Horny Hump Day—Malchen and Pali

Happy Shavuot!

Warning:  Not safe for work or appropriate for those under 18!

Welcome back to Horny Hump Day, a weekly hop where writers share three erotic sentences of a book or WIP. I’m moving over to one of my hiatused WIPs, with the terribly unoriginal working title Malchen and Pali. It’s one of my unconventional 1950s romances (the other being the hiatused Newark Love Story). This one features Amalia von Hinderburg (Malchen) and Paul Weiss (who goes by his Hungarian nickname Pali), and is set from 1951-54. Some readers may remember them from Six Sentence Sunday.

In this scene, it’s April 1952 and 19-year-old Malchen has gone to visit 21-year-old Pali at the house he’s just started renting. After dinner, they move to the purple sofa in the living room, where Pali starts talking about his plans for decorating the house. As he’s talking, his voice trails off.

***

Malchen thought nothing of it when Pali leaned over to kiss her, but her heartbeat quickened when, after coming up for air, Pali turned his attentions to kissing her neck and slid his hands under the back of her blouse. 

“You don’t mind this, do you?”  he whispered.

Malchen shook her head, her skin tingling at the sensations of Pali’s fingertips making little circles on her back.

***

My working synopsis:

No one ever thought skirt-chasing playboy Pali would ever settle down for just one woman, let alone that sweet little Malchen would be the one to steal his heart and make him never want another woman again. But Malchen fears this is all too good to be true and that Pali will leave her once he finds out about what was done to her at Janowska. Pali is desperate to have a bunch of little Weisses, and Malchen knows she can’t have children. Will Malchen ever find the courage to tell him her secret, and will Pali stay or go if he learns his love was sterilized?

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