02 November 2012

There’s a first time for everything!

Buy On the Rocks HERE

by Elizabeth Morgan
On The Rocks is a story that contains many firsts for me. It’s the first short story I have ever written, and the first that is purely erotic. It is my first – of many, I do hope – story to be published with the awesome Decadent Publishing, and the first story I have created with two leading ladies.

I have to admit, I was slightly nervous when I began working on this story. All my books up to now have had a male and a female lead, so it was most unusual for me to get into the mindset of writing two female leads, but I have to say that I found it both refreshing and challenging.

I know many women worry about their male leads being too feminine, or too macho, and quite frankly I personally find that it can be the same struggle when writing women, especially when one of the females needs to take the lead in the relationship. I wanted the right balance in their individual roles, and in their relationship. I wanted everything to be natural, and to fit despite the otherworldly touches laced throughout.

But once I began writing, those details just slid in to place, and as always, worry disappeared the moment the story started to take form.

I have to say that although, On the Rocks is sexy and twisted, I absolutely loved working on it. I had an indecent amount of fun writing it. So much so, that I plan to write another f/f story in the near future.

Interested in winning a copy? All you have to do is leave a comment to this post and on November 8th I will pick a winner with the help of Random.org
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On the Rocks is the hottest club on South Padre Island, and Meghan’s new workplace.
If the warped mermaid uniform isn’t enough, the fact that she can’t stop thinking about the club’s singer, Zenzie, is. Everything about the female gets Meghan hot, but when she finally gets her shot with the temptress, it turns out Zenzie isn’t as perfect, or as human, as Meghan thought.  
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   Her warm breath skated down my neck causing a shiver to curl around my spine. She straightened then slid her hands through my hair. My eyelids fluttered at the feel of her fingertips stroking over my temples and along my hairline.
   “I saw you watching us.”
   I stared at her. “Excuse me?”
   “Do you like watching?” She retrieved a few items from the vanity table, twisted two sections of my hair, and pushed the hair clips into place. “It’s all right. You can tell me, Meghan.”
   My body tightened at the husky way she said my name. The knot between my legs pulsed under her piercing stare. I had no idea how, or even why she managed to get under my skin, but God, I wanted her.
   “I’m not a pervert or anything.”
   “I know you’re not.” She slid a chain of small red flowers into the black mass of my hair.
   “I just heard a noise. I guess my curiosity got the best of me.” I shifted on my seat. “I’m sorry—”
   “Don’t be. I liked you watching.”
   My nails dug into my knees as her hands moved down my throat. Her skin like satin—her touch, soft. She ran her fingertips over the top of my breasts.
   “I would have asked you to join us, if you hadn’t run.” Her gaze caught mine again while she slid her hand inside my skin-tone bra. “Will you run now, or will you do what we both know you want to do?”
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Elizabeth lives in a small country village in Cheshire, England, with two cats. You will always find her on the computer, blasting music and writing away. She started life wanting to be an actress because she loved performing. She enjoyed nothing more than being able to make people laugh, to distract them from reality for a few hours. She studied Musical Theatre in college, but during her second year, her mind started to overflow with ideas for scripts and she began writing plays. Slowly over the following three years, she was writing more and more, channeling her imagination into more detailed manuscripts...

Here she is, years later, hiding away like a hermit, writing like crazy and loving every minute of it.

Where to find Elizabeth Online:


  1. Elizabeth, Congrats on your new release. I love stories that are firsts for authors. Makes them that much special, and fun to write. ;)

    Many sales to you!
    jessicasubject.writer AT gmail DOT com

    1. Thanks, Jessica! It certainly does. :-) Thank you for stopping by!

  2. Congrats on the new release. I like reading F/F books.This one sounds really good.

    1. Thank you, elaing8, and thanks for stopping by. I had a lot of fun writing this lil' number. :-D

  3. It's good to try new things, I think. It's always a challenge doing something new - but how cool does it feel when you succeed?

    Congrats on the release, Elizabeth! :)

    1. I agree, and if feels damn good. Completing a book is honestly one of the best feelings in the world, and having people enjoy it is even better.

      Thanks, hun! And thank you for stopping by. :-)

  4. Thank you, ladies, for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I am happy to announce that with the help of random.org the winner is . . . Lucy! Congratulations! You should have an email waiting for you!