Today we welcome Renee Luke. Her book Touch was Top Rated by one of our reviewers. RNIC is a stop on her virtual book tour to promote her novel Tease.
Mention some incidents when you laughed at yourself.
This goes along with the previous question. I’m pretty silly and try to joke and play with my kids all the time. But my jokes are often flops. I have no trouble laughing at myself if they are. I also laugh at myself during the writing of some of my scenes. I write erotic romance and sex scenes sometimes still make me blush. And then I laugh at myself when I do.
If you were given one million dollars, how would you spend it?
I’d invest in some land and a nice home (not a mansion, just a comfortable home) and then I’d save the rest for my children’s college educations. A million dollars doesn’t go as far as it use to. Plus, I live in California, where land isn’t cheap.
If you were granted one wish to change the world what would it be and why?
I’d use my one wish to end hatred. Hatred is the catalyst for so much ugly in the world. Without hatred, imagine how much more peaceful life would be. We were all created equal and without hatred, everyone would be treated thus.
About the book
Before going off to college, Danielle Clark had a summer fling with a guy she met at the state fair. Lured by his caring nature and charm, she gives up her virginity to him, seduced by the bag of cotton candy. That was ten years ago and Dani’s done her best to forget the lingering pains of first love and carefree days of youth. Now, the head of the state’s parks and recreation department, she’s charged with overseeing this year’s fair and making sure everything goes smoothly. And it does, until an accident at a roller coaster lands her in the hospital.
Jonah Reid is responsible for her injury and the same guy she secretly pines for, the very reason she avoids cotton candy – the fluffy too much of a reminder of what they shared. With cotton candy, he attempts to make amends and seduce her again, show her life doesn’t have to be so serious. He wants to prove he’s the man for her – that by accepting cotton candy, him – she can also accept the softer, sweeter side of life and love.
A tease of Tease – available soon!
She was dead. Had to be. Opening her eyes hurt like hell, and through the tiny slits created when she finally managed to get them open a little, she was surrounded by clouds.
Danielle Clark closed her eyes, the pain behind her lids almost unbearable. To chase the pain away, she attempted a deep breath, but that only increased the pain, her entire body feeling as if she’d been hit by a semi. That must be it. A hit in run by a huge carnival rig, and now she was dead.
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Here’s the info on the giveaway!
Prize: one winner will receive a copy of Tempt or Tease and a $20 Starbucks gift card
How to enter: Leave a comment
Deadline to enter: August 23, 2013 at 11:59 pm EST; winner will be notified via email
Note: By participating in this contest, the winner has given permission to RNIC to share his/her name and email address with the person conducting the contest so they can forward the prize(s). Prizes open to U.S. entrants only, unless stated otherwise.
Where to find Renee online:
Website – http://www.reneeluke.net
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ReneeLukeNovels
Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/reneelukenovels
About the Author
She writes keeping-it-real erotic romances feature funky urban characters that get-their-groove-on and give up their hearts. She strives to write stories that both stimulate physically and satisfy emotionally. She believes in happily-ever-afters and hopes to one day find her own.