Alex Winchester and Nola Pryce are two very different people. Alex runs The Black Rose, a fetish club and is a highly skilled Dom. Nola is a schoolteacher. A chance encounter leads to an invitation to step into Alex's world for one night. It's up to Nola to figure out if she wants more.
Tell me about your recent release…
The Schoolteacher and the Dom tells the story of Nola Pryce and Alex Winchester. It’s a part of Evernight Publishing’s Romance on the Go line, which means it meant to be read in one sitting.
How did you come up with this idea?
A random idea pop into my head, a woman who asks a stranger for help to get out of a boring date. The story pretty much grew from there.
The Schoolteacher and the Dom’ is released on the 25th with Evernight Publishing delves into BDSM, why did you decide to step into this world?
I was interested in showing a realistic introduction for a newbie into the world of BDSM. The Schoolteacher and the Dom has light elements of BDSM, with the next stories in the series delving into more detail and more intense play scenes.
Describe your hero and heroine in three words each.
Alex: dark, intense and funny
Nola: driven, beautiful and stubborn
Pick out a favorite line in the book
The shop hadn’t given her any instructions on how to get into the dress and it had taken a stupid amount of skill to even just step into it. It wasn’t like it was the tightest thing on the website but somehow Nola had still managed to trip over her own feet. She finished doing her hair and make-up, then picked up the white corset. “How the hell am I supposed to get this thing on?”
What are you working on right now?
I’m working on the sequel to ‘The Schoolteacher and the Dom.’
It’s Saturday night and you are…? Writing
Have you ever dyed your hair? :-) I’m a girl. It’s my right to dye my hair random colors every other week.
Favorite eye color. Green
Favorite sweet. Murray Mints
The Schoolteacher and the Dom is available at http://www.evernightpublishing.com/romance-on-the-go/
My blog is at http://www.ellagrey.wordpress.com