Paranormal Romance/Supernatural Erotica
Release Date: 1/17/18
Forced to care for her grieving father, Annabelle Davis makes her first mistake. She gives up what little control she does have. She’s taken from her childhood home, her friends, and her horse, Miracle. Her only hope is for her long-time boyfriend to follow her to Miami.
The cruelty of her peers drives her to a darkness that she can’t escape. Meeting Marco, Annabelle begins to play with other possibilities. Exhausted from trying to be everything she should be, she makes a life altering decision that she can’t take back. With no control and no way out, her life hangs in the balance as she scrambles to set things right.
Giving in to her demons is looking better and better each day.
Devastated is a Supernatural Erotic story following a young woman torn between taking care of her widower father and being with the man she thinks she loves. Darkness and mystery surround Annabelle as she fights for control over her own soul! The power of good is stronger than evil, right?
DISCLAIMER: This book is meant for people 18 years and older. The characters in this story are purely from my imagination. Any names, businesses, or towns do not represent any real entity. This book contains content that is not for the easily offended. Some situations may be too intense for some. Foul language and descriptions within this book are intended as entertainment for mature adults.
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I try to change my face, opting for more of a dead-eye look, one that I see in most of the other patients on this floor. His stare is burning through me. He sees more than I want him too. I know now that his role in this hospital is much more than just the attending doctor for this floor.
“No need, I can take over for you.” He moves toward my bed.
“I’m finished. She’s all calm now.”
“No, this little busybody needs some time to think.”
His sneer, peeling off his normally soft disposition, his true sinister self peeks through behind his yellow eyes. I reach for Yolanda’s scrubs. She pulls away and shakes her head in a soft side to side motion. Her warning is heard loud and clear. She stands to face Him. She says nothing of his change, but I know she knows.
Yolanda stands at the door, her lips moving at a feverish pace with no sound. Dr. Antosh stands over me pointing for me to lay back. He pulls a set of restraints from his jacket pocket, attaching them to the link on the underside of my cot. He pulls the padded cuffs up around the sides of my bed, placing each of my wrists and ankles inside. Yolanda’s hands are clenched in fists at her side, her lips still moving. He pulls a small syringe from his pocket, flips it needle up and thumps it. He slides the waistband of my pants below my hip and injects the serum into me. Her silence at the door, an ominous pretense, as He stands and walks toward the door. It shuts and locks.
Yolanda’s face is in the window. She mouthes the words be strong before she disappears from view.
There’s still enough light in my room from the high windows on the wall above me. With the entire floor on lock down, there’s no noise from the halls. I see the occasional random nurse’s face in my window. But, I’m left shackled to my bed with no human contact. My eyes are becoming heavy. My vision blurs.
I count the cinder blocks of the walls. I hum Mom’s lullaby. Anything to keep my consciousness, focusing on anything at all. I recount my last interaction with Marco. I wish I would’ve kissed him on the beach that day. I feel the medicine setting in as the room grows darker. I try to think of the happy things as I lose the light. I think about Marco’s eyes. About his lips that night on the pier. The words he said to me, to kiss you is like seeing stars. I see him in an ethereal form, floating above me. The medicine is winning the fight.
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About the Author:
London Michelle is a housewife and mother of four. She spends her days looking after her family. But after dark, with the curtains pulled and the lights down low, she writes stories that will ignite your fantasies and pull you into new worlds.
She currently has a series published and has several WIPs. She writes Erotica and some sub-genres in that category such as Taboo, BDSM, and Supernatural/Paranormal.
London also enjoys Live Write Events and connecting with fellow authors. She’s an avid reader and likes to give back to the Author Community by Beta-Reading for close friends.
Thanks for doing an interview! Could you tell our readers a little bit about your writing journey?
I’d love too. Well, I started just trying to pass the time, when my oldest children were infants. There was a lot of down time in the evenings. So, I wrote. Overtime, I began more confident in my abilities, letting family and friends read my stories. Fast-forward about 10 years and here we are!
How many books do you currently have published?
I have a total of 5 books published. Four of them are in my Wine Tasting Series: Sweet Summer Wine, Simply Bittersweet, Early Harvest, and Liquid Cashmere. It’s a fast-paced, fast read Erotica series. And now Devastated.
What has been your favorite book to write so far? Why?
Definitely Devastated. I have lived and breathed this story for nearly two years. I have a compulsive editing tick. So, while the story did not take that long to write, but my constant second guessing and editing did! hahahaha
Are you currently working on a book? Will this be your next release?
Devastated, Book 1 of the Slaughtered Souls Series releases on January 17th, 2018. My current works in progress are The Journal of Emory Tate and Desolated, Book 2 of the Slaughtered Souls Series.
What do you enjoy most about writing?
The escape! Just the same as reading, I emerge myself in the world that I’m writing! I meet new people, travel to new places… It’s like a mini vacation in my mind!
Do you ever get writer’s block? If so, how do you deal with it?
I absolutely get writer’s block! That’s actually how my Wine Tasting Series was born. I was working on Devastated and got stuck. I put it down and opened a brand new document. After a couple weeks, I had Sweet Summer Wine, Book 1.
Have you ever had one of your characters to take a twist you weren’t expecting and surprise you?
That’s the fun part! In the beginning, I let my OCD run things. I was meticulous. I planned every step the characters would make. Let me tell you, this led to flat characters and a boring story line. So I quit. I don’t plan and I don’t outline. I let the characters tell me when they want to go.
Which of your characters is your personal favorite? Least favorite? Why?
My favorite is Violetta! She’s a purple-haired, French vixen. You’ll get to meet her in The Journal of Emory Tate. She’s sexy! She’s subtly powerful! And can take a man to his knees with a simple look!
Least favorite? Hmmm, I guess that would have to have been Amber, the stepmother, in the Wine Tasting Series… she took on the traits of someone I would never want to personally know.
So far, what has been your favorite scene to write?
Oooooooo… that’s a good one! Definitely the elevator scene in Devastated. I actually creeped myself out in that one.
What lessons have you learned since becoming a writer? Do you have any tips for new writers?
Do not expect your first book to be amazing! I wrote multiple stories before I ever began publishing and I still have a lot to learn. As for tips, find yourself another author (published or Indie) that you love. Read their work, follow them on social media. You’d be surprised at how many authors will take time out of their schedules to mentor you! I have one that mentors me!
If you were to recommend your books to a stranger, which book would you advise them to start with? Why?
Devastated, hands down! This is by far, my favorite story I’ve ever written.
Do you have any extras you’d like to share, like a teaser about an upcoming new release, a summary of a deleted scene, or a teaser about a surprising plot twist or character?
How about a tiny blurb of The Journal of Emory Tate? It will belong to the Atrocious Enterprise series I have planned! Are you up for a little dominant delicious-ness? Emory Tate is arrogant, cocky, and dominant. He knows what he wants, and he’ll do what he needs to get it. His fetishes control him, landing him in the company of a Therapist. While he follows her directions for him to keep a journal, this isn’t exactly what she had in mind. Join Emory through his musings as he transforms himself and the lives around him, not always for the better.
Now it’s time to get to know you! What are some of your favorite books to read?
My guilty pleasure are Vampires and Werewolves…although I have not written them, yet! Maybe in the future… who knows?
What about television shows? Movies?
I rarely watch television, but when I do, it’s reality television. I love the Little Women shows, Dance Moms, Bring It…
Is there a book that you have read that you feel has made a big impact on your life? Why?
The Hobbit and Trainspotting! I hated reading when I was younger. My English teacher would assign book report after book report. I would barely skate by with mediocre understandings of the books. Finally, me teacher pointed me in the direction of both of those books! They changed the way I looked at reading forever.