April 20, 2015

A Taste Of Pain

So my wonderfully bodacious muse stopped by one day last week to see what's what with what. She walked into my den, radiating a heat so volatile that any mere mortal within a five foot radius would be charcoaled, rolled me away from my computer, sat down on my lap and purred, "So, did you fulfill my modest little request?"

I turned and locked eyes with my bodacious curvaceous one. Coughing a couple of times, I said, "I certainly did. Just feast your eyes on this."

Smashwords Interview

She squealed in delight, wrapped her arms tightly around my neck and asked, "For me?"

"You bet your sweet, sensual ass it's for you. This was one of your best portrayals yet. In fact, I was so impressed by your work as Nikia, that I'm going to use you as her again in the next volume in the series."

Weeping tears of joy, she kissed my cheek, jumped out and ran out the den, on her way to parts unknown, but my best guess is somewhere warm, sunny, breezy and 100% private.

Soon to be uploaded for pre-order, this under 100 word synopsis explains it all.

The hotter the humiliation, the more sickening the payback.

Nikia, a demonic spirit escapee from the bowels of Purgatory now residing above ground is being blackmailed by Kevin to turn Keisha, the girl of his obsession, into the hottest slut of any male or female's wanton desire, so that he can ride to her rescue and make her beholden to him. A distress call sent out by her eldest prompts two archangels, Michael and Raphael, to appear in the flesh and help Nikia not only obliterate Kevin, but to restore the symmetry to her life and become Keisha's personal savior as well.

And if you click on the caption, you'll find an updated interview featuring my muse interviewing me.

(c) 2015 by G.B. Miller. All Rights Reserved.


  1. OMG, Angels AND Demons! Too bad that title was already taken.

    1. Yuppers.

      Seriously though, I had a heckuva time trying to come up with a title for this thing. Took me the better part of two years to do it.

  2. in contrast, my muse is a guant starving wolf.

  3. Congratulations! Let us know when it's out.


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