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Suzy Ayers is repped by Dark Hollows Press for Saving Lady J, a darker BDSM thriller book.
She has multiple Amazon Bestselling Author and Bestseller lists under her belt. She's moved into many genres within romance, including: Fantasy, Paranormal and Erotica. She has been dabbling in thriller/suspense writing in some of her pieces will soon be breaking into an additional pen name and continue to publish under this one.
There are many multi-author titles that are free: Grave Hauntings (occult/paranormal), Erotic Fantasies (erotic romance) and Sexy Holiday Bites (holiday erotica/fantasy).
Suzy attempts to write in a manner that pulls you into the erotic event and paints an explicit scene of lust and passion. Her purpose of expressing it in this manner is that she believes that sex and love are intertwined and are healthy expressions of the human heart. To her imperfections and flawed characters are beautiful.
You can find all of this and so much more on her: Twitter, blog, and Facebook accounts.
Element Series Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elements-The-Before-World-Series/234974969991528
on May 11, 2013 :
So stop me if you heard this one before… a chiseled marine walks into a bar… Suzy Ayers starts with a standard formula and manages to breathe new life into it. With her evocative writing style and unique direction she takes the story, Cristal Blue is not what you’re expecting. It’s not even what Cristal is expecting, and that’s half the fun. If you’re looking for a hot read, this is worth your time.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on May 07, 2013 :
If you’re looking for a sexy read with a well-written power struggle, Cristal Blue might be the story for you.
Ayers sets up the character Cristal Blue as the dominant in all her sexual encounters, but things don’t go as planned this particular night, Valentine’s Day. The guy she brings home with her affects her in ways that challenge her normal role in the bedroom. While there’s a power struggle between who’s dominant during the encounter, there’s also the struggle between what Cristal normally wants and what her body is allowing to take place. That made the story that much more enjoyable for me.
There’s not much more to say about this because it’s short and I’d be spoiling the rest for you, but it’s made me check out more of Ayers works, and I’m currently reading (and enjoying) her follow-up to Cristal Blue, Sweet Treats.
(review of free book)