Unlike Sanctity, Temporal was not a favourite book to write. You’ll know why when you read it. This morning I started a blank file that will be the last book in the series and now my heart’s heavy knowing I will be spending my last days with a family I’ve grown to legitimately love. It’s put me in a bad place.
Temporal is very dark. But the themes all along have been dark and I have to stay true to the story and all the characters. All of them. The events in Temporal were planned a long time ago and I dreaded the day I had to write them. Going into the next book I know it’s only going to get worse. Why do I write this way? Fuck if I know. I should probably stick with menage stories with French Canadian girls. That story made me happy.
How might I need your help? If you like this book I could do with a positive review if you are so inclined. I anticipate negativity. There are readers out there who might pick this book up interested only in some descriptive hotwife action. They might be angered by what I’ve done. I get it. These books aren’t for everybody. If you didn’t like the book that’s okay, I understand. I feel like if you’re here at my blog though you were already initiated.
I like intense, raw emotion, and I like the idea of wife-sharing. Maybe they don’t mix but I can’t imagine a situation where tempers and passions could be higher. That’s why I write the genre. Maybe the genre isn’t looking for me!
That said, I ain’t leaving. Sounds like most of you want the conclusion of Cayman Proxy after Geoff and Nia’s story is done. I can do that. Wished you were begging for Obsessed 3 but, hey, I’ll finish that one later just for me 🙂