Screenwriter Jan Darby is planning a blockbuster movie and her paranormal inspiration is a real, live monster. Little does she realize that her muse is planning a seduction that will turn her world upside down.
My Fair Monster from Award winning, paranormal romance author Lila Dubois is Book 2 in her bestselling series, Monsters in Hollywood.
She agreed to everything but sex. She hadn't counted on his monstrous creativity...
Since the day three incredibly hot men in disguise walk into her office and proved Monsters are real, intrepid screenwriter Jane Darby is obsessed with one task: to give the creatures a mythical makeover by writing a revolutionary, blockbuster screenplay. Now if only she can get over her own fear—and get the closed-mouth Michael to talk about his people.
Michael is fascinated by the demure and docile Jane, whose efforts to hold him at arm's length hide an untapped sexual passion—a beast within her, waiting to be set free. There's only one way to get under her lovely skin: strike a bargain.
For one week, she agrees to let him do anything, anything, he wants. But Jane's got conditions. First, no actual sex. Second, she has to enjoy it.
Jane's not really worried. What can happen if he sticks to the bargain? After all, she's not really turned on by the idea of Michael tying her down. Or bending her over his knee. Or...
This erotic paranormal romance contains gargoyle shapeshifters, monsters, and adult themes. My Fair Monster is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
Previously published: (2008) Samhain Publishing
About the author
Lila Dubois is a multi-published, bestselling author of erotic, paranormal and fantasy romance. Her books have been nominated for many awards including RT Book Reviews Erotic Novella for Undone Rebel and the Golden Flogger. Having spent extensive time in France, Egypt, Turkey, Ireland and England Lila speaks five languages, none of them (including English) fluently. Lila lives in Los Angeles and loves receiving email from readers, though she is slow to respond since she recently created a tiny human. Can books featuring secret baby plots be far behind?