Guest: Jenn LeBlanc

Hi friends! Sooo my birthday has come and gone, but June is juuuust at the edge of leaving us, so Jenn LeBlanc has decided to stretch things out. Whee!! Everyone give her a warm welcome. Jenn is a lot of fun, so I hope you go a little crazy with her. Us. >.>

I hear it’s YOUR birthday! And we’re all here to celebrate, because why on earth wouldn’t we?!!? The day Lime was brought to the world was a great day.
For your birthday, I give you images from my newest illustrated romance novel, because WHY WOULDN’T I? They do make the best gift.
Like this one of my hero Warrick and his love, Lulu:

Or this one of Warrick and Lulu:

The D and the D

Or Warrick on his own:

Warrick Back
I like Warrick on his own… do you?

Happy birthday Lime!!

Duke and Domina

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The Duke and the DominaHe’s poor. She’s rich.
He’s a sub. She’s a switch.
It’s not love.
It’s a marriage of kink-venience.
Grayson Locke Danforth, in his wildest of dreams, never expected two things.
The first was to be recalled from India by Queen Victoria where he worked for the quiet purposes of the crown. He must now become the Duke of Warrick after the tragic deaths of his father and brothers. However, tragedy is entirely in the eyes of the beholder, and Grayson doesn’t want the title, or to return to what remains of his family. Grayson wants to remain invisible, an outcast, a man in exile for the way his body and mind behave and the secrets he needs to keep.
The second thing he never expected was to be forced into marriage to a woman from the twenty-first century.
Lulu is no mere woman, however. She’s a switch who works as a professional Dominatrix—at least, she did. When she wakes up in a strange house, a strange world, a strange body, she isn’t quite sure what to think and is certain she’s dreaming. She has less than a day to gain her bearings and make a decision that will dictate the rest of her life in this world—whether or not to marry this beautiful stranger.
As Lulu and Grayson attempt to begin a life together, she discovers the true reason why this man is a stranger to his family. She can only hope she can persuade Grayson to accept who she is, and who he was born to be, before he forces her out of his life in order to maintain his well-kept secrets.
Trust doesn’t come easily to either of them, but it’s the only thing they have.
Grayson will have to give in to his need to submit in order to get his wife to open up and allow him to possess her fully in return.
It’s a cautious dance between two people who have never known how to trust, or love.

You can buy a copy here.

What do you think? Two – yes TWO – lucky commenters will win an ebook copy of The Duke and the Domina. Hot, huh? 😀
Now – come on, I want to know what sort of things you’d like to know about the illustrated romance books, the process, and so on!

8 thoughts on “Guest: Jenn LeBlanc

  1. Mary Preston


    you must have a good idea of how the characters look. Is it a complicated process finding models to fit the image?

    1. Jenn LeBlanc

      Oh my goodness, yes. Sometimes though, sometimes I just know. I met Mickael in January. I shot him for a few other covers. I was in the process of writing Warrick, and this man just stood out. It was unbelievable. His mannerisms and expressions? He was my hero, all I had to do was convince him to wear a corset. 🙂

  2. Timitra

    I want to know if you send out a casting call or leave that up to the photographer or do you do stock photos? What’s the process like to put the book together in both e and print formats?

    1. Jenn

      Timitra I am also the photographer 🙂 I did a casting call for Lulu, but I already had my Warrick from another shoot I had done 🙂

      It’s a lot of work because each edition is a completely separate layout, and while in the ebook I can place images exactly where I want them, it’s more difficult in print.

  3. Ki Pha

    Welcome Jenn!!! You know I love your work. But My question to you is, where do you get the clothing for your shoots? Do you make them, buy them, have them made for you, thrift shopping…? I know it’s tough searching for the correct style for a certain era if it’s an Historical.

    1. Jenn

      Hi!!! 🙂

      It’s pretty much all of the above 🙂 I have pieces purchased from the LA Opera House costume department, when they went on sale, I have pieces purchased from estate sales in Great Britain, I have made some of the pieces, and I’ve bought pieces from costume shops and had them custom made.

      I’m a bit of a collector of all things historical and costuming 🙂


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