Madison James began her erotic romance writing career with Out of Town Business. She has always been interested in "pushing the limits". She believes in exploring and there's no better way to do this than in writing and reading an erotic romance. Lots of women seem to have co-worker affair fantasies. She hopes her books provide the safe exploration of the readers hot feeling's about this subject and maybe even some inspirational ideas.
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What do you read for pleasure?
Obviously, I always have an erotic romance on my IPad for research, inspiration and enjoyment. Most of my other books are self-improvement books or business books. (Pretty funny, huh?) Love Mitch Albom for light reading and always read a novel while on vacation (Gone Girl was my latest) while cruising the Caribbean or laying on a beach in Mexico.
What's the story behind your latest book?
Out of Town Business is based on the co-worker affair fantasy; having hot, nasty sex with someone you're attracted to at work with little consequences. There's something about being together in strange towns in strange hotel rooms that makes your imagination run a little wild. Even if you would never act on it, the fantasy is HOT.
Nick and Dani were married coworkers that became best friends. It was when they started traveling together for business that they finally gave into the strong attraction that they had been desperately fighting against. Their passion for each other lead them both into a downward spiral of unlimited sexual exploration. .
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on April 01, 2015
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