Sunday, April 17, 2016

#ScintillatingSunday "In the white room" CRIMSON SNOW @vampauthormaya #PNR #Erotica

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EIGHT PARAGRAPHS OF PURE SCINTILLATION







CRIMSON SNOW  
By
Maya DeLeina

Excerpt
"In the white room"


He moved in and kissed her passionately as he navigated their way into the house.

The door closed solidly behind them, mechanisms popping and beeping signaling the home's automated alarm system had activated.

They stood in the foyer; a grand staircase leading to different levels of the cube designed house taking center stage. Torn between kissing her and admiring the space, he opened one eye and looked around. White on white monochromatic interior filled his vision. Endless panes of floor to ceiling glass served as the backdrop to the minimalistic modern design of the space.

“Privacy glass?” he asked against her lips.

“Liquid crystal wonderment at your service.”

“Good. I wouldn’t want any of your crazed fans to see you like this.” He pushed her down to the ground by her shoulder. “Get on your knees.”

She moved into position.

From his vantage point, her voluptuous breasts never looked more inviting. It was something in the way she’d been on display for his eyes that held such a nasty rawness that he didn’t know what he wanted more— to be in her mouth or in between those breasts.








Nicholas Jones Whitaker III lives in interesting times.

The year is 2049. He’s a Hollywood actor with a type-casted career of portraying mythical creatures —vampires.

But thirteen years ago, vampires were discovered and no longer creatures of myth, but of reality. The newfound coexistence has vampires inhabiting the synthetic world of Dome City. Annexed as territory of the U.S, humans are granted access to the dome and vampires, now classified as Immortizens, have passage rights outside their world, all under the watchful eye of The Alliance.

Enamored with his vampire portrayals, the Immortizens invite Nicholas to Dome City to participate in a celebrity charity bachelor auction. Marking their first year of dome life, the Christmas event is meant to stimulate the economy and bridge the two races.

Yet when Nicholas realizes his own celebrity crush, Crimson Snow, has her eye on him for the auction; charity is no longer his drive, desire is.

Passions unearth. New experiences rock his world. Where human love has its limits, an Immortizens’ is boundless.

But the invitation is more than meets the eye.

Nicholas holds something unique that he’s about to discover and his gift to the Immortizens for the Christmas season will mark him as their very own St. Nick.





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Multi-published author Maya DeLeina was born and raised on the beautiful and romantic beaches of Oahu, Hawaii. Relocating to Colorado, Maya's crystal blue oceans and powdery white sands were traded for enchanting forests, mystic mountains and golden plains of promise.


Living just on the outskirts of Manitou Springs, the town's history of spiritual healing, eclectic flare, fabled underground tunnels and rumored lore of wizardry and witchcraft rekindled Maya's love for the paranormal, metaphysical and most of all, vampires.

One bite and she was hooked.


With a hint of incense lofting in the air and the majestic Pikes Peak sitting in picture perfect view from her windows, Maya can be found relaxing in the recesses of her comfy couch, sinking her teeth into crafting and weaving seducing and erotic tales of vampires that may or may not roam her beloved town.


One read and you'll be hooked!




WWW.MAYADELEINA.NET





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1 comment:

  1. What amazes me about the paragraph describing the foyer, the stairs, and the woman he is "drooling" over is that I first looked at the picture and thought: Wow. I love that. Then, after reading, I couldn't believe how well the writing and the image matched to create such a vivid picture in my mind that I thought about it long after. Bravo! I want to know--did you write in more after you made the graphic or was it written as is and then you made the graphic? Just curious.

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