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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Alpha Male Diner cook: Felicity Heaton + giveaway

Wow, we have a dark and dangerous dish for you today. Felicity Heaton is sharing her recipe for Payne, a vampire/incubus combo!

Payne (Part-Vampire Part-Incubus) 
Recipe by Felicity Heaton
Bewitch (Vampire Erotic Theatre Romance Series Book 5) 

2 steely grey eyes with a tendency to flash blue and gold when overcome by intense desire. 
A handful of blond messy spikes. 
200 pounds of toned six-foot-plus body of a sex god. 
Two fangs. 
A dash of wit. 
10 cups of raw masculine sex appeal. 
1 ounce of sarcasm and snark. 
1 overflowing cup of darkness. 
¼ cup of angst. 
¼ cup of short temper. 
A sprinkling of fae dust. 
1 frozen black heart, preferably wounded. 
Mix sarcasm and snark, short temper, and wit, and set aside. Combine steely grey eyes, fangs, blond messy spikes, body of a sex god, and raw masculine sex appeal. Once combined, stir in the personality mix. Carefully sprinkle with fae dust to reveal markings on his body. Use markings as a temper gauge in the next few steps. 

Mix darkness and angst in another bowl. Add frozen black heart and allow it to marinate for several centuries.

Put on full body armour and prepare yourself for possible death. Please note, has a tendency to become extremely volatile and aggressive at this point. Handle with care.

Very slowly combine the darkness mix with the rest. Only mix enough to bring two ingredients together. Do not over mix! Once completed, step back and give as much room as possible, and watch his fae markings. If they turn black and red, remove yourself from presence until they have returned to grey.

Taste Test 

Elissa stared at him, her right eyebrow slowly rising. “You really don’t have a freaking clue about yourself, do you? I had thought I was reading you wrong...”

Payne glared at her. He knew all he needed to know about himself. He was an abomination and he hated this world. He wanted to go back to his world.

He did not want to meet another incubus.

There were two other reasons he didn’t want to help her. One, he couldn’t control her for some reason and it was unsettling him, especially with that phantom’s words still ringing in his ears. Being around Elissa was too enticing. Two, she was right and he didn’t know much about incubi and he hated to go into any situation blind.

Diversionary tactics were required. He knit his eyebrows together and pinned her with a scowl. “Did you try to fuck that male too?”

Elissa tensed, flew from the armchair and slapped him hard across his left cheek, snapping his head to his right. The scent of fresh blood cut through the herbs and spices in the air. She had reopened the wound.

“No!” She huffed and looked as though she was considering hitting him again. If she tried it, he was going to hit her back. He was all for equal rights. “And if I had, I certainly wouldn’t be asking you for help.”

Payne rubbed his stinging cheek. “Why not?”

She grabbed his arm, sending another hot bolt of lust through him, and twisted it. She pointed near his wrist.

“Because he’s your grandfather.”

Payne tugged his arm free of her grip and turned it so he could see the markings on his skin. She prodded several symbols in a row. That was his grandfather’s name? Were his fae markings a record of his bloodline?

That made him hate them all the more.

He stared at the swirling glyphs, a low growl rumbling through him, anger that poured into his veins like acid and ate away at the restraints tethering his temper and his pain. His grandfather. His pulse accelerated, heart thumping hard against his breastbone, driving that scalding acid through his body, cranking up his anger to new, dangerous heights. Grandfather. He wanted to scratch those markings off his arm, loathed them with all of his being. He didn’t want to know that somewhere out there was the bastard who had sired his mother, who in turn had spawned him. An abomination.

Devil, he wanted that man to pay for his sins. He wanted to erase his grandfather’s name from his lineage and then erase him from existence.
Elissa released an exasperated huff. “You really don’t know anything about your kind, do you?” 

He growled at her. “My kind are vampires.”

Her eyes shot wide. “What on mother earth did you just say?”

Payne towered over her and growled down at her again, his lips peeling back to reveal his fangs. “I’m a vampire.”
She stared at his mouth, eyes enormous and pulse off the scale. “What you are is all shades of messed up.” 

He shoved her away from him. She tripped on a stack of books and landed in the pile behind them, her right arm catching on the armchair and her legs splayed. Payne tried not to think about her naked and like that, spread for his pleasure, the chestnut curls at the apex of her thighs glistening with arousal. Tried and failed. It had clearly been too long since he’d had sex. A good century at least. Damn. He was a ticking time-bomb of lust.

Bewitch (Vampire Erotic Theatre Romance Series Book 5) A vampire with a past stained with blood and a soul tainted with darkness, he is perfect in his self-control, never surrendering to his darkest desires. Now a beautiful witch in the shadowy fae underworld threatens to reawaken long denied hungers and tempts him with carnal pleasure.

Payne despises the incubus side of his mixed genes and refuses to give it free rein, but when the wickedly sexy Elissa offers him a possible way to help a friend, he finds it difficult to resist paying the price, even if it will be his undoing—one night of passion at her command.

Elissa is a witch down on her luck until Payne comes crashing into her life. The dangerously handsome male is the key to fulfilling a promise she made, but he is also forbidden, and surrendering to the wildfire passion he stirs within her means risking ruin and death.

When one incredible night of fulfilling their deepest fantasies leads to more than just a pathway to keeping a promise and saving a friend, will they be able to overcome the barriers that stand between them and forever? 

Books in the Vampire Erotic Theatre romance series 

Covet (Book 1) 
Crave (Book 2)
Seduce (Book 3)
Enslave (Book 4)
Bewitch (Book 5)
Unleash (Book 6) – Coming in 2013! 

About the Author:
Felicity Heaton writes passionate paranormal romance books as Felicity Heaton and F E Heaton. In her books she creates detailed worlds, twisting plots, mind-blowing action, intense emotion and heart-stopping romances with leading men that vary from dark deadly vampires to sexy shape-shifters and wicked werewolves, to sinful angels and hot demons!

If you're a fan of paranormal romance authors Lara Adrian, J R Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Gena Showalter and Christine Feehan then you will enjoy her books too.

If you love your angels a little dark and wicked, Felicity Heaton’s best selling Her Angel series is for you. If you like strong, powerful, and dark vampires then try the Vampires Realm series she writes as F E Heaton or any of her stand alone vampire romance books she writes as Felicity Heaton. Or if you’re looking for vampire romances that are sinful, passionate and erotic then try Felicity Heaton’s new Vampire Erotic Theatre series.

In 2011, five of her six paranormal romance books received Top Pick awards from Night Owl Reviews, Forbidden Blood was nominated as Best PNR Vampire Romance 2011 at The Romance Reviews, and many of her releases received five star reviews from numerous websites. In 2012, she received the GraveTells Author of the Year Award and her vampire romance novel, Heart of Darkness, was selected as a 2013 Epic Ebook Awards finalist in the paranormal romance category.


  1. He sounds good and I think it would be a side of ambrosia salad ;).

  2. He does sound delicious. No side dish for me. He would be enough.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

  3. Thanks for having me and Payne here as part of the Vampirerotique Winter Tour! I had fun breaking him down into his core components and mixing him back together again.

    Felicity Heaton

  4. I think, maybe a small side of something sweet, would be a perfect match.

  5. Oh yeah he o sounds worth it. I think a side of whip cream would complement him.

  6. Hmm. I am more of a wait and see kinda girl. He sounds yummy but moody too. I like the previous comment about the side dish being ambrosia.

  7. Oh now that was a lot of fun. That excerpt was great!

  8. I so got to get started on this series. It's been waiting on me... there just isn't enough time in a day. sigh. He does sound yummy, right up my bad boy alley. Side dish, side dish... um, me ;) LOL

  9. Holy cow, I think my cold coffee just reheated itself! *fanning self* What a dangerously delectable dish you've created, Felicity!

  10. Oh i think he is definitely worth the risk! And i think some ice-cream would go
    well with him :D lol


  11. Yummy, as always! And he needs a side of ME!! haha

  12. Absolutely, I feel he's worth the risk! I would definitely have something sweet to go with this. I've read Covet & I'm looking forward to reading this book. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. YES!! So worth a risk. I think something sweet and cold to cool off. :)
    Haven't read books yet. On my TBR list. Wow can't wait to start reading.
    Thanks for this great giveaway!

  14. Yes... maybe add a side dish of compassion??

    mestith at gmail dot com

  15. Payne is worth the risk and so much more....
    The man doesn't need a side dish - he's a main and dessert in one!!!!!

    Thanks for a great tour stop and giveaway!!!

  16. Payne is a main course and dessert rolled into one and well worth the risk.
    Thanks for the giveaway and awesome tour.


  17. Yes he is worth the risk. He doesnt need a side dish. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  18. yes he's worth the risk and no side dish needed

  19. He sounds like he'd be worth the risk. Side dish of revenge

  20. Oh yeah, Payne sounds delicious. I think he could use a sweet side-dish....ME!

  21. Oh he sounds yummy to me, maybe with some chocolate syrup and a can of whipped cream on the side.

  22. Oh Yeah..Payne's definitely worth it, and a little side of Squirty Cream would go down a treat.Yummmmm

  23. Delicioussssssssssss

  24. I love sheep! Really! I even have a plushy one xD (So hard to find... bought it in a Pet Shop, can u believe that? It was a TOY FOR DOGS TO EAT? *CRINGES AND CRIES ON THE CORNER OF THE ROOM* So, I saved the sheep. <3

    Oops, I should be saying something about the book. Erotic vamps? <333333 Vamps? Wolves? The video I was watching lol

    Me and my imaginary unicorn friend called Zelda thank for the giveaway! <333

  25. Oh, he def. sounds worth it! =) and the side dish he needs is Me!
    Thanks for the giveaway & Happy Thursday!
    fr_larsson at hotmail dot com

  26. Thanks for the tour and giveaway.


  27. Yummy he sounds like a delicacy I want to bite into. Now I think he needs a sweet to go with him.
    awesome giveaway

  28. Yummy Yum!!! Yes he's worth the risk & no side dish needed!!!

  29. Yes, he's definitely worth the risk, especially with a side of chocolate!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  30. How clever, loved the recipe! I think Payne's worth the risk.
    With a dish of strawberries and whipped cream.

    luvfuzzzeeefaces at yahoo dot com

  31. Okay...I'm trying this recipe in my kitchen and it's just not coming out right.
    All I'm getting is some funny little dude with a big head. Help me out here...what am I'm doing wrong???? Can I just have an extra helping of entree and no sides? Meat I tell you...Payne;)

  32. Oooh what a scrumptious recipe!!! ^_^ I think he is a definite risk! Add a little choc sauce pudding on the side and off we go!!! ^_^

  33. Payne is a wonderful recipe and worth all the risks! Good all on his own needs no side dish.


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