I was just like everyone else, only I wasn’t. I just wanted to find someone. But when you grow up in a strict, religious environment, you realize that you need to hide a few facts from your family.
College was no better. The only school I could get into and afford was a lot like home, only worse. Conservative was almost too liberal a word. I hid my true self from everyone, even my dorm mate. I would stay up late at night, after he was asleep, perusing the online classified ads and imagining myself meeting those men.
But one ad really caught my eye. His picture was HOT! He was older and what he wanted was rough, hardly beginner-level stuff, but I wanted it more than anything. I wanted HIM more than anything.
Nervous, I answered his ad.
The next night, I found myself at a sleazy motel, just outside of town, where only the shadiest of characters go. And here I was, just an average guy from suburbia, pure of heart but dirty of mind.
Oh, I had no idea….
SYNDY LIGHT: This was inspired by actual events, involving a friend, although I beefed it all up a bit. Very hot stuff.
She lived on a desert world, just another planet among the hundreds in the known universe. By the age of twenty, she still hadn’t known the touch of a man. Her mother had warned her to stay away from them. All of them. But Bae hadn’t seen her mom in five years. She longed for adventure, rather than living out her life, breaking her back daily for a meager existence. That’s when HE dropped into her life.
Stabler was a bit of a rogue. A pirate, actually. Wanted by the law on a lawless planet.
It was fate that brought them together that day. Well, with a little help from Stabler’s faithful sidekick… But it would be a grand adventure, filled with pirates, evil villains, space battles, robots, buried treasure and aliens, that kept them together. That, and intense burning passion!
SYNDY LIGHT: This was, indeed, inspired by the interracial dynamic of the new Star Wars film, but it quickly veered away into its own story once I got into writing it. The books are semi-linear. I chose to move around a couple of sequences to give each book more of a theme. Book 1 is about virginity and realizing her power. Book 2 is about about growth and backdoor loving. Book 3 is about acceptance of power and all-out sex and action! I think the tentacle-style scene with the Worldtree, the Grand Boom, is one of the more intriguing things I’ve ever written.
Life had gotten away from Norma somehow. Her husband, never a pillar of strength, never even tried anymore. Their son became everything, but now he’s going away to summer camp.
Her son’s best friend had a brute for a father, but his mother… Wow! Paige was tall, beautiful, and confident. Everything that Norma wasn’t. With her kids at summer camp, too, she suggested the girls get together, have some wine, and forget about their cares for a while.
At first, wild fantasies roam through Norma’s mind, but she knows better. She knows nothing will happen.
But this is the suburbs. A lot of things go on behind the closed doors of all of those perfect, and perfectly identical, houses, sometimes. And Norma’s about to find out, first hand, just how naughty things can get!
Syndy Light: I had been thinking about this one for some time. As I drive past houses in the suburbs the first thought that comes to mind is, everything kind of looks the same. The second thing is, I wonder what sort of naughty secrets go in in there? You know that things do.
I also liked the idea of a woman crush coming true and the idea of a man being so devoted to his wife that he would allow her the occasional lesbian fling. Also, that she would repay his trust by including him!