By Jamie K. Schmidt | September 25, 2014 at 10:30 am
Summer is over and it’s back to the routine of school and autumn days. I can look back fondly at all the beach parties and cook outs with friends and family. Thankfully, there will always be night clubs that let us have some rowdy fun indoors once the weather turns chilly. Here are some of my favorite bars and clubs: The Adventurer’s Club – Downtown Disney, Orlando FL. Unfortunately, this club closed in 2008 and lives on only in my memory. But I remember with glee sitting on the bar stool that veeeeery slowly lowered and raised and drinking rum punch from a plastic monkey’s head. Congaloosh! 2. Minus 5° Ice Bar – Las Vegas, NV The temperature is set [...]
The term “erotic romance” perfectly encapsulates what it contains-a blend of compelling story with very sensual, hot sex scenes. As engaging as the story is in LONGING, the second installment in Jamie K. Schmidt’s Club Inferno series, I have to admit that I couldn’t wait to get to the sex scenes, especially when the heroine, Anya Litton, says things like this when talking about her boyfriend, Clint Reyes, a Dom and a stripper: “Let’s see…I could give up amazing sex with a hot Dominant stripper sex god who worships me and wants me in his life for a rich Italian count who dumped me because his mommy told him to. Decisions, decisions. Money doesn’t mean sh*t. I’m staying with Clint.” [...]
Those are six of my book boyfriends that I would gladly give up an evening to spend with. It’s a good thing there’s a lot of these guys to go around otherwise I’d probably have to fight a few people off for someone them. And I’d fight dirty too. Hands off the 998th Lord Commander of the Night Watch, yo’.
The ultimate book boyfriend has doesn’t have to be the Alpha Male, but the majority of them are. The best book boyfriends, at least for me, also have to have a code and live by it—even when it’s not convenient or easy for them to do so. I like a hero to have a weakness for the heroine, that bumps up against the lines he has drawn for himself. And that weakness, which we all know is really strength, allows him to become more—better.
Your Key to Club Inferno In the first book of the Club Inferno series, Mallory is given access to a secret sex society that’s hidden away in her sister’s fashion resort, Couture. This exclusive members’ only dungeon has something for everyone, whether they’re new to the scene or dedicated to the lifestyle. In HEAT, Mallory is given a pin to mark her as a prospective member. But I thought it would fun to make some earrings that would be the key to getting into Club Inferno for fans of the series. These earrings are easy to make. So, if you want to make your own you will need the following materials: two 4mm jump rings, two key beads, two [...]