Woot!! Alice Gaines is visiting the Quick Six today. Alice is an awesome writer and she’s offering a fabulous prize today, print copies of her Cabin Fever novellas, Heat Rises, Storm Bound and Mating Season. What a great prize, right?! To have a chance to win all three books for yourself, respond in the comments section to Jean’s question!
Snowbound in a cabin…able to live out all her fantasies…
Laura Barber has dreamt of doing unspeakably delicious things with Ethan Gould for years. Now, stuck in a mountain cabin, she just might get her shot. Ethan offers her the chance to live out each and every one of those desires. They may be rivals in the business world, but in the bedroom they’re a perfect match. Knowing they have only a few days, Laura shakes off all her inhibitions. Every secret need, every lust-filled thought . . . it’s all fair game.
Stranded on a steamy tropical island,…these three will create their own heat…
Christie Lovejoy is normally all business. But when a hurricane bears down on the exclusive resort she’s sharing with two sexy businessmen, it’s time to throw caution to the tropical winds. How often do you find two gorgeous men with the hots for you…and the willingness to share?
Being stuck together in a redwood forest can really bring your inner animal out…
The last thing Gayle Richards wanted was to spend days alone in a cabin with Nolan Hersch, fellow professor and macho loudmouth. How could she observe the animals’ mating habits alongside a man who made her blood boil ….and not just in anger? The only thing more frustrating than Nolan’s opinions on male sexual superiority was how much he made her want to rip his clothes off.
Plotter or Pantzer?
Definitely a pantzer. When I try to plot ahead of time, I get bogged down because I don’t know what’s going to happen. If I try to force the plot in advance, I feel as if I’m making things up. Of course, writing is making things up. And of course, if you’re trying to sell the book to a publisher, they need to know what happens. I’d like to be a better plotter, but it’s not in my nature. On the other hand, I love discovering what happens along the way.
Historical or Contemporary?
I write contemporary for the most part, but my true love is historical. Think of Jane Eyre and Downton Abbey before the war set in. Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice. The King Arthur legend. The Tudors. Mr. Rochesters and Mr. Darcys are extremely rare these days. With a few exceptions, historical heroes are my favorites.
Romantic suspense or Romantic comedy?
Comedy. Guns give me the willies.
Straight or Curly?
Long and straight, parted in the middle, hippie-style.
Slow dance or Fast dance?
Now, this one is hard. Slow dancing is sexy, but fast dancing lets you really shake your booty. My favorite band in the whole world is Tower of Power, a group who’ve been playing funky, funky soul music for 45 years. I usually lose a pound or two during a Tower of Power concert. What is Hip?
Piercings or Tattoos?
Tattoos can be beautiful. Piercing, not so much.
My question to you…chocolate or red wine?
Alice Gaines writes ultra steamy romance and erotica in a number of genres. She’s published with Red Sage, Changeling Press, Harlequin Spice Briefs, Carina Press, and Avon Impulse, among others.
Alice lives in a funky old house in Oakland, California with a stray cat she adopted and a pet corn snake named Casper. When she’s not writing, she enjoys cooking and vegetable gardening, knitting and crocheting, and riding her exercise bicycle into imaginary sunsets. She recently took up writing hymns for her church.
You can contact Alice at email@example.com, or visit her blog at http://www.alicegaines.blogspot.com. On Twitter and Pinterest, she’s AliceGaines.