Excerpt: Male Call by Denise A. Agnew

Her sexy letters are his only lifeline in his dangerous world…

Male Call
© 2007 Denise A. Agnew
Erotic contemporary romance
Available Now

Successful computer software engineer Eve Carmichael melts under yet another hotter than hot letter written by Reserve army soldier Sean O’Callahan.

Yet Eve can’t take the thought of his life in danger overseas, and she resolves to get a sex life—and a life period. That means forgetting Sean before anything bad can happen to him. To celebrate her thirty-fifth birthday, Eve plans a trip to Male Call, a male review club. Still, she worries about Sean. She hasn’t received a letter from him in too many weeks. And oh, how she longs for those flirtatious, hot letters.

Sean finds Eve’s letters to be the only lifeline in his increasingly chaotic world. As their feelings grow hot and heavy, he can’t wait to return home and kindle that pure firepower.

When Eve receives a letter from Sean saying he’s been wounded, her fears are realized. But fate and a little mischievous planning by her friends will serve up the greatest surprise of all.

Excerpt: Don’t Let Go by Sydney Somers

Sleeping with the enemy was never so magical.

Don’t Let Go
© 2007 Sydney Somers
Paranormal Romance
Available Now!

Book two in the Spellbound Series.

Private investigator Finn Calder would sooner take a Lancaster witch out to dinner than work another cheating spouse case. Considering the long standing feud between their two families, that’s saying a lot. But when gorgeous Bree Jacobs works her way into the middle of his case with one memorable lap dance, Finn starts to think things are finally looking up.

The last man Bree Lancaster Jacobs expected to be attracted to was a cocky P.I. with his share of family secrets. Not even an age-old rivalry can stop her heart from pounding whenever Finn gets too close. As they work to solve a murder they both have a vested interest in, Bree knows she’s in real danger of losing her heart to a man who could never love her.


Excerpt: Lady Strumpet by Gia Dawn

They say that love is blind…too bad it’s not, it sure would help.

Lady Strumpet
© 2007 Gia Dawn
Erotic Fantasy Historical
Now Available

Return again to Westmyre in this second installation of the Demons of Dunmore series.

When the elegant architect Wynn meets Lady Jane Seville—ex-tavern wench and trollop—they clash like the outrageous colors of her clothes, her temper and fiery passion sending him to realms of frustrated arousal he has never known before.

The stakes are high. The king has promised Wynn the position of Lord High Mason…but only if he can marry Jane and gain her newly restored title. Jane, however, is jaded by a lifetime spent on the fringes of society, and is unwilling to reclaim her heritage due to the tragic circumstances of her past.

Wynn has issues of his own. Born albhus, with no pigmentation in his skin or hair, he has spent his entire life climbing the ranks of his profession in order to fit in and be accepted by the upper-class elite. Jane has no such intentions.

Can these two opposites learn to love?


Contest round up

I have several contests that I needed to post about and round up.

The Left Behind contest: All of the winners have been notified and are awaiting their prizes (eagerly, I hope) Winners were as follows:

#1 Amelia
#2 Barbara
#3 Annie
#4 Nathalie
#5 Paula

Congratulations to all the winners!

Free book Friday for The Lady and The Dragon by Shelley Bradley, the winner of a download of that book was Sharon.

Free book Friday for Mother’s Day, a print book of their choice from my print backlist was Nonny!

Now, as it happens, I had three books release in the past two weeks that I didn’t do Free Book Friday for. I’m going to be posting an excerpt for each one here in the next few minutes. Comment in the excerpt and tell me what interests you about the book and you’ll be entered to win. You only have until Thursday evening to enter because there will be two new books up for grabs on this Friday. And I won’t be posting a reminder of the contests on the excerpts–you have to have read this post to know to enter!

Thanks to everyone for participating in these contests and for being patient with me when I get behind on choosing winners. I’d offer to just stop doing them, but I think waiting is preferable, probably, lol!

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