"He's determined to show her she can do better."
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Cowboy Boots & Handcuffs
Not Your Bitch
Wicked For You
Flame of Hunger
Sex is the Best Medicine
Symphony of Night
Kiss and Tell
The Thrill of the Chase
Sleeping in the Dragons Den
Alpha's Surprise Mate
Rise of Silver & Steam
Her King's Kinky Proposal
The Red Queen
Breaking the Rules
(A Menage Romance)
Living A Lie
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"She's not his bitch, but she will be his mate."
Zoe has never had much luck with men, so when Elliot came along she was willing to do almost anything to make the relationship work, even accepting his choice of endearment, bitch.
Linc doesn't understand why she puts up with Elliot, and he's determined to show her she can do better, even if it’s a guy who turns into a wolf once a month. She’s not his bitch, but she will be his mate.
He jogged away from campus, heading down a trail toward the river. He could run until the murderous rage died down. It took a lot longer than he expected and when he circled back to find Zoe, he was still on edge. He slowed to a walk and pulled out his phone, dialing Franklin.
“Frank, did Celeste ever have an ex? Or someone coming on to her?”
“Well, yeah, she had all kinds of guys coming onto her. She's hot, you idiot.”
Linc shook his head. “Not like appreciative gazes, like touched her.”
Franklin's voice dropped and his words almost came out in a growl. “No. I wouldn't let anyone touch her.”
Linc closed his eyes, completely understanding Franklin's reaction. “There's a girl living in Aunt Norm's basement, and I'm just about ready to kill her boyfriend. How do you deal with that?”
“Damn,” he muttered, his tone lighter. “I don't know that I couldn't kill him. Are they happy together?”
Linc wound his way between buildings and through the quad. He wasn't quite ready to talk to Zoe yet, but talking to Franklin was definitely helping.
“Not a bit. He treats her like shit and she knows it.”
“So where's the problem? Eat him.” Franklin was way too flippant and Linc scoffed at his suggestion.
“Yeah, where can we hide the body?”
“Oh, we'll find a place. After all, what are cousins for?”
“You're an ass, you know that.”
“But you don't feel like killing him anymore, do you?”
Linc took a deep breath. “Less, but I still do.”
Zoe stood in front of him with a little smile on her lips, like she was amused by the bit of the conversation she had heard.
“I gotta go,” Linc said, hanging up on Franklin. “Hey.”
“Hey,” she said, holding his gaze longer than any time before. “I said I'd be here.”
Linc reached out and played with one of the curls resting on her shoulder. “You did. Thank you.”
“Are you toying with me?” she asked.
Linc frowned, confused. “What do you mean?”
She sighed and turned away. “I had boys do it in high school. They'd pretend they were interested to get me wound up and then laugh when I thought it was real.”
“Who did that?” Linc asked, his voice again a growl and his still-hot blood boiling again.
Zoe whirled to look at him. She wasn't terrified this time, just surprised. “It was years ago,” she tried to explain.
Linc had to get a hold of himself. “I don't care if it was a decade ago or yesterday, Zoe, no one should treat you badly.”
It took a second, but a smile crossed her lips. “That's what my friends keep telling me.”
He took hold of her upper arms, his possessiveness getting the better of him. “You should listen to them.”
Thank you so much for inviting me! I am not good at talking about myself, but I’ll do my best.
Welcome, Angelica! Thanks so much for coming. How long have you been a writer and how did you come to writing?
I have always been a writer. I wrote avidly in grade school, but burned out after University. Around 2010 the bug came back with a vengeance and a couple years later, I published my first novel, Blue Moon House.
How did you come up with this storyline?
It bore a lot of self-reference. I’m also a bigger woman and sometimes wonder how my partner finds me sexy. Writing Zoe was very easy. More difficult was Linc, but I had a good model for him here in my home. 😊
What are the best and the worst aspects of writing?
I’ve had an idea lull lately. I’m searching for things to write about. It’s unusual and disconcerting. Definitely the worst thing I’ve run into. The best part is re-reading something I wrote and having it move me emotionally AGAIN. Those are glorious moments.
What inspires you to write?
I like to use photo prompts. They can give me so many different ideas.
What are 3 of your favorite quotes from **Not Your Bitch**?
He'd said Zoe, but he heard it, and so did Adam, as bitch. “No. No, no, no. She not my bitch. She's my bitch.” – hence the title, hehe
“He treats her like shit and she knows it.”
“So where's the problem? Eat him.” – everyone needs a cousin like this!
“I am just saying it,” he said at last and her eyes went wide in his peripheral vision. He continued to follow his finger, dark, on her pale marble skin. “I'm saying it without promises, without strings, without my own reasons. Just saying it.”
What would your friends say is your best quality?
I’ve been admired for my tolerance. I’m not a judgmental person. I assume your situation includes something I either don’t know or don’t understand which explains your actions, viewpoint, etc. I take people as they come, not the way I want them.
Are reader reviews important to you? Why?
Yes and no. It is always uplifting to get a great review. They spur me on in my work in progress. On the other hand, I don’t make a point of checking for reviews. I don’t have the thickest skin and they can hurt more than help.
What do you do when you don’t write? Like in “Real Life”
I’m an environmental consultant part-time. More work over the summer, more office time and reporting in the winter. I also supervise my daughter’s school over lunch. My hobbies include coloring, cross-stitch and crochet.
Tell us about your other books?
My main series is the BDSM tales of the Blue Moon House vampires. They are a set of prequels where each subsequent book takes place before the previous one. It makes them very easy to read in any order. I enjoy menage (found in Blue Moon House), BDSM, shifters, witches and ghost. If you like any or all, you can find them among my titles.
We loved having you visit. Thank you for sharing your work, and yourself, with us.
Thank you so much for taking the time to get to know me. I’m a quiet person generally, so it’s a rare thing to come out of my shell. It was very nice to chat with you.
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