In the world of romance, I am known as a spurt expert. And by spurt, I mean the use of the word in any format, although I’m most keen on actual love spurts. I count them when I read romances and have even done a study of Lora Leigh’s use of the word in her entire oeuvre. At one point in one of my many twitter conversations on the subject, author Jill Sorenson pointed out that the spurts were all from the males and asked about squirts from women.
While I noted that I hadn’t run across that many in my reading, I knew I had to pay more attention. After all, spurts and squirts go together. Since that conversation, I have noticed more squirts in erotic romances. They aren’t nearly as popular as spurts though. But I can’t highlight my favorite spurts without giving equal time to squirts.
I have to begin with Lora Leigh’s Stygian’s Honor, the book that started my obsession with the word spurt. In this epic paranormal romance, Stygian spurts thirty times. Thirty! In one sex scene, I believe he spurts almost 10 times! I admit that I have often worried about poor Stygian while reading this book. One can only hope that he is hydrating himself appropriately.
His cock pulsed, the shaft flexing as the pre-seminal fluid threatened to spurt past his control. The heated warmth of her mouth was the trigger, just as the slick heat of her pussy would have been.
Her mouth worked over his cock head, suckling, licking it, moaning as a small spurt of pre-cum escaped his control.