We made it! My ninth and final release for 2010 was Star of Christmas, which just came out a few days before Christmas. It’s the second episode in the life of Star, a sex worker in Amsterdam. Just tonight I finished Can’t Buy Love, which I hope will be the third volume in the series. This book was another interesting one. It contains some electrophilia. You can check out pictures of some of the equipment featured in the book on the release day post for Star Of Christmas.
Remember to check back at midnight for winners from all of today’s posts. Thanks for ringing in the new year with me!
Available from Ellora’s Cave
Star has seen it all as a sex worker in Amsterdam. She harnesses her intense sexuality to bring her clients satisfaction—or whatever else they desire. When one of her favorites, Rick, makes an unusual proposition, she accepts the rare opportunity.
She finds herself onstage, the lead in a naughty Christmas pageant, indulging in electrophilia where anyone can witness her client-turned-costar give her a present she’ll never forget. The sparks between them grow into something more, forcing them to decide if they’re strong enough to seek more than simple pleasure together.
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An Excerpt From: STAR OF CHRISTMAS
Copyright © JAYNE RYLON, 2010
All Rights Reserved, Ellora’s Cave Publishing, Inc.
Through my window, snow is falling. Unique flakes dazzle me as they swarm and crash then disperse, earthbound, in the glow from my red light. Gorgeous and yet a pain in the ass—like so many things in life.
Let me count the ways.
Customers stay indoors to avoid the chill or romp through the rare weather, making for slow nights in Amsterdam’s infamous district. Unless you factor in the men who seek alternative methods to keep toasty and stranded passengers from Schipol taking advantage their airline delays.
Slut shoes plus treacherous icy cobblestones equal a terrifying combination. I’m not the sort of woman who wears rubbers to work—at least not the kind that protect my investment in my Louboutins—only to slip on sumptuous six-inch stilettos at the last instant. My pride rebels. The mystique generated by my stacked heels is part of who I am.
Which is why I cringe when Rick, a frequent customer, fills me in on the news.
“Damn it, Star.” He pants as his orgasm weakens him. My liquefied bones leave me unable to protest as he withdraws his softening cock from my pussy and crashes to the mattress in my booth’s loft. The hint of frustration in his tone has me squinting.
“You’re not satisfied?” A complaint would be a first for me. Not that whores have the equivalent to a corporate comment box system, but my popularity and the abundance of my repeat clients reassure me of my skill.
I sit up, crossing my legs, lifting his head to rest on my thigh as I play with his hair. Dozens of shared sessions with him have taught me I don’t have to hesitate to explore in the aftermath of our pleasure. I figure he craves the interaction. After all, he purchased a full hour tonight when he never requires more than a quarter of that to reach satisfaction in my body, usually dragging me along with him.
Something about his honest craving for me—not just an easy lay—affects me. The chemistry between us makes serving him a pleasure. Sure, he hires other girls in the district from time to time. Then again, I sometimes try a new ice cream flavor before indulging in Rocky Road for my standard Saturday night treat.
“No. I mean, yes. I’m satisfied. More than.”
I massage Rick’s scalp until he rewards me with his content relaxation. Before I can gloat to myself, he shakes his head, caressing me with his thick mane. When he tilts his face to meet my curious stare, his nostrils flare in response to the scent of the arousal he’s inspired.
He laughs. “I can’t think straight when I’m near you. What I meant is, I didn’t come here for this.”
“You didn’t?” What else would he seek from me? I’m providing his essentials.
Intimacy without responsibility.
“Not tonight.” He levers upright, granting me the opportunity to admire his toned torso as he rests his shoulders on the wall beside me.
A far cry from baby’s-butt smooth or steroid-strong. A natural ideal. Nice.
“Star, I have a proposition.”
Question: Did you make a resolution for 2011? What is it?
No I didn’t I don’t usually because the chances are greater to break them, I usual make mine in Feb. I’m joining weight watchers, quit smoking and start running again. Let’s hope I can do it. One at a time of course.
I’m going to do volunteer work. I also want to start making my bed every morning…I’ve been slacking off for awhile!
Happy New Year to All!!
I usually make goals for myself. Projects that I would like to finally get to, along with the usual ones like staying healthy, and this year’s goal of weaning a bit off my time online.
I did it’s to drink more water and get skinny for RT 2011!!! 🙂 I bought Zumba and did the first DVD today. It was just the one that shows you how to do the moves and I was sweating lol
By now I’ve realized that I never manage to stick to my resolutions, which is way too depressing, so my resolution each year is to not make any resolutions. So, do I succeed or not, you decide LOL
My only resolution is to finish the books I started writing. I think it would be a waste to finish NaNo and then do nothing with it. And my other book is more than half done as well.
Ok, I admit I always make resolutions but never follow through…so I will try to be good girl this year, well maybe not that good…lol
Yes, i try to make one every year last year it was to read 400 books by Jan. 5 and I’m almost there 🙂 This year its to clean out all my closets and garage n get organized!
Not so sure about the electrophilia. Sounds too painful.
I try not to make them because i never seem to follow thru. I guess if i had to make one i’d say get my house clean and organized and for once keep it that way lol
My resolution this year is to write more. To stop playing around on the internet so much. And to complete most of the 40490 stories half-finished on my hard drive!
I don’t make resolutions. There doesn’t seem to be any point in it.
I made several. Three major ones, though. First, get my health in check with the psoriasis and thyroid. Next I want to lose weight to stay healthy and finally I want to finish writing three books I started in 2010.
Happy New Year!
I’ve made a bazillion and hope to keep atleast 1! Among them……enjoy my family a lot because before you know it they grow up and leave home!
I haven’t really made any resoultions except I want to be more positive energy and positive people around me in the new year. so goodbye to all the negativity!
Happy New Year Everyone!
Oh I have a few, 1. Lose weight and get in to shape, 2. Get out of the house more (its hard with to small kids) 3. keep growing my hair out, 4.try and stay on top of the house work and 5. READ MORE…(husbands says I read to much as it is but….I love to read)! Happy NEW YEAR!
Mine is to simply have a better year than last.
yes i did and it was to graduate form school and then
get better grade thsi semeiter