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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Spot Light Author: The Devil's Touch by Vivien Sparx

 
 

Blurb: 
Lucien Lance - a ruthless, relentless corporate raider. A man known for his single minded determination and his uncompromising thirst for money and power. A man so fearsome they had a name for him on Wall Street. 
Lucifer.
When young Angelica meets Lucien at a business function she quickly discovers just how dangerous and sexy Lucien is, as he seduces her into an erotic world of dominance and submission using a mysterious pleasure technique called the 'Devil's Touch'.
But Lucien's hunger for wealth and control comes with a cost... and Angelica must decide how much she is willing to risk to earn the chance of love. 
 

 
 
 

 


The first brush of his tongue was broad and soft, setting a swathe of new nerves on edge. Then when she felt his mouth again, it was as a series of hardened rapid flickers around - but never quite on - the jutting stiffened nub at her center.
"Oh, God. I... I can't take... I'm going to scream!" she hissed.
"Do it!" Lucien encouraged her. "Scream, Angelica. No one will hear you. Scream as loud as you can."
And she opened her mouth wide and the cry in her throat was a release of all her humiliation, her wanting, and her ecstatic rapture that sounded as a long exultant roar in the most absolute and shattering moment of Angelica's entire life.
Her eyes fluttered open slowly, and there was a dreamy, almost intoxicated glaze to her expression. Lucien was kneeling on the bed holding a glass tumbler of water. Angelica blinked up at him.
"You fainted," he said, and handed her the water.
"I... I fainted?"
Lucien nodded. "Just for a moment. It's nothing to worry about. The Devil's Touch does that to every woman."
 

 
Amazon: US http://www.amazon.com/Devils-Touch-Erotic-Romance-ebook/dp/B00AQZQHZQ/ref=tmm_kin_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1367382914&sr=1-5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
                                                        About the Author:

As a writer of erotic romance, the beauty of the genre is not in creating lavish settings for my stories.
Nor is my fascination for erotic romance drawn from the opportunity to create handsome heroes and beautiful heroines.
My real love for the genre stems from the opportunity to take my readers on a journey and engage as many of their emotions as possible.
I believe writing erotic romance gives authors the most influence over how a reader feels as we engage them in our stories.
Writers of action books, or horror books certainly can create compelling situations, but with erotic romance we writers can immerse our readers in a multitude of emotions unprecedented in any other form of creative fiction.
I can frustrate readers, make them laugh, make them cry, delight them, intrigue them, inform them – erotic fiction is a total emotional experience, and it is gratifying to hear readers respond to stories with passion.
I believe readers want to be engaged and drawn into the pages of a story, and as a writer of erotic romance, we have the greatest opportunity because our stories are always relatable. They may be fictional worlds and fictional characters, but the themes of love and romance and erotica are so universal, and so personal to each of us that we all respond to stories in different ways.
But we all respond.
And that’s the true joy of writing erotic romance. It matters not so much how you respond as you read… it matters only that you do respond. If a writer can engage you and make you feel, then the story’s journey is one well worth taking.