Join me in the coming year!

Join me every other Sunday as I pick up hunks and share information on a large variety of topics. While everybody 'comes and comes again' we'll be starting and finishing together.

Friday, November 15, 2013

The holidays are here again

Another year coming to an end. The yearly sloughing off the coloful leaves. Another struggle with frigid temperatures and bills that won't stop. Even less money coming in than usual. The kids are understanding, maybe make pretty IOU's for under the tree. I'm thinking about building the tree out of things around here. Fingers crossed the electric company and my lanlord may have some holiday spirit.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013


Eyes meet,
Light and dark,
Stomach flutters,
Instant smile,
Can’t look away.
Lips meet,
Heart pounds,
Teeth bump,
Moist and fast,
Can’t breathe.
Souls meet,
Body cries,
Flesh collides,
Hard and soft,
Brain disconnects.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Back in the Saddle Again pt 2

Check out part One if you missed it the first time.

'I am in charge' I thought. With his arms bound, there wasn't much he could do. I slowly rolled onto my back and pushed myself between his thighs until I was just past his thick cock. From underneath his bobbing member was even more impressive.

Gulping I tore my gaze from the intimidating rod, following the trail of dark hair to his firm stomach and continuing to his pecs lightly specled with more hair. I finally reached his stubbled jaw and saw his full lips turned into a smirk.

"Changing the game a bit, mistress?" His blue eyes sparkled with mischief and something else.

My mouth suddenly felt dry and my womb clenched in anticipation. There was something in Pauls gaze that made my insides turn to mush. I couldn't start making this into more than it was. No matter how my heart stuttered. Something more was happening. Something I didn't understand. Blinking, I ignored that train of thought and wrapped my lips around his thick, salty goodness. Paul moaned as I slid his cock down my throat. The contrast of silk and steel rubbing the top and sides of my mouth. Sweet and salty flavor leaked onto my tongue. Closing my eyes I lifted my head to take him more fully into my mouth. "" Paul groaned. His hips moving of their own accord. His passion would be his undoing. As always

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Back in the Saddle Again

Hello, all! Sorry about the long sabbatical. But I have plenty of stories to heat your blood and comfort you on these long lonely nights. Of course, I had to sample them for...accuracy...yea that's it. ;)

Paul knew exactly how I liked to play. As the song goes "Save a horse, ride a cowboy". Well giddy up, partner. Paul and I have played these games before and he was ready for me just like always. You would never know from looking at him that he loved to be dominated, especially by a petite woman with a mean-streak. 
     I ran my hands over the smooth, tight globes of his ass. The muscles flexing under my palm, I pulled back my hand giving the bare skin a stinging slap. His body bucked before me and a well- formed pink hand print began to form on his perfect skin. It was impossible to restrain a smile.
   "What do you say, my stallion?" I asked. I knew what he wanted but he had to beg for it. Just thinking about what I was doing turned me on. This strong, gorgeous man at my mercy. Logically I knew he could overpower me at any time, even with his hands bound above his head, his back arched with his ass in the air. He still held all the power. I leaned forward laying a gentle kiss on the raised welt.
"Again, mistress." He growled. I reached around his body to his full erection and he moaned. He was all ready hard. I lightly ran my hand over the silky hardness to the smooth tip, leaking with pre-come. I gave him a firm squeeze, and he groaned. Leaning back I reached for the leather strap lying next to me.
Running my hand over the firm muscles of his thighs, feeling the curly hairs beneath. Moisture dripped down the inside of my thigh. Pulling back I stroked the soft strip across his bare ass. Just enough to let him know I had not forgotten him. Quickly I pulled my arm back, swinging the strap. The snap made me jump and Paul cursed in pleasure.
I ran one hand along the inside of his leg, while my other stroked the newest welt. I cupped the heavy sacs, relishing the feel of them, rolling them in my palm.
What if I changed the rules a bit? Maybe slide onto my back, scootch myself between his legs and take that long, thick rod between my lips? What would he do? We haven't ventured into that level of intimacy yet.

To Be Continued...

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Happy New Year!!!

Welcome to the year 2011. I hope you accomplished all you had hoped to last year. If not, it's a new year so we can all wipe the slate clean and start fresh.

First thing I want to start with is an interview with a wonderful author, Eliza March. Her erotic romances are provocative and funny, with HOT heroes and strong heroines.

Her newest release by Siren Publishing is called The Moon, The Madness and The Magic.

Why did you become a writer?

Eliza March- It became a compulsion.

Was it a dream of yours since you were younger or did the desire to write happen later in your life?

E.M.- No, it wasn't a dream. I was an avid reader, then one day I started imagining my own stories.

What do you love about being an author?

E.M.- The control over the story.

Is there anything you dislike?

E.M.- The business of writing.

How do you balance your personal and writing time?

E.M.- What personal time. Writing is personal. LOL

How do you write? Do your characters come to you first or the plot or the world of the story?

E.M.- The concept comes first, but I allow my characters to develop before I write the story. That way I don know what going to happen.

What genre(s) do you write?

E.M.- I am published in erotica, paranormal, fantasy and contemporary. I also write romantic suspense.

Why do you write the stories that you write?

E.M.- Sometimes they are an exercise, practice, a way of experimenting with words, ideas, and concepts. Mostly, I write for my own enjoyment.

Do you tend to base your characters on real people or are they totally from your imagination?

E.M.- I take traits from people I have read about, as well as people I've encountered, I guess. My characters aren't based on any particular people or characters I know, but a compilation of many.

Out of all the characters that you've written, who is your favorite and why?

E.M.- Ramon Delavega. I like his sexy, sense of humor, and I only just developing him, so I have all that new interest in him. He hot and teasing, seductive and mysterious. He going to have his own book as soon as I can bare to share.

What would you want readers to take away from your books?

E.M.- Escape and enjoy.

Do you have any advice for beginning writers in regards to writing a book?

E.M.- Join a writers group. Read and practice the craft.
If you could be anyone or anything that you wanted, who or what would you be?
Quentin Tarantino. I want to break all the rules.

Tell us about the latest release. Is it part of a series? Does it stand alone? What inspired you to write it?

E.M.- The Moon, The Madness, and The Magic is coming out this week. It was inspired as the second book in the Enchanted Mountain series by the location. I was in a strange mood when I started writing this book. I wanted to write in my characters voices and immerse the reader in the emotions of each. I hope I accomplished my goal. I e been working hard at improving each book as I go and happened to read he Fire In Fiction by Donald Maass as I edited and refined this story. I happy with the outcome.

What do you love about writing?

E.M.- I have a God complex.

Hate about it?

E.M.- Painting myself into a corner.

Do you have a guilty indulgence?

E.M.- Reading is my indulgence, but I pass it off as work research.

Something you do just for you.

E.M.- Sleep.

If you could spend a secluded weekend somewhere, where would you go and why?

E.M.- To St John Island, NS and stay on the beach. I've never been there.

Is there any character from one of your books who you would change places with?

E.M.- In my most recent book, The Moon, The Madness and The Magic, the heroine, Celeste is a shape-shifter, a fae succubus, and when she binds with her life mates (that would be two fantastic guys), she also acquires the ability to shift into a flying dragon and a Were wolf. I want to be her.

What authors do you enjoy reading? Who is on your bookcase/e-reader?

E.M.- Karen Marie Moning, JR Ward, Laurel K Hamilton, CL Wilson, Clive Cussler

Do you ever get up at 3 am just to write?

E.M.- Usually

Where can readers go on the net to find more on your books and anything else?

E.M.- they can read exceprts and finds to all my books.

Thank you, Eliza, so much for answering my questions.

There will be more from Eliza March's interview coming up as well as my review of her new release.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Christmas is Coming!

Hello all, sorry to be MIA the past few months, as you can see these hotties have been keeping me busy. *wink* I finally managed to sneak out of bed long enough to send this out to you.

I'm planning on making things more reliable and even more fun. I have more interviews, to share as well as some sexy original stories to warm you on these cold nights. Heck its even cold here in Central Florida. *shivering*

And don't forget eye candy galore! You know I can never ignore beautiful men. *wink*

So stay tuned in I promise it will be well worth your time. Enjoy your Holidays and stop by and leave comments. I love to hear from all of you.

Uh oh, I 've been discovered. Such light sleepers these sex gods are. *sighing halfhearted* I better go before they pull out the toys. *giggles*

Talk too you all soon. *kisses*

Love and Pixie Dust

Saturday, August 28, 2010

New Author Spotlight

Hello again, my friends.

Today I am introducing a new author, Kathy Lane, whose book Blood Sworn:Bound By Magic is being released by Wild Rose Press in September.

-Pixie- Why did you become a writer? Was it a dream of yours since you were younger or did the desire to write happen later in your life?

-Kathy Lane- I think I started out writing as a child because I wanted to remember my dreams. I used to have the most vivid, action-packed adventures when I slept. I didn’t want to forget them. My love of writing probably also extended from my love of reading. I read everything I could get my hands on as a child. I once got an award in Middle School for reading the most books in a year. I wrote a lot of poetry in High School. Even had some of it published in the yearbook my senior year. Still, writing was more or less a hobby until early 2006. That’s when I had the first chapter of a story critiqued by a published author at a conference and she actually pulled me out of the breakfast buffet line the next morning and begged for more. I thought, huh, maybe I can do this. Maybe I can really write a book somebody besides myself would want to read. Writing that book became my focus and well, three manuscripts later, here I am. My dream is coming true.

-Pixie- What do you love about being an author? Is there anything you dislike?

-K.L.- I like the idea of creating a world other people can slip into for a time. I’ve read books where I’ve thought, “Oh, wow, this author really put a lot of thought into creating this world. I want more, I want to know what happens to this character over here next.” I would love to get that kind of a response from a reader. I also enjoy having control of the story, being able to decide what comes next. What I don’t like is ‘writer’s block’. Yuck! I absolutely hate having to slog through a difficult part of the story. Luckily, there’s usually a really great scene on the other side to keep me going.

-Pixie- How do you balance your personal and writing time?

-K.L.- I’m single, dating sporadically, and my grown sons are out on their own. When I come home from work, my time is (very unequally) divided between housework, reading, and writing. When I started my first book back in 2006, I would find myself writing until 2 or 3am. Not so much anymore. I try to devote at least four hours a day to writing, but it doesn’t always happen. I try not to stress over it unless I’m on a deadline, like now. My editor is breathing down my neck for book two in the Bloodsworn series, so I’m working like a mad woman. My cat is thinking about going on strike because I don’t pay enough attention to him.

-Pixie- How do you write? Do your characters come to you first or the plot or the world of the story?

-K.L.- Hummm, characters and world, I think. In my first two books (which are un-published) the plot definitely came later. I didn’t even have an outline, much less a synopsis. Yes, I’m a pantser—someone who writes by the seat of her pants. Even Bloodsworn started out with a ‘what if’ and not a full plot. I’ve since learned the value of a good synopsis. It certainly helps when you’re trying to meet a deadline. You have to be flexible, though, and listen to your characters.

Check out part 2 at Cats Place For

Hugs and Pixie Dust!!