Thursday, September 12, 2019

Read an #Excerpt from The Open Door by Laurelin Paige

42734477. sy475 The Open Door
(The Found Duet #2.5)
by Laurelin Paige 
Kindle Edition, 125 pages
Published September 10th 2019 by Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Laurelin Paige comes a new story in her Found Duet series…

I knew JC was trouble the minute I laid eyes on him.

Breaking every rule in my club. I never forget how he made me feel that night. With all the women in that room, all those bodies on display, but his eyes were only on me.

Of course I married him. Now years have passed. Kids have been born. We’re still in love as always, and the sex is still fantastic...

And yet, it’s also not. Like many who’ve been married for a while, I long for the high intensity of those days of the past.

I’ve heard rumors for years about the Open Door. An ultra-exclusive voyeur’s paradise. A place to participate in—or watch—any kind of display you can imagine.

My husband’s eyes would still be on me. And maybe other eyes too. If that’s what we want.

So when an invitation to come play arrives, how could we turn it down?


  “Do you want to go to a kinky sex party?” she asked after I’d been quiet for too long.
  Yes. I did.
  But I didn’t want that to be the wrong answer.
  But I really did want to go. The more I thought about it, the more the fantasy came to life in my head, the more my curiosity bloomed. 
  But what if we went and someone found out? Or someone we knew saw us there?
  I threw myself back with a frustrated sigh. “This is stupid, isn’t it? I shouldn’t even be entertaining the idea.”
  She scowled at me. “Why the hell not?”
  “I’m a respectable woman. I’m a mother of three. I should be responsible.”
  “That’s right, you are a respectable woman.” Her tone was fierce and energized, and I knew before she went on that she was launching into one of her typical passionate Alayna Pierce sermons. “And because you respect yourself, you should give yourself what you want. You should do something for yourself—and your husband. Something that isn’t at all about your identity as a mother. Is that really all you exist for now? To feed and clothe and protect and shuttle around these little humans? Yes, they’re important, but if you start acting like the only part of yourself that you’re obligated to is your motherly side, you’re not going to be any good for them. You need to be a complete person, whole and entire, and, by damn, that means going to a sex party and watching other people kink it up if that’s what fills your cup.”
  She made it sound so easy. Was it really that easy?
  Yeah. I was pretty sure it was.
  I folded my arms and smiled at her. “Thank you. I knew that, but I needed to hear it.”
“And I need you to go to a party and tell me all the details after.”
  I laughed. “I’m still getting up the nerve, but, for sure, if I go, I’ll tell you everything.”
  It was a lie. I’d already made my decision. She was right―if I wanted to go, I should go, and I definitely wanted to go. Not to do anything, but just to check it out. See what all the fuss was about.
 And I would tell Alayna about it, eventually. 
  First, I needed to tell my husband.

Found Duet

About the Author:

Laurelin Paige is the NYT, WSJ, USA Today Bestselling Author of the international sensation, The Fixed Trilogy. She's also written other popular books in the Fixed Universe as well as the Dirty Universe and has cowritten with both Kayti McGee and Sierra Simone.
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