by Lacey Savage
Ginny and Cole have struggled to connect intimately since before their marriage. When Cole suggests they surprise each other with the most sexually daring things they can dream up for their anniversary, Ginny reluctantly musters every ounce of courage she possesses to get nipple piercings.
He’s turned their suburban basement into a dungeon—and hired a sexy Dom to teach them the art of BDSM.
Desperately in love with his wife, Cole’s aware of sensitive sexual demons in Ginny’s past, and will try anything to beat them. Whips, toys, ménage play with the Dom…all these and more could help Ginny find pleasure, break through her issues.
Or, if they’re not careful, possibly just break Ginny.
What sparked your interest in becoming a romance writer?
I read a book from Ellora’s Cave (Cheyenne McCray’s King of Hearts, the first book in her Wonderland series), and I was absolutely blown away. I’d never read an erotic romance before, and it was as though an entire world opened up for me right then and there. I remember turning the last page and sitting there for a while, contemplating this new genre. I started writing my first novella the next day.
What was the first romance novel you read that made an impression on you?
Without a doubt, it was Outlander, by Diana Gabaldon. I was instantly swept away by the immersive story, and her characters stuck with me for a long time after reading that book. I kept thinking about Jaimie… who to me embodies the perfect hero. Passionate, strong, protective, and loyal to a fault. I’ve reread the book a dozen times in the past fifteen years, and I have the same emotional, overwhelming response to it each and every time.
Do you plan all your characters out before you start a story or do they develop as you write?
A little bit of both. I do some advance planning before I start. I like to know my main characters’ overall GMC (goal, motivation and conflict), and a little bit about them and their backgrounds. But beyond those basic things, I let their actions speak for themselves during the book. I’m often amazed by what I discover about them while I write, and although it sometimes leads to a lot of revision, I’m always grateful for those insights I wouldn’t have had any other way.
Do you have a specific writing style?
I write very emotionally intense scenes, so I tend to spend a lot of time in my characters’ heads. I don’t do as much descriptive writing as other authors, preferring action, strong dialogue, and inner monologue to setting, for example.
What type of book have you always wanted to write?
I adore epic fantasy (like George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones), and I hope to some day tackle a manuscript in that genre, but I haven’t been brave enough to attempt that yet.
Thanks so much!
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
Award-winning author Lacey Savage loves to write about her dreams - or more specifically, she loves to breathe life into her steamy fantasies (and she's got plenty!). She pens erotic tales of true love and mythical destiny, peopled with strong alpha heroes and feisty heroines. A hopeless romantic, Lacey loves writing about the intimate, sensual side of relationships. She currently resides in Ottawa, Canada, with her loving husband and their mischievous cat.
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