Thank you, LadyScribes, for allowing me to be your guest today. I will be honest, I do not blog much. However, I do enjoy reading them. I tend to fly under the radar, simply happy to write and enjoy my books being published. I know as an author, we should be out there in the community, but it is not my comfort zone, so to speak. But since I have been told to be more visible, I am taking a step into the blogging world.
There is little to tell about myself. I am married to a wonderful man and we share our home with an adorable Labrador who isn’t nearly as intimidating as she thinks she is. She has a fierce bark, and if you couldn’t see her, perhaps she would be scary. But, the tail wagging at the same time is a dead giveaway that you are more likely to be licked and jumped on than bitten.
I think pets bring warmth to a household. They add a layer of love that is not attainable with mere humans. You see, people argue, love, fight and experience a whole array of emotions. But with a dog or a cat, the love is unconditional. They don’t get mad, yell or give you the silent treatment. They greet you with open paws when you come home and curl at your feet when you relax (when not trying to crawl in your lap). I should point out that my husband doesn’t yell or give me the silent treatment, but when you have been married for ten plus years, there have been a few arguments. He doesn’t curl up at my feet either, in case you were wondering.
There is nothing like a beloved pet to make your life complete. But interesting, none of my characters have ever had a pet. I hadn’t realized that until I began writing this blog post. It may be because I only write short stories, short erotic stories to be exact, and there hasn’t really been a reason to add a pet. I will have to change that. There should be no reason why my hero can’t have a dog or heroine a cat.
My newest series, Vixens of Versailles, is finished, otherwise I would attempt to bring in a beloved pet. I may just have to add an additional story for that purpose.
TheVixens of Versailles is a series of historical erotic romances which take place amongst the many gardens and groves of Versailles.
Succumb to the heat and passion amongst the groves and gardens of the palace.
Raina Benoit, lonely, full of desire, waiting upon the whims of the court. She longed for the touch of a man again, tired of relying on herself. One man in particular could fill that need.
Andre Raison had wanted Raina since before her husband died. Now he has one night to prove they were destined for a life of passion.
He stepped into the pool. The splash must have alerted her because Raina’s head snapped up and her pale blue eyes looked right at him. Her arms moved to shield her body.
“Don’t.” He continued to walk toward her.
“I didn’t know you were here.” Raina’swords were a hushed whisper.
“Would you have stopped had you known?” He already knew the answer.
Raina looked down and away, her face flushed further. “Of course.”
“Which is why I remained silent.” He brought his hand up to caress her cheek. “You are so beautiful.”
Jeanette Nouel was tired of her lonelyexistence. Virtuous, despite being widowed, did not entice gentlemen in a court where most widows were free with their favors. In order to attract the one man she desired, Jeanette would need to step out of her shell, and become a slave to passion.
For Jacques Karol there was only one woman he wished to spend his nights with, if only she would have him.
Jacques made his way down the slope and onto the lawn where he paused on a rock and removed his boots and stockings. He turned at the sound of ripping material. Jeanette had followed him and had torn away a portion of her gown, if that is what one could call the filmy piece of material.
“I will wash you.”
“There is no need.”
A smile pulled at her lips. “I want to.” She took his hand and led him into the water.
Tell me how your pet or pets have fulfilled your life and you will be entered to win an ebook copy of Cascade of Desire and Servant to Passion.