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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.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Weekend Swap

Tyler Thornton convinces her strait-laced best friend Kay Reagan to swap husbands to add some excitement to their sex lives, or in Kay's case, to show her what she's been missing. What Tyler doesn't know is the deep dark fantasy that Kay has been harboring for years.


"Touchdown!" Will Thornton's voice carried from the living room to the kitchen where his wife Tyler sat sipping coffee with her best friend Kay Reagan.

"It's too bad he can't score a touchdown in the bedroom," Tyler mumbled.

Kay giggled. "You're terrible, Tee. How can you say that with those rippling muscles and tight ass? I've envied you for years. He's every woman's fantasy."

"I don't believe you," Tee replied with a touch of laughter in her voice. "You've been fantasizing about Will?"

"I would never have said anything if we weren't so close and I knew you wouldn't be jealous. But you are lucky. Take it as a compliment."

"I do, but trust me, your fantasies are probably better than reality."

She lifted an eyebrow. "Maybe you're in a rut."

Whiskey Creek Press Torrid

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Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Christmas Dreams and The Fix-It Man

Christmas Dreams

Morgan and Davis have been best friends since they were children and even Davis' move to Maine didn't affect their deep friendship. When Morgan's relationship with her fiancee falls apart, at Davis' urging, she moves to Maine to make a fresh start. She soon realizes that her feelings for Davis run much deeper than friendship.


A gentle hand touched her shoulder causing her to jump. "I'm sorry. I didn't mean to startle you." Davis laughed. 

Morgan grinned up at him. "This is a great party. I'm glad I came."

"Thanks." His eyebrows knitted together. "There are a couple of guys interested in getting to know you. What do you think? Are you ready to start dating again?"

She frowned. "I'm sure they're nice, but I'm just not ready, Davis."

He nodded. "I figured as much, sweetie, so I let them down gently. But you do look hot tonight. Dressing like that, what do you expect a guy to do?"

She knew she was attractive, but she wasn't vain. Her blond hair was shoulder length, eyes green and she had a good figure. She was wearing a tight black skirt, pink blouse and heels. "What would I do without you?" 

"You'll never find out," he said as he pulled her to her feet. "Would you like to dance?"

She smiled, looking at the dance floor. "I don't think another couple could squeeze in."

The Fix-It Man

When Madison meets the new maintenance man, she uncharacteristically tries to seduce him. When her efforts backfire, she thinks she doesn"t stand a chance until he comes knocking on her door.


Lucy blushed. Her pretty face turned a bright shade of pink. "Hey, I'm free and single."

"We know," Madison said with a wink to Gwen. Lucy's sexual escapades were notorious, at least to Madison and Gwen. She had a voracious sexual appetite and loved sharing the intimate details of her encounters. If they weren't so fond of Lucy they might have been appalled. But her recreational sex didn't label her a slut in their minds. 

Madison had lived in Tarvan Towers for a year before Gwen and her husband Kyle moved in. Lucy moved in two years ago. Her bubbly friendly personality was what had attracted them to her. Madison lived a solitary life and dated little. Gwen's free time was spent doting on Kyle unless he was away on a business trip. That's how she'd first met Gwen. They'd been doing laundry and had begun chatting. When Lucy moved in she knocked on both their doors insisting that she liked to know the neighbors living on either side of her. Ever since the three had become instant friends.

The elevator stopped and the three women stepped off. Lucy continued babbling all the way to the parking garage. "I swear he was only in the storage room for ten minutes before he was inside me."
Madison's face flushed. "Sorry, Luce, but I like to know the man I'm sleeping with." 

"Come on, Maddy, how long has it been since you've had any?" 

Too long. But Madison wasn't about to share that fact with Lucy.

Whiskey Creek Press Torrid

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