This has been a great week for book lovers!
Today at Ellora’s Cave – Bona Fide Liar by Red Garnier releases!
Alex will do whatever it takes to keep male coworkers away from Carly. Who cares if she hates his guts? He wants her bad. He can barely believe his eyes when Carly sways seductively toward him and speaks the words he’s been longing to hear. Her place. Bring the plastics. There really must be a god! It’s finally time to make Carly his—for real this time.
Carly has heard her share of lies, but the ones spilling out of Alexander’s lips beat them all. The gall of him, spreading nasty rumors of them doing all manner of kinky things—even if she has dreamed about it. Carly’s determined to pay him back, and she’s wasting no time putting her perfect plan into action.
Red is one of my favorite up and comers! I think in a year or two she’s gonna make it big. I love her voice and this one is in my TBR pile (I would have read it already but I had to finish up a revision – which I did last night). Anyway, I’ll be reviewing it when I do you can bet on it.
And on Wednesday – another favorite Mandy Roth released Demonic Desires from Ellora’s Cave!
She might look fragile, but Ava Fenaly is fierce. She knows a thing or two about magik, and she knows exactly what she’s doing when she summons a demon in her bedroom. Well, almost. Ava is convinced that the exhilarating, almost terrifying night of passion that follows is all a dream. It has to be, because she’s dead set against revisiting her past—and the horrors she left behind long ago.
For the last three-hundred-plus years, Donatus Manlian has been living a peaceful life. Lonely, but peaceful. When the demon he has kept carefully locked within for centuries finally breaks free and responds to Ava’s call, the peace—and the loneliness—are gone. Now Donatus is forced to revisit tragedies long buried as he protects Ava from the evil that pursues her. But another evil lies within him—and now that it’s been awakened, the demon wants free.
No secret I love Mandy’s writing and this one and Guardian are in my TBR file too!
And wow, look at the list of authors in the newest Caveman Anthology – Seasons of Seduction III!
Six of EC’s really fabulous authors (and two of my personal uber faves Charli Teglia and NJ Walters)
Sunshine for a Vampire By N.J. Walters
Sunshine DeMarco is a blonde-haired, blue-eyed vampire who just doesn’t fit in with her own people. She doesn’t really like the whole vampire lifestyle — the opulent surroundings and overindulgence in everything from food to drink to blood. But even she has family and social obligations.
While attending a party for a special European dignitary, she finds herself captivated by a tall, dark stranger. One sensual dance between them leads to a passionate tryst in the host’s garden.
Reality intrudes and Sunshine flees, but she hasn’t seen the last of her mystery lover.
I Was an Alien’s Love Slave By Charlene Teglia
Micki Sloane needs a hero and she needs him now. She’s got a deadline, writer’s block and no inspiration. What to do? Wish on a star.
Keelan Os’tana has been seeking his bondmate, the one woman who is on his wavelength — literally. He answers Micki’s mental call by beaming her up into erotic adventure beyond her wildest imaginings. Her options? Form the permanent telepathic bond with Keelan or go home and write for the tabloids. “I Was an Alien’s Love Slave” is a sure seller, but Keelan tempts her to live the fantasy instead.
But look, the other four? Fabulous too. Go and check it out!
Last but way not least – Snowbound by Larissa Ione from Samhain
Thanks to a devastating medical diagnosis, ski patroller Sean Trenton has endured two years of celibacy. Two long years that have chipped away at his confidence. Now, with the career opportunity of a lifetime on the line, he’s ready to remedy the celibacy situation, and sexy snowbunny Robyn Montgomery is just what the doctor ordered.
Unfortunately, the last thing reliable, intense radio station manager Robyn Montgomery wants in her suddenly turbulent professional and personal life is a thrill-seeking former Olympic skier—even if he is a total hottie. She’s had it with guys who hog the spotlight and leave her in the shadows. So why is it that even an icy blizzard can’t temper the combustible heat between them?
I’ve had this one on my TBB list forever so I can’t wait to wade through all the other stuff on my to do list to get to this one!
September 28th, 2007 at 3:59 pm · Link
You have fine, fine taste in books Lauren. That one on top sure looks like a keeper. LOL! Mandy’s book is awesome; I always love her books. And Snow Bound looks amazing, better check it out. As for the I-can’t-live-without-you-Cavemen anthology, all I can say is hubba hubba. 😀
September 28th, 2007 at 6:33 pm · Link
Hear the sound of my TBR pile groaning as I add to it. Thank you for the Cavemen mention! I haven’t read Fairyville but I live Holly’s books. And I am really enjoying Cheek! Snow Bound’s one I’ve been looking forward to for a looonnnggg time.
September 28th, 2007 at 6:33 pm · Link
Ack! Love, not live. Can’t spell.
September 29th, 2007 at 8:53 am · Link
YEAH!! I love release day. My checkbook, not so much, lol.
September 30th, 2007 at 2:56 pm · Link
HA! you’re right – we pimped almost the same books! I finished Red’s book today and it was wonderfully funny and still had quite the hot sex in it. So what DOES constitute an “S” rating then? To be honest, unless i know the author i tend to avoid the “S” and go for “Erotic” ratings. And that’s mostly because of my perception that “S” has milder sex scenes with significantly less of them. All fine and good but when i want erotica i want erotica damn it. I may have to explore outside my box now. 😮
September 30th, 2007 at 3:04 pm · Link
Rhi – I wish I knew to be honest, Rhi. I’m told it’s about overall percentage of sex to story but you’re not the only one who steers clear of S titles and you can imagine my dismay at seeing an S on my menage book and sadly, my sales were affected.
Now that I know how hot an S book can be these days, I buy them too and you know, I haven’t found them to be less graphic at all.
September 30th, 2007 at 3:05 pm · Link
Red – LOL! Yeah, I do have good taste and luckily my friends all write great books!
Charli – of course! That’s a great collection of authors there.
Michelle – my debit card screams on release day, LOL