Thursday, August 22, 2013

Dermot Davis – Excerpts from Zen & Sex


I tried phone sex once but I just couldn’t get into it. The girl I was dating lived across town and one night I called her for a booty call. Except my car was in the shop and she refused to get into hers and drive over to my place. So she suggested phone sex. It was awful. After my initial question, ‘What are you wearing?’ I was out of titillating questions.

“What are you wearing?”


“You’re not wearing anything at all?”


“Okay. Are you lying down?”

“Do you want me to be lying down?”

“It’s not a hypothetical question. I’m merely trying to picture where you are in your room, if you even are in your room, are you?”

“I’m lying down on the bed, wearing nothing. Naked.”

“Oh. Good. That’s better. That helps.”

“What would you like to do to me?”

“You know what I’d like to do to you.”

“Then say it. You need to tell me. Seduce me.”

“I’d like to come over and have sex with you.”

“That’s nice but it’s not very seductive. You need to be more, I don’t know, erotic.”

“Have you done this many times before? I get the impression that this is not your first time.” There’s no way I could have my first phone sex experience with someone who is so obviously an expert. It would be like playing tennis with someone ten times better than you where you’re running around the court like a madman trying just to get the ball over the net. Meanwhile, they casually stand in place, hitting the ball back with one hand and texting with the other. In one word: demoralizing.

“Is it your first time?” she asks, casually.

“Yeah. I pray to god they get my car fixed tomorrow.”

“So, what would you like to do to me?”

“I don’t know. What are you in the mood for?”

“I was in the mood for seduction but now I’m signing in to FaceBook.”

“Oh, okay. Call you tomorrow, then.”

Zen & Sex 

Martin is a content twenty-four year old single guy whose peace is disturbed when he receives a wedding invitation from his ex-girlfriend with whom he still pines for.

Does he go?

He considers that if he doesn’t go to the wedding, he will be perceived as a sadsack loser.

If he goes alone he’ll be perceived as an even worse loser.

However, if he attends the wedding with a drop-dead gorgeous bombshell who looks like she’s crazy about him, then it’s his ex-girlfriend that’s going to look like the loser.

Problem is he’s not dating a drop-dead gorgeous bombshell.

He’s got three weeks.

After many disastrous online initiated dates, he finally does get to meet a gorgeous bombshell who agrees to attend the wedding with him.

Problem is, not only is she fourteen years his senior, but she’s all about putting Zen into relationship, which involves every guy’s worst nightmare: talking about your feelings, being conscious of your thoughts and above all, unabashed, honest communication at all times.

Martin has no idea what he is getting himself into and the sharp learning curve that’s required of him when all he wants is sex and she wants Zen.

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Genre - Romance

Rating – PG13

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