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I always felt like I could do something more than just read. Finally, I have found both a creative outlet and a chance to do something meaningful with my reading. This blog was created in appreciation of and tribute to all of the authors who have brought me joy through their books. These reviews are my way of giving back to authors and providing recognition for the hard work that each one completes every day!

Friday, July 12, 2013

Spotlight with author M Q Barber

Spotlight with author M Q Barber

Hello everyone and welcome back! Today I have a new author to share with you; well, new to me at least. Maybe you have heard of her already. If so, great! Please tell me what you think of her writing. If not, stick around for a bit to read about this hot menage story. The characteristics of each person in this trio are completely different and so seem like they would create a great dynamic. You will be learning all about this book and author right along with me, so let's get started. Please allow me to introduce to the blog:



M.Q. Barber likes to get lost in thought. She writes things down so she can find herself again.

Often found staring off into space or frantically scratching words on post-it notes, M.Q. lives with one very tolerant, easily amused husband and one very tolerant, easily amused puppy.
She has a soft spot for romances that explore the inner workings of the heart and mind alongside all that steamy physical exertion. She loves memorable characters, witty banter, and heartfelt emotion in any genre.
She’s not ashamed to say she has dabbled in writing fanfiction — and is only slightly ashamed to say she had previously spent good money on college and graduate degrees to practice the same skills.

Her advice? Get a solid grounding in how language works, and then just write. Write every idea that comes along, even if it’s just a single line. You never know which line is the start of a thread that leads to a novel.

You can find out more about Ms. Barber in the following places:


A Lyrical Press Contemporary Erotic Romance


She expects dinner with neighbors, but gets sex with a side of safewords.

Mechanical engineer Alice still drools over her sexy neighbors a year after she’s moved in. She can’t decide whether they’re roommates or partners, but either way, they spark a wanton desire in her that has her imagination--and vibrator--working overtime.

Henry, director of everything around him, studies human nature and applies philosophies to his paintings as well as his relationships. Quirky, polite to a fault, and formal, he follows his own code of honor even when it means denying himself.

Flirtatious and playful, Jay needs stability, guidance, and to please others. His antics counterbalance Henry’s stuffy ways while he brings a level of vulnerability and fun to everything the trio does.

BDSM play with the enigmatic artist and flirtatious joker across the hall allows Alice to put aside the linear thought processes which have kept her unsatisfied and distant with other lovers. She must dismiss her preconception of love, sacrificing her independence, if she’s to find a permanent place in their beds and hearts.

CONTENT WARNING: Explicit sex, graphic language, BDSM, bondage, spanking, M/M/F ménage.

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From the Inside Flap

He glanced at her with one eyebrow raised. "My treat, my dear."

"No, this is your birthday present. If we're going to dinner, I'm buying." She was prepared to be stubborn. Recipients didn't pay for their gifts.

"Ah, but this isn't within the scope of your gift to me, Alice. This is the transparent ploy of a man feeling his age, enjoying the attentive company of an attractive younger woman and hoping to extend that time in a public setting to boost his own ego. Please, allow me to take you to dinner."

They stepped out into the cloudy chill of early March. She fumbled to get her mittens on, and Henry tucked the ends of her scarf at her throat. His fingers, encased in dark brown driving gloves, smelled of leather as he raised the scarf over her nose.

She blinked, shivering from his touch rather than the cold, and forced a laugh. "Fine. Your treat. Do people ever tell you you're honest to a fault, Henry?"

"Honesty is important to me, Alice. Lies can be dangerous, painful things, both for those who lie and those to whom they lie."

So what did you think? I am pretty intrigued by this one and hope to have the chance to read it soon. I always love reading your feedback, sp please take a second to tell me what you though about the blurb, excerpt, author bio, or anything else about this post.

I want to thank Ms. Barber for spending some time with us here today and hope that you all enjoyed yourselves as much as I did. If this story caught your attention, please consider supporting this author by buying a copy of the book for yourself. I hope that everyone has a fantastic day and I will see you all soon! But until then ...

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