A sensual, romantic short story about an unusual Alpha male and his naughty quirks. [3,500 words]
Nikki thinks she’s found the perfect man in the form of her handsome, sophisticated work colleague David. He’s intelligent, funny, and devastatingly desirable Alpha male in a traditional and slightly old-fashioned English way.
But even though she knows that he fancies her, it takes forever for him to make a move. And when he does, he issues a tantalising warning… he tells her that he’s a ‘pretty weird bloke’.
Nikki guesses that this is something to do with his preferences as a lover, but she’s up for an adventure. Even so, his interest in a certain part of her anatomy - and certain wickedly ‘testing’ things he’d like to do to it - is as unsettling as it is dangerously exciting.
Can she channel her inner daring and handle David’s weirdness… and walk on the wild side with him into dark, seductive pleasure?
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About the Author
Portia Da Costa is a SUNDAY TIMES best-selling British author of romance, erotic romance and erotica, whose short stories and novels have been published in the UK and elsewhere since 1991. She loves creating stories about sexy, likeable people in steamy, scandalous situations, and has written for various publishers over the years, including Black Lace, HQN, Spice Briefs, Samhain Publishing, Carina Press and a good many others. Though her best known titles are mainly contemporary erotic romance, she also enjoys writing super hot Victorian historical romance, and erotic paranormals. She’s even turned her hand to a bit of erotic sci-fi and horror on occasion.
In 2012, her Black Lace contemporary erotic romance IN TOO DEEP, reached Number #5 in the Sunday Times paperback fiction chart, with only books by E L James and Sylvia Day outselling her!
When Portia isn't writing she's usually to be found loafing around watching the television or reading a wide variety of fiction and non fiction. She lives in the heart of West Yorkshire in the UK, with her long suffering husband and their four beloved cats: siblings Mork and Mindy, cranky but lovable Felix, and Monsieur Le Prince, a rescue cat from France.