Today, I am featuring author Blak Rayne. Her series, Devotion, is truly a fascinating set of books. The manner in which she writes definitely draws you in and keeps you there as you delve further into the book.
I'm a big fan, I want more! Please make sure you view the feature below as she answers a few questions. Here, she has offered a blurb, excerpt and a purchase link. Enjoy!
'When love simply isn't enough...'
Parameters of Product: Ebooks
Publisher: Extasy Books
Flame Rating: 4 Flames
Cover Artist: Angela Waters
Release Date: September 1, 2010
Genre: Futuristic, GLBT, m/m, action
A long-term friendship between swordsman Slade Igerman and sniper Reeve Taylor turns intimate. Slade, a high-paid leader in the Special Forces, has difficulty dealing with people in general and has never had any luck maintaining a serious relationship. He’s an outwardly cold and withdrawn man. Reeve is the complete opposite, a social butterfly, a very outspoken and sarcastic individual, someone who seeks to enjoy everything life has to offer.
After a year together, they have created what appears to be a lasting bond and are seemingly happy. And for the first time in his life, Slade has successfully kept the interest of one man. He’s in love and can’t wait to see what the future brings. But just when he thinks things couldn’t get any better, Reeve is called away by duty.
When the sniper returns, he finds his lover to be a very changed man and their relationship on the verge of collapse. Reeve can sense it, something has happened in his absence and Slade is keeping a secret. Whether it’s love or a bruised ego, he refuses to give up until he gets an answer. But when he does get the answer, it brings a host of personal demons to the surface. Forced to face an uncertain future, Reeve wonders if love will be enough to conquer the demons and save their relationship?
Suddenly, a back section of the structure exploded and the beams began to give way around them, creaking and groaning from the strain of the floors weight above, shafts of flaming wood, concrete and steel rumbled, and came falling down in a kaleidoscope of confusion. Reeve didn't remember much after that except when he came too, he'd been flattened by the tremendous final blow of the ammunition stores. He stared at Slade who was laughing his bag off. He had a decent sense of humour, but whatever the cadet leader found so damned amusing with nearly getting killed, eluded him.
The swordsman groaned, holding his ribs and rolled over shifting toward Reeve. "That was close, eh?"
Dumbfounded Reeve sighed. His ears were ringing. "Yeah. Too close."
Slade laughed then winked at him. "Don't you just love it when in the heat of the battle, the adrenaline starts pumping and your dick gets so hard you'd fuck anything?"
The comment was far from amusing and the timing questionable. Reeve went multiple shades of yellow. "Bastard!" He now realized Slade had purposely let him sit there, sweating when he knew all along there was an escape route. "You're sick, blade boy--really friggin' sick! I nearly shit my pants! That's not funny at all!" He remembered he'd said the same thing once when they were battling a holographic bear in the training fields outside the Zone and almost bit the dust then.
The swordsman quickly rolled Reeve over onto his back. Then forced himself on top the large man, smothering him with kisses. "How about I bang you for awhile, cowboy? My dick is rock hard." Slade squeezed his crotch. "What about yours?"
Reeve clawed at his jeans, he couldn't get them off fast enough. "Yeah, do me, Slade--I can't wait!"Where to find Blak Rayne
Blak is also a top shelf author. Her series, Devotion is everything you could want in a book. Romance, action, hot sex, passion, and humor. While reading it I was able to visualize the characters, feel their pain and laugh along with them through hilarious moments.
I truly look forward to reading more of Blak's work in the near feature since she is starting a new series.
Here are a few questions I asked her regarding her books.
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