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Joyride To Jupiter by Dani Beck

  • ISBN: 978-1-5045-0416-4
  • Written by: Dani Beck

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Caitlyn can’t believe her boyfriend kissed another girl at that party. So she decides to walk home through the woods rather than drive another second with him. Before long, she’s lost, it’s getting dark and her phone’s battery is low. Thank goodness Marcus didn’t listen to her suggestion to go eff himself, and has followed her into the dark forest.

After a hot and heavy tryst of outdoor makeup sex, they stumble upon what appears to be an long-ago crashed and abandoned spaceship. Curious, the couple climbs inside for a quick peek. The interior looks like a naughty BDSM room, and Caitlyn is eager to sit at the controls and try it out.

The spaceship turns out to be in full working order. She and Marcus are whisked off to God knows where, and their sexy adventure in the woods turns into a very kinky joyride.

 

WORD COUNT: 4100

 

Excerpt:

It’s pitch black. I use my phone’s flashlight to see, but my battery is down to ten percent. If I don’t find my way out of here soon, I’ll be in complete darkness. My sense of direction sucks in the daylight. It’ll be much worse when I can’t see.

As much as I hate to retrace my steps, I don’t have a choice. I turn around to go back the way I came. But 20 minutes later, I climb over the same broken log for the second time. Pass the same abandoned shopping cart, half buried in the pine needles.

I’m going in circles.

Shit.

This forest is way thicker than I remember. Of course, it’s been 10 years since I last played in here. Trees grow. Dammit.

Something snaps behind me in the darkness. I whirl in that direction.

A dark shape emerges from behind a tree. Boogey man. Serial killer. Monster from outer space. I grab a stick from the ground in front of me and get into my best kung fu fighting stance, wishing I’d watched more of those action movies with Marcus when he’d asked.

“Caitlyn. It’s me.”

Oh, thank God. I drop the stick and run into Marcus’ arms. “I thought I was going to be stuck in the woods all night,” I say against his shoulder. My body shakes against his.

“It’s alright, baby,” he says, rubbing my back.

“You followed  me.”

“Of course I did.”

“I told you to leave me alone.”

“Yeah, well, it’s a good thing I didn’t, isn’t it?”

Now that I’m not alone in the deep dark woods, it doesn’t seem nearly as scary. Or as dark. The shadows and forest sounds seem more soothing than frightening.

And more sexy.

“Marcus?”

“Hmm?”

“We’ve never had sex outside.”


This book was added to our catalog on Friday 09 February, 2018.

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