Monday, February 24, 2014

Blog Tour: Vanilla Twist by C.J. Ellisson

Welcome to The Wormhole and my stop on the tour.
It is my pleasure to feature C.J. Ellisson and Vanilla Twist.

C.J. Ellisson is the USA Today Bestselling author of the New York Times Bestselling book, Vanilla on Top, the bestselling V V Inn series, and several erotica shorts. She lives in northern Virginia with her husband, two children, three dogs, and a fluffy black cat who makes her sneeze.

Unlike most full-time authors, she's also battling severe chronic illness. C.J. works daily to put her Lupus into remission and continues to fight numerous bacterial infections while her immune system slowly attacks her body. She turned to writing when she could no longer work outside the home and claims the escape of penning contemporary fantasy, erotica, and erotic romance has helped save her sanity.

To learn more about C.J. and her other books, please stop by the author's website ( or visit her on facebook at

Amazon Product Description:
Heather thinks she has it all—an interesting lover, a dream job, and a new wardrobe to match her take-charge attitude. But everyone has a past, and when Heather confronts hers at work she’ll be hard-pressed to hold onto her newfound confidence and resolve. Does she trust Tony enough to let him help her or will she tackle the issue on her own?
Still intrigued by the young woman and the multiple layers she presents to the world, Tony begins to change his life, too—for what he hopes is the better. He quit his high-powered career to find peace in a less stressful day-to-day existence. Desire for Heather still invades his every waking moment, and when trouble threatens their sexual explorations he makes the hardest choice of his life. One he may soon regret.
 My thoughts:
What a great story of honesty, trust and love triumphing over adversity.  Heather and Tony are fantastic characters.  The story is well written and nicely paced.  The secondary characters, friends and family members of both Tony and Heather's, are vital to the telling of the story and are created with that importance in mind.  The emotional ride that both the main characters are on is intense and challenging.  I have not read Vanilla on Top and found that Vanilla Twist stands alone fine, but will be going back to read the beginning of Tony and Heather's story.  


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