02 September 2014

Proust Your Protagonist with Rachell Nichole

Meet Chase Masters, the protagonist of
Rachelle Nichole's newest erotic hit, To Sir.

Chase Masters

Kristina: Hi, Chase! Welcome to my site, and I want to give you a special thanks for being my guest. You're my very first interview using the Proust Questionnaire, you brave soul.  

Chase: Hey, Kristina. Thanks so much for having me by today, and for, um, asking me such probing questions, I guess. First I think a bit of an introduction is in order. My name is Chase Masters and I’m a Dominant and the owner of The K Club, a local hot spot for all your kinky needs, in the city of Spartan, NV. I hope my answers are up to snuff. 

Kristina: I think as soon as you mentioned you were a Dom, you got everyone's attention. I'm sure your answers will be just fine. Here we go!

What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery? 
Being out of control. Misery is not being able to impose my will on myself or my sub. I hate it. It makes me unbearable. Just ask my best man, Dusty. He’ll tell you I’m impossible when things go to hell and I have no sub to help me take the edge off. 

Where would you like to live? 
Right here in Spartan, NV. This is my home, and while things have been rocky here as of late, I wouldn’t want to go anywhere else. 

What is your idea of earthly happiness? 
A well-matched mate. I know how incredibly lame it is to say something like “you complete me” but that’s how I feel about two people who are perfectly matched. If I can find and hold onto that person, I’ll be at peace, no matter what else happens. 

The quality you most admire in a man? 
Honesty. To himself and others. 

The quality you most admire in a woman? 
Same as in a man. Why should it be different because a person is female? 

Your favorite virtue? 

Your favorite occupation? 
Dom, of course. Though club owner and Dungeon Master come in as close second and third. 

Your most marked characteristic? 
Physical? Probably the eyes. I’ve heard them described as penetrating. Character trait? My dominant personality. It’s been implied that I’m overbearing. 

What do you most value in your friends? 
Their friendship and loyalty to me. 

What is your principle defect?
Liz would say my pigheadedness. Dusty would probably say the same. Myself, I think it’s my perfectionism. I’m not happy when the chaos of life has me in its clutches. 

What to your mind would be the greatest of misfortunes? 
Losing the home and club I’ve worked my entire adult life building. 

What would you like to be? 
Batman? ’Cause, honestly, who the fuck wouldn’t want to be Batman? 

Who are your heroes in real life? 
My best friend and brother, Dusty. The man has reserves of strength others, including myself, can only dream of. 

Who are your favorite heroines? 
Cate Blanchett, Lady Godiva. And Liz Clark. 

What is it you most dislike? 

What natural gift would you most like to possess? 

How would you like to die? 
I don’t like to think about it, really, but if I had to choose, in my sleep, quietly and unaware. 

What is your present state of mind? 
Pensive, and tired. These questions have made me think far too much for such a late night. 

What is your motto? 
Live your life, not anyone else’s. 

Kristina: Wow, Chase! Excellent job with these questions. I definitely look forward to getting to know you better!

Chase: Again, Kristina, Thanks so much for the invite to come by today. Readers, if you haven’t had enough of me (as if that were possible) you can get more here


Image (c) Rachell Nichole
Rachell Nichole is a contemporary erotic romance author, who loves writing sexy romances about memorable characters who have to fight to hold on to love.

Rachell holds two undergraduate degrees, one in Professional Writing and the other in French. She also received a Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University. 

Rachell lives in New York with a mountain of books, a loving family, and an invisible cat who loves to snuggle.

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