Welcome to Pimp My Book. Today, we have Lace Daltyn. Her newest release, Forever Men, came out on July 14, 2012. She’s come here to give you a little insight on the novel. Enjoy!
featuring Forever Men
Hi, Kastil and everyone. Thanks so much for letting me visit. And mega-congratulations on both your recent releases, The Heat of His Kiss and Talbot’s Play. You are on fire! Forever Men is my first foray into erotic stories. Well, not my first. After all, I read a lot. While I’ve written stories filled with romance and Happily Ever Afters, I wanted to tap into fulfilling fantasies and there’s no better genre for that than erotic tales. My newest novella, Forever Men, does exactly that. Infused with emotion and sizzling with sex, it shows that relationships, and love, should have no boundaries or definitions.
BLURB: Walls crumble when you build a forever love.
As a couple, the deep, sensual connection between Desi and Alec is imaginative and limitless, even though Desi’s fear that love is transient keeps her from telling her man how she feels. Fun-loving Alec, who lost his parents in a tragic accident, has found that kind of forever love again. He’ll do whatever it takes to keep it, including giving Desi the one thing he lacks—a partner with a serious side.
With their fledgling construction company headed for the skids if they don’t finish the job on time, Desi and Alec are frantic to catch up. Enter Alec’s friend, Matt, a man haunted by the “dull and unimaginative” label his ex-fiancé pinned on him.
Working side by side, a thirst grows that seems unquenchable and each must come to terms with old hurts in order to consider possibilities never before imagined.
EXCERPT: Desi tugged at Alec’s chest hair, laughing. “Okay, so maybe I did need a break.”
Alec reached up and pinched a taut nipple between his fingers. “Anytime you need help relaxing, babe, I’m your man.” He looked at his watch. “You might want to get dressed, though. I found us some help. He should be here soon.”
She yelped. “Soon?” Desi jumped up, grabbed for her clothes and headed for the most secluded part of the second floor.
“Why didn’t you tell me someone was coming?”
“I figured we had enough time.” He grinned. “Looks like we did.”
Alec pulled his jeans on and walked over to lean against the framework. He saw the truck tucked back almost out of sight and grinned. With a wave of his arm, he motioned Matt in.
While Desi pulled herself together, he went downstairs to greet him. Seeing the bulge in his friend’s jeans, Alec’s grin widened.
“See anything interesting?” he said, slapping Matt on the back.
“Shit, man. Couldn’t you have gotten a room?”
“Hey, there are two floors of them, right here.”
“A room with walls, man. Walls!”
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