Today Delighted Reader wants to welcome Sommer Marsden as she interviews Adrian from her wonderful new book, Restless Spirit.
The one that is familiar…
Exes, we all have them. Former lovers, guys we’ve dated, friends who became friends with benefits along the way. We all have a history, obviously, but often in erotic fiction the heroine will stumble across someone from hers when least expected. This is the case with Adrian in Restless Spirit. Tuesday has no idea she’s going to see him, he’s not even present in her mind. When she arrives to her new home and is a bit…lost, is the best word for it, she’s only thinking of moving forward, not revisiting her past.
Enter Adrian, still funny, still hot and…living on the property? Yep. He’s the caretaker and right out of the gate, he’s taking care of Tuesday and helping her get into her new home. And did I happen to mention he’s still hot? On day two of my strange and wonderful interviews with RS characters, I have a few questions for Adrian. Let’s see what he thinks of Tuesday coming back to Allister Lake and what that might mean for him.
Good morning, Adrian. Let’s start with an easy one like I did with Stan in my last interview. Favorite adult beverage?
Ah, that’s easy. Scotch. The good kind. But sometimes a man has to go with what he can get. So I’d say any kind of Scotch. And if that’s not available, beer. [laughs] Like I said, sometimes you roll with the punches. Beggars can’t be choosers.
Right. Beggars can’t be choosers. So, let’s turn that around and say, if you’re begging for sex, what position do you favor?
I never beg for sex, sweetheart. But I have been begged for sex, does that count? [grins] Favorite position? That’s a rough one. I don’t tend to have one favorite style…
Tuesday says you do.
Oh yeah? Is she complaining? We shared some good times together, and if she’s smart, now that she’s back we could share some more. We were pretty awesome together, Tues and me.
Focus, Adrian. Back to favorite position.
Missionary? Is that a bad thing to say? Not manly enough? Or girl on top. It’s something to see when she’s on top. Either way, I like to watch her come when she’s coming.
I don’t know. Who *is* she? [laughs] In this instance, let’s say it is Tuesday. I didn’t realize, until I saw her the other night, how much I’d missed her. She was always fun to have around. And a ball buster. You know her Nan, before she died, told me she went after her ex with a baseball bat? Seems he had some anger issues.
You don’t say?
I do say.
Last question, Adrian. What do you think it means for *you* that Tuesday is back?
I think I have some good sex in my future. And so does she. We get along well, you know? We know each other inside and out, in a biblical way, if you get my drift. I helped her Nan out and I helped her out and I’ll keep doing it if she needs me to. She’s a good kid. Feisty. A man could do a lot worse than Tuesday Cane. She’s something else. I’m just starting to remember how special she is…
*At the end of the Restless Spirit tour I’ll draw two winners from all comments. One print copy winner (I’ll let you know what books are available in print) from my backlist and one ebook winner from my backlist. To see my backlist see my Amazon author page:
Please note that only my single author titles are being offered as prizes. When you comment, make sure to leave a contact email! Full tour schedule is here http://www.writermarketing.co.uk/prpromotion/blog-tours/currently-on-tour/sommer-marsden-2/
Tuesday Cane walks out on her life and her abusive man when she inherits her grandmother’s house at Allister Lake. There she finds plenty of distractions to take her mind off her loss with her sexy neighbour and handyman Shepherd, former TV star Reed and her old flame Adrian. But , as time passes, she senses that something is not quite right with her new life. And no amount of steamy sexual encounters can hide her anxiety. Surrounded by so many interesting men and erotic enticements, Tuesday has no intention of committing to one man ever again. But the more she insists she’s nobody’s girl, the more she wants to be somebody’s girl. Will she continue to be a restless spirit and run from love or will she be won over?
US print coming August 1, 2012
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