Friday, April 24, 2015

10 Advantages of Having a Box Seat

by Jessica E. Subject

In my 1Night Stand story, SUDDEN BREAKAWAY, Madame Eve arranges for Paige and Jared to spend their date at a hockey game. But, they are lucky enough to have their own private booth. Here are some advantages of having their date there instead of in the regular seats...

10. Parking passes are included. You don’t have to worry about driving around to find a place to park, or worrying about your vehicle while you’re at the game.
9. You get to go in your own entrance and don’t have to worry about standing in line to get in.
8. The seats are more comfortable.
7. You have your own bathroom.
6. Your view of the game isn’t blocked.
5. You can bring your own food or at least have more room to eat.
4. If  your legs get cramped, you can get up and move around without upsetting anyone.
3. If your team is losing, you can watch something else.
2. You can wear whatever jersey you want and not have to worry about sitting with fans from the other team.
1. You can get intimate with your date without having to worry about getting caught on camera.

Here’s an excerpt:
He reached around her back for the zipper of her dress. Time to get it off.
The zip of the teeth letting go was overshadowed by her soft sighs as he kissed his way down her neck. He dipped his hands under the straps to slide the outfit down. Without a bra, her breasts spilled over the seam of her dress. How he’d longed to touch them, lick them, like he wanted to do to every inch of her body. She arched her back, launching her creamy mounds even closer to his face. His. All his, at least for today.
Cupping both breasts, he licked one of her pebbled tips.
She cried out, throwing her head back. “Oh, Jared. Do you know how long it’s been?”
As long as it had been for him? After leaving the Marine Corps, he’d spent all his time focused on getting custody of his niece and nephew, ignoring his sexual urges, relying on his fist. How many women wanted a guy with young ones attached? But would he want a female role model for them someday? Didn’t matter. He had Paige’s tit in his mouth and a hard-on that could break wood.
She twisted away from him. “Did you hear that?”
Fuck. “No. We’re at a hockey game. It could be anything.” He’d go mad if she stopped at every sound.
“I swear I heard someone at the door.” She yanked up the straps and tucked her boobs back into the material.
No, no, no.
And then he heard it, too. The snap of the lock disengaging before the door opened. Shit.
He spun Paige around, hoping she looked presentable, and zipped her dress up. In front of him, she could hide the bulge in his pants. Yet he made sure she felt it pressing into the crack of her firm ass cheeks. Glancing over her shoulder, he clenched his fists as her cleavage heaved, resisting the urge to take them in his hands again.
The woman who’d escorted him up to the suite peeked in. “I have your lunches.”

Sudden Breakaway
a 1Night Stand story
By Jessica E. Subject
Erotic Sci-Fi/Military Romance
ISBN: 978-1613333730

Dressed in her black designer suit, Paige Brown recruits men and women for the Space Service. After the end of her marriage, and several failed recruiting missions, she yearns to find a way out of her lifelong contract to live a normal life. To find love again.
Jared Barnes’s life had been flipped upside down by two little kids. When his former Commander’s wife shows up to give him a reprieve, he jumps at the chance for a break, and to visit his former squad. But it is not his buddies he meets in the private suite at a hockey game, instead a woman who has been the star of all of his recent fantasies, fulfills his wildest dreams except the one that binds his heart.
Has Madame Eve made a mistake or can two lonely hearts overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles?

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   Jessica Subject is the author of contemporary and science fiction romance, ranging from sweet to erotic. In her stories, you could meet clones, or a sexy alien or two. You may even be transported to another planet for a romantic rendezvous. 
   When Jessica isn't reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk. Fast. But she just may slow down if there is a waterfall nearby.
Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. And she loves to hear from her readers. You can find her at and on twitter @jsubject.

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