How does it make you feel? Often, I find myself closing my eyes and putting myself in the place of the people I write about. If I can feel what they’re feeling, perhaps it is possible to share that emotion with my readers.
“She ran water in the shower until steam filled the room. Within minutes, she was stripped down and stepping under the spray. Letting the hot water stream over her, she soaped up her body and washed her hair. Just then, a delightfully wicked thought popped into her head. The only thing that would make this better would be if Connor was here enjoying this warm, soft spray with me.
Her soapy hands slid across her hips, and she hummed softly. Connor’s face appeared in her mind as her hands moved slowly up her body until they found her breasts. She closed her eyes and leaned her head back under the warm water. Her nipples were firm, and she rolled the hardened tips between her fingers, imagining it was Connor’s hands instead of her own—softly caressing her sensitive skin. A tingle started between her legs, and she heard herself moan quietly.”
This is a very brief excerpt from my next book, Should I Stay or Should I Go ~ Connor & Gina, The Adlers Book 4. Do you feel what Gina is feeling?
If you like reading about good, but not perfect people – along with sizzling scenes like this, you may enjoy getting to know the Adler family.