Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Are you ready for an Unexpected Eden? Join my guest Lexi Post.

Brenna, thank you so much for having me. I’m so excited about my latest release Unexpected Eden, the 2nd book in The Eden Series. This series is focused on Eden, a planet colonized when the Crius abducted humans from Earth over a thousand years ago.

Of course, those humans evolved a little differently and though a bit more advanced than us, they haven’t been able to figure out why no females are born on Eden, so they portal to Earth to find a chosen one. When they have successfully captured her heart, they bring her home…at least that is the way it’s supposed to work.

In Serena’s case, when her life is threatened on Earth, the three men (oh, did I mention that every woman must take at least two husbands?) rush to save her, and bring her to Eden, even though they know it’s not time for her to learn she is their beloved. That doesn’t make for a very smooth transition to a new planet and a new life. 

Serena can’t help but be attracted. Her Edenists are hunks, they come with special abilities, and they live naked. However, they have some serious baggage thanks to their families’ views of their abilities. She’s looking at staying a week for a well-deserved vacation; they think they can convince her to become their beloved and stay forever. 

In the excerpt below, you can see exactly how much she’s enjoying her vacation ;-)

Anyone up for a vacation on Eden? If so, I have included a rafflecopter for those who would like a chance to visit in the first book of the series Cruise into Eden. Or if naked cowboys or sinful ghosts are more to your liking, there is a chance for those too! Good luck!

Always, Lexi
Erotic romances inspired by the classics

Excerpt from Unexpected Eden:
A noise outside had Serena jumping up and turning toward the doorway. It opened and Jahl came in, followed by Khaos. Jahl’s face revealed nothing but Khaos wore a grin. She finally relaxed. “I was worried about you.”
Jahl halted, confusion clear on his face. “Why?”
She put her hand on her hip. Were they really that clueless? “Because last I knew, you two were fighting. I didn’t know if it had come to physical blows, if you were just busy directing people, or if you had been killed by criminals.”
“We were drinking.” Khaos smiled warmly.
She threw her hands up. “Drinking? Guess I wasted my time being worried then. Far be it for me to expect to be told what’s going on.” Exasperated, she turned from them, ready to go to bed without them.
Khaos grasped her from behind, his arm encircling her waist as he spoke against her ear. “Wait. We’re sorry. We didn’t know you were worried. No one has worried about us before.”
His statement, made so matter-of-factly, was all the more heart-wrenching. She melted. Titling her head to see his eyes, she laid her hand on his cheek. “I do care about you.”
He turned his head and kissed her palm.
“What about me?” Jahl came to stand in front of her, his face hard, his gaze shuttered.
If she’d just met him, she would think him cold, but she‘d begun to understand the softness beneath his hard exterior. Looping her other hand around his neck, she looked into his eyes. “Yes, I care about you as well.”
His dark-blue gaze flickered and his jaw relaxed, the only sign he’d heard her, but it was enough. He stepped closer, his hand snaking around her waist too. “Serena.” Her name as he spoke it was like a craving and desire ran through her.
Khaos entwined his fingers with hers as his lips touched her temple in a soft caress. Jahl pressed himself against her, his chest pushing her into Khaos’ hard body. She let her head fall back upon Khaos’ shoulder. He took advantage of her position to kiss her.
It wasn’t the gentle kiss of the night before. His tongue swept into her mouth, demanding her surrender, even as Jahl’s lips found her shoulder and he sucked hard. Excitement sped through her body all the way to her toes.
Jahl moaned and pushed harder against her, his hard cock rubbing on her jeans, sandwiching her into Khaos’ erection as it pressed against her ass. She sucked on Khaos’ tongue in response, loving the feel of being desired.
Khaos broke the kiss. “You wear too many clothes.”

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Pyrotechnics expert, Serena Upton, wonders if she’s been transported into one of the science fiction movies she works on. It certainly seems so when she’s rescued by three hot, naked men from another planet. She’s whisked away to Loraleaf, their home in the jungle of Eden, with the expectation that she will become their beloved. As they cater to her in every way, she begins to understand what it means to be their chosen one.
Jahl and Khaos risked everything, even the brother of their heart, to bring Serena home, but grief and self-doubt, etched in stone by their own families, seems insurmountable. Their only hope is that she can fill the void in their lives. They succeed in sweeping her up in their erotic passion, but they are unable to capture her heart.
Though Serena cares for Jahl and Khaos, she’s convinced she’s not the answer to their damaged souls. It’s better that she return to her family on Earth before she cares too much. That is, if she doesn’t already.

About Lexi:
Lexi Post is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of erotic romance. She spent years in higher education taking and teaching courses about the classical literature she loved. From Edgar Allan Poe's short story “The Masque of the Red Death” to Tolstoy’s War and Peace, she's read, studied, and taught wonderful classics.
But Lexi's first love is romance novels. In an effort to marry her two first loves, she started writing erotic romance inspired by the classics and found she loved it. Lexi believes there is no end to the romantic inspiration she can find in great literature. Her books are known as "erotic romance with a whole lot of story."
Lexi is living her own happily ever after with her husband and her cat in Florida. She makes her own ice cream every weekend, loves bright colors, and you will never see her without a hat.

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