Reaching Out from a Mind as Dirty as All Outdoors

If you get lucky enough, I might post adult-only material from time to time, so be 18 or over, or please be elsewhere.

I'll be discussing erotica here, the writing of it and the people who write it, as well as what we've written. I find all these aspects stimulating, but if any of them bore you, feel free to skim. You never know what you might miss, though.

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Friday, June 24, 2016

Me and My Boi Blog Tour--Melissa Mayhew

Today we feature Melissa Mayhew and her story “A Fresh Start,” which begins with the classic situation of a lesbian mechanic working on cars in an English garage, and takes it to unexpectedly moving (and erotic) territory.

Here's what she says in her bio in the book:

MELISSA MAYHEW loves writing romantic and erotic fiction. Her short stories include "Bend Over, Baby 1 & 2" and she has contributed to anthologies including The Mammoth Book of Urban Erotic Confessions. As Goldie Ledbury, she has published a novella, Lone Star Family Values. Melissa lives in Durham, England.

And now the most fun part: an excerpt! (I mean the fun part of this post. The story itself has many parts that are much more fun.)

The bell on the customer counter rang just as she picked up her mug. Damn. As a small garage, they didn’t have a recep tionist, and anyone who was available went to serve when customers came in.
Wiping her hands on her boiler suit, she walked through to the customer area and saw a look of surprised relief wash across the pretty elfin features of the small brunette who stood waiting. Bob smiled easily. It wasn’t uncommon for female customers to feel intimidated in the largely male environment of the garage, and she often helped to put them at ease.
“Hi. Can I help you?”
The brunette looked sheepishly into her eyes. “I hope so. My car’s making a weird noise. I’ve no idea...” She trailed off.
“Okay. Why don’t you have a seat, and we’ll take a look at it. Do you have the keys?”
“Oh. Yes.” The woman slid a voluminous handbag from her shoulder, and raked through it. Bob laughed. “Looks like you’ve got the kitchen sink in there.”
The woman grimaced. “Just about literally. I’m just moving into the area. Basically, all my worldly goods are in the car, and this bag.”
Bob nodded, thinking how very sexy the woman was, with her smooth, dark hair, soft, curvy figure and small, slender hands.
“You’ve landed a job near here?”
“Uh-huh. Research assistant at the university. I only got the job last week, but they wanted me to start straightaway, so here I am. I’ve had to rent a house I’ve never even seen—some place nearby called Tanfield Village.”
Bob started. “Oh! You must have rented the old Mill House.” The woman’s eyes widened. “How did you—?”
The woman blushed. “You wouldn’t want to read my mind.” Bob’s eyebrows rose. “No?”
She laughed nervously. “I wouldn’t want to shock you.”
“Sweetheart, that’s highly unlikely.” The endearment came naturally, unexpectedly, and for a moment, the two women looked at each other, a thousand unspoken thoughts swirling between them.
Bob cleared her throat, striving for normality. “I live in Tanfield. It’s a small village, and that’s the only place up for rent just now. It’s a nice house, you’ll like it.”
“Oh! We’ll be neighbours, then?”
“In that case I’ll introduce myself. I’m Ellie.”
“Bob. Good to meet you.”
Bob looked into Ellie’s pretty blue eyes and wondered if the
color deepened when she was aroused. She could just imagine peeling off that fluffy little sweater, revealing the rounded curves of Ellie’s breasts, stroking the vulnerable tenderness of her stomach, hearing sighs and groans as her work-hardened hands slid across smooth skin lower to soft, moist warmth. Would she taste as good as she looked? Bob felt her stomach clench at the thought. Hell, she loved the scent and taste of an aroused woman, to bury her head—

Now for links to all the other posts in this tour, and the book giveaway info.

Me and My Boi Blog Tour Links

June 12—Sacchi Green—

June 13—Annabeth Leong--

June 14—Anna Watson—

June 15—Sinclair Sexsmith--

June 16—Jove Belle--

June 17—Tamsin Flowers--

June 18—Victoria Villasenor—

June 19—J, Caladine—

June 20—Victoria Janssen--

June 21—Dena Hankins--

June 22—D. Orchid—

June 23—Pavini Moray--

June 24—Melissa Mayhew—

June 25—Jen Cross—

June 26—Kyle Jones-- 

June 27—Gigi

June 28—Aimee Hermann—

June 29—Sommer Marsden—

June 30—Axa Lee—

July 1— Kathleen Tudor—


Anyone who comments on any of the posts will be entered in a drawing for one free copy of the anthology. You can comment on more than one post and be entered more than once. The winner will be announced and notified by July 5, if not sooner.

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