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Thursday, May 2, 2013
Genre: Erotic Ménage Romance
Publisher: Evolved Publishing
Format: Ebook, Paperback
Length: 50000 words
Alex has everything he wants. He loves the power that comes with his job, and fooling around with his boss provides the illicit kink he needs. He's in charge and trusts no one.
Will should've learned something from his disastrous past, but he's distanced himself from everyone who loved him, keeping the pain in protective custody. He has no use for entanglements.
Talia has a new man, safe and secure—and boring as hell. She won’t sleep with him until she knows she wants only him. But she can't forget, or forgive, the men who indulged her wildest fantasies and violated her trust.
They're happy apart... until Alex's case forces them back together, and Talia discovers she still craves both her former lovers. Can only one love her enough to satisfy her twisted desires and provide the stability she needs?
Sometimes, giving up control is the only way to keep it.
I got hooked on trashy romance novels in junior high, but my mom took them away from me, But she couldn’t stop me from daydreaming. After I got married, I wrote some of my naughtier daydreams down and sent them to Playgirl magazine. Two of them got published. I kept daydreaming and writing stories until my dirty stories turned into trashy books.
I live in
, but I’ll always be a loyal Wisconsin Cheesehead.
When I’m not lusting after my next bad boy hero, I’m looking for inspiration in
sci-fi and action movies, football players, morally ambiguous lawyers, muscle
cars, and kick-butt chicks. Colorado
You can find me on Facebook, and on Twitter I’m known as Trashy Writer. I call myself a trashy writer because I want my readers to know that I enjoy mindless escapism as much as they do. I’m not out to win a Pulitzer Prize. (But I'm an award-winning finalist in erotica, USA Book News 2012.) I just want to help someone relax and get away from it all for a little while. I write romance, erotica and trash for fun and pleasure.
May 21st- Gimme The Scoop Reviews (Guest Post/Excerpt)
May 22nd- Literal Hotties Naughty Book Reviews (Review/Giveaway)
May 24th- Sweet n' Sassi (Review/Giveaway)
May 27th- Proserpine Craving Books (Review/Excerpt)
May 28th- I am, Indeed (Excerpt/Giveaway)
May 29th- The Darker Side of Romance (Review/Giveaway)
May 29th- Harlie's Books (Review/Giveaway)
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Title: Red Dahlia
Author: Ross S. Simon
Publisher: Damnation Books/Eternal Press
Format: Ebook, Paperback
Length: 195 pages
A bizarre horror story of a British Royal Navy officer who retires to
, takes a beautiful young Hindu woman for his wife,
and they have a baby girl, who turns out to be the embodiment of the
Blood-Mother Kali, and seeks to destroy the world in fire and blood. India
ROSS S. SIMON, born Sam Ridings in
, in 1979, spent much of his childhood in La
Crosse, WI , and moved to Winona, MN , at age nine, where he still lives today. He graduated with Santa Cruz, CA 's Class of 1997, and nine years later, from Soquel High School with an AA degree in Basic Liberal Arts. His hobbies include pinball gaming,
collecting pop memorabilia, and reading very interesting novels. Cabrillo Community College
- Harlie's Books (Spotlight)
- Sweeping Me (Spotlight)
- Literal Hotties Naughty Book Reviews (Spotlight)
- My Bookshelf (Spotlight)
- Full Moon Bites (Spotlight)
Series: The Brajj #1
Author: Jacqueline Patricks
Genre: science fiction/romance
Format: Ebook, Paperback
Length: 338 pages
The alien culture of the brajj, to which Cass and her team are transported, is deftly revealed over time, not over-explained or tediously described. The interactions between humans and aliens are well handled. Plot twists at the end are genuinely startling, and leave the reader anticipating the sequel. IndieReader
Aliens, zombies, romance and a wormhole all wrapped up in a mystery!
*Rated Mature 17+ for violence, language, sexual scenes, gore* Science Fiction/Romance/Adventure
(Serious sci-fi with a romance-this is not a fluffy bunny)
Haunted by dreams of an alien world and obsessed with unlocking the mystery, Dr. Cass Baros does the improbable. She creates a wormhole. While her team preps to traverse it, she becomes more suspicious of her fiancé and co-project leader, Dr. Julian Saunders. Is he really so jealous and secretive?
Her boss, Dr. Janson, also has an agenda, which includes adding an U.S. Army contingent to her scientific team. Captain Lewis seems intelligent, but an army grunt is still a grunt, right? As if this isn’t enough to make a normal woman paranoid—and Cass is anything but normal—her dreams have altered to include an alien man who thinks she’s their predestined queen and savior.
Once through the wormhole, they make first contact with the brajj, and Cass meets Jeamon, the man from her dreams. According to him, she must be taken to the brajj’s leader, Master. Cass is conflicted. She is drawn to Jeamon, but still engaged to Julian and rightfully uncertain, though she feels changes occurring within her.
Unable to return home and facing numerous dangers—external and internal—the team deals with this fascinating new world, including an altering Cass. How far is the team willing to go to discover answers? What is Cass willing to do if she is to be a savior? What will Jeamon choose when faced with split loyalties?
Forced to choose between their old lives and their new ones, Cass and Jeamon are plunged into an adventure beyond their control. One in which the rest of the team must struggle to survive along with them as they unravel the millennia old secrets of the brajj’s world.
Passion and love, genius and madness, jealousy and danger enough to cause the death of worlds await them through the wormhole...
I started writing fiction when I was 15, and like most aspiring writers, my work was terrible, immature, cliched drivel. But I kept at it, even went to college for my creative writing degree before I understood how useless such degrees tend to be for real world applications. I also got used to the typical reject letters. Eventually, I needed annoying things like food, clothing and rent, so I got a real job and ended up finishing my degree in paramedicine.
Since then, I've gained 19+ years of experience as a paramedic, and that's after joining the army which paid for my degree. Of course, becoming a medic and honing the skills takes a lot of energy, so my writing got derailed for many years but never forgotten.
Then a wonderful thing happened. I woke up one morning with the fire to write fiction again. Sure, I'd written plenty of medical reports. I'd been published online by writing medical articles and was paid to write for a crafts blog, but I hadn't felt the particular desire to write fiction in nearly a decade.
I was back.
I haven't stopped writing fiction since Oct 2010, and I don't plan on stopping. In the last two years, I've written over a million words and counting. As of Oct 2012, I've got a half a dozen stories in progress and can barely keep up with my muse. Everything from science fiction, fantasy, fiction, psychological thrillers, historical fiction/action, horror, mystery and romance. If you enjoy my writing, then you can expect the unexpected.
Here's to second chances.
May 1st- My Bookshelf (Spotlight)
May 2nd- Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Mystery and More! (Spotlight)
May 3rd- Full Moon Bites (Spotlight/Giveaway)
May 3rd- Love in a Book (Author Interview/Giveaway)
May 6th- Musings of a Writing Reader (Guest Post/Giveaway)
May 7th- A_TiffyFit's Reading Corner (Spotlight/Giveaway)
May 8th- Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews (Author Interview/Giveaway)
May 9th- Sapphire Kande (Spotlight/Giveaway)
May 10th- Bunnys Review (Spotlight)
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May 20th- Fae Books (Spotlight/Giveaway)
May 20th- Kristy Centeno (Guest Post)
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