As the whip connected again she tensed and tipped her head back, letting out a frustrated scream.
A hand tangled in her hair, and held her head, Garin whispered in her ear. “That’s it, little one, scream, cry, beg, let me have it all.”
Jessie moaned as he slid the whip across her clit, then let go of her hair. She waited for another blow from the whip, but it didn’t come. Instead she felt the vibrator being removed. The bed bowed as Garin got on the bed, knelt between her legs and lifted her hips. She moaned again as he entered her, and began to move slowly in and out of her.
“Please,” she begged, she had to have some release. “Faster… harder.”
He complied, and she felt her body contract, her muscles spasm. Garin came with her, holding her hips when her body went limp, so he could finish. As he let her down, the scarves untied and released her. She half turned, and removed the blindfold, to look at him. He grinned at her and lay next to her.
(Excerpt from Jessie’s Dirty Little Secret)
Now that you’re all hot and bothered, here’s my question…Why do we erotic / romance writers put so much influence on the orgasm?
I mean in real life a woman doesn’t have an orgasm every single time we have sex, yet in our books the heroine is expected to. The readers expect it. Granted in Jessie’s Dirty Little Secret, Jessie is having sex with an incubus so he wants her to orgasm. But in contemporary book with just a normal guy and gal, why?
Also now a days, reader don’t always want stars exploding. They want it straight.
The thing is an orgasm isn’t always mind blowing, some times it’s nothing more than the vaginal walls contracting and relaxing. Like in Jessie. Yes there are those that leave you trembling and unable to move. Those are the ones we all strive for, and a few luck woman get them, over and over.
Perhaps I just answered my own question, we write them so we can have them. Even if it’s just in our mind.
~~ Jade Twilight~~
Love prefers Twilight to daylight.
So fondle my pages, and I'll turn you on.