Welcome, Regina Carlysle today talking about her newest DE-licious release in the hot hot hot EC series, Cougar Challenge!
Her title? DRILLED. Oh, yeah. About a Texas oil-driller. Bet you thought of that first, right?
Here she is! Applause!!! (I have read it, devoured it and recommend it for a scrumptious read.) Run, do not walk over to:
Summary: DRILLED, A standalone story in the Cougar Challenge series.
Lori Donovan accepts the Cougar Challenge and pledges to snag a hot young stud, knowing it’ll be tough once she moves back to her Texas hometown. She expects barren plains and rattlesnakes but finds hunky Jackson Blue drilling for oil on her property instead. A driller. Hmm. Lori has a few ideas about that and just about all of them involve her poor, needy, sex-starved body.
Jackson takes one look at the curvy, sexy, older woman and puts his expertise into action. After all, drilling is what he does best. Against the wall, on the floor or in the middle of her bed, he’s the man right man for the job. It’s a hot time in Texas when a tough, sexy drillin’ man meets a sassy cougar, and playing it safe just isn’t an option.
And here's Regina:
I don’t know when all the talk started about Cougars. You know, those sexually aggressive ‘older women’ who go after younger men for sexy fun and/or relationships. It’s really pretty much a new thing. Been thinking about this some lately, especially considering my new Ellora’s Cave book Drilled (part of the Cougar Challenge series) was just released. I’m beginning to believe the whole cougar phenomenon is, in part, generational.
As the Baby Boomer generation ages and a new generation of women move into their forties, I think it’s important to look at the growth of women over the past decade. With the Baby Boomer folks, it was pretty much always acknowledged that man older men had a ‘thing’ for young. The ladies rolled their eyes about that but seldom considered doing the same despite the fact they led the way for the rest of us in their marches for equal rights for women way back in the 1960’s. They were burning their bras, fighting for fair wages and respect in those years and the rest of us benefitted from their courage. The generation of smart, savvy women who followed them found it natural to go to college and pursue advanced degrees in predominately male fields such as medicine, science, and the law. They have made great strides in claiming the same kind of earning power as men and are a force to be reckoned with in today’s world.
In truth, women have come to realize they must reach for their dreams, work hard and love long. They are a ‘go for it’ group of women who want sexual satisfaction as much as men. They understand their own needs and desires and frankly, why not? Today’s woman in her 40’s and even her 50’s lives a healthy lifestyle and fully expects to live well into her 90’s. Why shouldn’t she live large and go for it?