Friday, February 18, 2011

Guest author Roxanne Rhoads and giveaway!

Please welcome Roxann Rhoads!

An Unexpected Evening by Roxanne Rhoads

Book Description:
Samuel is a centuries-old vampire who prefers to be a recluse. He is always afraid of losing control and becoming the monster he once was. Falling in love with a young witch has pushed his boundaries and pulled him out of his comfort zone.
Katerina always encourages Samuel to be more open, to let loose, and to really "live" instead of only existing in the shadows.
One night, he finally grants her wish . . . in ways she never imagined.
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Published by Noble Romance
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Cover price $1.50

X-rated Excerpt:
An Unexpected Evening
By Roxanne Rhoads

I swirled my tongue around his rigid cock, flicking at the bulging veins as Samuel roughly squeezed and caressed my breasts. He leaned his long torso over my half-twisted body, shoving his large shaft into my mouth. Finally, he acted a little more . . . vampish.

I'd been waiting a long time for him to show me more of his true nature and to quit being afraid he'd break me. I wasn't as fragile as he thought.

Working him from a twisted and almost upside down angle turned out to be a bit uncomfortable. But my flexibility combined with my eagerness and hunger for his touch made my discomfort easier to ignore. I loved the feel of his hands roving over me as I wrapped my lips around him. It was well worth a little pain . . . in fact, it was a deliciously exquisite torture. The kind of torture I craved from time to time.

A relationship full of sweetness, wine, and roses could get dull after awhile, without the occasional scratch from a thorn.

I loved thorns. And I loved Samuel.

I continued to work him in and out of my mouth. He tasted so good; slightly salty, a little sweet, with a hint of cinnamon, and he felt even better: hard like steel wrapped in smooth velvet. This experience couldn't get any better . . . well, maybe if he was covered in dark chocolate. Nah, his was the most exquisite flavor of all. I simply couldn't get enough of my delicious vampire.

His hands grasped my breasts, squeezed, then tweaked my nipples. Hard. I moaned in sweet agony as the pain spiraled into immense pleasure, and arched my hips, hoping he'd move his attentions lower. He complied with an inhuman growl. His eyes fixed on me, glowing with an inner fire, which cranked up my heat level. A couple years earlier, I never would've imagined being with a vampire as the most amazing sexual experience of my life.

His large hand cupped my sex, and he dipped a finger inside me, barely, just enough to tease me, test the waters. I wiggled and raised my hips, begging for more, as I held tight to his shaft and continued to lick his sweet tip like a large lollipop.

His hand grazed my hard clit. I let go of his cock and inhaled sharply at the surprise of the touch. I wanted more, but his hand disappeared. Such a tease. Then out of nowhere, his hand came down and smacked my aching pussy. Hard, but not too hard. I moaned at the exquisite sting.

Oh yeah, that's what I'd been craving. Finally, my vamp got the blood moving inside me.

Bio for Roxanne Rhoads

Story strumpet, tome loving tart, eccentric night owl...all ways to describe freelance writer and erotic romance author Roxanne Rhoads.
When not fulfilling one of the many roles being a wife and mother of three require, Roxanne's world revolves around words...reading them, writing them, and talking about them. In addition to writing her own stories she loves to read and review what others write. She operates a book review site, Fang-tastic Books at and a virtual book tour business, Bewitching Book Tours at
Roxanne writes everything from articles to web content as a freelance writer and poet. Her erotic stories and poems have appeared in Playgirl Magazine, several print anthologies, in ebooks and on numerous websites.
Her publishers include Noble Romance, eXcessica, Eternal Press, Xcite Books, Circlet Press, Ravenous Romance, Running Press, Midnight Showcase, Whiskey Creek Press Torrid, Melange Books, and L & L Dreamspell.
In addition to reading and writing Roxanne loves to hang out with her family, craft, garden and search for unique vintage finds.
You can visit her at and

Praise for Roxanne’s writing:

After reading Eternal Desire, I would have to call Roxanne Rhoads a master of words. Each sentence flowed into another with a nice blend of old elegance and contemporary style…
~review by author Kiki Howell
Ms. Rhoads is an artist with words. She very tastefully wove the romance with the love scenes making the reader feel as if true romance and chivalry were still here…
~review by Bertena Varney

Spike Versus Angel Who’s Your Favorite Vampire with a Soul

Long before Twilight I was a vampire fan.
Even long before Buffy, Angel and Spike I was a vampire fan. But the Buffyverse duo of “Buffy” then later the “Angel” spinoff were and still are some of the best vampire shows to ever hit the television screen.
I have to admit after watching the Buffy movie I was seriously doubtful about the show and didn’t bother watching it at first. Then sitting in a hospital waiting room one night, upset and bored all the same time (you probably know the waiting drill), “Buffy” was playing on the TV and I quickly became hooked. I think it was a “Buffy” marathon or something because I remember watching more than one episode while I sat there.
I adored the quick wit and snark-tastic humor and I quickly fell for the pretty buy named Angel, who turned out to be a vampire with a soul.
I didn’t like him so much after he turned bad though. I think his evil rampage after he and Buffy shared that “one moment of true happiness” turned me off and I never quite looked at him the same way again. I guess you can compare it to getting cheated on, forgiving the guy and staying with him. Sure you still love him, but that doubt lingers forever.
Yeah, I felt a similar unease with Angel after that.
Then enter Spike. I knew right away he was going to be something special even when he reveled in his evil bad boy ways there was just something about him.
Many will argue that he was forced to become a good guy after getting that chip in his head but if you watched all the episodes you know Spike had a heart long before that chip ever entered his brain.
So here’s my question, who do you think was the better “good” bad boy vampire -Spike or Angel?
I honestly think Spike was the better man and better bad boy vampire.
For one, Angel’s soul was forced upon him by a curse. Without his soul he was an evil, rampaging, conscienceless killer, relentless in his quest for torture and death.
Spike on the other hand asked for his soul. And he had a kind side, a softer side, and a loving heart (albeit sometimes a twisted kinda love) before he was gifted with the return of his soul. He started playing for the good guys- even if it was sometimes for his own diabolical reasons and selfish gain- while he was still a fully soulless vampire.
All that put Spike above Angel on my vampire adoration meter.
Plus Angel was forever no fun. The only time he wasn’t brooding and sulking was when he lost his soul and then all he did was torture and kill.
Spike on the other hand was humorous, snarky, and sometimes made you want to give him a big hug, especially when he was crushing on Buffy and all she did was treat him terrible.
In the beginning of the two series Angel may have been the hero but by the end of both shows- “Buffy” and “Angel”- Spike was definitely my hero.
If you watched the shows who was your favorite, Spike or Angel?
If you didn’t watch the shows tell me who is your favorite vampire now.

Today I would like to offer one lucky reader a free pdf of my newest release An Unexpected Evening and an author swag pack which includes magnets, bookmarks, stickers, postcards, a button and more from me and other authors too.
Open to US Shipping only please.

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