Thursday, March 31, 2016

Nanea Knott's Remember Me ♥Review & Guest Post♥

Remember Me

Author: Nanea Knott
Series: Sex Demon Series (#1)
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: February 19 2016
Edition/Formats: eBook

Will He Remember?
Greg Stewart is a smart detective. He’s been following suspicious cases from nearby areas. His gut tells him they’re related. He’s assigned to investigate a car accident. Digging into the details, he finds his victim is connected to the cases he’s been following. Now he needs answers. The first person he questions is Willow Harris, a friend of his accident victim. She’s smart, sexy, and definitely hiding something.
Willow Harris is a lonely succubus searching for her mate. He’s the only man who will remember having sex with her. She’s trying to help the sexy detective solve his case, but she has to be careful. Greg is human. He can never know sex demons are not just myth.
Greg keeps pushing for answers. Willow relents and tells him everything knowing that after she sleeps with him, he won’t remember anything she said, or will he?

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Remember me was a first of its kind of read for me. I enjoyed the new material immensely. The story was for me very unique. I have read about succubus before but not as the focus of the book. Willow was an intriguing character. She has to have sex to survive, but she has begun to wish for something more. She is lonely even among all the adoration her kind is prone to get. Greg is a detective trying to find out how all these cases popping up are connected. For both of them it is instant intense and immediate lust and want. It is beyond anything she has ever felt before. 

This book has some seriously hot steamy scenes and some suspense to keep a reader on its toes. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good naughty paranormal romance. 

**** Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received this book for Review from RBTL Book Promotions and the Author.  I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review.  The opinions I have expressed are my own.  I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255:  "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". *****

She walked back to her office and saw that Keely had called her cell phone. It was only nine-thirty in the morning, the stripper was up early.
“Hey Keel, you called?”
“Yes, I did, why didn’t you answer your phone?” Keely asked indignantly.
“That would be because I work when the sun is still in the sky.”
“Bitch, sorry, I’m up too early.”
“I noticed, what’s up?”
“My temperature,” Keely replied.
Willow groaned. It was Keely’s way of saying she was going into heat. The last time Keely was in heat, ten soldiers from the local military base went AWOL for 12 hours. The men were found confused, but unharmed walking along the highway with nothing on but their tidy whiteys and a smile.
“Remember what Marissa told you.” Willow cautioned.
“I know, I know, stay away from the military. But damn, it was fun. You should have seen the one guy…”
“No! I don’t want to hear what you did to the poor man.”
“Oh, come on, live a little would you? You’re stuck, little girl, you need to get out of your rut and find a new man to rut on you.” She laughed at her cleverness.
Willow wasn’t impressed.
“Was there a reason you called other than to annoy me?”
“Yes, there is a meeting tonight. Marissa’s called us in. She wants to talk about the supposed threat against us. It’s going to be at the restaurant in Ballard, you know the one. They are closing it down just for us. The meeting starts at six. We’re eating afterward.” Willow could almost hear Keely smiling. Eating meant food and sex.
“Horndog,” Willow commented.
“Come to mama, baby!” Keely laughed, “I have to go. I need to get back to bed. There’s a naked man in it.”
“You know you’re supposed to kick them out before dawn,” Willow said.
“Quit being such a wet rag. I picked him up this morning. He’s my new next-door neighbor. I’ll do him, put him out, and voila tomorrow I get to do him all over again.”
“Good luck with that.”
“I make my luck baby doll. See you later.”
Willow hung up and shook her head. Keely was nuts, but she was a good friend. If Willow ever needed help, Keely would be there for her. Oh crap, I forgot about my date with Chase.
The meeting was important. She couldn’t skip it. She remembered Todd calling last night to tell her to be careful. How had humans found out about us? She would find out later. She was sad Shelly would miss the meeting, but she would fill her in later.

What is your favorite supernatural being in the male form and who would you like it to be?

You mean I have to choose only one? That’s just wrong.
Since I have to make a choice, I would have to say my favorite is quickly becoming the incubi. Not just because sex demons are the subject of my series but because of why they became the subject of my series. 
What makes sex demons and specifically incubi so fascinating is that there are still women who believe they have been visited by and/or seduced by sex demons. They believe so fiercely that in their minds it has become fact. 
There are no other creatures of myth and fantasy that people in the 21st century still believe have the power to bespell, enthrall, and control us poor hapless humans. It brings a sense a freedom, complete sexual abandonment at the hands of an insatiable lover. Who wouldn’t want that?
Team Incubi!
Who would be my ultimate image of a sexy incubus for me? Joe Manganiello or Hugh Jackman.

Author Information

Nanea Knott is an erotic romance author of short stories, novellas and novels in the Paranormal, and BBW subgenres. She loves to read and write about sexy characters with guts and common sense.

Nanea was born and raised in Hawaii but has called Seattle home for over 15 years. Occasionally she surfaces from the depths of writing to go to work, see her family and friends, and pet her aging cat.

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Remember Me (Book 1)
Unforgettable (Book 2)

Remind Me (Book 3)

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  1. Thank You for Hosting and Reviewing Remember Me by Nanea Knott