Friday, June 8, 2012


What’s your favorite color?

Red! Passion! Heat! I’m Cuban, so everything I do is hot and full of passion!

What type of vehicle do you drive?

It depends on who I’m dating at the time. Some of my boyfriends like fast cars, like Ferraris, Porsches, Corvettes. Others like that sturdy, strong man look of a pick-up, and other times, I’m with an elegant man that drives a Mercedes or BMW.  And they always let me drive...they all love it when I take them for a long ride.

Describe yourself to me.

I’m irresistible! I’m a Latina Bombshell that can make any man melt with just the slightest wink. I’m an actress that can cry on cue and I always have my lines memorized, due to my photographic memory. I use my sexuality to overpower men and make them succumb to my every whim. I’m pretty smart, before leaving Havana, I was studying biology and was going to be a pediatrician. I learned how to speak English in three months by looking at old Hollywood movies, I love Judy Garland, Jean Harlow, and Rita Hayworth.

How would your mate describe you?

A powerful woman that isn't afraid to fall in love. A woman that loves to dance all night long. I’m someone that gives a damn about all the shit that’s happening in the world. I mean, I can’t save everyone, but I care enough to save a few.

He would also say that I’m very sensitive, intuitive, and vindictive.

What really moves you, or touches you to the soul?

Sincerity moves me, whether it be a butcher that gives you honest advice about the meats he sells, a mother telling her children that she loves them, a world leader admitting to failure (although this doesn’t happen as often as it should), I’m always moved by sincerity.

What's the one thing you have always wanted to do but couldn't? What would happen if you did do it?

I think probably seducing a man, like they do in the James Bond movies. You see the beautiful woman enter the room, she deadlocks on her target, you don’t know if she’s either good or bad, you just know she wants something in that room and she’s going to get it.

What the hell am I talking about? I just did that twice on the way over to this interview...

I guess, I always wanted to come to the U.S. and I did that, so now that I’m here, I want to use this opportunity, this blessing, the best way I know how.

Describe your ideal mate.

My ideal man is probably not that ideal...just kidding...I like a man that is strong, both in and out of bed. Like me, someone that gives a damn about all the bad stuff that happens to good people everyday and is willing to make a difference in someone’s life.

I want a man that will stand by me in the bad times, as well, as the good and will inspire me to be better. Overall, I just want a mate that I can rule the world with. Also, another very important quality...he has to be a very good dancer. I love to dance, there’s a great uninhibited freedom to dancing, I go off into my own world and nothing else matters. So a man that can dance is a plus plus plus.

What are you most afraid of?

Failure, failure, failure and of never finding my soulmate.

What's the most important thing in your life?

Loving my family and always being true to myself, no matter what. Never allowing anyone to use me as a doormat where they can wipe off the grim from their shoes and just keep on walking. Maintaining a sense of worth in a world that thrives on making you feel worthless.

What do you consider your special talent?

I’m one hell of an actress and I want the opportunity, if these producers and directors, can see past my body and face, to showcase that; within my shell is an extraordinary entertainer.

I’m also very flexible and that comes in handy at the most opportune times, I never thought that all my gymnastic training as a child would be so important as an adult.

How did you meet the hero/heroine?

I met Morton Cay on my first day in Hollywood, he stopped me, ran his finger down my chest and asked me, “Can I get you a bite...of me?”.  I was immediately attracted to him, I knew that I wanted him right then and there, but I had to walk away. He’s a big-time director, at the time, I thought if you give in to him now, he’ll never respect you, little did I know that Morton Cay doesn't even know how to spell respect, nevermind the definition of it.

Was it love at first sight or did it develop slowly?

For me, it was. Morton later confessed that it was for him too, but he’s done so much to me, put me through so much that I just don’t know the answer to that question. When he touches me, I’m in ecstasy, but then the other face comes on and I don’t know him anymore.

What did you like/dislike about him/her when you first met?

Morton is extremely cocky, but that’s because he makes blockbuster films. His ego is the size of this room, his ego precedes him, so it’s difficult to get close to someone like that right away. After all, you have to hurl over his ego before you get to him. He can also be very dominant in his lovemaking, I hate it when he wants me to submit to other people in front of him, he dominates me sexually in a way that makes me feel lower than him.

If you were granted three wishes, what would you ask for?

The eradication of poverty from the entire world...
An A-list career as an actress in Hollywood with international recognition...
Cures for every human disease…

A fictionalized erotic parody inspired by life in the Hollywood fast lane! 
“In the sex war, thoughtlessness is the weapon of the male, vindictiveness of the female”
The Unquiet Grave, Palinurus (1944)
The restless spirits of Hollywood are creating their usual brand of mischief when they take special notice of new arrival, aspiring movie star, Lana De Luna, who has a face and body created for sex and an overpowering voice in her head that beckons her to take no prisoners–in vain, she tries to subdue the voice as it urges her to have but one goal, make it to the top of Hollywood by any means necessary–instead she falls in love with the callous and handsome rake, Morton Cay, who reduces her to shambles, thrusting Lana to finally heed the echoing almighty voice and transform into the most ruthless player in the game–looming souls laud her new ambition–bringing Morton Cay and all of her detractors to their grimy knees!
About The Author
Eiko La Boria was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico. She was named after the character, Eiko Tanaka, in director Sydney Pollack's film, The Yakuza. She is a relative of the beloved Puerto Rican poet, Juan Boria. She studied screenwriting under Academy Award nominee, Professor Jamal Joseph, of Columbia University. She is of Cuban, Spanish, and Moroccan descent and The Fame Shame Game: The Debut is her debut novel.
This is an illustrated book. Below is a link to an online excerpt so readers can see pictures and the story.

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