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About the author:
*the author of the next three installments in the Scourge Survivor Series and two novels in a paranormal erotica series currently under consideration for traditional publishing.
What inspired you to write your book?
I grew up being a huge fan of the graphic novels ELF QUEST and of course have always loved Legolas Greenleaf. So there you have it…BLAZE IGNITES was born.
Here is a short sample from the book:
Galan’s kiss tasted like honeysuckle and sunshine. Sweet and sinful mixed with raw, masculine lust. The pounding of my heart in my ears, drowned out the crash of the falls and my body ignited. Of their own volition, my hands wrapped around his back and laced through his wet silver hair. My fingers twined deep and pulled him closer. With his mouth on mine, he backed us into the edge of the falling water. A cool rush cascaded over us as his lips, silk over steel, met mine. His eagerness verged on desperation, his body incredibly hard.
Moving my lips along his cheek, I gasped for air and then nipped the gentle peak of his ear. His throaty moan told me I was on to something. I exploited my discovery, nibbling, kissing and focusing my attentions first on one ear, then the other.
“Sweet mercies, Jade. How is a male to keep a logical mind when you are determined to seduce? Verily, we need to stop,” he gasped, shaking his head. “You are far too tempting.” When he tried to wrench away, I tightened my grip in his hair and held him in place. “Jade, please. Gods, I want to sheath myself inside you with a madness so uncontrollable I tremble. It is . . . animalistic and primal. We need to stop.”
I don’t know what had taken over me, but I knew what I needed. Destiny. I raked my nails down his back and cupped the globe of his ass beneath the surface of the water.
“By the love of all that is holy.” His eyes rolled back. “Have you any idea what you are doing to me?”
I moaned as he spanned my ribs, strong fingers pulling me tight against his musculature. His arousal pressed against my navel, strained and ready. Blinding sensation burned through me. My hands slid up his back, across his shoulders, fisted into his silky hair.
“Gods help me, Blossom, I want you.” My body arched under the flow of water as my core wept for his attention.
Galan stiffened. I didn’t notice what he’d seen or smelled or heard. He pivoted toward the edge of the pool. In a blur he shielded me from the curious gaze of Tham, Lexi and Aust. Mercifully, Reign wasn’t with them.
“Well, we were wrong,” Lexi giggled. “You’re not trying to kill each other.”
“No, not unless they were to suffocate,” Tham said.
Aust, at least had the decency to look embarrassed. “Um, apologies. We were concerned when you failed to return and wished to ensure that you were well.”
Lexi smirked. “I’d say they’re well.”
“Doing very well indeed,” Tham said.