Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Sexy ~ Part 2

I love flirting. Flirting comes in all shapes and sizes and I adore them all. A first come-on, half-smiles, a slow grin, a direct look of appreciation...lovely.

I am an equal opportunity flirter. Male, female, couples, it really doesn't matter to me. (Although for some reason I seem to get hit on by swingers the most.) Even if I am not interested, I appreciate the fact that another person found me interesting enough to flirt with. I do insist you bring your A-game though. None of those cheesy lines or moves from the '70's & '80's....rolls eyes.

Some of my past favorites:

Having a conversation about fetishes with a male I had recently met. At one point I was smiling because I surprised him with something and he stops for a moment, then tells me I have a smile that could change the world. It was goofy, sweet, appreciated.

At a bar on my birthday, approached by a gorgeous pair of lesbians. One softly touched my hand and the other stroked a curl as they asked if they could take me home.

The sweet, shy grin of a college boy as he walked past and turned around to look again.

A lovely married couple I saw briefly here and there for work walked up one day and handed me a key to their home. Grinned, told me I was welcome anytime at all and walked away.

Knowing eyes and a cheeky, confident grin from across the desk as I was helping a military guys buddy.

A gorgeous biker with killer green eyes coming up and asking if I needed a boyfriend.

Care to share a few of your favorite flirts with me? I would love to hear them.

Sassy

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Pretty Things

Sorry I haven't posted, it has been a particularly unpleasant week. Here's to making it better.






Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Role Play

I have to admit that roleplaying is something I really love to do. I have a slew of shoes, clothing and accessories that I can put together to make up the most interesting characters.

I bring this up because I love to discuss sex and erotica. When the subject is opened by someone, I speak my mind. There are many people out there who want to have these kinds of conversations and few that are actually ready to have them.  The number of people who take offense with roleplay simply astounds me.

It's important to remember this is a game. One I and many others have chosen to play with partners we have chosen to play with. Things can appear to be unsafe or out of hand, but really, we have already scripted the basic outline and now are just filling in the blanks.

*leaves her soapbox now...

Jaye Valentine, co-author of Little Japan (loved that book, will talk about it in the near future) asked me if I had read the short story Firecracker. He said it was different but since I like Little Japan, he expected I would like this story as well.

OMG

The whole story revolved around roleplay and it was fantastic! A dedicated couple keeping their sex alive and kinky by indulging in seriously outrageous scenarios.

What really made the book for me was the obvious love between the couple and the fact that no matter the situation, the safety of the vulnerable partner was always the primary concern. These two men were having fun with their sexlife and it was a great story to read.

So I believe that anyone who loves a good book should love good roleplay. Tell me what you think.

Does being an intelligent reader enhance the choices you make in the bedroom?

How's your fantasy life?

Sassy

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Happy Birthday!

Today is the fantastic Beth Wylde's birthday. These are for you sweetie. Enjoy

 
 

Pretty Things

I wanted to share a few of my favorite black and white photos with you. All are luscious and entirely lickable.
Mmm... I am in a happy place. :)


Saturday, July 10, 2010

Sexy ~ Part 1

I was trolling another blog when I saw this video. All I could think of was, How fucking sexy is that?!

The author of the other blog said he saw it as frustrated desire.

Oh Yeah! That burning hot, I want it NOW feeling. But what if you couldn't have it now? What if you had to wait? This video turned into such a lovely fantasy.

Picture your boy teased into frenzy, then you back off. He can only lay there restless, wanting. He can touch his body but he can't get off, he has to wait on you.



Such a gorgeous baby, so sweet. I could tease him for hours until he is mindless with need and begging. Promising anything if I would just let him cum.

* shakes head...

So what triggers desire? For me all the senses are involved.

The heat of a body near me.
A shared, flirty grin.
Watching someone who is intensely concentrating.
A slow, sexy rythm.
The taste of bare skin as I run my teeth over it, itching to bite.
Watching highly talented dancers.
A smart sense of humour.
The scent of musk, whether natural or cologne.

All things guarenteed to make me want hard.

More about sexy things later. For now, what revs your desire?

Sassy

Friday, July 9, 2010

Spreading the Love

The amiable Barbara Sheridan was kind enough to send me a copy of Dark Whispers after I told her about buying Dark Whispers the HORROR anthology by mistake...shudders.

I loved this book. It has a tie-in to Beautiful C*cksucker in that we learn a bit more about Ray Watts, the policeman from BC. We get the background in the prolouge as Ray steers Daisuke away from a rough street-life and into respectability.

This is Daisuke's story though and it has a paranormal bent. Dai is now a policeman serving in the same area he was raised in. Lately he is spending his time worrying about his brother and trying to think up ways to seperate Wei from the Tong he is so happily serving.

Toss is Sakurai, one hotter than hell vampire and Sayuri the sidekick cat and things get really intersting.

Sakurai and Daisuke are like oil and water, coming together only to annoy the hell out of each other over and over again. Intensly attracted to each other, both men refuse to acknowledge their potential.

This book is very intense and full of angst. I found the ending HFN to be hilarious as both men are trying to figure out what happens next. That Barb has book two written all over the ending didn't hurt my feelings a bit.

If you like your men hot, fiesty and a bit confused this is definately the book for you.

Sassy

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Book Slut

I started reading when I was three, everything I could get my hands on.

Mythology was my first love, then science fiction. You grok?

I had a very brief flirt with romance as a tween but I HATED my aunt's stuff. It seemed like in all her books, the poor, helpless, STUPID, doormat couldn't do anything but take all the crap the so-called hero threw her way and be grateful for it. Oh and her long suffering acceptance always won her the ass in the end. Never the well-intentioned, caring person who would have given her HEA, no no. Jerks-are-Us all the way.

So romance and I parted company while I explored fantasy and westerns. Yes westerns. Louis L'Amour rocked. I would love to see his stuff turned into erotica. Omg, make a bunch of it M/M and I promise the fan girl squees would bring down the house.

As a teen I was given a copy of The Flesh Peddlers. Gross, but I learned there was a whole new world out there to explore. Curiosity has ever been my biggest downfall.

I had discovered porn in all its glorious forms. What I loved the best though was all the stories written by people who really liked who they were and what they were doing. I was hooked.

Don't get me wrong. I have over 1500 books in my home and less than 100 of those are erotica. (I have a special USB just for all my lovely adult stories). My reading habits are eclectic and so is my collection, but my true love is erotica.

So I was wandering the Internet as I am wont to do and I ran across a blog. Don't remember what it was about but left a comment and won a copy of Maya Banks book Be With Me. I thought Romance, what the hell am I gonna do with a Romance book? Then I read it. Seems romance has taken quite a turn in the years I was ignoring it.

I spent the next couple months checking out the easy to find stuff. Historical and contemporary stories with a M/F theme. Not bad. Some of it was quite entertaining but I still found my attention wandering. Then I ran across Samantha Kane and her M/M/F historicals. Much better.

Samantha had "Manly Men" and they were hot. I loved the fact that they were tough and emotional. These men dealt with society on their own terms and were so compelling while doing it. I knew I had to have more and if the female was dropped by the wayside....well, stuff happens. :)

I love my M/M stories, I will read most anything in the genre. I have my light and fluffy authors. My serious authors. My funnier than hell authors. It's all good for me. My first love though are the M/M BDSM and D/s stories. They make me feel good all the way down to my toes.

Since I read 1-3 books a day, I will be talking about them alot. Ok, so I talk about everything alot, but my books I cannot go without.

Sassy

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Pretty Things

Variety is the spice of life. I want to tie them all down tightly and lick them all over. The third one reminds me of Nate Hawkins from JL Langley's My Fair Captian. Right down to the Prince Albert piercing.










Beginning Words

Hello all.

This is my first foray away from lukerdom. I am jumping in with both feet and no net so please be patient, I am rather deficient when it comes to technology. :)

I love surfing the internet and following random links. I am never quite sure where I am going to end up. I spent most of last month following Beth Wylde's promotion of Pride Month. It was wonderful being able to speak with people with such varied tastes and backgrounds. I am hopeful this blog will let me meet many more.

A typical day for me:

Looking for desktop wallpaper. Found very cool dragon fantasy motorcycle. This led to black and white pictures of motorcycles which led to shadows and abstracts in black and white. Found an excellent photo called Light and Shadow. Naked male on a forest(?) beach. Which of course led to me looking for more naked men. Found a nice bondage site which made me think of Barb Sheridan's books Beautiful C*cksucker and BC: Such a Good Boy because kinbaku/shibari is mentioned. Looked up the difference between the two methods of binding.

Remember's that I need to enable the gadget that follows what I am looking at so I can see where I've been.

Was distracted by an ad for a Leather Daddy site, wondered why so little gay fiction and erotica offers May/December romance. Found a link to a bondage-in-leather site where the Top loved to tie men who were wearing leather or cowboy gear. Nothing sexual, it was all about the rope. Next link was to another Top who was also about bondage for sake of bondage. On one of his pages was the true story of a man he had connected with.

This was told mostly from the "boy's" point of view and filled with letters and texts sent to the Top over a period of time. It was a moving piece of a middle-aged man who, finding out he had cancer, decided not to fight it and just let nature take its course. Their story moved me and made me sad.

Went back to my library to re-read Master Bear by Sparrow & Brooks. A gay BDSM story where one of the partners is dieing from cancer, but at least there is a HFN ending.

Decided to relax by playing pinochle and looking for pictures to add to my collection of beautiful, bound or submissive men.

So what do you think? Ready to take a walk with me? I would love to hear from you.

Sassy