Sunday, October 16, 2016

Upcoming New Release by Jamie Salisbury - Everything About You!

Jamie Salisbury

Romance Author
      Help me to help Jamie make this her best-ever pre-order release! As of Oct 18th, 'Everything About You' releases to the public. You can ORDER NOW for pre-order via the Amazon link below for $3.99. We could help her get onto the best seller list if she has enough pre-orders to boost the book to the top of the list. We can do this! Please use the share buttons below to Tweet, post on FB and Google so the world can find her books. Thank you for being a part of this push for Jamie Salisbury!

Book Blurb:

      Two souls haunted by their past.
     Separate incidents that took place a world apart have brought Audrey Cooper and Lincoln Stewart to the same place...Brighton Cove.
     An international journalist, Audrey is still reeling from her months held captive. Haunted by atrocities no person should be forced to witness, she immerses herself...renovating her great-grandfather's farm house in Brighton Cove where she spent so many memorable summers. Home. A place she feels she can heal and begin again.
     Lincoln moved to Brighton Cove with his late wife to pursue his art. With his wife's sudden and tragic death Lincoln throws himself into his work and his solitude. When his new neighbor appears, he is drawn out of his seclusion with much curiosity and attraction.
     Can these two find love in spite of their dark pasts?

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Monday, September 19, 2016

What's Erotic to YOU?

Four-Poster Beds?

     Yes, four-poster beds are erotic and I know I'm not the only person who thinks that. Besides being a beautiful piece of furniture, they serve several purposes and sleeping is only one of them. Perhaps that's part of what's wrong with the world these days. We don't spend enough time in bed, or relaxing for that matter. Our world is one of instant gratification in more ways than one. Sex and pleasure need to be done in a slow fashion so all parties are equally satisfied. If you disagree with that, you should stop reading now. This site isn't what you're looking for.
     Relax, take your time, give purpose to the pleasure you're giving your partner. Stop this need for receiving something instantly. Take time to relax, enjoy the pleasure and how you're being served. The body needs to work it's way to the warm-up level. We aren't instantly HOT....if you are, please leave a comment so we can all learn how that happens in an instant. I, for one, don't want to be instantly HOT because most of the pleasure is derived in the journey of getting to that point.
      Are four-poster beds erotic to you? They create an image in my mind that many people also envision and it involves all four posts. Leather and wood just go hand in hand, don't you agree? Or do I have the wrong image of a four-poster bed? Being spread out on that bed to entice your partner to come join you and relax is something more people need to take part in. Life is moving too fast in the world these days. The experience of sex should never be quick and instantaneous. I doubt you'd find many who would join you in a wam-bam-thank-you-ma'am type of foreplay.
      Things I find erotic are stilettos, soft leather, doe skin floggers, a bead of moisture slowly running down the side of a glass....or perhaps the side of one's face....mmmm. Being restrained could cause that...or nipple clamps, something else not used much anymore. At least no one discusses them. Should we take a vote? Click the LIKE button at the bottom if you've used them. I'm curious. I'd love to read comments on what YOU find erotic. So would our readers. Come on, you can do it. Leave your comment anonymous if you choose.
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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Love in the Arms of Another Woman...

Dreams Do Come True
by Tonya Kinzer

     Sandi knew she enjoyed making love with men, but too often got burned by them in life when they turned on her...or away from her. Her only exception to those men was her photographer, Daniel, and she ended that before she got hurt again. Daniel understood her 'why', but deep down, he continues to hope he can change her mind. Through her modeling, Sandi got close to many women and those relationships never treated her like a man's relationship had. Women treated each other differently and cared more about loving when things got real. And the hell with what public attitude was about lesbians and gays. She just wanted to be happy for a change.
     Her roommate for the past year continually got treated bad by one boyfriend after another and Sandi found that, in the end, Kiera always came to her for comfort. This last time, she hoped she would be able to convince Kiera that she didn't have to accept being treated like a doormat, nor be some guy's punching bag. Sandi's heart ached to make her understand that a new relationship with a woman would be like no other she'd ever been in.
     Are YOU currently in the wrong relationship? Have you considered that perhaps getting involved with another woman, (or if you're male, another man) would heal your heart like no other? If you're on that edge of determination, I hope you grab a copy of 'Dreams' to see how Sandi teaches Kiera the loving aspects of a good relationship.
     I'm working on book two that continues the relationship between Sandi and Kiera, but opens 'New Horizons' for them. New romances come into play and each has to make a choice, but will it be the right one? Thank you for stopping in and please leave comments for others to respond so we can chat.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Trained, Book 1, new release by Shae Wilder!

Shae Wilder
Romance Author

My guest this week is Shae Wilder, who writes from a mountain in northern Pennsylvania. She is happiest outdoors, but loves to snuggle up with a good book. She enjoys cooking tasty food, drinking fine whiskey, and penning stories that make you blush. I got the opportunity to talk with her recently about the book she just released. Her links are listed at the bottom so please stop by her sites and grab her books!

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

News about 'Through His Lens' LGBTQ series!

'Through His Lens'

     For those who love these story lines, I have bad, yet good news to share. Book one, Dreams Do Come True, was published via BookTrope. A few weeks ago, they notified all the authors that the company was closing...but all rights would be reverted back to authors so we can republish the titles if we wish to self-pub or seek other publishers. I will be self-publishing the title and put it back in my stable of books!! As of June 1, this will become possible and I'll let my readers know via my newsletter when and where they can purchase the new copies.
     Currently book one is e-book only. I've not decided yet whether it should go into paperback. It would be small, but I've not given up on doing that. Leave a comment below, yea or nay, whether the paperback should be available.
     Book Two, New Horizons, should be out this summer, no release date yet. I'm working on several books at the moment that are among my other two series. If you're interested in more news about my books or other author info, do sign up for my newsletter and be the first to hear. You'll also get contest info that isn't released for the public, only for my newsletter subscribers. If you're a subscriber, thank you so much. If not, I'd love to see you added to the list. Thank you all for stilling reading my books and welcome to all of my NEW readers. Each book is like stepping out to party with your friends who love kink!


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Saturday, April 23, 2016

New Release by Elodie Parkes - Heart in Chains! MM Romance

Heart in Chains, Elodie Parkes 
Encompass Ink, April 23, 2016 release
MM erotic romance/ suspense

     I so enjoyed writing ‘Heart in Chains’. I’d just written, MM romance, ‘A Forever Kind of Thing’ for an Encompass Ink anthology to be released later this year and I was still in MM story writing mode.
     Connor and Jay my heroes just gelled in my mind immediately as I considered the kind of adventure Connor might have on vacation in an exotic place such as Indonesia. Jay is a mysterious character, tough, driven, but on the verge of changing his dangerous life when he meets Connor. Connor is still getting over a relationship break up, but it’s been long enough and he’s tired of being single. His former boyfriend’s betrayal stays with him, but as soon as he sees Jay, attraction is seeded in his heart.
     These two characters are dear to me. Tenderness lies beneath Jay’s composed and tough exterior and courage lies beneath Connor’s sexual vulnerability. I think both will surprise you as you read their story.

     When Connor Douglas takes a tropical island holiday, he hopes to leave heartbreak behind. Little does he know the extent of the danger and sexual temptation that awaits him.
     Long after Jay Levesque has closed down his operations on the very same tropical island, the memory of Connor haunts him.
     Warm nights and scorching sex has someone’s heart in chains.

Read a teaser:
Darkness was falling as Jay arrived back with another man. They carried a tray each and the other man carried a stool. The other man left, but Jay smiled at Connor as he waited by the bed. Jay flipped a switch on the wall by the door and lit the place. Light streamed downward from the little white coolie-hat shade.

“Come, let’s eat.” He indicated the chair and sat on the stool himself.

Connor dragged his chain as he went to the table. He sat and took the cover off the plate of food. It looked good and the fish was already cut up, which was great since there was no knife, only a fork by his plate. He didn’t expect to be hungry, but after tasting the food, he ate almost all of it before he put down his fork and gave a sigh.

Jay ate slowly. When Connor stopped eating so did he and he placed his fork on the tray.
“It’s good to see you eat. Kiku, the man who brought the food with me, is going to bring coffee. Tell me about yourself.”

Connor turned to face Jay. He felt better after eating. “I don’t get it. Why do you want to know? Why are you being kind?”

Jay frowned. “There’s no need not to be kind. Humor me. Tell me a little about yourself.”

Connor shrugged. “I’m a marine biologist. I’m on vacation. I needed something completely different in my life for a time. These islands seemed like a good idea, far away, warm, beautiful, and …” He stopped talking. What’s the point in this?

Jay pushed his dark hair back from his forehead and folded his arms. He smiled.
“Far away. From what, Connor? A love affair gone wrong I think.”

Connor looked down at the remains of his food in confusion. Did he really want to tell his captor about his heartbreak?
“Not that it’s anything to do with you, but yes … I guess.”

Before Connor could react or even know what was happening, Jay reached out a hand and slipped it around Connor’s head. He swooped on Connor’s mouth and kissed him.

The kiss was so unexpected and yet so delicious, Connor closed his eyes and let it happen. He drifted in the soft merge of Jay’s lips on his. The lingering pressure and the way Jay brought his other hand up to caress the back of Connor’s neck was addictive. Connor leaned into the embrace. His cock hardened. Tingles from the circle of Jay’s fingertips on his neck spread down his spine and made his ass feel melted. Thoughts left him. The only thing that mattered right then was the kiss, and he lifted his hands to hold Jay’s muscled shoulders and kiss him in return.

It was Jay who drew away from the kiss.

Connor leaned back in his chair then, shocked at his response.

Copyright Elodie Parkes 2016, Encompass Ink, All Rights Reserved


About Elodie:
      I’m a writer who is in love with happy endings, currently based in southern UK.
     I love: music, art, flowers, trees, the ocean. I work with antiques by day and words by night. Like a vampire, darkness is my friend, that’s when the silence is only broken by an occasional hoot of owls in the woodlands opposite my home, and I write.
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Sunday, April 3, 2016

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Looking for new books?

     I'm inviting all authors of all genres to post their book links in the comment section so our visitors can click to see what your books are about. Post the link to your website book page or a buy link and be sure to state the genre your book is in: erotica, BDSM, LGBT, menage, historical, contemporary, etc. Make it easy for readers to find what they're looking for.
     Readers, welcome to my blog. I hope this week helps you find a few good books and maybe some to book mark for your summer beach reads. When you land on Amazon, please log in and FOLLOW the authors as well as clicking LIKE on some of the reviews you read. This will help that book and review to reach to the top of the list. Thank you!! We also want YOU to leave a reply to the author link or make your own comments. We want to hear from YOU about what you're looking forward to reading this summer.

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Monday, February 22, 2016

Lesbian Romance Book Two is progressing, sneek peek!

Meet Lady Ciara
From New Horizons

     “I want to know more about the two women I’ll be interviewing tomorrow. You’ve piqued my curiosity and you know that’s not an easy thing to do. I’ve seen and done it all, but I’m a sucker for beautiful women. You’ve got me there.”

Monday, February 15, 2016

Primula Bond's NEW Erotic Romance Release, Pierre!

 Primula Bond
Erotic Romance

This week's author already has FOUR five-star reviews for her new release and more come in daily. Her book is quickly climbing the erotic romance charts! Please help me welcome Primula as we sit down to chat with her.

Primula Bond has been writing erotica for more than 20 years. She started with short stories for magazines and has written novels and novellas for Black Lace, Accent Press, Mischief and Avon. She works as a 'book doctor' for the Writers' Workshop and delivers workshops at writing festivals. Her most recent work, Pierre, is a sequel to the Unbreakable Trilogy which followed the passionate and dangerous passion between Gustav Levi and Serena Folkes, and explores the bad guy Pierre as he tries to come to terms with an accident that nearly killed him, and whether he can ever make amends.

Tonya:  Primula, it's a pleasure to once again have you visit and chat with my readers. They love to know more about their authors. Tell us a bit about yourself.
Primula: I am one of four sisters educated at a Catholic convent, where I became head girl and where I developed my slight obsession with the erotic potential of nuns and the mystique and rituals of Catholicism. I studied English at Oxford before living in Egypt for two years and I have also lived in Venice and London. I started writing erotica when I was a single mother with my eldest son and now masquerade as a respectable wife and mother of three sons living in a lovely English city who raises immaculately groomed eyebrows when my 'other life' as an erotica writer is revealed! I also sing, take portrait photographs and love eating and traveling.
Tonya:  Do you have a day job?
Primula: I work part time as a secretary for a firm of defence criminal lawyers, which has given me an insight and interest in the criminal world as well as the rarified atmosphere of the barristers and Judges in a law court.   
Tonya:  Some of us have things we do to get into the writing frame of mind like music, or drinks. Do you have anything special you do to get into the writing mood?
Primula: In the old days it might be the odd joint or two to get me going, but now it's more likely to be a large glass of chenin blanc. Actually, I write better during the day when the house is empty of husbands and sons, and particularly in the morning, so I am more likely to be fueled these days by several cups of strong coffee. I have the corner of a particular sofa in a particular room where I seem best able to concentrate.  
Tonya:  Where do you keep story ideas? Where do they come from?
Primula: My ideas come from my own memories of people or travels, or situations, but they also come from overheard conversations, scenes glimpsed from a train window, anecdotes gleaned at the school gate or dinner parties, or sometimes purely from my extremely vivid imagination. I keep paper and pen near me at all times, even in the car or the bath, in case I get an idea and don't want to let it float away.
Tonya:  How is the publishing aspect going for you?
Primula: I'm lucky that my erotic romance series is published by a major publisher, Harper Collins, but they didn't take on some of the 'non-erotic' short stories I wrote under my real name, so I self-published those on Amazon in a volume entitled 'Stabbing the Rain'. To be honest they've had great reviews from the handful of readers but my publicity hasn't been very efficient.  
Tonya:  Congratulation on being with Harper Collins! What advice would you give to new authors?
Primula: First, read. Read the type of fiction you would like to write. Study how successful authors ply their trade, from the way they set out the text to how they portray characters and dialogue. As a 'book doctor' for the website Writers Workshop, I am amazed how many new writers say they are 'too busy' to read, but are confident they can write because they are university lecturers or whatever, then have no idea how to set out their story – and don't get me started on appalling grammar or pompous, over-elaborate prose. Next, be passionate and dedicated. That will shine through, even if the technicalities need some polishing. Have a plan and a vague deadline for your work, otherwise the project will drag on for years. Carry a notebook round with you wherever you go. Never ask family or friends to read your work and give an opinion. It's not fair to either of you. They won't give an entirely objective view and you will be easily offended if they do. Give it to a professional critique service like the one I work for and be prepared to pay for genuine, constructive advice! Finally, grow a thick skin. Those rejection letters never stop hurting, but if you are lucky enough to get a constructive one then learn from it and try again. 
Tonya:  Do you write better when you first have an idea of what your characters look like or do you write, then add character looks?
Primula: The looks are pretty much there from the start. Certainly with the flame-haired heroine of my trilogy, Serena. She is basically, as the Berocca advert goes, like me but on a really good day. And younger. Sexier. More beautiful. And far more feisty. The brothers Gustav and Pierre are my dream men. Dark, mysterious, damaged, seeking love, dynamite in bed. And Rosa is the kind of Latina sultry beauty I always wanted to be, and I've made her a singer, so I can indulge in my erstwhile ambition of becoming a jazz singer. So yes, the initial impressions for both of them were there from the start, but the details, individual quirks and back story grow as the story goes along, and if a new character introduces themselves to me they spring on to the stage fully formed physically but an essential part of story telling is to introduce various details little by little, as in real life. That's when you have to be careful as a story teller not to tell, but to show, and to make characters three dimensional.
Tonya:  What attracts you most about men?
Primula: I like them tall and attractive, strong and with deep voices, well educated, reasonably well off, but I also like them to be sensitive, funny, intelligent and extremely fertile. Too much to ask, do you think???  
Tonya:  Certainly not! We’re dying to hear about your latest book. What can you tell us without spoiling the story-line?
Primula: The fourth book in what started out as the Unbreakable Trilogy but has now become the Silver Chain series is called Pierre, and it is about the naughty younger brother of the hero Gustav Levi. He was a charismatic but destructive character in the trilogy, and I deliberately wrote him as someone my readers were supposed to dislike, but I wanted to explore whether true love could save someone like him. It has proved to be a challenge to persuade readers that the bad guy really can turn around, and so far the reviews have all said they actually fell in love with him. In this book he starts out very badly injured after an accident, and he feels he has been punished for his sins. But the question remains. Can a leopard ever really change his spots?  
Tonya:  Where can our readers find you and your books?
Primula: Some lucky UK readers can find my books on the shelves of W H Smiths, but mostly they are available on Amazon.  Pierre is currently only available as an e-book, but I hope this will be available as a 'print on demand' paperback soon.
Tonya:  Is there anything else you want to tell our readers?
Primula:  I want to encourage readers to get to know me and my characters and especially readers who love Fifty Shades, because my trilogy is unashamedly romantic as well as explicit. For those who love English characters, mine meet in London, but travel to New York, Paris, Venice and Morocco and meet a gallery of other characters along the way, some of whom are out to get them.
     Every so often I like to do a book give away, usually when I reach a milestone with my number of Twitter followers, so readers can watch for that. 
Tonya:  Tell us a few things readers might not know. What is your favorite night time snack?
Primula: Crackers and very strong cheddar, and either hot chocolate or the aforementioned chenin blanc. 
Tonya:  Do you like toppings on your ice cream?
Primula: I can't eat ice cream as it makes my teeth tingle, but I have a very sweet tooth especially when it comes to chocolate and raspberries.
Tonya:  What’s your favorite meal - Italian, Mexican, Thai, etc?
Primula: If I had to boil it down (pun intended) I'd settle for Italian food. I love pasta, pizza, meat stuffed with mozzarella or wrapped in proscuitto, tiramisu, insalata tricolore...
Tonya:  Readers, there you have it. Enjoy the excerpt. Please visit her Amazon page and websites. You can connect with Primula at Twitter and FaceBook!

Excerpt from 'Pierre:

             He slammed my arms above my head, on the window. The air conditioning was so cold on my skin. I was all goosebumps. Prickling, sensitive goosebumps. I had to press my tits against the glass. I like to rub until the nipples are burning.'
             'This isn't you, Rosie. You sound so angry.'
            I try to wrench my wrists away from him, but he has them fast, and heat is building up my arm. The taxi turns into the park and starts to drive across it, towards Bayswater.
           'Men like their women bitter, don't they? Makes them grateful for what they can get.'
            'Rosie. You can stop this now. I -'
           'It didn't matter what he did to me. How he treated me. I'm just the carer, after all.'
            I wait for his response, but his face is expressionless. Just a muscle twitching in his cheek. A flare of dark light behind his eyes.
          'Your words, Levi. Not mine. So your friend, he was naked now. He doesn't go for foreplay. Maybe we were hot enough already. His cock was there, shoving into my buttocks. Big, hard, everything a girl could want. Off he went, grinding, pushing my thighs apart, pulling me so I was bent forwards, leaning on the window for support. Suddenly the track ended, embarrassing when that happens, and in that moment of two of ghastly silence you could just hear my hands, squeaking against the glass. Just his breath against my hair.'
        Surprising rain drops start to fall on the taxi roof. Haphazardly at first, then breaking into a summer storm.
'           'The next track started. Figure it out. Loud enough to make your ears crackle.'
            'I know,' growls Pierre, dragging at my wrist so I'm a little closer. 'I've heard that one, too.'
           I look away from him, out of the car window, the city divided from us by a curtain of rain. I can see my reflection in the glass, just huge staring eyes, no other features.
            'So I bent over , hands splayed against the window as if I was trying to get out. I was in that room while your friend, a virtual stranger, banged me.'
            Pierre flinches. His eyelids narrow. He's pulled me closer to him so that I'm jammed up against his leg. It must hurt, but he shows no feeling at all. The taxi is at the north gates of Kensington Gardens, indicating to go right towards Marble Arch.
          'No blinds in those apartments. No curtains. Bright spotlights in the ceilings and darkness outside, so the whole of London can watch. All those other bright windows, eyes searching the night, people walking beneath us, boats on the Thames, cars crossing the river. I wanted to shout at all of them come on, watch me!'
            'I'd love to watch you, Rosie,' murmurs Pierre, loosening his fingers. There are four dents on each one and a thumb-shaped bruise underneath. 'But only me. Not the whole of London.'
           'Do you know what Daniele used to say when we were in bed? Me dicen tu fantasia.'
            'And what is your fantasy?'
          The heat is dying down now. In fact, I'm starting to shiver. Pierre puts his arm round me.
          'I wasn't quite wet. The resistance, the hint of pain, the giving pop was all the hornier.' I shift forward on the seat, but he keeps hold of me. 'We moved. It was really uncomfortable, pinned by him, pushing awkwardly against the window, my thighs were aching. A red bus trundled across the bridge. A neat row of faces on the top deck all turned to look out.'
           I keep my eyes on my reflection, just as I am in this story.
         'The track changed to a drumming solo, frenzied, tribal, and Robinson was thrusting in time to it, banging me up against the window, lifting me with the force of it. In the glass we looked like animals humping and then he was coming, shouting. I couldn't hear him because the drumming was repeating itself, over and over, stuck in a riff like a runaway train on broken tracks.'
         I'm wandering in my story now, losing concentration. At some point I've started crying, because tears are trickling down my cheeks. I'm talking about this other guy and yet all I'm conscious of is Pierre's arm around me, his fingers fanned over my side.
         'Did you come, Rosie? Did Robinson Junior make you come?'
         I close my eyes, get myself back to the story.
        'He was gripping my hips so as not to slip out, staying stiff, still rocking. I thought he was going to start all over again. I closed my eyes, I wanted to visualise the man I really want, and it worked, I was closer than I thought, and in a quick burst I came, then my knees buckled, he was slipping out of me, and I just fell down on the hard floor.  He tried to help me up but I shook him off and he walked off.'
          'We're nearly there. Is this story true?'







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