Spotlight Sunday: Erin Lee

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MEET ERIN LEE

Where are you from?

Southern NH, USA

 If you had to perform in a talent competition right now, what would your talent be?

Not dying after drinking seven five hour energies a day to stay awake. I am art. 😉 Also, surviving veganism for 28 days.

 What’s your favorite movie quote?

“You can’t handle the truth!” – A Few Good Men

Tell us a fun fact about yourself that would surprise your readers.

I never turn down a dare. Ever. Then again, my readers know this. So let’s go with I’m a sap for happy endings. That will shock them.

Who’s your favorite cover model?

I don’t have one. The inked ones.

 Okay, back to books, what genres do you write?

It would be easier to ask what genres don’t I write? That would be sci fi and historical fiction. But give me time. I like new things and challenges.

What is your inspiration?

Life. My clients. By day, I work as a therapist. People tell me their fascinating stories. I can’t help but be interested in how people live and why they do the things they do. I often turn clients into fictional characters and use book research as a way of understanding clients better.

Tell us about your latest book?

One of my upcoming releases, Daddy’s Girl, is about a Daddy Dom who needs to get justice on a group of girls who hurt his daughter. The book has it all, from kink and romance to horror and even laughs.

22199064_873632112812172_123946203_oCheck out the blurb:

Stephen T. Morrison was an ordinary father who wore sensible shoes every day to a job he couldn’t stand. It was no different than his marriage – something he did because it was “the right thing to do.” Day in and day out, things were the same. The only highlight to his day was messages from the meaningless fling he called Baby Girl; a woman he’d finally broken vows for just to feel alive. It—and she—didn’t matter, really. His wife, Kathy, had checked out of the marriage years ago and Stephen was just biding his time. All he could do was try to get his boy-crazy daughter Lizzie to stay on track, graduate high school and avoid the fashion career his wife insisted upon. It was only a few more years, he reasoned. Then, he’d finally be free.

Until one day.

The day Stephen receives a phone call from the state police is the day that everything changes. With nothing left to lose and Lizzie forever gone, Stephen decides to finally take matters into his own hands and force justice upon those who he believes are responsible for his beloved daughter’s death. Stephen is, after all, a very patient man. For twenty-four years, he’s learned to keep his mouth shut and nod his head.

Not anymore.

Still—a coy man—revenge won’t be swift or even humane with Stephen in the driver’s seat. Instead, like the injustices done to his daughter, karma will be well contrived, humiliating and precise. Stephen is now determined to become anything but the ordinary man wearing sensible shoes and the one Baby Girl calls a “square.” With nothing left to lose, he’s determined to set karma free in the name of his daughter. It’ll start with the ones who call themselves “princesses.”

Soon, they will learn:

You never mess with Daddy’s Girl.

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Daddy’s Girl: Never mess with a man with nothing to lose.
by Erin Lee
Link: http://a.co/1Z7wmyZ

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