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Gabe’s lifestyle as a Master Dom is leaving him empty and cold. Everything else in his life seems to be falling apart too. Taking a break from the BDSM scene seems like a good idea—until he meets the perfect submissive.
Reagan has started a new life as a strong, independent woman. The last thing she wants is to be trapped in another controlling relationship. Letting a dominant man like Gabe into her life could cost her everything she’s worked so hard for. But Reagan sees the emotions Gabe’s keeping locked inside, and she knows how to unlock those feelings.
Gabe is determined to never lose control, show weakness or reveal his secrets. But the lust he shares with Reagan breaks through his walls. Faced with a bleak, lonely future, he must somehow find the strength to let himself be vulnerable before he can experience the joy and sweetness of love.
So, your author has decided to talk about you in for our Perfect Man Event. How do you feel about that?
Oh hell, this is crazy. I’m so far from perfect. I’m a control freak, overbearing, aggressive, autocratic, arrogant. Well *smiles* I used to be. I know my toughness, my decisiveness and leadership served me well in my construction business, but I had to learn tone things down, to be more tolerant of mistakes, to consult people more. I learned a lot of that through BDSM. And I’ve learned a lot from Reagan.
Why do you think she decided you were a good candidate for our ”Perfect Man” Crown?
I’m shaking my head about it, really, like I said, I’m far from perfect. But I suppose I’ve done some good things with my life. I’ve had to, to make up for the awful things I’ve done *grimaces*. I came to America from Bosnia about twenty years ago. I wanted to be an engineer, but I didn’t know enough English to go to school here, and I had to support myself, so I started working in construction. I worked hard to learn English and worked my way up. Then I took some business courses and decided to open my own company. I could do things for other guys who worked for me, guys who needed a little help. Helping other people helped me. I hired a lot of immigrants to give them the same opportunities I had. I pay for them to take English classes. And I’ve fought with the board of directors to not lay off staff even though times have been tough. I have a great group of loyal guys working for me.
And on top of that, I’m pretty good in the bedroom. Or the dungeon. *grins* I’ve built a reputation at the club as someone who’s knowledgeable and ethical and responsible. Dominating someone lets me be...caring. I love seeing a submissive learn about herself and grow...that gives me satisfaction. I have a way of knowing what a woman wants and needs and *smiles* Reagan tells me I’m good at giving that to her.
Tell us a little a little bit about your tale?
Back in the nineties there was a war in Bosnia. I was very young, about twenty. I was in university but I had to join the army and fight, to protect my country. My family, my friends. It was a terrible war—so much killing. Ethnic cleansing. Mass rape. Genocide. I didn’t want to fight, but I had to. And...I had to do some awful things. *pauses, swallows hard* I didn’t want to participate in it, but I was...young. My commanding officer told me what to do and anyone who refused to join the others was seen as a traitor to the unit, and to his Serbian blood. Those who refused were humiliated and in some cases...castrated. I-I was forced to watch…I don’t know what makes people do such things. I...wanted to live. After they took my mother and my sister, I thought they were dead, and I didn’t care any more. I wanted to live, but I wasn’t going to fight any more. So I ran. I don’t know if it was cowardly or brave, but that’s what I did. I managed to come here and start a new life. Later, I found my mother still alive and I brought her here, but…she recently died.
I never told anyone about those things…well, other than my ex-wife, who freaked out. Reagan was the first person I ever told who understood. She understood that’s partly what I needed in BDSM. I could test my self control, knowing what was inside me. I could have a sense of power—but not abuse it. Ever. That was my personal threshold. That was my goal. To not be like them. And to feel like I deserve someone’s trust.
Tell us one thing about yourself that sets you apart from the crowd?
And one other thing that sets me apart —*grins* is my dog, Lucy. She’s a little fluffy white Bichon cross —but she’s also a hero. I got her from a shelter. She tried to save her owner when their house caught on fire, so she deserved a good home. And I don’t need a big tough dog to prove my masculinity.
Is there anything you’d like to add? Or maybe tell us something about your author
Well, talking about myself isn’t my favorite thing to do so I’ll tell you about Kelly – she thinks all her characters are real people! When my Majka died, she cried. When Lucy got sick and nearly died, she cried. When Reagan told me to take a hike, she nearly cried then too. She gets really involved with the characters in her books. It’s crazy.
To learn more about Kelly and her work, visit her website here
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