Welcome friends new and old. I’m going to give you a couple more posts from the story I’ve been sharing. The first draft is finished and I’m in full on edit mode. 🙂
In the Blind (working title), and you can see the past six posts from this WIP here. The Logline: When a head hunter finds her dream lover in a night of pitch black unrestrained passion, she fears she’ll never find him again. Fate steps in and throws the two together, but they might never discover the truth and stay in the blind.
Over the past few weeks we’ve seen Jane remove her clothes, leave her bad memories behind, and get her first kiss and then some at Club Blind. It’s the kind of place where they turn off all the lights, clothing is not an option, and they pair you up to… 😉 Rest assured, the club stands by the motto: safe, sane, and consensual. Last Week Jane grasped why so many love the thrills of Club Blind. Today I’ve skipped a good bit, but I’ll give you almost the final 8 from this scene. They’ve just received a two-minute warning. Someone will be coming to take Jane from her mystery man and escort her back to the locker room.
She knew she’d regret not saying anything and in this moment she needed him to know how he’d affected her.
Her hand reached up and caressed his cheek. “We aren’t supposed to exchange any information, and I’ll respect that, but I’d like to thank you for tonight. I needed this.”
He pulled her on top of him and they wrapped their arms around each other. This was nothing but a night of fantastic sex, not a moment to get choked up. His hold on her tightened, he held her with such strength, she couldn’t and didn’t want to pull away.
A new hand landed on her shoulder. “It’s time to go.”
Hope you enjoyed my eight today. Thank you so much for visiting me, it means a lot to me that you took the time to visit my little place on the web. Don’t forget to check out the other Weekend Warriors and Saturday Spankings too. I hope to see you again next Sunday.
Sweet moment interrupted! I love this steamy story, SJ. Can’t wait to read more about Club Blind.
Love this concept, “Club Blind” how unique and so intriguing…
Aw, love the passion in this snippet and the sweet sadness of the parting.
Such a fascinating concept for this story, can’t wait to find out how they reconnect. Excellent excerpt!
I guess they’ll find each other outside the club.
Interesting premise. Looking forward to read more.
I tried to write a story like this, with the darkness, but I couldn’t make it work for me. Looks good!
I’m glad you think so, Angelica. Because you’re going to be reading it in a few weeks 🙂
I love the idea of this book. Can’t wait to read it.
Tenderness found in the most unlikely place. This is a lovely moment!
Oh man, so unfair to be yanked away! Hope Jane finds her way back.
A beautiful moment of tenderness cut way to short. Really well done!
Love love love this. I cannot wait to get this book in my hands! So hurry up and finish it. 😉 Terrific snippet. I love his reaction. Very tender.
Oh, such sweet tender agony. I caught a typo (chocked should be choked), but I loved her courage in the face of the end. Nicely done, SJ. I’ll be looking for this one, definitely. 🙂
Yes indeedy, you sure did. Thanks, Siobhan. ((((hugs))) 🙂
Great snippet – a lovely personal few moments between them.
Another fab snippet!
Well now I’m all choked up! But can’t wait to see what you’ve got in store!
What’s the address of that place?
Is there an age limit? LOL
Awww, I love this unexpectedly tender moment, nice job!
Great premise, and I love the way you illustrate how the best laid plans don’t always work out. 😉
Love the emotion and the sweetness. Very nice scene and very touching. 🙂
Oh, man. That other hand has got to GO. Sweet, tender interlude (before the hand … grrr).
Thanks everyone. I so appreciate your comments. (((hugs)))
Just popped in late to catch up on the blind sexy story but I have to say, “You yada, yada’d over the best part.” LOL 😉
Ha! 😀 got to leave something yummy for you to read if it ever gets published. It’s good to see you here, Lila. Thanks for coming over.
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