Hump Day

Finally the boys go back to school today and I can’t wait. I am SICK of the bickering, gah. Of course in just a few weeks I’ll get to hear it all day every day until September.

I’m at 13K on Relentless and I’m really happy with the direction it’s headed at this point. Oh and sexin happened. Heh.

Listening a YAZ and Basement Jaxx this morning.

I have stuff to say but I’m thinking on how to say it and if it should be said at all.

On a big thumbs up note – Cindy Eden’s When He Was Bad is out today!!

This is a two author antho!

Two of paranormal romance’s bestselling authors combine their extraordinary talents and set the pages on fire with an after-dark anthology featuring Alpha males so hot, so wild, and so bad, they may just be the best you’ve ever had…

“Miss Congeniality” by Shelly Laurenston:

It’s those damn stockings that get me every time. They have this sexy little line down the back and I can’t help but stare at her legs…constantly. And you’d think she’d be all over me like every other female in the Seattle area. I’m young, good looking, and one day I’ll be Alpha Male of my family’s Pack. But Professor Irene Conridge acts like I don’t even exist. How is that possible? Now she’s got enemies coming out of the woodwork and I have to protect her. Why? Because that’s the kind of man I am. Yes, I am that amazing. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that while I work to secure her safety, she’ll be hanging out at my house. That’s hours…days even that I’ve got Irene Conridge right where I want her.

“Wicked Ways” by Cynthia Eden:

I’m too dangerous for her. I know it, but I can’t get my sexy new neighbor out of my head. When I hear her scream one night, the absolute last thing I expect to see is Miranda Shaw–star of my hottest fantasies–being attacked by a vampire. Now the undead jerk is after her, and I’m the only thing standing between the beautiful lady and a killer who just won’t stop. Well, too bad for him, because that vamp has just made the worst mistake of his afterlife–he’s tangled with a shifter. And Miranda, well, she’s so busy watching out for him that she won’t see me closing in on her–not until it’s too late–and I’m about to show her just how wild I can get…

2 comments to “Hump Day”

  1. Charlene
    May 28th, 2008 at 2:07 pm · Link

    Three words a parent loves: “Year round school”. Hee. Congrats on your story progress!

  2. Christine
    May 29th, 2008 at 6:32 am · Link

    Maybe not year round how about less days off and 11 months of school. I’m sure I’ll be up mean mom of the year. Looking forward to his book also. These are two of my new favorite authors