by Michelle_Buonfiglio 10:38 AM
Heart wrenching part of the story is that the wife in question was my boyfriend's mom.
When the rosy Cold Duck goggles are donned, apparently lots of guests at nuptial banquets sure can look like just the thing - or just like sure things. That's only one of the reasons why weddings are such hot venues in which to grab something old in terms of friendly benefits, or maybe even borrow a little some-some new with a hot member of your best pal's wedding party.
If you haven't scored a wedding reception hook up, at least have the (delightful in)decency to cop to the fantasy, cause you know there's always a strapping groomsman -- or in the case of the hero and heroine of Karen S. Smith's vividly sensual and intensely arousing "Up to No Good " - a waiter or maid of honor or team of stag-party mates about to fill the bill.
Sexual arousal upon eye contact in church bodes only well for Kit and Emma when they meet at a mutual friend's marriage ceremony, and share private, sexually exciting moments over a lusty hymn, their vigorous duet outdone only by their mostly anonymous, hot, sweaty, up-against-a-tree number later that night.
Never expecting to see him again, Emma's floored when Kit crashes his way into another wedding she's attending after learning her name from friends. From there, it's off to the races as the two explore their mutual love of fast motorbikes and no-holds-barred libidinal satiation.
But Emma's never planned on the emotional commitment she's wanting with Kit, nor has she had a lover who's encouraged her to explore her rudest fantasies, which she'd thought were nicely raunchy, thanks very much.
Yet as she begins to trust Kit and allow him to see her fearlessness - and he finds for her more and more opportunities to act out fabulously bent scenarios with him and puh-len-ty of others -- she realizes the relationship's getting out of hand. What's a girl to do when she's got almost more willing hotties to make love to than she knows what to do with?
Well, to be honest, she knows exactly what she wants to do with them all, or at least has some thoughts on the matter. It's just that the idea of one boy hanging around through it all is giving her the sense that maybe he's up to no good - and that the explosive, yet terribly intimate eroticism they've been sharing may have to end for her heart's own good.
What do you love about wedding hook-up romances? What's your comfort zone w/ erotic romance pairings and why? Share some of your fave wedding hook-up romance novels (and your own stories, if you dare)!
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Message Edited by Michelle_Buonfiglio on 08-14-2009 10:44 AM