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About the author:
Ava Lee Mosley's stories are for the brave reader who likes: erotic science fiction, alien alpha males who are basically brutes, humorous erotica with awkward aliens and humans, and dark sci-fi erotica with some horror splashed in for flare. Basically, Ava likes aliens, a lot, and she's not afraid to make you laugh one minute and then crap your pants the next.
Oh and she lives and writes in the UK with her rescue cats.
What inspired you to write your book?
I usually come up with awkward situations and couples because I like to see what happens… in this case, I just thought it would be fun to put two characters in a sterile environment and turn up the heat gradually. Of course, there's also the element of being watched… which I find totally hot. Haha.
Here is a short sample from the book:
When Tracy saw the flyer, she was in the cereal aisle of the grocery store, trying to decide whether or not she had enough money to buy a box of Fruit Loops. It was then that the light pink paper on the pin board caught her eye with its title of PAID Research Study— Intense Satisfaction Guaranteed. Tracy lifted an eyebrow and stepped forward, putting the cereal back on the shelf.
“Intense satisfaction?” she murmured to herself as she scanned the paper. “What the hell does that mean?”
Eighteen years of age or older ONLY. Study will consist of two parts: One answering questions with our interviewer, and another will consist of simple physical exercises. If interested, please contact the number below.
Tracy pursed her lips and looked at the man and woman next to the text. They were intensely beautiful, had mesmerizing smiles, and the man on the flyer did something to her, something sweet and something hard, a good combination that made her reach into her pocket to get her phone and snap a photo of the ad. She did have some outstanding bills to pay, after all.
Intense satisfaction, she thought to herself in bemusement. Then she turned around and grabbed the fruit loops from the shelf. She could probably afford them now.