It’s a weird conversation opener that typically gets me a lot of strange looks and awkward questions. At some point, people are bound to ask me whether I write a guy and a girl, two guys, or one of those ménages. They almost never ask if I write two women.
I write all of the above. I tend toward M/F and F/F, but have written M/M and several ménage combinations. I do what my characters tell me to do. It sounds ridiculous when I say it, but it’s true. In my opinion, love is universal. It doesn’t matter to me who the character falls in love with (as long as there is plenty of drama). They tell me who they are and what they want. It’s my job to make sure they can find their perfect match.
I know parents aren’t mean to have favorites (I view my books a bit like my children) but my F/F pairings are some of my favorite. There is something about taking two female characters and throwing them together that seems to stir up a whole pot of trouble. Any woman with a best friend knows that when two women get a long together and click, there are bound to be sparks—even if they aren’t romantic ones. When you add sexual attraction to that, well, look out!
GIVEAWAY: An e-copy of Love Letters Volume 1: Obeying Desire (which includes my F/F story C is for Curious)
About the Author
Emily Cale is a self-proclaimed coffee addict. Unfortunately, late nights of sipping cappuccinos left her awake late into the night. Alone and bored, she decided to try her hand at those dirty stories. She’s now addicted to several other things, including finding new ways to torture her characters, discovering new sexual positions and getting words on the page. You can find her on website, Twitter or Facebook.
For the Grand Prize Giveaway, I (Nix) will be giving away ten of my top LGBT books. These books will be gifted via All Romance as the books are available to readers on all the types of eReaders (you just need to sign up for a free account to access the books and you can send them directly). If you have any of the books and you win the prize, speak to me and I’ll see what else I can do.
The books are (and there are substitutions available for people who have copies)…
- With a Kiss by Kim Dare (MM)
- Hot Head by Damien Suede (MM)
- By the Book by Scarlett Parrish (MM)
- The Dom With a Safeword by Cari Silverwood (FFM)
- Starfish and Coffee by Kele Moon (MM)
- How Sweet it is – Melissa Brayden (FF)
- Fatal Shadows – Josh Lanyon (MM)
- Faith and Fidelity – Tere Michaels (MM)
- How to Love – Kelly Jamieson (FMM)
- Cut and Run – Abigail Roux (MM)
- Paperback Tread Marks & Trademarks by SA McAuley