11th December 2011 - Blissemas, Sunday Snog - 27 Comments

Blissemas day 11 Sunday Snog!

It’s Sunday and it’s time to snog but not only that it’s the 11th day of Blissemas, whoop! Comment on my Sunday Snog today and you’ll be put in the draw to win a kindle! Check out the rules here.

And today as a special bonus to all you Blissemas followers if you read Aliyah Burke’s kiss then comment on it you’ll get another entry into the Blissemas draw too, we’re really getting into the spirit now!

And I am so very excited as tomorrow sees the release of my sexy seasonal tale Always Christmas in Lincoln!

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?

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The following excerpt is set in the middle of Summer, Felicity is helping Carl find vintage Christmas stock for his shop.

He squeezed my arm and I shuddered with pleasure. We continued to talk business for a while and it was quite obvious Carl didn’t just know his stuff—he loved it. He was like a kid waiting to visit Santa.

“Yes, I’m mad,” he said. “I know that. I love Christmas.”

“Oh, no, it’s sweet,” I gasped. “It’s just… I’m not a fan of the festive season.” “Really?”

“Really, really. It’s not Christmas, just something happened at that time of year and…well; it kind of poisoned my enjoyment of it.”

“That’s awful,” Carl sympathised. “I hope you work out some way to separate the two, because no one should miss out on the joy of Christmas.”

The silence that fell wasn’t particularly awkward. Funny how quickly a stranger can become a friend, but I was on edge because I could feel him beside me, smell his light cinnamon aftershave, and I just wanted to pounce on him and have my wicked way.

“I guess I should be going,” I sighed. “Not that I want to go out there again—it’s so cool and refreshing in here.”

“Then stay. I’d be grateful of the company while I finish putting together my North Pole.”

“Well, if you’re sure…”

“Yes, yes, stay. I could do with a second opinion on where to place my candy canes.”

“All right,” I agreed. “Can I give you a hand since I’m here anyway?”

“Well, go on then. I’m used to doing them on my own, but I’ve seen your window displays and they’re always gorgeous. Can you organise the penguins and polar bears for me?”

“Sure.” I smiled, shut the laptop and picked up a polar bear. It’s not often a person gets to say that, I suppose. We chatted amicably as we positioned and re-positioned soft toys, ornaments and gingerbread houses. I’d not felt so relaxed and happy for a long while. The loneliness had sunk into my soul and I’d barely even recognised it. As I pondered what that meant for me and my life, I miscalculated how far forward I needed to lean to place my singing, dancing penguin, and I slipped. I knocked into Carl, yelped and thankfully landed on the soft toys. Carl’s landing wasn’t quite so soft, since he ended up on top of me. “Oh, fu—I’m so sorry.”

“It’s fine, it’s fine.” Carl pushed himself up, but I was still very aware of his pelvis pressing against mine. “Don’t worry, accidents happen.”

“I’m sorry, I’ll pay for anything I’ve broken, I’ll put everything back in just the place it was…” Carl kissed me.

It was far more complex than that, but at that moment my mind went blank and I just couldn’t think. His lips were on mine. They were plump, hot and very skilled. He took my breath away with just the gentlest undulations. I wrapped my arms around him without thought; pulled him close and let out all the passion that had built up inside me. We broke apart and took ragged breaths before our lips pulled us back together again. Our eyes were open and I could see that he was holding back just a little bit, nervous about whether this was what I wanted. I was sure he’d see the same emotions in the sea of my green eyes.

It struck me as funny that two grown adults lip-locked together still seemed so hesitant. I think he felt the smile cross my lips, because he turned up the heat. He rolled to his side and pulled me over on top of him. I laughed, then groaned because I felt the significant bump rising from his crotch. I was now somewhat in control and after a moment, a very brief moment of doubt, I reached out to undo the buttons on his shirt. His fingers crept up my thighs in response. I kissed down the outline of his jaw; he moved a hand to cup one of my buttocks. I finished unbuttoning him and he clasped me from the other side, so I was surrounded by his touch and aroused by his gentle squeezes. I continued my kiss trail down over his chest. It was a strong chest, not bursting with muscles—that does nothing for me anyway—but steely, with the kind of muscles that aren’t showy but get the job done well enough, thank you.

As I slipped lower, Carl reluctantly let go of my cotton-covered arse. His breath was ragged as, I am sure, was mine. I felt like I couldn’t quite catch my breath and I was sure that if I were a heroine in a historical romance I’d be experiencing a touch of the vapours.

The real experience waited for me within the casual trousers of the all-year-round Christmas salesman. I was relieved to find plain, black underwear without a Santa, reindeer or Christmas tree in sight, and that the significant bulge inside was all tasty, hot flesh and not a figment of my fevered imagination.

It was very surreal being surrounded by snow, even fake snow, in the middle of summer. Every time I bobbed my head up and down on his delicious dick—I swear it tasted of gingerbread and cinnamon—something different would catch my eye. The green and red- scarfed penguin lying on its side next to me or the grinning Santa on a rocking chair up on the shelf. Each had a smug smile that I was sure signalled how much they liked the show.

To read more you can pick up Almost Christmas in Lincoln from Total-E-Bound. It’s release day is tomorrow but if you want you can pre-order it now so you’ll be guaranteed to be in amongst the first to get it!

Now you’ve enjoyed this kiss check out the others posted below and authors feel free to add your snog to the list. Just pick a kiss excerpt from one of your works (published or unpublished) and post it up on your blog. Use the Sunday Snog Banner, link back to this post then when you’ve posted it pop back here and add your URL to the list. It’s as simple as that! If you need any help at all please feel free to contact me victoria @ victoria blisse .co. uk (no spaces)

Make sure you comment below to be put in the draw to win a kindle and visit Aliyah Burke’s Kiss for another bonus entry and you could win one of her sexy books there too!

Also you check out http://blissemas.co.uk for today’s spot prize. Pssst, it’s a copy of Always Christmas in Lincoln! You’ll be one of the very first to read it if you win todaty’s prize as it doesn’t release until tomorrow morning!

So it’s a real treat of a Blissemas day today!

27 responses to “Blissemas day 11 Sunday Snog!”

  1. tammy ramey says:

    wow, i sooo want to read this book! the excerpt was HOT. i love the cover and i have the book in my TBR, i can’t wait to read it.

    trvlagnt1t@yahoo.com

  2. Shadow says:

    Hot excerpt! So good! I cant read this book! Thank you for sharing! Awesome little teaser! Feel free to post more! ;) Pretty please? lol
    shadowluvs2read(at)gmail(dot)com

    • Victoria Blisse says:

      You’ll be glad to hear I’m up for another Blissemas day tomorrow and I will be sharing more from Always Christmas in Lincoln then too!

  3. Kathryn Merkel says:

    Wow, hope no one walks in on that!!

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

    • Victoria Blisse says:

      Ha, yes, that might have put a dampener on things! You’d have to read it through to find out if it happens though! ;)

  4. Deb P says:

    Sounds like a fun read , Happy Holidays .

  5. Victoria Blisse says:

    Don’t forget, all that today you’ll get an extra entry for visiting

    http://aliyah-burke.com/blog/2011/12/11/mistletoe/

    and commenting on Aliyah’s Mistletoe kiss!

  6. Debra G says:

    What a beautiful cover. And a very enticing excerpt.
    debby236 at hotmail dot com

  7. Tracey D says:

    WOW – what an excerpt. I’m adding this to my must have list.

    Thanks,
    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  8. Rose Anderson says:

    [I felt like I couldn’t quite catch my breath and I was sure that if I were a heroine in a historical romance I’d be experiencing a touch of the vapours.]
    Great snog! :) If you’d like another, stop by my blog today. I’m putting it right now. http://calliopeswritingtablet.com/

    ~Rose Anderson

  9. Aliyah Burke says:

    Great post! Have to go check this book out.
    Happy reading,
    ~Aliyah

  10. Colleen C. says:

    I am loving that cover… I want this book!

  11. Wanda Dixon says:

    That cover is HOT, I love it. Enjoyed the excerpt.

  12. Pender says:

    Nice excerpt. I enjoyed the subtle touches of humour. Merry Blissemas, Victoria. :)

  13. Meagan B says:

    Great excerpt! This made for nice birthday reading…

    mconnolley@yahoo.com

  14. Nancy S says:

    I do enjoy a good Christmas Carl (wink wink nudge nudge).

  15. Anne R says:

    Wow! Great excerpt to the book, very very nice (I want to know what happens next!) I can’t wait to read it.

  16. Anne says:

    That is a hunk and a half on the cover.

    I think I’d be a little disconcerted if Carl was wearing Christmas boxers too. Christmas clothes should be limited from the middle of Nov. to the end of Decemebr regardless of how much you love the holidays.

    acm05atjuno.com

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  18. Colleen C. says:

    Great snippet!

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