Spotlight The Babysitter by Kenya Wright

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Title: The Babysitter
Genre: New Adult Erotic Romance
Author: Kenya Wright
The novel has been on the Amazon Erotica Bestseller for weeks and still is.
Blurb: "In my guest room, Blake caresses my neck and surrounds me with his scent, a haunting mixture of rosemary and lavender, so subtle, yet sure to sink into my sheets, so that I can smell him minutes after he leaves and goes to his sleeping wife."

Paige has a problem. She's in love with her married boss, Blake, the father of two kids that she watches. After his wife left him for another man, he hired on Paige as a live-in babysitter. For a year she not only got his household back in order, but helped heal the family's broken hearts.
But, now things have changed.

Before Paige can confess her feelings to Blake, his wife returns. She wants to repair their marriage. Blake thinks it would be good for the kids, but Paige doesn't believe his wife deserves forgiveness and she's tired of hanging in the shadows as the love of her life slips away.

No. Things have definitely changed and Paige is tired of being the good little babysitter. It's time to be very naughty, so wicked that Blake's length stirs in his pants when she strolls by him in thin sun dresses that taunt his view and make his throat go dry from heated lust pumping blood to his veins.

Can Blake stay loyal to his wife and kids or does he find himself in the babysitter's sensual grasp, spiraling down into all-consuming passion?

The Babysitter is an erotic novella at 15,000 words.

Chapter 1
     In my guest room, Blake caresses my neck and surrounds me with his scent, a haunting mixture of rosemary and lavender, so subtle, yet sure to sink into my sheets, so that I can smell him minutes after he leaves and goes to his sleeping wife. We lay in each others' arms. Candlelight flickers across his bare chest. Shadows hide half of his chiseled face. We haven't even taken all our clothes off yet, but I'm already dreading the moment he'll have to go.
     Why did his wife come back?
     I worked with him for one year. It took the whole time for him to get himself up to our first kiss, which just happened two weeks ago.
     I need more than kisses. I've waited for too long already.
     Usually we hang out in my room until the sun comes up, watching movies and drifting slowly into sleep. Once dawn arrives, he would wake himself up and sneak back into his room so his two kids wouldn't see him departing from mine.
     But his wife just returned after leaving him for another man for the second time in their marriage. There won't be any cuddling together tonight. She wants to try and make things work, maybe see if they can start again.
     No. You had many chances. Now it's my turn and I want him all to myself.
     But as the days continue, it doesn't seem like I'll get my way. It is his wife after all, regardless of whether she hurt him or not. His love for her is still there. I catch the emotion in his eyes as he talks to her about his day over dinner each night. It's in his fingers when he squeezes her hand and places a gentle peck on her cheek. Their love, no matter how cracked and distorted still thickens the air in the house and makes it hard for me to breathe.
     What will happen to him and me?
     I gaze at Blake now as he studies the curve of my neck and how my vanilla flesh shivers with each massage of his hands. He doesn't look the same, not like the other times he's come to me, before she returned. Anticipation doesn't radiate from him, just desire and subtle hints of regret.
     Or maybe I'm just imagining it all.

Kenya Wright always knew she would be famous since the ripe old age of six when she sang the Michael Jackson thriller song in her bathroom mirror. She has tried her hand at many things from enlisting in the Navy for six years as a Persian-Farsi linguist to being a nude model at an art university.

However, writing has been the only constant love in her life. Will she succeed? Of course.
For she has been coined The Urban Fantasy Queen, the Super Iconic Writer of this Age, The Lyrical Genius of Our Generation. Granted, these are all terms coined by her, within the private walls of her bathroom as she still sings the Michael Jackson thriller song.

Kenya Wright currently resides in Miami with her three amazing, overactive children, a supportive, gorgeous husband, and three cool black cats that refuse to stop sleeping on Kenya’s head at night.
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Kenya Wright said...

Thanks so much for the spotlight!

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