I’ve been waiting for this book for so long I can’t believe it’s finally here.
Santa Baby is available again. Love the new cover the hubby designed. Just in time for Christmas! (snicker) One of my most popular books at a new (lower) price. Enjoy.
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All Romance E-books has slashed the price of all my books 50% after rebate. And remember, they have all the formats you need for your various devices, so there’s no reason to miss out on this awesome as hell deal.
Don’t miss out folks! 30% off after rebate! This is your chance to get the latest in the Yummy Love series, Milk & Honey for only $2.79!!!
I know. I know. I don’t have anything for months, then it all comes at once, but isn’t this the most fabulous cover EVAH!?! It was inspired by the awesome than is the cover for Sharon Cullars’s first, book, Again. And seriously, if you haven’t read that, well just damn.
What do y’all think of my sweet, honey child? It’s already up at ARe and Smashwords. It’ll be a while longer before it’s available at B&N and Amazon. But remember you can get mobi and epub files at ARe and Smashwords if you can’t wait. Jacinto, the hero is Vietnamese, for those of you who’ve been longing for more Asian heroes. ETA: Now up at Amazon! Here’s the blurb.
For those of you who enjoyed Buttercream, here’s another delicious story about the “flower children” of the Blakemore clan.
When a massive land development deal brings together high-powered dealmaker Cypher Lawrence and latter day hippie goat herder Jacinto Blakemore the last thing either expects is an explosive attraction that leaves them desperate for more. Cypher has been assigned to broker a contract with Jacinto for the sale of his farm. Despite his laid-back demeanor Jacinto has a will of iron and is determined to hold on to his land against Cypher’s corporation.
Business considerations take a back seat as they discover a love that transcends their differences, and Jacinto’s beloved moonlit prairie is just the balm Cypher’s overextended spirit needs. They fall into a serendipitous relationship, but when corporate intrigue threatens to tear them apart there might not be enough similarities and trust to sustain their love.
As y’all know, I’m working feverishly on Superstar as well as a surprise novella. As Sioux’s character comes to fruition I suddenly realized something; I really LIKE anti-heroines. And I’ve written quite a few of them. I think my first one was Lola from Try a Little Tenderness. I still get hate mail from people who are angry at the way she treated poor Koss. Of course, I also get hate mail from people who don’t like Callie from Rock Star, either, but I wouldn’t go so far as to call Callie an anti-heroine. Lola, ex-stripper turned virologist definitely was. Caja from Hot for Teacher is probably my next most commented on heroine. People absolutely loathe her, but I like her a lot. Then, I’ve always been contrary. Andi from Morning Star is another one who has a tendency to raise people’s ire. The very first review I got on that book was a one-star. The reviewer objected to the Biblical quote at the beginning especially given that the first sentence mentioned Harley’s fuckability. Other people objected to her having a one night stand. Interestingly enough, her mother, Minx, was and still is very popular. Isn’t that funny?
Sioux, the character I’m working on now, is an addict in recovery. She would be Beyonce, if Beyonce went the way of Lindsay Lohan with a dash of Rihanna thrown in. I love this girl like damn and whoa, but I’m thinking y’all might not be feeling her all that much. In fact, she might go down in the Hated Heroines Hall of Hatred (sorry, had to go for the alliteration there). And, as always, I’m sure y’all will let me know about it.
So what do you guys think? How do you feel about the anti-heroine? Or, am I off-base and these characters aren’t really anti-heroines? Hit me up. Let me know.
I can’t tell you how excited I am about my new release, my first with Ellora’s Cave, Drawing the Stud. It will be available July 26, 2013.
This story started a couple years ago when I asked Whit to teach Luke how to count money. He hit on the brilliant idea of teaching my then four year old son to play poker. I must say, that kid now counts money like nobody’s business! Hope you like the book, and if you do, please review. I really, really, really need this book to do well. Thank you ever so much.
Here’s the blurb:
Pace Whitaker is one of the few women who ever turned fabulously wealthy Jay Adams down. His alpha tendencies were too intense and she stopped seeing him after a couple of dates. Now her brother is missing, along with millions of dollars of client money. She’s forced to make a multi-million-dollar wager with Jay in order to save her brother from a lengthy jail sentence.
Jay welcomes a second opportunity to get Pace into his bed, but knows he has to play his cards right, otherwise she’ll run again. She’ll get the money, but only if she agrees to be Jay’s mistress.
Keeping her side of the bargain is no hardship for Pace. One night in Jay’s arms leaves her craving more. Before long, they’re all in for a high-stakes love affair, but overcoming her fears might be more than even he can ante up for.
Inside Scoop: There are more than card games going on as this interracial couple gambles on love.