Character Blog Tour – DANTE’S FIRE by Jennifer Probst





Meet Selina Rogers

“I want you as a man. Your body on top of mine, thrusting deep inside me until I become a part of you. Not as a friend, or a healer, or a damn shrink. Get it?”

Growing up in foster care taught me to be tough, in control, and take care of myself. But that night I was attacked, I became a different person. They say all things happen for a reason, and looking back, I can see this was the way I met Dante. The man who healed me, talked to me in the dark night after night, and made me believe in love.

Of course, I had no idea he was the same man that had become my friend over the past two years. We had a bond that was just as strong, but who knows how long it would’ve taken for us to take a chance on each other. As an up and coming executive going for partner, dating the mailroom guy is extreme.

Yes, even in today’s world society gives us limits. I guess it’s a good thing Dante and I like to break them.

Many readers are wondering how we are doing. They’ve written to see if we’re struggling, if we settled into routine, and how I deal with my lover’s disappearances. We may be eating dinner, sleeping in bed, walking in the park, and whoosh—he’s gone. Like the time traveler guy-who was pretty hot—but nothing compared to Dante. I mean, hello, have you seen him on the cover?


Sorry, I digress. It’s not easy, but we didn’t expect easy. I think you’ll see more of our struggles in the next book. Am I jealous of all those other nameless, faceless women he heals in the night, like he once did me? No. Because I know he loves me and he needs to heal the others. But it’s hard to share the one you love every moment. I have my good days and bad days. The good always outweigh the bad.

Wait—did you think we rode off  into the sunset and had great sex and the birds flew and the music cued and everything came together?

No. But the sex is true. But when you love someone the way I love Dante, there’s no thought to failure. Whatever will happen, we’ll come out stronger.

I hope you read our love story. It’s not your usual, but we’re not the usual couple.






It’s Time To Meet A New Kind Of Hero…

Dante Stark has a dark secret–a legacy left to him by his father which is both a blessing and a curse. A traumatic experience as a small boy gave him special powers of healing, but it comes with a price. Destined to wander the world alone to heal others, he’s accepted his fate. Until Selina Rogers forces him to confront his deepest fears, erotic desires, and question his capacity to love.

Selina Rogers has made a name for herself at Inferno Enterprises. She’s tough, confident and prepared to succeed. She’s also built a world she believes is safe, until she’s attacked and then saved by a masked stranger. As he helps her heal physically and emotionally, she becomes fascinated by his overwhelming power and gentle touch. Determined to show Dante the love he’s been denying himself, Selina surrenders her heart, and dreams of a future with the mysterious man who completes her.

But will his dark legacy destroy them…or save them both…




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Author Information

Jennifer Probst wrote her first book at twelve years old. She bound it in a folder, read it to her classmates, and hasn’t stopped writing since. She took a short hiatus to get married, get pregnant, buy a house, get pregnant again, pursue a master’s in English Literature, and rescue two shelter dogs. Now she is writing again.

She makes her home in Upstate New York with the whole crew. Her sons keep her active, stressed, joyous, and sad her house will never be truly clean.

She is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of sexy and erotic contemporary romance. She was thrilled her book, The Marriage Bargain, was ranked #6 on Amazon’s Best Books for 2012. She loves hearing from readers. Visit her website for updates on new releases and her street team at


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