Continuing with the Cabal of Hotness themed What’s Playing Wednesdays this month, today I have Mistress Hotness herself, Cassandra Carr stopping by with her song choice of the day.
I write sexy stories, so I like to listen to sexy music while I do that. One of my favorite songs ever, particularly for writing, is Insatiable. It’s not blatantly sexual, but it is very sensual. Sure, he appears to be singing about sex and how he can’t get enough of it with his woman, but the way the song flows doesn’t make that obvious. I could seriously listen to it on a loop while I’m writing.
I first heard Insatiable while I had our music collection on “shuffle” one day. Hubs has digitized our entire music collection on our server. (Yes, we have our own server. Yes, we’re geeks.) I immediately sat up and said, “WHAT is this?” The song caught my attention within the first few bars and I listened to the entire thing with rapt attention. I’d never even heard of Darren Hayes, but after hearing that song, I was hooked on it.
I don’t often listen to music while I’m writing because, well, I love my music and it distracts me. But sometimes, like today when my nearly four-year-old daughter is home, it’s either listen to my music or her shows on PBS Kids. I choose my music. I should probably make up some playlists, but usually I just click on whatever strikes my fancy that day. Nearly every time, though, Insatiable is on that list.
MASTER CLASS by Cassandra Carr
Publisher: Loose Id
ePublish date: 12/11/2012
Ryan Tomasi feels like a failure. His marriage is officially over; the ink dried on the divorce decree. His friend Jack introduces him to BDSM and he agrees to attend a Halloween party at a club. A submissive approaches him, offering herself, and how can he refuse the kneeling beauty? They do a whirlwind scene and Ryan is addicted—both to dominance and to her.
Lisette Rinaldo is returning to the BDSM club for the first time since ending a bad relationship with her former master. She spots Ryan and is taken by the combination of self-assurance and nervousness the man displays as he takes in his surroundings. And after he gives her an incredible re-introduction to the lifestyle, she knows she needs to see the man again.
Ryan and Lisette explore each other and the lifestyle, but what started out as playtime quickly evolves into something more. The problem? Ryan isn’t ready to get serious again and Lisette doesn’t want to fall in love with a guy who can’t give all of himself to her. Both of them are going to have to break out of the bonds holding them back from happiness.
Author website with buy links: http://www.booksbycassandracarr.com