Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Switching Sides by Beth Wylde
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Beth Wylde currently lives in Virginia with her husband and 3 children. She's been writing for years but only recently decided to submit her stories to be published. Her first release was in April of 2006 so she's fairly new to the business but her reviews have been top notch. She writes both paranormal and lesbian erotica.
She loves to hear from her readers. You can e-mail her at email@example.com
Check her website,
http://beth-wylde.tripod.com often for more updates on this up and coming author.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Elizabeth is the wild girl on campus, known for her loose reputation and her inability to keep a man. She strikes out once again with her newest boyfriend Brad when she finds out that he's gay. Now Elizabeth is pretty sure her luck at finding true love has run out, until she meets up with Kara.
Kara doesn't hide the fact that she's a lesbian or that she has a definite interest in Elizabeth. The only question is, is Elizabeth interested in Kara? After a bit of persuasion and an extremely hot night spent in Kara's dorm room, Elizabeth is about to give her the answer she’s been waiting to hear.
Kara reached out with her free hand and gently cupped my chin, turning me back to face her. “It's still early. It doesn't get crowded in here until around ten or so because the club stays open until nearly dawn.”
As her fingers tightened their grip I suddenly realized how Brad must have felt but I didn’t have time to dwell on it because Kara had more enlightening news for me. “The only reason he brought you here was because he thought you were gay, too.”
I gasped audibly, shocked that someone might think such a thing about me While it was true that I had a bit of a kinky streak in the bedroom that most guys seemed unable to handle it was obvious that I wasn’t a lesbian. At least I thought it was. “I…I…I'm not.”
Kara shook her head and I shivered as I felt her long brown hair glide over my shoulder and across my neck. The feeling was distracting and more arousing than it should have been. “Are you sure?”
My voice was raspy, whether with shock or desire at this point I wasn’t sure. “What?”
Her hand moved higher until she found the inseam of my low-rise camouflage capris and I swore I could feel my panties getting damp. “I said, are you sure?”
I nodded but my reply sounded weak, even to my own ears. “I like guys.”
Her fingers felt like magic between my legs and as she increased the pressure just where I needed it I suddenly wished the cloth barrier between her hand and my pussy would disappear.
“That's fine,” she replied before leaning in and quickly sucking my earlobe into her mouth. “The question is, do you like girls too?”
I started to say no when she pressed the palm of her hand hard against my clit. I opened my mouth but nothing came out except for a loud groan. She smiled knowingly at me and something inside my brain exploded. I suddenly wanted to know if her lips felt as soft as they looked and considering where we were I decided to take a chance and find out.
I leaned forward, keeping my eyes open until the last moment and focused directly on Kara. Her pupils dilated slightly in shock, and then appreciation, as our mouths met.
The first few kisses were chaste and timid. I was exploring totally uncharted territory and felt very unsure about what I was doing. Kara noticed my hesitancy and took control. Her eagerness to dominate aroused me immediately and dissolved the last of my inhibitions. When her tongue slid across my lips I threw myself headlong into the kiss. I wasn't disappointed with my decision.
I've kissed lots of guys, and enjoyed most of them, but what Kara was doing to my mouth felt almost obscene. I was so hot I couldn't sit still. I rocked forward in my seat and Kara's hand pressed back against me, teasing and stroking me until I wanted to scream. I arched my back and broke away with a gasp. I was on fire and I needed to cum so badly I was about to beg for it. Sudden applause halted my plea though and as I looked around I noticed all eyes were on us. My face reddened in embarrassment but Kara just looked pleased. She threw a twenty on the table, grabbed my hand, and pulled me out of the restaurant behind her.
Give us the 411 on yourself. You know, the basic information minus address and phone number.
I write under the name Beth Wylde. I currently live out in the boonies of Virginia with my hubby, my three children, my dog and my muse.
How long have you been a word ho for publishing pimps? (Er, a writer?)
I’ve been writing stories for as long as I can remember. (My imagination is a fun place to visit sometimes when the kids and the hubby have me stressed out) I just decided to pursue getting my work published a little over a year ago. I want to be able to write full time.
Can you give us a brief VIRGIN story? I mean, give us the nitty gritty on your first sale.
I was pregnant with twins when I decided to write seriously and try to get something published. As a result the finished product came out with a strong female lead with a bit of an attitude and a big mouth. (I blame it totally on the hormones!) I did get a few rejections but finally polished up the piece and got it published. Full Moon Madness was the result and I’m still proud of it today. I even have a sequel or two planned.
Everybody’s got a fantasy. What’s your writer’s (wet?) dream?
To be approached by a major agent or publishing house, or both. That would be my big O!
Actors wanna be in pictures. Where do you want to be?
On everyone’s bookshelf in every bookstore in the world. (I know it’s a huge wish but if I’m going to dream I figure I ought to dream BIG! LOL)
Get any bad advice early in your writing career?
Not really. In fact the person the proofreads for me is a godsend and I always try to run new pieces by her for an honest opinion before I submit them. She’s my online beta Goddess! (Pennie r u feeling the luv?)
Word, baby. Get any good directions that you’d like to pass on?
If you really want to get published do your research and your homework and make sure to submit to a reputable company. Don’t give up on the dream.
"Elizabeth has just gotten back to her dorm room after a night she will never forget. Before she goes to bed for some much needed sleep, she just has to write in her diary about her night. The evening started with a disastrous date, but while trying to figure out what happened, Elizabeth is joined by Kara whom she knows slightly from shared classes. Kara wastes no time in letting Elizabeth know that she wants her, but isn’t sure if Elizabeth will share her passion. One kiss starts the night of firsts for Elizabeth and she is determined to never go back.
Elizabeth and Kara are young college students who meet at a local hang out near the college. The erotic night that they share is so well written that it drew me right into Elizabeth’s experiences with her. While I realize that the subject matter can be controversial, I found that the characters and their passion for each other is so well presented that I found it very enjoyable. If you have not read any female/female stories but are willing to try one, I would highly recommend this story as a great one to start with."
-- Ophelia, Erotic Escapades
"Switching Sides is a Lesbian romance charting the seduction of a hitherto straight but sexually highly-charged college girl right into a Sapphic lover's arms. First time and seduction stories often make especially interesting themes and this is no exception. It is hot and explicit but tender, too.
I can see it appealing to male readers but I hope that women will read this one, too. It contains some good pointers as to why some may prefer Sapphic affairs and demonstrates how tender these may be."
-- Reviewed by Peter Rosier, TCM Reviews
Switching Sides by Beth Wylde
Genre: Red Silk Diary/Contemporary
Book Length: Stunner
Release Date: April, 2007
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