QSFer R. Phoenix has a new paranormal book out:
Before Imriel Conti was condemned to a life of slavery, the sheltered young witch had never been with anyone. Now that he is in the hands of Draven Foss and Callia Odessa, a sensual and controversial power couple at the pinnacle of supernatural society, all of that is about to change. Coveting him for his accursed but prized gift, they take him into their household, where he finds his morals and innocence equally compromised.
18+. This novella contains explicit M/F and M/M/F scenes. All characters are 18+.
A Ripples in the Status Quo Story
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“Do you want to stop?” she asked, her eyes searching his.
Imriel shook his head fervently, feeling the ache deep in his groin. If they stopped, he would explode. “I just can’t relax,” he explained, shame turning his already pink cheeks bright red. “I’m trying, Callie.”
Callia nodded, her lips finding the tip of his nose in a brief, teasing kiss. And then he felt her lips trail to his neck, and he tensed more. Her tongue slid against his throat. She murmured, “When I bite, let the spell go, love.”
He stared wide eyed over her head, the idea of releasing the spell holding back their thoughts from him more terrifying than the idea of surrendering his virginity.
“Trust us,” Draven urged. He paused for a moment, but all Imriel could think about was how the witch loomed above both Callia and him.
“Okay,” he croaked out, but terror seized his spine.
“Shh, my beautiful boy,” Callia whispered. “You’re safe with us.”
R. Phoenix has an unhealthy fascination with contrasts: light and dark, heroes and villains, order and chaos. She believes that love can corrupt and power can redeem. Her muse is a sadomasochistic slave driver who thinks it’s terribly amusing to give her the best ideas when she just got comfortable and warm in bed, and she passes on that torture to her readers.
If she had it her way, she would describe the books in her “Ripples in the Status Quo” world as: “Supernatural creatures take over the world and turn humans into pets and food. There’s some sex between guys. And… um… effed up things happen.” It’s probably a good thing she has people around her to remind her that she actually wants people to read her books. (They should really be more diligent, especially when they know she’s writing her author bio.)
She tries entirely too hard to be funny, and she mercilessly inflicts her terrible sense of humor upon anyone who speaks to her. Really, it’s not you. It’s her. All the same, she’d love it if you’d say hello.