Saturday, December 14, 2013

BLOG TOUR and AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Taboo Kissess by Gracen Miller

WARNING: This book is for readers 18 and over, contains explicit sexual content, including, but not limited to, m/m, m/f/m, double penetration, anal play, sex-toy play, sex-fruit play, shifter sex, voyeurism, forced seduction, and anything else I might've forgotten to list!


Taboo Kisses…where desires and inhibitions collide.

Dispatched to the mortal realm from Atlantis to seek the source of a brewing rebellion, Sameya is thrown for a tailspin when she discovers her fated mates. As a siren her songs entice mankind and immortals alike to their death. She’s stunned to be seduced by a taboo union with a tiger-shifter and vampyr. Mating the pair could complicate everything and threaten her freedom. Fueled by her duty to Atlantis, Sameya rejects fate’s wisdom and refutes her attraction to the men.

Taboo Kisses…when the forbidden becomes irresistible.

Gabriel and Maximus have been searching for their mate for centuries. Neither expected the siren they were hired to find would deliver more than a lucrative payday. Frustrated
by Sameya’s aversion to their mating, the men anticipate an empty future if she refuses to complete their union. In a rash move Maximus seizes Sameya and holds her captive.

Taboo Kisses…when the siren is serenaded with temptation.

Trapped and at their mercy, Sameya is bombarded with pleasure. Can her mates convince her to take a gamble on their taboo union? With danger lurking in the shadows, will the choice be taken from her?


Empress’ delights, she disliked the jumbled way he made her feel. Confused one moment and aroused the next. “What is your name?”

“Call me mate.”

Her breathing died, then escalated. She forced a lame-ass sounding laugh past her lips.

“Don’t get cocky. I’m not into leeches.”

“Don’t disqualify me from the running.” He sidled closer, aligning his body against hers once more, but maintaining space with his palms on the mausoleum on either side of her head. “Not when Gabriel and I haven’t had the gratification of making you come…yet.”

She gasped, her eyes rounding at his foregone conclusion. “Better men than you have tried.”

“None of them were your mates.”

“Wait! Mates? As in plural?” She flattened her hands against his chest to push him away, but forgot to add pressure. The hard contours of his body fascinated her more than was practical. “That’s…insane.” But gods the idea fascinated her. “Sirens don’t partner outside our race and we certainly don’t have more than one partner.”

Sameya didn’t realize she spoke the thought aloud until the vampyr thrust both his hands into her hair. After he had her anchored into position, he shifted closer, widening his stride to fit her pelvis between his legs. His hard-on nestled against her abdomen as he tilted her head back by her hair.

“No more insane than a vampyr mating a shifter.” His mouth landed on hers. He nibbled on her bottom lip, licked the corners and crease. Distracted by the exhilarating sensations, she was unprepared to counteract his move when he placed the pad of his thumb against her chin and tugged, parting her lips for his tongue to thrust inside.



Gracen is a hopeless daydreamer masquerading as a “normal” person in southern society. When not writing, she’s a full-time basketball/football/guitar mom for hertwo sons and a devoted wife to her real-life hero-husband. She’s addicted to writing, paranormal romance novels, movies, Alabama football and coffee…addictions are not necessarily in order of priority. She is convinced coffee is nectar from the gods and blending coffee and writing together generates the perfect creative merger.

Many of her creative worlds are spawned from coffee highs. To learn more about Gracen and her writing or to leave her a comment, visit her at the following sites:

Where you can stalk me—not really!—but I would love to meet and interact with you


Now, I know that you wrote Taboo Kisses for your husband, do you plan on writing anymore based on the TK characters?

Gracen: I’d plan to write the guy’s witchy friend, Kat’s story, but so far I haven’t been inspired. There are too many other storylines on my plate to get to this one. And I have Road to Hell readers screaming at me wanting the next story in that series. Maybe eventually Kat’s story will get written. I have it somewhat outlined, so it’s just a matter of sitting down and getting to work.

Why did you choose to do paranormal character for this book?

Gracen: Because at the time of writing Taboo Kisses all I wrote was paranormal, so writing outside the genre never crossed my mind. 

Are any of the characters mimicked by someone you know?
Gracen: LOL Nope. They’re all spawned from my imagination and photos I found online. I wouldn’t mind having a Maximus or Gabriel in my life though. *wink*

What made you become a writer?

Gracen: My 6th grade English teacher, Mrs. Syler, gave us a homework assignment where we had to write a play. I was distraught by the assignment and sure I’d flunk. I’d never written anything like this before. But when I started crafting the story about Atlantis rising from the ocean to take over the world, I had the best time! We had to share our story with everyone in class and as a group we picked the favorite three to be acted out by classmates. Mine was one of the three picked by the class. I remember being shocked that everyone liked my story, but I was excited too. I’ve been addicted to writing ever since. I wrote stories and poetry all through high school, but didn’t get serious about writing a book until my early thirties.

If you could any genre what would it be?

Gracen: I’d pick the ones I already do…paranormal urban fantasy romance, paranormal erotic romance, and I just recently wrote a contemporary new adult.

Are there new projects that you have planned you can tell us that are coming up?

Gracen: I just finished a new adult romance titled Rockin the Heart. It’s the first story in the Hot Wired series. It’ll be released on January 21, 2014. I’m extremely excited about this book. New adult is a genre that is out of my comfort zone. I wasn’t even interested in writing it, but my best friend harassed me to give the genre a try. When I caved to the idea, the storyline filled my head like the characters had been waiting for me to tell their story. I fell in love with these characters. OMG did I fall in love with them! Since writing “the end”, I have suffered the worst book hangover, worse than any of my other books. I’m also working on the fourth book in the Road to Hell series.

P.S. thanks for every blush in the book and the fact I can’t look at a strawberry the same *wink* *love*

Gracen: Ha! That is the one scene that gets the most comments. I didn’t even plan to write it, but rather those strawberries wrote themselves into the scene. Then I worried it went too far for folks…as if the entire book wasn’t pushing reader’s limits. LOL

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