Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Win-A-Book Wednesday with...Annie Nicholas!

Posted by: Jax Garren

Annie Nicholas



Annie Nicholas writes paranormal romance with a twist. She has courted vampires, hunted with shifters, and slain a dragon’s ego all with the might of her pen. Riding the wind of her imagination, she travels beyond the restraints of reality and shares them with anyone wanting to read her stories. Mother, daughter, and wife are some of the other hats she wears while hiking through the hills and dales of her adopted state of Vermont.

Annie writes for Samhain Publishing, Carina Press, and Lyrical Press.
 
 


 


After almost dying of starvation to remain faithful to a mortal lover, succubus Pia Blyton now shields her heart by feeding solely on men she won't fall for. The only trick is, to create energy to survive, she must achieve orgasm. At least that rules out bad sex with her three lovers. Too bad she's a sucker for falling in love.

When her demon lover doesn't arrive for their arranged rendezvous, Pia is forced to ask her vampire lover to step in before her energy becomes dangerously low. In return he demands a favor and Pia finds herself in the hotel suite of the mysterious Valerio Hunan, who seduces her with a devastating kiss. Too late Pia learns he's an incubus who wants to lure her into marriage—a marriage without love.

As an incubus used to bedding a variety of succubi, Val doesn't understand Pia's yearning for love. He needs a succubus wife to provide him with a steady source of energy. But he wants Pia for the passion and renewed interest in life she makes him feel. Can Pia convince Val that sex isn't just for survival and love is for more than the weak?

 
I wrote a blog about open relationships a couple weeks ago HERE, and this is a chance to win the book that started my interest in the subject. :)

 

10 comments:

  1. It says Jeffe, but how about for Annie... what's the difference between a succubus and an incubus? I thought they were the same but apparently I was wrong ;)

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  2. Why can they feed on each other with no down side?

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    1. In my world, an incubus can ONLY feed from succubi but succubi can't feed from them. It's a one way relationship. Succubi have to feed from other people. :D

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  3. How did you decide on this particular paranormal for your book? Which paranormal do you actually prefer to write about???

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    1. Oddly enough it was after watching a documentary on certain species of octopus that influenced this symbiotic relationship between incubus and succubus. LOL I can't remember all the details except the male octopus had to guard his harem females and how some males pretended to be females to sneak in.

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  4. Sounds like it's just my style!

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  5. No question, but I do love the cover.

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