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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Guest Post/Giveaway: Mr Insatiable by Serenity Woods


Mr. Insatiable
Serenity Woods

Gossip says he is hot between the sheets. Has Mr. Insatiable finally met his match?

Enya’s been curious about Kit’s bedroom exploits ever since his ex-girlfriend spilled the beans about his…skill. But he’s not for her. Enya can’t provide what he wants from life, especially not between the sheets.

After Enya admits she’s not good at sex, Kit persuades her to trust in him. Together, they can create fireworks in the bedroom. A few drinks followed by a discussion about kinky sex, and Enya succumbs to his charm.

Thrilled he’s been proven correct, Kit can’t keep his hands off Enya, and she’s unable, and unwilling, to resist him. But is it just great sex…or something more?

CONTENT WARNING: Sexy, sizzling hot romance. Please read with air conditioning on.

An Exotic Seduction

Mr. Insatiable by Serenity Woods

Hi, and thank you so much for having me on your blog today!

Friends to lovers and brother’s best mate are two of my favourite romance themes, and my new erotic contemporary romance from Lyrical Press, Mr. Insatiable, features both against a backdrop that was such fun to write about. China is a beautiful country, and Kit and Enya visit the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace as well as many other fascinating sites. I also loved writing about their jobs—as a pyrotechnician, Kit creates firework displays, and Enya is a tea expert, which was great fun to research.

But the most enjoyable thing about writing this story was watching the relationship between the two main characters unfold. Kit is the best mate of Enya’s brother, and the two of them have always considered each other off limits. Secretly, though, Kit’s always fascinated Enya, especially since an ex of his labelled him “insatiable”. How many times a day did you have to want sex to make you insatiable, she wonders? And why on earth would a girl complain if Kit Fawkes wanted her ten times a day? He’s gorgeous, kind, funny, and sexy, and when the opportunity finally presents itself, Enya’s unable to say no to going to bed with him.

Of course it’s not an easy journey and both of them are certain it’s not going to work out—Kit wants children and Enya’s infertile, and she’s determined not to fall for him. And Kit’s worried what her brother will think if he ever finds out Kit’s seduced his baby sister. But the chemistry between them is as explosive as the fireworks Kit deals with every day, and in the end they can’t keep apart.

Here’s an excerpt to tempt you.

His mouth moved across hers, his lips soft, and sweet with whisky. He made the kiss slow, exploratory, tender, and yet the heat began to build between her legs, her breasts tingling as he brushed his tongue against hers.

Enya was lost. She wanted him so much she couldn’t concentrate on anything else. She pulled back and looked up at him, pressing her lips together. “Kit?”

“Hmm?”

“What does ‘insatiable’ mean?”

“You want a definition? I’m sure I saw a dictionary in the foyer somewhere.”

“I know what it means. But...Beatrix once called you it. I’ve always wondered how many times you must have wanted sex to earn that label.”

“Knowing Beatrix, once a week would probably have done it.”

Enya stared at him, dumbfounded. “There was something seriously wrong with that girl.”

He laughed at that.

She cleared her throat. “I have a proposition for you.”

“Oh?”

“We have three nights--two days--left.”

“Mm.”

She let her gaze rest on his mouth. “How many times do you think we could have sex in that time?”

His lips curved. “Would we have to leave the room?”

“I suppose so. Poor Charlie has an itinerary.”

He laughed. His fingers continued to brush her neck, and shivers rippled through her. “So you’re proposing I have you to myself at night for the duration of our stay?”

“Yes.”

“I would say that sounds like an interesting suggestion. On one condition.”

“Oh?”

His pupils had dilated, and his eyes looked black. “If I agree to this, it won’t be as your friend. I’ll agree because I want you, and if I get you to bed again, I’m not going to hold back.”

“Oh,” she said in a squeaky voice.

He hadn’t finished with her yet. “If I have you to myself for two whole nights, don’t expect to get much sleep. I’ll want you every which way, as often as I can manage it. I’ll want to show you everything I know, and explore a few more things together, if we have time.” His gaze caressed her. “Do you think you can cope with that?”

Her heart pounded. “You mean I get Kinky Kit, not brotherly Kit?”

“Absolutely. If you want him.”

Did he know that was what she wanted? So badly, it was making her burn?


Lyrical Press is offering one lucky reader a free copy of Mr. Insatiable. To be in to win, leave a comment (and enter the Rafflecopter!) below and tell me, do you like exotic locations in romance novels? Can you recommend any other romances with beautiful settings?

Serenity x


Author:                     Serenity Woods
Pub Date:                 February 4, 2013
Word Count:            54,000
E-Pub Page Count:  155
Publisher link:          http://lyricalpress.com/mr-insatiable/

Serenity Woods lives in the sub-tropical Northland of New Zealand with her wonderful husband and gorgeous teenage son. She writes fun, flirty, and sexy romances in a variety of romantic sub-genres. She’s won several writing competitions and is a member of the Romance Writers of New Zealand. She would much rather immerse herself in reading or writing romance than do the dusting and ironing, which is why it’s not a great idea to pop round if you have any allergies. You can check out all her books at www.serenitywoodsromance.com. 

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Website:                        http://www.serenitywoodsromance.com
Facebook:                     http://www.facebook.com/serenitywoodsromance
Twitter:                         https://twitter.com/Serenity_Woods
Amazon Page:               http://www.amazon.com/author/serenitywoods 
Goodreads:                   http://www.goodreads.com/SerenityWoods

Thank you for an awesome post, Serenity!  Good luck with the giveaway, everyone!






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17 comments:

  1. I do enjoy exotic locations. I think a good one would be the Sandwich Islands,

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  2. I love reading stories set in exotic locations. Caribbean islands are my favorite exotic locations. I can recommend Zee Monodee stories for exotic locations.

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  3. I definitely love reading about exotic places. I can't afford to go there myself! :) Thanks
    -Amber
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  4. Congratulations to Serenity on her new book. I do like romance books with exotic locations - though I can't think of one right now off the top of my head...lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. Wow. Reading about exotic places is cool because the book will bring me to places I haven't been!

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  6. sounds fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Sure exotic locations work for me because most of the places I can only dream about anyway ;)

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  8. Yes. I love when they are far off and maybe even isolated.


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  9. I LOVE exotic locations in romance novels... I mean I'll probably never get to visit any so why not read about them:)

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  10. I love interesting settings, but they don't have to be "exotic." I've traveled a great deal (including to New Zealand, which was lovely!), so I really appreciate lots of detail about the location.

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  11. I do like reading about exotic locations in stories. Some of my favorites include some historicals set in South America, Italy & India. Contemporaries on tropical islands, Australia, and so many more. I probably love them so much because I have not been able to travel to these beautiful places so I have to settle for the next best thing, reading about them.

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  12. I do like exotic locations in books, it's almost as if you get a taste of someplace different for a change. And really that's why I love reading is to escape reality and if I'm going to escape reality, it might as well be to an exotic location!

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  13. Being from Augusta, Ga (USA), New Zealand is exotic to me! with awe inspiring beauty!

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  14. I love exotic locations! When reading I want to lost myself in a dreamworld. If somehow that world can be tied to somewhere real that I could potentially go someday even better!!

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  15. Wow sooooooo many exotic places goodness gracious..4 some great Love ,romance & naughty Sin-sensation I'd say Brazil:D! Brasil é o lugar perfeito para o amor! obrigado pela doação livro!
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  16. I do enjoy read exotic locations in books. I've almost never traveled a great place, so i read them in books :)

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  17. Anywhere hot and steamy. Thanks for the chance to win a copy, Serenity.
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