10th March 2012 - Bloghops - 6 Comments

Something different for Read an eBook week.

Hello everyone! Firstly, remember to get your hands on a copy of the Independent today as I’m in there with four other ever so good erotica writers!

Okay, now did you know that it’s read an eBook week this week? It’s coming to a close in fact and I couldn’t let the phenomenon pass without mentioning how awesome ebooks are. I would say that, yes, I am be in large published in eBook format but as a reader I love them too.

So lets see what I’ve got in my back catalogue to whet your appetite. Pay attention, there will be a competition at the end of this and you may just want in on the rather brilliant prize. Here is a selection of my more unusual stories because it’s always good to try something a little different!

So, first off I’ve got a werewolf for you to get your teeth into, pun well and truly intended!

Moon Shy
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Lowell is a werewolf. Desdemona is a werewolf. That is where the similarities end.

Desdemona takes great joy in the full moon. She maims and kills with enthusiasm and wishes she could be a werewolf every day. Lowell hates what he is. He wishes that the full moon would only come around once in a million years.

Jenny is a sweet girl who often acts before she thinks, especially when a man is involved. She finds herself between these two werewolves. She loves Lowell, he was her school crush way back when. Desdemona is her superior and makes her working life a misery.

But which werewolf will have Jenny in the end? Will Desdemona succeed in killing her during the full moon, or will Lowell be able to keep her safe and in the dark about his horrific secret? It comes down to a fight between two werewolves, one Moon lover and one Moon Shy. Who will win?

Reader Advisory: This book contains some graphic violence, although the violence isn’t too gruesome.

A Snappy Excerpt

“What are we doing?” he asked between kisses.

“I think we’re making out,” she replied. “I want you, Lowell.”

It was the most arousing thing she could have said. Lowell smiled and dragged his lips down her cheek and chin to press delicately against her neck. She mewled. It was the hottest sound he had ever heard, so he kissed again in the same spot and was rewarded with a gasp and a groan and a tightening of her hands on his back. He kissed down from her neck and over the skin of her chest. He scattered kisses all over the V opening of the front of her blouse, then, with shaking fingers, he undid first one button then another.

His lips followed seconds later and kissed the warm, scented curve that presented itself. He could see and feel her chest undulating from his attention, and he became immersed in her scent and hypnotised by the beating of her heart.

He was aroused to a level he’d never felt before, and he didn’t know if it had anything to do with his new, wolfish senses or not. He had not even kissed a girl before Jenny since he had changed, but he knew he’d never reacted this strongly to any woman ever before.

At £2.49 Moon Shy is worth trying out, you’re going to love Lowell, I know you will.

Stopping Point

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Josh is a vampire he just doesn’t quite know it yet.

He is confused and his voluptuous sire, Cara is far too busy being mysterious to really help him unlock the secrets of his Afterlife. However, he pieces it together by himself and decides to turn his best mates into Vampires too. This doesn’t quite go to plan but he does discover The Point and its unique, ten-second rule.

Cara does not approve of Josh visiting The Point but that night she turns up at his door bloodied and much more dead than usual, and accepts Josh’s help to escape from her much older and much crazier Sire Leopold. How is Josh going to defeat an older, wiser and more powerful vampire? He hasn’t a clue but for Cara he is willing to find out.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of blood shed. This book is best read as part of a series, but it may also be read as a stand alone title.

Bite sized snippet.

Josh looked back at the woman who was still smiling. Oh, what the heck, he thought, I am hungry and I am somewhat horny. I might as well give it a go.

He walked over to the tree and ran his fingers gently down the girl’s side. She moaned as his fingertips trailed over her tiny breast and onto her lithe hip. She was quite pretty for a skinny chick. Her eyes were bright and her nipples hard, but Josh really did prefer a bit more meat on the bone. However, he leaned in and started to kiss the girl’s neck and shoulder as he ran his hands all over her. She was soon mewling and panting quite loudly. He took off his work tie and wrapped it around her mouth before pulling it tight.

“Hush, love, we don’t want anyone else coming to this party, do we?”

She winked at him and he pulled open his trousers. His cock was hardening, and when he looked over his shoulder to see Cara with her ample tits out and her hand stroking down her open thigh, it got all the harder.

Again, £2.49 get’s you more vampires than you can shake a stick at. Stopping Point is book 2 in the Point Vamp series but it can be read out of order.

Lyrical

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Living in a world of lyrics, she sings his song and he is powerless to resist.

Peter is held back by a lack of self confidence and interacts with people as little as he can manage to get away with, that is until willowy Chloe is assigned the desk next to him, she has other ideas. Peter soon gives in to her siren song and lets Chloe seduce him but he just does not know how to deal with this beautiful woman and her lusts.

Does Chloe have the patience to teach him to play in harmony with her natural sensuality or will he be forever doomed to a solitary life with only his music for comfort?

“Kiss me.” She whispers in a voice barely louder than a breath. Her mellow green eyes fix on mine as I tilt forward. She encourages me wordlessly on with the lustful spark in her eye. Oh please God, let it be lustful and not disgusted or faintly amused. I suck at reading people, I really do.

My lips touch hers and the worry slips away from my mind. I’m now consumed with the sweet pressure of her lips on mine and the undulation of our mouths as we kiss. I’m tense at first, stiff and rigid, but with gentle movements and great patience her lips break through the barrier and my mouth slips open. I groan deep in my chest as her tongue darts inside of me. It feels so intimate, as if I am being fucked by her tongue.

“And this,” she says, pulling away from my lips and giving me a moment to breathe, “is where my real talent lies. Wou ld you like to see more of my oral technique?”

I am struck dumb; well dumber than usual. I just manage to incline my head in a slight nod.

“Good, let’s play a game. I love games.”

I know I’ve given you paranormal up to now and you were expecting more of the same right? Well, if you want more Paranormal check out Silver Screen Dream for a Djinn or Point Vamp for a sexy Victorian Vampire. No, I picked Lyrical because it’s different for me because Peter, my guy, is the curvy one. I usually write about rubenesque ladies but this one proves that cuddly guys are sexy too! So if you fancy a cuddly shy guy to seduce you should try out Lyrical.

There’s a bit of Blisse to suit most tastes and wants. My recommendation? Getting Physical. It’s funny, sexy and was mentioned on National TV, oh yeah baby.

So now, the contest. I’m giving away eBooks. Wow, that surprised you I bet! I’m going to pick THREE lucky winners to win a Blisse eBook each. If you win you’ll be able to pick any eBook from my backlist. What do you have to do? Simply leave me a comment below. You can tell me what you love about eBooks, let me know what kind of stories you enjoy when you’re looking for something a bit different or even just stop to say Hi. one comment per person will be counted in the draw. I’ll pick my winners on Monday 11th March and then I’ll email the winners to ask them which Blisse book they’d like!

6 responses to “Something different for Read an eBook week.”

  1. Unity says:

    Being a long time advocate of not only book but also libraries I have however recently made the jump to ebooks and ebook readers. This was from a frustration, pressure and the impending library fines that came out of this.

    Having now got a kindle it’s not taken me to long to realise what freedom ebooks have given me being able to read not only erotic ebooks but also sex and relationship guide ebooks any place any time without embarrassment.

    I have actually found ebooks so much more accessible reading time to me used to be mainly an hour or so before bedtime and time I put aside to do such reading. Now any spare 5mins; waiting in the car on a school pick up; or in the local cafe whilst taking a break; ebooks have made reading to me so much more accessible and so less cumbersome. This is especially more so as I like to have a number of books on the go at a time to fit my mood or situation but now I can have all those books ready to go in the palm of my hand.

    I still love libraries but having fought against for so long I’ve quickly been taken under the spell of ebooks

    • Victoria Blisse says:

      Unity -I completely know what you mean. I still use my local library and my daughter especially loves getting books there. We both have ereaders though and it is that accessibility of them that makes them such a boon. I love my kindle. Thanks for commenting!

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  3. Hi Unity: I know what you mean. I actually work for an academic library. Part of my job is ordering the books that the staff librarians want to add to our collection. I love to feel the physical book in my hand. Love getting bookmarks but if we read e-books, what’s going to happen to our lovely bookmarks. It’s harder to keep going back and looking at the covers of our favorite books. But e-books are great because it is a much better way to store many more books. We are also getting more gadget oriented. Quite a conundrum.

    Lynn
    lareynolds0316@gmail.com

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  5. lynn mann says:

    I have recently brought a kindle. For me, it was MS that prompted the change to e-books. A large hardback or even a large paperback has become TOO HEAVY for my wrists to cope with for longer than, say, 30 mins. So as yet have not down loaded any fiction (or erotica) but that may well change!!!
    Have to have do a bit of research as to availability!

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