Fantastic Fives on Sierra Dafoe
Five phrases or words that describe you:
creative (well, that's the nice word for it, anyway! I've heard 'crazy' a few times :)
Five people and/or things that inspire you:
my electric bills (very good motivator!)
the sound of the wind!
Five of your favorite authors are:
Describe five of your heroes/heroines of your books in your eyes
Problem is, every time I start doing this part, I start thinking about them... and then forget what I was supposed to be doing!
Okay, let's talk about Sean. Sean's the love interest in Sex and the Single Werewolf, and I am totally gone on him. He's gorgeous :) Curly jet-black hair, the kind of dark blue eyes that make you think of midnight skies and deep, deep oceans. Oceans you could drown in... yum! Plus he's not shy, but earnest -- he doesn't fall in love easily, and when he does, that's it. He's very determined. And he's got a great sense of humor!
Then, of course, there's my pleasure slaves from the Devarian books, Merkun and Kantou. Merkun's in Devarian Pleasure-Slave, the 'first' (chronologically) of the Devarian stories. Sensual and stunningly handsome, he nevertheless has a deep rebeliious streak in him -- and is incredibly good in bed :) So good, in fact, he's eventually freed by his owner, the Regent of Porto, and goes on to train the best pleasure-slaves in the galaxy. And the best of these is Kantou. Breathtakingly gorgeous, with long, shimmering, ash-brown hair, Kantou is a natural submissive -- but when he finds the woman he wants, he's absolutely determined to win her love. The love affair between Solyela Devarian and Kantou sparks a rebellion throughout the Nine-Star League, as Soleyla fights to free her beloved Kantou. It's a big story (in fact, it covers the entire trilogy, Exile, Uprising, and Revolution) and a lot of fun!
Then there's my dragons. I couldn't possibly skip my two dragon lords, Darrek and Rand. In The Dragon's Daughter, the two of them, heirs of the two most powerful clans in Djarera, the dragon kingdom, are sent to Earth to find and woo Lara, the princess who's been hidden there all her life. The one who wins her becomes heir to the throne of Djarera. The other will be condemned to banishment.
Rand and Darrek are polar opposites -- Darrek is dark, lean, intense, arrogant. Rand is huge, loyal, kindhearted, and giving. Both are absolutely edible -- poor Lara! How's she ever going to choose? (may we all have such problems, LOL!)
Five reasons to read your books:
Oh my! Let's see:
1) the heroes are yummy
2) they're hot
3) I write cool characters
4) I've never had anyone complain they're boring
5) because if people don't read my books, I starve? Hee!
You can find more about Sierra and her books on www.sierradafoe.com