Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Author Spotlight - Suz deMello

So in case you're wondering, this is the first post in my Author Spotlight! series.  These are authors that are featuring The BulletProof Ghost: Prototypes on their blog, so in return, I'm featuring them on The BulletProof Blog.  

The genre will mostly be romance/erotica, which as I become more exposed to the world of indy writing, seems to be the majority of indy authorship.  Check out the links, excerpts and blurbs to see if any of these are your cup of tea.  I know for a fact that some of you that read this blog will be all about this.     

If you like your toes kinky, Suz deMello has you covered.

Say Hello to Kinky Toes! by Suz deMello (#footfetish #kinkysex @fetlife @MFRW_ORG)

Suzie’s latest is a departure from her usual “sugar” BDSM offerings—it’s straight-out

kinky, being the romance between a foot fetishist and an upscale shoe designer. But Shelbie

and Rick are a match made in some crazy stiletto heaven.

Here’s the blurb:

Genre: contemporary kink romance

Shelbie Nathanson resents Rick Saldano's ascension to C.O.O. of her family's shoe

company, a job she's wanted all her life. But she can't resist his red-hot, sexy style of

lovemaking... one that focuses on her passion: shoes.

And here’s a snippet to pique your interest:

In the cab, Shelbie became even more aware of Rick, if that were possible. He was big. Not fat,

but solid, sizable, with broad shoulders and an obviously muscular body beneath his suit. She

couldn’t help sneaking a peek at his crotch. The suit’s fabric had pulled tight as he sat, tight

enough that she could guess that six-foot-two Rick’s body parts were proportional.

Her mood had definitely changed.

He leaned closer, hesitated the tiniest fraction of a second before he brushed his lips

against her cheek. Shocked, she jerked away, but he didn’t move, his gaze still pinned to hers.

She didn’t move either. The air felt thick, as though the very atmosphere were holding

her in place. They sat staring at each other until the cabbie harrumphed. “Where to, folks?”

After giving the cabbie an address she didn’t recognize, Rick didn’t say anything during

the cab ride. Rigid with a tension she couldn’t define, Shelbie didn’t have a word to say either,

not even when he picked up one of her feet and rested it in his lap, atop his very substantial

hard-on. She wiggled her foot and the stiletto heel slid across the bulge in his pants.

He sighed, so she did it again. Then again. He clamped his lips tight shut, apparently

stifling a groan as his erection swelled even more.

He slid one finger along the exposed arch of her foot. It didn’t feel ticklish, exactly, but

was tingly, the kind of tingle her pussy liked.

He inserted his finger into her toe cleavage. The spot between the big toe and the next

was tiny, smaller than his index finger. His abrupt thrust hurt a little, and Shelbie had a mad

vision of the time when she’d lost her virginity. Her pussy had been too small for the tool her

then-boyfriend had wielded.

She had that same feeling now, an ache as something big intruded into her body’s

smaller space. She tried to pull away but he persisted, twisting his finger until he’d pushed in as

far as her shoe would allow.

He sawed his finger in and out and she bit down on her lower lip to avoid moaning

aloud. She flung her head back, panting as he rotated his finger.

They arrived outside a row of brownstones near the park. He slipped his finger out of

her toe cleavage and gave her foot a squeeze. An awkwardness she hadn’t felt since teenage

sex overcame her as she dropped her feet to the cab’s floor. Rick paid the fare, ushered her out

of the taxi and into the building...his building, she supposed.

The moment they were alone in the elevator, she sprang at him and pressed her lips

against his. He wrapped his arms around her and held her tight as his tongue invaded her

mouth. She sucked at him hard, shoving her hands into his hair. He tasted and felt divine.

Her body was aflame, all light and heat, and he picked her up as though she were made

of insubstantial fire, weighing nothing...

Like what you read? There’s more! Buy the short story at:

About Suzie:

Best-selling, award-winning author Suz deMello, a.k.a Sue Swift, has written seventeen

romance novels in several subgenres, including erotica, comedy, historical, paranormal,

mystery and suspense, plus a number of short stories and non-fiction articles on writing. A

freelance editor, she’s held the positions of managing editor and senior editor, working for such

firms as Totally Bound, Liquid Silver Books and Ai Press. She also takes private clients.

Her books have been favorably reviewed in Publishers Weekly, Kirkus and Booklist, won

a contest or two, attained the finals of the RITA and hit several bestseller lists.

A former trial attorney, her passion is world travel. She’s left the US over a dozen times,

including lengthy stints working overseas. She’s now writing a vampire tale and planning her

next trip.

Find Suzie’s books here: (publisher’s site)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for hosting me, Jake--I'm honored to pop your blog's cherry in terms of guest posting. and good luck with your book--it seems really fun and interesting.