FANTASY FOR SALE RE-RELEASE SPOTLIGHT!!



HELLO FRIENDS, I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS POST, IT IS FINALLY RE-RELEASE DAY FOR ONE OF MY FAVORITE BOOKS, FANTASY FOR SALE, BY SAGE MARLOWE IS WONDERFUL, AND IF YOU HAVEN'T READ IT, NOW IS THE TIME TO DO SO! I HAVE MY REVIEW, THE BUY LINKS, AN EXCERPT, AUTHOR BIO AND LINKS, AND AS A SPECIAL TREAT, I AM INCLUDING THE INTERVIEW I DID WITH SAGE FOR HIS FIRESIDE CHAT LAST WINTER (YOU WILL LOVE IT!) SO LET'S GET STARTED:




OH THIS IS JUST BEAUTIFUL, AND PERFECT FOR THIS BOOK!


                                      Fantasy For Sale by: Sage Marlowe
                                                               reviewed by: Becky

Cam is young, sinfully sexy and willing to play without limits, a combination which makes him a fantasy turned to flesh for men and women alike - and he's for sale.

Nate is curious when it comes to carnal delights but hasn't found the right man to explore his desires with.

When a friend buys Nate a few hours of pleasure with Cam, it's not much of a surprise that Nate ends up intrigued. He keeps coming back for more and the attraction between them appears to be mutual but while Nate finds himself falling for the sexy hooker, Cam makes no secret of the fact that for him, sex is just a job.

Determined to win him over, Nathan tries to show him that sex is about more than physical satisfaction but Cam's walls seem impenetrable until a dramatic event forces him to reveal some of his secrets and Nate begins to understand that Cam pays more than just the price for the reality behind the fantasy.






This being a Sage Marlowe book, I knew I would love it, I just didn't realize how invested my heart would get into this story. Cam is a shattered soul, scared of his feelings, and believing  that he doesn't deserve to be happy because of events in his past. You will feel for this character, as he has emotional wounds that are seemingly too deep to heal.

 It turns out sweet, loving Nate may be just the man to make Cam see that he is, in fact, worth something, and worth fighting for.  Sage Marlowe invests a little of himself in his characters it seems, because you feel like they are so complex and real that you could reach out and touch them, a rare skill indeed! This book will have you rooting for Nate, crying for Cam, and it will reinforce the notion that when love is real, it is worth the effort to hold onto it.      

I hope you will grab this book friends, you will turned inside out emotionally, but man is this read totally worth it! Thank you Sage for showing us that everyone has someone that thinks they matter.


                                                 the 5 whipped cream rating ;p

OH YOU ALREADY KNOW I DID THE WHIPPED CREAM RATING FOR A GOOD (VERY SEXY) REASON :)! HERE ARE THE BUY LINKS:

AMAZON BUY LINK

AMAZON UK BUY LINK

ARe BUY LINK

NOW FOR A TASTY EXCERPT FOR YOU: :p

I unglued myself from him and he stalked off across the tiny room to the screen that shielded his bed from view. “Got water or something around?” I called after him. My throat was dry and rough like sandpaper and I didn’t want to risk a very unsexy coughing fit. “Sure. There’s water and juice in the fridge.” He sounded amused and as I looked at him, I found him leaning on the screen, smiling. “What?” He shook his head. “Nothing. You’re cute. Make sure to tell that drink to have you in bed by ten, will you?” “Wha- Ha-ha.” I rolled my eyes. “I’ll be there well before that. How about you move your arse over there now and I’ll follow you in a few?” “Sounds good to me.” He blew me a kiss and disappeared behind the screen.

 I could hear the rustle of clothes being removed and had to remind myself that I’d regret not getting that drink now. When I opened the fridge to get out the water, I noticed that there wasn’t much else in there. There was, however, a tin of whipped cream in it. I didn’t waste time on wondering what Noel would do with that, just grabbed it. I had a vague idea what I would like to do with it, and although I wasn’t sure what Noel would think of that, I decided to try my luck. I wanted to play with him. He was trained to come whenever it was required of him, but I was determined that this time, he would come simply because he couldn’t hold back. He would come because I was going to make him. I wanted him to lose control, the way he made me feel powerless whenever he was around me.

TOLD YOU IT WAS SEXY, JUST WAIT TILL THE NEXT PART! ;)! NOW FOR A SHORT BIO ON SAGE AND HIS SOCIAL LINKS: 





Sage is a multi-published author of MM erotic romance novels and novellas and loves exploring the flavours of gay erotic fiction. 

A willing slave to all the fascinating guys who keep queuing up and want their stories told, Sage can almost always be found cooking up the next hot story or daydreaming about new ways of rubbing sexy male bodies together to make the sparks fly.








USE THOSE LINKS PEOPLE, YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID! NOW HERE IS THE INTERVIEW I PROMISED: ENJOY, WE HAD A BLAST GETTING IT TOGETHER :)


Bec-Hello there friends and fellow readers, I am here with one of my favorites today, the wonderful Sage Marlowe, I am so glad to be able to ask him a few questions, let's get started shall we?

Hi Bec, thank you so much for having me on your blog!

Bec- I am so glad you are here!

1. It is no secret that I am a huge fan of your work, and I, and I am sure others, would love to know if you have an actual writing process once you get an idea for a book.

Thank you, Bec, that's very kind. I wouldn't say I have an actual writing process as such. When my Muse is in a good mood, I try to indulge him as much as I can and write a first draft. The story usually develops as I write it, so that first draft needs to be thoroughly revised. After that, it's a few more rounds of reading and editing until I'm happy with the result.

Bec- I think that writing while the iron is hot so to speak, is the way to go, the emotion is higher then! Great idea, you can always go back and edit, so that works.

2. Some of your books deal with issues that are mental and emotional, do you research certain conditions to get into as much detail as you do about them? For example: Stockholm Syndrome, I had heard of it, but after reading the book I found that I knew a lot more than I did and wanted to know even more!

I've always been interested in psychology and certain mental conditions, so in a way, I've already done research on some of the issues I write about. I do like to get the facts right but my stories focus on my characters' personalities and emotional developments, so I will do as much research as necessary to create a credible basis but without turning my stories into textbooks.

Bec- It certainly shows that you are passionate about your characters and what makes them tick. I recently re read Roses and Thorns, and there were things I picked up on the second time that I didn't the first, a great author can do that, make it fresh and wonderful every time!

3.Do you approach a book idea knowing it is going to be a series, or does it just evolve that way?

Hmm. It’s funny you should ask that. It seems that so far, whenever I started a story as a standalone, it would eventually become a series while series I planned have yet to be completed. For instance, the Romeo & Julian series was only ever meant to be a one-book thing, but turned into five volumes, the Nightmares turned out to be six, although that was a request by my publisher, and even my first published book, Sub-Mission, has two sequels. One of them is Re-Submission, which was just re-released through my own publishing label. Incidentally, I’ve also had a sequel to Re-Submission planned for about two years and will hopefully finally be able to write it next year.

Bec-I can't wait for that, as you know, I have read and reviewed quite a few of your books, and the ones that are not a series, so could be, it is a gift to be able to write stories that people never want to end, I know I don't!

4. You translate books into German, is that more of a release for you than writing, or are they on an even plain?

Writing and translating are two very different things, at least when it comes to translating other authors' books. Most authors have an individual style—their own voice, so to speak—and I aim to maintain that voice in a translation, which means the writer in me sits back and takes a nap when I translate. Writing my own stories is a much bigger release and, in a way, my kind of therapy.

Bec- That I can understand, like purging the mind of a sort, I am sure that to edit and translate requires you to be on all the time, whereas writing your own material, you can kind of zone out and let it happen.

5. I know you are very busy with home life and work, but do you ever just like to relax with a good book and let all your cares float away?

Absolutely. I have some time set aside for that next year ;)

Bec-Haha, let me know how that goes!

6. You are very personable with your fans, have you ever gotten a question or comment that was way over the top? You don't have to elaborate about the nature, but I bet that can get pretty awkward sometimes!

Ah, there have been a few comments that were way over the top. I’ve had a person I’d never spoken to before call me an a** in response to a perfectly harmless post on Facebook, then there was someone who totally got the wrong end of the stick in a thread on possible themes for books. That, to me, was the more hurtful experience out of the two, because this person lashed out and hit a nerve, but I don’t blame them as they didn’t know any better.
Fortunately, most of my interactions with fans / readers / friends are very positive and I’m usually almost impossible to offend. In fact, I'm a lot more comfortable with people straightforwardly asking what they want to know or speaking their minds than having someone trying to worm an answer out of me or just making assumptions. I am very private about some parts of my life, I’m aware that people have questions, and I don’t blame anyone for being curious—I just reserve the right to decline an answer.

Bec- I am of the mindset that just because people buy your books, and talk to you on facebook doesn't give them the right to be able to ask and know what they want about you. We try not to get to personal, but still find out a bit about the authors, it seems to work well.

7. Is there a one book in particular that you read when you were younger that made you decide to be an author?

I think with pretty much every book I’ve read I wondered what it would be like to be on the other side—not the reader, but the writer of a story, and all of them created the basis, but yes, there is one book in particular that got me started. I won’t elaborate on the reasons, but I will tell you a secret: It’s the book that my fellow writer Jazz Phoenix commented on in the Phoenix-books.

Bec- Ahh got it, I think that we will make that a trivia question for a giveaway, and I didn't even have to think of it! ;)

8. Last one I promise, Every author at some time or another has dealt with writers block, is there a certain method you use to overcome it?

The best way for me to get those creative juices flowing is usually to just not think about writing. Reading a well-written book with engaging characters or watching one of my favourite TV-series will do the trick.

Bec- That is an awesome way to combat writers block! Thanks so much Sage, for joining us for this chat!

Thank you for having me and for the excellent questions, Bec!

AND THERE YOU HAVE IT FRIENDS, THANKS SO MUCH FOR JOINING ME FOR THE FANTASY FOR SALE RE-RELEASE SPOTLIGHT, AND THANK YOU SAGE AS ALWAYS FOR SUCH FANTASTIC WORK!