At The Brink
By Anna Del Mar
Genre: Erotic Romance
Lily: I should never have agreed to it. A woman will do a lot to keep her husband happy. But when my husband sells me to the highest bidder—billionaire, former Navy SEAL, pride of Boston’s business scene—I agree, not to keep him happy but because it gives me the chance to finally escape. Escape my marriage, escape my debts, escape my life …
Josh Lane demands a steep price: my pride and my morals. But the truth is, I’ve never felt anything like what I feel for him. He brings color into my gray world. And his insistence that I submit to his commands—his depraved, filthy, amazing commands—only feeds my craving to be taken by him. Again. And again. I should never have agreed to it, but I’m so glad I did.
Josh: I don’t need to pay to keep women in my bed. Though my preferences may be unorthodox, I never leave a woman unsatisfied—far from it. Lily Boswell, though … her innocence draws me, her secrets intrigue me. Having her is worth dealing with her cowardly scum of a husband.
I want to release her passions and heal her wounds .On my terms. Because the blindfolds and restraints hide more than she could imagine. I must keep her safe from the people who would destroy me—and the demons that haunt my dreams.
A Georgetown University graduate, Anna enjoys traveling, hiking, skiing, and the sea. Writing is her addiction, her drug of choice, and what she wants to do all the time. The extraordinary men and women she met during her years as a Navy wife inspire the fabulous heroes and heroines at the center of her stories. When she stays put—which doesn’t happen very often—she lives in Florida with her indulgent husband and two very opinionated cats.
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What's a typical writing day like for you?
Hello Recipe Fairy and readers. Thank you so much for having me over.
My typical writing day is pretty intense. I get up, usually hungover— not from drinking, mind you—from writing the night before. I tackle the business of writing first, emails, conference calls, meetings, social media. My goal is to take care of all of that so I can create a mental haven that will allow me to write in peace. With all emergencies hopefully out of the way, it’s time for writing. I’ll typically spend the afternoon editing something in the pipeline and the evenings writing my current work in progress.
Do you have any publishing/writing/promoting/booksigning horror stories?
Hmm. Let me think. Ah, yes, I once booked a virtual book tour with a company that didn’t exist. Yep. I did it. They had setup these ghost sites that had no followers to pocket the fee. To add insult to injury, I got a mysterious email that informed me they were a predatory company. Too late. Nobody answered when I went back to knock on that digital door.
Do you plan out stories or just write freely?
I start with a loose outline. In my opinion, outlines are general guides and detours are the only sure thing.
What's something unique and generally unknown about you?
I’m an introvert but I operate as an extrovert in the real world.
I write better than I speak.
Given a choice, no matter how tempting, I’d rather write, period.
I write erotic romance, but my favorite ice cream flavor is vanilla.