Saturday, August 10, 2013

THE DIAMOND MAN by Michael J. Molloy

August 1 – September 20


They drank the wine from two wine glasses Jim had brought from home, and indulged themselves on the cheese, crackers and fruit.

Each took turns reading various poems to the other. Anne especially cherished one piece by Emily Dickenson. Upon completion of the poem’s recital, she closed the book and held it close to her body. Anne closed her eyes and smiled sensuously.

At that moment Jim brushed the strands of her hair with his left hand.

The sensation felt like cool zephyrs on a warm summer day running through his fingers. And Anne wore a perfume that was seductively intoxicating, acting like an aphrodisiac, heating up the passion.

Jim delicately moved his left hand until he cupped it around Anne’s left shoulder. She woke out of her trance to realize what Jim was doing. Anne admiringly looked at Jim as he returned her gaze. The two slowly moved toward one another until the moment came when Jim and Anne were about to exchange a long kiss.

He could feel his blood rushing through his veins. Right away, their eyes closed as Jim and Anne engaged in their passionate embrace. Their lips locked and their tongues entwined.

© 2013 THE DIAMOND MAN by Michael J. Molloy
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  A graduate of St. John’s University, Michael’s contemporary romance novel THE DIAMOND MAN will be released this year by Gypsy Shadow Publishing. He is currently working on his suspense novel SADISTIC PATTERN, which he hopes to complete by the end of this year. Michael will then work on his next project—a contemporary romance novel entitled GREETINGS FROM CARTHAGE.


  1. This was beautiful, sexy and romantic..I loved it!

    1. Thank you for the wonderful compliment, Nancy!

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words, Mina

  3. Very romantic, love all the detail.

    1. Thank you, Shirley! I guess that's the Nicholas Sparks influence.