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Jill Noble from Noble Romance posted a link to a new release called The Gingerbread Tryst.

Here’s the blurb:

Meet Marisa, a restless homemaker who spends her time baking, masturbating and dabbling in magic. Happily married, Marisa only wishes her husband Don could keep up with her insatiable need for sex. She craves orgasms daily and her sex drive has become a sore spot in an otherwise happy marriage.

Determined to find a solution to ramp up Don’s libido, she turns to magic. After trying magical amulets and oils, Marisa discovers a book that contains wish spells. Throwing caution to the wind, she decides to experiment with an incantation that could make her naughty gingerbread man cookie a real flesh and blood man.

Taken by surprise . . . literally, Marisa indulges in a delicious sexual rendezvous that ends up going further than she could have ever imagined. This delightfully sexy tale offers up hot thrills sure to please any sweet tooth!

Committing adultery with a Gingerbread Man? Really?

Here’s an excerpt to whet your appetite:

She hurried back to the dough, rolling the softening ball flat with her wooden rolling pin as a delightfully naughty idea popped into her head. Grinning, she used her knife to carve out the biggest gingerbread man shape she had ever made. She placed raisins on the crown of the cookie for his hair, milk chocolate pieces for the eyes and nose, and added red hot candies for his mouth. She carefully piped blue frosting on the cookie for the shirt before standing back to look at her handiwork.

Giggling, she carefully placed a cinnamon stick between the legs of the gingerbread man. With the cinnamon stick standing vertically, her aroused cookie looked like he had a very long cock. She added more raisins for his balls and used her knife to carve muscles into the arms of her cookie man.

Seriously, a Gingerbread man? Of all the great fairy tales out there, this author decided to erotify (OK maybe that isn’t a real word) the Gingerbread Man? That just seems so wrong…

16 Comments »

  • Hi, Karen. Thanks for your comments on The Gingerbread Tryst. I’d like to offer you a free copy of the story so you can judge it in its entirety. Even if you still hate it when you’re done. ;-)

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  • LOOL! OMG I want to read this!! Does that mean everything will taste like cinnamon and ginger?

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  • Melissa
    December 28
    8:58 pm

    How do you know it went bad? You didn’t even read it.

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  • spordelia
    December 28
    9:43 pm

    Is it wrong that my thought was “Wait a minute – she’s cutting the cookie out and jumping straight to frosting? Doesn’t that cookie need to be baked first?”

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  • Trying to post one more time. For some reason, they aren’t showing up.

    Yes, Katiebabs. And she used red hots for his mouth, so… ;-) It’s a cute story, IMO, with a definite “be careful what you wish for” theme.

    Melissa, I sent the story to Karen. I’m sure she’ll read it and give it a fair review. But even if she still doesn’t like it, she’s entitled to her opinion. :-)

    Spordelia, doesn’t matter. She’s not going to eat it. ;-)

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  • Wondering if I’m the only one who keeps having the phrase…

    “run, run, as fast you can, you can’t catch me, i’m the gingerbread man…”

    dancing thru her head… :o?

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  • I don’t know… there’s something not quite right about eating gingerbread men (the cookie) to start with… I mean you dismember them and then you eat them. I’m sure there’s some deep symbolism there somewhere, grin. So somebody writing about making one come alive does not worry me overly. :)

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  • I want to read it

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  • I like the idea: if he doesn’t make you happy, just eat him. Any what man has ever questioned crumbs in the bed?

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  • ardeatine
    December 29
    2:46 pm

    She hurried back to the dough, rolling the softening ball flat with her wooden rolling pin

    she rolls as she hurries? This woman can multitask!

    I like the rasta hair theme. Raisins for balls might work on a very cold day. To scale with the cinnamon stick they’d have to be very large plump raisins. Wouldn’t dark chocolate, preferably above 70% cocoa, be more appropriate for the features, given her intent? Milk chocolate seems entirely too innocent for the bonkfest that will surely follow. A shirt and no undies? Kinky, I like it.

    With the cinnamon stick standing vertically, her aroused cookie looked like he had a very long cock.

    So pleased you pointed this out. I might have mistaken it for a walking stick!

    From a health and safety pov, I do hope she washes her hands in between the frenzied baking as displacement activity and the wall to wall masturbating alluded to in the blurb.

    And I bet the ironic kicker is that the moment she completed him he jumped from the table ran away and was eaten by a fox? No?

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  • ardeatine
    December 29
    2:57 pm

    Just to add that the name Noble Romance puts me in mind of Strong silent square-jawed heroes saving maidens from fates worse than death, And heroines with one leg finding love while climbing mount everest. Gingergread-bonking joking aside, I’d be interested in Jill’s take on the name versus the actual site content as a marketing concept. I naturally assumed Noble Romance sold inspirational romance.

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  • Ghetto Diva
    December 29
    8:31 pm

    Giggling, she carefully placed a cinnamon stick between the legs of the gingerbread man. With the cinnamon stick standing vertically, her aroused cookie looked like he had a very long cock. She added more raisins for his balls and used her knife to carve muscles into the arms of her cookie man.

    Are you serious? An edible cookie turning into a man? I’m all fairy tales, but this is stretching it. I wouldn’t be able to “fall into” a story like that.

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  • Eeew! That is so wrong.

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  • Casey
    December 30
    8:58 pm

    I have to give the author a big pat on the back. I mean as you said…out of all the fairy tales out there, this author chooses the ginger bread man. That’s pretty original. usually people go running towards the obvious…Cinderella, Snow White, whatever princess. So I’d be interested in reading this just for the different direction.

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  • Reminds me of The Perry Bible Fellowship strip.. this one:

    http://pbfcomics.com/?cid=PBF207-Gingerbread_Man.jpg

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