Friday, April 29, 2011

Love on the East End Synopsis

Love on the East End- by Lily Sawyer

Gabriel Meyer's restaurant is a dream come true, but he gets more than he
expected when in the course of his business he meets William Thomas, owner of
Rolling Hills Winery. Food and wine more than come together on the east end of
Long Island as they discover just how complementary Gabriel and William really
are. Their seeming paradise is disturbed, however, when they meet young Ben
Stewart—a troubled teen who is being bullied at school over his sexuality. Can
they help this young man and fight the intolerance that lies on the east end of
Long Island, or will it consume them?

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Silver Flash

Silver Flash-prompt: "You know what, there's no point to this."

The Getaway
“Your weekend getaway forecast, sunshine in the Pocono mountain area, temperatures reaching into the upper sixties by Saturday.    The temperatures will drop down into the fifties during the overnight hours.  The five day forecast…”   Tom shut off the TV.

“Sounds like the weather is going to cooperate for our weekend of fun.”  Ben glanced over at his partner and then back down to his suitcase.  He’d spent most of the afternoon packing, he and Tom planned to leave Friday night right after the rush our traffic had dissipated.

“Are you ready to hit the road?”   Tom was going out to put the ice cooler into the back of their SUV.   They decided to take up steaks and fixings for sandwiches.   Ben loved BBQ and Tom was a grill master.

“I was born ready.”  Ben loaded his suitcase in the back as Tom did a last minute check on their house, set the alarm and locked the door.  They were finally on their way.

By the time they made it to their mountain retreat it was almost ten, Ben had dozed off, Tom let him sleep while he went to the main office of the resort and checked them in. They got a cabin right next to the lake.

“Come on, sleepy head, wakey-wakey.” He nudged Ben out of his slumber.

“What, huh, we’re here?” he babbled as he sat up straight and tried to shake the cobwebs out of his head. Ben helped his partner carry their suitcases and the cooler into the cabin.  He barely got the door closed before he was wrapped up in his fireman’s arms.

“Tom.”  He looked up at the slightly taller man’s blue eyes.

“Yes, baby?”  Tom didn’t waste any time showering Ben’s face and lips with kisses.

“Uh, I forgot what I was going to say.” Ben laughed.

“’Then don’t say anything, let’s just do.”  Tom wrapped his arms around Ben, letting his hands slide down his lover’s back until they rested on Ben’s firm butt cheeks.

“Tom,” they sat on the couch in the living room, Ben found himself straddling Tom’s lap.

Ben ran his fingers through Tom’s thick, blond hair.    He rubbed his groin against his partner. 

“Ben you’re driving me crazy baby.” He watched as Ben settled on floor between his thighs and unzipped his pants and pulled them down around his ankles.  

“I’ve been waiting a long time for this.”  Ben opened his mouth and took Tom’s large cock inside.   “Mm so tasty.”   He said between sucking on his lover’s member.     He started to suck on Tom’s engorged balls and knew from the heavy panting that the firefighter was very close to coming.   He returned to his sucking duties and it wasn’t long before he was rewarded to a rush of come squirting into his mouth.   He swallowed every last precious drop then crawled back onto Tom’s lap and kissed him.  

Tom reciprocated by giving him a hand job.

They lay in each other arms on the couch and stayed that way for a while.   Then they decided to unpack their things and tried out the king size bed on for size, the two naked men climbed all over each other and tried different positions, including a six-nine position.

The next day the two guys went to go fishing.  Tom loved the outdoors and after a time, and much coercing, Ben learned to love it too.    It was the first time he was fishing.   

They took a canoe and Tom did rowing duties, Ben watched his man flexing his muscles with each stroke.    They found a quiet spot and put worms on their hooks.   Ben watched Tom and copied his every move.    They must have spent about a half an hour and then….”Looks like I got one.”     Tom pulled a trout into their boat.  They had brought a bucket and had filled it with water to place their fish into.

Ben kept looking at his fishing line, waiting patiently for it to start jiggling with a fish at the end of the hook, but while Tom kept pulling in fish Ben just didn’t seem to be having any luck.

“Damn!”  He threw his pole onto the floor of the boat.  “You know what, there’s no point to this!”   

“Come on, Ben, it takes time to catch fish.    You just have to have patience.” 

“Let’s just go back to the cabin, you’ve got more than enough for dinner,” he looked into the bucket that was teaming with fish.  

“Oh don’t be like that baby, it’s okay I’ve had my fair share of bad fishing days.”    Just as Tom was about to get ready to start rowing back to shore, he noticed the line at the end of Ben’s pole was being pulled.   “Ben look!”  

Ben turned around and picked up the pole, the end started to bend under the weight of whatever was on the bottom of that line.   “Oh I think I got a big one, Tom.  What do I do?”   Ben started to reel it in and hung on tight.   Tom got a net ready for when the catch of the day made it to the surface.   It turned out to be a big-stripped bass, Ben pulled on the line and when the fish got close enough  Tom snagged it in the net and brought it onto their boat.

Later, after Ben grilled their fish, they sat back and enjoyed their dinner.   “See, I told you you could do it, that was delicious.”   Tom leaned over and kissed his lover.    “Now you can say you’re a fisherman.”

“I wouldn’t go that far, but I do know how to catch the big ones.”  He wiggled his eyebrows at Tom.  They sat on the deck behind the cabin and held hands as they watched the sunset.

 My fellow flasher:


Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Silver Flash #12

It's that time people.  It's time to post my Flash.   This week there is a scavenger hunt contest and prizes
scavenger hunt rules and prizes

Flash #12  Prompt :  “Wouldn’t it be Romantic?”

The Getaway

His partner was sitting in their living room his elbow rested on the armrest and his hand fisted against his cheek, a forlorn expression on his face.   He’d never seen someone looking so down in the dumps.

“Honey, what’s wrong?”  He joined his lover on the couch.

“Oh, hi babe,” the dark-haired man looked over at him.

“Come on, Ben, tell me what’s going on?” Tom slid closer to the other man.

“I’m a failure, Tom, a big, fat failure.” He sighed

“No you’re not fat,” Tom kidded and bumped his shoulder with Ben’s.

“Shut up!” Ben laughed then sobered and went back to his pity party.

You mind telling me why the long face?”

“I haven’t sold any houses in weeks, it’s only a matter of time till they give me the boot.”

“Oh, honey, you’ve been their top selling agent, you’ve just hit a slump.  I’m sure things will pick up soon.”

Ben rested his head against Tom’s shoulder, he loved feeling his man’s strong arms wrapped around him.

Tom worked out at the gym a few times a week, being a firefighter he had to keep his body fit for the job.   He looked down at the cuddling figure next to him and thought ‘I have to keep myself fit for Ben too, he had an insatiable sexual appetite after all.’

“Come on Ben, it’s a beautiful day let’s go take a walk.”

“Okay,” the men put on their light jackets, it was spring but the weather was fickle and today was a sunny but chilly day.

Lancaster was a beautiful area surrounded by a rural countryside populated by not only the Amish, but by some city folk like them who wanted a quieter lifestyle.

It was a gorgeous Saturday afternoon and Main Street was bustling with locals and tourists.  Ben and Tom decided to eat lunch at one of their favorite places before continuing their stroll.

“Hey Ben, look.”  They stood in front of the travel agency, Tom pointed to one of the vacation ads taped to the window.  The poster advertized an all inclusive weekend getaways to the Poconos.  “It has hiking, horseback riding, golf…”

“You hate golf,” Ben interrupted Tom.

“AND it has a hot tub,” Tom ignored Ben’s comment and continued.  “Wouldn’t it be romantic to spend some time there?” He wagged his eyebrows suggestively. 

“Yeah, I guess, but don’t you have to work?”

“It just so happens I have next weekend off.”

“Well…” Ben pondered the proposal.

“Come on, we both need a break.”

“Okay, you twisted my arm.”

Tom pulled Ben in for a hug and a kiss.  “That’s not all I’m planning to twist.”  Both men laughed and went into the travel agent to plan their weekend getaway.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Silver Flash Scavenger hunt

  I wanted to share this announcement from my fellow Silver Flasher, Heather Lin:

Silver Flash Scavenger Hunt!

Hey, everyone! I've organized a little contest for all of you Silver Flash! readers out there. This Wednesday, April 20th, list this week's participating authors and the names of their main characters, e-mail them to me here, and you'll be entered to win this fabulous prize package:

One travel bottle of Bath & Bodyworks Sensual Amber bodywash and Sensual Amber lotion from Heather Lin

One bookthong from Lindsay Klug

One ebook from RJ Scott

One ebook from Lily Sawyer

One ebook from Pender Mackie

One ebook from Julie Hayes

One ebook from LM Brown

One ebook from Xavier Axelson

The deadline for entries is 11:59pm EST on Tuesday, April 26th, and the drawing will take place on Thursday, April 28th with the winner being announced right here by midnight on Friday, April 29th. We hope you'll join us! :)

Thursday, April 14, 2011

synopsis for "Love on the East End"

Love on the East End- by Lily Sawyer (ordering info coming soon)

Gabriel Meyer's restaurant is a dream come true, but he gets more than he
expected when in the course of his business he meets William Thomas, owner of
Rolling Hills Winery. Food and wine more than come together on the east end of
Long Island as they discover just how complementary Gabriel and William really
are. Their seeming paradise is disturbed, however, when they meet young Ben
Stewart—a troubled teen who is being bullied at school over his sexuality. Can
they help this young man and fight the intolerance that lies on the east end of
Long Island, or will it consume them?

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Flash Week #11

It's that time of the week again, folks.   Time to flash.    This week there were two prompts,  we could use either or both.  I chose both.     They are:  "What's that noise" and "Um...Why don't you try taking the wrapper off first?"


“Yeah, baby right there.”   Jonathan felt his toes curl and his eyes roll back in his head.

He had to be the luckiest man on earth, having a lover who knew how to please him in every way.

“Mm, love you Martin.”  The dark haired man reached behind him and pulled Martin onto his back and snuggled up against him, their lips tightly pressed together.

“I love you too, Jonathan,” Martin managed to get out, he found it hard to talk while trying to catch his breath.  Whoever thought bottoms weren’t in control were sadly mistaken.   Jonathan knew how to work his anal muscles until Martin was beyond spent.  He ran his fingers through his dark-blond locks, pushing the sweaty locks off his forehead.

Both men fell asleep entangled in each other’s arms.


A loud thud woke Jonathan out of a sound sleep.  “What’s that noise?” he reached over to crawl into the comfort of his lover’s arms.

“Martin?” another noise and Jonathan was out of bed in a shot and he stopped by the closet, reached in and grabbed a golf club out of one of the two sets of bags he and Martin kept.  They loved playing golf on weekends in the summer.   

He slowly crept down the stairs,  he noticed the kitchen light was on.

“Martin?”  He stage whispered.   All he could hear was the sound of scurrying feet across the tile floor.  Jonathan raised the golf club over his head and went into the kitchen.  He stopped in his tracks.  “Martin?”

His lover stood in the middle of the room, a bag of Milky Way bars had fallen onto the floor.  Martin had been caught red-handed sneaking the fattening snack.
Jonathan put the golf club down and put his hands on his hips.

“I thought we had an agreement, we were going on a diet…together.  Which means no sweets.”

“I’m sorry, Jonathan.  I really am.”  Martin wore a puppy dog expression on his face.  “I really thought I could do it.”   Martin wrapped his arms around Jonathan’s neck. “But you know I’m a chocoholic.” He kissed Jonathan’s neck , cheek, nose and finally his lips.

“Martin, you know what the doctor said, your cholesterol was on the high side and that you need to lose some weight.  I don’t want to lose you, baby.”

The worried look on Jonathan’s face made Martin put the chocolate bar back, he looked down at the bag,  then back at Jonathan.

“But, honey, it’s the small fun size bars and look.” He showed him the front of the bag and ran his index finger over the words  dark chocolate.

“Loaded with anti-oxidants and it’s only one.”  Jonathan melted under those puppy-dog eyes.

He rolled his eyes and sighed.  “Okay, but only one.”


Jonathan couldn’t help but chuckle at Martin’s child-like enthusiasm.   This was of the reasons he loved his man so much.

Martin quickly grabbed a bar and tore open the wrapper and popped it into his mouth.  He closed his eyes and savored every moment of chocolate goodness.

He turned around at the sound of plastic being crinkled.  Jonathan had reached inside the bag and was holding a bar in front of him as if he were studying a new life form.

“Um, why don’t you try taking the wrapper off first?”  Martin kissed his man.  “It’ll taste better that way.” He took the bar out of his man’s hand, unwrapped it and fed it to him,  their lips met in a chocolate mess.

“Chocolate is an important food group, a must have.” Martin looked at his lover hopefully.

“In moderation.”  Jonathan wagged his index finger at him.

“Okay,” he smiled and they hugged.  “You know what?”

“What?”  Jonathan asked him.

“Chocolate is an aphrodisiac.”  He wiggled his eyebrows up and down suggestively.

“Oh yeah?”


The men went back to their bedroom to find out for sure.

 My fellow Flashers:

M/F: Lindsay Klug  Victoria Blisse  Heather Lin

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Please Vote for my book cover

Alternative read has a contest to vote for the best book cover.  My "Catch of the Day"  is there.  It is currently in 3rd place.

can you please go over and vote for it?  Thanks
vote for book cover

Sunday, April 10, 2011

jewelry page

Just thought I'd let you all know about my jewelry page.   I added two pieces I created at the crafts fair I was at last weekend

Lily's Gems

order info and shipping are on the page

thanks.  have a great Sun

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Flash week #10

Hello everyone,

I just want to say I am not flashing this week.    But I wanted to support my fellow flashers so I am posting the links to their stories.


RJ Scott (m/m)
Ryssa Edwards (m/m)