Thank you so much for hosting me! I’m a fairly new author so I’m still in the process of getting my social media presence out there. I love to make friends on Facebook and can be found HERE.
I’m a huge fan of paranormal romance and while driving one day, coming back from visiting friends, I thought up a werewolf story title. One of my favorite television shows is Bitten on the SyFy channel and so I used that as inspiration of my character Tony Lykes. He’s an enforcer for his pack, which will do anything to protect their werewolf secret, but when his boyfriend Aaron shows up during a full moon meeting, things get a little dicey.
This is book one in my “My Boyfriend Is…” series. There is also My Vampire Boyfriend and My Alien Boyfriend, and I’m working on My Ghostly Boyfriend. On Sept. 11th I had my first fantasy MMM story release, Dark Rider.
Have a wonderful day!
You too, Elizabeth! That was a wonderful intro and I’m so happy to have you here on my blog! Friends, let’s see a little more about this hot new release with the absolutely gorgeous cover over there to the left. ;-) Continue Reading
Thanks so much for having me on your blog today. :-)
You are quite welcome, Miss Doris. I am ever in awe of your imagination and so it’s always a pleasure to see what you’ve come up with next!
What do you do on an island of sexual abandonment?
Hmmm, good question. Oh, you probably meant that for our lovely readers. I have some ideas but I’ll quit poking around in your intro and let you get to it. Friends, please read on. I’ve been following Doris’s Mid Week Teases on this story and you’re gonna want to check it out. As Doris was saying…
…That is the question Astrid asks herself as she speeds toward the shoreline. Having been bullied and cajoled into accepting the all expenses paid trip of a life time—you can’t really turn down a birthday present like that—Astrid is ill prepared for her encounter with the enigmatic Prince Rashid.
She never reacts to complete strangers like that. There must be something in the water, or maybe this newly emerging submissive side of hers is who she truly is?
I had great fun in writing this story, and I hope readers will like it too. (They will, they will!) Previously published as Awakening, this has been completely revised and is considerably longer than the original version. I knew there was more to Astrid and Rashid’s story and this is it. And it’s the start of a new series, called services to sisterhood, where fantasy fulfilment is the aim.
Sometimes you don’t know what has been missing from your life until you’re shown who you truly are…
Yay! It’s Mid Week Tease Time, a fun weekly event that lets us authors share snippets of our work, hosted by the lovely Sandra Bunino!
I took last week off because a certain someone named Luke took over my blog during the Book Boyfriend hop. He had entirely too much fun and has been a handful to deal with ever since. But now the reigns are back in my hands. May is the month of Military Appreciation and so today I’m sharing a short slice from my soldier story, The Boss. Here, Cherie has been the assistant Nick has avoided all year long until he just couldn’t stay away any longer. Hey, when a guy needs a haircut this bad…Enjoy and thank you to all who serve or help our Military!
Cherie sat down on the edge of the tub, still gripping the clippers that had warmed her hands, ignoring the tiny dark hairs dusting the floor, her fingers, their clothes.
“I didn’t realize how much you’d remind me of him like this.” Continue Reading
Hi everyone! I’m thrilled to have erotic romance author, Ella Grey, here today with her newest release, Embracing the Tease, which is the 3rd book in her Black Rose Series. She had me at “lead singer” (love my rocker romances) and the fact he’s keeping such a heavy secret. Sounds like a great read and it’s also part of one of my favorite Evernight lines, Romance on the Go. So have a look and enjoy!
The Black Rose, 3
They both need to blow off some steam…
Lilith Yee is Madame Tease, except she hasn’t been doing much teasing lately. Alex has left her in charge, which means there isn’t time for fun. On top of paperwork and making sure Twisted Rope is still performing on Friday, she’s bored.
Joseph Hall is the lead singer of the Twisted Rope. On the last leg of their tour, he has the weight of the world on his shoulders. He’s kept a secret from his bandmates, one that is slowly killing him inside. He’s more than willing to put the decisions in someone’s hand.
One night. No promises. Could it end up being the perfect beginning? Continue Reading
Carlene here wishing you a Happy Earth Day! To honor the importance of leaving this great place we all call home a little better than when we found it, my publisher, Evernight Publishing, is having a HUGE sale! ALL eBOOKS are 50% off for the entire day! This includes anthologies, new releases, old favorites, Romance on the Go titles, EVERYTHING!
Happy 2014 and welcome to the weekly segment, Monday Cute Meet. I’ve really enjoyed bringing this segment to you and appreciate your support of the wonderful guest authors and their books. In a romance novel, the “cute meet” is the first significant contact the hero and heroine have that sets them on their romantic journey and it’s one of my favorite story parts. Let’s see what today’s guest, contemporary romance author, Eileen Griffin, has to share from her latest, Dinner for Two, and her characters’ first meeting.
A big thank you to Carlene for hosting me on her blog today. I think my love of all things Italian had a major influence on my decision to make Tony, the male MC and head chef Italian and make the setting an Italian restaurant when I first began writing Dinner For Two. Tony Mancinni is the head chef of an Italian restaurant Sonia Davenport visits when she’s looking for the perfect place for her boss’ company dinner party. Tony rolls out the red carpet treatment for Sonia during their catering meetings for the upcoming party and Sonia quickly discovers that the restaurant is not the only thing she’s found that is perfect. I’m a firm believer that good food can make an evening enjoyable, and Tony and Sonia are brought together through their combined efforts to make a dish they create extra special in order to save the evening from disaster when a catering error threatens the entire dinner party.
You’re very welcome, Eileen. I’m happy to have you!