Sunday, February 17, 2013

Jack Perry's Lady Luck - Therapy at the Bar

Hello blogger fans! I just got Jack Perry's Lady Luck published on, and guess what? It is in all major formats and only $0.99!

Here is the skinny on the story:

Jack Perry's life had been anything but adventurous. He works a dead end job, has no love life, and hardly has any friends.
One morning after Jack goes into work, only to find out he has been fired, he heads off to the local bus stop to go home. A mysterious man being chased by an attractive redhead collides with him before fleeing again. Little did Jack know that this collision was going to change the way women looked at him... forever!
Later that night Jack heads down to his favorite bar (The Drunken Eagle) to drown himself in a few beers. A new bartender (Nikki) flirts with him unexpectedly. She seems extremely interested in Jack. After a few drinks and shots, she offers to do anything to cheer him up. Anything!

From the Book:


I watched as she wrote something on a coaster then brought it over to me. She set the beer down on the coaster and the blue pen beside it.
"I will be right back," she said, then walked to the other end of the bar.
I looked down and could see fuzzy blue streaks on the coaster through the golden liquid in the glass. What had she written on the coaster, I wondered. I lifted the glass and saw a message:

"I am sorry your
having a bad day.
How can I cheer you up?"

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The Cable Guy

     It has been a most interesting morning. After several days of going back and forth with the cable company (twice I have been told a tech was coming over and they never showed), the tech finally showed up to fix my internet speed. I had been up all morning due to the loud construction and painting of my apartment building and had to drink my morning coffee rather bitterly with my blinds closed to keep the worker from gawking in at me.
     They cable guy was about my age, young and very fit. I wished I had taken the time to get properly dressed, as I was in my PJ bottoms and a t-shirt with my hair in tangles wrapped on top of my head. This however didn't stop him from flirting excessively. I am not complaining as my boyfriend and I had a bit of a spat and I think we have finally met our end. A good flirt from a charming stranger seemed to lift my spirits. Every woman loves to know she is wanted especial after finding herself alone.
     He did all sorts of things for me, most of which I assume he didn't really half too. He fixed all the cable plugs around my house and replaced a bunch of wire to ensure I had "the best speed". What do I know about these things, I just wanted my websites to come up! Ha ha. He was very nice and extremely handsome  the more I talked to him. Funny how people can be "cute" at first and grow on you to be much more attractive.
     Warning, I am a writer of erotica. Don't put me in a sexy situation and expect me to keep to my good girl thoughts! I let the idea roam my mind freely, what an exciting morning it would have been for him had I "thanked" him for his kind services. Would it have been inappropriate for me to hop in the shower while he worked to sneakily freshen up? Perhaps. But it could have also been very exciting to tease.
     I caught him more than once checking me out and figured I would make the most of it. I helped him install the little black box thing he kept calling a "modem". To me it was just a internet maker. I slide under my desk in my office bent over while I took my time plugging in the power. It was a tight fit, so I really couldn't look back and see if he had watched me. For my own pride I will assume he did. I found myself feeling extremely sexual this morning and it seemed to lift me up much better than the coffee ever could.
     Once it was all said and done and he could find nothing else to fix, he pulled out his paper work and handed me the pad to sign for his efforts. He looked me right in the eye and I felt a shiver of excitement run up my spine. He had beautiful brown eyes. I signed the paper and handed it back. He looked at me once more with his wonderful eyes and smiled before saying, "Is there anything else I can do for you?"
     At that point I could think of a few things. For starters I wanted to bite his lower lip because it was full and sexy. There were a great many ideas that ran through my head, but instead I just said that I thought it I was good. I thanked him and walked to the door with him. He carried his tool belt and fumbled with the clipboard as he opened the door. I stood behind him as he walked out dropping his clipboard. He bent over to pick it up and I took a glance or two at his firm buns. He had a nice back side, what can I say?
     After that he walked out of my life. It wasn't a complete loss though, it left me charged up for writing! ;)

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Jack Perry's Lady Luck: Therapy at the Bar now available!

Hello bloggers! I am L.M. Tracy, but for simplicity's sake Tracy is best! I am a 28 year old author of erotica and love my job! I find myself intrigued with the elements of sexuality and fantasies, which has led me to share some ideas I have cooked up!

In my first attempt at publishing a short story I have created Therapy as the Bar (the first story in a series about a man named Jack Perry). In this story Jack retreats to a bar after having a horrible day in which he is fired. While at the bar he finds himself drawn to the hot young bartender who seems to be more interested in him that he would have ever imagined. Something strange is going on, but Jack is too enthralled to worry about it. After a playful game of note passing he finds himself in an exiting sexual situation. Will Jack's rough day turn into a wild night? Have a look and find out!

Therapy at the Bar