Until he meets Angel.
She is the girl of his dreams, brought to life as a bewitching goddess, ready to engage in every sensual delight. Quickly lured into submission by Angel’s seductive charms, Dean is ready to surrender his heart and soul to this provocative beauty.
Until he meets Marcie . . .
The Cruise – All That Glitters is available now
Thank you, Laurie, for hosting me today on Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews with my adult parody, The Cruise – All That Glitters. Written from the male point of view, The Cruise is a twisting satire about an unabashedly shameless single guy hoping to find romance—or his version of it—on board a cruise ship.
When most people hear the word “romance” they typically think of a starry-eyed girl conjuring up visions of princes on white horses, fairytale weddings, and happily-ever-after endings. Well, I have news for you . . .
In The Cruise-All That Glitters, you’ll meet Dean, a confident, self-assured bachelor with a full head of hair, a bursting libido, and a suitcase full of lustful expectations. Add to that a lascivious imagination unaffected by the proprieties of social decorum, and you have my main man Dean. Fair warning—he’s a real piece of work.
Driven more by his carnal urges than rational perspective, Dean heads to the high seas hoping for the opportunity to fulfill his fantasy of scoring with as many women as possible. In this humorous romp down the considerably bumpy road of adult romance, Dean meets two very different women, both of whom make him reconsider his irreverent and unconventional assessment of life in the raw lane.
In the following excerpt, Dean is chatting with travel agent Debby. As she explains the usual vacation options, Dean quickly realizes that none of them offer access to the mother lode—an abundance of sexy women to explore and plunder. Quickly losing interest, he is nearly ready to give up, until Debby makes a suggestion . . . a
Jaye Frances is the author of The Kure, a paranormal-occult romance novel, The Possibilities of Amy, a coming-of-age romance novella, The Cruise-All That Glitters, a humorous adult satire about looking for love at sea, and The Beach, a sci-fi fantasy about a man who is given the opportunity to receive his ultimate wish and lives to regret it. Her next book, scheduled for a November release, is titled Love Travels Forever, a collection of poignant short stories and essays. She is also a featured columnist for the NUSA SUN magazine. Born in the
Midwest, Jaye readily admits that her life’s destination has been the result of an open mind and a curiosity about all things irreverent. When she’s not consumed by her writing, Jaye enjoys cooking, traveling to all places tropical and “beachy” and taking pictures—lots of pictures—many of which find their way to her website. Jaye lives on the central gulf coast of , sharing her home with one husband, six computers, four cameras, and several hundred pairs of shoes. For more information, visit Jaye’s website at www.jayefrances.com, or Jaye’s Blog at http://blog.jayefrances.com Florida
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