Sunday, 27 April 2014

New Release! - Alien Probed - Special agents get probed so no one else has to

I'm excited to announce the release of the first story in my Sex Ambassador Section series. The agents in SAS volunteered to be alien experiment subjects. Governments of the world, tired of having their citizens abducted by aliens and experimented on, created the Sex Ambassador Section. The agents live out in the open while everyone else lives under a protective shield. Their mission: be abducted by aliens and experimented on.

In the first book Jocelyne and her team finally get abducted. They're the last North American team to be taken up into the spaceship. Eager for the sexual torture and ongoing orgasms, Jocelyne is thrilled when their truck finally gets sucked up into a ship. When she wakes up tied to a metal table, unable to move, she second guesses her enlistment. Until the pleasure comes. And comes. And comes.

Alien Probed Blurb:

Three friends enlist in the government's Sex Ambassador Section, an arm of the government that sends agents out to be abducted and experimented on by aliens. SAS agents think they know what they're in for, they've heard the alien abductee stories for years. They're eager for the sex experiments to begin. But when Jocelyne and her team are finally taken, it's not at all what she imagined.

It's better.

Available on Amazon | Barnes and Noble

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Is flirting cheating?

If you look up flirt in the dictionary you'll find a definition something like "to behave amorously without serious intent.

Based on that definition is flirting with other people, when you are in a committed relationship, cheating? I've seen this question on Facebook and it got lots of comments, a lot of them heated, from the people who believe flirting is definitely cheating. But let's look at the definition of cheating: "to be sexually unfaithful". And what about unfaithful? "Not adhering to vows, allegiance or duty, not faithful to marriage vows".

Based on definitions alone and if the flirting stays in the behaving amorously without serious intent I would say flirting is not cheating. As long as it stays in the words, body language and gestures camp. Once it gets physical - actual sexual contact - it is no longer flirting. But I think it also depends on the rules of the relationship. If you both agree what's acceptable and what isn't and you both adhere to those rules of the relationship there should be no jealousy. My husband and I are both flirts. And we're both okay with the other one flirting. As long as that's as far as it goes. Even though I write cheating erotica doesn't mean I condone it.

I think flirting is fun and can be good for a healthy relationship. My husband still tells me I'm sexy and that he loves me. But it's nice to flirt with other people and have them flirt back. It makes me feel attractive and desirable to others. That boosts my confidence and makes me more amorous at home. :)

What do you think? Is flirting good? Bad?