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12th Dec, 2011

The 12th day of Blissemas Book Launch!

Hello folks it’s me again for the Blissemas blog today because I’ve got a new book release yaaaaay!

Yoyu might have gathered by now that I love Christmas. I am the kind of person who loves carols and Christmas music and Christmas films too. I really revel in the season and so I always like to have a festive book or two available in December and so this tends to lead me to writing them back sometime in the middle of the summer!

In Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol Scrooge promises to Keep Christmas in his heart all year through. In one of my favourite festive films they even sing about it!

It is the season of the heart
A special time of caring
The ways of love made clear
It is the season of the spirit
The message if we hear it
Is make it last all year

I hope in some way I manage to capture this magic all year round Christmas love in my latest story Always Christmas in Lincoln.

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It isn’t really always Christmas in Lincoln but when Felicity gets her man it feels like it.

Felicity hates Christmas. It reminds her of a traumatic event from her childhood. She thinks the Permanent Christmas shop is tacky, with its windows full of trees and tinsel all year round and would rather it disappeared from her picturesque home town.

When she discovers that Carl, who she lusts over every time she sees him in the tea rooms, is in fact the owner of Ho, Ho, Ho! She’s not quite sure what to think. It takes a sexy meeting in the middle of a fake winter wonderland to make her realise the advantages of Christmas in the middle of summer.

As time passes, Carl and Felicity indulge in more sexy liaisons but as Christmas approaches Felicity doubts whether she is anything more than a sensual distraction for the festive shop owner and when her handsome ex, Sean, sweeps into town on a quest to win her back she finds she has a tough decision to make.

Can Carl and his Christmas cheer win over her hardened heart?

Here’s an exciting excerpt from the story for you to enjoy, I hope it puts you in the mood for Christmas! Just to set the scene, Carl has walked Felicity home and they’ve kissed on the doorstep. When she invited him in he helped her to take her coat and warm outer layers off but he has kept her arms trapped behind her in the tightly cinched arms of her coat so she is at his mercy!

“Come with me.” He didn’t wait for an answer; he grabbed my arm and pulled me into my small living room, which was illuminated by my tiny little Christmas tree and its cute multi-coloured lights.

“Nice tree,” he said as he pushed me down onto the sofa. I crossed my arms behind me in an effort to get comfortable. He knelt on the floor between my thighs and flipped up the front of my skirt and the modest petticoats beneath. He confidently rested his hands on my hips, gripped, then pulled down, peeling the sticky satin from my dampened pussy. He ran his hands down my legs as he backed away, until he had unhooked my knickers, and quickly retook his position between my thighs.

He wiggled down until he was at a level where he could kiss gently up from my knee to my wet and waiting slit. He grabbed my buttocks and encouraged me closer to the edge of the sofa. He strained to lap and lick every exposed inch of my creaming pussy. He prodded his tongue inside me then sucked my clit. He kept varying the pace and the action and kept me, quite literally, on the edge of my seat.

I wanted to come. I was straining to press more of my flesh to his lips. I was desperate for the slow, bubbling pleasure to boil over into the raging fire of ecstatic release, but the teasing bastard kept me right on the brink. I opened my eyes for a moment and glanced down my body I could see he was enjoying denying me.

“Let me come, Carl, please, I need to come,” I begged, my gaze locked with his.

“Not yet,” he replied, pulling back and slowly licking his lips. “I’ve not finished with you yet.”

I should have kept my mouth shut, as he stood up then and moved over to sit next to me on the sofa.

“Sit forward,” he said and I complied. He released me from my coat bonds. I was relieved. It was an expensive item and I knew I would rip it if I thrashed around in it much longer. Life tingled back into my fingers as I pulled my hands round in front of me and rubbed my arms.

“I need to fuck you, Felicity, I need to fuck you now.” The use of my full name sent chills down my spine. I smiled and simply nodded in reply. It was either consent or confirmation of need—more than likely both.

“Kneel there,” he said, “lean on the chair arm.”

I eagerly complied—I loved to be fucked from behind. I felt very exposed, my knickers discarded, my skirt and petticoats in disarray and my bottom poking out beneath them. Carl gently stroked my arse with one hand as the sound of a zip parting indicated that he was readying himself to fuck me. It felt so much longer, but only a few moments later he slammed into me.

I loved how he thrust into me, so hard and primal. I was no longer bound but I still felt like he was in control, like he was using me for his pleasure. I wanted that, needed that, because pleasing him made me feel good.

“So good,” he crooned, his fingers digging into the flesh of my hips. “So fucking good.”

The old couch creaked as we swayed in rhythm. The twinkling Christmas lights gave a sweet, festive feel that seemed almost to clash with the raw lust of Carl and I fucking, unabashed, a few metres away from it. I loved it. As I climbed towards my climax, I wished that I could delay it so I could fully enjoy the grit and passion of the moment. I couldn’t hold it in, though—I had balanced on the edge of pleasure for too long. I came with a loud scream that I’m sure disturbed the neighbours. My pussy pulsed and the pressure pulled the orgasm from within Carl’s body. He pushed deep into me and held there. A gravelly grunt exited his lips and I felt his cock flex within me. I slumped forward, my knees no longer able to hold my weight.

“Wow,” I gasped, panting hard. “Wow.”

“I echo that remark.” He sounded as puffed out as me, if not more so. I finally made my limbs move and snuggled up beside him. My stomach rumbled audibly.

“Oh, I think it must be teatime. Are you staying for something to eat?”

“I’m sorry, Fliss, I wish I could, but I need to go now.” He looked at his watch. “Things to do, you know?”

“Oh, yeah, sure.” Unconvinced, I tried to raise a smile. He fastened his trousers, then leaned in to kiss me.

“If I don’t see you before, I’ll see you on Christmas day. Is one o’clock good for you?”

“Yeah.” I nodded my head. “That’s fine.”

I offered him a piece of paper and a pen to write down his address and saw him out of the door. I felt funny. I knew I should have felt all happily blissed-out, but his quick exit worried me. Did he not really like me? Was he just in it for the sex? I mean, it would seem strange to invite someone for Christmas dinner just to shag her, but why else would he rush off so quickly?

I don’t know about anyone else but that certainly warmed me up! Phew. To get your copy check out Total -e-Bound today!

So how do you keep the spirit of Christmas all the year through? Remember every comment here puts you in the prize draw to win a kindle! Check blissemas.co.uk for terms and conditions.

22 comments

  1. tammy ramey

    i think that the Christmas spirit is a matter of giving and taking care of other peoples needs before your own. my house is very full.there is myself,my mother, my sister and her daughter and a brother. with this many people tempers can flare easily.
    i try to keep this in mind whenever i am dealing with anyone:that if they are taking something or asking for it then they need it more than i do, and i let them have it. i do most of the cooking and i try to make each persons favorite meal at least once a month,i also make a special desert for them for no reason.
    this is just one of the little ways to show them i care.
    i guess the way i look at it is that if i want to be treated with love and respect then i need to treat them that way first, because you are going to get back what you give out and then some.
    Happy Holiday Season everyone!

    trvlagnt1t@yahoo.com

  2. Blissemas with Victoria Blisse « Blissemas 2011

    […] please head on over to this special Blissemas Blog and let her know how you try and keep that spirit. Leave a comment and you’ll be in our Prize […]

  3. Carol L

    I love that cover and loved the excerpt.Congrats Victoria on the new release. Happy Holidays.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  4. Michelle B.

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you…great excerpt to warm up a Winter’s day…

    Michelle B. aka koshkalady

    purrpurrkoshkamb(at)aol(dot)com

  5. Anne

    My sister in law keeps her Christmas tree up all year. I actually don’t celebrate Christmas, but I do try to be a decent person all year round and particiapte in charity and food drives.

    acm05atjuno.com

  6. Shadow

    Id be lying if i said i stay in christmas spirit year round. I cant do it. The occasional christmas movie, song or book…thats about it. Im in the christmas spirit from november through december but after that, the spirit is shot. lol i love the sound of your book! sounds so good! Thanks for sharing!
    shadowluvs2read(at)gmail(dot)com

  7. Colleen C.

    I enjoy Holiday reads no matter what time of year it is… sometimes during the hottest part of the summer, I will listen to Christmas music… Happy Holidays!

  8. Victoria Blisse

    Such lovely answers! I like the odd bit of Chrismtas in July myself…in fact *whispers* you might want to look out for Blissemas in July in 2012! ;)

  9. Dejeniera

    Wow, a Christmas tree all year round. That is dedication and good on you! What I love most about Christmas is how excited everyone is about getting together and bringing each other happiness. I love having a Christmas-type get together with my friends over the course of the year. I love Christmas! @dejanestpas

  10. Joder

    I LOVE the sound of this story and the awesome excerpt. As to keeping the idea of Christmas year-round, I do this by volunteering at food pantries and other organizations. I have give to people that need help. I like being able to bring a little joy to others.

    joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

    • Joder

      My second to the last sentence should have said….I love giving to people that need help. Ack, I hate trying to type with a headache.

  11. J.C. Martin

    What an excerpt! Definitely one to keep you warm through those cold winter nights! Christmas songs always put me in a Christmassy mood whatever the time of year.

  12. Kathryn Merkel

    Hot excerpt, but I’m with Felicity, that rapid exit seems a little off. That’s the problem with excepts, there is missing context. I still want to read it.

    My Christmas spirit is kept alive by giving of myself. My best friend & I volunteer at a local ministry that buses inner city kids to a church on Saturday for a free breakfast, church, sabbath school & lunch. Once a month, we are responsible for the shopping, prepping, serving & clean-up for the lunch meal. Some of our helpers work the breakfast too, so we get there early & help with breakfast before starting on lunch. We generally serve at least 100 people, so it’s a busy but rewarding day.

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

  13. Victoria Blisse

    And I love to see how many people keep the Spirit of Christmas by giving throughout the year, I love that. :)

  14. Na S.

    My Christmas spirit comes from being around my family. I love them and wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. Happy Holidays!

  15. kimmy L

    Great Christmas memories. Thank you for sharing them with us. I loved your excerpt! Another great read to add to my Christmas list! Thanks!

  16. Debbie S

    I try during the year to do something special for family and friends. I am also a nurse and try to daily do something special for my patients, sometimes a small gesture or comment make all the difference to someone who is not feeling well.

  17. Tonya

    Wonderful post! And you book…so good! Cant wait to pick up my own copy. ;) I love chrismtas. Whoever came up with christmas in july, your awesome! Reading christmas themed books, movies and songs always keeps me in the christmas spirit.
    tonyapeterson35(at)yahoo(dot)com

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