Saturday, February 11, 2012

Welcome Naomi Bellina

Valentine's Day is almost here, and one of the most popular gifts men give women is jewelry. Sure, many women purchase trinkets for their guys, and plenty of men buy for other men, but a flip through television commercials and a walk through the mall will show most marketing is geared towards the male procuring the perfect gift for his female.

Poor men! So many don't have a clue what their ladies want. They're at the mercy of the salesperson, who really doesn't have a clue either and just wants to sell whatever will bring them the best commission. Our valiant heroes bravely make a selection, take their offering to their loved one, and hope it's joyfully accepted.

Now, who hasn't received a horrendous piece of crap nestled inside a pretty, promising box? Something that made your eyes roll back in your head and your palms start to sweat. What the hell is this, and why did he think I would like it, you want to yell. But, you don't, because you know he tried, and you hope he still has the receipt so you can go back and buy something you really want. And one day, just maybe, he'll come home with something that takes your breath away.

I'd like to share a cute joke about this subject:

Young Patty approaches her mother and announces, "Sally told me where babies come from."

Mother, not ready to have this discussion, asks with dread, "Where is that, dear?"

"Sally said her sister Molly told her, Daddy puts his thingy in your mouth, then stuff comes out, then a baby grows in your belly."

"No, sweetie, Susie's wrong, that's where jewelry comes from!"

Ha-ha! Kind of makes you want to be a little extra nice to your honey tonight, doesn't it?

In my story, Seducing the Stone, a sapphire is coveted by a man and a woman for different reasons. The female fairy, Raya, wants to use its powers to help her planet, and doesn't understand why people on Earth just put them on display and look at the beautiful gemstones. What if precious gems actually had energy that we could use? What if there really was power in rocks? Aside from enticing women to do fun and kinky things for men, that is!

Enjoy this excerpt, and visit my website to read another one.
Naomi Bellina
Extraordinary erotic romance to tickle your fancy and unleash your libido

Naomi lives in beautiful sunny Florida with the love of her life and a magical black cat. She writes for various fiction and non-fiction markets, but finds she is drawn to erotic romance because her characters insist on canoodling, and sometimes even falling madly in love. So she lets them. Occasionally, however, they go to dark and strange places. She lets them do this also. Most of her stories will surprise readers with unexpected twists and turns, because isn't that what makes life exciting?

Her interests include dancing, hula-hooping, drumming, and creating healthy meals. She takes the opportunity to play, have fun, and indulge in the pursuit of passion whenever possible. She hopes you enjoy her stories and would love to hear from you at naomibellina(at)live(dot)com. Visit her at 

 Her motto:  Never pass up the opportunity to have an adventure!


A charming fairy and a diligent security professional both claim rights to a precious sapphire, the Starry Night. Raya needs the stone to save a valuable lake, and Max needs to make sure the gem stays in its proper place for a private showing at the museum.

Chasing Raya and the stone, Max travels between Earth and Raya’s planet, and while Max starts out with only one goal in mind, to return the stone to its home, he ends up on a lively adventure, interacting with several races of exotic beings who once resided on Earth.

Though captivated by the lovely Raya, Max has sworn to stay away from women after having been deceived by a beautiful but unscrupulous girlfriend in his past. The more time he spends with the enchanting fairy, however, the more he wants her. Raya is different from anyone he has ever met and even a man with iron willpower will have a difficult time resisting a determined fairy with her own secret agenda!
Genre:  Erotic romance, paranormal/urban fantasy, action/adventure

"Here we are, safe and sound," Raya said. She gave him an impish smile and squeezed his hands. He reluctantly let hers go. Max felt a gentle current of energy running through her strong, warm hands.

At the display case, Raya lifted the glass dome, and Max placed the replica stone inside. Then they both stepped back to admire the gem. Even if it wasn’t the real thing, the jewel was certainly beautiful.

"Though I’m still pretty sure this is just a dream, I’m glad the sapphire is back in its place," Max said.

"Why do you humans keep these powerful stones locked away under glass?" Raya asked.

"What else would we do with them?"

Raya smiled. "I'll tell you one day, when we have more time."

"And when will that day be? I don't believe I'll ever see you again," Max said, and giving in to an overwhelming urge, he stepped close to Raya, cupped her face in his hands, and kissed her.

Raya did not respond, and Max was about to stop and apologize. But then she put her hands on his waist, pulled him even closer, and returned his kiss. Max slid his hands down her body and wrapped his arms around her.

Certain she would push him away any moment and glad when she didn't, Max lost track of time. Part of his brain yelled stop, while another part begged for more, more of this sweet creature in his arms. He longed to rub her scent, sweet and spicy, all over his body.

Finally, Raya pulled away with a gasp.

"I'm sorry—" Max began, but she put a finger on his lips.

"Don't be sorry. That was beautiful. I enjoyed kissing you. But we can't, we shouldn't—" She grabbed Max and locked her lips on his again, almost bruising his mouth with the intensity.

He let his hands roam freely over her body, caressing her breasts, rubbing his thumbs against the hard nipples, and eliciting moans of pleasure from her. His cock strained against his jeans, begging for release.

This time, he pulled away from her.

"Can we continue this at my place? I want, I need more of you. Just a little." He begged as she shook her head. "I promise, we'll only go as far as you want. You can leave anytime."

"No, I've already stayed longer than I should. I have to go now." Max took a deep breath and let go of Raya.

"This is a dream anyway. I'm going to wake up in my bed very soon." And not smelling of sweetness and spice, he thought.

Raya again stepped close to Max and leaned her head toward his. A shiver went down his spine as her breath tickled his ear. He felt her tongue lick his earlobe, followed by a slight burning sensation.

"This is not a dream, and now you have a fairy kiss to prove it. I'd like to stay with you, but it’s time for me to go," Raya said, and with a sad smile, she floated off the ground.


Naomi Bellina said...

Thanks for having me here, Dawn! I had a lot of fun writing this post and I hope many women (and men) can relate. Have a happy Valentine's Day!

Fedora said...

ROFL! Very funny, Naomi, and thanks for the intro to your story! Very fun for Valentine's Day!

Naomi Bellina said...

Thanks for the comment, Flchen1. I hope you enjoyed the article and the joke. Have a happy Valentine's Day!

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