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Taken
Jessa Fox
Publication date: February 8th 2016
Genres: Erotica, Romance
Since the moment Chase and Evan spotted Shay,they knew they had to have her. They are best friends, closer, brothers really. They do everything together including women, and they always get what they want.
Once they set their plan she doesn’t stand a chance. She will be theirs, point blank. Period.
There’s no way she’s getting away from what they have in store, and whether she likes it or not, she will be owned by them both.
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SNEAK PEEKS:

“Listen please. I have people who will be looking for me, wondering where I am.”
“None of that matters now, your ours for the taking, to do whatever we want with, so you may as well sit back, relax and enjoy it.”
The lights were dim, but I could still see pretty clearly. There was also a couch place along one wall. Then as I try to sit up, I realize that I can’t because my hands and feet are tied to the bed with tight ropes on my feet and scarves on my hands.
“Hey look Chase, she’s coming to.” I hear a male voice say.
“Yeah, I see. Wake up princess. It’s time to get the party started.”

Author Interview 

What made you want to become a writer?

I have always loved to write since I was a young child. I would always come up with different dramatic scenarios and then act them out. Once I got older and became an avid reader, I started 
reading a lot of mystery and romance and those two were my favorite genres, and that made me start writing my first short stories.

How do you come up with plot ideas?

I think a good plot has a lot of twists and turns to it, but not so many that the reader can’t keep up, but enough to keep things interesting. I usually come up with ideas just thinking about 
scenarios that I think are exciting and would hold my attention if I was reading the story. I also like scenarios that involve an element of taboo or something exotic or unusual. That’s kind of my thing.

How do you create your characters?

I think that characters that are most memorable are those that have a strong backstory that explains why they are who they are, as well as why they react in the way that they do. I also like writing strong characters, especially women. I feel like today there are so many strong female role models to look up to, that are truly inspirations, and I try to write characters that reflect that.

What do you think makes a good erotic romance story?

I think a good romance story has a good plot, unexpected twists, a hero that is sexy, smart but still down to earth, (maybe a little bit kinky) and a heroine who is strong, and knows what she wants. If you have all of those elements, I think it makes for a good fun story.

What do you like most about writing?

I love getting to express my creativity and all of the stories that pop into my mind. I always have a new idea for a story that I look forward to writing. I hope everyone enjoys what I’m doing. 
Telling stories that take the reader into a different reality is something I love to do and if I can do that well, then I’m happy.

Author Bio:
Hi, my name is Jessa Fox. I'm a professional by day and an erotica writer by night. There's nothing I love more than writing all of the smutty stories that are in my head and bringing them to life.I specialize in writing down all the taboo, sexy scenarios that we all wish we could experience, at least once.But maybe that's just me.I'm also a wife and mom, and dutiful member of the Parent's Association. Shh, don't tell.Jessa Fox is my pseudonym, because no one knows about all of the kinky stories and characters I love to create. They would never imagine all of the dirty thoughts running through my mind.I hope you enjoy my stories as much as I love writing them. If you're looking for a quick smutty treat, you came to the right place. 

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