Thursday, October 29, 2015

Thigh High by Bonnie Edwards

Title: Thigh High
Author: Bonnie Edwards
Genre: Erotic Romance
Release Dates: September 4, 2015
Cover Design: Eva Natsumi

In this erotically charged novella Kat Hardee becomes involved in the bet of her lifetime…

Being young, divorced, broke and in college, has made Kat leery of putting herself in the path of the next great guy. But she’s crushed on her neighbor, Taye Connors, since he moved in and would love nothing more than to catch his eye.

But her man-hungry girlfriend has also suddenly set her sights on him.

Rather than lose her chance with quiet, nerdy Taye, Kat accepts the challenge to get him naked. This weekend!

To save him from her predatory friend, shy and skittish Kat must seduce the one and only man she’s interested in.

Taye Connors wants to make up for lost time with his sweet next-door neighbor.  He’s a man who takes his time and wants nothing more than a real and loving relationship. In fact, he insists on it.

But when innocent Kat turns into a vixen who sells sex toys wearing too-hot-handle thigh high stockings, he has to wonder what he’s in for: A sex kitten or his one true soulmate.

After a series of missteps and miscommunication, Kat and Taye come to terms with who they really are and what they want for themselves and each other.

“These come in various colors,” she said, holding up the ropes, “but I’m partial to black.” She threaded one of the ropes over her hand and up her arm past her elbow. The material opened up into the mesh he was familiar with.

“Me too,” he said around a thundering heart. “Although white’s nice, too. Virginal.”

“Is that what you’d like Taye? A virgin?” She pulled the fishnet down her arm again, slowly, like a stripper removing a long silk glove.

The image was hot, the real woman in front of him hotter.

“Because I could do that for you,” her voice went husky and offered exactly what he’d come over here to get. “Be virginal, I mean.”

Taye climbed out of his SUV and headed to the door of his town house, briefcase in hand. He bent and picked up a package left on his front step. Wrapped in cozy brown cords, he had a great butt, even from this distance, and Kat found several ways a day to see it. From her back upstairs window she’d watch him put out bird seed. Through his tiny kitchen window she’d catch glimpses of him making dinner.

“He’s not a nerd,” Kat said in his defense. “I’m willing to bet under that tweed jacket is a lot of man.”

“You think?” Celia assessed him with her man-hungry eyes.

Kat shifted. A second mistake. Taye’s physique was not up for discussion, not with Celia. She was a shark when it came to getting what she wanted.

1. What is the biggest influence/interest that brought you to this genre?
I always wrote sexy love scenes! Even before erotic romance came into popular culture, I was being rejected by publishers for writing too much sex. (They said it was great, but there was just too much of it...still makes me laugh)

2. When writing a book, what is your favorite part of the creative process(outline, plot, character names, editing, etc)?
The beginning of the first draft. There’s so much to be discovered in the writing. It’s an unwritten map to a satisfying conclusion...kind of adventurous in a way.

3. When reading a book, what genre do you find most interesting/intriguing? 
I like to be taken away from the 6 o’clock news with a really strong, well­written historical romance.
Men in kilts? Yessss.... Women struggling with their roles in the Regency period?


4. If you could co­author with any author, past or present, who would you choose?
I couldn’t co­author...too much control given away. I write what I write, my way.

5. Have you always wanted to write or did it come to you ʺlater in lifeʺ?
Always, but I didn’t realize it. Even my Etch­a­Sketch was used to make words, never pictures. Writing is so intrinsic to my nature that it’s always just been there.

Author Bio:
Multi-published author Bonnie Edwards lives with her husband and pets on the rainy coast of British Columbia. She believes life should be lived with joy. That joy shows up in her earthy, irreverent love stories. Bonnie uses long hikes to bounce ideas off her husband and her standard poodle, who almost always agrees with her.

She has written novels, novellas and short stories for Carina Press, Harlequin, Kensington Books and Robinson (UK) although now she publishes her work herself.

Sometimes her stories have a paranormal twist, likes curses and ghosts, other times not. But they’re always entertaining and guarantee a happy ending.



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  1. Thank you for the wonderful interview and for participating in the Tour. Victoria at My Family's Heart

  2. Thanks a ton for your support with the interview and spotlight on Thigh High. Cheers!