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Monday, May 20, 2013

A Buck A Book & WIN A Nook with Casea Major!!




Attention Backward Momentum readers! Decadent Publishing has a great promotion going on now - A Buck A Book WIN A Nook! You can get ebooks for only $1 from great authors. Plus, you can enter to WIN the draw for a Nook 7" HD Tablet. 

The total value of the ebooks is around $48, so you will be saving 75% if you buy all of them. Prices of the ebooks on sale range from $2.99 to $5.99, so $1 is a HUGE deal! Here is the list: 

Awaken the Demon--Shiela Stewart 
The Naughty Angel-- Shiela Stewart
Daughter of Lust--Ann Mayburn
Amber Moon--Ann Mayburn
Night With a Dom--Casea Major
White Wedding--Ursula Sinclair
Something Blue--Ursula Sinclair
Last Request--Arlene Webb
Falling For Water--Arlene Webb
The One he Chose--Wendy Burke
Respite- Wendy Burke
Senator Mine--Kerry Adrienne

They are already marked down on Amazon, Decadent Publishing, Smashwords, and ARe, and will be until 7/1.



Now, please welcome Casea Major, whose story Night With a Dom is one of the ebooks on sale.

Oral Sex – Taboo or Mainstream 
Guest Blog by Casea Major 

Thank you for having me as a guest today in your lovely virtual home.

When I was growing up in the 1980's oral sex was hush-hush never spoken of in polite society. Nowadays, it seems more widely accepted and in some cases even expected. Especially in erotic romance.

In my reading, I've found an exorbitant amount of oral sex. In the m/f romances I read, more than three quarters have some depiction of oral sex and that includes the mainstream non-erotic. Generally in the stories, the male is the giver and the female the receiver. But this flies in the face of actual statistics.

According to a survey done on AskMen.com -- The numbers on how many men have received oral sex from a woman and given oral sex to a woman in the past year show a perturbing discrepancy. It seems that men in nearly every age category are more likely to receive oral sex from their female partners than to give it. Only the 18- to 24-year-olds are tipping the oral scales in the other direction, offering more mouth action than their female counterparts. It goes without saying that a woman getting enough oral sex is a happier woman, and all the more willing to reciprocate. Read more: http://www.askmen.com/daily/sex_tips_400/418_sex-stats-you-can-use.html#ixzz1pacP9Y7n

In my release with Decadent Publishing, Night with a Dom, my heroine strongly desires oral sex – an act her ex-boyfriend had been unwilling to perform. But on her New Year's Eve 1Night Stand, Mel gets more than she bargains for with Dominc, her date and Dom for the evening.

So tell me, how do you feel about oral sex in life and literature? Do you mind pitching or catching?


Night with a Dom by Casea Major 

Melody Manning’s workaholic ambition, coupled with a slave-driving former boss, has made her the youngest market analyst in her firm. It’s also killed her personal life, including losing her fiancĂ©. When she receives a message from him on New Year’s Eve announcing his engagement to another woman, Mel loses it. Her new, more compassionate boss has the perfect solution for her—get laid. Good and laid.

At his suggestion, she signs up with the 1Night Stand service, listing her deepest sexual desires on the application. A speedy response from Madame Eve has Melody on her way to Sonoma Valley wine country and a one-night stand with a mysterious Dom.

The sexy, masked Master promises to get to the bottom of her guilt and provide ultimate satisfaction under the safety of his stern hand. After an emotional night of submission and uninhibited passion, will her lover’s unmasking lead to the end of their encounter or give Mel another chance at love?

Major Love ~~~ Major Romance 

Prior to becoming a writer of romantic fiction, Casea Major worked in the legal field for a non-profit dispute resolution company for ten years. She is now a full-time mom to three preschool children with whom she and her husband live happily...most of the time. When she isn't chained to her laptop, she enjoys Cary Grant movies and crocheting.




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8 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

Oh, I never really thought about that, but yes, most of the time, it is the male giving to the female. Hmmm... Great post!

Kary said...
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Casea Major said...

Jessica, I think about this stuff all the time but only because I have to for my stories. That's the only reason. LOL thanks for hosting me today.

Daryl Devore said...

I try to get both my characters to reciprocate :-)

D'Ann said...

In my books, it's usually him on her, but sometimes it's the opposite. It depends.

Ella Quinn - Romance Novelist said...

I usually include oral sex in my books. What I didn't know, probably because in the '80's I was already married and had a child, was that it was a taboo subject. It wasn't that way in the late '60's and '70's. Tweeted.

Brenda said...

I try to include at least one scene where the heroine is giving...well, you get the idea, lol--to the hero. And almost all my sex scenes include the hero going dow--again you get the idea, lol--on the heroine.

Lacey Wolfe said...

Thanks for the giveaway.
And I love a good oral sex scene, giving or taking. Its hot to read.

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