This Sunday Sexy Six sentences comes from the Award Winning Destination Novella, Painted with Pleasure, published by Wild Rose Press. This Novel was my first erotic romance and it opened my eyes and writing muse to a whole new fascinating genre. This novel holds my heart close. A few know my husband is from Spain and I’ve visited there many times. My favorite thing to do is sip on my Caffe con Leche and eat Churros. If you are in the mood to taste Spain. Then come and enjoy.
Six Sentences of Painted with Pleasure:
“Pardon me, Alejandro, but could you tell me how you crafted the artwork?” Victor asked.
Laurel Opened her month to object, but she couldn’t keep from noticing just how Alejandro’s pants hugged his cock like a beacon.
He ran his hand through his shaggy brown hair as he looked around the room. His blue gaze pierced Laurel as he spoke, “There are many ways to start an orgasm and only one way to finish. These paintings are lovely examples of the journey to that one pivotal moment.” He let his gaze slide around the room, questioning everyone. “No?”
Painted with Pleasure is available where ebooks are sold.
I’m so delighted to get have an honest review from Melenas Reviews. Intoxication Addicted with Fang, (book 1) yielded a 3 1/2 rating. I am so excited I had to share it with all of you. It’s been a lovely holiday season and this is just icing on the cake. So much to be thankful and blessed for this year.
Here is a small taste of the review from Melenas Reviews. It is the two sentences that caused chills to chase over my skins because when I wrote this book, these characters drew the story from me. I had never thought of their romance in this way, but it is so perfectly written. I wanted to pull up my book and read it again. 🙂
Here is the teaser:
…Dena De Paulo knows when to put sex in the book and when to make Dominic beg for Ella’s touch on him. These two was hard to see them apart for they belonged to one another right in the first chapter.
For more of this outstanding review…
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Addicted to Fang: Intoxication is now available. Wow. This process to get this novel to this point is one of great joy.
This is the first novel I wrote in a month. The first menage scene I’ve written is in this book. And since getting over the hump of writing the menage scene as helped me with book 2 of Addicted to Fang. Which is a true menage romance novel.
So here’s a blurb to the book that opened my mind into the depths of the paranormal erotic romance genre.
Telepath and succubus-in-training Ella Hustad’s fate changes the day she discovers her survival hinges on the slip of a vampire’s fang. It’s a sensation that both terrifies her and excites. Accepting Dominic Sebastian, the vampire governor of the eastern quadrant, as her savior might work for her body but she’s not sure if the rest of her is up to the challenge. His blissfully silent mind, his metallic gaze and the feel of his fangs is all she’ll ever need… but is it what she wants?
While on the hunt to save an unregistered active blood benefactor, Dominic falls under the hypnotic charm of Ella’s blood. But that’s not the only attraction. Desire, explosive and unrestrained, forges an unexpected bond between them. When another vampire wants Ella dead, Dominic must find a way to protect her or risk losing the one woman who can satisfy all of his fantasies?
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Writing Intoxication was part therapy, part-fantasy. It’s been said a million times that paranormal ideas help people deal with hard emotional concepts.
I’m going to take the party line here and say…Yupp that’s me. This novel was my lifesaver this past year.
Normally, I don’t divulge into the privacy of my personal life, but I find talking about the reason behind this novel isn’t complete without the whole picture. I wrote this novel in a purge of a moment, desperate to get emotions off my chest. It took me one month to write close to fifty thousand world, then it took two months to get it revised correctly. When I pitched it to Lori Perkins she told me I was a purge writer.
Last year, my husband was diagnosis with cancer, and during the time I wrote this book, I sat next to him during chemo treatments, my house was over ran with caring loving family members and I struggled each day to keep a stable happy front for all my family, my children and especially my husband. This book as out there as it is, helped me get those weird emotions I struggled with under control. My life was so out of the box that I wrote out of the box. I would sit there and say, how can I make this even more extreme and I would write it. So sometimes even with all the craziness in the world, some good can come from it.