Today I'd like to welcome author Liv Rancourt who's stopped by on her blog tour of her latest release, A Vampire's Deadly Delight, a fun, sexy and unconventional vampire love story (review coming soon!). Stay for a bit, say hi to Liv and don't forget to enter the giveaway!
First I’d like to thank Romancing The Darkside for hosting this stop on my blog tour. I appreciate being able to connect with your readers and tell them about A Vampire’s Deadly Delight.
In getting ready for this blog tour, I took a look around all the sites that are hosting me. When I got to this site, the headline for the current post was “Sexy Snippets”. Wow. That’s only a little intimidating.
See, I’m a PG gal who happened to write an R-rated book. I mean, in my day job, I’m a nurse, and I’ve got kids in middle school and I sing at my church. I’ve been married a loooonnggg time, and I get to turn fifty in a couple months. Middle-aged Moms like me don’t spend much time on websites like this.
Or maybe they do and they just don’t talk about it. That’s what I was taught in school: those who talk about it don’t do it. Because of that, I find writing about sex to be darned hard. I mean, if I’m writing about it, doesn’t that mean I’m not getting any?
Heh. I’ll leave that to your imagination. So far the reviews of A Vampire’s Deadly Delight have all called it a sexy read, and it is, to a point. The stuff is there, but not in any detail. I’d chew off my fingers before I’d type the word cli_oris in public. The most anatomically graphic I get is to refer to one of the male character’s pecker. I just don’t have it in me. Literally.
There isn’t much lascivious sensuality, either, but there are quite a few good one-liners. I believe in letting the reader supply their own background music, if you will. I may enjoy reading a detailed description of an orgasm – if it’s well done – but I’d blush myself to death trying to write one. As in anything else in life, you need to know your strengths, and that kind of writing just isn’t in me.
My fourteen year old daughter is pretty disappointed that I won’t let her read Deadly Delight. Sorry kid. It would make your mother blush to think that you knew that I knew about such things. Must be a generational thing. Maybe when she’s thirty she can read it. In the meantime, you can check out the synopsis and see what you think. There’s a good story and a lot of fun, in addition to the naughty bits. Thanks for reading along.
A Vampire's Deadly Delight by Liv Rancourt
Liv is giving away one (1) ecopy of A Vampire's Deadly Delight!
To enter the giveaway, fill out the form below:
ONE lucky winner gets a copy of the original cover art (minus title and author name).
Next stop on the tour:
Adventures of the Cautionary Tale - February 5th