Author Eden Summers is here today to talk about:
Why my male protagonists are better than real men.
1. My men have more tact when it comes to base desires. There’s no, “Get ya gear off,” or “Why don’t you go get your motor running and I’ll be there to finish you off.”
My men would come at you from behind and pull your hair aside with masculine gentleness. Then he’d nuzzle the tender spot below your ear before whispering, “I can’t go another moment without being inside your beautiful body.”
2. My men age with grace. There will be no beer gut, liver spots or smelly feet. They merely evolve into more dignified men, with grey hair that makes them more distinguished and laugh lines that show their warmth. This is fiction for a reason *wink*.
3. My male protagonists will almost always make you come first and if they don’t, they will never leave you unfulfilled. There isn’t the awkward, “Gees, I really jumped the gun with that one.” Or, “I promise to get you there next time”. My men are dedicated to their female’s pleasure. They want her writhing in pleasure and mewling with delirious need until they can’t take it anymore.
My fictional men are 100% committed, 100% sexy and 100% spank bank material. And Dean Sutherland from Concealed Desire is no exception.
A love that breaks all the rules…
Since her first day at work, Beth Graison has been in love with Dean Sutherland—the “Son” in Sutherland & Son. Although he’s an unrepentant player, there’s an unmistakable connection between them, and she knows he feels it too. But she’s not about to risk her career for any man, especially one with an office right down the hall whom she works with every day.
Dean Sutherland doesn’t do love, but he does do women. And he hasn’t felt more than sexual attraction for any woman until Beth. Entirely feminine, smart, and with a natural beauty beyond compare, she makes him think about all kinds of uncomfortable things—like a future and happiness—things he knows from experience are pure fiction.
When his father, the “Sutherland” in Sutherland & Son, propositions Beth to be more than just an employee, Dean can’t keep her at arm’s length any longer. But he doesn’t expect the scorching kiss they share, or the idea that forms when he holds her in his arms. Can he stop his father’s manipulating game by making the first move on Beth? Or will his reputation as a womanizer make him just one more Sutherland she wants to ignore?
The giveaway is a $15 Amazon gift card and 5 swag packs