You may have seen the tweets, “Jill fought her attraction to Sean, but a glimpse of his manhood possessed her,” and “Promiscuous Jill confesses her sinful, slutty behaviour at the Xmas dinner,” but how much does a tweet tell you about a story? And, in this case, such an important story to the Matt and Jill mythology.
The Christmas Exhibition is the first novel, chronologically, to feature Matt and the beautiful Jill, set six years before the later series of Uncertain Cuckold novels. Perhaps you’ve read it, perhaps you haven’t. If you haven’t, I’d like to know why. Is it because of the festive title, do you find such a theme off-putting in the month of July?
What is the story about, and why should you feel compelled to read it? Well, the description I wrote on Amazon tells us The Christmas Exhibition is a tremendous novel of sexy suspicion, sinful confession and blatant exhibitionism. Well, I would say that, wouldn’t I?
Nine months into their relationship, Jill blows Matt’s world apart with a simple question, “Do you think it’s possible to want to fuck someone you don’t even like?” Theoretically, Matt would probably find the question fine. But Jill is drunk, and details of her shenanigans at her work Christmas dinner are unravelling. She confesses she has glimpsed Sean’s manhood. Sean, unfortunately, is the boss’ son.
Jill believes she detests Sean, but seeing his girth begins an obsession which threatens her relationship with Matt. Her thoughts are dominated by images of this young man’s cock. The things she could do with him… With it. But confessions breed consequences, as Jill discovers when she wishes to keep her working life and her private life apart. Young Matt is adamant he will be attending the office party, the following week, in Jill’s place of work.
Jill’s devastation and darkness entangle as one. She is forced to either ignore or embrace this developing part of her psyche, unwrapping her own fantasies of control, dominance and exhibition.
Of all my erotic novels, The Christmas Exhibition is the cheapest. It’s a great place to start, or somewhere to go back to if you’ve already read one of the other books. Please, please, please make my day and download at the very least a sample. And if you like that, why not purchase the full book?
Thank you, folks.
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