Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Giveaway and Guest Post with author Stephanie Beck and her book Just One More

Piggy Back Reading

By Stephanie Beck

I’m not going to name names, but there are a good deal of romance and erotica writers out there that have only bad things to say about a certain trilogy that rhymes with Nifty Blades of Day. Do have my own opinions about it? Yup. Am I going to share them? Nope.

I will, however, share just how many times I’ve seen the book in the hands of people I know—lots and lots. And when I see this book in their hot little hands, it’s a conversation starter that leads to me dropping my business card, book names, author name and the titles of other erotica stories I think they’ll enjoy.

The best part? People I hadn’t thought would be interested in reading my work (it’s racy and I accept that not all people love that sort of thing) are now reading it and asking for more. “Why isn’t that one in paperback?” “Can I get this for my Nook?” “The cover is so pretty!”

I love the questions, I love answering them and I absolutely adore when I find a new reader.

So, have you read it? Did you like it? Are you looking for something a little different, but still saucy and sexy? Well, do I have the book for you!

All the best,
Stephanie Beck
Two is enough, but three could be everything.Kit and Adam Jacobs know what their marriage needs—Gavan Karik. He's the one man they both want and the only one who can make their relationship complete.

Making Gav part of the family comes with a price. Family, infidelity and self-worth issues plague Gav, but Adam and Kit are willing to tackle those issues if Gav is willing to commit.

For every problem they conquer, another one pops up. Not only are the three adults working to meld a broken family into one, they're also struggling with a blackmailer threatening to out the two men's sexuality and issues with the kids being mistreated at school. With each battle all three have to decide if the vision each sees for the future can match and if the reward is worth the fight.

Content Warning: Strong language, graphic sex, and explicit incidents of laundry washing within.
Available in print and digital


"And the sleeping arrangements?" Gav asked.

Adam knew this question had been weighing on the other man. Gav had played thirds in relationships before. Usually, the third was a plaything, in for pleasure, out for the intimacy.

"You'd be in our room. The 'our' would include you," Adam told him. "I'll steal your t-shirts to wear to bed, and we'll share the task of warming Kit's cold toes every night. We'll have amazing sex when we're all in the mood together. We'll have nearly as amazing sex in pairs if the third is in the mood to watch or sleep. There won't be favorites, but, because we've been together so long, Kit and I might slip up there on occasion. You'll have to be patient with us, Gav."

"And once our open relationship includes you," Kit said, "it turns into a closed one. We don't cheat or lie, and we tell each other if our needs change."

Adam watched to see what Gav's reaction to that big rule would be. It was one he supported wholeheartedly. Within the terms of their relationship, he and Kit had never once cheated. They were open, honest, and made the decisions and compromises needed to keep them happy. But his heart was hers. Always. If Gav decided to take the plunge, Adam's heart would grow to include him, and he would never cheat on him either.

Loyalty and faithfulness in an open relationship seemed like oxymorons, but not the way he and Kit worked. They were a unit, a family. If Gav chose, he could be the piece that had been missing from the start.

Gav covered his face and rubbed much harder than Adam would have rubbed any place on his lover's body. He didn't like to see Gav being so rough with himself. He hated when the other man treated his body harshly. It was because no one else had cared for him. He saw himself as worth less than most and acted on that vision. If he'd quit being stubborn, Adam would try every day to prove him wrong. There would be fabric softener for Gav's clothes and something sweet for him when he wanted a treat. It was the little things Adam knew he and Kit took for granted that would make the most difference with Gav.

"I don't know." Gav didn't look past his hands at either of them as he spoke. "I'll think about it. There's nothing in there I don't think I can do, I just…I need to think."

"That's fine, Gav," Kit said gently. "Time is something we have, and we'd never rush you."

"I know that." His sigh was heavy and haggard. "I know all the good things about you guys, and Kit, it's nothing in you that's missing. It's me. You have to know that. No matter what happens, it's not you. It's me."

"But I love you just the way you are," she replied. "So that means there's something amazing in you if you'll let it out."

This just sounds yummy!!! 
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Kassandra said...

I have read the series. I enjoyed it for what it was: A love story with some light kinky fuckery (as Christian would say, lol). It doesn't touch the heat level of a good amount of erotica I have read so I wasn't shocked or amazed by the content. I enjoyed watching the character development of Christian and Ana and their supporting cast was decently realized. The story wasn't complex and I wouldn't put it in any great literature categories BUT it was entertaining ;) The second book in the series was my favorite by far.


Anonymous said...

I haven't read Fifty Shades of Grey yet, but I am planning to. I have read the beginning of it and I liked what I read so far. I read a lot of mainstream romance as well as erotica so I don't expect to be overly shocked by it.

Anne said...

I have a copy, but haven't read it yet. I'm curious, but so many negative reviews make me leery.


S.A. said...

I haven't read Fifty Shades of Grey yet. I guess I'm being cheap for not buying it, so I put a hold on the book at my local library. I think the last I looked I was #218 in the queue! lol Now I'm rethinking about that purchase.

Vanessa N. said...

I haven't read it yet but.it's on my TBR list.


andieleah said...

I have the books but have yet to really get into them...what I've read so far has been good but it hasn't kept me up all night reading them.

Anonymous said...

I have not read it yet but I plan to.

Lisa Cox said...

I haven't read it yet. It seems that around my area, I can't get it unless I order it online.

Theresa Haywood Donbroski Johnson said...

No I havent had a chance to read it yet but its on my to read list

nurmawati djuhawan said...

curently reading fifty shades...so far i like it....

angie lilly said...

Have not read it yet, but I have it reserved thru the local library and can't wait to read it!

Unknown said...

I have not read it yet.


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