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Women’s Sexuality; Self-Help; Lifestyle; Erotica
Date Published: Feb 14, 2019  Valentine’s Day
Publisher: Written Warrior Press
 
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“An entertaining and educational firsthand account of an older woman’s single sexual life.”
 
Kirkus Reviews
Fabulous Goddesses: Mrs. Hot, here, inspiring, empowering and entertaining you to the vibrant vitality, sexuality, and joy you deserve on your own personal Mission: Possible. Sixty is the new forty — or even thirty! — as we simply refuse to hang up our running shoes or our sexual attractiveness. To the very, fabulous end! Part One In Hot Pursuit details my transformation and sets you on your path to an exuberant, sexy lifestyle. In Part Two, I share some of my erotic stories with you —True Confessions. You’ll meet my local MENagerie, as well as a few exotic foreign acquisitions: intriguing men of all ages. Why exist an existence when we can live a Life à la Hot?


Excerpt

CREATING A HOT CLIMATE

MAKING A POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL WARMING.

What’s more feminine than sexy lingerie? When it comes to lace, silk, satin, tulle, chi on, crepe, ribbons and frills, this is where we ladies live: Ground Zero for the Girlie Girl. The fact that our sex alone can play Satin Doll—our lingerie clubhouse says emphatically “No Boys Allowed”—makes lingerie a devastating weapon in our Goddess armament. Because, what’s more fatale than a femme in lace pumped with the GAS (Glamour-Attractiveness-Sexiness) to knock’em dead? We’ll slay’em to their foundations … with ours.

When I was a kid, just showing a bra strap or a half inch of petticoat was considered the height of trash. Enter the Eighties, and a Reagan era mercifully goosed by the Seventies punk legacy of fashion nihilism. Dressing turned inside out, as exemplified by Madonna and her brazen brassieres, taking exterior decorating to a new hot level of exposure.

Nowadays, the sight of a bra strap is no longer a deal breaker for the Best Dressed list. Indeed, much of our unmentionables are not only mentioned, but star in outfits designed to give them their fifteen minutes, and more. What used to be outré and the province of Frederick’s of Hollywood is now ho hum mainstream Victoria’s Secret, no longer a hushed confidence but a silky declaration broadcast proudly, chest thrust out (and pushed up, of course) with pride.

As much as men appreciate it, wear sexy lingerie for yourself, first. A line of alluring bras from one company is called “Date Night,” but I find this preposterous—every day presents a special opportunity to invite our Inner Goddess out to play—and may she be wearing a drop-dead glamorous camisole.

As I write this, it is afternoon and I’m having green tea in one of my favorite public places. I’m wearing a cinnamon-red maxi dress, and looking good. But what takes my candy ass from Red Hot to Atomic Fireball status is what I have on underneath: a red lace bra pushing my girls up and together, red bikini panties with multiple layers of tiny ruffles, and a red satin and lace slip with a slit up the side. Yes, I look sexy enough on the outside, but it’s my awareness of what’s underneath that sends out my three alarm vibration … it’s my lingerie that makes me a siren.

Pardon me, but my slip is showing—and isn’t that fabulous?

About the Author

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I’m a gorgeous Goddess who transformed from shot to hot! I found myself in my late fifties facing a future of loneliness, infirmity, and pain—single, in a job from hell, and battling emotional issues that left me unhealthy, unattractive, and in despair. The only men on my sofa were Ben and Jerry! With time goosing me with “it’s now or never,” I plunged into my makeover, a journey of emotional, physical and sexual healing; then, after decades away from it, the world of dating, with its mind-blowing contemporary dynamics. Fearless, edgy, and disruptive, I’m Sex and the City’s Samantha 2.0, now fully ripened—and that much more wise, joyous and juicy. We’re not getting older, we’re getting bolder; my quarter million Facebook followers agree. Catch my blog at http://www.mrshot.com.
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