Thursday, 3 October 2013

Tabitha Rayne is in the House!

Babes in the Woods

Ooo I’m excited to be here Emmy – especially after just reading The Pearl Necklace by Geraldine O’Hara and the awesomely sexual The Virgin by Harlem Dae – Phew!

Emmy and I share some Babalicious friends - The Brit Babes – 8 erotic authors – for some hot reading pleasure check us out here.

I have always loved being in forests, near babbling brooks with the sound of crows hanging in the air. There’s something so magical about being out by yourself among nature feeling small and awestruck with the thrill of knowing you’re never quite alone out there... 

A lot of the saucy action in my new book, Taking Flight, takes place in forests, up against trees, strung between trees, around campfires, splashing about in the river... and more. I think you might guess my deep love of forests and such like. From reading Hansel and Gretel to Goldilocks, to Little Red Riding Hood – there’s always been something scary yet alluring about the woods... only now I’m all grown up, the adventures include more sensual thrills.

So my I’m hoping one day I’ll have a real adventure with the Brit Babes in the Woods - talking about literature of course!

Here’s some bits and bobs about my new book – I hope it whets your appetite for a big old outdoors sexual adventure…

Taking Flight by Tabitha Rayne

They travelled on through the woods. Deborah was now dry apart from her inner thighs, where her pussy was dripping desire from its swollen lips. She was shaking involuntarily and every now and again a yelp of excitement bubbled into her chest, then throat. The sound always elicited a hard look from her leader which Deborah held on to in her mind. At last, they came to a clearing not unlike the one where the camp was, but smaller and more sheltered. Sun streamed in through the generous canopy of silver birch and cascaded onto the spongy floor.
‘Pass me your clothes and drop to your knees.’
Deborah did as she was bid and watched through hooded lids as Hazel felt along the hem of her skirt and pulled it apart roughly. The tearing sound carried and bounced off the tree trunks as the garment was shredded into strips. Hazel chose two trees with branches just above head height. She knotted several of the strips and tied them around the branches. The fabric hung limply as Hazel came to Deborah and pulled her to her feet, dragging her to the gap between the mighty trunks. She clasped one wrist and held it high, tying it to one of the bindings, pulling tight but not uncomfortably. Then the other arm was secured. Deborah’s body rushed with adrenalin as she looked up at her bound wrists then down over her stretched-out body. She arched her back to see her breasts lift into the shafts of sunlight that slashed across them. It was like being in a surreal and heightened dream.
Hazel stood before her as if considering what to do next. ‘I think I’ll leave your feet free this time,’ she said and cast a lascivious gaze over her subject.
Goosebumps rose over Deborah’s skin where Hazel’s eye trailed. She could feel it; she could feel the tiny hairs on her flesh pucker and strain to meet the gaze of the mighty woman before her. Deborah didn’t know if she was glad or not about having her legs and feet free. She wanted to be restrained and spread, but she was feeling incredibly exposed and decided she was grateful for this gesture.
‘I will be back,’ whispered Hazel, leaning in to tip Deborah’s face up to hers with one hand. With the other, she cupped Deborah’s mound and parted her rudely, slipping a finger inside. It happened so quickly, Deborah had to wonder if it had happened at all. Then she was gone...

Blurb for Taking Flight

“Find me at the meeting point. We are more than the physical.”

Four generations from now, toxins are ravaging the land and the future of mankind is in peril. The surviving men are being rounded up and taken to holding facilities. Research scientist, Dr Deborah Regan is hoping to stabilise the decreasing male population before her lover, Marcus becomes one of those taken away.

When the authorities come looking for Marcus, Deborah abandons her research to go on the run with her lover. They flee to the forests where they stumble across a couple who are intent on finding an ultimate sexual union where at the point of climax their spirits break free from their bodies and unite. Plunged into a life of lust and survival, Deborah soon realises she can easily slip into this trancelike state and she and Marcus set out to create a transcendent bond of their own. Can they achieve the ultimate unity before fate separates them for good?

An erotic dystopian fantasy following a young couple trying to elude capture and separation.
The prequel to A Clockwork Butterfly.

Buy Links for Taking Flight
Buy links for A Clockwork Butterfly

Tabitha Rayne has been told she is quirky, lovely and kinky – not necessarily in that order or by the same person. She writes erotic romance and as long as there’s a love scene – she’ll explore any genre.
Her short stories are included in anthologies from Xcite, Oysters & Chocolate, Cleis, Ravenous Romance, Mischief, and House of Erotica. She has novels with Beachwalk Press and Xcite Books.

Thank you so much for having me today, Emmy x x x

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