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But how can she make a choice that will break one heart…and complete another?
Badass Shifter Andy McNeilly is running on empty. The death of a prominent supernatural being has her reeling. The advent of a new street drug has the police knocking on her door for assistance. And a friend needs her unique skills to help investigate a messy murder.
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In the process, she uncovers secrets that threaten to derail her love life and her investigation. Or will the grime of the criminal world swallow her whole? This book has a novel twist on the ordinary shape-shifter trope and leaves the reader wanting more at the end of the story. Seven weeks ago the SRD captured me. Nine days ago, they injected me with something vile.
Today, I break free. And tomorrow? Chemically curbed, Andy has lost touch with her feras and beast when she needs them most. Andy is the perfect heroine, vulnerable, kickass, stubborn, loyal, mouthy, and she makes her fair share of mistakes throughout. I still want her for my BFF. I cried, I shook my fist, I laughed, I sighed with happiness Every time he tries to talk to her, however, he sticks his foot in his mouth. He doesn't mean to sound condescending.
Life would be easier if Lucy admitted he knows best, especially now that someone in town has threatened her. Sure, he helped her with a horrible situation and has looks to rival the gods, but he also views lynx shifters as inferior supernatural beings. When someone targets the business she worked hard to create, though, Lucy turns to the one man she knows will mercilessly unearth the culprit. Now she needs to convince Damian her feelings are true and reel him in before his need for vengeance destroys the entire town.
As a dragon shifter in hiding, Lara S tone wants nothing to do with others of her kind or finding a mate. No way, no how. She's perfectly content to work for a security company, masquerading as a simple mage. When the leader of all the dragon clans personally requests her as a bodyguard, Lara fears her secret is blown, or worse. What danger could possibly make Rafael Dragoi, the powerful Astarot, seek protection? She plans to make enough money to disappear.
Dragon leader, Rafael Dragoi wants to protect his clan and find his mate who legends claim will break the curse looming over his family for generations. Just as we cannot live without dreams, we cannot live without love. Love is not found, for love is truly blind. Lovers do not meet for they dwell inside of one another until the moment a whisper ignites the heart and a kiss touches the soul.
And we call that the beginning To fly limitless into the arms of someone who completes your soul gives one wings. Nothing can stop the power of love between a man and a woman. How does the night unfold for the strangers above the jeweled colored sparkling lights strewn like a bed in the valley below?
Perhaps a twosome or maybe a threesome. Perhaps forever is only for a night. You know, the longer and more that I do this, it never gets easier to talk about myself. How long have you been a writer and how did you come to writing? In many respects, I have written most of my life.
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I was in sales and marketing before I retired and I had to write proposals, proformas, presentations and contracts so I had to have some command of the English language. It was only after I started writing provocative romance and erotica that I realized how little command I actually have!! But, I started, in earnest, writing stories and books in How did you come up with this story? I wrote a very short workshop teaser, The Bath, for a group I am in in which the woman bathing dozes and feels hands on her, soothing her tired muscles and becoming more insistent, erotically.
She gives herself over to the sensations and then as she drains the tub thinks she sees a face in the water. It was the beginning or a romance that spans a century about a seafaring man that keeps returning to his home to try to find his beloved, Amalya who died in childbirth. That is how this all started and these two characters literally swept me away. What are the best and the worst aspects of writing? In all fairness, writing is a solitary endeavor, so the loneliness gets to me occasionally, but I have taken to the couch and write beside my husband as he does his crossword puzzles and watches sports.
And I have my characters to keep me company. What inspires you to write? A melody might, something that happened to me in my life, someone, or something I saw. My Dad was an Air Force colonel and we were stationed there for three years, but that is a story in and of itself! Things like that inspire me. Politics, for example, do not so everything is not inspiring to me. I suspect, to sum it up, the human condition is fascinating to me; how people treat and react to one another at their best and worst, is inspiring.
How did you conduct your research for Consenting Hearts? This is another time when much of what I wrote, I lived.
The same is true of Moonbeams of Unintended Consequences, although not all, for sure. It is a small 36 square mile island settled by Nordic settlers many generations ago so many of the current residents are related. Small Island, big gossip! Anyway, we lived there for nearly 20 years. That is where this story takes place, in a small part of my heart. For Consenting Hearts, The beginning is how I met my husband.
The drama surrounding the meeting is pure fabrication, as is the rest of the story, but that is how this lovely piece begins and why. I have so many, but these are just a few that are PG rated for this interview:. Sailie took her first sip, feeling the warmth of the drink claiming her body, inch by inch.
She savored that very first sip luxuriously. Dylan lit a cigar and Sailie thought she would like to die in his arms from the mere honeyed scent of the burning leaves. What would your friends say is your best quality? I am a good friend, I think they would say. I hope they would anyway. I try to be helpful and supportive. It is so hard to be a writer today. There are 55, new books published monthly. Anyone can write and publish a book.
I can be very discouraging for an author to be read and, as you know, promotion is time consuming and exhausting leaving little time to do what you love. I try to do whatever I can to help my friends. I try to be generous with my time and whatever talent I possess that might be useful to them. Are reader reviews important to you? Reader reviews are very important to me. Positive reinforcement is essential to my life-force. And it is crushing. Anyway, I am harder on my work than anyone else could ever be. I have been fortunate to be selected as a Readers' Favorite.
You can read some of the wonderful nearly two dozen 5 star reviews here :. My husband and I used to boat, but we lost interest when gas prices went so high. Beautiful boat. But we could eat lobster every day for what it cost us to go fishing in the Gulf a few times a month! That takes all the fun out of a hobby. I walk a lot as, like Emily, I have a wee Havanese dog of 12 fluffy pounds and I sew. Come to think of it, I have done little else but write in the last year!! Tell us about your other books? Thank you for asking.
Pre-order here. It includes elements of the day I met my husband but the rest is pure sizzling fiction. That is where this love story takes place, in a small part of my heart. The story of a seafaring man, tormented by loss and love, who returns nightly for his love Amalya who died in childbirth, only to discover Emily who now owns his home. Love across a century. Very sexy, very romantic! Order Here. My story is about a good neighbor and The Butterfly Collector. It has an interesting backdrop of BDSM.
The protagonist has a club foot, and yes, I once dated a man with a club foot. As with most disabilities, visible or not, it is our own feelings about it that are the most crippling. My last release was a fund raiser I help with for a friend that suffers from Ataxia, a neurological disorder affecting voluntary coordination of muscle movements. I can't say that I've noticed any adverse effects on his character, although I fully understand why some parents might feel inclined to shelter their children's sensibilities.
In reflecting on my own reading exposure when I was around his age, I don't remember much censorship. I read anything and everything. In fact, there was a certain thrill connected with reading something my parents probably would have found shocking.
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There were a few intensely interesting titles by Judy Blume that my friends and I discussed in hushed whispers. I even remember the more passionate scenes in "Gone With the Wind" piquing my adolescent literary interest. With that in mind, I thought it would be interesting to ask some Brevard authors about the illicit books they read at a young age. I was curious about what they remembered about their racy reads, and how it influenced them as they followed their career paths as published writers. Here's what they said. Clinton Styles: Aside from the magazines with artistic photographs of women, the book that comes to mind would be J.
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Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye. It wasn't racy as in scenes as much as it was in the cussing. Here, all the words I've heard every adult in my life use profusely but was never allowed to repeat were written, spelled-out and placed with perfection, reflecting the world and influencing me to write my fiction with realism. There was even a literal roll in the hay, and as a bonus, cursing.