Crawl in Bed with

Crawling Into Bed With Dirk Tyler And a Good Book

Important things first, are these sheets silk or cotton?

Cotton all the way, silk is just too slippery when you are covered in sweat and need traction <grins>
 What are you wearing?

Nothing but a loose pair of cotton boxers and a smile.

What are we snacking on in bed while we read tonight?
Fresh movie theater style popcorn with extra butter salt. Did I mention that I have an old fashioned popcorn machine and that the smell of fresh popcorn reminds me of fooling around in a dark theater? Well, I did now <grins>

4.  If I open this nightstand drawer, what will I find?
Be careful, it's bursting at the seams. That is our special "toy" drawer. <winks> I think it's time we invest in a nice big chest to store 
all of them in. Not to mention that gives us another excuse to visit our favorite adult toy store, you know, with all the room for new toys.

  Do you roll up in the blankets like a burrito, or kick the covers off during the night?
I kick all the covers off, I like to let it all hang out at night! And by that, I mean "all" as is I don't button the front of my boxers <grins>

 Can I put my cold feet on your calves to warm them up?

Sure, I'm a hot-blooded kind of guy. I always bring the heat with me <smiles>

 What are we reading? 
My first release "Voyeur". It's a smoking hot read, if I do say so myself. It features a couple of hotties named Nate and Jay.
Nate meets Jay over drinks after a long day at a business conference. Then Brooke, Nate’s wife, gives him a devilish idea. 
What happens next is beyond anything Nate could have imagined. Brooke’s sexy, playful mind sets the stage for an 
encounter Nate and Jay will never forget.

1 comment:

  1. Now this is just not fair to anyone with a libido! lol

    Loved this book - and Dirk ... aren't you supposed to be writing more??? *snags popcorn and cops a squat ... enjoying the view*


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