Genre: Erotic Romance
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Date of Publication: 27 July 2017
Word Count: 40,000 words.
Cover Artist: Boroughs Publishing Group
Tagline: When they met night, he dominated her. When he walks into her photography classroom morning, the question is, who’s in charge.
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Women beg Wes Oliver to dominate them in darkness. In the light, he’s finally getting his life back on track. College is priority number one—until he finds his new professor is the delicious Sub who ran out on him last weekend, a brilliant and mature beauty nothing like the girls who usually kneel before him. Suddenly, this is no longer just about pleasure. This is about his heart.
Aimee Eastman has rules. Rules for herself. Rules for her college photography students. Rules for the partners she submits to at private BDSM house parties. Then the hot young Dom who topped her last weekend walks into her classroom and all boundaries fly out the window—or would if she could just give up control. Like she wants. Like she needs. Then she and Wes might share forever.
About the Author:
Sionna Fox has been writing stories her whole life. Her first book was about dinosaurs, and according to her mother, it was adorable. Sionna was late to the romance game, but hasn’t looked back since picking up the habit and firmly believes romance novels can save your life. She lives in New England with her very patient husband and a very put-upon dog.
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Interview with Sionna Fox
Interview with Sionna Fox
Where do you get inspiration for your stories?
It tends to start with snippets of conversation going on in my head, then I expand from there. I use Gwen Hayes’s Romancing the Beat to create a basic plot outline once I start to get a better idea of to whom the voices in my head belong. Also, I really like an idea I picked up from Damon Suede at a conference workshop, of using a single verb and its synonyms to build a character’s motivation.
How did you do research for your book?
For Dark Rooms, I pulled from my own background. My degree focus—my college didn’t have majors—was photography. It’s been a while since I spent time in a darkroom, so I still had to do research. Instructables are great for getting an idea of what the process is of making or building just about anything.
Do you have another profession besides writing?
I’ve done a number of things to pay the bills, but right now I work in a restaurant.
If you could go back in time, where would you go?
I think I’d rather skip forward than back. The past wasn’t kind to most women, the present still isn’t to many. I’d rather look to the progress we make in the future.
What is your next project?
I have an F/F short story coming out in an anthology centered around musicians. After that, I don’t have any releases scheduled yet, but I’ll be back to work on a project that is near and dear to my heart that I hope will be out in the world sometime soon.