Starlight Seduction

Can a fanciful free spirit seduce a stuffy scientist?

After unexpectedly crashing into the tall hunk of brains and brawn, Aurora abandons her assigned task in favor of her first attempt at seduction. Prodded on by her outrageous sister, the sexually innocent and usually shy Aurora boldly makes her move.

Boarding a cruise ship bound for Hawaii, astronomer Charles Morgan is entranced by the whimsical beauty who propositions him in the most amazing way. Would he like to have sex with her? Does the sun shine and the galaxy spin?

A night full of lust and stars, dusted with a hint of magic, just might bring these two unlikely lovers together for their own big bang.

Starlight Seduction is a lighthearted, sexy romp of 24,000 words. Heat level is hot and includes one explicit sex scene.

BONUS: Award Winning short story erotica, Innocent Corruption, also included.

Previously published as Sex and Solar Flares with Ellora’s Cave.

About the Book


“If everyone will look to the side of Gemini and Taurus, we have a widely recognized constellation. Anyone know what that is?”

“Orion!” Several voices responded.

“That’s right. Orion the Hunter. These four stars make up his body.” Charles reluctantly relinquished his grasp on Aurora and pointed to the stars. Her softly mewed protest went straight to his groin. “This bright star located at his knee is Rigel. It’s the seventh brightest star in our nighttime sky. And there’s the Orion Nebula, which is below his belt in the sword. It’s—”

“Is it true that it wasn’t his sword at first? But his penis?”

“Hazel! How could you?” Mabel complained.

“I’m so embarrassed!” wailed Harriet.

“Grow up, girls. Penis, vagina, breasts, buttocks…everybody here knows who’s got what and where it goes.”

“Oh lordy…”

“Professor Charles? His sword?” Hazel asked again.

Aurora’s hands left the side of his hips, and under the cover of his suit jacket she slipped her fingers into his front pockets. Sweat beaded his upper lip. He wanted to remove his jacket but didn’t dare. Dark or not, the bulge in his pants was sure to draw attention, and all this talk of penises certainly wasn’t helping. “Well, ah, yes. When the constellations were first identified, it was before man had fashioned steel swords. I have heard that Orion’s sword was originally considered…” His heavy, throbbing dick. “His, uh, phallus. Moving on—”

“Are there any other planets out tonight?” Saved by the man in the white suit. The captain had procured a pair of binoculars and was staring intently at the sky.

“None that we can see. Uranus just set, right before we came out, but it can’t be seen by the naked…” After allowing them to linger in his pockets only a moment, Aurora pulled her hands free. What next? Her fingers crawled across his hips and met in the center, tracing down the outline of his buttocks. Then she brought them up the seam of his pants—in between his ass cheeks!—setting off all kinds of nuclear reactions in his own sword. The laser pointer jerked in his hand, abruptly shifting to another part of the sky.

Eye!” he choked out on an unmanly scream. “Naked eye.” Naked? Gulp. Butt clenching, Charles marshaled his breathing, his concentration being spun out past the Pinwheel Galaxy. “Umm, just south of Orion’s, ahem, sword, is Lepus the Rabbit.”

Quick as a bunny, her hands left the crevice of his ass and snaked around into his front pockets again. Then they zoomed south. The thin material lining the inside of his pockets did nothing to dull the touch of her fingers gliding against his length, pressing around him, measuring, investigating. Thank God he’d left his jacket on. When her just slightly hesitant touch ventured over the swollen head of his penis, Charles couldn’t hold back a groan.

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