A splendid demonstration of how to ally sex and humour, this first novel by a new American author is a jolly romp that will both raise eyebrows and generate belly laughs. Staid journalist Jacob Hastings is assigned to write a feature on a mysterious Museum of Rocking Horses, normally closed to the public. His meeting up there with a frisky female astronomer leads both down a trail of sexual encounters and comic capers that will raise the reader’s temperature and royally entertain.
Writer Jacob Hastings is uninspired by his latest assignment: a museum full of hideous rocking horses. But his socks are rocked by Normandie Stephens, a mischievous astronomer who can match his dry wit, quip for quip, and his sexual appetite, frolic for frolic, with energy to spare.
Thanks to Jacob's public relations and the machinations of a feisty and frisky mentor named Kate, an impasse in Normandie's career promises to blossom into either glory or disaster - with enigmatic photographer Susan and obtuse clubber Brandon along for the wild rocking-horse ride. Between farcical talk show appearances, sensuous threesomes, horny little quickies, sex-drenched romantic getaways, and close calls with utter embarrassment, the pace never lets up in this smart erotic romp.
"Jeremy Edwards' masterful blend of sensuousness with a splash of kink is sure to arouse the most sophisticated readers." Alison Tyler
“Jeremy Edwards is an incredible storyteller.”
Ashley Lister, Erotica Readers & Writers Association
“The irresistible blend of raunch and romantic sweetness ...” Forum
Publication date: 11/01/2010
Publisher: Xcite Books, an imprint of Accent Press Ltd an imprint of Accent Press Ltd
|Publication date:||11th January 2010|
|Publisher:||Xcite Books, an imprint of Accent Press Ltd an imprint of Accent Press Ltd|
|Genres:||Adult Fiction, eBook Favourites,|
Jeremy Edwards work has appeared in over thirty-five short-story anthologies including three volumes in the Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica series. He contributes frequently to Scarlet and Forum, and has read at New York’s “In the Flesh” events.More About Jeremy Edwards