I asked Stacey to drop by to celebrate her new release. Saving Grace is her first menage and it promises to be a fantastic read! This baby is over at Siren-Bookstrand and it’s rated SEXTREME!!! Fanning myself here…pant…pant…
Grace is thrust deep into cattle country with dozens of sex starved cowboys. Her modest, timid nature soon fizzles away to make room for her raging lust. From one night stands to a ménage a cinq, her body won’t allow her to refuse the muscled ranch hands that seem desperate to pleasure her.
Grace explores her sexuality and pushes her personal boundaries. She discovers the sensual woman that remained dormant during her adult years. It is the love of a good man that forces her to let down her guards. Can she commit after everything she has been through in the past? Will she accept the love she’s craved for a lifetime?plores her sexuality and pushes her personal boundaries. She discovers the sensual woman that remained dormant during her adult years. It is the love of a good man that forces her to let down her guards. Can she commit after everything she has been through in the past? Will she accept the love she’s craved for a lifetime?
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Sex and Love, by Stacey Espino
Throughout history, men have been prided on their sexual prowess. It was acceptable for them to have nameless encounters, with little regret. Men: the heartbreakers, and players. Women, on the other hand, have been respected for their chaste behavior, and any promiscuity has been frowned upon.
Today, times have certainly changed. You just have to look at the climbing popularity of women’s erotic romance, to know that we are more comfortable with our sexuality, and eager to explore it.
But, being the emotional creatures we are, can we love ‘em and leave ‘em, as men seem so easily capable of?
Do women tend to attach feelings, namely love, with sex?
Or is it very possible for them to have their fun, and walk away with no attachment?
I explored this topic in my recent release, Saving Grace.
Grace is forced into a wife swap by her abusive husband. But spending a month on the Wagner Ranch turns out to be the best thing that could ever happen to her. She comes out of her shell, and explores her sexuality. Though she has some affectionate feelings for the men that she fools around with on the ranch, she’s conscious of the fact that she doesn’t love them, and tells them so.
When Mr. Wagner’s own son catches her attention, separating lust and love is much more of a challenge. Read Saving Grace and learn how Grace copes with her unusual situation.
All the best, Stacey!