Tuesday, May 27, 2014

An Interview with KyAnn Waters and Betrayed Vows #eroticromance #newrelease #contest #kindle

Today we have my good friend, KyAnn Waters, talking about her latest release, Betrayed Vows! I have not had a chance to read this yet, but I have read a LOT of KyAnn's books and they are usually sizzling hot and filled with lots of delicious dialogue, sex, and conflict--not necessarily in that order. She's also running a contest with a Kindle as the grand prize, as well as some books and other great things. So stay tuned details at the end. 



I feel like I need to tackle you to the ground and give you a big smooch. We haven’t seen each other since last summer! Thank you for having me over to your blog.

What was the hardest part of writing Betrayed Vows?
Writing Betrayed Vows wasn’t hard at all. The story came together and the characters all had a voice in my head. The hard decision for me was whether or not to publish the book. It strays from my typical writing. As time went on, it was always in the back of my head. About a year ago I made the decision to publish the book myself. But rewriting, finessing the story to what it is today took more time than I thought it would. But I’m so glad I put in the effort because I’m super happy with how the story came together in the end.

What did you edit out of this book?
Oh My Hello! Look for numerous deleted scenes to pop up on my blog over the next few months. I cut the equivalent of a novella from the story. I kept the focus where I felt it needed to be, but in the process some great scenes with Gretchen found themselves on the cutting room floor.

If you could have three wishes granted, what would you wish for?

Calorie-free cakes, candies, and cookies. I am a lover of all things sugar. I can’t stay off it. It’s my crack.

A perfect memory for all the great things in life and the ability to forget some of the other experiences I’ve had.

Do you ever go around in a corset, high heels, and a whip to get you in the mood to write something naughty?
Every day. I wear red lipstick and listen to music as I strut around the house in fishnet stockings and 4 inch stiletto boots. I like that better than the truth of basketball shorts and t-shirts as I’m running from soccer game to soccer practice to marching band event. I write on an alpha smart as I taxi my two boys all over the state for their activities. I know, not so sexy and glamorous, but I wouldn’t change a thing. Mom is always going to be my first job. Writing time is found in the minutes in between.

Thank you so much for having me over today.

Betrayed Vows

Life on the outside is not as Landon Booker expected. But how can he make a future for himself beyond prison walls when the woman who is supposed to love him wants to see him sent back to the penitentiary.

Crystal Evans isn’t a home wrecker. Landon needs a friend…someone who can help protect him from his conspiring wife. Falling in love wasn’t part of the plan.

Yet vows betrayed leave all three with something to lose—Crystal her heart, Landon his freedom, and Gretchen the life she had before.

Excerpt from Betrayed Vows...
Landon pulled the shirt over his head, careful of his sunburn.

“And just as I was becoming desensitized to your nakedness.”

He had to find a way to stop her from speaking her mind. His body was whipping in and out of heat like a yoyo. “Let’s meet your boyfriend.” The thought was enough to discourage his determined hard-on.

“Butch isn’t my boyfriend.”

Fine, her lover.

In the garage, Crystal walked around the front of the jeep. Landon went to the passenger side.

“We’re not taking the jeep. This is Butch.” She pulled the tarp revealing a Ducati 1098. “Italian machinery at its finest. 160 horsepower.” She arched an eyebrow. “1099cc L-twin sport, I defy you to find a faster street bike.” She stroked her hand up the smooth plane of the front fairing. “Box-sectioned braced aluminum rear swing arm and top shelf Ohlins suspension. Carbon-fiber bodywork shrouds.” Her whispered words of love as she lifted a leg and straddled the seat.

Landon felt the weight of Crystal’s boyfriend lift from his shoulders. Jealousy certainly was a part of his worry, also the possibility Butch would interfere with the unexpected friendship developing between them.

“I had my friend Stephen video tape my first ride.” Her hands wrapped around the handlebars and then drummed her fingers along the grips. “This bike is hot.”

The bike wasn’t the only thing hot. He couldn’t decide what was more provocative, the way her ass and thighs gripped the seat, or the way her hands stroked the phallic like handlebars. He’d replace any part of the Ducati with any part of his body.

“How long has this love affair been going on?” He leaned against the bumper of the jeep.

“You could say we’ve been involved for a few months but there were others before Butch.”

“So the honeymoon isn’t over.”

She laughed and leaned into the bike. “Never. It’s built for one, but if you’re willing to trust me with your life, I’ll give you a ride.”

Beads of perspiration broke along his forehead. Once again her thoughts echoed his. Only he wasn’t inclined to include the bike on their ride.


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More about KyAnn...
KyAnn Waters lives in Utah with her husband, two children, and two dogs. She spends her days writing and her evenings with her family. She enjoys sporting events on the television, thrillers on the big screen, and hot scenes between the pages of her books.

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Cheryl M said...
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Cheryl M said...

To my regret I have broken a promise but never a vow. FYI - love finding new authors to add to my TBR list and KyAnn is now on it.

bn100 said...


KyAnn said...

thanks Cheryl! and thanks for stopping by bn100
and thank you to Mia for hosting me today

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