This week’s excerpt for Weekend Writing Warriors comes from my short story, “Steakhouse Love.” (Follow the link for the Warriors’ website, where you’ll find a list of other writers showcasing their great writing.)
Before we go further, let me say that my story is a work of erotic fiction, and it intended for adult readers who are 18 years and older. All characters in the story are over the age of 18, and the story includes explicit descriptions of sex.
A little background: This story follows three couples as they dine in a steakhouse and act on their lust in different ways. Two of the couples pull off wickedly fun activities in the steakhouse itself, while the third couple carries their passion back to their hotel. True to the cover of the story, one couple (Joy and Jason) slips into the ladies room for some adventurous fellatio. The other couple (Malcolm and Samantha), just as adventurous, gets frisky right at their table in the restaurant as Malcolm stealthily slides his fingers into her and gives her pleasure while others around them keep eating their dinners. Margaret does pick up on the sexiness afoot (and ahand), and it inspires her to fire up the passion with her husband, Hank.
Now for the excerpt (just a teensy bit over the 8-sentence limit):
A waiter pops out of thin air. Her foot pauses on Malcolm’s growing bulge. Just like in a game where someone yells, “Freeze!” and everyone tenses. The waiter offers buttery greetings. To Samantha’s disappointment, he’s rather plain and doesn’t inspire flirtation that would’ve made Malcolm jealous and really forget all about the chick at the bar. But maybe flirting with the waiter would not have been the smartest strategy. It had backfired in the past.
“I’ll start with a house salad,” Samantha says. “Then the petite filet.” For some reason, she adores how the word petite sounds. “Medium rare. And the asparagus with sauce.”
Want more excerpts? Find a couple more at my previous blog post about my story.
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“Steakhouse Love” is a work of erotic fiction, and it contains 12,069 words.