Mid-Sex Scene….

I’ve been AWOL of late. Bunch of things… mostly travel and yes, seeing Big Bang…namely G-Dragon… in concert but also, just pretty much worn out.

Oh, and there’s this sex scene between Cole and Jae I’ve been trying to write.

Sex scenes are always troublesome. How long is too long? I mean no one wants to read pages and pages of suck, push and lube. Or at least I don’t. So, I need to balance that intimacy between them.

That’s where I am right now. Balancing. In more ways than one.

So what’s up with all of you? Anything good?

8 thoughts on “Mid-Sex Scene….

  1. Patricia Grayson

    hoping this will be yours as well as my inspiration for writing those challenging, difficult scenes:
    quote from Pablo Neruda, poet:

    “I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you simply, without problems or pride: I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving but this, in which there is no I or you, so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my hand, so intimate that when I fall asleep your eyes close.”

    1. That is very pretty. Ah, I stayed up late with the boys. Hoping that when I read it in a few minutes that they had fun. *grins* We shall see.

      But first apparently Neko needs attention. She is smearing her wet little nose all over me.

    1. Heh… right now, the sex scene is done and I’m off to either have someone cook dinner or killing someone else šŸ˜€

  2. Treasure

    This is very interesting at least to me. I’m feeling sort of compare and contrast.. I’ve just finished reading a romance from an author I’m usually very fond of. But this book was wall to wall fluids, grunts, groans enough to leave me slightly nauseaus and more concerned with cleaning than the plot and character development.

    So I think there is a very delicate balance, most people are more open about themselves, their dreams, desires when the bedroom door is closed so to speak, at lease if they are with a partner they love and trust. So the sex in a book especially a romance can reveal a lot about the character without a lot of exposition. On the other hand books like the one I’ve just finished pull the reader away from the plot and the characters. and at least for me became self defeating I wanted to fall in love with the characters as I had in earlier books from this author. Instead I’m now definitely out of love and feel as though somehow I got cheated, Not kissed if you will

  3. There’s always the… pull back from being cheesy for me. I want Cole’s voice to be a strong one but I can’t make him too flowery. That’s not his style but sex IS where he feels closer to Jae. It’s a place for them to feel intimate and I always want to show them in that place.

    I have to admit, I am usually leery of scenes where the guys say things like suck my dick, yeah take that you bitch, etc. Not that I’ve slept with an aircraft carrier of guys but I’ve not really met someone who says that in bed. And I’ve actually asked some of my guy friends if that kind of talk happens in the bedroom between two guys. One of them told me quite emphatically that if he was in bed with a guy who said those kinds of things, he’d probably kick him out.

    Maybe it’s a relationship thing? That’s not something we’re looking for in the bedroom? I have no idea. All I know is that I’ve got to stretch Jae across the sheets and let Cole have at him for happy time. *grins* And hopefully they have a good time and share something intense between them.

  4. Denni

    Hope your choice was dinner instead of homicide!

    Balance is great, take your time. Judging by your first two books, your instincts are excellent, trust yourself to know when the scene is right!

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