Weekend Writing Warriors 23 December 2018 (RO, ER)

Ambrosia Luna was always surprised and grateful when she thought about how lucky she was to have a boyfriend like Sonny Walton. Nobody believed that a guy like Sonny could ever go for a woman like Ambrosia. Sonny was the son of a billionaire tycoon, slated one day to take over his father’s position as president of Xquenda Jewels. Ambrosia was a baker of modest means.
Sonny was extremely good-looking. He was toned and muscular and had golden-blond hair the color of honey and intense ultramarine eyes. He had chiseled cheekbones and a strong, square jaw. He looked like the kind of guy who probably played football and dated the head cheerleader in high school.
Ambrosia did not look to be at all Sonny’s type.

Snippet from Naughty Netherworld Press' 2018 Xmahanukwanzyule release, Carnal Invasion VII: The Xquenda Chronicles Plus Naughty Netherworld Fairytales:  Ambrosia’s Sweet Holiday Surprise

This tasty tidbit features the opening paragraphs of our forthcoming holiday special story destined to become a Christmas Classic, as Beavis would say.
We are also planning on releasing a New Years short-short with a shocking reveal and will feature a snippet from that Holiday Classic at the appropriate time.
Carnal Invasion VII will be unleashed on the world in the wee hours of December 24, 2018. Ready or not, here it comes!
The bad girls and boys of Naughty Netherworld Press would like to wish you all a very happy holiday and good cheer in the new year.

Check out our library of "Christmas Classics" on Kindle


  1. Opposite attract. That's what makes this kind of story (and life, itself!)so entertaining!

  2. Lucky girl! Hope she doesn't mess it up with insecurity. He's with her for a reason!

  3. Did I miss something, or was there really no snippet?

    1. You've confused me, Darlin'. The snippet is right under the Weekend Writing Warriors badge.


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