Thursday, July 11, 2013

Boomer Lit Friday

SUMMER LOVIN’…DID YOU GET VERY FAR?
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Do the words summer lovin' bring back memories of your teenage years? We sure remember the good ol' days of summer … and so do the three main characters in our book, I.O.U. SEX. After all, their goal was to find their former high school steadies and give them the sex they’d missed out on so many years before.

So let your mind travel back in time and think ... going steady, necking at the drive-in, and summer lovin’ as we revisit Dallas with our character June. She’s at the drive-in theater with her one-and-only, but they’re not watching the show.
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    “Mmmm, Junie. You drive me wild.” Denny reached across the vinyl-covered seat and pulled June closer.
    She snuggled against him and stretched up to whisper in his ear. “Wild, huh?” She inhaled his unique scent—Brut aftershave mixed with the faint aroma of Lava soap and motor oil from his dad’s garage.
    Denny’s laugh sounded nervous. When he shivered, June giggled and stroked his wavy hair, then tickled his earlobe with her tongue, making him gasp.
    “Whoa, baby. You better slow down or you’ll get more than you bargained for.” He turned and grasped her shoulders, staring into her blue eyes. “Or have you changed your mind?”
    June scooted away, her warm feelings cooled by Denny’s question. She pushed her long blonde hair off her face and anchored it behind her ears. “You know how I feel about going all the way. Why can’t we just have some fun?”
    Denny groaned. “Junie, baby, you really don’t understand, do you? Have you ever heard of blue balls?”
    June stammered. “B-blue what?”
    Denny ran his fingers through his hair, making the short strands stand on end. He sighed. “Never mind. Come back here, June Bug. Let’s figure out what we can do without actually doing it.” He pulled her closer and slid the spaghetti straps off her shoulders, gently kissing the spots where the fabric had been only moments before.
    They’d done some heavy petting in the past, so June didn’t object. She loved it when Denny caressed her breasts and his kisses warmed her inside and out. Once she’d let him touch her down there. It felt go good—until she got scared and made him stop. She could only imagine the thrill of real sex.
    Of course, good girls didn’t go all the way. She’d had long discussions with Kiki and Peggy on the subject of how far to go without getting a bad reputation. Peggy said once you did something, boys seemed to expect it every time. And Kiki sure had a lot of information for someone who claimed virginity.
    June smiled and unbuttoned Denny’s shirt.
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Perhaps you once met a boy who was cute as could be, and you remember your summer days drifting away. We hope this blast from the past reminds you of hot summer nights at the drive-in movies with your first love.

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14 comments:

  1. Yes indeed! And the ridiculous "blue balls" thing was a last ditch effort, wasn't it?

    Thanks for sharing...and here's MY FRIDAY MEMES POST

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    1. You're right -- sometimes it was! But Denny is a good guy and backs off.

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  2. Lol...remembering fondly...great excerpt!

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  3. I enjoyed this book and scenes like the one above certainly brought me back to those days. Such a fun idea for a story!

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  4. Just one of the many scenes I loved about this book! Blue balls...hilarious! Wasn't that the goal???? Whose idea was it to shut down all the drive-in movie theaters anyway?

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    1. Hmmm. I wonder what caused the demise of drive-ins. Thank you, Jacquie, for stopping by and taking the time to comment.

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  5. Yes, what a pity drive-in movies are shut down...much better than a seat at the cinema! Great dialogue, very descriptive, love the writing, well done!

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    1. I remember my parents taking us to the drive-in movies. Much cheaper than an indoor show and we brought our own food.

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  6. A nice scene, no doubt played out thousands of times every weekend. I missed the whole drive-in movie phenomenon. The only one left by the time I was a teen showed X rated movies. Yikes.

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    1. There's actually still a working drive-in movie in the small town where I live! But you're right -- they're rare these days.

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