What would you like to tell readers about yourself?
* Defined as weird since she was about eight, Elyzabeth honors the title by making up songs about her chores, doodling stars and flowers on any blank sheet of paper and talking to her dog whenever he feigns interest.
* Losing the battle to the voices in her head is her favorite pastime after annoying her younger sister with her singing. Writing stories full of passion and emotion where love conquers all is her happy pill and she'll forgo sleep to make her readers live the dream.
What book are you going to tell us about today? Is it part of a series? If so, what's the order the books should be read in?
* Today I’ve come to tell you about my Naughty Fairy Tale, Blind Beauty. Blind Beauty is book 2 in the Witches’ Mischief series, The Golden Cock being book 1. However, both can be read as standalone novels.
How'd you/your muse come up with this story?
* Well, after reading a review on The Golden Cock which asked what happened to a certain character, my muse also started to wonder the same thing. Before I knew it, I had a scene in my mind that would not go away and from that the series was established and Blind Beauty was born.
Describe the hero in five words.
* James Macintosh: Androgynous, considerate, intelligent, distrustful, courageous.
Describe the second hero in five words.
* Richard Brandywine: muscular, tall, kind, sexy, troublemaker.
Who's your favorite character in the book & why?
* This is a hard question! I love all of them, but I think Soussanna is my favorite. She plays a small role in this novel, but a very important one for she is the witch. *wink*
What's your favorite line in the story?
* “I don’t care for scars, James,” Richard whispered, lowering his head so that his forehead was touching his and his dark hair was around them, creating a private curtain. “I also have scars. Inside and out, we all do.”
A look into the story
* Richard Randywine is an accidental fugitive living with a band of rowdy thieves. A good man at heart, he has gotten used to hiding his emotions behind his strapping muscles and brute strength. Yet, when the thieves ambush an unsuspecting rider, Richard is forced to drop his mask and step forward.
* Will both men be able to see what lies before them or will they be blind to the possibility of happiness?
Be Warned: m/m sex, multiple partners, menage sex (MMF), voyeurism
* “Go,” he whispered huskily into his ear, his breath fanning it. James pressed his thighs against Faith’s flanks, hoping the animal would understand, considering the strange position she was in. She did, for she set off at a trot in the direction Richard indicated. They galloped in silence, trees whirring by them, snow flying when they swept past. James’ eyes widened and he barely controlled the urge to order Faith to stop as he realized their impasse.
* “Richard, the hoof prints, the snow.” James pointed at the visible trail. “They’ll track us down as easily as the king’s hounds trace a fox.”
* Richard’s breath was warm in his ear. His hair tickled his temple and James had to suppress a shiver.
* “I know.” Richard chuckled. “Don’t worry. I have a plan, besides wishing that they’ll wake up during the night and we’ll be miles away by then or that it snows heavily again.”
* James wished he didn’t have to worry, but he couldn’t relax. The problem wasn’t so much the thieves that could pursue them at any moment, but the man behind him. He was too close, too comforting, and all too desirable. James shifted in his seat again, trying to find a comfortable position. One in which he wasn’t pressed up tightly against Richard’s groin. One in which James didn’t imagine he felt the length of Richard’s cock hard against him. Because, he was convinced it was his imagination. Otherwise, how could a man like Richard be interested in him?
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