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Nicola Cameron gives takes Luscious through Storm Season.

by on May 7, 2013

Howdy, Happy Tuesday to ya.

Today on Luscious we have Nicola Cameron giving us the down low on her boys from Storm Season. Her M/M/M released from Evernight Publishing and she came by to sit down and fill those of us here at Luscious in. Take a look see at her interview below and of course we have a pretty in the form of a cover that I would love to pet. Until we chat again, have a great week. Kass

What’s your snack of choice for a hardcore writing session?

Popcorn Indiana aged cheddar cheese popcorn. I swear, that stuff is addictive.

2.  What is your favorite book on the craft of writing?

Stephen King’s On Writing — it’s eminently sensible and provides a great toolbox for aspiring novelists.

3.  What do you like best (or least) about writing?

The moment I finish the last line of a story. I don’t know if there’s such a thing as a writer’s high, but I walk around grinning like a fool for at least six hours, I feel so good.

4.  What do you read when you’re not writing?

Anything and everything — biographies, newspaper articles, fiction, nonfiction, you name it. I was one of those weird kids who actually read The Golden Book Encyclopedia for Children end to end. The nice thing about it is that I get all kinds of ideas for stories this way.

5.  Describe your workspace.

My home office is also my sewing room, so one half is dedicated to writing stuff (writing desk, computer, reference books, filing cabinet, et al) while the other half is strewn with fabric, dolls in mid-production, quilt squares, you name it. I like the idea of an orderly work environment, but I can’t quite seem to achieve it.

6.  Favorite quote?

“Oh, what fresh hell is this?”

7.  What’s your favorite romantic comedy and why?

Love Actually, because it’s this wonderful conglomeration of interrelated stories, all of them about love. Also, the airport chase scene is fricking hilarious.

8.  What’s the one place you’d most like to visit someday?

Australia — Terry Pratchett once told me that I had to go there. Who am I to say no?

9.  Have you ever disliked one of your characters?

I’ve wanted to throttle a character once or twice for behaving like a bonehead, but I try not to dislike my characters, even the villains.

10.  What are you working on next?

A MMF historical erotic romance set in 1923 Berlin, called Behind the Iron Cross. It’s more than a little kinky, which is turning out to be quite the education!


Meet the author

Hometown:  Chicago

Hobbies: Building dollhouses, knitting, quilting, and making Stuff(TM).

Favorite indulgence: Absinthe



Ian West had his summer all planned out — go down to Florida, stay in his family’s beach cottage on Olympic Cove, and work on his science fiction novel. But his plans get thrown for a loop when gorgeous twin sea gods Bythos and Aphros show up in the cove and inform him he’s their fated consort.

As if that wasn’t enough, something in the Gulf of Mexico is turning mermaids into legendary monsters and gods into demons. Now, Ian not only has to navigate the complicated waters of a ménage relationship with twin sea gods, he also has to stop an insane deity and save the whole damn planet.

No pressure.



The familiar grief pulsed. “Wait,” Ian said. “I was married for almost ten years. I loved my wife more than anything else in the world. How can I be your aga … whatever, if I loved her, too?”

Agapetos.” The twins shared an odd look. “Had your wife lived, we would have loved her as a sister and treated her with every honor,” Bythos said carefully. “But that wouldn’t have changed the fact that you were fated to be ours. It simply would have made things … interesting.”

Ian closed his eyes at that, not sure whether to laugh or cry. Diana had always been open-minded and generous. Meeting these bright, beautiful demigods would have tickled her pink. After some discussion about parameters, she might even have gone along with the arrangement. Especially if she could watch. “So … you just waited for me? All this time?”

“Yes,” Bythos said. “And you finally returned to us, and dreamed of us as we dreamed of you.” With care, he slid an arm around Ian. “I meant what I said earlier. We will never harm you, and we will never force you into anything you don’t want to do. But we need you, Ian, just as you need us.”

“We do need you,” Aphros said, moving in to lay the softest of kisses on Ian’s shoulder. “You’re the sun and the moon to us. We’ve dreamed about you for so long. Please, Ian, let us love you.”

Ian shivered at the softness of the demigod’s lips as they feathered along his shoulder, tracing the curve to his neck. His desire bloomed again, a warm heaviness settling in his groin. “You dreamed about me?” he whispered.

“Every night,” Aphros said. “You have no idea how you tormented us with your skin, the sounds you made.”

“And your taste,” Bythos murmured, leaning in now and brushing the tip of his tongue over Ian’s skin. “I can’t describe how delicious you are. You taste like everything good in the world. Like home.”

“Like ours,” Aphros said.

Ian moaned at the sensation of their mouths on his neck, their hands wandering across his chest, plucking gently at his nipples. “Oh, God,” he breathed.

“Gods, actually,” Aphros said, lifting his mouth from Ian’s neck for a moment. “Well, demigods, but still.”

“Aph, shut up,” Bythos said, sliding a broad, warm palm around Ian’s jaw and pulling him closer. “We have better things to do.”


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