Friday, July 27, 2012

Hero's Blog Hop!

Hero Hunks!

$25 Gift Card WINNER!!

Jessica Ashley

    I hope all of you are having a great time finding new books, authors...and Heroes! Book mark those sites so you can revisit later. Get through the hop and get your entries in! There's a few fantastic Grand Prizes up for grabs at the bottom.

      My hero for the weekend is Nick from The Boss's Pet. He owns his own financial advising firm, confident in knowing who he is and what he wants in life. Working 24/7 left him little time to explore his relationship and he ended up losing it, making him pour himself even deeper into his business until...Sondra walked into his office.
     He'd needed a good business manager and put out an ad. Her confidence and sexy attitude made him rethink his work ethics; perhaps he didn't need to work so much if he could find someone to tempt him away from the office. He loves to travel and I hope you grab your copies to find out exactly where he travels to!

    Nick also has a secret side to him that he doesn't flaunt but a knowing submissive can easily recognize the power behind those eyes and the respect he has for others. The confidence he carries flows in the way he reacts with those around him. This is exactly what Sondra picked up on when she stepped into Nick's office...although at the time, she didn't understand where the power and confidence would lead her!
     Nick realized immediately that Sondra's confidence in WHO she was would make her a perfect submissive but how would he manage to convince her of that? She played hard to get for a while but you'll have to read the books to find out how these two grow together in the Dom/sub world Nick creates for them! Book mark my website where you can learn more and visit the buy link of your choice...thank you for reading and enjoy the other heroes.
On to the rest of the hop!

     We are EACH doing a giveaway at the blogs listed below. Yep. There will be over 100 giveaways hosted by that Author or Blogger.
     But that's not all....
    We have THREE grand prizes. You as a reader can go to EACH blog and comment with your email address and be entered to win. Yep, you can enter over 100 times! You're entry on each blog puts you into the Grand Prize drawings so leave your email addy so you can be reached; you don't want to miss out on winning. Now what are those prizes?

1st Grand Prize: 
A Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet
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Monday, July 23, 2012

Lani Rhea - Erotic Romance Author

Lani Rhea
Erotic Romance Author

      Thank you for stopping by this week! Lani has graciously said she'd be hanging out with us to chat with all of you! She's busy writing her next books while also being on virtual tour stops and I'm excited to have her here with us!
     Lani Rhea, lover of coffee and married to her high school sweetheart, lives in the heart of Oklahoma. She has four children and loves animals. Lani is always up for a challenge and enjoys mixing romance with all genres that spark her interests. You can find her either reading or writing. She would love to hear from you. Find her on Facebook. To catch up with her crazy blogging visit her blog. Follow her on Twitter, too! Let's get started!

Tonya:  Lani, we excited to learn more about you and some may not have read your work yet so this week will be to pull in new readers for you. Readers love to know more about their authors. Tell us a bit more about yourself.

Lani:   Tonya, thank you for having me here! I love meeting new readers; we'll have a great time this week! I’m spontaneous, ambitious. So the world better look out! Really, I’m a down to earth girl. I treat others the way I want to be treated. It’s just as simple as that.

Tonya:  Do you have a day job?

Lani:   LOL I did for a short minute. I’m a full time writer.

Tonya:  Some of us have things we do to get into the writing frame of mind like music, or drinks. Do you have anything special you do to get into the writing mood?

Lani:   Yes, I switch on Pandora. While I wrote Louisiana Moon I constantly played Evanescence album Fallen. I plan to listen to the same album while writing book two for the Rising Currents’ series Aeon Blood.

Tonya:  Where do you keep story ideas? Where do they come from?

Lani: When I get an idea I quickly make a .doc file and write a short paragraph. Someday I’ll revisit all of my .docs. My ideas come at the most odd times. A song, a movie, listening to people talk…really anytime.

Tonya:  Are you a daytime writer, night time writer, and do you have to be alone to write?

Lani:   Whenever I can catch the chance to write I write. If I could, I’d write at night when I’m most alert.

Tonya:  What advice would you give to new authors?

Lani:  Stick with your dream of publication. With the options of either the traditional route, or self-pubbing, your stories will be published. Just never give up on your dream. I began writing Louisiana Moon in Nov. 2010 during Nanowrimo. Now the story will release Winter of 2012-13 with Lyrical Press. See, dreams do come true. They just take a while.

Tonya:  Congratulations on finishing it. That definitely feels good, especially after all the editing is complete. Do you write better when you first have an idea of what your characters look like or do you write, then add character looks?

Lani:   I get a picture in my mind of what my characters look like.

Tonya:  What attracts you most about men?

Lani:  Their eyes, the windows to the soul. How they stare at you with that intense come hither look.

Tonya:  Oh I know exactly what you're talking about! *squirming in my chair* We’re dying to hear about your latest book. What can you tell us without spoiling the storyline?

Lani:   If you like werewolves, vampires, zombies, demons and action, then Louisiana Moon is for you. Imagine Underworld crossed with TruBlood…yeah!

Tonya:  I'm sure several out there are jotting that down on their TBR lists right now. Where can our readers find you and your books?

Lani:   On Amazon or my blog.

Tonya:  Is there anything else you want to tell our readers?

Lani:   When you first meet me in person I’m shy, but later bloom. And it’s hard to imagine that I write erotic romance. *blushing*

Tonya:  I think many authors are shy when others first meet us. We tend to be quiet but give us time and we can be the life of the party! I also like to give them the impression of the 'sweetheart next door' who no one would think could write what we do and love it! LOL What is your favorite night time snack?

Lani:   I don’t eat night time snacks. I’ve got a waistline to watch.

Tonya:  I hear you there!! Do you like toppings on your ice cream?

Lani:   I sure do! I love me some hot fudge sundaes from Braums! Double fudge and nuts! 

Tonya:  What’s your favorite meal - Italian, Mexican, Thai, etc?

Lani: Italian and Mexican. Downtown OKC, in Bricktown, there’s a restaurant called Zio’s. Love it!

CONTEST – Leave your questions and comments. I’ll be around all week to answer and respond. Make sure you leave me your email. I’m giving away two signed Under Bonded Contract bookmarks!

     Now, Louisiana Moon will release with Lyrical Press in Winter of 2012-13. Please mark your calendars for the release! I’ve been waiting for this publication for two very long years! LOL  I’ll also be back here with Tonya to celebrate with a release party! See you in Nov! Until then, please enjoy a bit of the story:

Excerpt: (Not professionally edited by my editor)
- We need to meet at noon at Alligator Alleys. Your life may be in danger. -
She re-read the words with disbelief. Sure, she’d cuffed and collared many people and creatures in her career. No one liked her. No big surprise there. But who’d upped the ante? It seemed as of late when Josh needed to talk danger lurked in the near shadows. Her spine prickled every time she thought of jeopardy. At the moment it rolled with the rising current.
Her risk level switched her personal safety scale to DEFCON 3. She glanced at the grandfather clock, which showed a tad past 2:00 AM. As she flipped off the laptop, she eyed her weapon. Staying up all night with the gun aimed at the bedroom door might be a good idea. Sure she’d lose sleep. She’d stayed up many times worrying about the things that bumped in the night. The only places she felt most comfortable was her home and her office.
Exiting her office, she took a few steps and her secretary, Rita, came into view. Kris pasted a huge smile across her lips. She didn’t want to worry Rita. The woman had been around Kris long enough to smell trouble if she didn’t smile. Rita was her only lady friend. If she used one word to call what they had, it would be motherly, though they always had a professional relationship at all times. When Kris had personal problems, she’d call Rita for advice. And Rita always gave the best wisdom on every topic.
“You work too much,” Kris told the middle-aged woman.
“Look who’s talking,” Rita quipped. “I’ll leave soon. I promise. I have a few more things to file.”
“Good. You have a great night.”
“You, too, Ms. Knight. See you tomorrow.”
Kris nodded and exited the front office, passing shadow boxes showcasing hundreds of bullets dating two centuries old. Everyone, including Rita, assumed Kris had collected them as a weird hobby. The two-hundred and fifty-six displayed had once lodged in her body.
As soon as she cleared Rita’s line of sight, Kris slid her gun from its holster and checked the firearm. True, bullets would only slow a preternatural, unless pure silver or blessed by a priest, but any edge was better than none.
She scanned the building perimeter and sniffed the air. Her keen senses stretched past the parking lot, searching for the slightest odd scent. Detecting nothing, she made a bee-line for her car.
Her mind raced. Who posed a personal menace? Josh would not have demanded a meeting for a garden-variety threat. Settling behind the wheel of her gray Chevy Volt, she considered Sparky’s mention of the vicious Soulscapes.
She hadn’t run across Soulscapes in more years than she cared to count. Their last attempt at a hostile takeover earned them an enchanted banishment in the Darkworld Purgatory. The most inhuman of preternaturals, their gift of inhabiting the inanimate and bringing it to life endangered anyone who didn’t take them seriously.
To her left, she squinted at the gargoyle perched on the corner of the tallest building. The statue didn’t move. Maybe she shouldn’t dwell on Soulscapes. Their brand of insidiousness would haunt her and give her nightmares.

CONTEST – Leave your questions and comments. I’ll be around all week to answer and respond. Make sure you leave me your email. I’m giving away two signed Under Bonded Contract bookmarks!

Tonya:  Lani, it's been great getting to know more about you! Thanks so much for being here all week. Readers, we thank YOU for stopping in to read. Please leave your comments for Lani along with your email addy so she can reach the winners! Muah!

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Nichelle Gregory - Erotic Romance

Nichelle Gregory
Erotic Romance

       Nichelle Gregory has been in love with books and writing since middle school. An avid reader, Nichelle used to hide all of her romance novels under the bed from her parents, who didn't approve of her reading material. 
      Living in Chicago, Nichelle loves being in the Windy City, except from December to February…one word: snow! A lover of the arts, Nichelle enjoys anything that embraces the creative nature within us all. Her top three interests would be: music, decadent desserts, and of course writing!  When she's not engrossed in a book, Nichelle enjoys paranormal, sci-fi and romantic movies with a glass of wine.
      Penning her first erotic story in 2008, Nichelle finally gave into the desire to write wickedly sexy tales with romance, heart and lots of heat!  She enjoys creating stories that involve super sexy alpha heroes with divine heroines in magical, exotic, and fantastic scenarios. Bringing believable characters to life who thrill and excite her readers is a challenge that continues to push Nichelle.  
    You can always expect a simply sexy story with a fast-paced plot, engaging characters discovering love or lust when you slip into a fantasy with Nichelle Gregory!

As You Desire 

Tonya:  Readers love to know more about their authors. Tell us a bit about yourself.

Nichelle:  Hmmm...let’s see. Well, I’m 5’ 7" of curvy chocolate. I melt in your mouth and in your know who you are. I like it sweet, but I prefer it naughty, sweaty...kinky. Ha! What else? Ah, yes...I love reading a good book and writing them too.

Tonya:  Ah! A woman after my own heart! Do you have a day job?

Nichelle:  Yes. I juggle a million different balls daily...most of them covered with peanut butter.

Tonya:  Some of us have things we do to get into the writing frame of mind like music, or drinks. Do you have anything special you do to get into the writing mood?

Nichelle:  Music is always playing, unless I’m brainstorming on a new story. I love visual inspiration too! I’m totally addicted to Tumblr.

Tonya:  I'll have to check them out; I've not been over there yet! Where do you keep story ideas? Where do they come from?

Nichelle:  Story ideas pop into my head constantly. People watching, music, nature, commercials, photos, food...ideas are everywhere.

Tonya:  Are you a daytime writer, night time writer, and do you have to be alone to write?

Nichelle:  I’m a total night owl and I must be alone. That’s when the magic happens!

Tonya:  I'm a night owl, too! What advice would you give to new authors?

Nichelle:  Network. Get connected and comfortable using social media. I’ve meet some great authors and writers this way and these connections can also become invaluable resources.

Tonya:  Had I not been out networking, we wouldn't have met! So it DOES work. Do you write better when you first have an idea of what your characters look like or do you write, then add character looks?

Nichelle:  I need to see all the characters in my head before I write. Sometimes, my muse will surprise me with a character I hadn’t anticipated and I’ll take a moment to craft the character’s looks and personality in my mind before continuing on.

Tonya:  What attracts you most about men?

Nichelle:  Intelligence. Confidence. Humor.

Tonya:  We’re dying to hear about your latest book. What can you tell us without spoiling the storyline?

Nichelle:  I’m so excited about Ample Delights releasing on August 20th with Total E-Bound Publishing! This sun-soaked steamy erotic romance features a voluptuous heroine and a sexy hot model with a craving for curvy women! Here’s the blurb:
    Beauty, brains and voluptuous curves...Terrah’s exactly the kind of woman Nick’s been looking for, but can he convince her that the smokin’ hot chemistry between them is more than skin deep?

     Terrah Bryant embraces her curves despite being immersed in the modelling world. Her job as a makeup artist requires confidence, creativity and the ability to stay focused in the presence of some of the world’s finest men. She has never had a problem until she works with Nick Tasso, a gorgeous Greek model who has a thing for voluptuous women. Terrah is swept away by the sizzling chemistry between them and emotionally unprepared when their electric connection blossoms into something more than hot sex. She struggles to deal with the media’s scrutiny over her body and their burgeoning relationship. Terrah must decide to trust her heart and face her own insecurities before she can have the 'happily ever after' she truly desires.

Tonya:  Tssss! That sounds like wonderfully hot read! Where can our readers find you and your books?

Nichelle:  I love hearing from and talking to readers! You can find me around the web here:

Tonya:  Is there anything else you want to tell our readers?

Nichelle:  You absolutely must check out the hot free reads on my blog! They are guaranteed to get the blood pumping!

Tonya:  What is your favorite night time snack?

Nichelle:  Mojito. That’s not a snack, but it would be the only thing I’d really reach for. J

Tonya:  Do you like toppings on your ice cream?

Nichelle:  I love Ben & Jerry’s Half Baked and Double Fudge Brownie ice cream. So, when I indulge I don’t add any more guilt...I mean toppings.

Tonya:  What’s your favorite meal - Italian, Mexican, Thai, etc?

Nichelle:  Mmmm...I love Asian food. I also love a good pizza. Fresh tomatoes, black olives, three cheese blend...a little slice of heaven!

Tonya:  Nichelle, thank you for being my sexy guest of the week! It's going to be full of fun and naughty chat! Readers, we're waiting for your comments!

 Don't forget to grab your sexy
FREE reads at the link above!!

Monday, July 9, 2012

Author Interview - Margie Church - Erotic Romance with Sass!

Margie Church
Erotic Romance

     Margie Church is a multi-published author who writes erotic romance novels. Her books have a strong suspense element, in keeping with her moniker: Romance with SASS (Suspense Angst Seductive Sizzle). She has a degree in writing and editing and have been a professional writer, editor, and journalist for over 25 years. If you enjoy books you can't put down, read one of hers.

    She lives in Minnesota, is married, and has two children. Some of her passions are music, flower gardening, biking, walking on moonlit nights, nature, and making people laugh. She also writea children's books under the pen name, Margaret Rose.

Tonya:  Margie, welcome to my blog! I'm so excited for my readers to learn about you because readers love to know more about their authors. Tell us a bit about yourself.

Margie:  I'm a native Minnesotan, who grew up in a large family. I have six siblings – five unfortunately are brothers.  ;-) When I was a kid, I played saxophone and oboe and frequently performed solos. I even have albums and I made All-State Band as a freshman.  Pretty heady stuff for a young girl.  All year long you could find me on the stage performing in one-act plays, musicals, and summer theater. I also spent 14 years marching in drum and bugle corps and color guard. My family was dirt poor so we never vacationed. We didn't even have a car large enough for all of us to go anywhere together if we wanted to. These activities were my escape from all of that less-fortunate reality.
     When I was 12, McCall's magazine published one of my poems. Then, I became a radio DJ at 16, and that cemented my career aspirations to work in communications. I have a degree in radio and television news writing and editing. I've worked in marketing communications for almost 30 years.
     I'll be celebrating my 30th wedding anniversary this October. We have two terrific sons who inspire me every day to be a good parent.

Tonya:  Congrats on the 30 year anniversary! That's something to celebrate these days. Do you have a day job?

Margie:  Yup. I'm a copywriter and editor for a direct marketing firm that specializes in the credit union market. I'm one of those peeps who send you credit card promotions and such from your credit union. I also freelance magazine articles whenever I can. I work in commercial construction for those. Love that work. Wish the economy would rebound so I could do more. It's very, very lucrative.

Tonya:  Wow, busy busy lady! Some of us have things we do to get into the writing frame of mind like music, or drinks. Do you have anything special you do to get into the writing mood?

Margie:  I sit at the keyboard.  I worked from home for 12 years starting when my children were toddlers. That taught me how to get in the zone right now. I've learned to write with a lot of distractions around me. It gets frustrating sometimes, but we all live here so I had to learn to cope. I'm also a workaholic. Ask anyone who has written with me or been my editor. I've very disciplined. I often struggle to balance my family's needs, the EDJ, and my career as a novelist.

Tonya:  Where do you get story ideas? Where do they come from?

Margie:  Nowhere in particular and everywhere in general. A snarky response, but true. Usually I see an image in my head and let that kind of simmer and bloom until I've got some kind of a cinematic representation of what the story might be. Then, I start writing. I don't have a file of story-wannabes. In fact, I was freaking out a couple weeks ago because everything I'd written not only was sold, it was in cue for publishing.

Tonya:  If you’re self-published, can you tell us a bit about that and how it’s going for you?

Margie:  I've gone the traditional route. I felt the cache and support of having publishers and editors was important for me.

Tonya:  Are you a daytime writer, night time writer, and do you have to be alone to write?

Margie:  I probably do my best work in the morning when I'm fresh, but most days I don't get that chance. Evenings seem more productive. I spend a lot of my afternoon time on social media and other promotional activities. I don't have to be alone, but I do like to be left alone. Writing is a profession for me. I do need to concentrate.

Tonya:  What advice would you give to new authors?

Margie:  Buy the biggest jar of patience you can. The work is complex and challenging – it takes patience to hone your craft. The business is ever-changing and most of us don't have a mentor. Take the time to ask questions, learn, try some things (give it time to work before you decide it failed), and be prepared for a lot of crickets at first. Punching a hole in the authorial universe is no easy feat for 99.9% of us.

Tonya:  So true! But you've accomplished that! Do you write better when you first have an idea of what your characters look like or do you write, then add character looks?

Margie:  I start with a character worksheet (you're not surprised to learn I'm a plotter, are you?) and fill in their emotional and physical motivations/needs so I get a real sense of them. Then, I find a name that suits those characteristics. Lastly, I find a photo of someone who closely resembles my vision– which to me is icing on the cake. Once I begin writing the story, there will be other things I'll learn about the character and add to their sheet – because I've got a TERRIBLE memory and I forget these details all the time.

Tonya:  I suppose I'm a bit of a plotter, since I do write down the character traits. What attracts you most about men?

Margie:  Oftentimes it's their voice. I love hazel eyes and full lips. I like men who are taller than me – I'm quite short so I like that sense of physical strength that I don't have. Good sense of humor and a great conversationalist and I'm definitely interested. Humm, for the most part, I've just described my husband!

Tonya:  We’re dying to hear about your latest book. What can you tell us without spoiling the storyline?

Margie:  Razor is the coolest damn book about a married couple who invite a Domme into their relationship. It all begins quite a straightforward way. Amy wants her husband Bryce to explore whether he can become a switch in the bedroom. She boldly suggests her friend, Raine, mentor him. If you're unfamiliar, the term switch describes a Dominant who can occasionally be a submissive for the right partner. The Dominant really has to want it. Razor takes our threesome on a psycho-emotional journey to discover whether that can actually happen for Bryce. There's a lot of emotional pushing and shoving from Bryce, who vacillates between this great sense of sexual freedom and marital guilt. It's interesting to watch him try to turn the tables on Raine, and see how she keeps him in check.
    Additionally, this book isn't about an unhappy couple looking for something to spice up their life in hopes it'll fix things. Bryce and Amy are very much in love and committed to each other. My co-author, K.B. Cuter, and I hope you'll appreciate the honesty and perspectives these people share. Throughout Razor, you'll see the characters revealing hidden desires and new emotions. Watch them question long-held beliefs and open their minds and hearts to something completely new that they hope will be immensely rewarding. There's enough BDSM kink in the book to satisfy most appetites without making you cringe from excessive pain or technique. Make no mistake, Razor is a very adult story with numerous love scenes. It's also a drop-dead gorgeous romance. We'll begin writing the sequel – Razor: Desire's Edge – this fall.

Tonya:  I love the premise of experimenting because we all secretly fantasize about that, too. *glancing at her audience* YES You do!!! None of you fool me! Did I forget to tell you I'm a bit psychic? LOL  Margie, tell us more about your main characters in Razor. 

Margie:  I'd love to!

     By the sound of her name - Amy - you think she's not a very strong woman. Vanilla, predictable, a true submissive. And to a large extent, Amy has been those things, but her friendship with Raine has released her sense of adventure and her inner strength. Let's face it, for her to pretty much hand over her beloved husband to her best friend takes some character!

     Then we have Bryce. He's a great guy, and even though he never had feelings for Raine before this complicated triangle was drawn, he develops them pretty quickly. Yet he loves Amy. Firmly, Unequivocally. And damn if he doesn't get green-eyed over Raine's date, Neil. When he meets Lucien Chase, it's all Bryce can do not to clean this guy's clock. Ah, lots of hidden emotions are bubbling up, and Bryce is doing his damnedest to keep everything under control. Good luck with that, my boy.

     And Raine, smart, beautiful, loving, incredibly strong, and independent. She loves Amy and cherishes their friendship above all others. And yet, she covets the kind of relationship Amy and Bryce share. It takes every ounce of her self-control to remain in her role as Domme, mentoring Bryce as she was asked. But each scene together ends in bittersweet goodbyes for her.

Blurb: Razor by Margie Church and K.B. Cutter

    Amy and Bryce don't live the Dominant/submissive lifestyle, but Bryce acts every bit the Dom in the bedroom. And Amy's had enough. Enlisting her best friend's help is a drastic move. Will inviting Raine into her marriage destroy it? How will she cope when Bryce and Raine become intimate?
     Though Bryce doubts he'll ever become a switch, he's determined to make Amy happy. Months later, he struggles to keep an emotional distance from Raine. His journey of self-awareness is anything but predictable or vanilla.
    After only a few scenes with Bryce, Raine's roles as Domme and best friend blur. Her ideals about love and marriage shift. She questions her own motives at every turn. Can she get out of this relationship triangle unscathed?
   Three people with different motives come together to form a very contemporary relationship. Who will get what they want, and who will be forever changed?

Adult Excerpt: Razor

cobalt storm

onyx control


desire's edge

     Wet heat pooled between Amy's legs as she watched Bryce through the kitchen window. Knees trembling from the insistent throbbing of her clit, she pressed her thighs together, knowing her panties were already damp.
      She really wanted to suck her husband's cock.
      Bryce took off his T-shirt, and draped it over the neat pile of split logs. In the heat of the day, perspiration glistened on his chiseled torso. One handed, he thrust the axe head into a tree stump, his bicep rippling.
     A jolt of sexual electricity zipped through her every time he moved. Her nipples strained against the white cotton tank top she wore.
     Amy needed to calm her jangled nerves. She inhaled the earthy scent of the forest wafting through the open kitchen window. White lace curtains fluttered on the light breeze. The frilly sheers were one of the few feminine accents in the rugged d├ęcor.
     She traced the wood grain of the butcher's block with her fingers. Their cabin was built of white pine, saddle notched logs. Rough-hewn plank floors and functional, yet elegant, Quaker furniture added a certain Spartan charm. Amy didn’t mind the rugged design. All of it seemed an organic compliment to the lush beauty of Norford Falls, Maine. And their vacation home seemed a natural extension of her husband, Bryce, who'd built the retreat. Bryce Gage thrived on hard work, and even though he was CEO of Gage Commercial Constructs, he always said he still enjoyed getting dirty.
     Amy relished his large, calloused hands roaming her body. A mischievous grin played on her lips as she grabbed a can of beer from the refrigerator. She sauntered out the kitchen door, and strode down the sloping lawn, with her hips swaying theatrically in her tight Daisy Duke's.
     At the sound of the screen door slamming, his head turned toward her. She had his attention with her firm, pert breasts bouncing suggestively as she walked.
    His gunmetal-blue gaze swept over her body.
   She shivered with anticipation.
   The corners of his mouth turned up, a grin curiously lupine in appearance.
      "Thought you might like a cold one, babe." Amy offered him the beer.
      Bryce smiled wider, revealing even white teeth, the lines of his unshaven face an alluring masculine contrast. He reached for the can.
      Amy pulled it back, holding it between her breasts as she slid her hand into her shorts.
    His expression morphed from curious to aroused. His nostrils flared, muscles visibly tensed.
     She dipped her fingers into her moist panties and between the folds of her sex. She shuddered over the provocative, erotic sensations, but never let her gaze waver. Removing her hand, Amy traced her moisture over the rim, popped the tab, and handed the beer to him.
     Bryce brought the can to his lips. His tongue darted over the dewy metal before swallowing.
     She sucked in her breath under his intense gaze.
     He placed the can on an upturned log, his jaw clenching.
   With anxiety rolling in her stomach, Amy watched in silence, waiting for her husband to give voice to her churning thoughts. The look in his eyes told Amy she'd surprised him.
     Would he let her have her way?
    Emboldened, she pressed against him. The full impact of her seduction manifested itself. Every hard line and angle of his body seemed to bulge with heat. Without breaking eye contact, Amy reached up and drew his lips to hers.
     Curiosity, mixed with passion, flared in his eyes. He didn't resist, didn't blink.
Razor Buy Links:

Tonya:  Damn! *grabbing her fan* Now that's a HOT read. I wish you all the best and may your sales skyrocket! Let's move on to other things we NEED - What is your favorite night time snack?

Margie:  A cold Miller Genuine Draft and roasted almonds.

Tonya:  Yummy! I'm a Jack Daniels woman but I do enjoy the dark beers in a frosty mug! Try Irish Death! Do you like toppings on your ice cream?

Margie: hot fudge

Tonya:  What’s your favorite meal - Italian, Mexican, Thai, etc?

Margie:  Steamed, fresh lobster with corn on the cob, tossed salad and white wine.

Tonya:  Now I'm really hungry! Is there anything else you want to tell our readers?

Margie:  Thanks for spending time with me today, for buying my books, and sharing with me on social media. I really enjoy yacking with friends and fans. And you asked some great questions, Tonya!

CONTEST:   I'm giving away 2 copies of Razor and an autographed 18" x 24" poster of the book cover. (that's THREE winners!!) Tell me what you think of a relationship such as the one Bryce, Amy, and Raine are exploring. Can it work? What would it take? All things aside, would you try it?

Other links: 

Margie's website  Romance with SASS

                                        K.B. Cutter's Website

Tonya:  Readers, go back and read about the CONTEST and let's get some chatter started. Margie, it's been a blast chatting with you! I'm glad you'll be around all week for our readers. Your books are so HOT! Where can our readers find you and your books?

Margie: The most comprehensive list is on Amazon.