“I have never hated a villain so much!” ~ Vickie Raynor
Sarah Brown sets out on a journey to sexual self-discovery and falls face first into danger. In Barcelona, Anthony de Luca, an author and photographer unleashes the full force of his charm that threatens to steal her heart, a prize he openly admits he doesn’t want. Still, she can’t resist him, and finds herself experiencing the heights of ecstasy and the lows of heartbreak as her lover leaves without a word. In Berlin, Paul Christiansen, a handsome Dutch Lothario with a sordid past works his wiles to seduce her body; while in the shadows, a predator stalks a young boy close to Sarah determined to get what he wants or kill anyone who gets in his way. One of her two lovers has led a dangerous criminal straight to her door, but which one? And who can she trust? Will Sarah survive or will she lose both her heart and her life to dangerous desires?
Heat Level: High
Targeted Audience: 21+
Michele E. Gwynn is a freelance journalist in San Antonio. She has wriiten for newspapers, magazines, and online websites like Examiner.com (under the categories of Film, Animal Rights, Healthy Food, and Sex and Relationships), Yahoo Voices, Alwayz Therro Magazine, and more. In addition, she also edits websites and books for such authors Jami Brumfield, Diane Rinella, and the recent re-edit for Sammie J’s Rock the Viper. Prior to her career in writing, Ms. Gwynn worked first as a referral coordinator, billing manager, then office manager for a dermatology practice. Ms. Gwynn currently has three series, Kriminal Erotic, the Harvest Trilogy, and the Angelic Hosts Series as well as stand alones in the genres of contemporary romance and erotica under the pen name of Xaviera Snow. She resides in the small town of Schertz, Texas on the northeast side of San Antonio with her four felines who so graciously allow her to reside in their home.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Initially, I wanted to write a straight-out erotic romance, but then an intriguing criminal story bubbled up around the character of Sarah that not only complicated her desire to explore her sexuality, but put her in danger. I set the location in Berlin, a city I’d visited in 2010 and fell in love with so it seemed the perfect fit for a small-town, Texas librarian eager to experience in real life all that she’d only read in books.
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