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I'm Susan K. Droney and I write in several genres: children's books, mainstream fiction, thrillers, mysteries, and sensual/erotic romances. I am published by Torrid Books, World Castle Publishing, and Devine Destinies. Please click on the book covers or visit my website at: http://susandroney.com to read reviews, excerpts or to order my books.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Excerpt Wednesday – Murder In The Pinelands

A few minutes later Aaron heard the engine of Evan's car come to life, then pull away. He sat for a few minutes, confident that Evan would come back for him tonight even though he'd told him not to. Evan would never leave his best friend out here all alone. It was going to be chilly tonight, and Evan knew that Aaron had nothing with him to protect him from the elements, especially if it rained on top of the dropping temperature. He flashed his light around, but saw nothing he could use as a temporary shelter if it started storming before Evan returned. All he had was the blanket, but it would be better than nothing.

Aaron sat quietly, finishing his beer as he thought about how he could get back into Jensyn's good graces. He'd think of something. They'd had arguments before and always made up. After a day or two they'd be back together. He was sure of it. In the meantime he'd plan something special he could do for her. But he knew he could never take back what he'd said, especially since he'd violated her trust. All he knew for sure was that he couldn't imagine not being with her. 

He pulled out his cell phone and checked the time. A half hour had gone by. It would be at least another hour or so before Evan returned for him. Aaron swallowed the lump that had steadily been building in his throat. Why hadn't he gone with them? His headache was growing worse. Aaron pulled his thin jacket tighter around himself. The wind was picking up, and the first heavy drops of rain began to fall. He picked up the blanket and wrapped it around his shoulders. He couldn't stay here in the woods—he'd have to start walking. Maybe someone would see him on the road and give him a lift, or Evan would see him on his way back. Aaron didn't relish walking the way his head felt, but walking was better than sitting in the woods where no one could see him. He tossed the blanket aside.

A twig snapped behind him, startling him. He aimed his flashlight toward the noise. The light flickered and went out. "Damn," he muttered. Another twig snapped. Aaron twisted his head in the direction of the sound as snapping twigs drew louder. Evan and the girls were getting even with him. That was it. They wanted to prove he wasn't as brave as he'd boasted. He relaxed a little.

"Not funny, man," Aaron called out as he peered into the pitch-black woods. "I know you're there, Evan. Are Jensyn and Kennedy with you?" The snapping twigs stopped. "Come on, Evan. You've made your point," he called. He glanced around himself. "What the hell?"

His voice caught in his throat as two red glowering, what he assumed were eyes glared back at him. Aaron tried to run, but fear kept his feet frozen to the spot as the glowing red eyes blinded him. His headache intensified, and he slumped to the ground.


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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Excerpt Wednesday – Weekend Swap

Ed kissed her tenderly as his large hands roamed over her arms rubbing them softly. Kay caught his bottom lip between her lips teasing him as she unbuttoned his shirt. She ran her fingertips over his chest as her lips tugged more intently.

"Not so rough, baby," he whispered. He stood, took her hand, and pulled her up. "We need to continue this in the bedroom." He led her to their bed.

"Just once let's try something different, honey." She kissed him softly then kissed his neck before moving her mouth to his chest and flicking her tongue suggestively over his nipples. She found his belt and unbuckled it. He arched his back as she slowly slid his pants down his long muscular legs, pulling them off. She fondled him, but it didn't take long before he was fully aroused. He tore off his underwear.

"You'd better roll over," he whispered huskily as his arms reached for her.

"Not yet," she murmured. "I'm going to try something a little different tonight. You'll like this, baby." She moved her mouth to the tip of his penis. She heard his sharp intake of breath as she teased before slowly inserting the tip into her mouth.


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Wednesday, September 04, 2019

Excerpt Wednesday – Hidden Desires

After her hair was dry, she clicked off the hairdryer and set it on the counter. She closed her eyes and inhaled deeply as she thought about her last one-night stand. Chas had the most intense eyes she'd ever seen and a wide, sensual mouth. She'd made eye contact with him all night and when he'd made his way over to the table where she and Debbie were enjoying their final drinks of the night, Debbie patted her on the shoulder and excused herself.

A soft moan escaped Heather's throat and her pussy became wet as images of Chas' long, hard cock thrusting in and out of her as her nails dug into his back, consumed her. She kept her eyes closed as she slipped a finger inside of her now-dripping pussy and rubbed her clit, quickly bringing herself to an orgasm.

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Monday, September 02, 2019

Excerpt Wednesday – Murder In The Pinelands

Evan swallowed hard. "By the condition of his body." He blinked back tears. "It was almost unrecognizable."

"Did you call anyone else?"

"No. Only the police. I couldn't get cell phone service in the woods."

"What did you do after you discovered the body?"

"I drove home so I could contact the police."

 Detective Edwards frowned as he studied Evan for a few seconds. "Let's go back to last night. What happened after the three of you returned to the car?"

Evan cleared his throat. "I pulled onto the road and only drove a short distance, when something all of a sudden appeared in the middle of the road, blocking us. My hands began to shake and I froze."

"What do you mean by something appeared in the road? Was it an animal?"

Evan bit his bottom lip and visibly shuddered. "No. It wasn't human either."

"What did you see, Evan?" Detective Edwards asked with a touch of impatience in his voice.

Evan scrunched up his face. "I don't exactly know how to describe it. It was tall, taller than any human being. It stood like a human but it was horrible looking, and had bright red eyes. It began making a loud, screeching, piercing sound, and I covered my ears."

"So, you are telling us that you saw a monster?" Edwards asked through slanted eyes. "Had you ever seen anything like it before?"

"No, but what I saw wasn't human," Evan said evenly.

Detective Jones exchanged a look with his partner, and then took over the questioning. "Do you think it was the Jersey Devil?"

Evan shrugged his thin shoulders. "I don't know what it was, and that is the truth," he insisted. "But from what I've read, it sounds like it."

"Let me get this straight," Detective Jones continued. "Your friend is in the woods all alone, and something inhuman is blocking the road."

Evan nodded. "Yes."


"Then how did you get past it?"

He paused for a few seconds. "It started coming closer and I thought we were in for it, but then it stopped for about a minute and turned its head, and looked toward the woods on the other side of the road—where Aaron was. Then it just ran into the woods."


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Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Excerpt Wednesday – Hearts On Fire

Her hand trembled in his. Was she dreaming? Was she really with him all alone in the middle of nowhere? She was certain that she'd wake up any moment. He put a tender hand on her shoulder. She smiled. No, this was real and she was here with him. Anything was possible tonight. "I'd love to stay."

"Good." He turned his head until he was staring into her eyes then bent his head tilting it down to hers.

Her breath momentarily caught in her throat as his lips touched hers sweetly at first, then with a hungry need. She responded to his need with her own. She put her arms around his neck, pressing into his body. She never wanted to let go. His firm lips clung to hers as his tongue found its way into her mouth. A soft moan escaped from her as his hands slowly caressed her back, then gently traveled to her chest where he expertly fondled her heaving breasts with his hands.

His mouth moved from hers and planted soft kisses on her neck and throat. "I want you so badly," he hoarsely whispered.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Excerpt Wednesday – 2 In 1: Hidden Desires & Weekend Swap – Weekend Swap

She shook her head. "No. I've got some ideas."

Kay propped her elbows on the table. "Can I ask you a personal question?"

Tyler laughed. "Since when have you needed my permission to ask? Ever since I've known you, you've just plowed right in."

Kay slowly let her breath out. "Are you attracted to Ed? Is that why—"

"Of course not! I mean he's good looking, but I definitely wouldn't want or expect anything more from him than a good fuck while you're getting fucked by Will."

Kay's face turned a deep shade of red. "Well, that's putting it bluntly."

"You asked. Come on, Kay, face it—that's all it would be. You might even enjoy yourself."


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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Excerpt Wednesday – 2 In 1: Hidden Desires & Weekend Swap – Hidden Desires

His jaw twitched. He couldn't help himself. Innocent, naive women challenged him, now more than ever since he'd lost the love of his life. Sage Ralston would be a challenge, and it had been too long since he'd had just such a confrontation. She'd led a sheltered life, had few friends, and a strict upbringing--all the ingredients to mold her into the woman who'd be perfect for him. He'd show her a world she'd never known, and once she entered his world, she'd be eager to stay.

She was a beauty. Her slim body, slightly rounded breasts, small hips and those clear green eyes, as she innocently looked at him, made him grow hard. He imagined running his hands through that beautiful auburn hair as he laid her on the bed and mounted her. It would be soon…very soon. She would make him forget all about the other woman…at least for a while.


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