Scorcher Blog Tour Week4–Lisa Sanchez

Woohoo! You’ve made it to the last stop! Props and mad love to you!! Mwah!

If, by chance, this is your first stop, you’ll want to stop by my blog- to start this week’s tour. We’ve been talking about things that get your motor revvin’ hot, things that turn us, as readers on. You won’t want to miss!

As I mentioned in my original post, music can play an integral part in the wooing process. If you’re on a date with that special someone it can help set the mood. Think back to some of your favorite flicks. How many times have you seen the sexually frustrated hero dim the lights in his apartment, strip down and turn on some mood music? It’s standard fare in the game of love.

For me, music plays an important part in romance long before I get anywhere near the bedroom. I associate music with the people I love. Especially when that love is new, and exciting and full of fire. It’s no surprise, then, given my predilection to associate music with relationships, that Hally and Nick share a love for a certain romantic song. Here’s a quick peek:

Her smile was infectious, and Nick couldn’t help but return one of his own. Looked like their afternoon was off to a good start.

Nick placed the key into the ignition and Journey’s “Faithfully” blared throughout the vehicle as the truck roared to life. “Sorry about that,” he said sheepishly after cranking the volume down to a respectable level.

Princess shook her head, leaned across the seat, and cranked the volume back up. “Don’t be sorry. I love Journey, and I love this song. As far as I’m concerned, the louder the better.” She treated him to a flirtatious grin, and his heart swelled. She liked old-school rock, was a mean-ass cook, and a vixen between the sheets. Shit. He’d found the perfect woman.

How about you? Do certain songs help you get in the mood for love? Do you associate certain music with your significant other? Weigh in with a comment!

Leave a comment on this blog, as well as the other five blogs on the Scorcher Tour to be entered to win a free PDF copy of my erotic suspense, Obsessed. The winner’s name will then be forwarded into a final drawing at the end of the tour for a chance to win a $30 Amazon gift certificate.

Obessed~blurb The victim of both a brutal attempted rape and now a serial stalking, Halley Davis is broken, and desperate to glue the shattered pieces of her life back together. Tormented by a psychopath and battling a heavy dose of anxiety, sex and dating are the last things on Halley’s anxiety-ridden mind. That is, until she meets the man who rescued her from the hands of a would-be rapist. With a body made for sin, a wicked, sexy tattoo and an aura that screams “badass,” her rescuer not only calms the storm of terror raging inside her mind, he ignites a passion within her she’s never known before.

Tired of using meaningless sex to drown out the horrors of his past, Nick Ackart has sworn off women. In fact, if women were classified as meat, his ass is Vegan. Despite his determination to remain unattached, Nick is unable to stay away from the emerald-eyed beauty he rescued from a sadistic pervert. Immersed in a tangled web of sexual desire and deep emotion he was certain was long dead, he vows to protect Halley from the monster hounding her, even though he stands to lose his heart in the process.

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7 thoughts on “Scorcher Blog Tour Week4–Lisa Sanchez

  1. Yep. I sure do. I’m a total music groupie, so I associate lots of things in life with different songs, from good ole forties blues, to current day rock and some really out there alternative stuff, and even classical. LOL Told ya I’m a music groupie! Good luck with the book, Lisa! Sounds hot!

  2. Absolutely! There’s a ton of music I associate with my husband, from romantic to funny to even some sad times. :)

    Can’t wait to read this one :D

  3. I do love music and certain bands, singers, songs can put me in a sexy mood. As strange as it might be, Metallica (a thrash-metal type band) can really do it for me. Some of their songs just have sexy beats and the music just makes you want to move. Also, I love the lead singers rough voice and he’s kind of sexy too.

  4. Music can heighten a reading experience for me. Sometimes I can hear a song and the lyrics can bring back or remind me of a scene in a book. It can help me connect to the characters on a another level. Different songs will go with different books. Often I might have more than one song for a book.

  5. Music has definitely played a huge part in my romantic relaitonships and my life, in general. I’ve always thought of the music I’ve loved over the years as the “oundtrack of my life.” In relaitonships this was both good and bad, for obvious reasons. While the relaitonship was going great, shared music enhanced so many aspects of it – like Nick and Halley – blasting a fav song while driving or a song that always leads to sex no matter where the couple is.
    The downside is when and if the relationship breaks up. There are still songs that I have trouble listening to without becoming nostalgic or sad (depedning on my mood) from my one and only marriage that ended over 15 years ago. Call me sappy or neurotic, but we were together for a long time and lived a very adventurous life; music was always playing in the background..
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