My Wonderful Guest- Megan Martin!

mmartCome and meet the super talented Megan Martin and take a sneak  peek at her novel, FORBIDDEN ANGEL, releasing tomorrow from Breathless Press.

Megan Martin: I decided to write Forbidden Angel on a whim. I would like to say that I thought about this story for years before putting pen to paper, but that wouldn’t be the truth. I was actually sitting in a college World History class when the idea came to me. I am lover of all things history, but not in this situation. I had the most horrible teacher ever and if given the choice I would have chosen to ingest nails instead of going to class (no joke, lol). On that particular day we were discussing the Holocaust and my mind began to wander. Suddenly I saw this whole romantic story of a Nazi who fell in love with a Jewish woman at a concentration camp. You wouldn’t have believed just how quickly my hand moved across the paper (no doubt my teacher thought I was quite entertained with his lecture). By the end of class I had the entire story plotted.

When I came home I began writing and the story of these two forbidden lovers consumed my every waking moment. I loved telling Sarah and Aurel’s unlikely romance. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Forbidden Angel
Timeless-Historical Romance

Buy Link: Breathless Press
Official release date is tomorrow, Friday, December 7th. Pre-order your copy now.

Blurb:

When captured by the Nazi’s, Sarah finds herself in a concentration camp that not only brings her closer to death…but closer to love.

Sarah Brenner, a young Jewish woman, is terrified when she finds herself in the heat of a railcar bound for a work camp in Nazi Germany. For years she, along with her mother and sister, had hidden from the SS, but no one could hide forever. Her hatred for those who have enslaved them is ever-growing, especially when they arrive and she encounters the shockingly handsome Nazi doctor who can’t seem to keep his eyes—or hands—off her.

Aurel Rothstein is not your everyday concentration camp physician. The endless prisoners and lack of care he’s allowed to give have made him numb to the work he so coveted. It isn’t until he comes face to face with a beautiful prisoner that his heart becomes involved with his job—a forbidden and fatal move to any Nazi.

When a vile soldier takes direct interest in Sarah, she will be forced to make a choice that will change her life forever: ignore the pull toward the handsome doctor or give in to the forbidden passion he awakens with only a look. Either way they both risk everything…

Excerpt:

The doctor was kissing her. She was kissing him back. Sarah had been afraid when he’d carried her to his office. The word “experimentation” terrified her, but he did nothing of the sort. He’d actually fed her and given her some water. He even made her something to take back to her family. He was being so kind, and when his gaze smoldered and he said something about inspecting her body, she’d easily melted for him.

There was something wrong with her. She shouldn’t be feeling this way, but the moment his rough hands caressed her achy back, she was lost to her nerve endings. Never before had she felt such desire from the mere brush of fingertips against her skin. The pain in her back immediately ceased, and all she could feel was pleasure.

His kiss was soft and tentative at first, as if he was afraid he’d scare her away, but she kissed him back and reveled in the groan of defeat he gave. He ran his hands deliciously over her hardened nipples, teasing them, tracing where his mouth had kissed just moments before.

He’s a bad person, her mind kept trying to tell her, but she ignored the warning. Something about this man just felt so right.

“What’s your name, angel?” he asked as he broke away from her lips. Did he just call her angel? She pondered this pet name for a moment before he leaned in and nipped her neck.

“Mmm, I’m no angel.” She truly wasn’t. She was selfish just like any other person.

“Yes, you are, angel. Your name?”

“Sarah,” she murmured as he traced his tongue along her sensitive collarbone. Never in her life had anything felt this good. She’d been with one man before they stopped going into public. She didn’t dislike the sexual acts she explored with him, but they felt like nothing compared to this.

“If I am an angel, then so are you.” Sarah temporarily forgot his actions outside of this room, the other things he did. Only an angel could bring forth sensations this exquisite.

“No, that I am not.” His voice rumbled like a hurricane.

“Okay, a dark angel then, but still an angel.”

mmiAbout the Author

Megan D. Martin is a content editor at Breathless Press, and loves her job more than a normal person should. She was born and raised in a small Texas town, where she still resides with her delightfully rotten son. She enjoys decorating her home with strange things that do not match, playing her old school Nintendo Entertainment System, and buying fish for her many fish tanks. Forbidden Angel is her debut novella. To learn more about Megan and her writing check her out on these social networking sites:

Blog: http://www.MeganDMartin.blogspot.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Megan_D_Martin

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About diannehartsock

Author of paranormal/suspense, fantasy/adventure, m/m romance and anything else that comes to mind. Oh, and a floral designer.
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5 Responses to My Wonderful Guest- Megan Martin!

  1. Thanks so much for being my guest today, Megan! Your book sounds delicious!

  2. Denise Z says:

    Thank you for taking the time to share with us today. Forbidden Angel looks like a treat of a read. Congratulations on the new release!!

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