Hey New Year! Hope it’s a healthy and happy one for you and yours! I’m Dana Lorraine—total and unapologetic fan of threesomes…only in books of course! I’m kind of new around here so many thanks to Nikki for letting me stop by to introduce myself and to tell you about my paranormal erotic m/f/m ménage release from Ellora’s Cave, Dying to Love Her.
Here’s the blurb:
When Melanie Woodson joins Empriva Fitness she expects to lose weight, not gain two sexy vampire personal trainers. With an exercise regimen that includes passionate horizontal workouts, fat-burning orgasms and lusty words of encouragement, she’s in serious danger of forgetting their relationship is based on a business agreement and not mutual attraction.
Alec Kosta and Rook Abernathy, best friends and owners of Empriva, have waited over a century for the right lifemate to come along. Now that they’ve found Melanie, with her endless curves and quick wit, they’re ready to give up countless lifetimes to spend just one with her.
But time isn’t on their side—they’ve tasted her blood and now mere days are all they have to convince her their love is real or risk losing their chance to be with her forever.
A Romantica® paranormal ménage erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave
I thought you might want to get to know Rook and Alec better so I asked them to join us today for a little either/or interview session. And here they are…
Dana: Hey guys. Glad you could tear yourself away from Melanie for a few minutes to meet the readers.
Rook: No problem. You wrote us the perfect woman so it was the least we could do.
Alec: Just make it quick if you can. I don’t like to be away from Mel too long.
Dana: Fair enough. I did write you to be attentive lovers after all. So let’s get right to it with the age-old question—boxers, briefs or bare?
Alec: You took me away from Melanie for questions like this? *shakes head* Boxer-briefs, tight fitting, although with Melanie around I spend more time out of my clothes than in them.
Dana: And what about you Rook?
Rook: Bare, *smiles slyly* the way you wrote me I barely fit in my pants as it is.
Dana: *blushes* Well, you know that wasn’t for my benefit *clears throat nervously*. A writer has got to look out for her heroine.
Alec: That’s all we want to do to, look out for Melanie.
Dana: Awe, that’s sweet. I love you guys.
Rook: And thankfully so does Melanie. I don’t know what I’d do without her.
Dana: This is getting all mushy. I love it, but let’s get back to the questions. Chocolate or Vanilla?
Rook: Poured all over Melanie’s delicious body.
Dana: Lucky Melanie. How about music? You’ve both been around for a long time and heard it all. What do you like, disco or rock?
Alec: Rock. I should have risked the mother of all sunburns to be at that baseball game in the late seventies and cheered on the DJ who burnt all those disco albums.
Rook: The hell you say. The Bee Gee’s knew how to write a song. You dance like shit. That’s why you hate disco. I on the other hand know how to groove.
Dana: I’m sure you do *smirk*. So when you’re not busting a move do you prefer a night out on the town or to kick back at home?
Rook: *sings* I like the night life, I like to boogie-
Alec: Home with Melanie. *head shake* Hopefully, Travolta here will be out so I can have her all to myself for a little while. Sorry but can we speed it up? Melanie’s waiting.
Dana: *Sigh* Fine it’s not like I don’t have two new sexy vampires taking up all my writing time right now. Here’s the last question—make love or pound you into the floor sex?
Rook: Make love all night long *licks lips*. I like to take it nice and slow—make sure I don’t miss one sweet spot.
Dana: And you Alec, *shifts uncomfortably* are you going to tell the readers what your bedroom style is like?
Alec: *dark twinkle in his eyes* Just call me McHammer.
About The Author
Dana Lorraine never dreamed she’d grow up to be a writer. A voracious reader of romance, one day she decided to write one of her own. And now she never wants to stop. Paranormal, sci-fi or contemporary, ménage or one-on-one, don’t ask her to limit herself to just one type because she loves them all.
She makes killer meatballs, loves to reread her favorite romances and likes any drink served with an umbrella. A bookseller by day and mother of two wonderful daughters all the time, you’ll find Dana sweet-talking her husband into doing laundry and bringing home take-out so she has more time to write.
Ellora’s Cave: http://www.ellorascave.com/dying-to-love-her.html