Okay here's the scoop, I've joined the Spanking Challenge A-Z. The idea is to start with A and make your way through the alphabet, a letter a day. So this is how it will work. I will post a new letter each day...except on Saturdays which is already full with two other weekly posts. By the end of the month, I should reach Z...so why not join me and root me on?
A word of warning however...although it's not necessarily supposed to be sexually themed challenge - just an effort to get me blogging more frequently, Livvy may have other ideas. We all know that rascally muse of mine won't let me get away with posting something mundane or platonic, so don't be surprised if most, if not all my posts have a sexual vibe to them.
With that being said....lets welcome letter X
So I cheated a little bit. Exhibitionism doesn't actually start with the letter X, but it's close enough - and I figure since it is a staring role in so many triple X fantasies, I'll be forgiven.
Anyway, I was recently re-reading some of Eliza Gayle's Purgatory series, and I took the time to enjoy Emerson and Rio's story (Watch Me). When I originally bought the book, it was titled Watch Me Hide, and I had the opportunity to reread it when it came out again. I not only loved the BDSM in the book, but I also loved the wanton display that Emerson put on in an effort to get a certain lucky Dom's attention.
Inherently, there is something erotic about being watched or watching someone else having sex.(Consider how many people watch porn...) I think it all boils down to the fact that we are visual people. The plain steaminess of seeing two lovers or more entwined calls to our most basic nature.
This is something that erotic romance authors have capitalized upon. Eliza Gayle with Watch Me where the sexy Emerson isn't afraid of taking center stage at a BDSM club. Lora Leigh with Cooper's Fall where Ethan spies on his lovely neighbor Sara as she masturbates by her pool. There are tons of books out there that have these wonderful exhibitionism qualities. I've just named a few, but my curious mind wants to know. What book have you recently read that takes watching to the extreme?
And don't forget to stop by the other blogs doing this wonderful challenge. We have two days left in this wonderful challenge. Makes me hope that all our authors were successful in this endeavor. Tomorrow is the letter "Y" and I'll be talking about the expression, "Yes, Sir." So be sure to join me. :)