Yes or No by LB Gregg

We always enjoy LB Gregg whenever she drops in on her way to different countries. Today she wanted to celebrate her newest book Trust Me If You Dare by doing what she does best – have fun. So here she is, all pumped up and this time she brought along a friend.


Tomorrow, December 21st, Book II of Romano & AlbrightTrust Me If You Dare—releases from Samhain. I asked my favorite pal Caesar Romano to pop by and join me in a silly game of Yes or No. Caesar is a good sport.

Caesar: I am.

LB: If you haven’t met him yet, Caesar Anthony Romano is the star of Trust Me if You Dare– he and his boyfriend, hunky P.I. Dan Albright.

Ce: Who somehow managed to dodge this particular bullet.

LB: This is a FaceBook game and I hope everyone in the home audience (studio audience?)  plays along! Just cut, paste and answer, either here or at your blog or on your FaceBook, and let me know so we can read your responses! You may need a clean copy for yourselves since Ce and I messed this one up.

Anyway. Here we go. THE RULES

  1. You can ONLY answer Yes or No.

Ce: Hence the name.

LB: Right.  2. You are NOT ALLOWED to explain ANYTHING unless someone asks. And believe me, the temptation to explain some of these will be overwhelming, as nothing is exactly as it seems.

Ce: Easy Peasy.

LB: Yes or No, Ce. Try to keep it brief.

Ce: I can follow directions, but I think this is a silly game. For the record.

 LB: Noted. Don’t fuck with the promo. Okay! Ce is in BLUE and I am Black.

Ce: We’re like a bruise.

LB: Here we go. Kissed any one of your FaceBook friends? — Poppy. Yes!

Been arrested? — No. Although Dan has handcuffs…

LB: YES or NO. Jesus Christ, Ce. I’ve asked two questions and you’ve cheated both times.

Ce: Sorry. Keep going.

Kissed someone you didn’t like?
— Yes.

  Slept in until 5 PM?No.

Fallen asleep at work/school? No.

Held a snake?If you mean a one-eyed, purple-headed viper, well then yes, as often as I can.

LB: Dicks don’t count. A real snake, Romano

Ce: We don’t have that kind of snake in Brooklyn, so no.

  Ran a red light?Yes. But if I get a ticket, you’re paying.

Experienced love at first sight? — Not ever.

Walked a moonlit beach? — No. Now I’m depressed.

Totaled your car in an accident?Stony silence

LB: What? Was that a sore spot? g

Ce: Next. Question.

Been fired from a job?Not yet, but tick-tock or Poppy’s going to finally can me.

Pointed a gun at someone?Not yet.

Done something you told yourself you wouldn’t?Maybe once or twice.

Laughed until something you were drinking came out your nose?I’m the romantic lead, so yes.

Caught a snowflake on your tongue?Yes.

LB: Aw. That’s cute.

Ce: I know.

Kissed in the rain? Yes

Played spin-the-bottle?No. None of the boys would kiss me when we were in the 7th grade.

LB: Their loss. Sang in the shower? Yes.

Smoked a cigar? Yes.

Sat on a rooftop? That sounds dangerous.

Taken pictures of yourself nekkid? Are you kidding? Let me see those questions.

LB: Get your grabby hands off my list. Yes or no? Naked.

Ce: N-O.

Smuggled something into another country?What kind of question is that?Ce: It would be easier to just buy him a ticket.

LB: You could have smuggled some fruit.

 Been pushed into a pool with all your clothes?No.

Broken a bone?My own bone or someone else’s?

LB: Yours

Ce: Actually, I did that as well, so yes squared.

Rode a motorcycle? Yes.

Dumped someone? Please. Yes.

LB: Shep.

Ce: Shep.

Forgotten your anniversary?I don’t remember.

Lied to avoid a ticket? Ticket? Not…no…not really…

Hit a home run? — No. But I own a bat. Does that count?

LB: No.

Felt like killing someone? — winks Yes.

LB: Har. Har. Cross-dressed? — No, but I did take down a hermaphrodite once.

Made your girlfriend/boyfriend cry? — Only in frustration.

Eaten snake? — My kind of snake or yours?

LB: Any kind of snake. I’m losing interest. These are a lot of effing questions.
Ce: Well then, yes.

Been on TV? — Does the internet count as TV?

Shot a gun? — No.

Skinny-dipped? — Yes.

Gave someone stitches? — No. Just finger splints. And chicken pox.

Ridden a surfboard? —No.

Drank straight from a liquor bottle? — No.

Streaked? — To and from the shower.

LB: Eaten cheesecake? — Daily.

Eaten kids’ Halloween candy? — Mine and everyone else’s.

Killed an animal when not hunting? — Oh. My. God. No.

Peed your pants in public? — LB Gregg, you made that up.LB: rustles papers I did not.  Snuck into a movie without paying? — No

Think about the future? — Yes. And I’m hoping you’re thinking about my future, too.

Every day, baby. And I’m thinking your future is bright. Been in handcuffs? — Yes. Wait. Does that have something to do with my future?

Maybe if you’re good. Do you believe in love? —Yes. And you do, too.

Sleep on a certain side of the bed? — Dan says yes.

Mooned someone? — Dan says yes to that as well.

LB: Phew! We’re done! That was a lot of questions.

Ce: I know, right? Do I win a prize?

LB: No, but someone here at Wave’s blog will win a prize—a ten dollar gift certificate to My Book Store and More!

Ce: That’s a good prize! Do I at least get something for playing?

LB: Sure, Ce. Have a cupcake.

Post your own Yes or No answers here, or just ask me & Ce a question about Trust Me, Catch Me or our Yes or No answers, and we’ll put you in the running for our prize! Answer by midnight tomorrow night EST, Dec 21st .

Caesar and I wish you all a joyful holiday season that’s filled with friendship and cheer, and plenty of happy, sexy reading!

PS And as always, a great big thanks to Wave! Mwah!


  • Hi LB & Ce. Thanks for the chuckle. I loved the Q&A.


    I’m really looking forward to reading the new book. Congrats on the release today.

  • I’ve posted my answers to the Y/N thing several times, but it doesn’t like me, so I’m not doing it again…

    Eaten cheesecake? — Daily.
    I feel like that has a double meaning that I’m missing. But, taking it at face value..what’s your favorite cheesecake?

  • LB
    Susan, one of your fans, has been trying to comment and she has been unsuccessful so I offered to post her comment. Here it is

    wow, tough questions, wrote them down and hope I answered them all accurately.


    um, I feel a sudden urge to do some s’plainin LOL. and I don’t do much with FB, cuz I’m sure that was the question you wanted to ask.

    Were the handcuffs involved in a police incident of the unfun kind?

    I haven’t read either of these books, although I’ve read all your Men of Smithfield and love love loved them.
    – Show quoted text –

    • Hi Susan!! That’s a whole lot of yes you have going on! LOL

      I’m so glad you love the Smithfield books–I love them too.

      And while I haven’t written a handcuff scene YET with Ce and Dan–

      Ce-Don’t even think of it, L.

      –I might have something sexy planned for them in the future. Heh.


      PS Thanks Wave!!

  • I LOVED the first book in this series and sssssooooooo want this one. Our two boys are so cute together and I hope we see lots of them for a long time to come.

    And I want to say you’re my hero…..eating cheesecake everyday totally makes me want to become your stalker.

  • A big hello to LB and Ce! Love the Q & A.

    Can’t wait to read the further adventures of Ce, Dan and the whole crew. I have a special soft spot for Ce’s Nana, she reminds me of my own, whom I miss.

    Question for Ce – You and Dan have, um, enjoyed sex under a bed, and in a closet – both times with a strong chance of discovery. What is your ultimate fantasy location for a sexual encounter with Dan? 😉 I’m guessing a rooftop is out of the question….

    • Well after the adventures of Trust Me, I think a bed might be a good place to start. *g*

      Sometimes I think a person’s Nan understand you better than your own parents do.

      Thanks so much, Dianne

      ~Ce & LB

      • “Well after the adventures of Trust Me, I think a bed might be a good place to start. *g*”

        OK, now I am more eager to read this than ever, it would seem Trust Me just zoomed straight to the top of the TBR list……..LOL

  • *waves to LB & Ce* I just wanted to tell Ce that, after reading an online excerpt, that whole car “incident” was SO not your fault and the dealership should be glad you don’t sue them for the stress that defective automobile caused you, you poor man!! Happy Holidays to you both and to all those you hold dear! Can’t wait to read the new book…


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