Stand and Deliver with Marie Medina

Hello friends :)

I cannot tell you how many treasures I have found lately in the Evernight Publishing Romance on the Go line.  I’m so very happy to share with you another wonderful story, this one a historical romance.  You’ll definitely want to check it out: Stand and Deliver by Marie Medina.  Enjoy!




Eloise thought being whisked to another dimension by a handsome man would be a fantasy come true, but the gorgeous nobleman in question can’t even make her come. As she tries to figure out how to free herself of him, she begins to notice a masked man following her wherever she goes.

In this world of lords and ladies, should she be afraid when this dashing highwayman rides up and demands that she be delivered into his arms? Her brain tells her to be wary, but her body tells her that the ultimate fantasy might be within reach after all…

Teaser Excerpt:

Eloise leaned forward to gaze out of the carriage window. In the bright moonlight, she could see the black-clad figure on his horse in the trees. Her fiancé seemed as unaware as ever that they were being followed, as did his driver, and she had finally decided that she didn’t mind this. The mysterious figure had begun to intrigue her, to excite her even. Continue reading


Hello friends!  If you haven’t made your way to the Romance on the Go page over at Evernight Publishing, you’re gonna wanna make an immediate detour from here to there.  But wait!  Not before you see why I’m sending you on your merry way…(and only if you’re an adult!)

London Saint James has a new ROTG release and it’s a hot one!  Check it out:

Dark Tales Diaries: Volume One DTD11S

For years, Tristan Blackthorn has toiled to find his lost love. He finally decides to use Blackthorn Printing, along with his newly created Dark Tales Diaries, as a way to find her. Will her story be one of the three tales in Volume One?

Mistress Guinevere’s calling card is her Red Stilettos. She specializes in a particular fetish and always maintains her control, until a man from her past returns to test her will.

A recently divorced woman experiences the effects of empty nest syndrome after her twins head off to college. With the clock ticking away, she decides it’s far past time to seek out something that has always eluded her. Will she find what she’s looking for with The Leather’s Edge?

And a bored computer programmer learns what it’s like to feel sexual freedom after being bound by a Master in Safe Word.

Be Warned: bondage, anal sex, sex toys, fetish


    “It’s been a long time,” he said in a voice that still sent shivers up my spine. “I was in town, and decided, why not?”

     I crossed my arms and eyed him suspiciously. “Humm…”

     “That’s it? All you have to say is, ‘Humm?’”

     “Humm is better than what I was really thinking, Marcus.”

     His mouth twitched at the corners, and I hated the fact I noticed how damn sexy his lips were.

     “Guinn,” he said.

    “Guinevere,” I corrected. I set my expression to that of unyielding stone and ignored those sparkling straight white teeth as he smiled. His wicked ways no longer affected me. I’d broken his spell two years ago, and I wouldn’t make the same mistake twice. I was Mistress Guinevere. I was in control, he wasn’t, and I would never relinquish the balance of power out of my favor again. Continue reading


Trista and Luckys Road Trip Goodies

Thank you to all the wonderful people for taking the time to pop in during this fabulous Mistletoe Madness Blog Hop!  I wish you all a very Happy Holiday Season!  And the winner of Trista & Lucky’s Road Trip Goodies is…

Tina Pollick!  Congrats!  I’ll be emailing you shortly.

Well, it’s bedtime for me friends.  But please be sure and come back later today (12/22/12) as I’ll be spotlighting fellow Evernight Author, London Saint James, and her new release!

Happy Holidays and

Always love,

Carlene Love


HolidayGiveaway2012 copy

Happy Holidays Friends!  Thank you for visiting my site as part of the Mistletoe Madness Blog Hop!

The Blog Hop begins today, Dec. 14, and runs until Dec. 21, 2012.  As a thank you for stopping by my site on your blog hop journey, I’m offering a gift inspired by my January 2013 romance release, Sidewalk Flower.  One lucky commenter will win a few of Trista and Lucky’s favorite road trip goodies including: Lush brand Rock Star soap, Gansitos snack cakes, a Sidewalk Flower bookmark and magnet, and of course, Lucky’s lucky Tic-Tacs!  All you have to do to be entered into my drawing is leave a comment in the comment section for this post!  I’ll randomly pick a name at the stroke of midnight (Eastern Time) on Dec. 21, 2012.

Be sure to click on the link below which takes you to the main Mistletoe Madness Blog Hop page to enter for a chance at the Grand Prize from the core author sponsors –a brand new Kindle Fire!

And don’t forget to visit all the 2012 Mistletoe Madness Blog Hop participants!

Always love,

Carlene Love



Welcome to the Evernight Holiday Blog Hop!

We love the holidays, we love making our readers happy and we love giving away swag. What better way to do that than to hold a blog hop?
Here’s how it works… the more blogs you hop to (linky link shown at the very end of this post) the more chance you have of winning prizes. Each site on the hop is offering a prize and Evernight is offering an iPad 2 as the grand prize! To be in with a chance of winning the site prize simply follow the blog you’re visiting and leave a comment which includes your email address. Each entry on each blog is then counted towards the grand prize draw. The more entries you have, the better your chance of winning that iPad 2! You also get extra points for liking the Evernight Facebook page!/evernightpublishing. Just make sure you let us know in the comments that you’ve done so. 

Happy hopping!

And now a word from me!

You thought that was all?  Nope!  Evernight is also giving  away an Evernight swag bag on their main blog

To personally thank you all for visiting me during your Evernight Holiday Blog Hop journey, I’m offering the below excerpt from my upcoming Evernight release, Sidewalk Flower, and to one lucky commenter, this site prize: a few of the hero & heroine’s favorite road trip goodies including a bar of Lush brand Rock Star soap, Lucky’s lucky Tic-Tacs, Trista’s Gansito snack cakes, and a Sidewalk Flower bookmark and magnet.  Good luck to all and to all a good Evernight!

Always love,

Carlene Love

SIDEWALK FLOWER EXCERPT, e-book available January 11, 2013

Her two insistent hands pressed against the back of his neck like she was forcing him to do this.  It was cute.  Yeah, she was dead wrong.  He’d wanted to kiss her since he’d first seen her, hopping down out of that girly silver Jeep.  But he knew better.  Earning something you wanted took more than a few hours.  And if he’d gathered anything from her hot and cold responses so far, it was that Jaxon’s vague but deliberate warning that he take good care of her hadn’t been just puffed up, ego talk.

This girl was in trouble.

He should have stepped away for both their sakes.  He knew he didn’t deserve this kind of kiss, not yet.  But California was glued to him on full speed and didn’t appear to have a pause, let alone a rewind button.  On second thought, he’d let her get this out of her system and then they’d start over.

Her hand had to be killing her, so he managed to pull it down and keep it tucked at her side.  But the other one was petting those hairs at the back of his neck, leaving him seconds away from coming undone.  If he clenched his jaw any tighter, those painful yet ticklish sensations shooting throughout his upper body would without a doubt get him into trouble down below.  Heck, if he squeezed her in his arms like he wanted to, she’d feel how aroused he’d let himself get.  He worked his jaw to ease away from the pain, wishing he could let go entirely and enjoy her touch. Yep, their fresh start was gonna have to wait until she was done proving her point.  Cute girl though.

* * *

His lips were soft and salty like he’d worked up a sweat at some point during the day.  Crap, again she cursed his damn tempting bloodline.  This would only complicate their pending trip even more.  So naturally, when he smartly pulled her one hand away, she found a sweet spot of baby hairs with the other and went for more.  Her rules—that was the only way to play with the boys and stay safe.

Lucky’s hands eventually cupped the sides of her face, which was fine because she had made her point.

“Are we okay?” he asked.

Well, hell if she knew.  “Yes,” she said.  They could figure the truth out later.  There would be an endless amount of open road ahead of them come Sunday to think.  Tonight was desperate Friday.  “We’re good.”  But she hesitated because he looked for a moment like he may have regretted things. When he coughed and cleared his throat, she was sure of it.

“Come on, Miss ‘We’re Good’,” he said, as he urged her the rest of the way to the back door.  “I’d like to keep that promise I made Jaxon.  You could go a little easier on me from here on out.”

The inside of her mouth remained warm from their kiss as she swallowed a cool breath of air.  The contrasting temperatures left her with a chill and a memory—the taste of the last kiss she’d had.  Cigarettes and beer.  No hand holding.  No talking.  No first, second or third date.  As badly as her sour heart warned her to throw Lucky in with that lot, she just couldn’t do it.  He’d already taken more care of her than any other guy she’d known.

“You shouldn’t take things so personally.”  At his wince, she splintered and added, “I know you didn’t sign up for this; I’ll try to be…better.”  No promises though.

“Okay.”  He hesitated, and shifted on the steps.  “Ready to go inside?”

“No, you should go in though.  I need to be alone.”  A tingle traveled around her wounded hand and she made the mistake of squeezing it into a fist.

Lucky dipped his head then and ran his hand up along the back of his neck, rubbing it in his obvious confusion.  “Trista. I’m kind of at a loss here.  You’re obviously in pain.  Just come inside and let me help you.”

She tried to warn him, hoping he’d listen.  “Lucky, you’re a nice guy.  Okay, I get it.  You want to help, but I didn’t ask for that and you have no idea what you’d be signing up for anyway.  Assholes can barely handle my world; a good guy like you doesn’t stand a chance.  Jaxon had no right doing this.”

“Hmmm.”  He scratched at his sideburn.  “You don’t know what I can and can’t handle.”  He looked down but she had caught his every word.

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