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Play It Safe

Smut By the Sea Vol. 3

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Play It Safe

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This collection of five tantalising teasers will prove that safe sex needn’t be boring

Escort – Erin Pim
A professional escort takes a client for the very first time. Fresh off the orientation for her new job, she’s trained, and ready for the encounter. But, she’s heard stories. Will he be a good client, or a bad one?

Grammar Connection – Scarlett Knight
After enduring a sleepless night of anxiety, young English teacher Teresa waits at the library for her slightly older, non-traditional student Jesse. This being their last day of summer tutoring sessions, she frets over whether or not to tell him her secret: she’s falling for him and wants to see him again. But when he arrives, she begins to notice hints that his feelings might reciprocate her own. Following her heart, she takes a chance, and Jesse surprises her by revealing his own fiery desire. Their connection sparks an intense lust, which they cannot wait to satisfy.

Supermarket – Roxanna Cross
A young woman enters a supermarket and she’s beside herself when one of her weider fetishes kicks in. Unbeknowst to her she has a secret admirer who needs to take matter in his own hands. To so, he must lead her behind the red door.

Sex on the Beach – Vivian Gwynn
Jeanine’s never been one to take chances. She always makes the practical choice, does the safe thing–and she hates it. When she books a frivolous trip to Greece, that’s all supposed to change. She can almost taste the strange, exciting food and feel the warm sunlight of Greece’s famous topless beaches. Until a freak snowstorm traps her in an airport in Chicago, endangering all her plans. But then she meets Scott, a young nudist trapped by the snow, and Jeanine finds out that you can always take a chance–even in a family restroom in a crowded airport.

Married Without Children – Megan Morgan
Being married usually means the end of condoms–for husband Jared and wife Sarah, when a medical issue forces them to use another means of protection for a while, they’re willing to make things work. Sarah gives her husband a naughty, encouraging surprise to ease the blues of strapping up again. Jared quickly finds doing it the way they did in their dating days again isn’t so bad after all.

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Excerpt from Married Without Children:

“I take it you want to use what I picked up at the store.” He placed his hand on the firm swell of her ass.

She looked over her shoulder with a saucy smile as she turned on the water. “Definitely. You think I’m gonna go a month without sex?”

Sarah had changed her birth control recently. The stuff she was taking before made her sick and caused other weird symptoms, so her doctor switched her prescription. The doctor warned her for the first month they should use another method of protection, or they might unexpectedly become parents.

He tucked his hand into the gap of her thighs and pressed his palm against the humid spot between them. “I don’t want to wait a month either.”

She finished washing her hands and reached for a towel. “I should have told you to get two boxes. We’ll use them up fast.”

He laughed. “I got the biggest box they had. It’s huge.”

Sarah turned around, wedging herself between him and the counter. She started undoing his jeans–he was bulging them out already.

“I know what else is huge.” She tugged the zipper down.

She pushed her hand into his open jeans and palmed his growing erection through his underwear. He grunted and pushed
into her palm.

“This was all a ploy to get me to use the condoms?” He slid a hand inside her sweater. “This fancy little outfit?”

“I thought you might like a surprise. I know wearing a condom sucks. I wanted to motivate you. Much better than doing chores all weekend, isn’t it?”

“So much better.”

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Smut By the Sea Vol. 3

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Light hearted, sexy fun by the sea is the theme of this erotic anthology, edited by Victoria Blisse and Lucy Felthouse.

From exotic locales such as Croatia and Australia to the coastal caves of England, Smut by the Sea Volume 3 has it all. Whatever your interpretation of naughty seaside fun, there’s something nestling between the covers for you. Kinky role play, gorgeous artists, bobbing boats, sexy cougars, hunky hermits and more abound in this exciting collection of stories from erotica’s finest authors.

Includes my story What the Doctor Ordered:

After her divorce, April Winegarden relocates to Daytona Beach to start her life anew. The surf and sand are revitalizing for a woman in her forties trying to start again. The sun is hot, but even hotter is Hunter Zhào, the sexy twenty-something Chinese American college boy who works as a busser at her favorite seaside restaurant. The two strike up a friendship, with April trying to suppress her naughty fantasies about a boy young enough to be her son, until Hunter invites her to a party and they get to know each other even better. April gets her groove back when she takes him home with her that night–and finds out an old dog still has the best tricks.

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Excerpt:

A spacious, pink-tiled patio of a swanky bar, looking out on the Atlantic Ocean, on a bright, breezy, beautiful July day – just what the doctor ordered.

In April Winegarden’s case, the doctor was her therapist, who said a fresh start in a new place was the perfect remedy for putting a messy divorce after twenty-three years of marriage behind her. The truth set her free, literally and figuratively. She sold the house – too many memories she didn’t want – transferred within the marketing company she worked for, and now, a year later, every day was sun and sand and the ocean breeze. She didn’t even care about what’s-his-name and his young, hot new girlfriend. Instead, she was busy enjoying her beach house, jogging along the ocean’s edge at sunrise, and hanging out with her tan, happy, fun new friends.

Also, she loved visiting her favourite seaside bar and restaurant in Daytona Beach, The Paradise Grill. Often she met her friends there for happy hour, and took clients there for dinner. Today she got out of work early and decided to head there to lounge for a bit and read a book on the patio, with a glass of white wine, before the evening crowd showed up. She enjoyed the ambiance, the open air, the view, the drinks, the food…and certain members of the staff.

“Hey, Miss Winegarden, you’re here early today.”

April looked up from her book. She sat in the corner of the patio, sun hat on, wearing her favourite pink, knee-length, strapless sundress. The colour made her tan look nicer. The dress and hat were teamed with her new open-toed sandals, to show off her matching pink pedicure. She stopped by home after leaving work and changed her clothes, pretending she wasn’t trying to dress sexy on purpose.

“Got out early today,” she said to the bus boy, a few tables away clearing up dishes. “I thought it was too nice a day not to enjoy it. And stop calling me Miss Winegarden, Hunter. I told you we’re friends now.”

“Sorry, April.” He flashed her a wide, brilliant smile. “Lucky you! At least I get to work outside.”

Hunter Zhào started working there about six months prior – at least she assumed, because she hadn’t seen him before that, and she definitely would have noticed him. He was a gorgeous young man, with thick, jet-black hair, cut in a stylish fringe across his forehead, dark eyes, and a smile brighter than the summer sun. He also had a lean, sinewy and sexy body, like so many young men on the beach. April had only ever seen him in jeans and a t-shirt with his long white apron over the top, but she could imagine what he looked like when he wasn’t working.

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Five hot tales of mile high sex plus a bonus story in which the plane might be grounded but the passion certainly isn’t!

Pen Pals by Erin Pim
A woman struggles with monogamy in a job that constantly keeps her away from her boyfriend. At the peak of her loneliness, she receives his permission to engage in a cyber pen pal relationship while she’s away with work. Her mood is so much improved, that her boyfriend encourages her to sleep with her pen pal, if the opportunity arises. The cyber sweethearts’ first meeting ensues when they coincidentally end up on the same flight.

Coffee, Tea or Him by Megan Hussey
As a veteran pilot, Capt. Stella Marin finds nothing more thrilling than the experience of flight; that is until she meets Joshua Pike, a gorgeous young flight attendant who stops at nothing to entice and seduce her. Soon the two are enjoying an affair that flies them to new heights of ecstasy.

The Jet Set Life by Megan Morgan
The rockstar life can be such a drag-especially when your job is to take care of one who needs a babysitter at all times. The only thing that makes personal assistant Mikael Dandridge eager to fly all over the country is Sasha Blake, the sexy flight attendant on his rockstar employer’s private jet. Sasha has a passion for service, but also for being served. Mikael gives her some first class treatment and gets to be the one indulging in decadence for a change.

Straight Up by H.L. Lola
Nick took a chance asking for her name and it paid off.
Mia took a chance losing her inhibitions and she got off.
After two strangers part from a night of passion on a tropical vacation, they thought the fun in the sun was over.
High above the ground, but seated apart, Nick and Mia would find a way to join the each other again for some action in the sky.

*Bonus*
The Metre High Club by Anna Sky
A 1940s re-enactment event was far more interesting than Katie thought it was going to be. Originally joining her boyfriend Jack to keep him company, she discovered Lindy-hop, lemonade and low-level aircraft activities.

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Excerpt from The Jet Set Life:

One unchanging factor in Mikael Dandridge’s ten years working in the entertainment industry was rich celebrities spending their money in the most ludicrous ways possible. Certainly, they would drop a few hundred thousand dollars on charity now and then, but only so they didn’t get criticized for spending an equal amount on something unnecessary and asinine later.

This was why Mikael had to accompany his employer on no less than three cross-country flights over Labor Day weekend, so the man could attend three parties on opposite coasts. Mikael had landed in the position of personal assistant to an incredibly well-known, outrageously admired, overindulgent party-loving musician, the kind of man so famous they had to check him in everywhere under a fake name–including rehab, once. He was also the kind of man who had so much money he held no qualms about going to parties in New York, Los Angeles, and Atlanta in three days, merely to be ‘seen.’

The only reason Mikael didn’t pretend he had other plans and hand him off to one of his other assistants was Sasha Blake, Rockstar Airlines sexiest and most capable flight attendant.

Of course, it wasn’t called ‘Rockstar Airlines,’ that was what Mikael called it under his breath. The whole of the airline consisted of several private jets owned by his employer. The man had a legion of helpers: people to take care of his bank accounts, clean his houses, walk his dogs, read his fan mail, and for Mikael, organize his schedule. Sasha had worked on Mr. Rockstar’s planes for the past three years or so, having made the transition from commercial flight attendant.

Tonight, she was as efficient, friendly, and eye-catching as ever.

“Hot towel, sir?” she asked, bending down to his seat–so he could see right down her white blouse, the top few buttons undone. She had a blood-red lace bra on.

For a moment he couldn’t speak. He blamed his distraction not just on the bra, but on Sasha having such wild, dark, touchable curls and deceptively vulnerable big brown eyes, never mind her exquisitely delicate jaw and pale cupid’s-bow lips. Although, these latter things were more the fault of her parents, he supposed.

“I don’t even know what the hell you use a hot towel for,” Mikael said. “Is it really something people look forward to?”

She stood upright, smirking, and sashayed past his seat, her hips swinging out an invitation he wouldn’t long be able to resist.

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