Blog Tour: Excerpt from “Number 69,”
“The party is only held once a year. It’s very exclusive and for singles only. You get a referral from someone who has been to one of the parties. Soon after, you get an application. If you pass their qualifications and check out okay, then you get an invitation. If you don’t pass, you don’t get invited.”
Melodie narrowed her eyes and again drummed her fingers on the table. “I’ve never heard of this party, and I know I didn’t fill out any application.”
Trudy started to fidget in her seat and wring her hands. “You got a referral from Stephanie, and I filled out the application for you.” From Number 69 by Casey Sheridan
If there’s one thing I hate about being single, it’s the fact that friends and relatives seem compelled to try to find me a boyfriend – one that will turn into a husband for me fairly quick. It’s like an obsession with them.
They try to be sneaky about it, too. I get invited to watch games (football, baseball, whatever-ball) on their big screen televisions. Or I get invited to barbeques/cookouts. I’m thinking “Free food”. They’re thinking wedding vows, and I can’t imagine what the poor hapless fellow is thinking.
Honestly, if I wanted to be fixed up, I’d say so.
I know my friends and relatives are only doing it because they want to see me happy. They’re intentions are good.
If you’re single, do you have people trying to fix you up?
If you’re not single, did you have people try to fix you up in the past?
Tell me….your funniest match-making experience.
A matchmaking party was not Melodie’s idea of fun, and wearing vibrating panties was just plain weird. Or was it?
Should she go to the party? After all, she just might meet Mr. Right. And if he doesn’t show, she has the vibrating panties to keep things interesting.
Casey Sheridan wrote her first erotic story on a dare, and loved it so much she never stopped. Casey’s work has been published by Breathless Press and Cobblestone Press, and has appeared on The Erotic Woman, Every Night Erotica and RSVP-Erotica.
She loves reading, writing, chocolate, book stores, and art museums.
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