Lover's Paradise: Paris

Ooh la la! Paris, France, is the City of Lights to many, the City of Love for others.
    The Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Moulin Rouge, ‎Champs-Elysées, ‎the Louvre, Sacré-Coeur, Notre Dame Cathedral, Point Zero, Centre Pompidou, gardens, museums and bridges - so much to see; so much to do. Who could not fall in love with this city of the ages? In the three personalized stories in this book, our couple will have three separate adventures.
     Spontak’s "Paris Made Me Do It" is a whirlwind of daring sexcapades and surrealism set in Paris during the Roaring 1920s - a time when people tried new, sizzling things. Our couple embrace that daring attitude, which takes them places only open to those who agree to accept what others may not.
    Marcy Thomas' "Destiny in Paris" centers on a plan of passion to ignite our couple's desires, making them fall deeper in love with each other as well as with the city.
    Lori Pepio's "Beyond the City of Lights" uses a formal masquerade ball and a mysterious stranger to reveal where love and fantasy meet.
    Regardless of whether you've ever been to Paris or have wanted to go, these two stories will transport you there.

Lover's Paradise: Paris is 162 pages as a paperback.

Do note that two of these stories ("Destiny in Paris" by Marcy Thomas and Beyond the City of Lights" by Lori Pepio) also appear in Celebrating Romance.

Lovers' Paradise: Paris
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WILD excerpt

All excerpts in this column are done in the "WILD" version. Examples of personalization are in pink, such as man's and woman's names, cologne, eye color, etc.

This Wild excerpt comes from Lover's Paradise: Paris as the starring couple, Ann and John, have entered their hotel room on the first night of their vacation:

Anngot into the elevator much too small for two people and their suitcases and ran her fingers over the odd choice of carpet on it walls. She was so entranced with the furry texture that she was surprised and jumped back when the door opened, and a man stepped in. Ann resisted laughing at the comical sight of John striking what he must have surmised was an alluring pose. He was wearing what appeared to be a brand-new leather jacket and sunglasses. Truth be told, he’s still got it, she thought, the same effect he had on me since our first date that 20 years ago.

“Shall we, mademoiselle?”

“You learned some more French?”

“Emphasis on the some. Come on.” He hurried her forward.

The two entered their room in a heated state, the desire escalating on their skin.

Without paying any attention whatsoever to their baggage parked in the corner, nor the boudoir-like ambiance, the delicate orange glow of somber lights, or the bellowing white curtains along the window, Ann began tugging off her clothes eager to show off her new and deliciously tempting hot-mama lingerie, which John noticed and said “Ooh-la-la, so sexy. Now I’m really feeling like we’re in Paris.”

She did a little dance. “You just wait.”

“Wow,” John exhaled, “I can hardly wait, Honey.”

“Then, Darling, why do you still have all your clothes on?”

“Right,” he said, quickly remedying the situation. His leather jacket fell to the floor, shoes went flying, and sunglasses landed on a nearby table in less than a moment.

John moved his hands exploring, lingering on hidden crevices that beckoned him to caress.

Soft moans of delight escaped Ann’s lips, for every fingertip her lover traced upon her body felt inexplicably pleasurable. She was all too willing to reciprocate and began kissing a trail down his stomach.

John's muscles tensed at her welcomed touch. He loved feeling her go lower and lower. It tickled in a way, but he refrained from urging her to go faster.

Their thoughts and desires were one as they moved in time with each other, knowing just what would ignite an even deeper, ravenous arousal.

Instinctively, Ann slowed down and slid her tongue along his abdomen, going lower and lower.

John tore off her lingerie. The sound of seams tearing was even more arousing; they couldn’t wait to tear into each other.

Ann held her breath in anticipation.

John shifted so his full weight was on her body.

Their connection could not be denied, and despite having pleased one another so often in their 20 years together, this felt like the first time all over again in such a wondrous place.


MILD excerpt

All excerpts in this column are done in the "MILD" version. Examples of personalization are in pink, such as man's and woman's names, cologne, eye color, etc.

This Mild excerpt comes from Lover's Paradise: Paris as the starring couple, Ann and John, have entered their hotel room on the first night of their vacation:

Ann got into the elevator much too small for two people and their suitcases and ran her fingers over the odd choice of carpet on it walls. She was so entranced with the furry texture that she was surprised and jumped back when the door opened, and a man stepped in. Ann resisted laughing at the comical sight of John striking what he must have surmised was an alluring pose. He was wearing what appeared to be a brand-new leather jacket and sunglasses. Truth be told, he’s still got it, she thought, the same effect he had on me since our first date that 20 years ago.

“Shall we, mademoiselle?”

“You learned some more French?”

“Emphasis on the some. Come on.” He hurried her forward.

The two entered their room hand-in-hand and were finally, blissfully, alone.

Without paying any attention whatsoever to their baggage parked in the corner, nor the boudoir-like ambiance, the delicate orange glow of somber lights, or the bellowing white curtains along the window, Ann began kissing John in welcomed privacy.

“Ooh-la-la, Honey. Now I’m really feeling like we’re in Paris.”

She did a little dance and pulled him close. “You just wait.”

Their connection could not be denied, and despite having pleased one another so often in their 20 years together, this felt like the first time all over again in such a wondrous place.