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I, Chasity Breeze, am what most people would call outgoing and friendly. A social butterfly? Not really, but I do love to collect friends of all kinds. At the same time, I do like my privacy and a lot of it. In the normal world, people see me as a sweet, innocent and never naughty little house wife and mother. But, people who really know me know better.
I am married to the most wonderful and sexiest man alive. Brock and I have been married a few years, but we don’t like to count them. Counting just makes you feel old. We like to think we’re still somewhat close to newlyweds. Dating is one of our favorite things to share. Brock never ceases to amaze me with romantic surprises and secret interludes.
We live just West of Fort Worth in Texas, cattle country. We are excited about our future and many more wonderful, but naughty, years together. Brock and I share a love for erotic books and we have our favorite authors to thank for inspiring me to write about our own adventures. Brock is my strong foundation and keeps me going in the right direction, which is a full time job for him. With him by my side, I feel I can do anything.
I started my writing adventure in October, 2012. My writing is in its infancy and I hope to improve it with time. My love for reading has always had me dreaming of becoming a writer, so, here I am…I’ve written my first short story and working on another.
When I’m not diving deep into writing a book, I am a domestic goddess and the best mom in the world, or so I’ve been told. I love to be with my family, whether it be going on a fun-filled vacation, or just sitting at home, all of us curled on the couch watching movies. I love to be outside in the fresh air, so I sometimes grab my laptop and head somewhere outdoors to work on a book, or I just take my dog for a stroll in the park or down the main street in our small hick Texas town.
“Swingers” is intended to be a series of adventures that Brock and I share with others. However, I will be writing about fictional adventures as well. You’ll just have to guess which ones are fiction and which ones are true life stories. I do hope you enjoyed this book and will read more from me.
Remember…a good book can put a smile on your face. A great book can change your outlook on life.
on Oct. 30, 2013 :
The continuing of The Firehouse Diaries. A fantastic read!!!!! I loved it. Loved the characters and the story line. A very easy read you have insight into the characters. The Dom in the story isn't overly macho as some I have read. I appreciate how he shows the fun side of the BDSM relationship. I also like the fact that the couple talked about the whole BDSM life style. Chasity did a fantastic job with the whole BDSM life style. She was able to show the good side and hard hurtful side of the BDSM life style.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Oct. 21, 2013 :
Chasity has a unique vision with this story. It is so easy to read that you fall into it. The characters come alive on the pages and their hopes, dreams, confusions and desires become your own.
I had thought, "Oh, Firehouse Diaries," all about the firehouse and the stuff that goes on there. Instead, I found that only a small parts takes place there. The story isn't just about firefighters, which both are, but about how they each survived something to try to find the one important thing in life, LOVE.
The erotic scenes and BDSM are well done and realistic. They are not simply done to make a scene in the book but to enhance the plot and drive it. Everything is tastefully executed and well thought out. The D/s (dominance/submission) situations are done in such a manner that even the novice will understand and not be turned off. Chasity even brings up the necessary before talk, the talk before anyone does anything with anyone in true BDSM situations, and the contract, that many hear about but never understand unless having been into the lifestyle or witnessed it.
I found her book to be a hot read with a wonderful story. It even has a happily ever after ending. What more could you want, except more.
This is an unbiased review of the book and its content.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Oct. 18, 2013 :
The fourth story in the Firehouse Diaries series, this tells the story of a Kori, a woman firefighter who moves from LA to Bennett, Colorado. Kori definitely isn't looking for love or even a relationship, having recently escaped from an abusive husband, but she finds herself teamed with a firefighter who ticks too many boxes to ignore. The story has charm, pathos, romantic love and hot sex in good measure, but it is above all an entertaining and well-crafted story. It is a fine addition to the excellent Firehouse Diaries series.
I have no hesitation in giving "Blinding Obsession" five stars.
I purchased the story myself and these views are entirely my own.
(reviewed the day of purchase)