Hello Everybody! This is Scott with GGR-Review and I’m here in Boston with the stars of Trina Lane’s Perfect Love series. We managed to get the whole gang together to answer your most intimate questions about their relationships, kinky sex fantasies, and general philosophies of life.
I know everyone has very busy schedules so thank you for taking the time to meet with us. It seems as though our first question is for Trevor Mitchell. What is the quality you most like in a man?
Trevor: First of all I want to say for the group that we’re happy to come.
Matt: You’re always happy when you come.
Trevor: That’s because it’s usually one of you making it happen.
Niall: If you answer the gentleman’s question I’ll make sure you come just as soon as we’re finished here.
Trevor: (squirming in his seat) Umm. Right. So since I happen to have fallen in love with two men, who couldn’t be more different from each other, most would probably say that I don’t really know what I desire most. But to me the qualities that are attractive aren’t physical. (He picks up Matt’s hand) I fell in love with this guy because of his confidence and giving nature. I’d been alone for most of my life and from the moment we met Matt started to take care of me. (He snickered) I didn’t exactly make it easy on him at first. I’m pretty sure that Kelly Clarkson’s Ms. Independent was actually written about me. But deep down I craved what he was offering. (He picks up Niall’s hand) This guy sees the most amazing beauty in simple everyday things. He even can look at the scars that would repulse others and show their owner how they don’t define who they are. I guess the best way I can’t answer is that the quality I like most in men is their heart.
So the fact that they’re both stunning specimens of manhood played nothing into your decision to start a ménage?
Trevor: (smirking) Are you kidding? Would you turn down the opportunity to sleep with either of them, let alone at the same time? Keep in mind when you answer that I’m a very possessive man.
Excuse me as I clear my throat. So it looks like our next question is for Clay Phillips. If you were to die and come back as a person or a thing, what would it be?
Clay: Everyone here knows that I have a penchant for reading paranormal books, specifically ones about shifters. The concept of a human being able to change into an animal is scintillating. Something about tapping into our primal natures and having a sixth sense about danger appeals to my nature as a cop.
So what animal would you pick?
Clay: I change my mind on that all the time depending on what I read. It would have to be an apex predator of some kind. Lion, wolf, or jaguar. I tend to gravitate to mammals instead of reptiles or birds. Although an Orca or bald eagle might be kind of cool too.
Oh, now we’re having some fun. This is a group question for Chase, Vic, and Miranda. What position achieves the best orgasm and why?
Chase: I think I’ll take point on this one. I think we all would agree that it’s not the position necessarily that makes sex so amazing. It’s the love between us. Now having said that… There is nothing quite like being in the middle. To be surrounded by the two people who know each and every hot spot on your body. They know how to edge you until you’re ready to scream then milk the pleasure until you’re a boneless heap of goo. That’s pretty powerful stuff.
I see by several pairs of glassy eyes and shifting bodies that Chase isn’t the only one who feels this way. Our next question is for Rick and Conor. The two of you were sharing women long before you met Calleigh, but it wasn’t until after your marriage that any kind of physical relationship developed between the two of you. Why?
Conor: Bhí mé aon smaoineamh go mbeadh coileach bhraitheann chomh maith i mo thóin
(As I look at Rick) Um can you translate?
Rick: He’s just screwing with you. Conor loves to play the unintelligible Irishman when someone starts asking personal questions. It doesn’t matter that it’s been seventeen years since he lived there, or that he’s actually a natural citizen, or that he only pulls out the Irish when he doesn’t want us to know exactly what he’s saying. Unfortunately for him in all the years we’ve been living together I’ve learned a few things. So, he said that he had no idea a Co— (Conor quickly covers Rick’s mouth).
Conor: I am apparently going to have ta’ change me strategy. Before the two of us met ár ghrá sharing the women was enough ta’ keep us satisfied. But after our family was secure I began ta’ need something different. I needed Rick’s touch. I began to crave his kiss just as much as I did Calleigh’s. In our case it really had nothin’ ta’ do wit orientation. Twas a way ta’ tighten our bond. Unlike some of our other friends I don’t look at other men and wanna shag em’I just… oh shite! What am I trying ta’ say?
Logan: If I understand, then I think what he’s trying to say is that as a gay man I can look at other men and see attraction. I may love and be committed to Clay, but I can experience a moment of lust. Conor and Rick, on the other hand, only find desire in each other. And Calleigh of course.
Logan I’m glad you spoke up because the next question is for you. How has working through your PTSD issues and losing your hearing in such a traumatic way affected your outlook on life in general?
Logan: The way combat experience changes a person is really only something that other veterans can understand. I’m not saying that we don’t appreciate all the support of our friends and family at home. We’d be unable to do what we do without some type of support network. But something about being exposed to the horrors of war and making decisions that you will have to live with the rest of your life fundamentally changes something in a person. (He looks over at Matt) For me working a professional has been pivotal to making the transition to a productive civilian as well as help me through the grieving process of losing my hearing. My cochlear implants are only tools that help me compensate for the loss. They are not a cure. They do not change the fact that I am a hard of hearing person. Who I am today is
vastly different than who I was before I joined the Rangers. I can’t really say how I’ve changed. I just have. (He picks up Clay’s hand) I’m very fortunate to have a man who loves me, warts and all.
Clay: (Pushes Logan away) Dude, you have warts? That’s where I draw the line.
Clearly this group has a lot of fun together. Did you ever think when you gave Trina permission to write your stories that the response would be as large as it has?
Ethan: I know I didn’t. I’m just a simple guy from the Ozarks in Missouri.
Ryan: E, you’re the assistant US attorney. You’re not exactly Simple Jack.
Ethan: Okay fine, but I still say no. It’s awesome that people think our lives are really that interesting. Trina emails us all the time letting us know that people keep demanding to hearing more about us.
So how about it? Would you ever travel to a book convention or something? Let her readers meet the real people behind the books? I know that Trina is a featured author at GRL in October. Maybe a surprise appearance during a spotlight session?
Trevor: Kansas City BBQ! I’m there!
So on that note, I’d like to say thank you once again for making time to see me. I know between your various professions and children it took us awhile to make the schedules work. I’ve had a lot of fun getting to know each of a little better. I wish we had more time, but if I understood Trina correctly there might be a sixth book on the horizon?
Ethan: We met with her a couple of months ago and told her about this huge group vacation we’re all planning. I think by the time we get back from down under we’ll have all kinds of stories for her to share with everyone.
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