Love Out Of Lust Series

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Tantalizing Tuesday Teasers - 08/04/2015: Lost In His Eyes

Hi, welcome to another segment of Tantalizing Tuesday Teasers.
This is the first one for August 2015, 
and I'm very excited to do a post for one of my lucky winners from Sunday's takeover - 
Suzanne Mayer.

Congratulations on the Suit Porn Competition during the takeover. This was a little tricky, because I knew it could go either way I wanted, and this pic you sent me may have inspired me to write a piece. Who knows? However, I could only write it in 200 words, being that this event I've been writing for is limited. 

Suzanne, I hope you enjoy the piece. 

To all my peeps of Tantalizing Tuesday, here it is.

Paulina was sitting at a table on the sidewalk café, looking through her tablet as she read her steamy romance story, while enjoying her cup of coffee and a parfait at her favorite coffee shop. It was such a beautiful summer morning; not so hot and humid, just perfect.

While she crossed her finger over her tablet, she was very intrigued by the man in the picture, he was dressed very dapper in a gray three-piece suit with a white shirt and a pink tie underneath. His dark hair was well-groomed and his face had a five o’clock shadow that described very masculine and attractive. If there was anything that really had her mesmerized, it was his piercing blue eyes. Paulina couldn’t help noticing his look of determination. Every thing about him described him in three words – a perfect man.

While she was lost in her tablet, someone stood at her table and set a cup of coffee on the table. Paulina looked up and saw a well-dressed man, who almost looked familiar to the man in her tablet. Could it be him? When he smiled at her, she was suddenly lost in his eyes.

“Hi,” he said, buttoning his blazer.


  1. Nicely done, Ray. He almost felt as nervous as she was.

  2. What a clever engagement, Ray! So much fun to engage your fans in this way! You ought to start your own page for your fans, "Just for You".

  3. Excellently written with perfect use of description