I'm thrilled to be featured here at Smut and Bonbons. (Love that blog title.) This week I'm celebrating the release of book #2 in my Paris Secrets trilogy, SCREEN. The first book, WINDOW was out last fall and you'll find it on sale for a limited time Feb 14-17 for only .99 cents.
This trilogy is a special project of mine that has been simmering on the back burner for YEARS. Seriously. I got the idea for a fun romp of an erotic story about two people who meet (and take it REALLY far) through windows, but didn't have a chance to work on it until recently.
Originally it was just going to be the one book. Girl sees a sexy man through the window. They fall in love without a single spoken word. Readers and reviewers have called WINDOW fun, flirty and unique. That thrills me! I'm so glad to be doing something a little different than most erotica. And I like to keep it light, not too much angst, and lots of sexy stuff.
But while I was writing WINDOW I realized it couldn't simply stop at one book. I had to get the window lovers together. But...not too quickly. I mean, the idea of rushing from no words right to 'hey, here I am, let's do this!' didn't work for me either. I had to move things along gradually. That's where SCREEN comes in. Cybersex! Or my form of it, at least.
If was fun exploring the lovers' growing relationship in this second story of the trilogy. I can honestly say I've never had an online love affair (happily married for quite some time now) but to imagine what it would be like was both fun and...frustrating. I mean, really? How to sustain a relationship without touch? And will the lovers ever learn each other's names? ;-)
So, I think I managed to provide lots of steamy sex, added new levels to their relationship, and a big surprise that'll have readers saying 'oh, now he didn't!' to SCREEN. So I hope you'll give the series a read and love it as much as I loved writing it.
And just a sneak about book #3, SKIN. It's going to be longer than both books #1 and #2 combined, and takes place over a longer span of time, and I've even gotten into the hero's head so you'll read from his point-of-view as well. SKIN is out this Fall, so catch up by reading WINDOW and SCREEN first!
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Click here to see my review of Screen.
Click here to see my review of Window.