Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Everyday Dirtiness

By Emily Cale

As an erotic romance writer, I’m often finding hilarious things among ordinary language. It’s not that I mean to say dirty things (why are you laughing?), but they just slip out. This past week has been especially bad for two reasons. First, I’m still in India and there are some cultural differences in language that leave me pee-my-pants laughing. Second, I am without coffee and do not have the restraint necessary to refrain from saying such things. So, without further ado, my list of things I actually said this past week.      
  1.   I love my pussy
  2.  So, I should just ask people if they have talking balls?
  3. You seem stressed. I hope you get off on Saturday
  4.  I’m not naked, am I?
  5. Shit, I forgot the lubricant
  6. We can do it as a three-way             

Those are just the ones I caught. Lucky for me, people here seem not to notice. The hard part is restraining myself when I pick up on it. Made any slips of the tongue lately (intentional or otherwise)?

Oh, and speaking of three-ways (did you like that transition?), I have one. Or rather my characters do.

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Power Play (Hat Trick Trilogy Book 2)
Natalie Fritz didn't need a night of sexual adventure as payment for setting her friend up, but she wouldn't turn it down either. Determined to make sure she gets exactly what she wants, she contacts Madame Eve and requests not one, but two dates for the evening. What she doesn't expect is for those men to be players on her friend's hockey team.

Ian and Todd find that sharing women provides all parties with more pleasure. Finding someone who buys into their theory is a little harder. So they turn to Madame Eve's 1 Night Stand service to locate a partner. When they meet Natalie, they discover a gorgeous woman who turns them on physically and intellectually.

Most relationships are meant to be between two people, but what happens when it takes three to make the night worthwhile? Can they take a leap of faith or will their time be limited to one night?

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Barbara Elsborg said...

I'm always coming out with something that can be taken the wrong way. Luckily only husband and I usually notice. But we've creased up laughing sometimes and people must think we're crazy.
Story sounds great, Emily. What's not to love about hockey players!!

Beckey said...

Luckily I have a few friends and my family that I can speak freely with and I can say something and they can take it the wrong way which leads us to laugh.. Yes there is some that think we are nuts but hey whatever is my thinking...

Here's one for you, my sister (she's married and has read 50shades)asked for a hard plastic cutting board with a handle for Christmas(I gave her a set as wedding gift back in May) ..
My reply was for what to chase your husband around the house with it or for him to paddle you with it...

Power Play is on my TBR list, seems like it'll be a great story ...