#MeetandGreetMonday with J.J. Lore #Sci-Fi #Menage #PlanetAlpha @JJLore1

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Good morning. It’s Meet and Greet Monday!

With us today is Romance Author, J.J. Lore.

 

Welcome, J.J.!

Hello! Thanks for hosting me. I’ll try to wake up and be coherent even though it’s Monday.

What is a typical writing day like?
In an ideal world, I’d get up, have hot coffee and eggs benedict, then about eight uninterrupted hours to write to my heart’s content, with a break for a wedge salad and some iced tea for lunch. But, even though I write fiction, I live in the real world, so somewhere in between caring for a seven year old child, laundry, cooking, and desultory housekeeping, I try to sit down for at least a couple of hours a day at the computer and write. My time is very fragmented, so when I have the chance to be creative, I focus and get the words out. I’ve successfully completed two NaNoWriMo books and always served a home cooked dinner every evening of those months, so multi-tasking is a must.
Tell us a bit about yourself. Where do you live, do you have a significant other, any young ones running around?
As I mentioned above, I have a young son and I’m lucky enough to get to stay home with him thanks to my husband’s work. We live in central Ohio, in a beige house in the suburbs and drive non-descript sedans. I shop at Kroger and work out every other day. My favorite stress relievers are reading, watching movies, and going to thrift stores. You’d never guess I use my computer for writing erotic romances!

What is your favorite junk food?
Ooh, I have so many! I love any sort of dark chocolate, red wine (cab sav or a nice blend), cured meats, smelly cheeses, Cincinnati chili dogs, Pringles…now I’m getting hungry.

Preference – Sam or Dean Winchester? If you haven’t seen Supernatural (and why not! It’s MY Fave show LOL), then would you prefer Iron Man or Wolverine?
So sorry, but I’ve never seen Supernatural, so I’ll have to pass on that one. I can’t stand Iron Man and all his snarky little quips, so I’ll go with Wolverine. I’m a fan of chest hair.

What are you a collector of?
I love so much stuff (see above reference to thrift stores!); vintage evening bags, Trifari pins, Waterford crystal, cookbooks from the 1970’s, and French cast iron enameled cookware. I just bought a gorgeous iridescent emerald green beaded snap clutch from the 1950’s in perfect condition and I can’t stop looking at it.

Have you ever thrown a book you’ve been reading against the wall because you couldn’t finish it?
No. My dissatisfaction with a book is expressed by a curled lip and a raised eyebrow, followed by a quick burial in the Goodwill box.

Who is your celebrity crush—male and female?
Mmm, lots of male crushes; Idris Elba, Richard Armitage, Eric Bana, Aaron Eckhart, and Patrick Stewart all come to mind. Female crushes…Christina Hendricks and Cate Blanchett.

If you were given an all-expense paid, five day/night trip to anywhere, where would you go?
Only five days? In that case, I’d go to Japan. I’d love to see the contrast between urban and rural areas and I adore Japanese food, so I know I’d have a great time.

What is the most played song on your iPod/MP3 Player?
Urk, I don’t own either. I still use CD’s! My go to writing music is anything by Vangelis or Sigur Ros.

What song are you most sick of hearing on the radio right now?
Let It Go from Frozen. I wish everyone would just LET. IT. GO.

What is your favorite movie from the 80s?
The eighties were my decade, so I can’t pick just one. Blade Runner, Indiana Jones, Ghostbusters, Aliens all of those come to mind.

Which Avenger character are you? (Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, etc.)
Let’s see, I’d marry Captain America, kill Iron Man, which means I’d have to…wait, this isn’t F/M/K? Sorry, got distracted there for a second. I’d like to think I’m Captain America, but I’m sure my family thinks I’m the Hulk. I do have a temper.

What is your favorite part of summer?
Walking barefoot in long grass, fresh berries, and sleeping in.

If you could trade places with any other person for a week, famous or not famous, real or fictional, with whom would it be?
I’m not really envious of other people’s lives, so this is difficult for me. I’ll have to say I’d love to live as an extremely wealthy Roman at the height of the Empire, perhaps 100 A.D., in Rome with a quick side trip to a coastal resort town. I’d love to see the architecture, all the different cultures mingling, watch a chariot race, visit a fabulous bath house, and try some of those amazing dishes like roasted flamingo tongue or potted doormouse. Then again, maybe not some of those dishes.

If you had the chance to meet one author – past or present – who would it be? Why?
I’d love to meet George MacDonald Fraser. He wrote these amazing historical fiction books about a Victorian cad named Flashman. I love the character, the humor, and all the great references to British colonialism.

Who/What are you currently reading?
Right now I’m reading Greg Isles’ Natchez Burning. Really great story set in the modern South with a sub plot involving the civil rights movement.

Writing can be a crazy business. How do you stay positive within the craziness?
I keep the creative side separate from the business side. If you let your emotions and ego get caught up in what reviews say, or your sales figures, or rejections, you’ll become miserable and quit. Telling stories is completely different than selling them.

What do you think is your greatest strength as a writer?
The ability to focus and my determination to keep the story logical.

Did you always want to be an author?
No! I never even considered it until I sent a manuscript off to a publisher on a whim and they accepted it. Before, I’d written lots of non-fiction in my professional life, but the idea that a story I’d made up was entertaining to someone else was a complete shock.

No matter the story, where do you always draw inspiration from when you begin each story?
Being true to my characters and making sure they get their HEA. I like my characters and want the best for them. They have to persevere in the face of a lot of obstacles because that makes the story more fun, but in the end, I’ve never written a character I wouldn’t want to have as a friend or neighbor.

What was the worst summer job you had in your teens?
Looking back, none of them were that bad, but working in a deli could be disgusting sometimes, especially since I usually closed, which meant I had to clean a day’s worth of grease and food residue off of slicers, counters, trays, and the floor. Don’t even ask about how awful it was to clean out the grease trap under the sink. I’m gagging just thinking about it.

 

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By J. J. Lore

Evernight Publishing, 27 June 2014

ISBN/ASIN: B00LC9KZYE

Blurb:
Working to heal wounded Alphan warriors is the new duty of bondmates Leo and Deklan. Although recovered from severe injuries received on the field of battle, they are no longer fit to fight. Their orderly, all-male existence is turned upside down when an injured human female becomes their new responsibility.

Aura Tremain wakes up in an alien hospital, healing from a beating delivered by the Xyrans who’d kidnapped her. Upon her discharge, two handsome Alphan men offer her refuge until she’s well enough to travel.

Even though Leo and Deklan know they will never be permitted to bond with Aura as their souls demand, they can’t ignore the desire she stirs in them. Her time with them is short, but so intense. Will the intimacies they share be strong enough to withstand the expectation that bondmates are for battle-worthy warriors? Can their passion bind the three of them forever?

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J. Lore bio and social media:
J. Lore needs three things; strong, black coffee, time to write, and…well…you can guess the third. When she isn’t inventing fantastical tales filled with passionate people, she’s shaking sriracha on whatever she’s eating or reading about the Justinian plague. For updates on her erotic romance releases, visit her at http://www.jjlore.com/ She’s also on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/J-J-Lore/1393971707546734 , Goodreads at https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8188490.J_J_Lore and Twitter @JJLore1


Excerpt:

It was strange to wake up in a bed with an alien male, no, two alien males, she amended. She glanced over to see Leo was still asleep, sprawled on his belly, his head cradled on his bent arm. Lots of thick muscles under gleaming skin on display. They both looked so strong.

She turned her head back to Deklan and jumped with surprise to find him watching her with half-closed, sleepy eyes.

“Sleep well?” he whispered.

She nodded. Deklan’s eyes crinkled at the corners. He inhaled and stretched his arms over his head with a sigh, inadvertently dislodging the sheet even further down his body. He was wearing dark pants so there wasn’t much more she could see, not that she should be looking any further. She couldn’t quite take her eyes off him, though. As he lowered his arms, the one closest to her nudged along her shoulder and coasted down her arm, his large hand finally coming to rest next to hers. He edged closer and watched her for a moment. She could feel the heat of his body.

“Do I look very different?”

“Different than what?” Aura whispered back, unwilling to disturb Leo when he’d been so kind to her.

“A human male. I’ve never seen one in the flesh nor seen a human female until the ship landed.”

“You look different. Bigger, stronger. Your skin is…” She trailed off, not quite sure how to put her newfound affinity for gold.

“Is what?” Deklan rubbed his hand along his chest, bumping over swells of muscle, disturbing the fine black hairs tapering down his abdomen. His voice was rough, and the timbre of it vibrated some previously unknown part of her ear.

“It’s beautiful.” Her honest assessment resulted in a disbelieving smile from the Alphan lounging next to her.

“It serves its purpose. I’d never call it beautiful, especially compared to yours.” Deklan glanced at her face, then her shoulders and arms exposed by the borrowed tank she’d worn to sleep. She knew she was blushing since her face was so hot. In an effort to compose herself, she looked over at Leo to find he was still deeply asleep, unmoving from when she’d last seen him.

A large hand sliding along her arm brought her attention back to Deklan to find he’d edged closer and turned so he was curving against her now. Maybe he was just affectionate in the morning, maybe—

The sudden press of a hard cock against her hip made her shiver. At least, she assumed the hard, warm shaft she could feel through her thin clothing was a cock. Deklan was alien, so perhaps his equipment was different. Although why he’d be aroused in proximity to her was a mystery. Perhaps he was similar to a man and this was just the usual morning reaction.

“Your skin is so smooth and soft,” he murmured as he ran his fingertips along her hip, then her belly, cloth bunching up under his fingers, exposing some skin at her waist. The slight parting of fabric made her shiver, made warmth spike into heat along her nerves. “Not frightened?”

“No,” she whispered, caught up in the intensity of his gaze, the sheer sensual pleasure of having someone touch her.

 

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#MeetandGreetMonday with Cassandra Carr #MM #ComingSoon @Cassandra_Carr

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Good morning. It’s Meet and Greet Monday!

With us today is Romance Author, Cassandra Carr.

Welcome, Cassandra!

 

Describe a typical day in the life of Cassandra Carr, writer, mom, daughter, hockey fan…
Well, because I am all those things and more, there is no “typical” day. The routine will be more steady once the summer is over, but right now, I don’t set an alarm since either hubs’ will wake me up or my daughter will. Once she’s back in school I need to set one since she gets up about a half-hour before my husband.
I check email, Hootsuite, and Facebook first thing in the morning, and get my daughter fed and d
Cassandra Carr headshot 120x120 large resolutionressed. If she’s going to school, I’ll often use an hour or so on admin work (being self-published is tough, man!) and then do some sort of writing task.
She gets out of school at 2:30, so if I’m picking her up, I go get her. I might have more time to do stuff once she’s home, but she’s five, so…Hubs arrives between 5:30 and 6:30. He’s in IT, so if something breaks, he has to stay til it’s fixed. We try to have dinner together and then oftentimes my husband does something with our daughter since he hasn’t seen her all day. Then I can relax, clean, work more, whatever.
I go to bed between 11pm and 1am, depending on what I’m doing. It’s a little after midnight now, and
I’m waiting for our third tie dyed shirt to finish drying in the laundry before I go to bed, so I’m answering these questions! More productive than searching for hot inspiration online. Or is it?

Which team do you predict will win the Stanley Cup next year? I’m still on the fence personally, too soon to tell, but some people I know are already predicting…so what about you, Cassandra?
Hard to say. To be honest, with the Sabres as bad as they are I haven’t paid as close attention. I know Chicago’s looking pretty good. I also know my Sabres will NOT finish in last place. No way. *shakes head vigorously*

What is your favorite color?
Purple. I like color in general, but I’ve always liked purple. When I was a preteen my parents let me choose carpet and paint for my room. Yep, purple. You may notice my website and a lot of my branding materials include purple. I often wear purple to conferences.

What is your favorite scent?
I don’t think I have a favorite, but I definitely have a least favorite – vanilla. Now, I know what you’re all thinking…vanilla is such an innocuous scent. Well, my roommate in an apartment back in college was a nut for it. There wasn’t a square inch of that apartment that didn’t reek of it.

What do you like to do for fun and relax?
We have Roku, so if I’m wiped, I’ll pick out some odd movie or period piece and watch that. I read a lot too. I love going out. Buffalo has an embarrassment of riches where food is concerned, believe it or not.

What five items do you take everywhere with you – besides cell phone, keys and purse/wallet?
Crayons for my daughter, pain pills of about six different types for my chronic neck and shoulder pain, tissues, prescription sunglasses, and lip gloss or lipstick. I don’t wear makeup normally, but I’ll throw some lip stuff on if I’m going anywhere worth doing it for. 😉

If we were to come over to your house for dinner, what dish would you make us?
Oh wow. I’m actually a pretty good cook. It would probably involve my famous Thanksgiving stuffing. So if that was true, probably turkey too. And of course, appropriate wines paired with the meal. My husband and I are wine drinkers. We don’t drink to excess, but we enjoy going to wineries, exploring our local stores for deals, things like that.

Have you read any books that have made you cry?
Geez. Where would I start? So many make me cry. One that recently wrecked me was a YA male/male story called Hat Trick by Jeff Adams. Excellent, excellent book, but it’ll stay with you for a long time.

What three words would your family use to describe you?
Overachiever (they say I work too much), loving (hopefully) and knowledgeable (someone around here has to be, lol).

Do you get road rage? What pisses you off the most about other drivers?
Not really. I’m rarely in a huge hurry. I don’t like driving in general, so rush hour isn’t fun for me. What pisses me off is people who follow too close. Drives me nuts. I was in a chain-reaction collision about ten years ago. I was driving a Honda Civic and got sandwiched between a (thankfully empty) wheelchair van and one of those huge trucks guys like to buy to feel manly. Yep, you guessed it. That accident is one of the reasons I have this chronic pain. So back off, people!

Who are some of your favorite authors?
I can never answer this question! It would take a long list, and I’d forget someone. But I can tell you the genres I’m reading most often these days are male/male and historical romances. I don’t tend to read much BDSM, because it really bothers me when authors get things wrong. I’m not in the lifestyle, but as someone who needs to get things right, I do a lot of research. I don’t enjoy category romance or paranormal, but other than that, I’m fairly open.

Did you always want to be an author?
LOL No, not at all. It never even entered my mind. I graduated with a degree in Psychology, with a minor in Human Resource Management. I was hired to do recruiting for a computer consulting company, which I hated. I then moved into market research for the same company, which expanded to include many other marketing-related duties as the company laid people off. I became the Director of Marketing for a dot.com and got laid off from that. Afterward, I found it hard to get another full-time position. I was writing hockey fanfic, and my mother, also a writer (Cindy Racette), suggested I fictionalize one story and try to sell it to a publisher. I did, and sold in November 2010.

What is your one pet peeve about the writing business?
When I write what I feel is a good book and no one buys it. It’s very discouraging to spend so long on something and feel it has merit, and have readers disagree.

What do you think is your biggest writing weakness?
I get bored. There’s no way I could do something like a 20-book series. I’m probably not focused enough.

What bestselling book or series do you wish you had written?
The Lorelei James Rough Riders series. Remember that thing about getting bored? Well, if I had the patience to write a series like it would be awesome. Of course, Lorelei is awesome (and a very nice person!) so I’d never want to take away her fame.

If you could have a superpower, aside from writing of course, what would you wish it to be?
Flight would be convenient. Not very exciting, but there it is, especially since I’m not a fan of driving.

Do you have a bucket list? If so, how many items are on it? Have you been able to cross many items off the list?
I don’t have a written list. There are things I’d like to do – hit one or more of the bestseller lists (NYT or USA Today); go to Europe for a couple of weeks; see the Sabres win the Stanley Cup…

 

Coming Soon from Cassandra, and other authors…CampusCravings_HigherLearningMMBoxedSet_eBookCover600x900

Campus Cravings, releasing 8/25:
Welcome to Cathia University, where school is in session! Nine of today’s hottest gay romance authors have crafted brand-new interrelated novellas celebrating everything wonderful about college, with over 200,000 words featuring sophisticated professors, sexy teaching assistants, ambitious grad students, and spirited undergraduates, all looking for the same thing: an A+ in true love.

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#MeetandGreetMonday with Rose Wulf #Romance #Erotic #Shifters @RoseWulf

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Good morning. It’s Meet and Greet Monday!
With us today is Romance Author, Rose Wulf.

Welcome, Rose!
Hi, Kacey, thank you so much for having me!

Describe a typical day in the life of Rose, the writer.
Oh boy. Well, for me my day starts around 7:30am; I have to be sure to get up at the same time every day to give my 16 year old cat her medicine! After that it’s time to get myself ready for the day, and hopefully I can sit down with a granola bar and a cup of coffee before I go to work. Granted, ‘go to work’ means walking through the door off my dining room and stepping into my office!
I’m a full-time resident manager for an apartment complex, so the day-to-day work stuff is always somewhat unpredictable. It does usually offer some good time for writing – or at least plotting – though! And after work I go all the way back through that door to get home, get started on dinner, and afterwards I’ll write if I’ve got a story I’m working on actively. If not, I might take the time to watch a movie!

Tell us, what’s the first thought that comes to your head when you read the following words …
Romance … Love it!
Hercules … Great movie
Witches … Magic – always a fun story element!
Game of Thrones … Hugely popular; I should probably check it out
Miley Cyrus… No thank you.

What is your favorite junk food?
Does chocolate count as a junk food?

What are you a collector of?
My biggest collection is easily comic books! I love superheroes and all their crazy adventures, even the heartbreaking ones!
Other things I collect include coffee mugs (hey, gotta feed the habit!), key chains, and TV shows on DVD. Because I never know when I’ll feel like reliving some good memories! Oh, and reviews; I absolutely love collecting book reviews!

Who is your celebrity crush – male AND female?
Do I have to pick just ONE?! Ok, well, I’ll start with the female. That’s a tie between Jennifer Lawrence, who’s just awesome, and Scarlet Johansson.
As for the male, I have several! But at the end of the day my ultimate loyalty lies with Jensen Ackles. He plays Dean Winchester on Supernatural, for anyone who doesn’t know. The man is gorgeous!

***he’s my celeb crush too! So gorgeous!***

What three words would your family use to describe you?
Honest, loyal, and loving.

If you were given an all-expense paid, five day/night trip to anywhere, where would you go?
Almost definitely Hawaii. I’ve always wanted to go, and lately the desire to see Hawaii has been really strong!

What song are you most sick of hearing right now?
My first thought was “Wagon Wheel” by Darius Rucker. Closely followed by anything Miley Cyrus.

What are you scared of most – spiders or snakes? If neither, what are you most afraid of?
They terrify me! I have more than a few full-on panic attacks when trapped in the presence of anything larger than the pad of my pinky finger!

What is your favorite color?
Oh, that’s easy: pink!

What is your favorite scent?
This, however, is not so easy! Some of my first thoughts are: rain, pine tree areas immediately after a good rain, and baking cookies. Or baking anything, really. Oh, and coffee!

Who are some of your favorite authors?
Anne George (may she rest in peace) was my first favorite author. Since then others include: Sherrilyn Kenyon, Angela Knight, Janet Evanovich, Joan Swan, and comic book legend Chris Claremont.

Tell us about your “big break” in the publishing world. Was there any one person believe in your work first (besides yourself of course)?
My “big break” was an open call for submissions for a themed anthology being published by Jupiter Gardens Press (a then-imprint called Pink Petal Books). The piece I submitted for the anthology was accepted as a stand-alone, but I had to make it longer of course. That story became my contemporary romance novella, Campfire Romance!

What did you do to celebrate your first contract?
You mean after I finished crying with happiness?? I went out to dinner, told everyone I knew, and cried some more!

What books have most influenced your life most?
Murder on a Girls’ Night Out by Anne George is definitely on the list. That was probably my first REAL favorite book, and it will always hold a special place in my heart for just that reason!
The Harry Potter series and Angela Knight’s Master series are probably the two I can most credit for my love and appreciation of solid world-building. Master of the Night has what is to this day one of my favorite series-prologues of all time. I dream to be able to create worlds as detailed and beloved as theirs!
The Stephanie Plum series, by Janet Evanovich, showed me just how important and enjoyable good humor is to a good book. And Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter series showed me how to apply good humor to the kinds of stories and settings that I myself am the most fascinated by.

If you could trade places with any other person for a week, famous or not famous, real or fictional, with whom would it be?
You just HAD to add ‘fictional’ as an option, didn’t you?? Ok, ok, let me think….
I’m kind of surprising myself with this answer, because I honestly thought I’d wind up choosing a fairly well-known superhero (Barbara Gordon [Batgirl] and Storm were two of my top contenders). In the end, though, I find my choice would be the character Asuna Yuuki from the anime Sword Art Online. And I’ll tell you why, of course! It’s because I don’t think I’ve ever quite been so truly envious of a fictional character as I have of Asuna. She’s so many things that pretty much all females would aspire to be that it’s just not fair. She’s beautiful, smart, strong, confident, sweet, loving, loyal, and honorable. And at the ripe old age of seventeen she’s already found her one true love; someone who would do anything – give up anything – for her and what they’ve built together. I dare you to find a romance author who doesn’t dream of that!
So I would trade places with her, so that I could get a taste of what it’s like to be all of that. To live in a world that rife with inspiration and to have an idea of what it felt like to be the heroine of a great love story.

If you knew then what you know now (about yourself, life, etc) what main piece of advice would you give yourself at age 21?
Probably this is the part where I should point out that age 21 wasn’t all that long ago for me! I mean, I turn 26 in November!
That said, there are still some things I could have done better. Probably my biggest piece of advice I could offer my younger self would be “don’t wait.” Generically like that, after all, it could apply to many things! In a lot of ways the main application would be best applied to dieting – a goal I hadn’t yet made any real progress on at that point in my life. And it’s truly amazing how much better I feel now that I’ve just about accomplished my weight loss goal; I do wish I’d done it sooner! With that dieting success I’ve been able to mature more, to grow more into myself and become more confident in myself. It certainly couldn’t have hurt to get started on that at 21!
 

Caught In Darkness CoverCaught in Darkness is the start of my new Night Shadows series!
Veronica Wyndham had no idea that vampires were real, let alone that her new favorite customer—Tall Dark and Handsome—just so happened to be one. And she never imagined she’d overhear a robbery plan with murderous potential while eating lunch in the park. Making those kinds of enemies just wasn’t a good way to spend a day.
Seth Hunter knew he should have been grateful for Veronica’s unintentional help in exposing the traitors, but all he could worry about was how much danger she’d just landed in. Instinct had him taking it upon himself to keep a protective eye on her, but even then he had to keep his distance. If she found out the truth about the world around her, she would surely get Caught in Darkness. My New Look! Jan2014

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#MeetandGreetMonday with Taryn Kincaid #SleepyHollow #Romance @TarynKincaid @DecadentPub

MGMondaysGood morning. It’s Meet and Greet Monday!

With us today is Romance Author, Taryn Kincaid.

Welcome, Taryn!

Describe a typical day in the life of Taryn.
My life is one of such non-stop excitement, everyone I know is totes jelly. Of course, the only peeps I know reside on Facebook. But every second of every day, I am dodging bullets or some such thing. I barely have time to breathe or use the facilities. By the way, where is your rest room?

You’re from New York…what is your favorite place to visit regularly?
I frequently drive over the Brooklyn Bridge. (I could probably sell it to you.) The ride from Manhattan to Brooklyn is nothing special. Usually because I am late and they are doing construction. But I have to say the ride back from Brooklyn to Manhattan, especially on a sunny day, is stunning. Statue of Liberty to your left, East River to your right and towers of Manhattan looming above all. Some of the architecture is amazing. In the sun, everything glitters. No lie.

What is your favorite scent?
Coffee. And bacon.

What is your favorite part of summer?
All of it. It is the season that makes me the happiest. I love Daylight Savings Time. I get all sorts of gloomy when we have to turn the clocks back and it starts getting dark so early. And I know this is a horrible thing to admit, but sometimes I have to wish for a non-sunny weekend or no writing gets done. (I pretty much only write on weekends.)

Have you read any books that have made you cry?
Most of them. I am a total soft touch when it comes to that. I cry at cheesy commercials.

Have you ever thrown a book you’ve been reading against the wall because you couldn’t finish it?
That is not the smartest thing to do with a Kindle. Back in the day, I rarely didn’t finish a book I’d started. Ulysses is one that comes to mind. I’d try to soldier on to the end. Now, my time is too valuable. If I’m reading something that doesn’t grab me and entrance me and suck me in, I’m done. There are quite a few I DNF.

Who is your celebrity crush?
I just had a marathon viewing of Season 1 of Ray Donovan. So, at this moment, I’d have to say Liev Schrieber. Tasty!

If you were given an all-expense paid, five day/night trip to anywhere, where would you go?
How to choose? So many places I’d love to see. I recently got to scratch New Orleans off my bucket list. I’d been wanting to go there for years and years and years. So glad I had the chance and I’d go back in a hot flash. I’d love to see Bora Bora, Hawaii, Australia, the coast of Spain, Portugal. In the U.S., I guess my new bucket list cities are San Francisco, San Antonio, San Diego. (You sense a theme here? I guess I like it hot.)

What three words best describe you?
Judgmental. Funny.

What is your favorite movie from the 80s?
Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Do you have a bucket list? If so, how many items are on it? Have you been able to cross many items off the list?
Not really about things I want to do, so much as places I want to see. (See above.) I can pretty much live my life totally contented if I never jump out of a plane.

What was the worst summer job you had in your teens?
I worked for the Department of Motor Vehicles one summer. My job was to place a check mark in a lined notebook when people came in to make their appointment for their written driver’s license test. BOR-ING! No one there was under 50, or so it seemed to 16-year-old me. I would walk over to a nearby park for lunch and scribble. Wrote my 1st novel — a rock and roll opus — that year.

Who are some of your favorite authors?
Currently, I’ll have to go with J.R.Ward. I love the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, and even her Fallen Angel series. And Nalini Singh. Jennifer Ashley’s MacKenzie series. Oh, there are many who are must reads for me.

If you had the chance to meet one author – past or present – who would it be?
Well, I was very happy to meet the effervescent Kacey Hammell in May!

***Gasp, awwww. Thank you sweetie. I LOVED meeting you too.***

Who/What are you currently reading?
I am somewhat embarrassed to admit I am reading Game of Thrones. I’m about halfway through the first book.

Tell us about your “big break” in the publishing world. Was there any one person believe in your work first (besides yourself of course)? What did you do to celebrate your first contract?
Yeah, I’m still waiting for that.
When I belonged to RWA, and my local chapter, Hudson Valley RWA, my little group was very supportive. I don’t belong to RWA anymore and I kind of miss having the support group and the ready CP partners.
I’m not sure I have a contract celebration tradition, but I have a release day tradition: I always take the day off from the day job. The weird thing is, often the book releases early, a day or two before the “official” release date, so I miss it anyway!

No matter the story, where do you always draw inspiration from when you begin each story?
The characters.

What is your one pet peeve about the writing business?
Promotion.

What do you think is your greatest strength as a writer?
Metaphors and similes.

What do you think is your greatest weakness as a writer?
Metaphors and similes.

Taryn’s blog post:
So…I was an English major as an undergrad. Read lots of “literature.” Read no romance. Until one summer I was in Jamaica and my beach friend left open one of those old school historicals, the sort that really was a “bodice ripper,” even though that phrase now makes us all cringe. The book had the word “Savage” in the title and it was open to a place in the middle and she was off romping in the waves. I picked it up and began to read and read and read. From the middle to the end. Totally hooked, from that moment forward. I think I may have stolen it from her to go back to the beginning. So my first romances were historicals. Regencies, my delight. Tried my hand at one of those. It ended up over 700 pages long, with a kiss that went on for 25 pages. Lots of head hopping. I hope I know better now. But the bare bones of that story became HEALING HEARTS, my Regency novella (and first contracted book) for Carina Press. And then…somewhere along the line, I discovered paranormals. Whole new worlds opened up for me. Worlds I could even create myself! And my SLEEPY HOLLOW series was born.

The latest release is IN FROM THE COLD. It’s short. It’s HOT. It’s a 1Night Stand for Decadent Publishing. And it’s tons of fun.

 

BLURB:
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Spook Raines is a burnt-out spy who doesn’t know he’s a fire demon with a twin in Sleepy Hollow.

Geneviève Mortimer is a will o’ the wisp who hunts demons to ease the pain of her troubled past.

When Madame Eve brings them together for a torrid 1Night Stand, will they be able to come in from the cold at last?

 

 

EXCERPT:
Geneviève Mortimer crept down the quiet hotel hallway, careful to bank her glow…at least for the moment. She’d sensed the presence of a demon on the floor, but something seemed off about the male’s aura. A weird lack of evil, like an impenetrable force field surrounded his consciousness, his psyche. As if he thought he were…human.

Had he been brainwashed? Drugged? Raised by gypsies? By wolves? Wait. No. Scratch that last one. She didn’t get the were vibe at all with this one.

No matter, as a will o’the wisp and a POLO, Protector of the Legion of Shadows, tasked with watching over humankind and keeping the unwary safe from visitors from the demon realms to the human plane, she lured the black-souled to their demise. Going all shine-a-light and sparkly until the evil ones fell under her spell and followed her anywhere. She needed to find this guy. Pounce first, beam a little hypnotic wattage, ask questions later. Take him out before he did any harm. To humans, or innocents like her parents.
She sniffed. Getting warmer. Closer to the demon’s room. What would she find behind his door?

Ignoring the do not disturb sign, she jiggled the handle. Locked. But the absence of a key card wouldn’t be a problem for her, not with her brand of talent and the magick lock picks in her pocket. She got the door open in seconds and slinked into the room, masking her radiance, keeping to the shadows.

Holy shit. The scent of male arousal filled the air. Delicious, decadent, sublime. Total man candy, like nothing she’d ever smelled before. Calling to her sweet tooth. Her horny core. So intense, an ache blossomed between her legs. She closed her eyes and inhaled. Whoa. She could orgasm from the erotic scent of the guy alone. Was the dude going through breedspawn? Were all the rumors she’d heard of the full-on crazy, demon male mating phase more than myth? She’d sure never encountered anything as powerfully sexy as this.

Cripes. This sort of thing never happened to her. I’m a demon hunter, damn it. She remained professional always, despite her ditzy, scatterbrained reputation. Did her job. And did it well. She’d fooled even her closest friends, those who didn’t know about her role as a POLOS and didn’t guess the half of it. Those who thought she slut-flitted around the world searching for mischief, adventure and, most of all, pleasure, like some sort of fickle, commitment-shy, well, yeah sure, okay, will o’the wisp.

Amazon US | Amazon Canada

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Website: http://tarynkincaid.comMe and Cap (3)

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 Email: taryn@tarynkincaid.com

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#MeetandGreetMonday with Ela Stein #Fantasy #Menage #Sci-Fi @Stein_Ela

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Good morning. It’s Meet and Greet Monday!

With us today is Romance Author, Ela Stein.


Welcome, Ela!

Tell us a bit about yourself. Where do you live, do you have a significant other, any young ones running around?
Wow, thank you so much for having me here today!! So excited to stop by an share a little bit!
Currently, I live in Delaware, in USA… which is near Philly and not too far from NYC. It’s kind of nice – close enough to the “fun” places, and small enough that we get to have no taxes! Liquor stores abound as soon as you cross the border 😉 I live with my husband and two awesome kids. They totally make my world go round.

Tell us, what’s the first thought that comes to your head when you read the following words…
Rainbows …butterflies
Shifters …Alcide … yep, that about sums it up!
Sunsets …skinny dipping
Game of Thrones …only like the best series EVER!
Miley Cyrus… big tongues

What is your favorite junk food?
Popcorn

What do you like to do for fun and relax?
Scrapbook. One of those hobbies it’s easy to get obsessed with.

Have you read any books that have made you cry?
Um… this is a total downer, but I have to say “Diary of Anne Frank”… if you want a good cry, that one will get you every single time.

Who do you think is hotter – Chris or Liam Hemsworth?
Chris. I mean, who wouldn’t pick Thor!?

Who is your celebrity crush?
I have a bit of an off taste, so I would have to say Joaquin Phoenix and Leonardo DiCaprio… a dash of crazy never fails to spice things up. *g*

If you could trade places with any other person for a week, famous or not famous, real or fictional, with whom would it be?
Okay, I’ve been obsessively watching all 3 seasons of Once Upon a Time, and I’d have to say I’d trade places with Emma for a week for sure. I think a week is plenty of time to hook up with Hook, right??

***OMG YES! I agree!!**

If you were given an all-expense paid, five day/night trip to anywhere, where would you go?
Somewhere in Asia. I’ve been lots of places around the world, but haven’t made my way there yet. It would be so cool and exotic. Japan or China or Thailand. I would love a trip like that.

What three words best describe you?
Creative, determined, and different 😉

What is the most played song on your iPod/MP3 Player?
This is totally 1980’s pre-technology of me, but I just listen to whatever is on the radio. I don’t even have an ipod. But I do get obsessed with certain songs once in a while and hunt them down on YouTube. I love alternative sort of music – White Stripes, Black Keys, etc.

What song are you most sick of hearing right now?
Miley Cyrus… pretty much anything by her.

If you had the chance to meet one author – past or present – who would it be? Why?
Anne Rice. I love her writing and come on… she’s totally not afraid to speak her mind, so right or wrong, at least it wouldn’t be a boring conversation!

If you could have a superpower, what would you wish it to be?
Flying. I used to be obsessed with that idea when I was a kid, and I still kind of am. How cool would it be to be so free?

What bestselling book or series do you wish you had written?
I have to say, I really love the “New Species” series by Laurann Dohner. It’s amazing, and she should be very proud of herself.

Writing can be a crazy business. How do you stay positive within the craziness?
Let’s just say negativity and rejection comes with the parcel whenever you pursue any creative endeavor. Pursuing creative endeavors, whatever form they take at the time, is just who I am, so I have no choice but to accept the craziness that comes with it. I am who I am.

What is your one pet peeve about the writing business?
Big publishing houses’ condescending attitudes toward writers.

What do you think is your greatest strength as a writer?
Really getting into those characters. Being that other person while I’m writing is pretty cool. Kind of like getting to experience flying in my mind – the next best thing to reality.

What do you think is your greatest weakness as a writer?
Letting my moods get in the way of getting my butt into that chair and writing no matter what. Still working on that one.

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Hello everyone! I am so pleased to be here, and I have to thank my hostess, Kacey, for having me.
Love’s Labyrinth came out in May with Evernight Publishing, and although I’ve had a couple months to get used to the idea of being a “published author”, it’s still a pretty cool… and somewhat foreign feeling. When I was a kid, reading was my escape, it was my best friend, and it was better than chocolate cake. I also loved to create things and make a lot of stuff up in my head, so of course I ended up writing for fun as well. I never went further than having fun with it until recently, though. I was brought up to think about practical pursuits (that is, a regular, steady paycheck). And so I followed that path for pretty much all my life, making art and writing on the side “just for fun”. Here comes a little self-disclosure… I turned 35 last September and it suddenly hit me – I hadn’t gotten very far with my dreams of being published and I wasn’t getting any younger. I focused my thoughts and energy on it, and got more serious… and amazingly, it paid off. Just a few months later, I had my acceptance from Evernight, and finally, last May, my dreams came true. I know that comes off as pretty cliché, but I’m saying all this just to illustrate how much “Love’s Labyrinth” means to me. I wrote the book I wanted to write, and included all the elements I love the most – genuine feelings, love, danger, excitement, hot sex, and a fantasy setting. I was true to myself and didn’t compromise my artistic vision while pursuing my goals of getting my work out there, and I’m very proud of the end result! “Love’s Labyrinth” is a hot menage novella, set in a fantasy world, and I hope my readers enjoy it as well.

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Love’s Labyrinth by Ela Stein

Love's LabryinthAuria enters the magical Labyrinth on New Year’s Eve, and its halls guide her to the two men she is fated to be with. Brener has loved her from afar since they were children, and Jhennen is a Warrior-Guard, commanding in personality and intimidating in physical presence.

They share a life-changing, passionate night together, but come morning, they must decide if their one-night menage can be the beginning of something new. When trouble threatens to tear Auria away from her life and the two men she is starting to develop feelings for, their connection just might be her only hope for salvation.

 

Buy Links:
Evernight Publishing

 Amazon.com

 

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#MeetandGreetMonday with Teresa Hardister #Spirituality @THardister

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Good morning. It’s Meet and Greet Monday!
With us today is Inspirational Author, Teresa Hardister.

Welcome, Teresa!

How long after you get up in the morning are you at your desk writing?
I love to write early in the morning. My best ideas come at 6 am and I can get on a serious roll if I start out first thing with writing. So to answer your question, as soon as I have a cup of coffee on my desk, I start writing.

What is a typical day like for you?
My days are so unplanned, none are really just alike, but I do have certain things I do every day. I write in the mornings, go for my walk, check out my garden, goof off for a bit and then I meander to my swing with my headphones on and listen to music, most every day. Of course I have family life to take care of, and my day ends with supper and knocking new ideas around on paper. Any number of random funny things can happen in my day, and I always look forward to them.

Tell us, what’s the first thought that comes to your head when you read the following words…
Romance …passion, kissing, rainy nights with the windows open.
Spring …Rebirth, happiness, fresh, renewed spirit.
Vacation …escape, leisure, pleasure
Beaches …sand, sun, inner peace, home.
Big Bang Theory …Bazinga!

What is the most devilish thing you’ve ever done?
Ahhh! When my sister I were younger, I tied her to the front of my ATV four wheeler and would slam on brakes before getting to a tree, leaving her to believe we were going to hit it head on. I am much nicer now, I promise!

What is your favorite junk food?
Doritos with French onion dip.

What do you like to do for fun and relax?
Music, music is the most relaxing activity I can partake in. I also love to just be outside, whether it is gardening, playing in mud, fishing, or camping, as long as it is outdoors.

What five items do you take everywhere with you – besides cell phone, keys and purse/wallet?
Lip gloss, a token coin that my Mother gave me before she passed, photos of my family, breath mints and also some sort of jewelry in case I decide it is fitting to wear it.

Do you like to cook? What is your favorite dish to make?
I love to cook so much. I grew up in the South and so much of our culture is based on food and spending time in the kitchen. I would say my favorite things to cook are traditional Southern dishes: fried chicken, okra, homemade biscuits, gravy, and veggies. I try to be careful about frying everything, but here, it is a given!

If you could trade places with any other person for a week, famous or not famous, real or fictional, with whom would it be?
I would say Edna, the main character from The Awakening by Kate Chopin. She led a somber unhappy life, but she threw caution to the wind and allowed herself to live in a time when it wasn’t acceptable for women to be rebels and to shed their ladylikeness.

Have you ever thrown a book you’ve been reading against the wall because you couldn’t finish it?
Yes! I normally always read a book before I see a movie version of it, but I watched “Under a Tuscan Sun” and loved it so much that I got the book. I began reading it and just couldn’t finish, it was so hard to understand and I was highly irritated that it didn’t flow and I had to keep refereeing back to even make sense of it at all.

What are you scared of most – spiders or snakes? If neither, what are you most afraid of?
Oh, good gracious, snakes! I just saw a black racer in my yard the other day and I flipped out. I detest them, it doesn’t matter if they are poisonous or nonpoisonous; I act like a two year having a tantrum when I see them.
***You and me both!!! My boys were never allowed to have rubber snakes. Seriously couldn’t even stand those ones. I’m very terrified of ANY snake.***

Who is your celebrity crush?
Oh that is tough; I have a couple or five! Kenny Chesney, because we have similar backgrounds and heritage and I admire his “don’t quit and don’t care what people think” attitude. Also, (and, yes, I am a weirdo), I grew up with a huge crush on Chewbacca from Star Wars!

If you were given an all-expense paid, five day/night trip to anywhere, where would you go?
I would go right here in my home state to the shore. I love the Outer Banks area, and Rodanthe, where the wild horses run freely along the beach and all you can see is water and sand.

Which Avenger character are you?
Oh, I am the Hulk. Actually, my Mom used to call me that. My eyes change colors, and when I am mad they change from blue to green, so the Hulk seems very fitting.

If you could have a superpower, what would you wish it to be?
I would want to have the power of healing. So many people suffer in this world, some with visible illnesses and others that can’t be seen, and to be able to heal them would be such a great gift.

What song are you most sick of hearing on the radio right now?
Happy, by Pharell! I can’t handle that song! I find myself singing along with it and it makes me crazy!

If you had the chance to meet one author – past or present – who would it be? Why?
Oh, such a hard question. I would say from the past, Ernest Hemingway. I am in love with his work and have been my entire life. As for modern day, I would choose Nicholas Sparks. I am fascinated by how his mind works and how he creates such amazing pieces.

Tell us about your “big break” in the publishing world. Was there any one person believe in your work first (besides yourself of course)?
My Mom had urged me to share my writing for many years. I began writing as a child, but was very afraid to share it. I followed her guidance and decided that I would take the leap. She never waivered in her belief in me and my writing; and even though she is no longer with me here, I still feel her presence when I begin to write. What did you do to celebrate your first contract? I think my Mom, my sons and I ordered Chinese take out, and danced the entire night away in my living room with random bouts of screaming in disbelief.

Did you always want to be an author?
For as long as I can remember I have been writing. I went through a brief period in high school when I wanted to be a marine biologist, but writing has always been my one true love.

No matter the story, where do you always draw inspiration from when you begin each story?
I look into my past, I look into happenings around me and I compare what elements could be the same. I listen to so many people and I observe them, and I store it all away in my mind until it’s time for it to surface and be used on paper.

book2Uniquely Nobody (Author’s Edition)

 

I am nobody. I have no celebrity status other than possibly being known locally as the one who taped her pants in high school, or the bait shop girl.

I am not wealthy.

At times, I’m clueless.

I have taken many pages of mental notes and learned on my journey as a mother, friend, daughter, and, ultimately, a human being, that this chaotic world we live in is about the little things.

Moments, experiences, and priceless joys that we all share make us our own Unique Nobody.

Life can swirl by us pretty fast. Don’t we owe it to ourselves to hold hands with friends, skip, go fishing, and to remind ourselves that we are all here to live in each moment and treasure being our own somebody!

This book was written in hopes of making people feel good about themselves, and to make them assess their own lives.

Walking away feeling a sense of pride because of who and what you are, every one of us nobodies are our own somebody!

The Author’s Edition is much like a Director’s cut, it contains new content, and some deleted text and many revisions.

Buy Links:
Amazon.com — Ebook
Amazon.com – Paperback


Bio:bookpic
Teresa Hardister is forty one years old, she lives with her husband and two sons in North Carolina. She hopes to touch one person daily and bring them new insight.

Connect with Teresa:
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#MeetandGreetMonday with Eva LeFoy #Futuristic #Sci-Fi #Romance @Eva_Lefoy

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Good morning. It’s Meet and Greet Monday!

With us today is Romance Author, Eva Lefoy.

Welcome, Eva!

Thanks for having me here!
Describe a typical day in the life of Eva Lefoy.
Oh it’s much less exciting than you might think. M-F I word 8-5 so I get up and head to the office. I am a commercial insurance account manager and some days that’s boring, other days, it’s exciting in the all the wrong ways. I write at home after dinner. Sometimes it’s hard to make myself go to bed on time!

Tell us a bit about yourself. Where do you live, do you have a significant other, any young ones running around?
I’m a lifelong resident of Washington state although if I could I’d probably move to Europe. Norway maybe, Greece, France, to name a few places. In the meantime I hang out with my hubby gardener and one bossy cat.

What is your favorite junk food?
Chocolate. Chips. Wait, that’s two.

What do you like to do for fun and relax?
Hike. I know, that sounds like work and not relaxing but believe me, when I get to the top of wherever I’m going and I look at the view, it’s very relaxing.

Do you get road rage? What pisses you off the most about other drivers?
I try to avoid road rage. I do live in a very small town at the moment so it’s not so bad. I lived in Seattle for 15 years and the traffic only got worse. It became rather annoying! And dangerous, too, IMO.

Who is your celebrity crush?
Who isn’t? Johnny Depp, Peter Dinklage, Hugh Jackman, Robert Downey Jr. are all yum!

What three words would your family use to describe you?
Bratty. Pushy. Bossy. But I’m not, really! It’s just my family are a bunch of whiners!

What is your favorite scent?
Perfume-wise I LOVE Opium and Ysatis and Curve. And Chanel /Coco. Natural wise I’m heavy into Patchouli. You either love it or you hate it and I could bathe in it every hour and never get tired of it!

What was the worst summer job you had in your teens?
Probably babysitting. I didn’t have that many summer jobs so that was nice.

If you had the chance to meet one author – past or present – who would it be? Why?
As far as current authors I would say Sherrilyn Kenyon so I can pick her brain and learn her secrets. Especially since I’m going to write a UF version of The Snow Queen.

Do you have a bucket list? If so, how many items are on it? Have you been able to cross many items off the list?
No. And no. But stay tuned. I might come up with one yet!

Who/What are you currently reading?
I’m reading a little werewolf ditty for research purposes. It’s called Taming Heather by Lorie O’Clare and it’s book I in the Cariboo Lunewulf series.

Writing can be a crazy business. How do you stay positive within the craziness?
Hiking, wine and chocolate. All three in equal measure!

Did you always want to be an author?
I don’t know. I’ve always written but writing for fun and being an author are two different animals. One is far easier than the other.

No matter the story, where do you always draw inspiration from when you begin each story?
It’s always easy for me to come up with a line. Any line. And bam! You’re off and running. Pick a scene and start it right before the action. I’m not big on backstory. If the scene is in the woods then the character is going to be near the woods to start with and I’m not going to put in three pages worth of description!

What is your one pet peeve about the writing business?
It seems like there’s a bit of high school about it sometimes. People at publishing houses can be cliquey. But the authors themselves are usually great to get along with in social media.

What do you find most challenging about writing?
Always learning, always trying to improve and wrap your head around something new.

If you knew then what you know now (about yourself, life, etc) what main piece of advice would you give yourself at age 21?
Ignore men! Seriously. I thought life was all about romantic love at that age. It’s really not. It’s actually all about hiking!

From Eva:
I recently participated in the Sci Spanks blog hop. If you like science fiction or science fiction romance, or if you happen to like spanking stories, take a look at the two themes combined. Every author provided a 2,000 word free short story on their blog. We had such fun doing this!

The hop is over now, but the stories are still great reads.
Here’s a sneak peek at mine:

He raised a bushy dark brown eyebrow the same color as his braided hair. “I promise I will decide your fate fairly.”

I pursed my lips in what I hoped was a pretty pout. “Can’t you maybe punish me for being bad and then let me go?”

Oo’ir’s eyes gleamed at the word punish. I’d heard theirs was a discipline-focused sexuality, but the reports hadn’t been explicit about their tastes. I was forging into unknown territory, both exhilarated and terrified at the possibilities.

“You wish to be punished, Earthling?”

“Yes,” I breathed. “Punish me, Oo’ir. I’ve been a very bad girl.”

His hands grabbed me and pulled me to his chest. The pads of his fingers were rough, like sandpaper. The feel of his chest like warm steel. I bit my lip as my pussy clenched in anticipation.

“Bad,” he repeated.

“Yes. Very bad girl.” Oh, how bad I’d truly been. Oo’ir had no idea.

He picked me up as though I weighed nothing, and strode toward the throne. When he reached it, he set me down on my feet and gave me an appraising look. He fingered the placket of my coat, his gaze on my breasts. “You are fragile. Weak. You will not take much punishment.”

I shook my head in disagreement. The gesture meant the same thing in our languages. “I can take it. Really. Give me what I deserve, Oo’ir.”

He snorted a hot breath out his nose before pulling my coat down and ripping open my blouse. Since I’d worn no bra – who needs one in space with light gravity anyway? – my breasts were fully exposed. He sucked in a breath and grasped both nipples, pinching them hard.

The pain-pleasure circuit in my brain kicked in. I lived for this. To experience exactly this. In every way and with every race I possibly could before I died. I’d made it my life’s study. Showing Oo’ir my submission without betraying my greediness for more would be my difficulty. Wanting to encourage him, I laid my head back and gave the lightest of moans.

“Sturdy enough,” Oo’ir said approvingly. “We will proceed.”

Yes, there is some spanking involved here shortly. But who gets spanked is the question. Who wants it more, her or him? Find out when the longer anthology version of the story is released. For now, read the rest of my short story here: http://writery.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/sci-spanks-a-spanking-scifi-blog-hop-for-the-dirty-minded-alien-loving-crowd-wheee/

 

I also have a very sexy android-human romance out from Decadent Publishing called Download My Love.

Download-My-Love300x450DOWNLOAD MY LOVE

Security Core agent Everett is assigned a special case—protect the daughter of Simon Gold, the father of modern mechanoid life. To ensure her survival, Everett’s given a special EMO upgrade, and can experience love for the first time. He’s soon head over heels and the super-charged sexual attraction threatens to fry his circuits while he fights to stay one step ahead of the bad guys.

Samantha Gold detests her father’s work. She’s an off-the-grid back-to-lander who wants to keep life simple with her cows and her crops. When her father dies and inadvertently transfers a secret code to a hidden receptor in her brain, it’s only android Agent Everett who can protect her. Can she ever forgive her father for creating Everett—a man so perfect for her that he even loves her cows?

Who doesn’t love androids and cows?

 

Buy Download My Love here:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Download-Love-Futuristic-Sci-Fi-Romance-ebook/dp/B00IQEOWTC

All Romance Ebooks: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-downloadmylove-1441134-340.html

 

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eva-Lefoy/344907072265234

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Blog: http://writery.wordpress.com/

 

 

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