Guest: Rachel de Vine Shares That Day at the Lake
Hello! My colleague, Rachel de Vine, has a brand new book on the market. It’s called That Day at the Lake. The story sounds so good, I can hardly wait to sink my teeth into it. Rachel writes very well and tells a terrific story with every one of her books. After you read the teaser and excerpt, you’ll want to hurry to pick up your copy as I did.
About That Day at the Lake:
Adriana has adored Luca since his father rescued her from an abusive man in Naples, Italy, when she was just eight years old. Her one wish when she was growing up was that Luca would fall in love with her and that they would marry. However, life is never as simple as that. Luca’s father is a Mafia member, and is killed by a gang member, and the two children are torn apart, seemingly forever.
Some years later they meet again, and Luca is now a successful businessman, but he is also involved in minor criminal activities and has become involved in a BDSM lifestyle as a Dom, and, although he is attracted to Adriana, he is reluctant to involve the shy, sexually inexperienced girl in his world.
Adriana takes matters into her own hands, and visits a BDSM club to try to persuade Luca to see her in a different light. He capitulates, and some hot, sexy activity takes place between them. However, just as their relationship is beginning, Luca’s criminal past catches up with him, and he finds himself in trouble with the law, due to a jealous gangster turning on him. He goes back to Italy to solve his problems, followed by Adriana. But there they face great danger, with the possibility of not only going to jail, but of losing their lives.
Adriana and Luca have survived their early life traumas, but was this threat one that will prove fatal to them both? Will fate for once be kind to them and allow them to be reunited once more? This is a tale of passion and crime, love and despair, which could either bring them both great happiness, or end up in the death of them both.
And here’s a stimulating excerpt:
When we arrived back at my apartment, and she took off her coat, I thought again how amazing she looked. Now she didn’t even have the protection, albeit miniscule protection, of a pair of panties, given that I had ripped them from her, and my cock hardened again. She smiled at me.
“I hope you are not going to make me go home in the morning dressed like this. That really would be a walk of shame.”
I leaned against the back of the couch, my arms crossed, slowly taking in the view before me.
“You know, you really deserve a thorough spanking, going out dressed like that.”
“Well then you had better give me one. Spank me Luca.”
I know you’ll want to read it, so pick That Day at the Lake up here:
About Rachel, in her own words:
I live in the UK and I have been writing since I was a child, but I only started publishing seriously when Blushing Books accepted my first book nearly two years ago. I like to write erotic romances, but I like to combine them with tales of adventure, crime and interesting stories. Take a look at my website for details of my earlier books, as well as free short stories.
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I don’t like to reveal too much about myself and prefer to let my books do the talking for me. That way I can be whoever the reader wants me to be. If you buy my book, please take the time to leave a review. These are very important to writers, and we love to have feedback on our books.
I hope you buy and enjoy my book, and I would like to thank Patricia Green for her generosity in hosting me on her blog.