Barbara Monajem here. Who doesn’t love an erotic dream? I’m pretty sure most of us do. 🙂 (But there are always exceptions. To everything.)
Sometimes I can’t resist putting a little of the paranormal in my stories. My two recent novellas feature former spies—one female, one male—whose job was to seduce secrets out of traitors and enemy spies. Their seduction process included sending erotic dreams to their, um, victims.
How did they do it, you ask? Alas, since I don’t possess this particular skill, I don’t really know. It has to do with visualizing an erotic scene (okay, I can do that much) and sending the dream (no idea how, but it works for my characters). 😉
In The Reluctant Seductress (which is available in the boxed set, Rakes and Rogues), the heroine, Lettice Raleigh, sends dreams to the hero. In Love at First Dance (which came out yesterday, HOORAY! in the anthology, A Very Wicked Christmas), the heroine, Lady Jane Dew, receives erotic dreams from her hero.
So…my question is, which would you rather be – the sender of the erotic dream, like Lettice, or the recipient, like Lady Jane???
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Blurb of Love at First Dance:
Sir Colwyn North’s uncanny seductive powers made him an excellent spy—but they also gave him the worst sort of reputation. Given his dreadful past, his only hope of winning the hand of the very proper Lady Jane Dew is to trick her into marriage. By way of seduction. While in disguise.
Jane has had enough of tedious propriety; she wants excitement. Duty-bound, she attends a Christmas house party at the estate of a scheming marquis, who has plans of his own for her. She intends to choose her own husband, and the son of the marquis is not on her list. The enthralling but nameless seducer who visits her nightly in her dreams might be…but first she has to find out who he is.