Watch This Space–Natasha Blackthorne: Fashionably Impure

 

The Fashionably Impure Series Books 1 & 2 Are On Sale For .99

 Available to read for free with Kindle Unlimited.

Erotic Historical Romance

Miranda’s Dilemma

Fashionably Impure, Book One on sale for .99

Available to read for free with Kindle Unlimited.

Miranda’s Dilemma is part of the Fashionably Impure Series and is best read with A Most Demanding Mistress.

 

A Most Demanding Mistress

Fashionably

Impure, Book Two

Available at a Pre-Order Price of .99

Will release April 22, 2016

Available on Kindle Unlimited after release.

A Most Demanding Mistress is part of the Fashionably Impure Series and is best read after Miranda’s Dilemma.

 Blurb For Miranda’s Dilemma

Erotic Historical Romance ~Courtesan/Non-virginal Heroine

Poised to become Mayfair’s most expensive and exclusive courtesan, Miss Miranda Jones finds her rise inexplicably blocked by a socially

powerful nobleman. Scorned by her ducal father and determined to attain everything that life has denied her due to an accident of birth, she’s not about to let this arrogant earl stop her.

Adrian Sutherland, the Earl of Danvers, saw his father destroyed by a heartless, predatory courtesan. He has no time or patience for such exotic, expensive ladybirds. He’s far too busy restoring his family’s wealth and reputation whilst doing what he can to protect his friends from the clutches of all the scheming courtesans of London.

Then a moment of compassion turns intense dislike to breathless passion, and

these two strong-willed, fiercely proud people are compelled to indulge in a brief affair. Each is convinced that they can satisfy their craving for the other without emotional risk.

But neither realizes that a little dalliance can be a dangerous thing.

Reader Advisory: This is an erotic historical romance and it contains frank, frequent love scenes, sexual slang and descriptions and general bedchamber naughtiness. The characters discuss abuse issues from their backstories during the course of their developing relationship.

 

Blurb for A Most Demanding Mistress:

Miss Miranda Jones is indisputably the most beautiful, elegant and sought after courtesan in all of London.  She hides a past full of pain and rejection beneath an exterior of

pride. She knows that noblemen put  their own fickle interests first

and cannot be trusted. Scorned by ducal  father, she never needed or

expected anything from a man, except  his financial support. Luxurious

living makes a soothing balm against  the sting of the ultimate rejection.

Now she’s madly in love with a  nobleman who cannot afford to keep her in such extravagant style. And she wonders if a courtesan can ever afford to indulge

her own passions?  Can she really gamble so capriciously on her own future and put the happiness of the moment above future security?  Will her gentleman prove himself no

better than any other nobleman that she has known?

Adrian Sutherland, the Earl of Danvers, has seen the men of his family destroyed through their obsessive need to possess beautiful women. He’d always thought himself immune to

such unworthy drives. Now he’s fallen under the spell of Miss Miranda Jones.

Miss Jones’ high standards and past reputation foretells that she’ll be a most

demanding mistress. Despite his relative lack of funds, Adrian is determined to work hard to protect and provide for her. Passion led this skeptical gentleman to declare himself in love. Yet as they enter a protector and mistress relationship, Adrian finds himself

consumed with possessiveness. And he can’t help but wonder if is it true love that motivates him? Or is it the need to own her stunning beauty? He must find the answer before their tempestuous romance breaks both of their hearts.

A Most Demanding Mistress is part of the Fashionably Impure Series and is best read after Miranda’s Dilemma.

Reader advisory: This story contains frank sexual language and general bedchamber naughtiness. Abuse issues are alluded to in the backstory.

 

About Natasha Blackthorne’s Writing

Escape into the past with intensely erotic, emotionally driven love stories. Natasha Blackthorne writes character-focused historical erotica romance featuring strong internal conflicts played out in non-traditional and unconventional situations. Her stories are most frequently about the intimate journey of the characters as they learn to open their hearts to love.

Her heroines are not perfect ladies. They are wildflowers and wallflowers who enjoy flirting with the forbidden. Whether they are bold or shy, her heroines’ strong desires and deep emotions drive the plot and drive their heroes to the point of no return. 

Follow Natasha Blackthorne Online:

 

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Twitter: Nblackthorne

 

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Launch Day! Ransoming Redemption!

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Ransoming Redemption, the third and final book in the Rannigan’s Redemption erotic romance triology, is out TODAY!  It’s the conclusion of the story about high-powered Manhattan attorney and inveterate player Michael Rannigan, and his complicated relationship with fellow lawyer Maggie Flynn.

It’s gotten great advance buzz:

I received the ARC of Ransoming Redemption. A privilege for sure. With how Running Rogue ended, I was itching to see what happened to Michael, and if Maggie and Beau fell in love. I must tell you, that there are very few books that made me bawl like a baby. One was Fine Things by Daniel Steele. And that’s who Pandora Spocks’ writing can be compared to. Steele, Jackie Collins. She’s one of the finest Indie writer I’ve met.

In the Finale of Rannigan’s Redemption, Michael Rannigan, a successful, handsome rake tries to make up for his mistakes. In Book 2, he was faced with a challenge that he was forced to face alone – cause he was such an as*h*le – except for Maggie. She stood by him and Michael was determined to make it up to her. He will get his redemption.

Pandora Spocks is an erotic romance writer, and there are hot scenes in this series. But never will you feel that you’re reading smut. The erotic scenes are tasteful, appropriate and darn effective. People make love and so the scenes are there. But more than that, the story touches on many of our personal issues. The fear that we may not have done right in our life, our fear of being alone, our fear of losing the ones we love, and our fear of falling in love and maybe finding the happiness we seek.

This series had such an impact on me. The finale is an emotional powerhouse that made me cry for 2 hours. Yes, while reading. Awesome. Definitely the best book I’ve read so far this year.

Highly recommended must read series.

–Eeva Lancaster, The Book Khaleesi

Ransoming Redemption, along with the rest of the Rannigan’s Redemption series, is available TODAY at these fine online booksellers.

Amazon, iBooks, B&N, Kobo, & Smashwords

Ransoming Redemption Excerpt

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Ransoming Redemption launches on Monday, April 18.  It’s the conclusion of Rannigan’s Redemption, the three-book erotic romance series about hot-shot Manhattan attorney Michael Rannigan and his complicated relationship with spunky fellow lawyer Maggie Flynn.

I’m afraid the final exclusive excerpt before launch day is a naughty one.  Sorry.

Not really sorry.  😉

Later that evening, after the kitchen had been thoroughly cleaned and leftovers had been packed away, the four Beaulieu daughters along with their husbands and children said their goodnights and went their separate ways.  Suddenly the house seemed empty and quiet.  Jerilyn and Justin retired to the den to watch a holiday movie on television and Bobby put Savannah to bed, but not without a song from Maggie.

Pulling Savannah’s door closed, Bobby winked at Maggie.  “Now, cher, there’s something I want to show you.”

Ten minutes later they were driving away from the house in the rented pickup truck, country music playing softly on the radio.  “You want to show me something we have to drive to?” Maggie asked.

His smile said he was pleased with himself.  “It’s not too far.”

Soon they were driving in an older neighborhood populated with small family homes set closely together.  Most were well-kept and a few had apparently used the holiday to get a jump on setting out their Christmas decorations.  Maggie smiled out the window at wicker reindeer lit with twinkling white lights, inflated Santas and other cartoon characters lit from within, and roofs outlined in sparkling icicle lights.

Bobby pulled to a stop in front of a nondescript split level with brick on the bottom and white clapboard on the top.  Black shutters framed the three visible windows.  A large tree stood in the front, skeletal in the cool fall air.  Maggie looked back to Bobby questioningly.

“This is the home where I grew up,” he said quietly.  He looked at Maggie.  “We were happy here.  Crowded, because there are only three bedrooms and a bath and a half, but we were happy.”  He smiled as he looked out across the brown lawn.  “See that tree right there?  It’s a maple.  I planted it from a seed when I was about five.  Savannah’s age now,” he reflected.

Maggie smiled too, envisioning five-year-old Bobby slowing down long enough to plant a seed in a paper cup.  “Your mom said that you built their house.”

Bobby gazed down at his hands on the steering wheel.  “My dad worked on the off-shore oil rigs, was gone for months at a time.  Maman taught school.  We never had two nickels to rub together, and they worked so hard, both of them.  We never lacked anything we needed, but it was always tight.  Then Pop got hurt and couldn’t work anymore.”

He looked back to Maggie, his eyes shining.  “They always sacrificed so much for all of us.  I didn’t want them to ever worry about their home.  And I figured, hell, might as well make it big enough for everybody.” Bobby laughed lightly.

Maggie smiled at him proudly.  “You’re a good son.  A good man.”  She slid across the bench seat and leaned up to kiss him deeply.  Leaning back she said, “Thank you for showing me this.”

He sighed.  “I just want you to know who I am, where I come from.”  His eyes took on a mischievous sparkle.  “But this isn’t all I wanted to show you.”  Putting the truck back in gear, he drove away from the quiet neighborhood and pulled back onto a highway.

Fifteen minutes later the terrain grew less populated, and they were passing endless oak trees bare of leaves but dripping with Spanish moss that glowed eerily in the moonlight.

“Where are we going?” Maggie asked curiously.  Bobby winked at her as he pulled off the highway onto an unpaved road, the truck bouncing as he slowly made his way over potholes.  Eventually the dirt track opened up into a clearing at the edge of a marsh.

Bobby turned off the truck engine and grinned.  “This, cher, is where I passed a good deal of my misspent youth.  We’d come out here and go fishing or frog-gigging.  But at night, it can be very romantic.  Come on.”  He jumped out and came around to open Maggie’s door.  She took his hand and slid down to the ground.

Bobby kissed her warmly and grinned.  “I’ve wanted to bring you here since the first time we kissed.”  He led her around to the back of the truck and lowered the tailgate.

Maggie noticed for the first time that the bed wasn’t empty.  Tucked against the cab of the truck was a small cooler and a sleeping bag.  She looked back to Bobby, her eyes wide.

He grinned at her.  “It’s a beautiful night with a full moon, cher.  Just right for strawberry wine.”

He hopped up into the bed of the truck and help her climb up beside him.  Together they stood looking out over the marsh shining silver in the light of the moon.  He wrapped an arm around her waist and pulled her to himself, lifting her chin with a finger.  “You’re so pretty,” he breathed before covering her lips with his own.  Pulling her closer he deepened his kiss as Maggie opened her mouth to welcome his searching tongue, giving herself over completely.  She allowed her head to loll back as he trailed kisses down the side of her neck and she felt her core become drenched with desire.

Maggie was breathless when he released her.  She watched as he rolled out the sleeping bag and she stooped to help him spread it out.  He sat and patted the space beside him.

“Come get comfortable,” he grinned as he opened the cooler and removed a bottle of Boone’s Farm Strawberry Hill along with a couple of plastic cups.

“Red Solo cups?  Seriously?” Maggie laughed as she sat beside him, her legs curled beside her.

“Oh, cher, we’re going for authenticity,” he returned.  He handed her a cup and touched his to hers.  “To my sweet strawberry wine.”  Maggie took a sip and looked up to see Bobby’s eyes burning into hers.  He took her cup again and put it down beside his.

“You aren’t the first girl I’ve ever brought here.”  He smiled ruefully.  “But I want you to be the last.”  With that, he lay her back and leaned over her looking down.  “I want to see the moonlight on your beautiful body,” he whispered, raising her arms above her head.  Slowly, he peeled off her layers until she lay bare before him, glowing in the light that bathed her skin.

Bobby drank in the sight of her breasts with their points puckered and sharp in the cool night air, her flat belly that ended at her smooth pussy, and he looked back up to her green eyes that gazed back at him, sparkling with desire.  “You take my breath away, cher.”  He knelt up and removed his shirt and jeans quickly.

“Oh, Bobby,” she whispered as he pressed her legs apart with his body and held himself over her, his hardness teasing her entrance.  “I love you so much.”

Bébé, tu es toute pour moi,” he murmured as he slowly entered her, his eyes never leaving hers.

Maggie brought her knees up, eager to have him inside her as far as he’d go.  “God, I love it when you do that,” she hissed.

Bobby’s movements became more intense, his thrusting more urgent, spurred on by Maggie’s moans of pleasure.  Buried deeply in her sex, he felt her grip his cock more tightly as her moment neared.

“Oh, Bobby, oh my…”

“Do it, baby, come for me,” he urged her softly.

Maggie shattered as her climax rolled through her body like a tidal wave and she cried out unintelligibly.  As her body continued to shudder in pleasure, his own release came and he thrust one last time as he grunted her name.  “Maggie…”  For a moment he held himself still as his essence poured into her.  A lifetime later, as her shuddering subsided, he kissed her tenderly before sliding from her body and pulling the edge of the sleeping bag over them.

 Ransoming Redemption is out on Monday, April 18 at these online booksellers.

Amazon, iBooks, B&N, Kobo, & Smashwords

Not all caught up on Rannigan’s Redemption?  No problem.  Resisting Risk and Running Rogue are available now at those same retailers.

Once Again, Featuring Erotic Romance Author Lilah E. Noir

Stroker Ace

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In celebration of the brand new cover and image my debut novella Stroker Ace is offered for a promotion price of 0.99 cents. The offer expires on Friday, 15th April 2016.

The Blurb:

“So… we have general bitchiness, bad personality, and self-denial. You’re in for some punishment tonight, sweetheart. We will start with good old spanking. Climb on my lap so I can show him how you long to be disciplined. Twenty smacks.”

Annabelle is a lady, intelligent, classy and sexually repressed. After a night of drunken oblivion, she submits both to her dominant husband Evan and her own filthy, hidden desires. Little had Evan suspected what a wild and dirty yet obedient pet his wife could be.

A year later their once perfect marriage is on the verge of falling apart. He must deal with her angry accusations and hostile attitude. She has a hard time admitting her submissive nature and frequently lashes out at him out of guilt and shame.

Enters Kitty, a mysterious, charismatic woman armed with a deck of cards, steely dominance and a bag of sex toys. What happens when Evan and Annabelle are faced with her dark game of seduction?

Will Evan hold back his urges? Will Annabelle still be her proud and arrogant self when she gets subjected to stern discipline and humiliating play under Kitty’s thumb? Will their marriage be completely destroyed or reinforced by another night of indulging their kinky side?

PLEASE NOTE:
This story is intended for a mature audience. It contains elements of BDSM as well as scenes of menage a trois and discipline. Please, read the warning inside the book before you purchase it. All characters are over 18 years old.

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Links:

International link mybook.to/StrokerAce

Amazon USA http://amzn.to/1SLZLn2

Amazon UK http://amzn.to/24mlR5X

 

New Pandora Spocks Interview!

The following was copied and pasted from Eeva Lancaster’s Desk website because WP is a pain when it comes to publishing links.  Go visit her website for tons of great posts!

Behind the Words with the Smart and Sexy Romance Author of Rannigan’s Redemption, Pandora Spocks

Move over E.L. James and Jackie Collins, and make way for this superb erotic romance writer.
Fifty Shades of Grey would be a better book if Pandora Spocks wrote it.
Pandora is a moderator of the Alliance of Self Published Authors. Not only is she superb in her craft, she likes helping other self published authors too. Always open to improving her work. Reason why her books are high quality. I admire those qualities… because it’s rare among Indies.

When I first read Luke & Bella, I was taken back to the time when I enjoyed the books of Jackie Collins. I outgrew erotica, but I’d gladly read any of her books. Why? What’s so different about her writing? Like her tagline says, it’s Smart and Sexy Erotica. Strong Characters. Tight writing. Amazingly hot love scenes. And emotional. Her stories are deep. That’s what I love about them. She uses words effortlessly, without pretense – and I can promise you that you’ll keep on reading until the last page.
 There are only a few books that made me cry, and you have to understand that I’ve devoured books since I was 10 years old. That’s a big list. Fine Things by Danielle Steel is one. Now, I have to add Rannigan’s Redemption: Finale to my list. Although I know how the Rannigan’s Redemption Series is going to end, I was excited to see how she will write it. I was not disappointed. I could kill her, really. 70% into the book, I was bawling like a baby. Continuously, until the last page. And then I had to go back to THAT scene just one more time.
After you read it, you’ll know what THAT scene is.
It’s currently on Pre-order. Out on April 18! Get it on AMAZON.

You might want to get book 1 first, if you haven’t yet.

Ok, enough with the raving. For the Author Spotlight, here’s my interview with Pandora Spocks.
Pandora Spocks, why did you choose that pen name? She’s a witch and you write erotic romance.
The name Pandora Spocks is a pop culture reference from the 60s television show Bewitched, but she was not a witch. On the show, Elizabeth Montgomery played Samantha Stevens, a pretty blonde housewife who happened to be a witch. Occasionally, Montgomery also played Samantha’s brunette cousin, Serena. But in the credits, it was said that Serena was played by Pandora Spocks. I always thought that was clever.

Besides, it’s a pun of Pandora ’s Box, that fabled container from Greek mythology that has come to represent a source of endless complications and problems. I’m a redhead. (laughing) What can I say?

Interesting trivia. I didn’t know that. 

 
How did you get into self publishing? What was the catalyst?
I never started out with the intention of publishing. I began writing my stories online on various social media outlets. Then people seemed to like my work. After I posted my first story, Luke & Bella: Two Streets Over, chapter by chapter twice in its entirety, I thought that maybe I’d investigate the whole self publishing world.

Thank goodness you did. 🙂


Your bio says that you’re happy with your own “Sir”. Tell us a little about that and how it influences your writing.

My husband is my rock, my protector, my partner, my number one fan, the one who makes me believe that anything is possible. Having survived a very young, very bad marriage that lasted way too long, I like to call him my happily ever after. He restored me to the happy, fun girl that I was before my nightmare. When I write romance, I love to create strong, caring men and equally strong, determined women who, together, feel safe enough to be vulnerable with each other.

Tell us about Pandora Spocks, the woman. What makes you tick? What drives you?

I’m a wife, mom, step-mom, sister, daughter, friend. I’m a redhead who was raised in the South, so I can be stubborn. I love to laugh and I’m not afraid to laugh at myself. I care about fairness and equality, I’d like to see a whole lot more love in the world and a whole lot less hate. I love music of all kinds and nearly always have an inner play list. I love reading and I love writing, especially thoughtful, spicy romance. When I do something, I want to do my absolute best.

Your debut novel Luke and Bella was written like a pro. Do you edit your own books?

Wow, thanks! I do edit my own books. I’m a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to writing. Editing my own work is sort of like trimming the Christmas tree—I can’t pass by without rearranging the decorations. I read and reread my work and change something every time. At a certain point, I just have to force myself to let it go. A new development, though. For the last book of Rannigan’s Redemption, I had author A. M. Manay do the proofreading.

Aha.. two of my favorites collaborating…


How do you find self publishing so far? What’s your biggest challenge?

Self publishing has been something of a journey with a learning curve for me. The truth is, I accidentally published Luke & Bella the first time. I sort of thought that when I uploaded the manuscript to KDP I’d have the opportunity to look it over, fiddle with formatting and that. All of a sudden, I had a book for sale. I’ve learned a great deal from my mistakes, and I’ve been blessed to meet a lot of very nice authors who have given me indispensable advice. My biggest challenge has been the whole marketing and promotion thing. It takes a lot of time and I’m not sure I’ve hit on the most effective methods just yet.

It’s a long process, but you’re on the right track.


What are you doing to bring your books closer to your readers?

I’m taking this question as being related to marketing. I am involved in several author support groups on social media and we promote one another’s work on a daily basis. I post promotional articles on my author blog as well as on my personal blog. Recently, taking the advice of colleagues and friends whom I respect, I had The Book Khaleesi redesign the covers of my Rannigan’s Redemption series, making them much more attractive to potential readers.

Tell us what being a self published Author means to you.

For me, being a self published author means that I’m able to put my work out there for readers when I’m ready. I don’t wait for acceptance letters or have to change my work to please a boardroom. I see the self publishing movement as doing for literature what YouTube and iTunes have done for music. The public now has access to a myriad of work they would never have known about previously.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years, as an author?

Whew! (big sigh) In 5 years, I’d love to see myself writing full time. Currently, I work a full time job and squeeze in writing (and marketing, promoting, networking) when I can. If I could get my sales up to the level of my current salary, I’d be what was in terms of my job. I have several stories that are already started and a very long list of ideas beyond that. In addition to writing fiction, I read your book, You Want to Be a Freelancer, Now What? and that’s always in the back of my mind, too.

Where do you get honest validation and feedback for your writing?

My husband is never hesitant to tell me exactly what he thinks. I value his input and his thoughts. I’m also a member of the Alliance of Self Published Authors. We read and provide feedback for each other and I’m beyond grateful for their support.

Which authors do you identify with and why?

I love Joanne Harris and Maeve Binchy for creating characters with depth and soul. I enjoy Maggie Carpenter, Amber Lea Easton, and Natasha Blackthorne who writes sexy erotic romance.

What is your favorite book? Name just one.

My all-time favorite book, no doubt about it, is Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. It’s a great story about love and family and forgiveness. I aspire to one day write something as beautiful as the prologue of that book.

For you, what is the best part about being a self published author?

I love pulling up Amazon (or iBooks, or B&N, or Kobo, or Smashwords) and seeing my book for sale right next to my literary heroes. It’s kind of surreal.

What’s the worst part?

The marketing is hard. Business is not my background or education so I’m very much a fish out of water. Suddenly I’m ‘building a brand’. But I like to think I’m a quick learner.

Your romance series Rannigan’s Redemption is complete. What’s on the pipeline?

Yes, Rannigan is finished. It’s been a long labor of love. Currently, I have a couple of projects I’m working on kind of simultaneously.

First, my next novel is For Sparrow. I’m going back to the BDSM theme that was in Luke & Bella. In Sparrow, a woman’s husband dies suddenly. She finds herself not only grieving her husband but also the loss of the Dominant to her submissive. But as it turns out, he made provisions for her before his death.

My other project is a naughty little summer novella called Just One Night. It’s about a woman who is determined to recover from a nasty break-up but finding a guy for a one night fling.

Will definitely wait for For Sparrow. I read the excerpt on your blog. 🙂

If you could speak to all self published authors, what advise would you give them?

Gosh, where do I start?
• Just do it, don’t be afraid to jump right in.
• Surround yourself with great writers who can give you all sorts of input and advice.
• Don’t let slow sales discourage you. Keep on working.
• Follow successful writers and emulate what they do, marketing-wise.
• Don’t be too hard-headed to take great advice (Pandora!).
• Quid pro quo. Support other indie authors and they will support you.
• Pass along what you’ve learned.
Thanks for taking the time, Pandora. 
I won’t wish you the best cause I know you will make it happen.
Connect with Pandora Spocks:
 
Check out her Amazon Page
 

Watch This Space–Lilah E. Noir

final-coverLike your romance extra spicy with a side of kink?  You’re going to love Stroker Ace by Lilah E. Noir.  To celebrate the new cover of this erotic romance, she’s offering a special deal.

In celebration of the brand new cover and image, my debut novella Stroker Ace is offered for a promotion price of 0.99 cents. The offer expires on Friday, 15th April 2016.

“So… we have general bitchiness, bad personality, and self-denial. You’re in for some punishment tonight, sweetheart. We will start with good old spanking. Climb on my lap so I can show him how you long to be disciplined. Twenty smacks.”

Annabelle is a lady, intelligent, classy and sexually repressed. After a night of drunken oblivion, she submits both to her dominant husband Evan and her own filthy, hidden desires. Little had Evan suspected what a wild and dirty yet obedient pet his wife could be.

A year later their once perfect marriage is on the verge of falling apart. He must deal with her angry accusations and hostile attitude. She has a hard time admitting her submissive nature and frequently lashes out at him out of guilt and shame.

Enters Kitty, a mysterious, charismatic woman armed with a deck of cards, steely dominance and a bag of sex toys. What happens when Evan and Annabelle are faced with her dark game of seduction?

Will Evan hold back his urges? Will Annabelle still be her proud and arrogant self when she gets subjected to stern discipline and humiliating play under Kitty’s thumb? Will their marriage be completely destroyed or reinforced by another night of indulging their kinky side?

PLEASE NOTE:

This story is intended for a mature audience. It contains elements of BDSM as well as scenes of menage a trois and discipline. Please, read the warning inside the book before you purchase it. All characters are over 18 years old.

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Stroker Ace is only .99 through Friday, April 15.  Get your copy on Amazon.

 

How to write the perfect book boyfriend

Many thanks to Jolie Mason for hosting me on her blog today!

Future Fairytales by Jolie Mason

Guest poster Pandora Spocks is making the rounds this week and hitting a few blogs in preparation for her new release on April 18th of the final chapter of her Rannigan series, and it’s a doozy. How lucky can I get? Not only did she do her release announcement on a Fairytale Feature, but she’s agreed to come back today and show us how she writes these incredibly sexy bad boys and boys next door. Let’s hear it, Pandora.

Pandora Spocks

Every great romance story has to have a great lead character. One who makes the leading lady, and the reader, swoon. So what makes a great leading man?

Generally, you want to give him traits that are attractive. That’s no surprise. He should be tall, handsome, possess a good sense of humor. Everything you look for on Match.com, right? Personality-wise, he needs to be strong, sensitive, and protective. But I…

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