Author: Kailee Reese Samuels
Series: SoS #4
Genre: Erotica Romance
Release Date: July 2, 2017
Kaci agreed to the most important question of her life.
And then she had her fiancé taken hostage.
He played her game and trained for battle.
And now he is completely unprepared to lose.
Loving her once, Sal fell for her eccentric, wild pixie. She used her abilities—aiming her target to get revenge—but Kaci stumbled into a dangerous love, putting Sal through a gut-wrenching hell.
Can Sal ever forgive her sins of the past?
With the questions on the table, one inescapable truth looms before their relationship. His calculating mind and intimidating body built for the greater good, leaving Sal changed. No longer the curious submissive boy of the past, his new outlook is one of defiance, kink, and control.
Will Kaci embrace the changes – or – is the end closer than she ever imagined?
There is nothing he can do—
No praying on his knees for forgiveness
No bargaining with the devil to save their relationship
In this heartbreaking battle, Sal will lose.
In the fourth and final book of The Story of Salvatore, Sal Raniero begs to reverse the clock as reality leaks into his perfect bubble. With his love of the fetish world shoved to the backburner, he learns not only the meaning of love, but how precious time is.
The war begins when Sal rages into Sugargrove—
Nothing safe from his wrath
Nothing sacred in his path
…including the Hope he longed to keep.
Who are some of your favorite authors and/or books you read when you relax?
I’m always on the lookout for something new and different from indies. That said, I do have a couple of standard go-to’s and they never fail to impress me. I love R. Lee Smith with a serious passion.
She world builds like no one else. Her attention to detail is enviable and a crash course in seeing the whole picture and using your senses. Reading other authors can teach you many things about the craft if you pay attention.
I try to stay away from my own genre-bending space, but some authors and their books are irrestible. In New Adult, I can always depend on JA Huss to deliver a flawless performance with her intricate weavings.
I love the humor in her voice. There is a snarky sass and wit to all of her works.
If you were approached to have your book made into a film, who would you cast?
I get asked this question, and I honestly don’t have an answer. I think part of the beauty in a book is the ultimate casting is left up to the interpretation of the reader. My Sal may not look like your Sal. I can be plenty descriptive, but there are hundreds of thousands of good looking Italian-American boys with curly, dark hair and green eyes.
It's often asked what is your favorite part of being a writer but what is the easiest part of the creative process for you?
My favorite part is when I hit the flow. After the loose outline, I start writing and it takes me somewhere between 5-10k words to settle into the story, from there on out it’s usually smooth sailing.
Is there any one character you've created that is most like you? If yes, how and why?
All of my characters have bits and pieces of me. I’m actually a lot like Sal, or his female version, Amber. I am very eccentric and spunky like Kaci. And the philosophical parts of Iris are all me as well. I don’t think I could ever write and not be influenced by my real life.
If you could go anywhere(finances, time, & obligations not an issue) where would you go and why?
Oh heavens! What a question! I love to travel, but I really like to steep into the culture and to do that you need a lot of time. I could spend months exploring Japan, France, and Italy. I tend to go to the water, but have a strong attraction to mountains as well.
These have been great!
Thank you so much for spending the time with me!
Embracing diversity. Coffee addict. Mango lover. Blueberry fetishist. Sweet peach tea crazy. Red wine devout. Whiskey deviant. Tattooed & pierced. Loves shoes. Collects rosaries. Fanatical organizer/cleaner/list-maker. Never sleeps. Hermit and recluse.
KAILEE REESE SAMUELS has been spinning tales since she can remember. Her books are contemporary fiction with a no-holds-barred attitude. She adores listening to her characters ramble and putting them into situations that push the boundaries.
Creativity is the way to change.
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