Xs: The Interview
AUTHOR: JC Clarke
Cover Design: The Graphics Shed
Editor: RE Hargrave
His name is whispered behind the hands of many gossiping women.
The way he pleasures a body leaves you craving his touch, his words, and his breath. The way his eyes bore into yours, you want to look away, but you can’t. He controls every part of your being while you’re in his domain. And when you leave, you feel bereft, but sated.
Who is this man they speak about?
Megan Brayer has the chance to interview this elusive gentleman. Will the answers he gives to her questions satisfy her curiosity?
This is the first book of many short stories. Each story will tell its own little story and can be read as stand alone.
Xs: The Interview is just over six thousand words.
“Not really. Miss Brayer, take away the fact that we have morals, societies, et cetera, and what we’re left with is nothing more than basic human instincts. Animal instincts. Men still like to congregate around a fire. We’re the heads of our households and when it comes to the bedroom, our instincts really come out. Do you know why most women like their hair being pulled?” he asked, and Megan shook her head, trying not to be pulled in by the feral look in his eyes as he gazed at her over the small table. “Because animals bite and pull hair when they’re mating. Nearly all mammals do that. It’s to get a good purchase on their mate for stability and to make sure the female can’t run away to another male. The females also like it because it’s makes them more submissive to the alpha. But we’re getting off track. My point is, being a man, it’s in our DNA to please, to procreate, and to give pleasure. Some men, like me, listen to their bodies, others are just idiots who are out for a quick fuck and that’s it, not even thinking about their partner.”
J.C. Clarke lives in the heart of the New Forest in England with her husband and four children. Never a dull moment, her full house provides no shortage of inspiration which fuels her writing. She loves reading and writing a variety of genres in addition to dabbling with graphic art to create book covers, swag and more.
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