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Today’s sneak preview from Shameless Behavior: Brazen Stories of Overcoming Shame is from Beth Wyatt’s “Cutter.” The protagonist is called Cutter because she cuts herself, but when she meets the Fighter, things begin to change:
“Why do you cut yourself?” he asks.
She knows the answer to that question. The past few years have been an unbroken string of losses: her boyfriend, her job, her mother, her home. She moved in with her father and went to work at the drugstore. She lost her hope and her self-respect until, finally, she even lost the ability to feel sorry for herself. All that pain turned to a burning numbness at her core, and the only relief from it, the only thing she can feel, is the slice of the razor. She understands this, but it’s too many words, too hard to say, so she simply says, “I don’t know.”
“You don’t know?” His fingers work against the seat of her panties, stroking her pussy through the cotton. She leans back against him, one hand reaching around behind him to grip his ass while the other clutches his head. He nudges her legs farther apart with his knee, and his fingers rub harder, faster. “You know why you came here tonight?”
She breathes a “yes.”
“If you want me to stop, I want you to say…’razor.’ You ought to be able to remember that.”
Wyatt’s Cutter will be published in Shameless Behavior, which is due for release on September 30th. To get early news of the collection’s release, along with special deals and a free erotic e-book by Lana Fox, sign up for our newsletter.
Goodbye Shame. Hello Hot.
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