But does she need a girl? Does she have the same competitive fight that I carry? Does it get her off to see me fuck another woman? If so, I will bang away. Fuck this blonde when the woman I want is spread open before me, her fingers where my mouth or cock should be, her chest heaving with intensity that I am not causing.
My fear is that it is not for her. My fear is that she is doing this for me, thinking that this is something I need, I want. My fear is that she is hating this, and I am killing a piece of her sexual fire with every stroke into this stranger. I give one final thrust and pull out, squeezing her ass and gently rolling her aside, bending forward till my mouth is on Julia and I am tasting her sweet pussy. Her fingers move for my mouth, her body bucks up and I grab her, hold her down and use my tongue to tease the hell out of my future wife.
God, I love this woman.
- What made you choose swinging as a part of this theme? I haven’t seen any out there for mainstream erotica unless you specifically for it.
- What happened in Las Vegas? ARGH. Impressively, this trip is sure to evoke a visceral response from the tamest of people. How do you think Brad’s actions will contribute to the future relationship? How is it Julia has been so independent but when she hears of his actions was relatively dismissive? I think I was more surprised by her reactions that his actions.
- How did you come about the sexual evolution of Julia? For most of the first book, she is fervent in her beliefs that she only wants sex with emotion but by the end of it she appears to have done not only a 180 degree turn but is open to other men and women.
- Towards the end of the first installment, we see Julia and Brad get together to try and have some type of relationship. My question is how can she ever been secure in their connection when he has either blatantly lied or done so by omission? How can they trust one another and strengthen their bond? Or do they both believe this is temporary anyway?
- In Masked Innocence, Brad and Julia attend a party under the principle if she wants to leave they will, however once there he makes comments that he’s going to play and seems to disregard her sentiments all together. How is there not more dissension between the two at this point? Fortunately from the same party, Julia seems to exude more of an exhibitionist attribute all while sort of making me understand while people can be turned on from the inclination to share partners.
- Why is Brad sometimes…or most times…such a jerk? (That’s putting it mildly.) He’s definitely the man we love to hate and hate to love.
Thanks for taking the time to let me pick at your brain. I genuinely can’t wait to read more of your stuff in the future. Heck, The Dumont Diaries are already on the list.
Go here to see my review of End of the Innocence.