Do you have a sexy alien next door?
post by Jessica E. Subject
It’s great to be a part of the blog birthday party for Sarah Says Read Romance. Thank you to Sarah for inviting me to be a part of the event!
I’m Jessica E. Subject, and I write Science Fiction Romance. Sometimes my stories take place in the future. Others in the present. I have straight, gay, lesbian, ménage, and interracial stories. I have characters who are clones, but the majority of them are aliens, or people from Earth who end up loving the aliens.
Have you ever seen your neighbor act really weird, and glance over at their house wondering if they’re an alien? I know I have. But the aliens in my stories aren’t those neighbors. They’re the ones who don’t really stand out. They go to work at regular hours, keep their lawns mowed, and dress the same as everyone else in the neighborhood. Why? Because they don’t want to be found out. They don’t want anyone to learn they’re from another planet.
But then they meet someone from Earth who they can’t get out of their mind. They want to be with that person more than anything, hoping he/she can love an extraterrestrial. And their rule for never telling anyone flies out the window.
So, the next time you see that quiet neighbor pass by or drive off to work, will you wonder if they’re really an alien?
Here’s an excerpt from the first book in my Alien Next Door series, AlienAdoration:
Rachel studied the water stain on her ceiling, visible by the light of the street lamp. Yet another thing she couldn’t afford to fix. If a man offered to fix her roof for her, she’d find that romantic, and break her first date rule. But did any guy know the meaning of romance anymore? Surely no one from Hanton. The small town boasted the highest rate of divorce in the province due to extramarital affairs. No one in town got married anymore, expecting all vows to be broken within the first year. Those of her classmates who’d been lucky enough to move away bragged of their success in both their marriages and their careers.
Rachel hadn’t had the chance to move away. Thankfully, the view next door didn’t hurt. Though he would never be more than a fantasy. She wanted a relationship, not a one-night stand.
Ready to return to her bed, she squinted at the glow of moonlight reflecting off her neighbor’s front screen door. She sucked in a breath, hoping to catch a glimpse of him to use as a happy thought before going to sleep.
He walked out to his LJ Construction truck in only flannel pants hanging low on his hips. Opening the door, he ducked inside, grabbing…something. Then he slammed the door behind him. The view provided plenty of inspiration for her fantasies, his back muscles just as appealing
as his washboard abs. Her pussy clenched, and she craved the toy she hid in her nightstand drawer.
Luke reached for the handle, but turned around before he opened it. Something above her house caught his attention. An airplane? The moon? No, his focus was on her. Shit.
He lifted his hand and waved and without so much as a smile, he returned inside.
Her cheeks burned. God, he’d caught her gawking. Did he think she was spying on him? It’s not as if she gaped into his home. No one could with every window covered in heavy drapery at all times. It only added to hismysterious appeal.
She yanked her curtains closed and slipped back into bed, pulling the blankets over her head. The first time he notices me, and I’m in battered pajamas, with my hair looking like a rat’s nest. Groaning, she turned onto her side, trying to ignore the queasiness in her stomach. In a couple hours for work, she had to get up for work. And the late night interruption meant an extra large black coffee in the morning, just to stay awake. Closing her eyes, she locked away the images of her neighbor’s bare chest for another night.
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Jessica E. Subject is the author of contemporary and science fiction romance, ranging from sweet to erotica. In her stories, you could meet clones, or a sexy alien or two. You may even be transported to another planet for a romantic rendezvous. And if you’re looking for something really steamy, check out her erotica stories written as Paisley Brown.
When Jessica isn't reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk. Fast. But she just may slow down if there is a waterfall nearby.
Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. And she loves to hear from her readers. You can find her at jessicasubject.com and on twitter @jsubject.