Good morning! Welcome to day 10 of my party. I'm happy to have my boss at NBP who's also an author herself! Shar calls her the online wifey. Isn't that cute? Here is Kharisma Rayne with a post about her latest book!
I’m finally okay with the jealousy. Really. Honest. It did take a while though.
Say it with me: “It is okay to be jealous of a character in your book.”
Who am I jealous of? Well, almost all of them…but mostly Adison from my books Knowing Thyne and Having Thyne.
A bit of background – Knowing Thyne was supposed to be a single short about a happily married couple trying something a little different for their anniversary. Adison manages to get all the fun because her husband, Thyne, is bi. When she finds out, she eventually decides that giving her husband another man was the best anniversary gift she could give him (well, that and her acceptance).
Having Thyne began to form about a week after the release of Knowing Thyne. Readers wanted more. Who am I to deny them? So, Thyne and Adison were off on another anniversary adventure. Could she top the first one?
So, now: Why am I jealous? Adison gets my biggest fantasy. Not only does she get it once, she gets it twice. She gets to watch two men, in person. Adison gets to jump right in and get some feeling and even some pegging. Would I enjoy the experience? I’m not certain. I do know I’d love watching the men and getting to do some touching/joining in.
The thought of two men, knowing exactly how to touch one another…getting to watch (with their permission). Is there anything hotter?
Anyone else pick up a book to read (or write it) and find their jealous of the main characters?
Having Thyne Blurb:
Another year has passed and Adison has planned an anniversary treat for Thyne that she hopes will surpass the last one. But in pushing her boundaries to outdo herself, wills he push the limits of Thyne's bounds?
Adison watched Thyne for some kind of reaction. No matter what she thought she might see, it wasn’t there. He simply sat waiting for her to continue speaking.
Reaching into her bag, she pulled out the strap on she had brought with her last year. They’d never used it.
“Remember this, Thyne? And how I asked if you’d let me use it on you?”
He gave a slight nod.
“Well, you never did and you never brought it back up. Does that mean no?”
“Adison, I don’t know. I mean, how you would you feel about me after. You know? If I let you? Would you still see me as the man you think I am when you cuddle in my arms at night? When whatever fear you have, I push out of your mind?”
Holding back a laugh, she knew would be rude under the circumstance; she fought for a logical answer. “Thyne, no matter what we do, you’re the man. You have a real cock, I have this plastic toy. It doesn’t make me bigger than you and it doesn’t make me stronger than you. It definitely doesn’t make me feel any differently about you. A lot of girls do what’s referred to as pegging. Evidently, even for men who aren’t bi, the prostrate play allows them to reach a better orgasm.”
“You’ve done your homework it would seem.” Thyne stared at her, disbelief sparking in his eyes.
“What’s your answer baby?”
Thyne locked his gaze with hers and tugged off his shirt. Stepping out of his shoes, he unfastened his jeans and let them fall to the floor.
Adison's gaze followed a path down his body, taking in the play of tight skin over strong muscle. Her tongue glided over her lower lip when her gaze landed on his erection pushing through his underwear. "Take those off too?"
“I was getting to that.” Thyne assured her. Then motioning to the strap on she still held in her hand asked, “You think you know how to use that?”
Adison smiled as she looked at the fake cock in her hand. “I really thought about it when I bought this last year. I mean, not too thick, but not pencil thin. I would imagine you wouldn’t like it if it were too long either, but too short isn’t wonderful either. In the end, and after about two hours in the adult shop, I decided on this one. Its girth is an inch and a half and it’s seven inches long. How do you think that will work?”
***Kharisma is giving away a copy of her book to a lucky commenter!