Stay With Me : A Novel by Eve Elliot - Chapter 23

33:45 Stay With Me: A Novel episode 24 / 31 Sep 30, 2016 8 comments 2835 797

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I'm just going to present these chapters without telling you what happens from now on :D

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  • CharlieRomeoLima on 2017-10-24 06:38:49 (UTC)

    "In the early 21st century A.D., Alexandra the Great, with but a single breath of words sharper than any sword, cut asunder the labyrinthine Gordian knot that for moons beyond reckoning had bound the soul of the legendary warrior, Erik Johansson, to his own torturous, self-recriminating demons. And in so doing, she thereby proclaimed herself Queen, not of all Asia, but of something unique and incomparably more priceless: his heart, forever and ever."

    The depth of your military research surprises me again, Eve. I know C4/RDX plastic explosive cannot be detonated solely by gunshot and requires blasting caps or an electrical detonator like Kamila probably had, so at first I was thinking the soldiers didn't have to hesitate to use their guns to dispatch the bomber, but of course they only knew all this after the fact. Her vest could've been packed with something far less stable, like dynamite or some other improvised explosive scavenged from an old Soviet-era artillery shell.

    I hope Erik can truly start to heal after this soul-searching heart-to-heart with his lady love. And that slow, languid lovemaking that closes this chapter is a great counterpoint to the fiery ardour of their previous sexual union.

    • A Eve on 2017-10-26 14:17:36 (UTC)

      Alexandra the Great - I love it!

      I did quite a bit of research into the military for this series but I'm sure I got a few things wrong. Someone from GWA helped me correct something about the detonator, so I'm grateful for any advice I get.

  • MadWithLust on 2016-10-11 00:39:07 (UTC)

    And here I thought Camilla was an old flame that broke his heart or got away! I was way off!!!

    But what a horrible situation! It's so impossible to choose! I suppose he made the right decision but living with wonder it's such a nightmare for him! It's going to take a lot of "Mad With Lust" sessions to get him to forget! (Hopefully starting next chapter... ;) )

    • A Eve on 2016-10-14 12:33:59 (UTC)

      Aww...well, I want you to keep in mind that romance novels aren't all about sex...there's a lot of emotion in them too so I hope you won't be too disappointed if there isn't a lot more sucky fucky :(

  • Jandrusel on 2016-10-02 14:44:03 (UTC)

    I hope you don't get mad for this Eve, but I'm going to wait until the novel is finished. If I listen to it now, I will have to wait for the next chapter. And my poor heart is too impatient. It's gonna be tough, but I will wait 'til it's finished so I can listen to it in a single afternoon.

    It's amazing how erotic fiction can act as a window to the minds of women. After years of thinking that women rarely think about sex or fantasize, it's incredible how erotica can change that perception. Women are as sexual, if not more, than men.

    I don't know why porn is generally catered towards men (even though, there's women who watch porn too), while erotic fiction is almost always catered towards women. As much as I appreciate the visual aspect of pornography, almost all of it is devoid of context, emotion and love. It's all fucking for the sake of it. Meanwhile, erotic or romance fiction, can also contain sex scenes, but they have context and they have interesting characters and interactions. In my opinion, that makes them more enjoyable and inmersive

    For example, your audios are sexy short bits of erotic content. But they always begin with some interaction on your part towards the 'listener'. Whether is you telling him that you love him, or how much you love his kisses or his cock, that creates a bit of bonding. Because I can relate to it, or at least, Imagine myself being the receptor of this appreciation. That's why I always come back to listen to them: because they let me fantasize and they always touch me in a more emotional level.

    I think it would be awesome if there were more erotic or romantic novels catered towards men, or instead, I wish that men could enjoy reading erotic fiction without looking too 'affeminate'. I'm not concerned in any way by this, but it would be cool if we could break the stigma of reading erotic novels. For both sexes. I think men would benefit from getting in touch with their feelings and their hidden passions, like women do.

    TLDR: I love Stay With Me and Eve because they get me all 'mushy-mushy' and I wish for more work like that to exist.

    • A Eve on 2016-10-02 19:31:47 (UTC)

      I could never get mad at you 😘

      And I agree, I try to write books that both sexes can enjoy and appreciate - which is why I tend to shy away from the term 'romance novel' and even 'erotic novel' - they both seem too narrow to me.

      I will be releasing the whole book (once I've finished recording all the chapters) in a special format so you can listen to the whole thing then :)

  • Null on 2016-10-01 21:38:59 (UTC)

    Jesus Christ-on-a-cracker, it just kept getting worse, what an absolutely terrible thing to be burdened by! Even if it doesn't seem like it, he did do the right thing. Waiting with a bated breath to hear how Alex makes him realize that.

    • A Eve on 2016-10-02 13:43:36 (UTC)

      Aww thank you for listening 💋