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Monday, March 11, 2013

When Lambs attack: Erotic PNR author Jocelyn Dex - giveaway

Sometimes you never know what traumatic experiences people have suffered at the hooves of farm animals. Lucky for erotica PNR author Jocelyn Dex she wasn't emotionally scarred by her run in with an evil lamb. YES, they do exist! Read on if you dare... and when you are done check out her super smexy story about an incubus.

When I Smell Sheep agreed to have me guest post on their blog, I was totally excited and then I panicked. I scanned my brain for what to blog about and ultimately their logo inspired me.

I lived on a farm, when I was four, and guess what kind of animals we had on that farm. If you guessed sheep, you got it!

Being a huge animal lover, I loved bottle feeding the little lambs. It was totally awesome. But, there was one lamb that always had his grouchy-pants on. He hated everyone. He was the monster in my four-year-old nightmares.

As soon as you’d step through the gate, that little punk would run straight for you and violently ram his head into your legs while making deranged sheep noises. It was scary for a four-year-old and I’d run from him and scream the whole time.

One day, he chased me to the far end of the fence line and I made it to the other side before he could get me. He stood there, giving me the evil eye. Feeling cocky, with a barrier between us, I kicked at the fence. Big mistake!

My foot got stuck in the fence and I fell backward and the lamb had the last laugh. He head-butted my foot over and over and over until my mom heard my hysterical cries and came to free me. I swear I saw his eyes flash red; his fangs extend and heard him laugh cruelly at me.

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We only lived on that farm for a year. I often wonder what happened to that lamb. Even though he terrified me, I like to think he grew up, felt remorse for being such a meanie to me, found a sexy sheep girlfriend, made deranged sheep babies and lived happily ever after. 

When Kean wakes up naked, collared and locked in a cell, he knows thinking with his dick has finally gotten him into trouble. Part Incubus, Kean enjoys scorching sexual liaisons, a habit that has found him trapped, forced to help a Sempire rescue her daughter from certain death. 

Unwilling to aid in anyone’s imprisonment, Araya initially refuses her mother’s “gift”, but the passion simmering between her and Kean is undeniable. As they explore their shared lust, both Araya and Kean enact schemes to save each other. Their best laid plans may awaken emotions that will bind them forever. 







About the Author:
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Jocelyn was born in Iowa and currently resides in Texas. Her debut short novel, Araya’s Addiction, is an erotic paranormal romance. In case you’re wondering, her horrifying experience with the demonic lamb didn’t lessen her love for animals. 

She shares her home with her very own 6'4" alpha male and varying numbers of spoiled cats and dogs. Teaching one of her dogs to file his own nails is one of her all-time favorite accomplishments. 

Jocelyn loves to paint, loves to read, and loves to write sizzling erotic romance about yummy demons that would make your momma blush. 

GIVEAWAY

Have you ever had a scary encounter with a sheep or any other animal?

Post your answer in the comments to be entered to win a prize pack: A Demons do it Better Koozie, An Araya’s Addiction Trading Card, and a Surprise $10 Gift Card. (U.S. Only for the prize pack BUT if an International person wins, they get the Surprise $10 Gift Card.)

Thanks for having me here today, sheepy-peeps! 






You herd (heehee) the lady! comment about your scary animal experience and win the prize pack. Follower of the flock get double entries!

31 comments:

  1. I'm sorry but I'm laughing my butt off at your descriptions. Deranged sheep babies indeed. LOL

    I have had the occasional run in with a deranged animal...but the animal I had an encounter with was a tiny dwarf hamster.

    Baby was my tiny dwarf hamster that liked to bite. She would just bite me until I put her down and then come after me again. She loved to bite fingers especially when I had to clip her nails. Yeah laugh..

    Think of this...a three inch ball of fur that can bite the hell out of you if she doesn't like what you are doing and trying to keep her still long enough so that when you clip down on the nail clippers you don't accidentally clip off a toe.

    But I had gotten good at this. I have her in her wire cage and stick a piece of cheese through the other side so she puts her paws on the wire cage and eats the cheese with her claws nicely sticking out the other side. I just wait until she isn't moving and I can get a good piece of nail and cut. Works on the front paws but not the back ones. For that I needed help. I had my daughter give her some pudding on a spoon and I carefully clip the nails that are sticking over my daughters fingers as she eats her pudding. LOL All that took 3 hours.

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    1. I love it! Evil dwarf hamster. Who knew? :-) Great solution to the nail clipping problem. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your deranged animal story. :-)

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  2. No, I haven't

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  3. I havent had anything like that. I was bit by a hamster when I was younger and to this day I cant go near them. I follow the flock by gfc. emilyb0924 at gmail dot com.

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  4. My grandparents own a farm and when I was 7 their turkey attacked me! A flippin' TURKEY!!!! I was walking through the field and heard a gobble...next thing I knowing I'm running my butt off! It was faster and got me. I was lucky and grandpa was there and pulled him off. Needless to say Thanksgiving is a favorite day of mine :)

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    1. Ew! Ha. I've heard turkeys are mean. I was chased and bitten by a goose once too. Big birds are scary. Thanks for commenting!

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  6. Thanks to the sheepy-peeps for having me here today! My deranged lamb story is 100% true (in case there was any doubt). I had a blast and hope to guest blog here again sometime. :-)

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  7. I can't really think of anything like this. I tend to get along with animals fairly well. I do remember my grandfather making me ride a horse when I was little (maybe 8) even though I was scared. He was trying to get me over being afraid of them. It worked to a degree. Some horses don't scare me, but some still do, depending on how they act. But considering that I am allergic to them now, I guess it doesn't matter since I can't be around them (unfortunately, I live around A LOT of Amish, so I spend most of my time indoors due to allergies).
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  8. I once had a deranged hamster, who would always bite your finger.
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  9. I've never actually been "attacked" unless you count a panther at the zoo stalking me from his cage then deciding to pee on me (I was 4 at the time, scarred me for life). I usually have the opposite problem with "critters", they usually are all over me wanting love and attention (my Dad and grandpa used to say I had "the touch" whatever that means). Awesome giveaway, thanks for the opportunity to win!
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  10. Best Sheep story EVER!!

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  11. Oh my that was funny and brought back memories. When I was little the family owned a farm up near Watertown NY. We'd drive up for long weekends and stuff. Often we'd stop at my grandfather's brother's farm. That's the only place I ever had milk straight from the cow - squirted right into my mouth. They also had a few goats :(. Goats are NOT nice. They chase and hurt little people. Every time we were there my brother and I left with bruises and tears.

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  12. Ducks. Ducks. Ducks. I just can't get into it... it's too soon... ;-)
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  13. I was attacked by a llama when I was 9 at a petting zoo. I've hated them since.
    Lorimeehan 1 @ aol.com

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  14. I LOVE THE TITLE! LOL CAN'T STAND CATS EXCEPT THE BIG ONES AND LOVE DOGS!

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  15. I had a goose chase me once when I was trying to walk into my office at work. Her and her whole flock was around the front door and there was no other way to get in the building. I braved the flock of geese and ended up getting squawked at and chased. Thankfully, I arrived to work unscathed.

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  16. When I was in Hawaii years ago posing for a picture a swan came up a bit me.
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  17. Thanks for the fun post! Ummm... I'm a "city" girl through and through and have only seen farm animals from the safety of a zoo. I haven't even seen cows, chickens or sheep up close! And I think I like it that way!

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  18. Deranged sheep indeed - well I tell you we are complete lambs when compared to mad cows :) When our son was a baby we moved to a very rural area and lived up in the low mountain on a huge cattle ranch. The first night we were to sleep in our new home the sun had set when we arrived. Well no one mentioned that all the sweet cows converge on a vehicle with lights on in the dark thinking it is the feed truck with the bales of hay. Imagine driving up a winding drive in the complete dark in the middle of one hundred fifty acres and only the auto headlights to show the way as two hundred fifty head of cattle converges on your vehicle thinking you are dinner. Yes we sheep are complete lambs, gentle and mild, just don't get in the way of the moonpies or koolaid and all will be well - oh and don't worry about the red eyes, that is really from all the late night just one more chapter moments

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    1. Opps
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    2. lol! When cows get hungry! that would have been freaky, too bad you didn't have a way to video it, you could have won AFV

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  19. I grew up a city girl, but now live on an agricultural farm. However, we've had to have animals for the kids 4H projects. So, over the last few years we've had rabbits, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, goats, pigs, guinea pigs, dogs, cats, etc. The poultry always freaked me out, especially the turkeys and chickens. Of course my son's geese were probably the scariest as far as actions, they are very protective of their space and will come at you with their wings spread (to make them look bigger) and honking at you. Otherwise, I don't think I've ever had a scary animal moment unless you count mice, spiders, and the occasional snake. EWWW!

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  20. I grew up in the country, and my grandmother had pigs, geese and chickens, so I was used to NORMAL farm animals. My family and I were on vacation and were walking around a place that did live demonstrations of Native American processes. There were some chickens there. A rooster, flew up at me and started pecking my face. I know this is not normal behavior, but it traumatized me (I was maybe 8) and cannot be near roosters to this day (I'm 43). I also had a male Canada goose attack me when I was trying to feed the fish out on my
    Daddy's lake. The stupid goose CHASED me all the way up to the house wings spread, honking and hissing all the way! shauntih(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  21. Love the deranged sheep! Let's see I was attacked by crows that I swear had watched Alfred Hitchcocks The Birds. Bit by a goose trying to deliver mail. Chased up on top of a mail truck by a dog and pooped on by a cow at the fair that had *ugh* diarriah. I still love animals, but I keep my eye out for them!
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  22. There is nothing scarier than having a tarantula on your front porch, and having just moved to Texas, it scared the crap outta all 3 of my kids and I. We weren't sure whether it would jump to get us or not. My husband then came home and decided to keep it as a pet, and so Mr. T came to live with us for a while, and then we let him go!

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    1. Ew! I live in Texas and have never seen one on my porch. Thank goodness!

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  23. hmmm.. a cow chased me when I was kid.. (i wear red)// back then, that was really scary..:D

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  24. I once came across a baby bear when hiking. Luckily I saw it from a distance and I didn't stick around to wait for the mama bear.

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