Saturday, October 5, 2013

How Can I Write What I Write and Own It So Easily?

I’ve been asked this question A LOT lately so I decided to write down my answer.

First off, for those of you who don’t know, I write BDSM. Some bondage on the surface kind of sexy stuff and a lot of hard core serious bondage, to the tune of, I had to invent a few things for Together in Cyn because things got pretty wild and crazy there at the end.

I write for Ellora’s Cave and the series I’m contracted to write is called Members Only. All of them revolve around a BDSM club called The Library.
When I wrote TIC I wrote it for the masses (in my mind these are the people that like kink a bit, and a very nice *cough* ménage *cough*) and this was NOT TRUE TO THE STORY AT ALL, nor was it true to me and what I wanted it to be.

Thank heavens my editor knew I was holding back, and during edits we talked about me re-writing several key scenes and adding a couple so the book was the book it needed to be. What I wanted it to be.
I am EXTREMELY glad I did. It tells the story of 3 people so beautiful together it warms me to think of them. I know they’re just characters, but they lived in my head for a long time before other people got to meet them. And they were my first, that means a lot. *grins*

The whole story is about kink. Finding it. Owning it.
Growing into the person you’re meant to be because of it. It’s got voyeurism, exhibitionism, same sex scenes that are FF and MM, punishment, anal. 
Umm, yeah, pretty much a little bit of everything. It’s really kinky, cause well, I’m really kinky.
One of those, I’m not only the owner I’m also a client, kind of involved. :)

So when I put the real TIC out there, and it was going to be published I knew there was going to be some backlash because of the content. 
Not everyone gets why it's sexy to be tied up and flogged, or whipped, or humiliated. But some people do, and to me, life is too short to water down something I'm REALLY passionate about for the people that don't get it.
I'm a firm believer in, if you don't like it, don't read it. I've got some serious disclaimers on my book no matter where you get it from and I wear them like a badge of honor.

I have no problems at all owning what I write, what I LOVE to write. It's sexy, intimate, and extremely intense. What more could romance ask for?

I also like being on the edges. You can see a lot more of the world from there...

Members Only, Book One

She knows it’s wrong. Cyn shouldn’t have feelings for fraternal twins Jared and Chris, her best friends. She shouldn’t want them to tie her up or strap her down, to take her one at a time—or together. The only way to control her taboo desires is to write them down and lock them away in her diary. Guys like Jared and Chris could never be interested in someone like her, or in the kind of sex she craves.

But Jared and Chris have read her diary, and sweet little Cyn is in for the shock of her life. The brothers not only own a members-only BDSM club, they want her. Need her. And now, with their unlimited funds and an entire establishment devoted to fulfilling her darkest pleasures, they’re going to claim Cyn for their own.

Inside Scoop: If you have a kink, this book probably has it too. If you like your ménage romances extra hot with a side of male-male romance, spanking, voyeurism and girl-on-girl action, come and get it.

A Romantica® BDSM erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

 Buy Links below and others on the TIC webpage along with an Excerpt and Video

Jennifer Kacey is a wife, mother, and business owner living with her family in Texas. She sings in the shower, plays piano in her dreams, and has to have a different color of nail polish every week. The best advice she’s ever been given? Find the real you and never settle for anything less.


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