Rebecca Roth, an author of erotic romance novels, writes from experience. Except her latest book is about something she has never experienced--a ménage a trois
Seeking to expand her horizons, she visits a popular cocktail lounge and runs into Kevin MacCloud, a man's man and a woman's Lothario. Sparks fly between them. She wants him, and the feeling is mutual, but she needs a second lover.
She remembered that morning's conversation with Zoe, her personal assistant.
"Are you out of your mind? You are the queen of erotic romance. You already write the absolute best, most incinerating sex scenes in the business. I fail to understand why you feel this need go out and pick up two strangers for a one-night stand of consensual sex. You're too good for that."
She scratched the top of her head, where the chestnut brown roots had begun to show through her blonde-in-a-bottle hair. "Let me get this straight. I'm too good to have two lip-smacking men of my choice fawning over me while they fuck me to the stars. Sounds pretty spectacular to me. Maybe I'll go for a ménage a quatre. That might send me to the next galaxy. Though I can see where that could get cumbersome to put on paper."
"It's not the act itself, Becca. It's the tawdry way you intend to bring about your dalliance, going to singles bars and night clubs, picking up strangers. I still don't know why you need to do this."
She shook her head. "We've discussed this, Zoe. I'm modern single woman, it's my effing birthday, and though my libido is as large as the Atlantic Ocean and growing, I haven't been laid in eons."
"Oh, yeah? What's an eon to you? And tell me, why must your sex partners be strangers?"
"Two months is an eon. And my sex partners, as you so coolly call them, must be strangers for three reasons. First, though threesomes are probably written about more than they happen, when they do happen, it's ten times more likely to happen with strangers. Second, many women fantasize about sex with a stranger or, in this case, two strangers. Third, if I didn't use strangers, who would I use, my publisher's husband and my ex? Having a ménage a trois is my business alone, and that's why I have to use strangers to do this. Have you ever thought about the reasons my love scenes are so arousing and titillating?"
Zoe's brow furrowed. "Because you're a fabulous writer."
She smiled at the compliment. "More like a good writer, with a fabulous memory. Getting around a lot in my younger years, I gathered a ton of scorching memories. Zoe, those memories, those experiences, are what fuels my sex scenes."
"Well, can't you just extrapolate your experiences to accommodate a second lover?"
"I thought about that. I probably could project what it would be like from two to three men, but one man to two is a huge jump. My book is nearly complete, and I need to do this to finish it. I'm going before I chicken out. This is not easy to do, you know. Now, if you don't mind, I have a beauty appointment to get these roots bleached. I plan to get laid tonight, come Hell or high water."
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About the Author
Dee has been writing saucy romance stories and novels for eight years. At this time, he has forty titles available.
Dee & his lovely wife currently reside in Cave Creek, Arizona, where he writes a novella every three to four months and a novel every six months.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Talk about inspiration! Dee Dawning’s Naked Research, a scorching hot ménage-a-trois, was the first erotic romance I ever read—and the quickest! But that’s because I simply couldn’t put it down. I bet you won’t either. Rebecca Roth is on a mission: find men to have sex with. This shouldn’t be a problem for a bold, attractive, sexy writer of erotic romance. Except she needs two lovers at the same time. Her next novel is a ménage a trois and, as Rebecca only writes from her own sexual experience and she's never done it with multiple partners, she finds herself having to do "naked research." Enter Kevin, whom she picks up at a bar, and Vince, his roommate who has no problem sharing. They are gorgeous men, with bedroom skills that drive Rebecca wild with delight and multiple orgasms. But she’s made it clear this is a one-night stand—she refuses to get involved, to put her heart in jeopardy again, especially with two men she’s come to care for in just one night. But when an unforeseen problem arises with her writing, Rebecca must decide whether she can return to them for more “research” without getting her heart broken. All the elements of a great erotic romance come together in Naked Research. The plot is fun and well developed, with several unexpected twists to keep you turning pages. The characters come to life immediately, sympathetic and sensual. With men who are hot, hunky, and intelligent—Kevin’s a literary agent, Vince an architect—and a heroine who is strong-willed and sexy, yet vulnerable, the book promises to more than satisfy the reader’s sexual fantasies. And did I mention the smokin’ hot sex? These scenes are so steaming they will make you reach for your significant other or run for a cold shower. I’m heating up now just remembering them. This book did, in fact, inspire me—not to do “research” of my own, but to write an erotic romance. Perhaps it will inspire you as well, in…other ways. Regardless, you will not be disappointed if you indulge in some Naked Research.
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Dede is looking for a threesome so she can put the experience in her book. She finds it in Kevin and Vince. Afraid she may fall for them she quickly and quietly leaves them. Kevin and Vince want her back. Miserable without them, Dede decides to find two more men but she learns she only wants them. What is she to do? Will they take her back? I enjoyed Naked Research. It's funny. It's sexy. I love Dede's mouth. She comes out with some of the wildest talk. I loved it. Nothing gets by her and she has an opinion on everything. I loved her. She is a great heroine. I liked Kevin and Vince. I liked their persistence. I loved their deli owners, Gerta and Saul. They are the best secondary characters I have met. Naked Research is humor used right in a romance. Totally delightful and fun!