Friday, October 14, 2016

Chained to the Tiger’s Bed By Kelex!!

Chained to the Tiger’s Bed Kelex


Chained
to the Tiger’s Bed
Kelex

Release Date: October 1, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-945193-55-2

Categories: Gay, Shifters, BDSM

Flame: 5
Price: $2.99

Book Description:

What’s
ten million to a multi-billionaire, when he wants someone worth much more?

When Dylan Howell is handed over
to a ruthless tiger to pay his father’s business debt, he’s sure his life is
over.  He won’t be used and abused as a
sexual slave to the shifter, no matter how much he craves Jameson Ravensworth’s
touch.

Jameson knows the omega lion is
his from the minute the man walks into his office.  The money means nothing to him, not when
something he desires more is offered up to him.

Dylan struggles to fend off
Jameson and his wicked lusts.  The lion
soon learns the depths of Jameson’s dark delights as well as senses his own
depravity.  As his body is tormented, he
grows closer to the tiger, but how can he fall in love when he’s owned body and
soul?




I was writing this very boring,
very blah post where I skipped about, talking about how much I love Halloween…
which led me to how much I love all the creatures who go bump in the night… and
then on to my love of the Immortals After Dark series… and on to how I met
Kresley Cole at RT in New Orleans…

And then, I realized it was a
total snoozefest, deleted the lot of it (you’re welcome), and then focused on
the part that really interested me—New Orleans. (Sorry, KC is absolutely
amazing, but if we’re talking Halloween, then it’s NOLA all the way!)

Show of hands—who’s been to the
French Quarter?

It’s one of my absolute favorite
places on earth and when you’re there, you can feel the thick, rich past
comingling with the paranormal hovering on the other side of the veil.  No doubt about it, the place is creepy in the
best kind of way. 

Past and present merge in the
Crescent City.  From the amazing
architecture, the jazz music you can hear from just about every corner, to the
hundreds of dead resting under the boiling sun and tempting you for a visit—the
city’s rich supernatural history is just waiting to be undug.

One of my favorite spots in town
are the city of the dead.  NOLA’s
cemeteries are a wonderfully eerie places to visit, no matter the time of year,
but on All Hallow’s Eve, the dead seem to grow impatient with the living.  You can sense their desire to reach through
and touch life once more.

And perhaps some do.

Voodoo, Hoodoo,
and Catholicism blend together to create the city’s own allegory.  There is no place like it in the world.  No wonder so many paranormal authors use it
as a backdrop for their stories.  The
wild and the weird are the norm in NOLA, and what better place for an alpha
werewolf or a tiger shifter to hide amongst humans?

The city has found its way into
several of my books and after writing this post, I just might have to write
another.

I’m kicking myself in the arse at
the moment, because Chained to the Tiger’s Bed might have been more fun if it
had taken place in New Orleans instead of New York.  What was I thinking?



About
the Author:

Kelex is a bestselling gay
erotica author, writing contemporary to fantasy to sci-fi and everything
between.

Living in the south, Kelex
swelters at the laptop, writing spicy tales to the sound of soulful jazz music
in the background.

For more information on other
books by Kelex, please visit www.kelexerotica.blogspot.com



































HTML Code Chained to the Tiger’s Bed Kelex


Chained
to the Tiger’s Bed
Kelex

Release Date: October 1, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-945193-55-2

Categories: Gay, Shifters, BDSM

Flame: 5
Price: $2.99

Book Description:

What’s
ten million to a multi-billionaire, when he wants someone worth much more?

When Dylan Howell is handed over
to a ruthless tiger to pay his father’s business debt, he’s sure his life is
over.  He won’t be used and abused as a
sexual slave to the shifter, no matter how much he craves Jameson Ravensworth’s
touch.

Jameson knows the omega lion is
his from the minute the man walks into his office.  The money means nothing to him, not when
something he desires more is offered up to him.

Dylan struggles to fend off
Jameson and his wicked lusts.  The lion
soon learns the depths of Jameson’s dark delights as well as senses his own
depravity.  As his body is tormented, he
grows closer to the tiger, but how can he fall in love when he’s owned body and
soul?




I was writing this very boring,
very blah post where I skipped about, talking about how much I love Halloween…
which led me to how much I love all the creatures who go bump in the night… and
then on to my love of the Immortals After Dark series… and on to how I met
Kresley Cole at RT in New Orleans…

And then, I realized it was a
total snoozefest, deleted the lot of it (you’re welcome), and then focused on
the part that really interested me—New Orleans. (Sorry, KC is absolutely
amazing, but if we’re talking Halloween, then it’s NOLA all the way!)

Show of hands—who’s been to the
French Quarter?

It’s one of my absolute favorite
places on earth and when you’re there, you can feel the thick, rich past
comingling with the paranormal hovering on the other side of the veil.  No doubt about it, the place is creepy in the
best kind of way. 

Past and present merge in the
Crescent City.  From the amazing
architecture, the jazz music you can hear from just about every corner, to the
hundreds of dead resting under the boiling sun and tempting you for a visit—the
city’s rich supernatural history is just waiting to be undug.

One of my favorite spots in town
are the city of the dead.  NOLA’s
cemeteries are a wonderfully eerie places to visit, no matter the time of year,
but on All Hallow’s Eve, the dead seem to grow impatient with the living.  You can sense their desire to reach through
and touch life once more.

And perhaps some do.

Voodoo, Hoodoo,
and Catholicism blend together to create the city’s own allegory.  There is no place like it in the world.  No wonder so many paranormal authors use it
as a backdrop for their stories.  The
wild and the weird are the norm in NOLA, and what better place for an alpha
werewolf or a tiger shifter to hide amongst humans?

The city has found its way into
several of my books and after writing this post, I just might have to write
another.

I’m kicking myself in the arse at
the moment, because Chained to the Tiger’s Bed might have been more fun if it
had taken place in New Orleans instead of New York.  What was I thinking?



About
the Author:

Kelex is a bestselling gay
erotica author, writing contemporary to fantasy to sci-fi and everything
between.

Living in the south, Kelex
swelters at the laptop, writing spicy tales to the sound of soulful jazz music
in the background.

For more information on other
books by Kelex, please visit www.kelexerotica.blogspot.com












































































































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