He stops when he catches sight of the perfect girl. “Sky Winter”, her username reads. She has long, blonde waves that go down to her waist, bangs that stop just above her porcelain blue eyes, and rosy cheeks. Her cheeks are so round that you can’t even see her cheekbones.
‘Her skin must feel like a baby’s,’ he gushes.
He can’t keep his eyes off her lips. They look so soft and plushy. He can’t wait to taste them. Not to forget, she has the most defined hourglass waist he’s ever laid eyes on.
He clicks her image, bids $20,000 on her, and tells where and when he’d like to meet if she accepts the bid. It’s a foolish decision. He’s never bidden that high, but he can get his money back when it’s all over, like always. More than that, he has to have her…
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Flower was inspired by a combination of things. My biggest inspirations for this book are American Horror Story (my favorite show) and some celebrity gossip. With this book, I wanted to bring light to problems created in our society by misogyny.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The main antagonist, James, and his family are inspired by "the average American family". Eden, the protagonist, is inspired by the "ideal" form of beauty in today's society. Despite this, the first thing you realize when you start the book is that none of these characters fit their tropes behind closed doors ;).
Between her strained breaths and velvety moans, it’s getting harder for him to contain himself. While pumping in and out of her entrance, he runs his hands through her golden locks. Her moans and gasps grow louder and longer.
She's close too.
He bites his lip and wraps his hands around her throat in a tightening lock. Her fair face begins to redden.
"Don't cum!" he pants.
She croaks: "…I can't hold it any longer!…"
She musters enough air to release one last cry of satisfaction. Then, the passion oozes out from between her thighs.
The relieving bout of ecstasy fades into an abrupt fluster. His unrelenting grip on her throat has gotten so tight, she can barely speak or breathe at this point. She tries to push and slap him off of her, but he continues to slam into her core and strain her windpipes.
His face and the blinding suspended light above them grow blurry. Soon, her struggling subdues and her limbs go numb.
Only when he can watch the life drain out of her despairing blue eyes does he allow himself to release inside of her. He groans with exhaustion and hovers above her, leaning back in to kiss her rosy lips one last time.
"Goodnight, Angel," he whispers to her.
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