After years of writing for men’s sex magazines, I avoid writing graphic sex scenes. Penning porn fiction can burn the brain up. Such stories become boiler plate material. You find you can write it with your eyes shut while you’re thinking about what you should prepare for supper that night. Suffice it to say that I got to the point where I’d type INSERT SEX SCENE in my manuscripts (and still do) then come back and write them later.
Then one day the idea for Star-Kissed Chocolate came to me. When it was time to write the main sex scene, I let my hair down, lol. Why? I haven’t a clue, but the sex between Nova and Roman is scorching. A motorcycle is even featured in the lovemaking, so what does that tell you?
Something must have inspired me because the heat between these two characters leaps off the pages. Perhaps it’s the chemistry between them. Maybe it’s the fact I have so much fun writing SFR. Whatever it is, their lovemaking is hotter than any other scenes I’ve written in a long time.
This SFR novel has humor, mystery, intrigue and lava-hot sex. What more could you ask for?
Well, maybe a fire truck with hunky men standing by to cool you off. ☺
Investigate my new release, Star-Kissed Chocolate, on the home page of www.DecadentPublishing.com and be sure to read the excerpt, then leave a comment on this post with your email address. Commenters will be entered to win this sparkly, sugar plumb lipgloss and a glittery mini makeup/jewelry bag. Sorry, only U.S. addresses, please.
As a Lyran born and raised on Earth, Nova Staraway’s highly exotic appearance intimidates men. That is until Roman Carvanoff, the owner of Four Dimensions Financial Services, arrives to investigate an embezzlement scheme at Nova’s firm. He finds her attractive, but his strange mood swings and unpredictability has her thinking he’s simply a rich playboy.
However, after Nova’s pet dragon ruins her first night with Roman, she’s certain she’ll never see him again. He further confuses her with his continued on-again, off-again interest. But soon Nova discovers he may have a secret, one that has her second-guessing his intentions and could keep them apart forever.
F.L. Bicknell’s work has appeared in a wide range of genres and publications such as: Would That It Were, Touch, GC, and Ohio Writer Magazine as well as publications in Canada and Turkey. Under her now-retired pseudonym, Molly Diamond, she was a regular contributor to Gent and Ruthie’s Club and has had fiction published in Hustler’s Busty Beauties, Penthouse Variations, and Twenty 1 Lashes. Ms. Bicknell is the author of several e-book and print titles, also writing as Azura Ice, Amber Redd, Cutter Phoenix, and Kiyara Benoiti. She has served as co-editor and managing editor for three different publishing houses. She is represented by TriadaUS Literary Agency.
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