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Welcome everyone to For Whom The Books Toll!! Today is Wednesday and you know what that means. It's Author Wednesday time and my guest today is the very talented Zenobia Renquist!!!!
Zenobia: Today we’re with Lexie, Mr. Malena and Mr. Dani of Wine Service by Zenobia Renquist—a Contemporary Erotica title that introduces the Professional Courtesy Series and is coming soon to Musa Publishing’s new Eros imprint. Welcome and thanks for joining us.
Lexie: Happy for the break, believe me.
Zenobia: /chuckles/ After reading about your day job, I’m sure. The men didn’t let you get a moment’s rest, did they?
Dani: No apologies. She loved every second of it.
Malena: And it wasn’t us that kept her from resting. If you ever heard dear Lexie beg, you would be reluctant to stop as well.
Zenobia: Tempting but I can’t afford Lexie’s starting price. What was it again? Five hundred forty dollars?
Lexie: To start. That’s for the initial wine service—hence the title of the story. Anything beyond costs more.
Dani: You definitely want to fork over the money for the more.
Zenobia: So I read. But enough about that. I want to hear from Lexie about all this. Lexie, did you think your life would be changed so much by working overtime to cover a friend’s shift?
Lexie: Not even. Sometimes I still wonder if I dreamt the whole thing. Who expects a routine call to housekeeping to turn into sex?
Malena: Anyone coming to room eighteen-fifteen.
Lexie: Well yeah, I know that now. I didn’t back then. Just so we’re clear, I’m not complaining about how things turned out. That was the best and most nerve-wracking day of my life.
Dani: Here I thought the most nerve-wracking day was our little rendezvous in the elevator. Or maybe I’m mistaking all that shaking you were doing for anxiety when it was really excitement.
Zenobia: I have to agree with Lexie, Mr. Dani. Don’t spoil things for the readers.
Dani: I like to think of it as teasing the readers.
Zenobia: You did that in spades. I needed a cold shower after reading your story.
Dani: You’re welcome.
Zenobia: Tell us about this series for which your story is the start. Professional Courtesy usually means showing consideration to someone in the same job—like that old joke about sharks not eating lawyers out of professional courtesy.
Lexie: It does mean that yes. In this instance the author took the words for their individual meanings rather than what the phrase usually means together. Professional—meaning a person doing a particular job. Courtesy—meaning indulgence. The series is all about women and men working their normal nine-to-five jobs when a request for special services lands them in a sexual situation.
Zenobia: I am so looking forward to the next professional being courteous, if that’s the case. Any hints about who that would be?
Malena: I have it on good authority that Franceska’s nephew is supposed to make an appearance in one of the stories to come.
Lexie: Franceska is my boss and I didn’t know about that. I wonder if we’ll see her again in that story.
Malena: Only Ms. Renquist knows for sure. Suffice to say, he has an interesting arrangement with his assistant that I’m sure the readers will enjoy as much as they’ll enjoy Wine Service.
Zenobia: You are all teases. I love it. Well I, for one, can’t wait for the next book. If it’s anything like Wine Service, I’ll need to get my ice bath ready. Thank you so much for taking time out to visit.
Lexie: Thanks for having us.
Dani: What she said.
Malena: My pleasure.
Readers can get their e-copy of Wine Service starting 29 August. Learn more about Eros—the new Erotica imprint of Musa Publishing—during the Facebook launch party scheduled for 15 August (this Friday) from 9AM to 10PM eastern. The event grand prize is a Kindle HD 7”. See you there: https://www.facebook.com/events/844349402244510/
She offers satisfaction above and beyond what is requested.
Lexie's job as a housekeeper at a five-star hotel doesn't normally include the unique and risqué form of room service that important hotel guest Mr. Malena has requested, nor the generous tip he's offered. Lexie can't resist, and what should have been a one-time thing turns into an introduction into the sensual world of customer satisfaction. She finds much enjoyment in her "work," but is it worth risking her job?
Learn more about Wine Service (Coming 29 August):
Learn more about Zenobia Renquist:
Website – http://zenobiarenquist.com
Blog – http://blog.dreneebagby.com/
Twitter – http://twitter.com/ZenobiaRenquist
Thanks again Zenobia for bringing Lexie, Mr. Malena and Mr. Dani by today for an interview. It was most interesting.
I hope everyone enjoyed the interview and learning more about Wine Service today. Please stop back next Wednesday when Tina Donahue will be here!!