A Little Bit of Sin Won’t Hurt – Synopsis

As promised (although one day late), I’m posting one day early since a lot of you have time on Saturday, but we’re low on Sunday, plus with high numbers early Monday morning, I thought it’d be nice to come into the blog and post so they’ll have something nice to start off the week.

(Plus Monday’s are bad for me.)

As always, I post the synopsis first. This is just for the new readers and people who are swinging by wondering what the heck is going on.

Reminders: For more of the story to post, comment often, invite others and just have fun. There are only usually two posts a week and please remember folks. This is off the top of my head, so I really don’t know what’s going to happen.

Here goes…

Initial Synopsis:

Synthia is a beauty like no other – not only on the inside but as well on the outside. She’s used to men falling over her, but she never made a big deal about her apperance. Accomplished in business, intelligent, with a great sense of style, she’s pleased that she can finally get married to a man who she’s only content with. Just as she makes good arm candy for him, it’s reciprocal for her. Plus after a past incident, she swore she would only allow herself to date well to do professional men who made a legitimate living. Her only fault she could say was her voracious curiosity.And on the day before she knows George is to propose, her best friend puts in her head the one thing she has never done: Slept with a guy outside of her race. With her beauty, she can’t just find anyone, so she does what any one in her position and wealth would do: She finds a professional.Let’s just hope George never finds out what a good time she had.

Author’s Note : Usually I’m inspired by a lot of things around me, but the inspiration for this story actually came from my recent infatuation with certain Irish actors. I think I watched PS I Love You just a little bit too much and a lot of Colin’s personality was based on all the Irish men from that movie. On top of that, I got a lot of the feeling in the story from Macy Gray’s song called I Try. I listened to it repeatedly (72 hours straight).

First Chapter Coming Soon!!

Your Author,

Sylvia Hubbard