Today we have Kim Carmichael back with us for her The Promise Tour. I know she's no stranger here after her 3 day visit in February. On our tour stop today Kim's answered our "Got Toy's" so if you've been following the tour or have already bought or read all about The Promise be sure to check out her answers!
Title: The Promise
Author: Kim Carmichael
Publisher: Hot Ink Press
Tour Host: Lady Amber's Tours
Demon Dolan Ciar exists on three simple words: desire, denial, and destruction. Every four years, he is allowed one night of earthly passion to punish a deserving female. By the time he is finished, his victims are left as willing receptacles for demons yet to come.
Since she was four, a demon has been the only constant in Leora Desmond's life. He taught her how to seize control, to never give up, and to take whatever she wanted. At twenty-four, her self-centered existence is focused on one thing. She wants Dolan, and she won't be dissuaded.
A mistake brought Dolan to Leora. A promise bound him to her. Returning once again to ask for his freedom, he is faced with Leora demanding to be his next conquest. The ultimate retribution would be to take from her the ultimate symbol of her selfishness.
Now, Dolan must decide if he can doom her to life in living hell or face his own set of unearthly consequences, while Leora must choose between her pleasure and her heart.The Promise blurs the line between good and evil, desire and love, and promises and commitment
We asked Kim to answer a few fun quick questions for today's tour stop. Think about how would you answer as you read on.
Wild or Mild? Wild
Submissive or Dominant? Submissive
Silicone or Glass? Glass
Dildo or Vibrator? Vibrator
Leather or Lace? Leather
Hand Cuffed or Tied up? Tied
Furry or Metal or cloth? Furry
Beads or Plugs? Neither
Spanking or Kissing? Kissing
Moans or screams? Moans
Kim Carmichael began writing eight years ago when her need for graphic sex scenes and love of happy endings inspired her to create her own. She has a weakness for bad boys and techno geeks, and married her own computer whiz after he proved he could keep her all her gadgets running. When not writing, she can usually be found slathered in sunscreen trolling Los Angeles and helping top doctors build their practices.