Hello Adam, and thank you for coming with me to visit Literary Lagniappe. Can you tell us about the first time you saw Sera?
Adam: The very first time? She was with her husband, looking over the land where their dream home would be built. I found her extremely attractive, but what could I do? She was married.
And when did things change?
Adam: That would be the first time I saw her after her husband was killed. It wasn’t a very pleasant time for either of us. She was trying to decide if she still wanted to live in the dream home that her husband helped my father’s company to build, or if she wanted to remain in the city where they had lived. Her house had already sold, so she had no choice about moving regardless of what she decided.
I felt all of her hurt, her pain, her confusion. I couldn’t be near her without my head feeling as though it would explode. My father told me the reading of her emotions is a sign that she is my soul mate. I doubted that at first, but the more time I spend with her and her children, the more I believe.
What drew you to her?
Adam: Besides the soul mate connection, it would be her innocence. Yes, she has been married and has two wonderful children, but she is the sweetest person I know. And in a bathing suit, she’s downright sexy. I can’t stop staring at her, wanting to rip the material off and make her mine.
What is your favorite part of her?
Adam: I want to say everything, but it has to be her smile. Considering she’s been so sad and heartbroken, it’s nice to see her happy, even if just for a moment.
And what do you have planned for your relationship with Sera?
Adam: There’s really not much I can do. I just have to wait for her. She keeps telling me she’s not ready to start dating again, but I’m hoping to convince her otherwise. I think it helps that her children are always excited to see me.
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Alien Next Door book 2
By Jessica E. Subject
Erotic Sci-Fi Romance
He fills her with forbidden longing…
Widowed for over a year, Sera longs for the company of her younger, sexier neighbor, the one man she can never have—unless she plans to rob the cradle. It’s too dangerous…
She’s the only one for him…
Adam never wanted to settle down…until Sera. But even when her children give him the green light, he must prove age is an alien concept…
Will Sera give him a chance, or will Adam be left in the cold, never more than her alien admirer?
What is it going to take to convince her I want her? On the ride home, he’d persuaded himself to give up on Sera. Until he’d seen her on the porch. He had to seize what might be his lone opportunity.
“Why do you have such a problem accepting that I’m attracted to you?”
She faced him again, her cheeks glowing with color. “I don’t have a problem with that. In fact, I’m flattered. I have a problem with how much I’m attracted to you, how even on my date, I couldn’t get you out of my head.”
It was all the invitation he needed. Closing the space between them, he held her, pressing his lips to hers. Sera moaned, her body tight against his. She didn’t push him away, instead wrapping her arms around him, running her foot up and down the back of his calf.
He clutched her thighs, pulling her up to straddle his waist. Every moan encouraged him to keep going. He wanted more.
“Inside,” she said in a breathless whisper. “Take me into the house.”
All right! Grasping and fumbling with the handle, he managed to open the door without letting her go. Focused on her in his arms, he shuffled around blindly until his knees met her couch. He laid Sera on the cushion, but she clung to him.
“No, my bedroom. And be sure to close the door.”
Her room? Holy shit! Before that moment, he’d expected several days of trying to win her over before she invited him to her room, if she ever even acknowledged his feelings.
He carried her up the butcher block wood steps, to the bedroom he’d helped build. While he’d helped build every part of the house, the master bedroom remained the one room he hadn’t entered since Sera moved in.
Sacred, just like her body.
Jessica Subject is the author of contemporary and science fiction romance, ranging from sweet to erotica. In her stories, you could meet clones, or a sexy alien or two. You may even be transported to another planet for a romantic rendezvous.
When Jessica isn’t reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk. Fast. But she just may slow down if there is a waterfall nearby.