Author: Nanea Knott
Series: Sex Demon Series (#1)
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: February 19 2016
Will He Remember?
Greg Stewart is a smart detective. He’s been following suspicious cases from nearby areas. His gut tells him they’re related. He’s assigned to investigate a car accident. Digging into the details, he finds his victim is connected to the cases he’s been following. Now he needs answers. The first person he questions is Willow Harris, a friend of his accident victim. She’s smart, sexy, and definitely hiding something.
Willow Harris is a lonely succubus searching for her mate. He’s the only man who will remember having sex with her. She’s trying to help the sexy detective solve his case, but she has to be careful. Greg is human. He can never know sex demons are not just myth.
Greg keeps pushing for answers. Willow relents and tells him everything knowing that after she sleeps with him, he won’t remember anything she said, or will he?
He had been dreaming of her, all of her. Her legs, her hips, and her lips wrapped around the head of his cock. He groaned under the spray of hot water. He was back to rocking some serious wood. He fisted his shaft and stroked to ease the pressure. He let the fantasy in his head run wild as the hot water ran over his skin. He figured if he could just get her out of his system now, he would behave like an adult later.
In his mind, he saw her naked lying on her side on his bed, her silky hair spread out over his pillow. Her smooth bare skin glowed with the light of the moonlight coming through the window, a cool breeze caressing her skin raising goose bumps all over her. She smiled at him and patted the bed next to her.
“Come keep me warm,” she said.
He leaned over her while fully dressed and gave her a gentle kiss on her sensuous lips. They were warm and lush. The taste of her filled his senses. She wrapped her arms around his neck and pulled him closer to her deepening the kiss. He ran his hands over her soft skin learning every curve of her body. He allowed himself to immerse himself in her, her scent, taste, and touch. He was drowning in her and he hoped rescue never came.
The taut pink nipples on her creamy breasts were rubbing against his shirt, and he wanted nothing more than to be skin to skin with her. He drew back from her long enough to tear the clothes from his body. The buttons on his shirt flew everywhere. He didn’t care. All he cared about was being inside her.
She watched him appreciating the view once all of him was revealed. He wasn’t good enough for her, but he would do anything to be worthy of her.
He lay down next to her, and she turned to stroke his chest. Her polished nails gently scraped his skin and made him shiver. He tilted his head and took her mouth again. Her lips were incredibly soft; he could kiss her for hours. He would remember the taste of her for the rest of his life. He licked her full bottom lip. She groaned and panted. He took advantage of her breathlessness. He was nearly breathless himself. She held all the air in the room inside her, and he was desperate for a single breath. His tongue swept in and kissed her deeply.
When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
In high school, my English teacher would push me to put some effort into the assignments. She would tell me things like, “I have higher expectations of your work.” I hated her, but from there I became a better reader and ultimately a better writer.
How long does it take you to write a book?
I’ve written a book in less than 30 days and I have manuscripts I’ve been working on for 3 years. Most of the books I’ve written have been done from start to finish in about 60 -90 days.
What is your work schedule like when you're writing?
It varies. I used to spend all of my time on the books just writing and editing. Now I have to incorporate marketing and advertising efforts into the mix. Normally on the weekends is when I sprint write, meaning I sit down and type for a few hours, take a short break, stretch and then write for a few more hours. On the weekends I try to put in at least eight hours of writing or editing. The weekdays are a mix because I also still work full time.
What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
I read all my books out loud. I do that with other books I read too. I love books with characters with accents because I imitate them. It makes the books more real for me. You would think I like audiobooks, but I don’t. I prefer to read them myself. It’s also a good way to check the readability of my sentences and to make sure my dialogue is good.
Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?
Inspiration come from the most interesting places sometimes, but for Remember Me, I was inspired by the TV show Lost Girl. I also liked the historical component of it and how some people even today believe without a doubt that they exist.
When did you write your first book and how old were you?
I wrote my first book when I was in my thirties and about to get laid off from a job. I missed the paycheck, but not the job.
What do you like to do when you're not writing?
I like to read, spend time with family and friends and go shopping. I’m also about to adopt two kittens from a family with too many cats. They’re going to keep me busy.
What does your family think of your writing?
They’re very encouraging. I spend a lot of time doing it and they understand, but around the holidays, I had days off and wanted to use the time to write. I got yelled at for preferring to be stuck to my computer instead of sitting on the couch watching TV with the family. I have to come up with plan for next year that makes us all happy.
What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?
That other indie authors are very supportive. I don’t think I would have gotten this far if I hadn’t learned with others who are making the same journey as I am. People have been very generous with thoughts, ideas and suggestions on everything book related. Writing is naturally a solitary activity, having other people taking the same steps at the same time is wonderful.
How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
At this writing I’ve written a total of 12 books over 3 genres. It’s hard to choose because I like each of the books for different reasons. I would have to say right now Remember Me is my current favorite because it’s the book that’s teaching me the most about what it means to be an indie author and what it’s going to take to achieve the level of success I’m working toward.
Nanea Knott is an erotic romance author of short stories, novellas and novels in the Paranormal, and BBW subgenres. She loves to read and write about sexy characters with guts and common sense.
Nanea was born and raised in Hawaii but has called Seattle home for over 15 years. Occasionally she surfaces from the depths of writing to go to work, see her family and friends, and pet her aging cat.
I’ll Never Forget You (Prequel)
Remember Me (Book 1)
Unforgettable (Book 2)
Remind Me (Book 3)