Sunday, May 24, 2015


Meet some fascinating Women with definite views on shoes, sex and significant others!

Xena Fuller
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Q:   Which do you prefer --Jimmy Choos or flats? 
XENA:  Definitely Jimmy Choos!

Q:  Does sex mean love?
XENA:  Absolutely not. I was doing the whole strictly sex thing with Kevin and I don’t love him. Now Xavier, that’s a different story. It’s more than that.

Q:  Does love mean marriage?
XENA:  Yes, love to me means marriage. One of the reasons why I needed to move away from Kevin, as because I wanted to get into something real. I did not think that would be Xavier at first or even now, but he seems awfully determined.

Q:  What attracted you first to the hero?
XENA:  His aroma pulled me in at first. Hence, why his nickname was Mr. Aroma. The man is intoxicating. Then it was his touch and his mouth. He was so forward with me, like he was trying to let everyone in the room know, I was off limits or I was his. So, probably his possessiveness.

Q:  If you and your hero were stuck in an elevator, how would you pass the time?
XENA:  We would do every single scene that was in THE CHASE! Plus more. Xavier is hot as hell. His naughty mouth would send me over the edge.

THE CHASE Book Summary
Xena is an independent woman who has captured the attention of a possessive alpha man, Xavier. He’ll do anything to get her to be his, but the woman keeps running away. THE CHASE is seductive, attractive and downright erotic!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  Xyla Turner was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She is an avid reader of romance novels and a sucker for sassy females and dominant males. Xyla is Vice-Principal at a Brooklyn High School and a pretty good Auntie. Outside of reading, Xyla likes to spend time with her family and friends, experiment dangerous adventures and travel. She writes different genres, but her favorite is contemporary romance. Xyla has her Bachelor’s degree in Education and Masters in Education Administration.
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