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Welcome to Spurtember, the first September in which we celebrate spurts in romance. Last week, I shared favorite spurts, ones that have shot long and hard to make me take notice. But it isn’t just about my favorite spurts. We here at Heroes and Heartbreakers were thrilled when you shared your favorite spurts with us in order for us to hold a Spurtoff where readers can vote for the favorite spurt, earning an author the coveted Golden Spurt rating. To play along, let us know your favorite spurt down in the comments or follow along with the discussion with the hashtag #Spurtember. We will collate all the entries in a third post. coming next week. Questions? Ask away here or direct them to @JenniferRNN on Twitter.
Spurtember is off to a fantastic start. Earlier, I shared some of my favorite spurts. Now, it is time to add some spurts submitted by readers and authors. We have a great mix for you.
To start things off, we’ve got a gem of a spurt from Jeffe Kennedy’s erotic romance, Going Under. In this book, Emily Hartwell is a reclusive game developer in hiding who gets involved with tech report Fox Mullins who is on a special assignment. There are lots of hot sexual shenanigans going on between these two, although the spurt that follows is of the solo variety.
He pushed his jeans midway down his thighs, blowing out an explosive breath as blood flow resumed to the compressed tissues. Greasing up his hand, he propped his forearm on the cool glass, leaning his head against it and staring out into the night, imagining Emily observing as he worked his cock with savage fury.
Within moments, his balls clenched and he came, spurting onto the glass door before he had a chance to grab the washcloth, as if he had, in fact, regressed to his thirteen-year-old self, with all the lack of finesse and control, not to mention the bumbling stupidity, that had entailed.
[Another round of spurts ...]