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Erotic Fantasies Blog Hop

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Hi Everyone.  My home life has kept me away for awhile but I saw this blog hop and new I had to be a part.  Nothing like a little fantasy to keep you warm as the weather gets colder.

Welcome to our December Erotic Fantasies Blog Hop. The anothology authors are please to be able to give away a Kindle FIRE or the winner can take a gift card for $220 toward a faster, more powerful Kindle of their choosing.

  Enter the grand prize drawing below and then hop to the author pages at the bottom where you may find other contests to enter this weekend. I’m also doing a giveaway as a thank you to my readers and visitors for stopping by each week to see what’s happening here.

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On my part, I am giving away a free copy of Life Reignited and two decks of EC trading cards to three commentors selected at random.

To win, all you have to do is to tell me one thing that would should up in your erotic fantasy.  I’ll share mine–a blindfold.  But for whom?  I’ll leave that for you to decide.

In the meantime, here’s the linky list to visit the other blog hop participants.

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About the Rose #Giveaway

Rose On Wood BWWhen asked what key element defined the the essence of Thirteen Nights, my answer, as you would probably guess from the book’s cover, was a rose.

Yes, there is a rose scene and its fun, sexy and sets down the nature of the relationship. Here, take a peak. Its rated R so by reading forward you are agreeing to be at least 18 years of age.

“Your pleasure belongs to me, Antiope.”

Satisfied he’d proven his worth, she bent forward, inviting him in. “May your seed conceive a new warrior.” She said the required words to begin the first taking. Instead of a powerful entry, a whisper of silk glided up one thigh, floated across her mons and slid down the other. The rose. An offer of a different kind—a test of who they’d be.

“Call me Annie.” The name she used in the human world, an alternate identity—one that reflected her whole self, not just the warrior.

Tai, being the creative kind of guy he is, finds a few uses for that rose. But I’ll let you read that yourself.

Close-up View of a Pink RoseAs you can see, the rose represents more than the beauty and bite of love. In this story, it signifies the gentling of the warrior; the acceptance of a new way of being. When Annie takes the flower, accepts Tai’s unexpected use of it, she opens herself up to new possibilities—possibilities the life she was born into has denied her.

Even though we may not be Amazon warriors, we do understand what it takes to lift the veil of expectations that the world puts on us as we grow up and grow into our own skin.  The rose is both the symbol of love and of Annie’s acceptance of her truest, best self.  It’s also pretty sexy.

As part of my blog tour, I’m giving away three copies of Thirteen Nights and an  amazon/barnes and noble gift. You can participate  on rafflecopter.

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