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♥ Excerpt ♥
By J.A. Huss
I take a deep breath.
“Grace?” he asks, a softer tone this time. His breath is heavier, like he’s relaxed. Like he’s jerking off, the cynical person inside me corrects. “I’m ready. I have my hand on my dick and you’re in front of me. What are you doing?”
I take another deep breath and then I swallow. Should I really do this?
“What’re you thinking?” he asks.
“I’m debating,” I tell him truthfully. “On whether or not I should cross this line with you.”
“So letting me fuck you in a tropical forest on Saint Thomas wasn’t crossing a line with me?”
“It was,” I interject. “But that’s different. That was a fantasy fling, this is reality. This is my life, Vaughn. I have a real life and those people on my Twitter feed are friends. You’re playing with my life. You’re…” I shake my head a little. I should not be having this conversation with him. I should not be letting him into my head at all. He’s a fun dream guy in the sex department, but as a real human being, Vaughn Asher is an asshole. I don’t want to go any further in this demented relationship and giving in to his demands right now would be a monumental mistake.
“I’m what?” he asks.
“You’re using me.”
“I’m not using you. I think we both had fun on the island. We can both have fun right now.”
“You’re forcing me to have phone sex with you.”
“I’m not forcing you—Grace, please. If you don’t want to, just hang up and I’ll never call you again. How’s that?”
“But if I do that, you won’t make things right, will you?”
“Oh,” he says with a chuckle. “I get it. You want me to force you. You want me to take away your decision in this matter, because you want to do it, you just want to go on pretending you don’t.”
I’m silent. Because he’s right. I want it both ways. I want the excitement of what he’s asking—what he’s offering. But I don’t want to take responsibility for choosing to allow him to treat me this way.
2014 © J.A. Huss