clothing optional, virginia nelsonLisa, thanks so much for having me on your blog today!

Did you know that in Hawaii there is an entire island that doesn’t bother with clothes?  Most of us do choose to wear them (especially in the north where your nipples could freeze off without them) but not all cultures value clothes as much as ours does.

To experience that sort of freedom from garment based living, there are resorts many places in the US and beyond.

That idea inspired my release with MuseItUp Publishing, Clothing Optional.

If there are resorts out there that you can visit and not wear clothes, you can bet at some point, someone booked one accidentally.

Just that happens to my ménage cast in this erotic romance.

On the rebound, Brie is thrilled at the idea of a vacation on the beaches of Florida. It will be especially great since it is with two men who are absolutely irresistible…and equally unattainable. Murphy and his boyfriend are offering the escape and maybe, if she spends enough time with them, she will be able to resist wanting to strip them every time she sees them.

Murphy has always been oddly attracted to his best pal, Brie. But he has never touched a woman in that way. When his lover and boyfriend Andy suggests they make love to her, that she is perfect for them to experience a ménage, Murphy wonders if he is not enough somehow.

But the temptation of having them both…When they get to the resort and find out that “Clothing Optional” should have been in bold print on the brochure, the three of them are in for the weekend of their lives.

Clothing Optional is available on Amazon now (, and through my publisher here (

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Virginia Nelson spends her days chasing three very active kids around.  When she is not doing this, or plotting taking over the world, she likes to write, play in the mud, drive far too fast and scream at inanimate objects.  She can often be found listening to music that is far too loud and typing her next fantastic tale of blood, sex and random acts of ineptitude.  Romance, in Ms. Nelson’s opinion, is not about riding off into the sunset on the back of a horse with the knight in shining armor— it is about riding the dragon.  If the knight can keep up… well, that is love.