Archive for August, 2008

And The 80% Kinky T-Shirt

Posted in Uncategorized on August 28, 2008 by Lexxie Couper

I think I need one 🙂
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I Am 80% Kinky!

Posted in Uncategorized on August 27, 2008 by Lexxie Couper

Yes. Yes, I am. 🙂

You Are 80% Kinky

If you’ve heard of it, you’ve tried it. You’re that kinky.

You’re open to any and all sexual experiences, as long as they’re safe.

You see the bedroom as the primary place for all your adventures.

But that’s not to say that the bedroom is the only place you get kinky!

Are You Kinky? (continue reading &aquo;)

Stone’s Soul – The 1st Review!!

Posted in Uncategorized on August 23, 2008 by Lexxie Couper

I just found this in my inbox and I’ve got to share it with you all. It’s a reader’s review of Stone’s Soul, specifically, the wonderful, lovely and totally gorgeous Sandie! Sandie, I’m sending you a big kiss right now. Can you feel it?

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Stone’s Soul by Lexxie Couper
Stone’s Soul is a fantastic book and if I were a reviewer it would get 5 stars, or maybe 5 ‘Drools’.  This is an extremely hot and sexy story. When Jordynn who is a geologist finds a strange stone she starts having some very unusual dreams, or at least she thinks they are dreams.  Whenever she holds this stone it gets super hot, and she appears to fall into a dream of a sexy Hawaiian warrior giving her the hottest sex of her live. But is it really a dream or is it something related to the stone?
Be warned, this story has some very explicit, well detailed, and super sexy scenes that will leave you needing a hunk of your own or some toys. Although to put out the fire ignited by Lexxie’s great story you may need both.
sandie
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Flash Fiction Friday – Fire

Posted in Uncategorized on August 22, 2008 by Lexxie Couper

When she could take no more, when her body felt like it was no longer flesh and blood, but an inferno of devouring bliss, she whimpered.

He paused, lifting his head slightly from the junction of her thighs to blow a soft stream of breath onto the sodden, throbbing folds of her sex. She moaned, fisting the sheets below her, eyes closed, hips raised.

“More?” he asked, before returning to his worship of her pussy without waiting for a reply.

The fire consuming her, possessing her grew hotter. Groaning, she bucked her hips higher, wanting – no, needing his tongue inside her. Only then would the inferno be extinguished.

He lifted his head again, tracing her nether-lips made wet by his tongue with his fingertip. “More?”

Incapable of speech, balancing on the scalding knife-edge of her orgasm, she nodded, eyes gazing blindly at the ceiling. Oh, God. How could she feel this much pleasure and this much pain at once?

He slipped a finger into her sex. Wriggled it. Found the sweetest spot inside her walls and stroked as his lips and tongue found the tiny button of concentrated rapture and suckled.

The flames engulfed her. Took her. Incinerated her.

And she cried out. (continue reading &aquo;)

Something Sad Is Happening In My World

Posted in Uncategorized on August 21, 2008 by Lexxie Couper

I do apologise for this post, but I really need to express my absolute grief and heartache about a situation currently taking place in Sydney.

Most of you who have been traveling my worlds with me for a while will know I’m an animal lover and animal rights activist. I believe strongly that man should treat all animals with respect and compassion and the greatest of care. I do not use products tested on animals nor do I condone lot farming. To see and animal in pain or suffering breaks my heart and I would do (and will do) anything I can to prevent such a thing happening.

Three days ago a baby humpback whale was found nuzzling a yacht in The Basin in Pitwater (a secluded, protected part of Sydney Harbour) The two-three week old calf has been either separated from its mother or abandoned by her. The calf, named Colin by Sydney’s wildlife authorities, has been moving from yacht to yacht, nuzzling each, confusing their large bulk for his mother, trying to suckle from their hulls in what is obviously a desperate attempt to feed.

Marine and wildlife experts estimate Colin has not feed for five to six days. An attempt to lead Colin back out to open sea in hopes his mother will find him or a passing pod will adopt him failed and Colin returned to Pitwater.

The images of this poor baby whale suckling on yachts, looking for its mother have reduced me to tears. There is great debate (some of it quite heated and aggressive) about what can be done for Colin. A poll run by The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia’s leading newspaper, saw 48% of respondents wanting to do whatever was necessary to save Colin. Scientists are split on what can be done. As of an hour ago (7pm, Thursday) the decision had been made to euthanize the calf. As I type this, I am crying.

I know the right thing to do is end the poor calf’s suffering. I know the chances of another pod adopting it are slim, but as a mother the thought of not doing everything humanly possible to save Colin makes me angry and miserable.

I wish I could do something more to help, but all I have at this time is my voice and my hope that a greater force will intervene and Colin will be saved and loved.

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Hot Excerpt – Spaceport: Hidden Phase

Posted in Uncategorized on August 20, 2008 by Lexxie Couper

OK, this book isn’t available from Changeling Press until the 10th October, but I thought I’d tease you all with a little snippet in the interim, just to whet your appetites. The second in my Spaceport trilogy (there is another on the way called Spaceport: Heartfelt Scoundrel) it focuses on the IAC’s most lethal assassin and his student. Enjoy…

Oh, I should tell you, this is totally unedited so there will be mistakes a plenty. And it’s kinda short cause when I went looking for an excerpt to share with you, I discovered I couldn’t find one that didn’t spoil some very important plot surprise or reveal too much information. Please forgive me 🙂

Shit, he really knew what to do to make her hot. He was aggressive, almost brutal. He took from her with a savage power that made her cunt flood with fresh cream.
Sliding his large hands under her hips, he cupped her butt cheeks, squeezing each curve of muscle as he tortured her ass with his tongue. She hissed in a silent breath, feeling her ass grow damp. Painted with the slick lubrication secreted by Forty-Two’s tongue. His cock was massive, the phallus more than fitting his seven-foot frame. She knew he was going to penetrate her there and her pussy grew sodden with anticipation. Anal sex with Forty-Two was like a double dose of concentrated pleasure spiked with pure pain. It was incredible, punishing and completely unsentimental. What she needed. What she deserved.
An appreciative rumble sounded in her companion’s chest and he yanked her harder to his mouth, lifting her feet from the bed to wrap her legs around his head. His hands mauled her ass, her hips. He peppered her tight opening with rapid jabs of his tongue, the thick muscle growing more pointed with each stroke until she felt its slick, rounded tip push into the puckered hole.
She clamped her teeth shut, fists pulling at the sheet. She bucked, her wild rhythm in perfect sync with Forty-Two’s tongue. His fingers stretched her butt cheeks further apart, granting his mouth greater access to her anus. He dipped into her, tongue fat and stiff. A slightly smaller replica of the enormous shaft between his solid, steely thighs.
By kirs, she was going to come. (continue reading &aquo;)

Macadamia, Hazelnut and Caramel Slice

Posted in Uncategorized on August 18, 2008 by Lexxie Couper

One of my very very good friends moved to Beijing about four months ago. I’ve missed her like mad, as has Peanut who absolutely worshiped my friend’s eldest daughter. Last week, my friend, Smiley, surprises me by walking in my front door like she’d never moved anywhere. Her husband – whose job entails jetting all about the world doing complicated stuff relating to metal – is currently in Russia, school is out in China for nine weeks and the Olympics have disrupted any form of normal existence so Smiley decided to jump a flight and come home with her daughters. Seeing her has only proved how much I’ve missed her *sigh*

Anyways, to submerge her completely back in all things Oz, I went a little crazy in the kitchen. The following recipe is what Smiley and I just spent the last two hours eating while giggling like school girls. It is absolutely decadent.
Ingredients

1 cup plain flour
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup hazelnut meal
1/2 cup brown sugar
90g dark chocolate
80g unsalted butter
1 egg, lightly beaten
100g hazelnuts
1 x 400g can condensed milk
2 tbsp golden syrup
50g butter
100g macadamias
100g dark chocolate, melted

Super simple and perfect for a little weekend indulgence.

Here’s how

1 Preheat oven to 180C. Grease an 18cm x 28cm cake tin and line its base and sides with non-stick baking paper, allowing the paper to overhang on the opposite ends.

2 To make the base, sift the flour and cinnamon into a bowl, then stir in the hazelnut meal and brown sugar.

3 Put the chocolate and butter in a small saucepan and cook over low heat until just melted. Remove from heat. When it has cooled, mix it into the dry ingredients. Add the egg, mixing well.

4 Using the back of a spoon, press the mixture into the base of the prepared tin. Bake in oven for 15 minutes or until firm. Remove from oven, then let cool to room temperature. Leave in the tin.

5 To make the topping, place the hazelnuts on a baking tray and bake in 180C oven for 8 minutes or until the skins start to split. Remove the hazelnuts from the oven, wrap in a clean, dry tea towel, then rub vigorously to remove the skins.

6 Put condensed milk, golden syrup and butter in a saucepan, and heat over a low heat, stirring, until just about to boil. Pour mixture over the cooked base, then top with hazelnuts and macadamias. Bake for 15 minutes or until the topping is firm. Let cool in the tin.

7 Drizzle the slice with melted dark chocolate. Once the chocolate is set, cut the slice into fingers to serve. (continue reading &aquo;)