I’m thrilled to have Renea Mason join me today as she shares her sexy inspiration for her new release, Curing Doctor Vincent. So let’s start the weekend early with a bit of naughty. Take it away, Renea!
Naughty, Naughty, Naughty
I asked the best group of ladies and gentlemen ever, the Mad Masons, what I would should blog, since Sandra was gracious enough to host me. In typical naughty style, they wanted to know where my inspiration comes from. Specifically, the naughty scenes… And that is an excellent question.
I had to do some thinking on this one because the truth is, I have no idea. I write a story knowing where I want to begin and where I want to end. I then write it, visualizing each scene individually in my mind over several days, until I feel it’s perfected. So yes, if I’m standing in line at the grocery store staring off into space, I’m probably wondering how best to craft that naughty scene. Or I could simply be thinking about what I need to make for dinner. Inquiring minds will always want to know.
My husband thinks he’s the inspiration for everything. I love him. He does dishes and is a fabulous dad, so we’ll let him keep thinking that. I’m sure his influence is there somewhere, but he is pretty much the polar opposite of Cyril. So that blows that theory.
I’ve had people ask if what I write are my fantasies. In most cases, no. I write what the character would do, not necessarily my preference. In my stories there is a psychology behind the way my characters make love. A lot is revealed about someone by they have sex–experiences have a great influence on who we are between the sheets. So my character’s reactions and sex lives are their own and are a device to let reader know them on a different level.
So where do the characters come from? Your guess is as good as mine. Undiagnosed Psychosis? Who knows…
If you were hoping to hear that I spent hours passing the time researching Internet porn, I am very sorry to disappoint. But I will admit there have been a few times for logistical research purposes, it came in handy.
So, if you read Curing Doctor Vincent and were wondering if the Rainmaker is something real or not. It’s not. It was a nice fall commute home from work when Dr. Vincent and I agreed that it would make for deliciously dramatic scene, so it have to be created. The bathroom scene in Symphony of Light and Winter popped into my head one morning at breakfast, and I thought about it for days, until I decided that I needed to write it down. That’s how I became a writer.
So, my best explanation… it’s the crazy leaking out, because I’m pretty level-headed and logical otherwise. But you have to admit my crazy is pretty sexy.
Thanks to the Mad Masons for their inspiration!
Blurb: One kinky doctor + one indecent proposal = one life-changing week in Paris
Elaine Watkins, Public Relations Advisor, is surprised when she receives a summons from the very attractive and enigmatic Dr. Xavier Vincent. She worships the talented physician and company icon responsible for developing the cure that saved her sister’s life and isn’t immune to his charm. Even though puzzled by his request, she is excited and eager to get started on his latest project.
But Dr. Vincent has other ideas. Instead of discussing cures, drugs and marketing strategies, he asks Elaine to join him in Paris to indulge his unique sexual appetites.
Torn between gratitude for saving her sister, her attraction for the powerful man and compromising her pre-conceived notions of sexuality, she must decide if it’s easier to feed his desires or walk away. Until she devises a plan of her own.
“Make no mistake, Elaine, I am a king. Kings command and conquer. They are brutal and uncompromising. You don’t want a king. Face it, you came here expecting a saint.” – Dr. Xavier Vincent
About The Author:
Disclaimer – My books are for readers 18 years or older.
Renea Mason writes paranormal and contemporary erotic romances.
When she isn’t putting pen to paper crafting sensual stories filled with supernatural and larger-than-life lovers, she spends time with her beyond-supportive husband, two wonderful sons and three loving but needy cats.
Awards and Recognition
Her debut novel, Symphony of Light and Winter, finished second for Best New Paranormal Series of 2013 in Paranormal Cravings’ Battle of the Books and received a third place award for Best New Paranormal Romance of 2013 in The Paranormal Romance Guild’s Reviewers Choice Awards.
It is also a finalist in several Romance Writers of America Chapter Competitions.
Second Place for Erotica/Romantica for Write Touch Contest sponsored by the Wisconsin Romance Writers – Romance Writers of America Chapter.
Finalist in the Paranormal category for the Passionate Plume Contest sponsored by the special interest chapter of the Romance Writers of America – Passionate Ink.
Finalist for Best First Book in the National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award sponsored by the First Coast Romance Writers – Romance Writers of America Chapter
Finalist in the Heart of Denver Romance Writers of America Chapter’s Heart Aspen Gold Contest for Paranormal Romances.