Sunday, August 26, 2012

Margie Church - and contest

 Redz  World Welcomes Margie Church!

She is going to talk to us about Razor. 





blurb of the book:  Razor by Margie Church and K.B. Cutter
Amy and Bryce don't live the Dominant/submissive lifestyle, but Bryce acts every bit the Dom in the bedroom. And Amy's had enough. Enlisting her best friend Raine's help is a drastic move. Will inviting Raine into her marriage destroy it? How will she cope when Bryce and Raine, a Domme, become intimate?

Though Bryce doubts he'll ever become a switch, he's determined to make Amy happy. Months later, he struggles to keep an emotional distance from Raine. His journey of self-awareness is anything but predictable or vanilla.

After only a few scenes with Bryce, Raine's roles as Domme and best friend blur. Her ideals about love and marriage shift. She questions her own motives at every turn. Can she get out of this relationship triangle unscathed?

Three people with different motives come together to form a very contemporary relationship. Who will get what they want, and who will be forever changed?

Razor is a very contemporary story that explores the BDSM lifestyle in ways readers don't typically get to read about. Some people successfully have multiple partners while in the confines of committed relationships. In Razor, Amy and Bryce are two such people. Their story isn't about finding kinky new ways to fix something that's broken. They are happy together and absolutely in love. As the book opens, the reader doesn't get the sense that what Amy is asking is that dramatic a change for Bryce. But everyone knows that when love and sex are combined, there's no way to keep things uncomplicated. As the story unfolds, so do hidden emotions and motives. Razor is definitely a book that will make you think while you read it wearing oven mitts. Watch for the second book in the series this winter - Razor: Desire's Edge.

CONTEST: What would it take to make a polyamorous or multiple-partner relationship work within the confines of a committed pairing. Give me your thoughts and you could win this exciting BDSM romance.



Margie Church



5 comments:

Debby said...

I think they all need to be giving and there cannot be jealousy.
debby236 at gmail dot com

Margie Church said...

Hi Debby, thanks for visiting. I agree...but I have to wonder how many of us could actually do it....

desitheblonde said...

well it would have to be 50/50 and then you have to have th man and w one to agree on the things that are going to happen if the husband bring a women in ot they ahve to share the respect of his wife or other partner

desithelbonde@msn.com

Julianne Keller said...

I love the sound of Razor, it's unique and new. You are a new author for me and I'll be going to your website for more information.
I think the first thing is trust. If a couple is going to bring in a third, the couple must first trust each other and have a lot of communication between them. And then there should be some trust for the third person.
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Tina said...

DESITHEBLONDE you are the winner will pass your email on to Margie so yo ucna get your prize