Q) Is your book part of a series? If so, can you tell us about it?
This is book 2 in my Sugar and Sin series. This book is a continuation of four life-long friends. One of the friends dies suddenly, yet the other three continue a strong friendship that turns into a great three-way love affair. As with most small towns, bias toward this kind of relationship is very strong and this duo goes into the trials and tribulations of that very thing. Of course, it all ends up with a lovely happy ending, yet it took nearly two decades to get there.
Q) What made this story special to you?
This story was very special to me. The small town I speak of, along with all four main characters, the park, and the museum, are all true to life characters and places from my past. The town name is obviously changed, neither of the male heroes are bisexual, and the one that dies in book one is well and alive and doing great in life. I wrote this series based on an true experience in a park that happened with me and three of my closest friends. Of course, all the sex, etc., is total fiction, but a lot of the happenings in the book are taken from true experiences in my childhood.
Q) Do you write in a linear fashion or do you jump from scene to scene and then go back and “fill in the blanks”?
Unfortunately, I jump from scene to scene and then go back and fill in the blanks. I’ve tried the whole “outline” way of writing and for me, it just doesn’t work. I wish it did. I basically come up with an idea and just sit down and start writing and see where it takes me. I have five stories I started that way and have never finished. Maybe one day I will.
Q) What are your upcoming projects?
Right now, I’m playing around with a “Dexter meets erotic romance” kind of story. It’s a little different from anything I’ve read lately, which is what I’m aiming for. Hopefully, I’ll figure out exactly which direction it needs to go and type ‘The End’ sometime in the next couple of months.
Michael Bassey Johnson once said, “People will walk in and walk out of your life, but the one whose footstep made a long-lasting impression is the one you should never allow to walk out.”
When my dad told me we were moving to a little shit hole of a town called Springhill, Texas, my first day at school was filled with nothing but anger in my head and a huge chip on my shoulder. I never realized that one move would change my life. Never contemplated returning some nineteen years later torn between what was most important—a daughter—and the man and woman who still ached for me just as deeply as they did one another.
But someone is stalking the woman I love, the mother of my daughter. Her museum has been burned to the ground, her Jeep vandalized, and confidential suggestive photos sent to her family.
Secrets will be exposed.
Truths will be unveiled.
Lives will forever be changed.
Will these revelations bring us closer … or will one person from our past ruin everything and destroy our chances at forever?
Keith doesn’t speak another word for a few hellish seconds and neither do it. Maybe this is it. Maybe this is really the end. Fuck, maybe it’s best.
With the vein in his forehead popping and my insides a sea of nerves, he finally breaks the agonizing silence. “Just how badly do you need me? Enough to stand by and watch me suck the cum, your cum, from my wife’s pussy? Enough to watch her ride my cock until she screams my name? Or fuck her ass until I’ve fucked every last drop of you out of her? Let’s hear it. Just how bad do you really want me … boy?”
Consumed and mesmerized by the exquisiteness of his influence, when his heavy gaze slides down my body, I can’t help myself. I walk his way, driven and unfaltering, and take the empty glass from his hand. Then I pull his body from the sofa and against mine. I push my lips to his. I stroke deep, tasting mint, scotch, male, and a hint of the woman we both love, and relish in a kiss filled with endless years of undying love and dedication shared between two men that hasn’t subsided in close to twenty years.
My cock swells. My body is dying for his touch, aching for his control. I’m so fucking desperate and hungry that I’m borderline miserable. I press closer and sway into him with an insatiable raw urgency to take anything he offers. Any way he needs. Anywhere he wants.
His hands tear through my hair and a growl rises up his throat. This kiss isn’t filled with passion. Nor is it a kiss of affection. This is a building storm. It’s power and rage. It’s discipline.
It’s a man kissing away every last trace of his wife’s honeyed essence.
Before I think twice, I drop to the ground and kiss the toe of his boot, then look up at him helplessly. I stay completely still for a few seconds with my heart thundering through my chest. “Please, Keith,” I say without the slightest qualm. “Tonight is about you. Let me be your boy and you my master. Please.”
When I expect him to tug his zipper down, force my head forward where he can ram his erect cock down my throat with no compassion, no mercy or tenderness, and fuck into my mouth until I’m choking on his release, he does none of those things.
“Stand up, boy,” he commands with his eyes black as a starless night, his jaw tweaking, and his cock deliciously erect. “Tonight is going to be you naked, motionless, silent, as you watch me suck on my wife’s pussy until every remnant of you is gone. Then, you’re going to watch her ride my cock perhaps with a nice medium-sized plug in her ass, until she screams and pleads with me to let her come. You still want it, boy? If not, you know where the front door is.”
About the Author:
Lacee Hightower is an American writer and romance novelist, referring to her style as dark, contemporary romance with a nice big pinch of kink. Living in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, she describes herself as a foodie that can’t cook, a large lover of fashion and shoes, and an enormous hopeless romantic. Since she was old enough to know what the word meant, she loved the whole concept of romance and happy endings. Even though she has always enjoyed writing, life got in the way and she never really thought of pursuing it seriously until she decided to write her first book after both her children were grown in 2017. Now with a nice glass of wine in hand, or not, she is learning to love bringing the characters in her head to life on paper for those who enjoy peeking into another world.
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