Published April 23, 2010 by Cobblestone
Trey Cano has never called a 900 number in his life but after his friends from the bachelor party decide to bail, he decides to call her. What starts off as a courtesy call turns into a wild fantasy sparked by a woman he's never seen, but her voice drives him wild.
Elle Dupree has a dirty little secret no one in the firm knows, she works a phone sex girl in the evenings. One night she receives a call from a man named Beck. It's too bad the man she wants isn't the one talking dirty, or is he?
Surfing the web during the mother of all disasters of a football game and came across this little gem. This smoldering, liquid fire hot little short that was nearly too much to handle.
Trey is hosting a bachelor party for his best friend. No strippers though. The bride wouldn't approve. So the guys get him the next best thing, an hour with a phone sex operator. Unfortunately the guy's a sweetheart and declines that as well. The rest of the group all have women so no need to spend money on a voice when they've got a willing woman at home.
Trey decides to dial her anyway, let her know the plans have changed and apologize since she's obviously counting on the money she would have made from the call. But then her voice comes across the line and the man is hooked, line and sinker.
And oh my damn. It gets goooood!
And I not on the norm with phone sex in my books whatsoever. The last, and only, I even remember was in To Tempt A Wolf by Colette Denee. Insanely good book by the way.
It is highly overpriced at $3.99 for a 10,000 words story but oh so worth it! I will say that I found Belle's (Elle)dirty talk on the vulgar side while Breck's (Trey) was far more sensual. Then again, it isn't so much what they say, as it is what they imagine.
To read an excerpt, which includes the setting that leads up to the excerpt above, visit All Romance Ebooks.