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About the author:
Eda J. Vor is work-from-home novelist, blogger, and toddler wrangler who likes a little feminism in her fiction if only to make women seem a little more like people. She blogs about bias in children’s media, fangirling, motherhood, and adventures in self-publishing on her blog EdaJVor.wordpress.com.
What inspired you to write your book?
I had a dream about a young man and an older woman sitting on a park bench, trying to figure out how to take care of a child who wasn’t theirs. The more I thought about the dream, the more I filled in the blanks until an entire story fell out.
Here is a short sample from the book:
“I couldn’t stop thinking about you this morning,” he said, nipping at her neck. Her dress was unbuttoned down the front. “I almost ran a red light getting home.”
“I think you like me,” she giggled, reaching down into his unbuttoned pants. He groaned, biting his lip, and looked down into her eyes.
“Bunny,” he chided jokingly,”Darlin’,” he said, kissing his way down her sternum. “I don’t just like you.” His bare shoulders grazed the inside of her thighs as he kissed down her abdomen. “I don’t just think you’re beautiful and amazing.” He backed himself up to the end of the couch, one foot on the floor, running his lips over her navel and towards points south, “And so,” he said, burying his face between her legs. “Very,” he exhaled against her most sensitive skin. “Sexy,” she just barely heard him say over the grateful moan that spilled from her lips. He could have been giving her top secret launch codes down there and she wouldn’t have noticed. Maybe he was, she thought, but she wasn’t complaining.