Joel Beckett is blessed. He’s popular with the ladies, a star on the football field, and worshiped by everyone on campus.
Including Walker Cain.
Only Walker’s worship has crossed the line, driving him to invoke ancient magic that binds them together in an inescapable downward spiral. Now reality is shifting, and with each new life Joel is forced to watch Walker steal away another of the blessings he’d always taken for granted.
It’s never enough. Cursed blood runs hot, and with every turn of the spiral, Walker breathes the seductive words that Joel can’t resist. The words that could drag them both into hell.
I’d like to introduce Rowan McBride who kindly subjected himself to my annoying questions for a second time (^_^).
1) What inspired you to write the book?
“Want Me” was actually started as a present to my friend and rival. He’s big into Muscle Theft as a genre, and even though I’d never written a theft story before, I gave it a shot to relieve some of the stress he was feeling at the time. He said it worked, so that’s good.
2) Name the best sex scene in the work and explain what about it makes it so hot.
When Walker and Joel are nearly mirror images of each other physically. They’re going in opposite directions, but that moment is tense and dark and sexy as hell as they look at each other eye to eye.
3) If the book was a color—which color would it be and why.
Hmm. Black, maybe? That’s the color of the spiral that holds Joel and Walker in its grip.
4) Which character do you most resemble and why?
The story revolves around Joel and Walker, and I don’t think I resemble either of them very much. There’s a character named April that’s based on an insane conglomeration of all my friends, though. 🙂
5) Which character would you bed? (^_^)
Joel, when he’s all poetic and angsty and has no idea he looks like a rock star.
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