Author Spotlight’s Constitution by @sydneyamichelle

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Constitution

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Sydney Aaliyah Michelle
@sydneyamichelle

Kendall and Ethan’s connection is undeniable, however, can they let go of the rules enough to trust one another with their hearts?”

 

 

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  “I have no problem playing by his rules, as long as I get what I need.



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I have no problem playing by his rules, as long as I get what I need.

Kendall Ryan has a plan: study hard, get the summer associate position of her dreams, and don’t fall into the trap of screwing her way through law school.
But, a woman’s got needs.

Kendall meets Ethan, the older brother of one of her classmates, at a bar and decides he’d be the perfect man to help her fulfill those needs. As long as he doesn’t get to involved.

Ethan Resnick, DC’s hottest young divorce lawyer, has rules: don’t let a woman take over his life, be a good example for his brother, and don’t let anything derail his career.
But, rules are made to be broken.

Kendall and Ethan’s connection is undeniable, however, can they let go of the rules enough to trust one another with their hearts?

The Constitution is a scandalous romance by Sydney Aaliyah Michelle. If you enjoy a sexy story line, with a shocking turn of events, set in Washington, D.C., you’ll love Sydney Aaliyah Michelle’s latest stand alone HEA novella romance.

Pick up The Constitution and read all the ways Kendall and Ethan break the rules today!


Excerpt 1:  

Watching him watch me turn me on. It did the same for him, which made it hotter.
He squatted down, his face inches away from where my hand was working my clit back and forth. He blew a small burst of air.
It sent a shockwave through my core.
My fingers stilled.
He looked up at me.
“I thought we could make it to the bed this time.” He grinned and placed a kiss on the back of my hand.
I offered him my fingers, and he sucked them into his mouth.
I gasped.
His tongue worked over and between my fingers. When they were clean enough, he nodded and dove on my pussy, tongue first.
His tongue was long and hard. It caressed my walls. My body spasmed. I closed my eyes to feel it, but then opened them to watch him devour me. I couldn’t decide what was more of a turn-on.
He paused to coat his fingers with my essence and nibbled on my clit while he pressed two fingers inside me and massaged me with the same motion he used with his tongue. It hit me a little deeper and harder. He increased the pressure.
He took his time, tasting and touching every part of me. It was too much and not enough.
My desire was a slow but steady climb up a steep mountain. I closed my eyes, savoring it.
But then he stopped.
My eyes popped open. I opened my mouth, but the expression on his face stopped my protest. He was looking at me.
“Your pussy is really beautiful.”
My face grew hot. I fought the urge to close my legs and push him away.
He seemed to be in awe.
“No, really. It’s beautiful.”
“You act as if you’ve never seen one up close before.” My voice came out shallow and forced.
“No. I have.” He shook his head like we were discussing the weather. “Have you?” He kissed the inside my thigh, and my pussy clenched.
“Physically impossible,” I said and closed my legs.
He stood abruptly; his hands remained between my legs.
“You could take a photo, videotape it.”
I cringed but then moaned when his fingers snaked inside me.
His hips rocked back and forth, causing his hand to press into me farther.
“No photos. No videotape.” I breathed out between thrusts. “Don’t leave evidence behind.”
“It’s such a shame.” He curled his fingers upwards and dragged them out.
My body convulsed.
“Oh, God,” I said and exhaled.
“What can I do for you, Kendall?” He shoved his fingers back in.
I gasped and scooted back. He gripped my waist and pulled me forward. His hard cock nestled between his hand and my pussy. He thrust into me again, his fingers on the inside and his cock on the outside.
He got into a rhythm. The pressure built. He removed his hand, and his cock slid up against my clit. Stretching the front of my panties, he humped me on the kitchen counter.
He grabbed my hips and pressed us together tight. His other hand crawled up my spine under my shirt and pulled me to him.
I wrapped my arms around his waist and pressed my tits against his hard chest.
“Yeah.” He grunted in my ear. “Keep doing that.”



Excerpt 2:  

“Come in,” I said but didn’t look at her.
She walked in a few more steps.
“Get on your knees,” I said.
She didn’t comply.
I faked a frustrated sigh.
“Kendall,” I said, my tone firm. I still hadn’t looked at her. “Get on your knees.”
I waited another minute. Maybe she wanted me to make her obey. I could do that.
When she didn’t kneel, I turned in her direction in time to catch a glimpse of her blouse as she escaped down the hall. 
“Fuck.”
I ran after her.
She had made it to the front door. She jerked on the handle with one hand while pulling her shirt closed with the other.
When the door wouldn’t budge, she slammed her hand on it and cried out.
“Hey.” I came up behind her.
“Stay away from me.” She straightened up. She tried the door again.
I held my hands up.
“What happen?” I asked.
She whimpered and leaned her head against the door. I stood to the side and watched her break down.
Tears fell from her eyes.
“Hey. I’m sorry.” I placed my hand on her back. She flinched but didn’t move away.
“If that’s what you’re into. I’m …” Her voice trailed off.
“Shh. It’s okay.” I pulled her into my arms.
She laid her head on my chest but didn’t hug me back.
“I was just playing the game.” I rubbed up and down her back. “I thought it was what you needed so you could let go.”
She leaned back.
“You don’t know me.”
“Obviously, but you followed me for a reason.” I stepped back and held her face in my hands.
“I just thought …” Her voice trailed off again.
“You thought what.”
“I thought we could you know?”
“Fuck.”
Her sudden shyness turned me on even more than the girl who unbuttoned her shirt on command.
“Yeah.” She leaned back and placed her hand on my chest. She blinked with a hopeful look in her eyes.
Oh, wow. Who is this girl?
I pulled her toward me, her body flush against mine. I kissed her cheek.
She tilted her head.
I laid soft kisses down her neck.
She moaned and pressed her body into mine.
She ran her hands around my waist and slid a hand into the back of my pants. She flexed her fingers on the top of my ass and pulled me closer.
My hard-on pressed into her stomach, and she rocked back and forth. It was a slight movement, but it had me breathing hard.
She turned the tables on me, but it was no longer a game.
“I’ll do you one better,” I said.
She leaned back and tilted her head up at me.
“I’ll even cook you breakfast in the morning.”
She grinned and blinked.

 

I laid a soft kiss on her mouth and walked backward toward my place, bringing her with me. 


Author Spotlight:

Hello. My name is Sydney Aaliyah Michelle. I am a romance writer, movie quoter (annoying, I know), and tattoo lover who hails from Dallas, Texas. I write contemporary & interracial romances with second chances, bdsm, & sports elements (Not all in the same book). 

I’m so excited to be here. 
Greetings and welcome! How long have you been a writer and how did you come to writing?
I’ve been writing all my life: journals, short stories, horrible poetry. I wrote my first novel in June of 2011. It was awful, but I wrote it and I was pretty proud of myself because up until then, I was notorious for starting things and not finishing them. I wrote with no intention of publishing it, which took a little of the pressure off. In fact, I wrote two more full length novels before writing my debut novel which I published in 2014.
How did you come up with this storyline?     
I am a law school graduate. I attended law school in Washington D.C. I have been wanted to write a series of novels based on when I was in school and living in that city. All of the politics and backhanded dealings, negotiations, and scandal you imagine in D.C. are real. It’s a sexy atmosphere that makes for some pretty dramatic stories. For me it all started in law school, so that’s where this starts with Kendall and Ethan.
What are the best and the worst aspects of writing?
The best aspects of writing is sitting down and writing the story, the first draft. I love the freedom and creativity of writing a first draft. I love it when I create a character in my head and start writing them and they take over and take me and the story in another direction.
The worst aspect of writing is loosing interest in a character or story plot. I am guided by what touches me, what excites me and if I’m bored, the readers will be bored. But sometimes the business calls for me to write when I’m not feeling it, like in my latest series. Everyone wants a story between these two secondary characters, but I wasn’t feeling it. Instead I wrote the second book on two other characters and touched on the sought after couple with a hopes it will inspire me in the future to give them their story.
What inspires you to write?
I’m inspired by any medium that tells a story. I get inspired by music, movies, other books, art. People and places inspire me as well. I currently have series set in New Orleans, Dallas, and now DC.

How did you conduct your research for Constitution?
Like I mentioned Constitution is inspired by my time as a law school student in DC. I try and get back to DC at least once a year. When visit, I try and go back to my law school. As an alumni, I get access to the law library, which is the most amazing building. Last year, it was during finals and when the students around me where all studying, I was writing Constitution. It really put me right back into the mindset to write this story.
What are 3 of your favorite quotes from Constitution?
-Sick and twisted, I could get excited about. I loved sick and twisted.
 
-“I just thought …” Her voice trailed off again.
“You thought what?”
“I thought we could you know?”
“Fuck,” I said. 
“I’ll do you one better.”
She leaned back and tilted her head up at me.
“I’ll even cook you breakfast in the morning.”
 
-“You could take a photo, videotape it.”
I cringed but then moaned when his fingers snaked inside me.
His hips rocked back and forth, causing his hand to press into me farther.
“No photos. No videotape.” I breathed out between thrusts. “Don’t leave evidence behind.”
Any more Favorites from Constitution:  
I love the Constitution introduces a few more characters in the DC Series, Ethan’s brother, Ian, Brady and Caroline. It’s the next book in the series, my first menage story called The Contract.
What would your friends say is your best quality?
My friends  say my best quality is my loyalty. I am loyal and fight for my friends.

Are reader reviews important to you? Why?
Reviews are important. I like to hear how readers connect with my work. If I’ve inspired or challenged a reader, I like to hear that. I don’t mind the bad reviews. Most of them are telling and give me an insight into my work that I hadn’t heard before.
Nine books in and a review hasn’t made me rethink my career choice, so as long as I don’t take them personal and realize it’s not really about my book, it’s how someone else perceives my books, then I’m good with them.
What do you do when you don’t write? Like in “Real Life”
What is real life with out writing? Haha. I love to read and I’m a movie fanatic. I love quoting movies and I’m always planning a vacation or trip somewhere and occasionally I get to take them.
Tell us about your other books?
Overall, I write contemporary romance. I have interracial romance, sports romance, contemporary romance with BDSM elements.
I cover some pretty tough subjects in my novels such as child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence. My books aren’t light, but they are real and all have happy endings. There is a little bit of myself in each of my characters. 
 
So glad you could visit with us and give us some insight into your book, your work and you, the author. Thank you so much for coming.
 

 

Thank you so much for the interview. If you want to learn more about me, please check out my website, www.sydneyaaliyahmichelle.com. 

About the Author:




Sydney Aaliyah Michelle is a Contemporary Romance writer, a voracious reader, tattoo lover, and movie fanatic who hails from Texas.

After surviving 5 1/2 years living in China, she had the courage to finally pursue her passion and become a writer.

She identifies the sci-fi action flick “The Matrix” as the best representation of her life in the past. She is now blessed to be awake and doing what she loves.

She can recite the entire script from the 80’s teen comedy/drama “The Breakfast Club” and loves any and everything associated with the Avengers Movie, especially Tony Stark.

When it come to books, Sydney reads different genres, but some of her favorite writers are Stephen King, Alex J. Cavanaugh, J.A Huss, M. Never & Emily Bronte. Under the Dome, The Great Gatsby & Wuthering Heights are her favorite books.

 

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