I'm a month away from Adrienne Kama and my "Kickin' It" event, happening the weekend of November 6th and 7th in Williamsburg, Virginia. I cannot wait! If I could publish a million smiley faces in this post to show that, I would. So why am I so excited? Hmmm, let me count the ways.
First of all, I get to hang out with readers and authors for a couple of days. Not bad for the girl who never sat at the cool-kids' table. Next, I get to hang out with my BDSM lifestyle buddy, into. Since his mistress passed away, I haven't had an opportunity to see him. Seeing him again would be wonderful. Thirdly (is that a word?), I'll get to finally meet Adrienne Kama face-to-face. We've known each other for years online. But this event will allow me to put a face to the name.
What really makes me nervous is the release of the third book in the Love series, Is This Love?
Here's the blurb: Rocco Silva has zero interest in getting in front of the camera again.
After being eliminated, not once, but twice when he competed on "Slave
to Love," a reality TV show where a submissive looks for a Dominant,
he's become the laughing stock in his BDSM and professional communities.
He pours his full concentration on his work as the owner of a garbage
company until a sexy woman walks into his life.
Gia Curtiss is tired of
her work as a staff photographer in a discount store. After earning her
filmmaking degree, she wants to put her education to use by doing a
documentary. After a friend tells her of an opportunity to work as a
production assistant for Ananda Morton, the producer of "Slave to Love,"
Gia decides to see the woman about a different proposition. She pitches
the idea of doing a documentary on the twice-rejected contestant from
her show. Ananda doesn't think the man will do it and challenges Gia to
get him to agree. If he does, Ananda will hire her as a director.
thinks she has it made until she runs into opposition with Rocco. He has
no interest in making a fool of himself again unless Gia agrees to go
on camera with him, allowing him to play with her. When Gia gets
caught up with playing with Rocco, it's hard for her to discern what's
real and what's just for show. Can she figure out her feelings before
filming ends? Will he allow himself to be vulnerable for this special
The book will available to the public on November 10th, but attendees of the "Kickin' It" event will get it early. I'm crossing fingers, toes, and eyes that readers will love the book.
Okay, I need to get back to planning this event.