A To Z Challenge: P Is For Pauline Allen

Welcome to the Nice Girls Writing Naughty version of the A-Z Challenge! Today’s featured guest author is Pauline Allen.

Get to know Pauline Allen!

Pauline lives in the Midwest with her hero husband, two handsome boys, one ornery cat, and a lovely Pitbull. She enjoys writing erotic romance for all readers. From MM contemporary romance series to LGBT fairytales, Pauline shares stories that she holds close to her heart. By day Pauline is a special care baby registered nurse and by night a hopeless romantic. She loves to travel to New Orleans twice a year to recharge her creative battery and enjoy a bag full of powdered sugar covered beignets. Sit down, relax and Laissez les bons temps rouler!


eyecandyfinalthumbnailTell us a little about your newest release?

Gavin Rossi is one sexy piece of Eye Candy wrapped in a tight body and sweet smile. With his goals on the horizon, he mounts a handsome stranger’s lap and rolls his hips for the tips he’s hoping will get him out of the desperate situation keeping his plans out of reach. The hot breath on his neck, the mesmerizing rhythm, the strong chest rising and falling beneath his hands make for a distraction he’s terrified to see play out. This is a dance. This is a tease. God, this is so much more.

When Dutch Williamson feels a set of perfectly sculpted thighs slipping over his lap, the last thing his liquor-hazed brain registers is this is my future. The sweet piece of Eye Candy grinding on his lap is going to cut him at the knees, and he knows it. Fierce protection grips his heart and his only hope is the passionate go-go boy will make this private dance last more than one night.

And now on to the crazy interview stage. 😀

What story first hooked you as a reader?

Salem’s Lot by Stephen King. I read that book as a kid and my curiosity flew from there. I grabbed his books from the shelves and devoured everything he wrote.

What’s the most common ‘theme’ found in your stories?

The human condition. I write about men who dwell in the darkness of life. At first glance, no hope of redemption. But, I was a religious studies major in college and the concept of the sacred and profane feeds through everything I write. And I mean…everything. I see evil in goodness and goodness in evil. Life’s greatest moments are spent in the between. I love to write heroes who triumph over diversity. Most of the time it’s the diversity of their broken souls.

And of course for Dakota’s edition, we have a little fun thing she likes to call the fast five. 😀

  1. Coffee: Hot or Iced? Hot!
  2. Chocolate: Milk or Dark? Dark
  3. Panster or Plotster? Plotster for a loose idea of the general story then Panster all the way
  4. Favorite Writing Retreat: cabin in woods or cabana on the beach? Cabana baby!
  5. Bad boy or Millionaire Hero? Bad boy for sure.

Thank you Pauline for stopping by and talking with us today!  And those who enjoyed the letter P, as well!

Be sure to stop by and check out Pauline on the web:




And last but not least….where you can pick up a copy of Eye Candy. Right now it’s in Kindle Unlimited. Personally I just love the cover…but then again I could be partial. ;D





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