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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Anonymous 

About the Book

Title Anonymous
Genre Contemporary Erotic Romance
Author Loc Glin
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

Blurb

Jennifer Hartstrum has
trouble with men. Her relationship with an abusive father left her with a speech
impediment that flares up only when she dates. Her friend talks her into trying
an exciting new dating experience, the Anonymous Club, a place where a date is an
adventure and fantasies can come true. One must choose an alias, and anonymity is
guaranteed.
Andrew Martin is looking
for a woman who can keep up with him outside of the bedroom as well as in bed. He
tries the Anonymous Club with low expectations.
When Jennifer and Andrew
meet, it is Chemistry 101. Have they found what they are looking for? In a world
of aliases and mystery, is anyone really who they say they are? What happens when
anonymity is good for one but not the other?

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Cowboy Boss and his Destiny 
Genre Contemporary Western Romance
Author Name Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Living the good life in a big city for many years, Nora Trinity
ends up a statistic after the magazine she works for makes cutbacks. Despite a family
betrayal from her past that still needs mending, she moves back home to the
small town of Canyon Junction, Arizona, with forgiveness on her mind. When she
is hired by a local rancher to help with his ranching magazine, she finds herself
profoundly attracted to him, and the feeling is mutual. The thing is, her sexy boss
comes as a package deal, and his little girl is immediately drawn to her. It’s not
just about two hearts taking a chance now—or two people falling in
love… Nora has to be sure of what she wants before she takes on the cowboy and
his child.
Tristan Carlson does the best he can to raise his four-year-old
daughter on his own. His mother remains on the Double Dutch to lend a hand—giving
him the ability to maintain the ranch, tend to his horses, and keep up his small-time
ranching magazine. His pretty, new assistant is everything he wants in a woman,
including her ginger-red hair. He finds it hard to keep her out of his arms—especially
since she doesn’t mind being in his embrace. But from his experience with
women lately, he’s learned that some don’t want a ready-made family. This one seems
different, and he’s falling hard. But, there’s his little blue-eyed girl, and he’ll
protect Destiny’s heart with everything within him. Until he knows for sure…
Publisher Teel Blue Books

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Tea for Two
Title Tea for Two
Genre short contemporary romance
Author Name Marilyn Baxter
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG
Take one tea shop-owning divorcee, add a new-to-town attorney
and two meddling grandmothers and the result is a romantic brew that will make everyone’s
dreams come true.

Interview with Marilyn Baxter

Why did you write this
book?
Ever since I experimented with hot tea with milk and sugar after
reading a Miss Marple mystery, I’ve been hooked on tea. Glance around my kitchen
and you’ll find numerous types of tea and teapots and teacups and saucers. I love
to have afternoon tea and was able to do a fancy one at the Ritz Carlton in Atlanta last summer and at Fortnum & Mason (the Queen’s
grocer) in London
last fall. So it just seemed natural that someday I’d write about a heroine who
owned a tea shop. The plot and characters took a few twists and turns before it
finally morphed into Tea for Two, but that’s half the fun of writing – seeing just
how stubborn and obstinate your characters can be.
What is your favorite
genre to read?
Contemporary romance and romantic suspense
What is your favorite
character from fiction (not including your own characters)?
It’s a tie between Milla Edge in Linda Howard’s Cry No More and
Blair Mallory in Linda Howard’s To Die For. Milla suffered a horrendous loss and
drew on strength she never knew she had, then turned her tragedy into a resource
to help others. I can relate, not to the same kind of loss, but to discovering inner
strength and using that to pay it forward. Blair? She came along when I needed to
laugh, and boy did she make me laugh. Most people don’t take cheerleading seriously.
If they only knew… And thus begins Blair’s story.
Do you enjoy films and/or
TV shows? Which are your favorites?
I am a crime drama junkie. My DVR is regularly set to record
shows like Law & Order: SVU, CSI, Bones, Castle, Rizolli & Isles, Major
Crimes and Elementary. I also adore Downton Abbey, and don’t tell, but I’m a big
Survivor fan. All that scheming and making and breaking alliances – well, it makes
my life seem pretty darned normal. The last movies I saw were The Monuments Men,
Philomena and Academy Award winning documentary 20 Feet from Stardom. Loved them
all. Also don’t tell, but I’m eagerly awaiting the next X-Men film. Can you say
Hugh Jackman? ;-)
What are you working on
at the moment, and what are we likely to see from you in the coming months?
I’m in the midst of plotting a story set in Ireland, where I had the privilege to visit last
fall. I have a couple plots in mind. I’m fleshing out characters and trying to see
who talks loudest. On May 13 I will have a novella released by Boroughs Publishing
Group. It’s called Better as a Memory and is a story about secret pregnancy, reunited
lovers, a matchmaking mother and of course, happily ever after.
Please tell us about your
latest book.
Tea for Two is part of Boroughs’ Lunchbox Romance line. These
are stories between 6,000 and 12,000 words, and are designed to be read during your
lunch hour. The various titles already published in the line run the gamut from
contemporary to historical to paranormal. There’s something for everyone. The package
may be small, but inside there’s still a central love story and HEA.

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Author Bio

In 2001 Marilyn discovered romance novels quite by accident,
which led to a renewed interest in writing. She’s had over forty stories published
in the confessions and romance magazines and taught a class in how to effectively
write for this genre. Her most recent release is Tea for Two, a Lunchbox Romance
from Boroughs Publishing Group, and it will be followed later
in 2014 by a novella entitled Better as a Memory.
She is a member of Romance Writers of America and her local RWA
chapter, Heart of Dixie Romance Writers. Her involvement on the local and national
level has combined to give her a great love of the romance genre and to develop
friendships that span the globe.
In addition to reading and writing, Marilyn loves to knit simple
things, cook in the crockpot and garden in a few pots on her patio. Her motto is
“Have passport, will travel,” and last fall she added Ireland and Wales
to the list of 32 states and 21 foreign countries she has visited.
A native of North Carolina,
she came to Huntsville, Alabama by way of Frankfurt, Germany.
She has lived here longer than anywhere else and calls it home. After raising two
great sons, she loves to dote on her two granddaughters. And somewhere amidst all
the above, she fits in a day job as an administrative assistant for a boutique law
firm.

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Last Chance 
5 Easy Questions is an interview is designed to be quick,
easy, and fun. Today’s guest is Martha O’Sullivan.
What is your go-to meal
to order when you dine out? Your favorite “I know it will hit the spot”
item.
Lettuce Wraps at Cheesecake Factory.
What were you like when
you were in school?
Shy and underestimated. Boy, has that changed!
Would you rather stay
inside and watch snow falling, or get out in it and build a snowman?
Go out and build a snowman. I’m a doer!
What is your favorite
quote?
“Wherever you go, there you are.”
If the hero of your latest
book called you on the phone, what would be a perfect ringtone for him?
Love of a Lifetime by Firehouse.

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Title Last Chance
Genre Contemporary Romance
Author Martha O’Sullivan
Book heat level (Based on movie ratings): R
In Second Chance, star-crossed lovers Lindsay Foster and Brian
Rembrandt get a second chance at love amid the brilliant blue waters of Lake Tahoe. In Chance Encounter, Delaney Richards and Mike
Savoy’s quest for love takes them from Tahoe’s fawn-colored shores to the serpentine
streets of San Francisco.
And the heat in Last Chance comes not from the blazing summer sun and rugged, white-hot
sand, but from the prurient fervor between friends-turned-lovers Moira Brody and
Paul Webster.
Here’s a blurb from Last Chance (Chances trilogy #3):
Moira knows Paul better than he knows himself. But neither one
of them know that he is as in love with her as she is with him. These lifelong friends
will have to look at each other with fresh eyes and brave hearts. And even the single-digit
temperatures and snowcapped peaks of the Lake Tahoe
winter are no match for their long-bridled desire.

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Loving Link 
About the
Book
Title Loving Link
Genre Contemporary Rock Star Romance
Author Name T.D. Hassett
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Blurb
What
happens backstage doesn’t always stay backstage. Recent college grad Madison Clarke
shared a sizzling one-night stand with bad boy guitarist Link Jacks. She expected
it to be just one incredible memory but a well placed web cam will make her indiscretion
a viral sensation and have consequences for both of them.
Link
Jacks is done with women and determined to focus solely on music and rock-band Becket’s
upcoming album. He’s been living as a marketing-prop bad-boy rock star for so long
he doesn’t remember who he really is anymore. Not until he meets Madison, the emotionally
guarded and theoretically off-limits younger sister of his best friend’s wife.
Madison
wants to get her fledgling tattoo career off the ground and stop relying on the
generous charity of her wealthy brother-in-law to get by. She knows she should never
get involved with the likes of Link but his presence is downright intoxicating.
Her indiscretion will lead to Internet sex video and media frenzy. Their one wild
night of passion will have scandalous repercussions and force each of them to confront
their inner fears and emotional demons.

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Interview with Link Jacks

Tell us about yourself,
please.
I used
to be a pretty normal guy. I grew up middle class, raised by two music teachers.
I had a talent for music so I got a partial scholarship to Julliard. Never had much
luck with girls at least not until I was discovered and joined rock band Becket.
Once the image consultants, wardrobe people and public relations advisors got their
hooks into me, well life changed. All the sudden I couldn’t keep the women away
and everyone wanted a piece of me. I’m not really the bad boy monster the press
makes me out to be, but it sells albums and keeps my name current. At least that’s
the way I used to feel before I met her, Madison.
She brought out the real me and made me strong enough to face the world as myself.
Oh, I’m also thirty years old and questioning everything.
What is it that you want,
but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.
I want
Madison but I want
her fully in my world. She’s determined to not disappoint her sister by hooking
up with me but I know I can get her family to see things my way. I’m not who the
all think I am, I’m the real me when she’s around. I want to wake up with her every
day of my life but she just keeps on running.
What’s your external complication?
In the story world your author created, explain what it is you fear most.
I know
she’s attracted to me; she even seems to care. The trouble is being with me has
practically ruined her life. She lost her job, she’s been shamed in front of everyone
she knows and the whole on-line world got to see her fucking me. The press is hassling
her, people are giving her the stink eye and I can’t get her to forgive me for something
I didn’t really even do.
What is your family like?
My mom
passed away but my dad is still around. He’s actually part of the problem. He thinks
the best way for me to stay on top is to keep my name in the tabloids. He’s always
working on some scenario that will get me press, whether it be dates with supermodels
or rumors of trashed hotel rooms and drug addictions.
What special skills do
you rely on?
I am
an incredible pianist and guitar player. I can really sing although I usually only
sing back up. I love building small models and like to think I can teach anyone
how to play an instrument – heck, I wanted to be a music teacher when I was growing
up. I also have a head for business – I sure don’t want to be hopping around on
stage in my fifties so I have diversified.

About the Writer

Why did you choose to
write about this character?
He seemed like such a loveable, misunderstood bad boy and he
made my pulse quicken just thinking about him.
Was there anything you
discovered about this character that was a surprise to you?
When I started writing about Link I didn’t expect him to be so
smart. I was originally going with musical prodigy with a make over. He came into
his own and proved to be a truly kind person, motivated business man and stand up
guy.
What do you want to write
next?
I am finishing up a third book right now. It is a bit of a romantic
mystery that I hope will give readers a sexy love story and a who dunnit all at
the same time.
What other character from
this book do you want to write about? Care to tell us why?
I have already begun writing about the female protagonist’s best
friend, Darling Roberts. Link will also feature in the book as he really wants to
see his friend find love, even if that means a little manipulation!

Author Bio

T.D.
Hassett grew up reading the romance greats–Jackie Collins, Julie Garwood, and Judith
McNaught. She was certain that life should be like a romance novel, with lots of
passion, some incredible adventures, and a guaranteed happily ever after. She attended
college in New England, earning a B.A. in History
and an M.S. in Clinical Psychology before changing her mind again and studying education.
Currently Ms. Hassett lives in Connecticut
with her very patient husband and two young children. Her rambunctious family shares
their home with three crazy cats and a darling golden retriever named Delilah. Her
eccentric relatives and their quest to make her feel like the only normal nut in
the family tree inspire her writing.

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Cursed in Shadow 
Today’s featured book is Cursed in Shadow Book 1.5 Legends of Oblivion by Andrea
R Cooper.
Genre Fantasy Paranormal Romance
Author Andrea R. Cooper
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Cursed in Shadow is the continuation of The Garnet Dagger, Book
1 Legends of Oblivion series. This novelette bridges Book 1 and Son of Dragons,
Book 2.
After defeating the Warloc, Brock, the Elvin Vampyre, takes Celeste
to Tamlon to search the prophecies of the four and the Son of Dragons. However,
the Elvin city is not safe, even for his witch.
The Warloc’s protégé is bent on his physical return to the living.
Her necromancy brings forth Brock’s first victim and more.
Brock and Celeste must defeat prejudice and power to continue
their journey and find Brock’s twin sister, Mirhana.

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Burdened by Desire 

About the Book

Title: Burdened by Desire
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Author Name: J.L. Sheppard
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Jocelyn, an Elemental, is stuck between the mortal and immortal
worlds, yet not quite a part of either. Her power over the elements of the Earth
won’t evolve until she meets her mate. Before then she’s an easy prey and a coveted
possession for the Malums Inmortalis who wish to conquer the world.
Alpha werewolf, Landon, has been living with the knowledge his
fated female, the one woman created for him, is just beyond his reach. For months
he’s forsaken her, refusing to accept his mate because she can never grant him a
much-needed heir for his nearly extinct pack.
Despite his decision Landon finds himself drawn to Jocelyn and
when an attempt is made on her life, he realizes his destiny lies with her. Can
they overcome the long-held prejudices of his kind and defeat their enemies in time
to find what the future holds?

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About the Character

Name: Landon Wadden
Age: 515
Gender: Male
Birthplace: New York
Profession: Alpha
Ethnicity/Species (if not human): Werewolf
Describe his/her body build, skin tone, height and weight. Include
any unique features such as dimples, freckles, or scars:
His crystalline blue eyes, brown hair styled in a military-style
crew cut, and he wore a short-sleeved polo shirt revealing the tribal tattoo that
covered the length of his right arm.
Who is the significant
other in your character’s life?
Jocelyn, an Elemental.
What are the qualities
of his voice? (pitch, quality, volume)
He has a deep, rich voice, and has tendency to yell when he’s
angry.
Does he scrape by, live
comfortably, live extravagantly?
He lives extravagantly and has the means as alpha werewolf.
What does he have a knack
for doing?
He has an knack for pissing off his fated female.
Is he close to family?
He’s close to his sister, Olivia. She’s more than a century old,
but he’s very protective of her and often treats her like she’s still a child.
What is your character’s
biggest need at the beginning of the story?
His fated female.
What is your hero’s
biggest hopes and dreams?
He hopes for a world where he can claim his fated, a world
where he could claim his fated, the woman granted for him despite their breed. “Her
soft lips against his made him want to create the perfect world where they could
live together regardless of breed.”
What is your hero’s biggest
personal flaw?
His temper.

Interview with Landon Wadden

Do you believe in love
at first sight?
I suppose most immortals believe in it. Immortal men have the
ability to recognize the woman fated for them. It’s a gift, a cosmic gift destiny
grants us during the span of our long lives. We wait and wait until we are granted
this woman, this precious gift.
Sounds like you’ve met
her?
(His eyes sparked yellow and he growled.) Is there a question
in there somewhere?
Yes, Landon. Have you
met your fated female?
(At immortal speed, he stood and shoved his fists in his pockets.)
That’s none of your business!
Are you often quick to
temper?
No… yes… It depends. (He sits then shoves his fingers through
his hair in frustration.) I have been quick to temper lately.
Why is that?
Because…Because there’s something I want that I can’t have.
And what is that?
I want my gift. She’s mine. It’s not fair I can’t have her.
Why do you think you can’t
have her?
(He sighs heavily, and looks away from as if lost in a memory.)
Because… she’s not of my breed, which means she can’t grant me an heir, an alpha
like myself.

About Your Writer: Questions for your character to answer about you.

Why do you think your
writer chose to write about you?
Because I’m burdened with the knowledge my fated could never
be mine.
What do you wish your
writer had not told others about you?
Don’t mind.
What do you wish your
writer would write next?
She’ll continue the series, the love stories of the Elementals
and their mates.
What other character from
your book do you think your writer should write a book about? Care to tell us why?
My sister, Olivia. I’d like to see her settled down with a good
man, a werewolf.

Author Bio

J.L. Sheppard was born and raised in Miami, Florida
where she still lives with her husband.
As a child, her greatest aspiration was to become a writer. She
read often, kept a journal and wrote countless poems. She attended Florida International University
and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelors in Communications. During her senior year,
she interned at NBC Miami, WTVJ. Following the internship, she was hired and worked
in the News Department for three years.
It wasn’t until 2011 that she set her heart and mind into writing
her first completed novel, Demon King’s Desire, which was published in January of
2013.
Besides reading and writing, she enjoys traveling and spending
quality time with family and friends.

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Syping with an Author 
Article by Marilyn Baron
What are the odds that an author in
Roswell, Georgia, would leave a review on Goodreads saying she enjoyed the novel
Coincidence and was looking forward to discussing it with her neighborhood book
club, and that the author, J. W. Ironmonger (John) who lives in Shropshire, England,
would offer to Skype with the book club?
With
the explosion of technology and social media, everyone reading books in different
formats, after all is said and done, it’s still all about the book. One reader liked
a book, commented on the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations
and the author, all the way in England,
saw the message, was generous enough to respond and give up his time to talk to
a neighborhood book club in Roswell,
Georgia, about his
book. Despite all the advances we’ve made it’s still, thankfully, all about the
book. Technology is just bringing readers closer to authors.
Our book club met at one of the members’
homes. We enjoyed a beautiful assortment of hors’ d’oeuvres and we made the call.
The connection was so perfect it felt like John was in our living room when he was
actually at his son’s apartment in London
at 2 a.m. The picture faded out a couple of times or froze when he was in the middle
of talking but we found it amazing that through the wonders of technology, we were
conversing with an author across the ocean on a computer about a book.
Everyone in the book club loved Coincidence.
We asked questions and John was delightful. We learned about his background and
the fact that he grew up in Kenya
and when he was 16 he visited a mission school very much like the one he wrote about
in the book. Before he finished the novel he and his son went back to Uganda in 2011 and
retraced the journey the main character made to get to the mission, visiting various
locations mentioned in the book.
“Africa
has changed a lot but it hasn’t,” says Ironmonger. “When you get out of
the city you still see mud huts. There’s still a lot of poverty, but it’s a beautiful
country.”
Ironmonger combined two ideas into
one book. He had always wanted to set a story in north Uganda and he also
wanted to write a story about coincidences. His main character, Thomas, who studied
coincidences, meets a woman, Azalea, to whom coincidences happen and who is convinced
she will die on a predetermined date. The novel explores what would transpire if
they got together and had a relationship. And there are so many plot twists that
the book will hold your interest from start to finish.
In the book, Ironmonger weaves in
arguments about predestination vs. randomness, free will or the idea that somebody
is “messing with our lives.”
“It’s easy for us to see patterns
where they don’t exist,” notes Ironmonger. “The truth lies somewhere between
the two.”
Ironmonger admits he does not believe
in coincidences although he did when he was younger.
“Sometimes we overanalyze things
that do happen,” he says. “We can’t explain everything and it’s foolish
to try. The message of the book is you can spend all your life trying to solve the
mysteries and none of us ever will.”
In the end, Thomas receives advice
from a colleague: “Why don’t you just listen to Azalea and support her and
see what the next surprise is?” Thomas has to overcome his inertia and decide
if he wants to follow Azalea to Africa or lose
her forever.
Ironmonger also discussed the few
differences between the UK and
U.S.
versions of the book, which was published by HarperCollins in this country in February.
The book got a new cover and an extra paragraph at the end to give us a happy ending,
but it is pretty much the same as when it was published in England. This is
the first publication of the book in the U.S.
Coincidence 
Ironmonger’s new book, Not Forgetting
the Whale, will be out next spring. It’s set in a village at the toe of England, accessible
only by one long road in and out. The townspeople, convinced that civilization is
about to collapse, want to seal off the road and the village from the outside world,
and then they save a whale.

Here’s the description of Coincidence:

What determines the course of our lives? Chance…or destiny?
On Midsummer’s Day, 1982, three-year-old Azalea Ives is found
alone at a seaside fairground.
One year later, her mother’s body washes up on a beach—her link
to Azalea unnoticed.
On Midsummer’s Day, 1992, her adoptive parents are killed in
a Ugandan rebel uprising; Azalea is narrowly rescued by a figure from her past.
Terrified that she, too, will meet her fate on Midsummer’s Day,
Azalea approaches Thomas Post, an expert in debunking coincidences. Azalea’s past,
he insists, is random—but as Midsummer’s Day approaches, he worries that she may
bring fate upon herself.
Coincidence is available on Amazon at http://amzn.com/0062309897 To learn more about
John and his books, visit http://www.amazon.com/J.-W.-Ironmonger/e/B009AKEYIU/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

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Marilyn Baron is a public
relations consultant in Atlanta.
She’s a member of Marketing for Romance Writers, Romance Writers of America and
Georgia Romance Writers (GRW) and the recipient of the GRW 2009 Chapter Service
Award. She writes humorous women’s fiction, romantic thrillers/suspense, historicals
and paranormal. She has won writing awards in Single Title, Suspense Romance and
Paranormal/Fantasy Romance. Marilyn blogs at Petit Fours and Hot Tamales at www.petitfoursandhotamales.com
She and her sister, Sharon Goldman, just released a play about
Alzheimer’s called Memory Lane.
You can find out more about Marilyn’s books and short stories and listen to a medley
of the music from Memory Lane
on her Web site at www.marilynbaron.com
or view it on YouTube at http://youtu.be/Hgi_mIdt5MA.

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Flynn’s Kiss

About Flynn’s Kiss – Disarmed and Dangerous Book 1

Genre Contemporary Romance
Author Name Diane Saxon
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

Interview with Diane Saxon

Why did you write this book?
Long before I had any idea I was going to become an author I
had a scene in my head and my hero was Flynn. It was such a vivid picture in my
mind I felt compelled to write it down.
I started writing books, became published, then last year we
moved house and this two page scene was at the bottom of a drawer in my bedside
table and I read it through and had to write the story. The scene is virtually unchanged
and Flynn is just as much a bad boy as I first imagined him.
What is your favorite genre to read?
Romance. Sub-genres dependent on mood. But I love reading, I
read vast amounts and always have. I change my mind on a daily basis as to who is
my favourite author, my favourite genre. So, here are a few:
Suspense/thriller
Paranormal
Humour
Historical
What is your favorite
character from fiction (not including your own characters)?
Well, again, I think this is transient for me dependent on my
mood. One that always sticks in my mind is Tim by Colleen McCullough. I read the
book and that character stuck with me. When I saw the film, it was very different,
but the character was still hauntingly beautiful.
Do you enjoy films and/or
TV shows? Which are your favorites?
I’m not big on TV, but I love films. Good old fashioned romances
with guts. Dirty Dancing, Officer and a Gentleman and who doesn’t love Ghost. Oh,
but please don’t give me unexpected tearjerker ending. Really. There is nothing
worse than feeling that I’ve totally wasted my time watching a film where the hero/heroine
drops dead in the last few frames. And believe me, there are more of those out there
than you realize. No! Don’t do it to me.
What are you working on
at the moment, and what are we likely to see from you in the coming months?
Well, wow. My head is full and my fingers have been flying. So
here we go.
Her Captured Groom – Historical romance. Written at Nanowrimo
in November and fully finished. Book 1 in a series of three.
Hawk’s Lady – Historical romance, Book 2. 45k words written so
far – should end at around 60k
Being Banshee – 48k into a 60k book – paranormal romance (sssshhh
– that’s all I’m saying until it’s critiqued) Will be finished by mid April.
Now, I don’t normally write two books at a time, but both were
clamouring for attention.
I have two more in mind for the paranormal series
Barbara’s Sin – Book 2 Disarmed & Dangerous – skeleton plan
– Will be finished by beginning of June.

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Diane Saxon lives in the Shropshire
countryside with her tall, dark, handsome husband, two gorgeous daughters, a Dalmatian,
one-eyed kitten, ginger cat, and four chickens.
After working for years in a demanding job, on-call and travelling
great distances, Diane gave it all up when her husband said “follow that dream.”
Having been hidden all too long, her characters have burst forth
demanding plot lines of their own and she’s found the more she lets them, the more
they’re inclined to run wild.

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Unleashing the Woman Within 
5 Easy Questions is an interview is designed to be quick, easy,
and fun. Today’s guest is Loc Glin.
What is your go-to meal
to order when you dine out? Your favorite “I know it will hit the spot”
item.
It’s hard to mess up a burger, although it has been done. Chicken
cutlet of some kind can work out well if they don’t put a lot of stuff on it that
I don’t like. Pasta is a safe bet, most of the time. You know…I don’t think I have
an “I know it will hit the spot” item. I don’t eat out very often, so
it’s a crap shoot depending upon where I go.
What were you like when
you were in school?
I was quiet, shy and reserved. I haven’t changed much, although
writing erotic romance as I do, it may be hard to believe.
Would you rather stay
inside and watch snow falling, or get out in it and build a snowman?
I’d rather stay inside. But I have been known to enjoy being
outside, dressed warmly by a chimnea, my hands facing the fire as the snow falls
gently and silently around me.
What was your favorite
book as a child?
As a child, I didn’t really like read. I read what was required
of me in school. I remember a book called “Starman Jones” I have no idea
who wrote it, and the story line escapes me, but for some crazy reason I remember
the title. I think I had to do a book report on it. (from
Kayelle: it was written by Robert A Heinlein and I read that myself! You can
grab it here.)
If the hero of your latest
book called you on the phone, what would be a perfect ringtone for him?
Bad to the Bone (by George Thoroughgood).

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Title Unleashing the Woman Within, The Mystic Museum
Series 3
Genre Erotic Romance, BDSM, Paranormal Elements
Author Name Loc Glin
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Rowena Milestone, corporate executive, has an accomplished career.
Yet one thing eludes her. Try as she might she can’t seem to have an orgasm even
though she likes sex. Her position in the corporate man’s world tends to intimidate
her dates. They perform well enough in bed, but they just don’t push her over the
edge, until she meets Stephen.
Stephen Sloan has a secret. He belongs to a very special, no
holds barred, anything goes sex club. He never thought he’d meet anyone like Rowena
there, so he wanted to believe her outrageous story that she didn’t know how she’d
gotten there. When she disappeared without a trace he knew she’d been telling the
truth. Now armed with three pieces of information he is determined to find her.
Rowena was devastated when the curator of the museum couldn’t
help. Minerva had said, “If the universe is willing, he will come to you.”
Fat chance she has of that happening.
Note: This BDSM book contains forced seduction.

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