Romance books are my obsession. One that includes a bad boy or an alpha male who knows what he wants is my own personal version of heaven. My latest Book, CW Boys: The beginnings, has all these things and more. I normally write erotic books and have been itching to write a book like this for some time. The characters are complex and just as confused and new to love as a teenager should be. As you turn the pages and take this journey into self discovery, new love, betrayal, and heartache, I hope you fall in love with it as much as I did.
Let’s Get To Know C. Shell
Q: What are the top five books that have influenced your career?
A: The top book that still gets me smiling is Fifty Shades of Grey. I still go back and read it a time or two. Beyond that I love, Naked by Raine Miller, Easy by Tammara Webber, Perfect Game by J. Sterling, and In flight by R. K. Lilley
Q: If you could go back in time before you published your first book, what advice would you give yourself about publishing?
A: Hire an editor. My first book was wrecked with mistakes and I was too young in writing to realize it. An editor is a writers best friend and everyone needs one.
Q: Pick a super-power and tell us what you’d do with it.
A: Invisibility. To be able to just disappear and have some time to myself would be wonderful.
Q: What’s your favorite AND least favorite thing about being a writer/author?
A: My favorite is creating a world on paper. I love watching the story come alive. My least favorite is deadlines. I never seen to have enough time to finish everything that needs done.
About CW Boys: The Beginning by C. Shell
I was always told that school was a piece of cake.
In and out, stay out of trouble, get your degree, and begin your life. It should have been that easy, but that didn’t happen for me. I never got the chance to enjoy all the “Firsts” that come with high school thanks to the Collingswood Boys. I knew Dex and Nate were trouble from the start. Nothing scared them. No one questioned them. They ruled our school with an iron fist. All the guys wanted to be them and the girls fought to be beneath them.
Both feared and loved, they were like Gods in our tiny town.
They pushed themselves into my life, embedded themselves into my thoughts, and just when I thought they couldn’t do anymore damage, they found a way. They stole my heart.
This is my story.
This is how it all began.
I gape at him, my brain doing a horrible job at grasping the scene unfolding in front of me, instead of doing something smart like, not staring at Dex getting his rocks off. I completely ignore the blonde and the slurping noises emitting from her mouth and concentrate on Dex, the way his hips move in a tangible thrusting motion, his eyelashes that flutter as she works to take in more of him, and the way teeth graze his bottom him. Watching him having a private moment is wrong on so many levels, but my eyes refuse to stray.
“Harder,” Dex rasps, his hand reaching to grip the glossy strands of her hair. Her head dips lower and whatever she’s doing must feel good, because he rewards her with a “God, yes babe. Again.”
His gravelly voice coaxes over my skin and my whole body starts to tingle. Trying to ignore the sensations spiraling around my core is like trying to forget how to ride a bike. It can’t be undone.
My favorite quote from CW Boys: The Beginning is:
“No underground lair or body change needed. It’s already done. We’ve voted on it and as of today, you Addison Lewis are now part of the CW boys. You’re with us now.”