Saturday, July 23, 2016

December Promise - My sexy crush for My Sexy Saturday

July 23, 2016

Welcome to another My Sexy Saturday blog hop. Today the theme is all about My Sexy Crush. I think we've all had one of those. That one person we just ache to stand next to. Forget about anything else. We just want to breathe the same air as they do! 

In keeping with the theme, here are seven sexy paragraphs from December Promise. Paul and Lee were college roommates, and lovers. There's a lot of time and distance between those days and now, and they wonder if the magic they shared can be rekindled.  Enjoy!


Quick as lightning, Paul wrapped his arms around Lee. Desire, swift and sweet, swept through him, jumbling his memories, as Lee’s mouth moved over his. His lips opened, and Lee’s tongue licked into his as he backed Paul against the car. His cock responded, swelling rapidly as a delicious urgency seized him. He inhaled sharply, and Lee’s spicy scent exploded in his memory, refreshed, better now for holding him again. Paul stroked his lover’s back, his hands going down to cup Lee’s firm ass. Lee pressed closer and flexed his pelvis to his. Paul gripped tighter, needing to feel every inch of the steel rod rubbing against his. This was nuts. They couldn’t just pick up where they’d left off. Could they?

Nothing had changed. They lived on separate coasts. They’d made separate lives. It should be easy to stop kissing him and explain why this was a bad idea, and friendship was the best they should hope for. He spun Lee around and slammed him flat to the car door.

Paul shivered as Lee yanked his shirttail out of his jeans, his hot palms sliding across the planes of his chest. Paul made a sound of encouragement as Lee’s finger teased his left nipple. Trust Lee to remember how he loved to have his nips touched. He thrust his tongue into Lee’s mouth. Lee pushed against him, breaking off the heated kiss. 

“Hey, easy. We need to cool down a bit.”

Paul grabbed at him, but Lee gently swatted his hands away. “I mean it, Paul.”

Behind him, people spoke. A car engine started. He shivered as the testosterone haze cleared and Lee smiled at him. “Best we not get tossed onto the street for lewd and obscene behavior.”

He was right. Paul took a deep breath and tried to ignore the tightness in his balls. Thank heavens Lee had his wits about him. “So you think me going to my knees in the parking garage would be a bit much?”



A lot can happen between one December and another.

Paul Macy moved heaven and earth to get a reluctant Lee Kendall for his college roommate. Giving up his free-and-easy lifestyle for the sexy new guy on campus had been the easiest decision Paul had ever made. Walking away from Lee had been the hardest.

Now, years later, Lee Kendall’s made it to the top of his field by working hard, and playing harder in the right circles. Yet he has also come to realize that success is empty when you have no one with whom to celebrate it. But as luck would have it, an invitation to visit his alma mater brings Lee face-to-face with his first lover, and a chance for the reconciliation he never thought possible.

The sparks fly when Paul and Lee reunite, fulfilling long-denied dreams for both men. But passion isn’t a pledge, and it takes more than promises made in the dark to forge a shared future between two lonely hearts...


Available at Amazon,  Apple/iTunes, and other online booksellers.

KC Kendricks

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Christiane France - Author said...

Good story and a lovely cover.

Jessica E. Subject said...

LOL Yes, it might be. ;) Such a sexy snippet!

Lucy Felthouse said...

Great snippet, and I love that cover!

KC Kendricks said...

Thanks for stopping by Between the Keys! And thanks for the "thumbs up" on the cover. That's the original background photo that was used in the first edition. I sent it to the cover guru at AQP and he used it. I was careless and didn't keep it, but I did keep my emails to TZ so I was able to recover it from the email. (So that was my lesson learned on that day - keep everything!)