Today I'm at Embracing Romance lamenting about love scenes -- both reading and writing them. I'm looking for advice and recommendations, so come on over and tell me what you think about this burning issue! ;)
We're also playing a historical trivia game over at the blog. My question today is about a bit of sensual tension from one of my novellas, The Unrepentant Rake.
Beatrix March chose to be a governess
rather than let an overbearing husband rule her. Even though she never
intends to marry, it doesn't mean she can't enjoy a man's...company
—especially when presented with one as tempting as notorious rake Simon
Simon doesn't usually seduce virtuous governesses, but
Beatrix is unlike any woman he's ever encountered. Her luscious curves
were made to grace a man's bed, and he's never denied himself such
Flouting society's tedious conventions, in
favor of thrilling chemistry, may force Beatrix and Simon to contemplate
Do come and join me and the other Embracing Romance authors for a lot of fun and great stories.
Jane Austen Movie Night
3 days ago