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Today’s author interview is with Jocelyn Dex.

About the Author

Jocelyn’s writes paranormal and contemporary romances that include
humor, lust, love, and four-letter words on the way to a Happily-Ever-After. And
sometimes she writes short, dirty stories just for fun.

Interview with Jocelyn Dex

Why did you write this
Sexy to Go, Volume 1 was actually Eva Lefoy’s idea. She wanted
to put together a variety of sexy short stories from different authors for readers
who are on the go. There are paranormal and contemporary stories in the collection
and we plan to release a new volume each month. It’s a great way for readers to
find new authors and authors to find new readers.
What is your favorite
genre to read?
Paranormal is my favorite. Give me a sexy demon or vampire or
elemental (anything supernatural) and I’m happy. It’s also my favorite to write,
but I like to change pace and read/write contemporaries too.
Who is your favorite character
from fiction (not including your own)?
There are so many! But, one of my favorites is Wraith from Larissa
Ione’s Demonica series. He’s bad, he’s good, he’s oh-so-sexy.
What are you working on at the moment, and will see from you
in coming months?
I’m working on a couple of short stories for the next volumes
of Sexy to Go. So be on the lookout for some more super-hot shorts coming soon!
I’m also working on the next book in my Hunting Hell series. Watch out for that
one too.
Please tell us about your
latest book.
Sizzling short stories from top-selling authors. Sample romance
in all its flavors in Sexy to Go. From paranormal to contemporary, you’ll find your
short, sexy story fix here. Look for a brand new collection every month.
Assistant Seduction by Jocelyn Dex
Skin by Leigh Ellwood
Faking It by Sofia Grey
Dancing in the Flame by Ann Gimpel
Unconventional Spark by Allyson Lindt
Trio Concerto by Eva Lefoy
Dreamwalker: Key to Paradise by Pamela Moran
Meant to Be by Nerika Parke
To Love Again by Allie Ritch
Punishing the Messenger by Tara Quan
For His Pleasure by Shiloh Saddler

About the Book

Title Sexy to Go, Volume 1
Genre Contemporary and Paranormal
Author Jocelyn Dex, Leigh Ellwood, Sofia Grey, Ann Gimpel, Allyson
Lindt, Eva Lefoy, Pamela Moran, Nerika Parke, Allie Ritch, Tara Quan, Shiloh Saddler
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

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Darkest Magic 
I don’t know how many fairy tales you’ve read recently, but perhaps
you remember a few hair-raising bedtime stories from your childhood, or perhaps
you’re a fan of the TV shows Grimm or Once Upon a Time. As stories go, fairy tales
aren’t always romantic and they can be rather gritty. They often include danger,
death or destruction, trickery, magic, evil beings and innocent victims. In fact,
I’d say those are almost prerequisites for a good fairy tale! But for a romance
story, unless it’s Urban Fantasy or Paranormal, not so much.
When I was assigned the Grimm Brothers fairy tale, The Blue Light,
I had a hard time wrapping my head around the romance. The king tosses the soldier
out of his kingdom and in return the soldier has a dwarf kidnap the princess and
forces her to do menial cleaning for him! Later, he marries her but it’s more a
tale about revenge against the king than it is love for the princess. And for a
romance, that angle just won’t work.
I found it better to put the hero in a tighter spot! Make him
a beta wolf of a werewolf pack, stuck between duty and pack rules, and his ongoing
need to protect his love interest. The danger, death and magic all came from other
individuals – two witches and a dwarf, plus the alpha wolf. Rising against those
forces won’t be easy for the beta wolf, but then, he’s no innocent victim. The Paranormal
touch added the right kind of darkness to the story’s re-telling so that it matched
that “fairy tale” feel. The romance got pumped up and yes, I included
some smexy stuff, ’cause what’s a great romance without that? All in all, the re-telling
had a more modern-day feel and I like to think it’s more entertaining than the Grimm
version. See the original version of the story here:
My version is called Darkest Magic.
Nik Epperstein’s alpha lost his mate two years ago and took an
evil witch as his new bride. Ever since then, Eli’s leadership has become violent,
bordering on insane. When Eli attacks him, Nik’s healing powers mysteriously vanish.
He can’t defend himself, nor protect the wolf he secretly loves. Only through the
help of a foul-mouthed witch and an overly-dramatic dwarf will he save her – but
their assistance comes at a price.
Caroline has tried for two years to lure Nik into her bed and
can’t understand his hesitation. After all, she senses their mating bond loud and
clear. Then Nik disappears. She confronts her father who tells her Nik is dead,
and she’s next on his chopping block. Without Nik to protect her, she flees the
pack and is kidnapped by a man half her size.
Reunited at last, the young wolves have one last chance to ignite
their bond. But love must wait when battle looms. Eli and his wife attack, and aren’t
above using dirty tricks to win. If Nik and Caroline survive the battle, the dwarf
and his wife will require them to make a promise that will change their lives forever…

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Author Bio

Eva Lefoy writes and reads all kinds of romance, and is a certified
Trekkie. She’s also terribly addicted to chocolate, tea, and hiking. One of these
days, she’ll figure out the meaning of life, quit her job, and go travel the galaxy.
Until then, she’s writing down all her dirty thoughts for the sake of future explorers.

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