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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Impetuous by Nicole Morgan.

About the Book

Title: Impetuous (Incessant Passions 1)
Genre: Erotic Contemporary
Author: Nicole Morgan
Book heat level: R
The Callaway Corporation recently bought the high-end resort property Jenny Jacobson manages. In that time, they have micromanaged both her and it into the ground. With no budget for repairs, she does most of the work herself. She proves to be pretty handy with most of the daily mishaps, until she meets the mysterious drifter Thomas Beck.
In the middle of a plumbing emergency, Beck comes to her rescue and fixes the problem, saving her from further disaster and costly repairs. Despite her best attempts, she cannot seem to get away from this man who shows up at every turn.
Regardless of her cold treatment toward him, he turns on his charms. Will his cocky arrogance mixed with his sexy smile break down her tough exterior? If so, what secrets is Beck keeping that could ultimately ruin any chance they have to find happiness together?

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About the Author

Nicole Morgan is a multi-published author of erotic romantic novels, which more often than not have a suspenseful back story. Erotic romance mixed with a good old-fashioned whodunit. While she’s written everything from contemporary to paranormal her leading men will more often than not be wearing a uniform of some kind. From military to police officers, she has a love for writing about those who protect and serve.
From her very first novel (which turned into a four book series) about Navy SEALs to her more recent releases you will be sure to find a few twists and turns you were not expecting.
Nicole currently lives in the Rocky Mountain region where she continues to gain support and inspiration from life’s everyday blessings.

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Today’s featured book is Whispers in the Dark by
Kris Bock.

About the Book

Title Whispers in the Dark
Genre romantic suspense
Author Kris Bock
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG
Whispers in the
Dark: Archaeology student Kylie Hafford craves adventure when she heads
to the remote Puebloan ruins of Lost Valley, Colorado, to excavate. Romance
isn’t in her plans, but she soon meets two sexy men: Danesh looks like a
warrior from the Pueblo’s ancient past, and Sean is a charming, playful
tourist. The summer heats up as Kylie uncovers mysteries, secrets, and terrors
in the dark. She’ll need all her strength and wits to survive—and to
save the man she’s come to love. 
Whispers in the Dark, romantic suspense set in the Four Corners region of the Southwest,
will appeal to fans of Mary Stewart, Barbara Michaels, and Terry Odell.
Reviewers give it a
4.3 star average: “A great read with a strong plot line and likeable characters!”
“This book kept me
turning pages until the end. The plot was full of twists and turns, always
keeping the reader rooting for the heroine. Excellent read!”

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About the Author

Kris Bock writes novels of suspense and romance involving
outdoor adventures and Southwestern landscapes. In Counterfeits, stolen
Rembrandt paintings bring danger to a small New Mexico town. Whispers in the
Dark features archaeology and intrigue among ancient Southwest ruins. What We
Found is a mystery with strong romantic elements about a young woman who finds
a murder victim in the woods. The Mad Monk’s Treasure follows the hunt for a
long-lost treasure in the New Mexico desert. In The Dead Man’s Treasure,
estranged relatives compete to reach a buried treasure by following a series of
complex clues. Read excerpts at www.krisbock.com
or visit her Amazon
page
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Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social
media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Marketing Exec’s Widow
by Tina Gayle.

About the Book

Title Marketing Exec’s Widow
Genre Contemporary romance with strong women fiction
elements
Author  Tina Gayle
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG
Letting go and rebuilding a life comes at a price. 
Having come to terms with losing her husband, Jennifer is ready to move on with her life, but she faces opposition from her friends, in-laws, and brother-in-law, who see himself as her future husband. None of them know of Jen’s marital problems and she is afraid of their reaction when they learn she has a date for Friday night? 
Hagan Chaney is not anything like Craig. He tempts Jen into the future but is she willing to give love another chance after the heartache she faced the 1st time around? 

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About the Author

Best-selling author, Tina Gayle
grew up not knowing what she wanted to be as an adult. Then someone asked her
about my dream job, her answer, “I wanted to be a pretender.”
So the job of writing books is the perfect job for her. She has a vivid
imagination and enjoys creating new characters and heartbreaking situations
that her readers can sympathize with as they root for the couple’s love to
blossom.
Before setting down with her computer, she worked in the corporate world as
both an accountant and a programmer. Once her kids were born, she decided to
give her dream of being a writer a try and loves to incorporate the heartaches,
headaches and fun of being a mother and a woman into my books. 
She is now working on finishing her Family Tree series…Summer’s Growth and
Fallen Leaves. (Paranormal Romantic Suspense) The last two Winter Wonders and
Spring Rebirth will come out in the next two years. 
She also has been playing around with short stories that tell the problems a
number of Baby Boomers are experiencing.
When not writing, she enjoys spending time with my family and traveling around
the country. She hasn’t hit every state, but she hopes to someday. You might
also catch her on the golf course with her husband of 30 years. 
Tina loves to
hear from her readers. What elements you liked and what you didn’t care for in
the story. You can read the first chapter of any of her books by visiting her
website.

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When you do something effortlessly and people commend you
continuously, you have found your gift. That’s what I tell people all the time. And it’s true. 
I’m Ally Bishop. I get story. I always have. I started writing when I was eight on a
Smith Corona (the electronic kind — I’m not THAT old). I wrote stories in
every spiral notebook I had. Eventually, I graduated to a Mac (yes, I’m one of
THOSE people). I imagined new worlds, emotional conflicts, and HEAs while I
waited at stoplights or wandered the grocery store. But here’s the thing: I
didn’t just dream it up and write it down — I critiqued what I read. I knew
when ideas were good, and when they stunk. I ran writing groups, judged
creative contests, and eventually got two graduate degrees in writing. That’s
right: I love it that much.
So here I am, years later, writing kickass heroines and devastating
good guys, along with some mystery and vampires thrown in (I promise: THEY’RE
COMING). And what’s really cool? I do what I love. Wanna write a success story
for your life: I promise you, that’s it. Do what you love. And hopefully, you
can make a living at it too. That’s the golden ticket, Charlie.
And chocolate doesn’t hurt, either…
About the Book
Title Outside the Lines
Genre Erotic Romance
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Don’t take up space.
Don’t talk too loud.
Don’t tell anyone.
Blue. I’ve always
been the problem child. My name alone should have warned anyone with a half a
mind that I’d be trouble. Who’s named for the broken crayon nobody wants?
Professor Rhys
Kennison should have seen me coming a mile away, and I should have known better
than to fall for someone so far out of my league. But his touch is like fire
and his taste…like the finest chocolate. What woman could resist that
combination?
We’re headed for
disaster, though—after all, it’s what I know best. No matter how hard I try, I
can’t stop destroying anyone who gets too close. And Rhys doesn’t understand.
How could he? When I don’t even understand myself?
Introducing Blue Trace
Welcome to Romance Lives Forever! We’re happy to
have you here today.
Name: Blue Trace
Age: Twenty-eight
Gender: Female
Birthplace: Bakertown, PA, USA
Profession: That’s up for debate
Ethnicity/Species (if not human): Some days…
Describe
your body and build, skin tone, height and weight. Include any unique features
such as dimples, freckles, or scars.
5’2”, sunburnable, the ol’ string-bean
build—nothing like my sexy sisters, Lux and Zi. :sigh: I’m super freckled,
thanks to my frizzy red hair, and my eyes are dishwater green (someone once
described them as “mossy,” so I’m going with that).
Who
is the significant other in your life?
Currently, no one. But I’ve been seeing
someone…well, “seeing” is a relative term, isn’t it? Let’s just say, he’s
definitely not my type, and there’s no way this can ever work.
Please
tell us a little about yourself.
Oy…not much to tell. I just got laid-off—that’s
the nice term for it, so I’m trying to figure out my place in life. My sister
Lux insists I should get into art, but I’m not sure. I’m not very good, despite
her insistence otherwise. She’s biased.
Life’s a mess right now. Not as bad as it’s ever
been…but that’s not comforting, to be honest. Whenever I’m around, it seems
like things can slide backwards pretty fast.
Still…I’m repairing my relationship with my
sisters, I’m trying to figure out my skills, and at least Dr. Rhys Kennison is
crazy-sexy. If you’re going to go down in flames, you might as well make it hot
enough to really burn, right?
If
we could only hear your voice (but not see you) what characteristic would
identify you?
God help you all. Ugh. My voice is, um, normal,
I guess? I hate hearing it on voicemail, but I guess everyone does. Plus, I
guess you’re kind of doing that now, right—“hearing” me without seeing me? Not
sure I’m doing very well.
Please
tell us about your education.
Ah, well, you can read about that above. I’m not
good in school. I’m not really sure why—I try. My teachers said I was lazy, and
I ended up on the “Morons and Mayhem” track in high school—you know, the
“remedial” classes. And even there, I struggled, though I eventually passed.
Now I’m taking Pre-Algebra, and even that feels
too hard—the letters don’t look right. It’s like they move around or something.
I don’t know.
I know I’m failing, and my sister says I should
get tutoring. And I will say, if tutoring were always like the last time, I’d
be an A-student! ;) But that’s a world of trouble, and I’m trying really hard
to get life right this time.
Do
you get by, live comfortably, live extravagantly?
Answer D: survive?
Are
any of your skills a source of pride or embarrassment, and if so, which ones
and why?
I don’t, um, really have any, to be honest. My
sister Lux insists I do, and she thinks I should take another look at the whole
art thing, but I’m not that good. Not really. And I don’t know how to use
Photoshop or anything like that.
Mind you, if I told her that, she’d immediately
pay for classes and buy me computer. She’s like that, and I love her for it.
Among other things.
What
kinds of things do you always carry (in pockets or purse)?
Cash, my bank card, and my little Yoda keychain.
Zi bought that for me when I was…eight, maybe? It was originally one of those
candy dispensers—Pez, I think they’re called—but the dispenser part broke off,
so I threaded silky bracelet thread through it and I carry that. Speaking of, I
always have one of those silly luck bracelets on my arm—the kind you buy at
dollar stores and wear until they fall off. I don’t know why—I just do.
What
is your family like?
Complicated. My mom just died, and she
was…mentally ill. I’m still coming to terms with that—I didn’t handle her death
well. And my grandmother’s a controlling b—um, *witch*.
My sisters, though, and their partners are great
and very supportive. They have a lot of friends I don’t know, so I’m just
starting to get comfortable enough to hang out with everyone. 
Do
you see morality as black-and-white, or with shades of gray?
My *life* is a shade of gray. I’d be a hypocrite
to look at others any other way.
How
do others perceive you based upon looks, and is this assumption accurate?
I’m small and skinny, so most people think that
I need to be protected. Which…if we’re being honest, used to be the case. I’m
tougher than I look though.
I’m not ugly—I mean, I got lucky in the sense
that I have a decent face and a little makeup does wonders for my eyes. But I’m
not curvy, so guys don’t really notice me all that often.
If
someone from your past showed up, who would you most want it to be, and why?
My best friend in middle school. When my sisters
and I were put into foster care, we moved into a different school district, and
I lost touch with her.
If
someone from your past showed up, who would you most NOT want it to be, and
why?
My ex-boyfriend. I don’t have many…I’m not a
commitment kind of girl. But he was a bit of a jerk most of the time.
Can
you keep a secret? Why or why not?
Yes. I’ve never taken someone’s trust for granted.
Someone like me doesn’t earn trust easily, so I try hard not to screw that up.
What
inner doubt causes you the most difficulty?
I don’t know that I’m good at anything, to be
honest. What if I’m destined to never be anything more than an underpaid server?
What
past event causes you the most fear?
When I was younger, I was a cutter. I’m
terrified I’ll do that again.
What
is your biggest need?
Heck, if I knew that, I could have saved on
years of therapy. Maybe to be seen? Valued?
What
are your biggest hopes and dreams?
I’ve always wanted to have my own “thing.”
Business, craft, hobby, something. I at least have my apartment. It’s the first
place I’ve ever had on my own.
What
would help you face hardship and meet any challenge?
I guess I already have it, though I don’t know
what *it* is. I’m still standing, after all.
If
you could make any one thing happen, what would it be?
To stop hurting my sisters. We’ve all been hurt
enough by people who should have loved us. Yet I keep making things worse on
them. I try so hard not to be the problem, but some days…that’s all I seem to
serve up.
When
there is a setback, what doubt or flaw surfaces?
That I deserve this. That’s it all I’m ever
going to have.
How
do you express disappointment?
In the past or now? Before…not very well. Let’s
just say, the red hair wasn’t *enough* warning. But now, with my therapist’s
help, I’m able to say what’s bothering me and talk through it.
When
(if) you lie or are upset, what gives you away?
:chuckles: My skin. I blush at the drop of a
hat.
Who
in your life has the power to hurt you the most and why?
My sisters. I would do anything for them.
What
would you like people who hear your story to know?
We are lovable, as-is. No magic pill or perfect
body will ever be enough for someone who doesn’t think you’re enough as you are
right now. I’m not perfect—far from it. I’m damaged, from the scars on my body
to the holes in my memory. But I’m enough.
I had to realize that on my own, and let me be
enough for *me.* Then I can be enough for someone else too.
You can do that, too, promise. It’s a sucky ride
at first, but it gets better. <3
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This quick interview includes info about the author, and introduces the story.

About Muffy Wilson

Muffy Wilson, author of provocative romance about love, sex, hope and passion, was born in Texas to traditional parents. With two older brothers, she was the youngest, the family “princess,” indulged and pampered. Her father was a career Colonel and pilot in the U.S. Air Force which required the family to travel extensively. Muffy spent her formative years in Europe and ‘came of age’ in France which forged her joie de vivre and love for books, writing and education.

~ Live, Laugh, Love with Passion

Chrissy Laurence is the cousin of Best Selling mystery writer CKLaurence. Chrissy has always wanted to write, but until her dear friend Muffy encouraged her to do so, she kept the manuscript she had started tucked away without moving forward. Thrilled with the opportunity to collaborate, she forwarded her manuscript to Muffy. It turned out that the two women were a perfect team. Yours to read and enjoy–thoroughly!

Interview with Muffy Wilson

Why did you write this book?

One of my favorite mystery authors, C.K. Laurence (The Mystery of Jessica Benson) and I talked about collaborating on a book together. She wanted to dip her toe, so to speak, into the pool of erotica and erotic romance. We appreciated one another’s writing style and commitment to excellence and thought, if one is good—two is gonna be great! Chrissy (C.K.’s erotica pen name for her more sensitive mystery fans) had begun the outline and I started to work of fleshing out the story. I would finish a chapter and C.K. would edit and finalize the work. Worked like a charm and a year later—voila! We had Cheerleaders.

Who is your favorite character from fiction (not including your own)?

Perry Mason by Erle Stanley Gardner. I know, sounds ridiculous but when my father was stationed in France in the USAF, we did not have a television. I had just turned thirteen and because of the entire series, I developed an insatiable appetite for mysteries, reading, books of any kind. I spent was free tiem I had at the base library checking out books to read throughout the week. I read everything in criminology: fiction and non-fiction. For a long time I wanted to be a criminologist or a medical examiner. It really shaped my love of reading and knowledge.

What are you working on at the moment, and will see from you in coming months?

I just finished a 20,000 word story I titled Consenting Hearts for an anthology with 20 other well-known authors, Indulgence, sponsored by The Erotic Author’s Guild due out in February 2016. Right now, I am working on a labor of love, my father’s memoire titled, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the War: A Memoire of LtCol. Joe Lyle Jr USAF. My dad was one of the original Top Guns aka Tom Cruise in the early 1950’s and flew transport, fighters and helicopter aircraft from Alaska to France and Vietnam. He was a fine man, an officer and a gentleman and very patriotic, but like most of us, he had flaws, strengths and honor. I want his life to be memorialized for those that are his successors. He is the tenth in a long line of twelve generations of our family that have proudly served the United States of America in the military. After I finish that, I have two series to complete beginning with The Para-Portage of Emily (The Shadow Seduction Series) and Moonbeams of Unintended Consequences (Ribbons of Moonbeams Series) so I should be pretty busy this coming year.

Please tell us about your latest book.

NOTE: Although this novel is lighthearted, campy and full of laughter with an occasional tear and lots of sex, there is a chapter that deals with rage, drugs, rape and is extremely violent. This chapter is not meant to glorify aberrant non-consensual sex and/or drugs and violence in any way. It is a pivotal chapter that lives at point to give Cherie a reason to live, rather than be sucked further into the dark abyss into which she is sliding.

— Miami Rattlers Cheerleader Cherie Redd is exquisitely beautiful, athletic, and very, very lonely. Romance: a puzzling phenomenon she figured had something to do with guys’ fear of rejection or lack of self-confidence because they just didn’t have what it takes to win someone like Cherie.

Titillatingly sexy and breathtakingly beautiful, Cherie and her other cheerleading friends often spent their lonely Saturday nights lamenting their beauty and available just for the asking. The prettiest single women around: lonely, loveless and forlorn.

Frustrated by too many quiet nights at home or with other cheerleaders, Cherie was oh-so-eager for romance and a man to seduce her lavishly. She wanted to feel what a real orgasm in the arms of an adoring man was like once again. So, she tucked her vibrator away and took to the Internet. Cherie had no clue how rapidly the seduction would begin or where her life would careen as a result. Painfully naive and overwhelmed by admirers before her spinning head cleared, Cherie was learning things her momma never even knew enough to warn her about.

Follow Cherie and her friends as their sexual scoreboards light up brighter than in any stadium. Or does it?

About the Book

Title Cheerleaders in Heat

Genre Erotic Romance

Author Muffy Wilson & Chrissy Laurence

Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

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Publisher Q~Press Publishing
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Kobo http://bit.ly/1maA0Bp
Smashwords https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/MuffyWilson CreateSpace https://www.createspace.com/5722086
iBooks: http://apple.co/1YYMtq0

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Website http://www.MuffyWilson.com
Blog http://muffywilson.blogspot.com
Twitter https://twitter.com/sexymuffywilson
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wilsonmuffy
Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/muffywilson/
Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/9679838.Muffy_Wilson
Amazon Author Page http://www.amazon.com/Muffy-Wilson/e/B00O54A9EY
Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/MuffyWilsoncom-210680885646803/
Google+: https://plus.google.com/+MuffyWilson/posts
DitterVerse: http://ditterverse.com/member/muffywilson
YouTube Trailers: https://www.youtube.com/user/MuffyWilson69/videos
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/penelope-jiuditta-b25a2050
Triberr: http://triberr.com/MuffyWilson
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Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social
media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is What the Marquess Sees
by Amy Quinton.

About the Book

Title What the Marquess Sees
Genre Regency Romance
Author Amy Quinton
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
England 1814: He is a marquess
with a woman to protect and an assassin to thwart. She is…not nice.
The Marquess of Dansbury is a strong, charismatic man living
a charmed life as an agent for the crown. His past isn’t without tragedy, but
he is too amiable to allow misfortune to mar his positive outlook on life.
Until now…when he finds himself tasked with protecting the one woman in the
world he actively disdains, Lady Beatryce Beckett. 
Lady Beatryce Beckett is mean. She ruins other women on
purpose. She lies. She cheats. She even steals. And she takes particular
pleasure in provoking a certain marquess. In short, she’ll do anything to get
what she wants: freedom from her abusive father. But she is strong (she’s had
to be), worthy (who’d have thought it), and in love… Wait, what?
It will take a special man to see the true woman beneath the
surface…and a strong woman to allow him that glimpse. Is the Marquess of
Dansbury up to the task? 

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Publisher Liquid Silver Books

About the Author

Amy Quinton is an author and full time mom living in Summerville, SC. She enjoys writing (and reading!) sexy, historical romances. She lives with her husband, two boys, and one cat. In her spare time, she likes to go camping, hiking, and canoeing/kayaking… And did she mention reading? When she’s not reading, cleaning, or traveling, she likes to make jewelry, sew, knit, and crochet (Yay for Ravelry!).

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Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media
contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Hard Days Knight by Livia
Quinn.
About the Book
Title Hard Days Knight, Under-Cover Knights (Storm Lake: East)
Genre Contemporary Romance (Military)
Author Livia Quinn
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG-13
At Knights
Production there are heroes on the cover.
He’s a
pretender, with the heart of a hero. When police officer Delilah Burke arrives
on scene to find a mercenary who saved the day with a rubber knife and fake
gun, she can’t help but be intrigued.
He’s sexy as
sin, and apparently a hero, but is anything about him real?
Ex-Navy
officer Luc Larue knows how it looks when the sexy cop and her partner arrive
at the local grocery. Luc’s moonlighting job requires certain…attire, including
fake “equipment”. Once she finds out he’s not really a hero, she probably won’t
agree to see him again, or hear his proposition.
Each day
reveals more of the enigma that is Luc Larue. The guy is golden, maybe too good
to be true. Then, trouble arrives from out of his past and Del is faced with a
choice – does she believe the evidence against Luc, or trust her heart?
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Publisher Campbell Hill Publishing
Amazon  Link   http://amzn.to/1Se308A
AllRomanceEbooks bit.ly/22VRFxC
Barnes and Noble bit.ly/1Oe9vV4
CreateSpace (Print) bit.ly/1SKomtr
Goodreads 
bit.ly/1RxOJE6
IBooks  apple.co/1ZnYYiz
Inktera bit.ly/HD-int
Author Central http://amzn.to/1OLwtUX
About the Author
Hi, I’m Livia
Quinn, A DC native living on the bayou. With a life long fascination (read
that: phobia) of storms, and living in Louisiana where severe weather is a part
of life, it was only natural that it would play a big part in my world. Visit
Storm Lake…where anything can happen! My former jobs as a mail lady, computer
trainer, plant manager, professional singer, business owner and salesperson
have stocked my brain full of quirky characters I can’t wait to share with my
readers.
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Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social
media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Changing Scenes by Jennifer
Allis Provost.

About the Book

Title Changing Scenes
Genre Contemporary Romance
Author Jennifer Allis Provost
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
“Image isn’t everything
…or is it?”
For Astrid Janvier, image is everything…
Astrid is a world-renowned model, as famous for her strut as her startling
green eyes. She’s modeled for the biggest names in the fashion world, and is
regularly invited to parties in New York, London, and Paris. Thanks to a
designer label addiction, she’s also broke, and takes a job as a cocktail
waitress just to make rent. When her best friend Britt asks her to be her maid
of honor at her upcoming wedding, their first task is to decide the menu.
Donnie Coehlo is a young, up-and-coming chef with a dinner menu to plan…
Donato—Donnie for short—is the
head chef at Thirty-Nine and Twelve, a seafood bistro on the Connecticut shore.
It’s a great accomplishment given his youthful age, but Donnie doesn’t brag. He
just wants to find the right girl, settle down, and have a bunch of kids. When
Astrid arrives at his restaurant, Donnie hopes she is the one. But would a
high-priced model like Astrid be interested in a regular guy like him?
As Astrid’s life crumbles around
her, and Donnie makes a terrible choice, Astrid learns the two of them are
irrevocably tied together.
Will their connection be enough
for Astrid to leave her high-fashion life behind, and accept what Donnie has to
offer? Or will she chase her dreams as a model, leaving Donnie as part of her
past?

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Publisher Limitless Books

About the Author

Jennifer Allis Provost writes books about faeries, orcs and elves. Zombies too. She grew up in the wilds of Western Massachusetts and had read every book in the local library by age twelve. (It was a small library). An early love of mythology and folklore led to her epic fantasy series, The Chronicles of Parthalan, and her day job as a cubicle monkey helped shape her urban fantasy, Copper Girl. Heir to the Sun, book one of the Chronicles of Parthalan, launched June 1, 2015. Changing Teams, the first in a new contemporary series, released November 10, 2015 from Limitless Publishing. The second book, Changing Scenes, will release January 5, 2015.

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This quick interview includes info about the author, and introduces
the story.
About the Author
I write sexy
paranormal small town romance (whew, that’s a mouthful!) set in Banshee
Creek, Virginia, The Most Haunted Town in the USA. The books feature feisty,
irrepressible heroines conquering strong, controlling alpha males. My heroes
fall and they fall hard and their stories are a lot of fun.
I love to
interact with readers so check out my website for my social media links.
Interview with Ani Gonzalez
Why did you write this
book?
I love cabins, I love snow, and I love second chance romances. I funny
and entertaining.
In Snowbound With Ghost, my heroine, Lily Holroyd, finds herself stuck
in a cabin with her ex-boyfriend, Hollywood actor Sebastian Franco. This is a
bit of a nightmare for poor Lily. As if this wasn’t bad enough, a supernatural
critter is prowling outside. Add some eccentric ghost hunters and The World’s
Most Haunted Radio Station and things get crazy really fast.
What is your favorite genre
to read?
I read paranormal and contemporary romance and I love humor and
fantasy. I mix all of these elements in my books.
Who is your favorite
character from fiction (not including your own)?
Eve Dallas from J.D. Robb’s In Death series. I think she’s one of the
best fictional characters out there and I really hope they bring her to life in
a movie or a TV series (along with Roarke who is equally awesome).
What are you working on at
the moment, and will see from you in coming months?
I just finished the first draft of A Very Witchy Wedding, the first
book in my new Main Street Witches series. It’s set in the same world as the
Banshee Creek series but features more magic and mayhem. This book should be
out sometime in March.
Please tell us about your
latest book.
Stuck in a
snowstorm is bad. Stuck in a snowstorm with the ex-boyfriend you sort-of,
kind-of betrayed is even worse. But an otherworldly storm may give Lily Holroyd
a chance to reconnect with her old flame, Hollywood heartthrob Sebastian
Franco… if they survive the night, that is.
About the Book
Title Snowbound
with Ghost
Genre Light
Paranormal
Author Ani
Gonzalez
Book heat
level (based on movie ratings): PG
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Meet Bernadette Holt from Commanding the Billionaire.

Author Bio

Andrea Dalling lives in the sexy Southeast, where the summers
are hot and the romance hotter. She loves to torture her characters but eventually
rewards them with a happily-ever-after.
Married to her college sweetheart, she’s an ally and an advocate
for LGBT rights. When she’s not writing, she enjoys gardening at her Raleigh home
and scuba diving in the clear blue waters of the Caribbean.
For news about her upcoming releases, sign up at http://eepurl.com/00WxP or visit her website
at http://andreadalling.com

About the Book

Title Commanding the Billionaire
Genre BDSM Romance
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
It takes a strong man to surrender to a dominant woman.
Bernadette Holt isn’t looking for love. A child of divorce, she
knows it’s just a lie. All she wants is a man who can handle a good spanking. At
her five-year high school reunion, she meets up with Max—the geek who once followed
her like a puppy—who’s grown into a successful entrepreneur and a sculpted hunk
of man muscle. As devoted as ever, he seems eager to obey her orders. Max’s humble
adoration slowly wears down the barriers around her heart, but she doesn’t trust
those feelings.
Tech whiz Max Martinov is CEO of a billion-dollar company, where
he makes tough decisions all day. At home, he wants someone else in charge. Bernadette,
with her steely exterior and soft heart, has been his dream girl since high school.
The tall, beautiful redhead carries deep wounds from childhood that he longs to
help heal. But when the ghosts from her past resurface, his love may not be enough
to save her.
This novella is for a mature audience. It contains scenes of
pain and gentleness, sweet kisses, sensation toys, a well-equipped dungeon, a bossy
Domme, and a confident sub who sometimes gets too toppy.

Introducing Bernadette Holt

Welcome to Romance Lives Forever! We’re happy to have you here
today.
Name: Bernadette Holt
Age: 23
Gender: Female
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Profession: MBA student
Ethnicity/Species (if not human): White Anglo-Saxon Protestant
Describe your body and build, skin tone, height and weight. Include
any unique features such as dimples, freckles, or scars.
From the age of twelve, I’ve towered over other women. Almost
six feet tall, I used to try to hide my height. Not anymore. I’ve embraced who I
am, a bossy, voluptuous, wasp-waisted woman who dominates men for their pleasure
and my own.
Who is the significant
other in your life?
Most of my relationships were casual, until Max Martinov came
back into my life. We went to high school together, and he had a huge crush on me.
I didn’t appreciate him then, the baby-faced geek who was barely shaving. But he’s
all man now, a self-made billionaire, broad-chested and sexy as hell. He makes me
feel beautiful, and he’s the only person who’s ever really seen inside my heart.
Please tell us a little
about yourself.
I had a pretty normal childhood until my mom left when I was
nine. Like a lot of kids, I blamed myself for the divorce. My dad isn’t the most
affectionate person, so it’s difficult for me to bond with other people. I don’t
trust love. It’s let me down too many times.
How do you dress?
Outside of a professional environment, I tend to show some skin.
I’m not a clothes horse, but I pay attention to my image. Dressy clothes, carefully
applied makeup. My long, wavy hair tends to look a bit tousled. I suppose I generate
a sort of sexual energy. Most people are intimidated by it, but it draws in the
type of strong, self-assured men I’m interested in getting to know better.
If we could only hear
your voice (but not see you) what characteristic would identify you?
I’ve got a raspy voice, and I’m not exactly shy. You can hear
me coming. I tend to stand out in a crowd. I’m not looking to be the center of attention,
but I tend to get noticed. Which isn’t necessarily a good thing. Some people judge
me harshly because I don’t meet their stereotype of what a nice girl should be.
I gave up trying to please those people a long time ago. I can’t be someone I’m
not. I spent a lot of years trying to, and it made me miserable. The kind of man
I’m looking for likes me just fine the way I am.
Are you book-smart, self-taught,
widely-experienced?
I don’t consider myself book smart, even though I’m working on
an MBA from an Ivy League school. I like hands-on experience more than theory—applying
practical solutions to practical problems.
What is your viewpoint
on wealth?
My mother was a pediatrician, and my father a corporate vice
president, so I’d describe my upbringing as upper middle class. But I spent most
of my childhood feeling isolated and unhappy, so I don’t believe there’s any real
connection between wealth and happiness. As long as you’ve got enough to get by—a
warm bed and a full belly—that’s what matters. A loving family is the most important
thing, and no amount of money can buy that. (Believe me, I know.)
What kinds of things do
you always carry (in pockets or purse)?
I keep a black bag in the trunk of my car that contains my emergency
Domme supplies: wrist cuffs, a short-handled crop, sensation toys. I’d never want
to disappoint a man in need, especially if what he needs is stern discipline. ;)
Do you see morality as
black-and-white, or with shades of gray?
My morality is based on the Golden Rule. I treat people with
respect, and I expect the same in return.
If someone from your past
showed up, who would you most want it to be, and why?
I’d want it to be my mom. I lost her to cancer when I was in
college, and I miss her every day. I have so many questions about my childhood,
things I never really understood. Like why she didn’t sue for custody, when she
knew my dad and I had a difficult relationship. I’m still haunted by that all these
years later.
Can you keep a secret?
Why or why not?
My whole life is a secret. No one knows I’m a Domme except others
in the BDSM lifestyle. A lot of people misunderstand BDSM and especially dominant
women. I’m not cold or cruel. Most of the men I’ve dated have powerful jobs. In
their personal life, they want to let go of control and let someone else make decisions.
I help them find balance.
What inner doubt causes you the most difficulty?
Ever since my mom left, I’ve felt unlovable. The fact that I
don’t meet that petite, demure feminine ideal reinforces that feeling. Having a
man kissing my feet drives away those feelings of inadequacy. But those feelings
always come back when I’m alone.
What are your biggest
hopes and dreams?
My goal is to be a C-level executive for a Fortune 500 company.
In my heart, I want marriage and children, too. But I don’t see that happening to
me, that fairy tale little girls dream of. I didn’t experience a lot of love growing
up. I’ve got no reason to think the future will be any different.

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