Monday, October 24, 2011

Lisa Renee Jones Guest Post

What is your favorite movie?

Every year we watch CHRISTMAS VACATION and I thought I would share my favorite scene. DH and I make a holiday CD to giveaway every year and we include this rant. LOVE it so much.

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I swear I love that more every year. It never gets old. 

Tell me your favorite holiday tradition for your chance to win a goodie bag!

And here's a little something to heat up your holiday

By Lisa Renee Jones

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A Look Inside

The underground vampire population of Austin, Texas has taken to hosting orgies with human women who’ve been forced to indulge in a new aphrodisiac.The drug, Blood Red, is a mixture of a rare type of werewolf blood and that of a vampire. Blood Red creates an insatiable desire for sex in the user to the point of pain in the absence of pleasure. Sometimes that pain leads to death.
Vampire Warden, Aiden Brooks, has spent more than a hundred years enforcing the laws of his race, and life has taught him that anyone that he allows into his world ends up dead. Despite knowing this all too well, having painfully loved and lost in his past, when his search for the creator of Blood Red places coroner Kelly Riggs directly in both his path, and that of a dangerous clan of vampires, his desire for her goes well beyond offering her protection. He’s drawn to her bravery, seduced by her feisty spirit and beauty, but he is determined to resist her, fearing he will put her in harms way. But Kelly is already on the radar of the enemy, and when she gets too close to the evil vampire clan’s secrets, she is given Blood Red. Now Aiden’s hunger for her might be the only thing that can keep her alive but who will save her from him?


When they stood up to head back to the bedroom, he grabbed the empty pizza box and put it in the trash inside her pantry, while she put the plates in the dishwasher. They turned toward each other at the same moment, and he reached out and caught her to keep them from colliding. The touch was hot, electric, consuming. He didn’t even consciously think about what came next. One minute they were staring at each other and the next he was kissing her, or more like devouring her. He lifted her, removing the barrier of his height, allowing himself to deepen the kiss, to taste her more fully. Her legs wrapped around his waist, his hand finding her backside where the shirt had lifted, where a tiny strip of a thong did nothing to cover her. He groaned with the realization, and he knew he should stop now, before he couldn’t think straight, before this went too far. Her hand slid into his hair, caressing his neck, the gentle hunger he felt in her arousing the animal that was his vampire. He could smell her arousal, almost taste the sweetness of her blood again. His gums tingled, and he knew he was in trouble.
Aiden set her down on the counter, intending to pull away, to end this now, but somehow his lips traveled the delicate curve of her neck, his hands the curves of her high, full breasts. His fingers found the stiff peaks of her plump nipples against her thin shirt. She gasped at the intimate touch and then moaned as he tugged the delicate peaks.
Hunger roared inside him and he kissed her again, desperate for an outlet to release the heat building inside him, the need to taste her, the need to drink from her. Sex would satisfy him. He’d lived this. And sex was only sex. It meant nothing. He knew this, he’d lived this so long, maybe too long. But in the far reaches of his mind, he knew Kelly was different, that she was already more than sex. He rejected that idea, and shoved her shirt up her body, then tugged it over her head, and tossed it aside.
Her hands went to the counter behind her, the position lifting her full breasts higher. He pressed her thighs apart, his gaze ravishing the little spec of silk in the V of her body. He leaned into her, his hands went to the counter beside her, their eyes connecting. “You’re beautiful,” he said, one of his hands caressing a path up her stomach, over one of her breasts, teasing the stiff rosy bud of her nipple.
Her lashes fluttered, dark half moons, on pale, perfect skin. “Thank you,” she whispered.
He almost laughed at the polite prim words as she sat in nothing but a black thong on her kitchen counter, and he might have teased her, if not for the urgency growing inside him. His gaze slid over her full red lips, then raked over her lush breasts and puckered nipples, his hands following the same path. He dipped his head, brushed his mouth over hers.
He reached down and slid his fingers over the wet silk between her thighs. “Tell me to stop,” he told her, shoving aside the material and caressing the wet heat of her body. “Tell me to stop before we both forget why this is a bad idea.” He pressed inside her, caressed her.
“I don’t normally just hop on a kitchen counter for a man I just met,” she said breathlessly. “And since I really can’t think right now,” she paused, rocking against his hand, then moaning softly. “Why exactly is this wrong again?”

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  1. Don't enter me but I just wanted to say Thank you Lisa for visiting today.

    My favorite holiday movie would have to be the Santa Clause movies with Tim Allen. They are just so cute

  2. Hi, Lisa. What a great interview....Love your books. Mine favorite tradition,is cooking candy and having family over.I am ususally in the kitchen,so I don't watch much T.V,but it seem to be a time of peace for me and joy..While, I MUST say I LOVE Santa Claus' in any form,animated,figurines,they are so jolly to me,just ask my family...
    GO LISA...

  3. What up Lisa!!!!

    Favorite Tradition would be buying my daughter pajama's. She gets a new pair every Christmas eve. Although I think she like it more when she was younger.

    Love you tons Lisa. Can't wait for book 3 in the Vampire Wardens series. PS (no need to enter me! Just stopping by to show you some love)


  4. I have 2 traditions. 1- We always decorate for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving.(Good way to work of Tday food). 2- I do a 13 days of Christmas for my daughter where I start 13 days before Christmas hiding silly little gifts around the house for her to find each day. I don't know how I will do that this year as she is in college and comes home on weekends only. Christmas is my all time favorite holiday season. If I were rich, you would not be able to move in my house or yard because of the

    koonie2888 at yahoo dot com

  5. Ah, the holidays :) Our family still loves the Peanuts' holiday videos--It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown; A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving; and of course, A Charlie Brown Christmas... Not too many traditions, but we typically decorate Thanksgiving weekend, and do make some sort of treats to share with friends and family in December. I love that you and DH make a holiday CD each year--what a fun way to help get everyone into the spirit!

    Hi, Leagh!

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

  6. Hi Lisa :-)
    I love National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. :-) Always good for a laugh. One thing I usually try to do every year is watch at least one A Christmas Carol version. I love that movie. :-)


  7. Great post! Just wanted to let everyone know that Lisa is having issues getting in to comment but she'll be by as soon as she can.


  8. I LOVE that movie too! I, like many others, am a HUGE FAN of A Christmas Story with Ralphie and his Red Rider BB Gun. The scene where the dogs break in and eat the turkey while the dad has his meltdown is the best.

    Thanks for the fun giveaway.

    joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

  9. Hi Lisa!!

    Christmas Vacation is one of our traditions, along with the tree staying up from the weekend after Thanksgiving through the New Year. We try to make things for friends and family. We do a gingerbread house, and make cookies on Christmas Eve to leave for Santa. We also have a special wrapping paper just from Santa, a new one every year. Presents can't be opened until the whole family is around the tree and they are opened one at a time. =)


  10. My favorite tradition is getting together with all of my family as it is usually the only time of the year that we are all together! We also play board games after we eat and open presents and usually gets pretty rowdy!

  11. That is a funny movie but I think my favorite is the classic It's A Wonderful Life and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. I still love to watch those two movies and I try my best to watch them and other holiday favorites with my kids.

  12. I typed a big long response to everyone and it disappeared:(

  13. @ Lisa...that really stinks. I am sorry my blog is causing so much trouble :( It has never acted this way before.

  14. @ Everyone else...thanks for coming to my blog to visit Lisa. I hope you enjoyed your time here today and yesterday.

  15. That is a must see at our house at Christmas. So is A Christmas Story.

  16. Your book looks great! I love making Christmas cookies while decorating the tree.

    Robin D
    robindpdx (at) yahoo (dot) com


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