Who needs poker chips when you have clothes?

Who needs poker chips when you have clothes?

Welcome back to #MFRW Book Hooks. Today, I’m sharing an excerpt from the first book in the Triple Passion Play series, Rock You Like a Hurricane. Enjoy the teaser and then claim your FREE copy of the book.

Interview:

  • What made you decide to re-publish the first book in the Triple Passion Play series?

Sierra: After the unfortunate passing of the owner of the publishing company, my rights to Rock You Like a Hurricane reverted to me. To keep the book available, I had to re-publish.

  • You made extensive revisions. Why?

Sierra: The characters in the Triple Passion Play series are some of my favorites which is probably why I wrote four books featuring them. The first book was published in 2016. When I was ready to re-publish, I took a fresh look at the story. Rock You Like a Hurricane was still a fun, sexy read, but in the past four years, I’ve learned a lot, and my writing style has changed. The voice no longer sounded like my own so I edited until the characters and story felt like they belonged to me again.

  • Were there any major changes in the plot?

Sierra: No. The bones and the heart of the story are the same. The timeframe covers less than forty-eight hours—Rock You Like a Hurricane is all about the catalyst for the deeper relationship developing between Ken, Tommy, and Trisha in the next three books.

  • Is Rock You Like a Hurricane a historical romance?

Sierra: Not really. I call it a retro romance. I wrote book four, Triple Naughty Christmas, first before any of what became the first three books. My intent had been to write a stand-alone holiday romance about a seasoned poly relationship. Once my middle-aged poly trio began to come to life on the pages, I felt like a lot more of the story of Trisha, Tommy, and Ken deserved to be told. The beginning seemed like a great place to start. Book one is set in 1996 when the three MCs are still in college.

  • Why does Rock You Like a Hurricane feature so much world-building?

I wanted to convey a sense of nostalgia for the mid-to-late 90s, but I spent a lot of energy setting the scene for a much larger reason. In order for older readers to be able to relate to the main characters, I needed them to feel as if they were stepping into the college coed or new adult mind frame. Tommy, Trisha, and Ken behave differently in book one than they do in book four because they’re not nearly as mature or confident yet. Navigating the early days of adulthood is a challenging time often filled with impulsive decisions and mixed-emotions of anxiety and excitement. I wanted my mature readers to remember those heart-pounding, fly-by-the-seat of your pants, but in some ways, much simpler days.

Blurb:

All bets are off in the eye of the storm.

College student, Trisha Harper has a dilemma. She’s crazy about two smoking hot guys. Best friends, Tommy and Ken are in love with her too (and each other though neither is ready to admit it).

A hands-off, gentleman’s agreement kept the peace but as the trio hunkers down together to ride out a potentially deadly hurricane, the quarters are close and the sexual tension is stifling.

Lightning crashes. Jealousy flares. Tempers explode, and then the power goes out. What will happen in the dark and how will they face the dawn?

AUTHOR NOTE: Rock You Like a Hurricane is a stand-alone, Male-Female-Male (MFM) romance but also a prequel to the unfolding bisexual menage saga of the Triple Passion Play series. The story contains sizzling, put-you-in-the-moment love scenes with graphic, descriptive language. If you are offended by explicit content and heavily implied bi-curiosity, you might want to read a different book.

Teaser:

(As our trio enjoys a few beers while hunkering down, they play strip poker to pass the time.)

Trisha slapped her cards on the table and gloated. “Read them and strip!”

“Ugh.” Tommy groaned as he peeled his shorts off and dropped them beside him. He was down to his underwear now.

Saliva swirled inside her mouth as her gaze clung to his rippling arm muscles, hard chest, and the hell of a bulge in his navy-blue briefs. She smacked her lips. Yum, yum, yum! I need some of that! Turning her attention to her other opponent, she lifted an eyebrow. “Ken, I think you need to pay up, too. What will it be? The shirt or your shorts?”

Ken answered wordlessly, pulling his shirt off over his head. As he raised his arms, the smoky intensity in his eyes bore into Trisha’s consciousness and threatened to melt her clothes right off her quivering body. She smiled, feasting on Ken’s sinewy, upper body like he was a prime cut of meat. His toned arms and shoulders framed his hard, well-built chest, showcasing his small, round, russet-colored nipples as they contrasted against his smooth, honey-tinged flesh. She pursed her lips, struggling to keep from coming undone as the image of her tongue gliding over his navel popped into her mind. Trisha sucked in her breath as she wrestled back control of her senses.

What luck! Ken losing to her was a near miracle, but she couldn’t expect him to focus on the game while they were hiding out from a big, bad hurricane. As she glanced toward Tommy, she gauged his reaction. Why does he look so pale all of a sudden?

Something more than bad weather jitters was boiling under the surface between those two. Trisha held her tongue. Voicing her suspicions of discord without having any idea what had disrupted the balance between Yin and Yang, as she sometimes called the two, would be premature. Instead, she hid her concerns behind the long neck of a beer bottle, taking another swig. Ken gathered the cards to shuffle for another round.

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8 comments found

  1. I love polyamory stories, Sierra. But writing backwards in time – especially trying to bring a time nearly a quarter of a century ago to life… that’s a real challenge.

  2. Thanks for stopping by, Lisabet! I actually wrote the last book in the series first (or a version of it) with our trio in their forties in present-day time, but then I found myself thinking about how everything came together. The first three stories came to me, and I decided to publish them in order.

  3. Older readers, huh? I guess I fall into that category, but I certainly haven’t forgotten what those days felt like.

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