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Monday, January 21, 2013

Who me?

They call me Shy Hotness and then expect me to write a blog all about myself? Crazy bitches, but I love 'em anyway and will give you a little glimpse into my crazy life. I’m Sky Robinson and I write smutty romance.

I have a thing for very alpha, very strong, and very smart men, and the women tough enough to tame them. I like to dabble in different areas of erotic romance. Bermuda Triangle has a very sexy m/m/f ménage, Double Dare has lots of exhibitionism and voyeurism, and Going All In is filled with one-on-one sweaty, hot, Vegas-style fun. What can I say? I get bored easily and like to play with a lot of different topics. 

A little about me... I started off working as a lifeguard, then a cocktail waitress, Forest Service Aid, and finally a teacher. I taught special education until I decided to stay home with my first little guy and quickly learned that being a stay at home mom was not for wimps. I took up writing again, needing a break from Elmo and Barney and cleaning the house. Did I mention I hate to clean?
Now most of my time is spent chauffeuring kids, working in my garden, making wine, and of course drinking it. I’m an excellent cook, I love to bake, and am a runner…but only so I can eat more of the good stuff I make without the guilt.

Well, that's enough about me for now. I know you're more interested in the sexy men I write so I'm going to leave you all with a smutty excerpt from my latest release, Caribbean Heat, and don't forget to leave a comment and/or subscribe to the blog so you'll be in the running for a $100 Amazon card. Details at the bottom of the post. 

His face was inches from hers, eyes intent, studying. She couldn’t breathe, couldn’t think about anything other than how badly she wanted him. She wanted to know how good his lips pressed against hers could feel. If it was going to happen, this was a perfect place, no one could see, no one would know.
“Ummhmm.” Sierra swallowed hard and moved closer, inviting him, needing him, not knowing if he had any interest in her, but hoping like hell he did.
Jack answered that question quickly, closed the distance between them and pressed his lips against hers softly.
Sierra parted her lips, inviting him in, wanting him to taste her. He didn’t hesitate, his tongue teasing, tasting, twirling with hers. Heat pooled between her legs. Damn, the man could kiss.
It seemed so natural, so easy, kissing Jack like this.
Sierra let her own tongue explore the heat of his mouth, tangle with his, and the pulsing need between her legs amplified. God, she wanted this man.
Jack’s hands ran down the bare skin of Sierra’s back, pulling her closer. She wrapped a hand around his neck and ran her fingers through his hair and held on tightly as the lust coursed through her.
She’d heard women talk about kissing a man and it making their toes curl, but she hadn’t experienced it until this moment. It was like some kind of drug and she couldn’t get enough.
Jack pressed his lips to hers again and again and wetness rushed to her opening. She wanted him, needed his cock inside her so damn bad.
“Sierra.” The one word was growled as he pulled her on top of him. Her sex pressed against his hard-on and another surge of wetness dampened her cunt. She pulsed herself against him, searching for relief from the surging need but finding higher levels of torment instead. She couldn’t breathe, couldn’t think straight, couldn’t focus on anything but the pleasure his touch gave her.
His hand moved up to her breast, brushed along the sensitive skin, and a shiver of lust shot through her. He grasped her whole breast in one hand and pinched the nipple between two fingers. and a shock of lust shot through her.
Something flicked against her foot but Sierra ignored it. She wanted only to focus on the sensations Jack caused, but the annoying thing flicked against her foot again and she looked back.
Hol-y shit.

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  1. The only reason to take up running is so you can eat yummy food without feeling guilty! LOL! Nice excerpt! Now I need to get the book to find out what was flicking her foot.

    1. I'm glad we agree on that very important topic :) And hope you enjoy the book!

  2. Sky...that book sounds SUPER hot!!!And I agree..I had to stop running before my daughter was born, but I'm trying to get back into it..Its a shame I can't type...read..and run at the same time! I would get so much more done AND start taking these pounds off!! LOL!!

  3. Thanks Nikki! Getting back into running is the hardest thing and multitasking would be awesome. I used to do stationary bike and paper edits all the time.

  4. I, too, was a SPED teacher until staying home with my two youngest!

    I get bored easily as well, and I think we could hire someone to share to clean for us!

    Running, however, is not something that suits me. I fall off of a treadmill. Not kidding...so, yeah...


    HOT HOT HOT excerpt!! Thanks for sharing it, and for coming out of your shell!


    1. Hi Jenna! I'm all in on sharing a cleaning person...as they don't get worn out easily.

  5. Making your own wine sounds like some fun! That was one HAWT excerpt!!!! Right now I'm a stay at home mom, only there's a catch..the only child at home is the furry one. :) House cleaning isn't one of my favorite things to do. I think it's something that men invented.
    luvfuzzzeeefaces at yahoo dot com

    1. Men for sure invented and then made sure they never had to take part in the house cleaning. And wine making is definitely fun, not as fun as the wine drinking, but provides an excuse for plenty of that.

  6. LOL! Great intro, Shy Sky ;) How neat that you make your own wine! Do you grow your own grapes or start with ones others have grown? And I'm not much of a cleaner either... would MUCH rather spend my time reading ;)

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

    1. I haven't actually done grape wine because my grape vine died the summer I started making wine. I do raspberry and strawberry and apple mostly.

      Reading is much more important than cleaning :)

  7. Being a stay at home mom can be one of the hardest jobs ever, I applaud you for that. I personally don't have any kids but some of my friends and relatives are and boy, when they call for a ladies night out, they really need one :)

    Eva aka Vixen Hottie