Saturday, April 23, 2011

Welcome Guest Blogger Téa Trelawny

Hi, Guys, and Happy Saturday! I am so pleased to welcome my good friend and critique partner, Téa Trelawny to Killer Fiction today. Téa, take it away!


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Many of you may not realize that my friend and Killer Fiction member Christie Craig is a world-class photographer in addition to being a great writer. But I’m sure that none of her photography subjects have ever asked her to do a boudoir portrait for them. You know the kind of portrait I’m talking about: skimpy clothes, sexy setting, and a photograph that is meant for only one other pair of eyes. Are you daring enough to have one of these photo sessions?

The heroine of my latest story finds the courage. Julie Monroe is determined to seduce Jason Redner, the photographer who’s been taking pictures out at her country inn for a marketing brochure. But all of her previous attempts to establish a personal relationship have failed, so she decides to tackle him on his own ground: his photography studio.

Arriving at his studio one autumn night wearing nothing but a skimpy teddy under her trench coat, she asks the sexy photographer for a ‘special’ portrait session. Then she proceeds to seduce him through the lens of his camera. Jason resists at first, believing she wants the photo for another male friend. When he realizes what she really intends, the seduction turns super steamy on both sides of the camera. The result is an intimate photography session that really rocks.

Because this is an erotic romance, I can only give you a little taste here of what you’ll find in ‘Exposure’. Come on over to Amazon.com to discover all the details of what could happen in such an intimate photography session…if you dare.


She tried to follow his directions, but the pose felt awkward and she couldn’t figure out exactly what he wanted her to do with her hands. After a moment, he sighed and stepped from behind the camera. As he approached her, her pulse quickened. Then he gripped her shoulders and turned her so that the middle of her back was against the bedpost. The wood felt cool against her skin where it was bare above the teddy…or maybe it was because of the heat inside her.

But his hands—on her bare shoulders his hands certainly didn’t feel cool. Hot, actually, and a little damp, as if his hands were sweating. Surely that was an encouraging sign.

Sliding his hands down her arms, he caught her wrists and positioned her hands behind her back. The pose had her thrusting her breasts forward just enough to graze the front of his shirt.

“There,” he said, backing off quickly. Returning to the camera, he peered through the viewfinder. A moment passed. “Very nice,” he said, his voice cracking slightly on the last word. He coughed awkwardly and snapped a couple of shots.

“Oh, no,” Julie said, encouraged by his apparent discomfort. “This isn’t nearly sexy enough.”

He raised his head to look at her over the camera. “How sexy do you want it?”

“I want it to look so sexy that my man can’t help but get hard when he looks at the picture.”

Jason went very still, and Julie felt his gaze boring into her. She had never spoken to a man like this before and she found that she liked it.


‘Exposure’ by Téa Trelawny is available now in ebook for the Kindle at http://tinyurl.com/3s78zxz . If you don’t have a Kindle, don’t worry. You can download a free Kindle reading app for your PC, MAC or iPad at http://tinyurl.com/dknjwn —just click a few keys and you’ll be reading in under a minute.

And keep up with me at www.teatrelawny.com or on Facebook, MySpace…all the usual places! Happy reading, everyone!

6 comments:

Faye Hughes said...

Hi, Tea,

I'm looking forward to reading Exposure. Hope you sell a ton of copies!

Faye

Teri Thackston said...

Thanks,Faye. It's one of my sexier stories...made me blush to write it!

TessStJohn said...

Hot, hot, hot!!!!

Teri Thackston said...

Thanks, Tess!

Ciara Gold said...

Woe, that's a hot excerpt. Sounds like another great book from Tea. I've read several of yours, Teri and have enjoyed them all. Will have to get this one now. LOL.

Teri Thackston said...

Thanks, Ciara...I enjoyed writing this one in spite of all the blushing I did. :)