Monday, July 28, 2014

Demons of Desire by Debra Dunbar‏


Debra Dunbar lives on a farm in the northeast United States with her husband, three boys, and a Noah’s ark of four legged family members. Her fantasy novels feature supernatural elements in local settings. In addition to her Imp Series, and Half-Breed Series, she has also published a short story erotica series titled Naughty Mom.

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Amber’s succubus desires are driving her, as well as every man within a five mile radius, crazy – and, Irix, the sexy incubus sent to tutor her, isn’t helping one bit. Determined to find some balance in her life as well as get away from his tempting presence, she escapes to visit a college friend in New Orleans.

But the Big Easy is anything but peaceful. Two powerful witch covens are battling for control of the mighty river and the potent ley lines that run through the city. Amber discovers her half-elven heritage may just resolve their differences, but the covens have other, more lethal, ideas. She knows she can restore the elemental energy to balance, but it’s not easy to play peacemaker when her succubus side wants to drown the whole city in a tide of lust.

The tensions between the covens aren’t her only trouble. There’s nowhere Amber can run to escape the siren-call of her demon nature, and nowhere she can run to escape the seductive incubus who won’t seem to take “no” for an answer.


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Q) What inspired you to write this story?
Amber was a secondary character in the Imp Series, and I found myself intrigued by the idea of a half-succubus/half-elf. How could she reconcile two very different parts of herself, and what ethical compromises would she need to make? Throw in a sex demon love interest, and I just had to write it!

Q) How long did it take you to write?
I started Demons of Desire in March, so three and a half months from outline to publication. That includes four weeks for editing and coding, so the actual writing went quickly!

Q) What is your favorite thing about writing? 
Seeing all the imaginary worlds and characters in my head come to life, and sharing all of that with others.

Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
The effect it has on my rear end! My day-job involves sitting at a computer, and so does writing, so it’s been impossible for me to keep fit. I’m thinking I need to look into one of those treadmill desks.

Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
Mae West. Snappy and sassy as an actor, she also wrote risqué plays and was once incarcerated for corrupting the morals of youth. What a crazy fun life!

Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
I had to go look. It was a half-empty jar of salsa that was wedged far in the back. Expiration date was four months ago. Ick! It’s now in the trash.

Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
I’m currently working on book 6 of the Imp Series – titled Angel of Chaos. This winter I hope to complete and release a spin-off novel to the series called Three Wishes. There will be more of Amber’s story coming in 2015 – book two (release date late spring) is titled Sins of the Flesh.

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