Outside of this rather clandestine operation, Raquel writes love and erotica in whatever form that pleases her. She truly believes that love conquers all. With pen and keyboard she creates worlds where only love can bring light to the darkness. She creates lovers who need one another and she brings them to readers who want to experience those worlds and those people.
She writes for the love of it, against all odds. And she will never stop creating.
You can visit Raquel’s worlds at: www.theroguepublisher.com
Welcome to the world of Nyw’Gaia where genetically engineered werewolves and vampires have battled for centuries. They fight to the death. They, most certainly, do not fall in love…
An illegally made vampire in his father’s Nosferatu army, Prince Skyy Hi’daat leaves the city of Nocturne for the lush alien domain beyond. He finds this world filled with exotic inhabitants who would just as readily kill him as look at him. He is unprepared for the desire he feels in facing the werewolf that is supposed to be his natural enemy. Ravished and then rescued, his vengeance knows no bounds for the creature that dared put his filthy paws upon him.
Cathedron is the city of Arachnae’s greatest champion. On a deadly stealth mission to infiltrate Nocturne and discover the source of the infection that is eating the world, he finds he cannot help but hunt Nocturne’s gorgeous dark prince. Skyy’s scent ignites his desires in a way that is strictly criminal. Remembrances of Skyy’s body fires his blood against every law, against his own common sense. The wolf is determined to have the vampire again and make Skyy his forever.
Against the heat of the passion that threatens to consume them both, Nyw’Gaia is dying. An ancient darkness is infecting the denizens of the world and killing everything in its path. Their love is forbidden, but only their love can save Nyw’Gaia now.
What inspired you to write this story?
Savage Love was inspired by the need to address the perfect little boxes we, as people, tend to live in. Those boxes are filled with the kind of people we understand and the kind of things we condone and care about. Outside of those boxes is a whole world, which we have a tendency to judge one way or another without really looking at it. Savage Love is breaking outside of the box and understanding that beyond it there may be worthwhile things, and worthwhile people.
How long did it take you to write?
I can’t really remember. I write in a strange, chaotic, way, and I held onto the book for a while--long after I’d finished it.
What is your favorite thing about writing?
I enjoy the ‘going away’ part of writing. The part when someone can come into a room and I won’t even notice them because I’m so far away and engaged in whatever story I’ve locked into. Gone, Baby, Gone.
If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
Gakuto Camui—so I could sit somewhere and touch myself all day. I’d sing to myself the whole while with those incredible vocal chords…
What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
What is this fridge thing you’re referring to? Does it have anything to do with cooking? And that mysterious place known as ‘ki-kitchen’?
What can readers expect from you in the future?
More stories about more people who love each other.