A to Z Challenge – O (AC)

A to Z Challenge

For the challenge, I’m focusing on the A to Z of reading and writing romance novels. This series of posts will contain Adult Content – especially in this post. So, if you’re really young or don’t enjoy dirty things, just don’t read it. No harm, no foul. Otherwise…enjoy. 🙂

imageO is for the Big O

Since my theme this month is essentially an ongoing, mostly raunchy homage to romance/erotica, it should come as no surprise that my o word of the day is orgasm.

Oh come on…you knew we were building up to this, didn’t you? 😉   

We all know that there’s a fair amount of sex (some more raunchy than others) in my favorite genre.  But in case you didn’t know –  in romance novels, sex is very rarely sub-par or even good enough.  Romance novel sex is mind-blowing and addictive for the hero and heroine.  It causes our characters to hurtle to the edge of oblivion as they experience life changing, wake-up-the-neighborhood-level orgasms.

<whew> Makes you wish that romance land accepted visas from us real life people, doesn’t it? 😉


4 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge – O (AC)”

  1. Yes everyone has many wonderful orgasms The problem is how to show this. The old train in the tunnel cliche? shuddering til the bed breaks?

    Gideon looked up into her face, again her eyes shone as blue as the ocean’s depth with flecks of sunlight at the corners, his hands on her hips as she sat astride him, her breasts, pointed cones, dangling out of reach.. She adjusted herself and he slipped his cock into her. Into Phoebe. Yes Phoebe. An old-fashioned name, not a new “modern” one. The name and the woman suited him, a man from another era. He plunged, her energy gripped him, held him, he wanted to remain her prisoner, her low moans like music, but his body craved release and his seed spilled into her. “My dear, oh, my dear.”


    1. oh my…. 🙂 Nice

      Well yes, it is hard to show and not tell in a lot of writing – especially sex scenes. I think that’s partially why there are a few authors that will start with a kiss and then the next paragraph is the next morning. I guess it depends on the characters,the genre, the story, and your audience. Some people don’t want any details, other people want vague stuff, and then some want fully fleshed out (multiple page long) sex scenes, complete with full orgasm description. 😉 Honestly, I think it’s an art – and involves a lot of drafts…or at least that’s been the case with my writing.

      btw – train in the tunnel always makes me giggle. 🙂


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s