Free Fall: Guest Blog by Lisabet Sarai

Lisabet Sarai guests on my blog today, to talk about her new release, Bodies of Light. Welcome, Lisabet!


“I want to make love with you in zero gravity.”

That’s a quote from a letter my husband wrote me, more than thirty years ago. When we met, we were living on opposite coasts of the U.S., and after one luminous night together, I had to return to my home and job 3000 miles away. So for the first six months, our relationship was mostly epistolary.

I wish I still had that note but it’s gotten lost somewhere over our years of moving and traveling. I remember thinking at the time that the idea was incredibly sexy. I loved the notion of floating free, limbs entwined, with no worries about weight. Every movement would be slow and graceful. You’d have to hold tight to your lover, to avoid being driven apart by the equal and opposite reaction of each thrust. It would be a strange and delightful manner of coupling.

I still feel that way. Unfortunately it appears increasingly less likely that he and I will ever realize that particular fantasy (although we have lived out many others in our three decades together). I’m approaching sixty, he’s nearing seventy, and space tourism is still a novelty reserved for the seriously rich (which I fear we will never be!)

Fortunately, I’m an author of erotic romance. Even if I can’t experience a fantasy in the real world, I can always imagine and describe it, for my readers and for myself. Today Total-E-Bound releases my science fiction ménage novella Bodies of Light as a stand-alone title. The story is set in deep space, and features a love scene in free fall.

The heroine, physicist Dr. Christine Clarkson, has devoted her lonely life to research on hyper-space travel. Her continued failure leads her to sign on to the Archimedes, a sub-light-speed mission aimed at establishing a colony in the Sirius B system. Waking from suspended animation, she discovers the ship is wildly off course and the rest of the crew are dead due to equipment failure. At first she thinks the two handsome strangers who show up on the ship are figments of her imagination – erotic hallucinations created by isolation and stress. However, Alyn and Zed are solid, real, and ready to sacrifice their lives for the strong woman they’ve come to love.

 Here’s a brief excerpt (rated double X) .


The dream was remarkably vivid. Every nerve sparked as Alyn circled behind her, reaching around to clasp her breasts. He pressed himself against her, nestling his hardness in the valley between her buttocks while he teased her nipples and nibbled her neck. Meanwhile Zed slipped his blunt fingers into her soaked pussy. His thumb found her clit and lingered there. Bolts of electric pleasure sizzled through her.

 “Oh, please…” she sighed, as Zed pushed another digit into her, then spread his fingers wide. She was empty and hungry, crazy with want. She needed to be filled. Zed’s cock, Alyn’s cock, she didn’t care which, but if someone didn’t fill her she thought she’d die.

 “She’s ready,” murmured Alyn. Releasing her breasts, he parted her buttocks and drove into her pussy from behind. The force of his entry crushed her against Zed’s powerful frame. The bulb of the heavier man’s cock prodded her clit, waking fresh spasms of delight.

Zed gripped her hips, holding her steady while Alyn thrust deep and hard. She arched her back, grinding her ass against Alyn’s pubis and urging him on. She was full now, deliciously so, but she wanted more. Zed’s cock slid back and forth at her entrance, bumping on every stroke against the other man’s organ embedded in her sex. The thought of them touching, skin on skin, pushed her higher still, closer to the edge.

 All at once Zed dug his nails into her flesh. His pelvis jerked, hard enough to knock her off her feet. With a massive thrust, he buried his organ in her well-lubricated cavity, next to Alyn’s shaft.

 Christine screamed, stretched to the limit, certain she’d be torn apart. Then a thunderous wave of pleasure crashed down upon her, sweeping away the brief pain. The two men held her close, stilling their movements while she became accustomed to the double invasion.

 She gasped for breath. The fullness was exquisite. Her cunt clenched around the two cocks. They swelled inside her, taking her over. They’ll come together, she thought, inside me, mingling their seed. The notion drove her wild.

Sensing her rising arousal, Alyn and Zed resumed their thrusts. Perfectly synchronised, they drew back then plunged together into her depths. Zed’s steely shaft grazed her clit on each stroke. Alyn’s balls slapped the backs of her thighs. Christine surrendered completely to their shared power. She floated on a cloud of delirious sensation, pleasure more acute than she’d ever known.

 All at once, she realised that they actually were floating. The three of them writhed and squirmed a meter above the floor. Free fall, she thought, feeling giddy and strange. Without her sandals to anchor her, the force of Zed’s entry had propelled them all into the air. Even in my dreams, I can’t get away from physics.


 I had a fabulous time writing Bodies of Light. It’s my first serious attempt at science fiction, although I’ve been a devoted scifi reader since I was a kid. To celebrate the release, I’m giving away a copy of the book today to one lucky reader. You can leave a comment here at Amy’s blog, or over at my blog Beyond Romance. Comment on both posts and you’re entered twice! I’ll draw the winner on Wednesday June 1st.


 A dozen years ago LISABET SARAI experienced a serendipitous fusion of her love of writing and her fascination with sex. Since then she has published three single author short story collections and six erotic novels, including the classic RAW SILK. Dozens of her shorter works have been released as ebooks and in print anthologies. She edited the acclaimed anthologies SACRED EXCHANGE and CREAM and is currently responsible for the altruistic erotica series COMING TOGETHER PRESENTS. In addition, she reviews erotica and erotic romance for the Erotica Reades and Writers Association ( and Erotica Revealed ( websites.

Lisabet holds more degrees than anyone needs from prestigious universities who would no doubt be embarrassed by her chosen genre. She loves to travel and currently lives in Southeast Asia with her highly tolerant husband and two cosmopolitan felines. For more information on Lisabet and her writing visit Lisabet Sarai’s Fantasy Factory ( or her blog Beyond Romance (

16 thoughts on “Free Fall: Guest Blog by Lisabet Sarai

  1. booklister says:


    Now I know why your reads are so fantastic. . . .your husband sounds like a true dream…….

    Congrats on the great book and your wonderful family

  2. Sally Lloyd says:

    I really like the sound of this Lisabet. I don’t normally read m/f/m stories but this one has really wet my appitite. I will certainly be getting this somehow and its defo on my want to read list.

  3. wyndwhisper says:

    congratulations on the release.can i just say wow on the great excerpt. i can’t wait to read the rest of the book and see what else happens.

  4. Darcy says:

    Congrats on your over 30 year marriage!
    It is so nice to know that there are other married couples together as longer as my H and I.
    We will be 36 years in Nov. this year.
    I love the concept in free fall.
    Thank you for the wonder chance to win your book, and I wish you many more happy years~



  5. Hello, all,

    Thanks so much for your kind comments! I’m glad you liked the excerpt. I’m leaving the contest open for another 24 hours, so tell your friends!

    By the way, I am working on a scifi novel, a M/M erotic romance set in the near future. Hopefully I’ll get back to working on it one of these days!


    • Amy Valenti says:

      Lisabet, before you choose a winner, can you please let me know that you’ve closed the competition? The reason I ask is that I have to approve comments before they show up on my page – meaning that someone might have commented that you can’t see yet. 🙂

  6. Tracey D says:

    Oh, what a hot excerpt. I can’t wait to read Bodies of Light.

    I look forward in reading your M/M erotic romance sci-fi novel. Do you have a title for it, yet?

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  7. Hello again,

    Thanks to you all for your comments. Yes, my husband IS one in a million. I know that I’ve very lucky. I never expected to get married, let alone stay married for 30 years. I come from a family with many divorces.

    Sheila, you asked whether it’s harder to write sci fi than contemporary romance. For me, definitely. I love reading scifi (and not just erotic or romantic scifi) but both the need for imagination and the need to be factually plausible make it a difficult genre. You can find out more about my thoughts in this area (and read yet another excerpt!) at the Hitting the Hot Spot blog:

    Thanks again!

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