What is your favorite thing about the Holidays?
I’ve always loved Christmas but it’s even better now that I have children. On Christmas Eve, we curl up with the laptop and watch Santa’s progress on Santa Tracker. (http://www.noradsanta.org/) My children get really excited and seeing their excitement makes me so happy.
I also look forward to sharing a bottle of champagne with my gorgeous husband on Christmas morning. It’s really romantic and it’s the perfect start to a lovely day.
I adore writing historical romance. Mistletoe Ménage started with an image of a beautiful and voluptuous woman staring at a handsome young man in Almack’s ballroom in Regency London. She has never seen the man before but he is linked to her past in some way. The first few lines popped into my head (“There he is.” Anne Blackburn looked in the direction of her friend’s extended fan and spied the target. Her heart leapt and her body flooded with a rousing, tingling heat, for across the dance floor, surrounded by a group of excited, giggling debutantes, was a veritable Adonis.) and before I knew it, I had the whole story. I’d been toying with the title for a while and it just perfectly summarizes what happens.
What's one of your favorite things to do for Christmas?
Mistletoe Treasure Hunt
Keep the romance in your relationship alive or enjoy those exciting early days with a mistletoe treasure hunt.
How to do it:
Tie sprigs of mistletoe around your house and garden or somewhere else private and romantic.
Take your lover by the hand then lead them on a mistletoe treasure hunt. Every time that they find a sprig of mistletoe, enjoy a long, sensual smooch. If you’re somewhere private, you could even remove an article of clothing.
Consider leaving a special gift under the last sprig, whether it’s a diamond ring for those wanting to propose, an eternity ring, some saucy lingerie or even their favourite bottle of champagne.
Of course, for the perfect conclusion to your mistletoe treasure hunt, you could tie the final sprig in the bedroom… ;-)
It is 1816. Anne Blackburn is a voluptuous thirty-two year old widow. Due to her family inheritance and the fortune left to her by her husband, she is a wealthy woman, and she moves in the social circles of London’s upper class.
Anne has sworn never to marry again. However, she cannot help yearning to find out more about the pleasures of the flesh. Her deceased husband was more father than lover but she has felt passion once—before she married over six years ago.
Edward Moore loved Anne and proposed to her but when he left London to seek his father’s blessing, Anne was approached by Lord Moore’s lawyer who told her to forget Edward. If she refused, Edward would be disinherited. When Alfred Blackburn asked for her hand in marriage, Ann accepted to set Edward free.
Now there is an artist in London with a mysterious patron. Mr. Guy Harper provides the ladies he paints with certain erotic extras. When Anne commissions a portrait from him, she gets more than she could have imagined in her wildest dreams.
But will her mistletoe ménage become a painful humiliation or the stepping stone into her very own happy ever after?
Molly Ann Wishlade has always been an avid reader and writer of stories. She regularly indulges her love of romance and passion by getting lost in the delicious worlds created by romantic novelists. When not reading, she's busy with her current WIP, usually her next highly erotic tale about sexy and saucy cowboys and their lady loves - and sometimes their gorgeous male lovers too.
She wants to take readers on the rollercoaster that is life through the creation of vivid characters, relationships and worlds.
She loves to hear from readers.