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Jennifer Zane and “Mischief Under the Mistletoe”

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Thank you to Susana’s Morning Room for having me today! We are dab smack in the middle of the holiday season and I thought I’d share a recipe that is so easy you don’t even have to do any dishes. Seriously.

My mom always talks about how her favorite kind of cooking involves just the use of one pot so there’s less to clean up. I love that—crockpot cooking or making a stove top dish with just one pot. Soup, maybe. Sounds extra good this time of year here in Colorado.

The recipe I’m sharing today involves no pots. Well, a crockpot, but no cleanup. At all! So my present to you this holiday season is homemade caramel.

Once you get the crockpot going, you should have plenty of time to sit back and read. Why not try my zany holiday short story Mischief Under The Mistletoe. It takes place in Bozeman, Montana and it’s time for a white elephant holiday party. You’ll recognize a few familiar faces from my previous romantic comedies, but you can enjoy this book (and all of them) as great stand-alone reads.

About Mischief Under the Mistletoe

mishief_under_the_mistletoe_72dpi_200x300Emma Hardy hasn’t been able to forget Sam Carter, or his incredible kiss in the elevator. Sadly, he rocked her world (and her libido), then calmly walked away, quit his job, and disappeared for two months. Not exactly the hot kiss follow-up she’d been hoping for. But Sam was busy making plans. And now, thanks to a glued-together gnome name George, a set of handcuffs, mistletoe, and a meddling adult store cupid disguised as an eccentric but innocent grandmother, Emma’s about to get the greatest Christmas gift of all…true love.

Homemade Caramel

  • A can of sweetened condensed milk
  • Water
  • Crockpot

Place the can of sweetened condensed milk in the crockpot and completely cover with water. Set to low and leave for 8 hours.

That’s it! Don’t OPEN the can. Make sure the can is COMPLETELY covered with water. You may want to flip it halfway through. I usually put several cans in at once because one can is never enough!

Enjoy the caramel and your holiday season (and Mischief Under The Mistletoe, too!)

I’d love to hear how your caramel turned out, so you can email me: jennifer@jenniferzane.com

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About the Author

Jennifer lives in Colorado, but spent five years hunting cowboys in Montana. She’s a Civil War buff who drags her children to reenactments back East where she grew up. She’s writing the next book in her Gnome Novel Series—this one titled: Gnome, Alaska. Her historical western- The Lady And The Lawman was released in May.

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Callie Hutton and “Choose Your Heart”

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Callie will be awarding an autographed copy of any of her in-print books, (A Run For Love; An Angel in the Mail; A Tumble Through Time; Emma’s Journey; A Prescription For Love) and a hand-made beaded bookmark (US ONY) to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour. Click on the banner above to follow the tour and increase your chances of winning.

About Choose Your Heart

Midwife Kerry Mackenzie has tried to move on with her life to no avail. Her deceased husband’s parents expect her to remain true to his memory. But at twenty-four, Kerry’s too young to wear widow weeds for the rest of her life. Seeking independence, she takes a job miles from home that will require her to move. Things may have worked out as planned if she hadn’t gotten stranded on the way…

Ranch owner Damian Greer happens upon Kerry perched alongside her disabled car on an Amarillo highway. Coming from a family whose members move quickly when it comes to love, the instant attraction he feels is no surprise. After observing her during an emergency, he suspects she may be the woman for him.

When it appears her car will be out of commission for a few days, Damian offers to drive Kerry to Albuquerque to meet with her realtor. Can Damian convince her to abandon her plan, and give them a chance?

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Excerpt

Cover_ChooseYourHeartHe took her in his arms, and within minutes, he had them spinning on the dance floor as if they’d done it together for years. Every time Damian turned her, he tugged her closer. The scent from the flower in her hair combined with the light perfume she’d used was an aphrodisiac. He slid his thigh between her legs and spun her halfway across the floor. Her skirt billowed out, and her curls danced in the light of the lanterns. Kerry threw her head back, her throat muscles moving as she laughed. He did some different movements, and each time she followed him with ease. Her beautiful, hazel eyes sparkled and her cheeks flushed a deep pink.

Was this how she would look in the throes of passion?

The music reverberated through his body, tightening his gut as the woman in his arms held him captive. Her scent, her feel, her softness. His gaze met hers, and her smile faltered as she searched his face, questioning.

The band finished the merengue and moved quickly and easily into a slow number. Damian cupped Kerry’s face and lowered his head. His lips pressed against hers, and she slid her palms up his chest to circle his neck. Slim fingers played with the hair at his collar. He turned their fused bodies slowly in a circle and ravished her mouth. He pressed against her lips with his tongue, seeking entrance. She opened, granting him access to the sweetest nectar he’d ever tasted.

About the Author

AuthorPicCallie has been making up stories since elementary school, and writing gave her a way to turn off the voices in her head. After having a number of articles and interviews published in newspapers and magazines, she took on what she’d always dreamed of. Writing that book. She currently has a number of both historical and contemporary romance books published. Visit her website for more information. http://www.calliehutton.com

She currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband and adult children who move in and out with alarming regularity. Add three rescue dogs and the household is complete—and full. She enjoys hearing from her readers, and would love to have you visit her on Facebook.

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“The Eyes of Love” by Angelina Rose

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Today’s post is part of a tour for Angelina Rose’s The Eyes of Love. One commenter from the tour will receive a $50 Amazon or BN.com gift card, so follow the other tour stops and comment often to increase your chances of winning!

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About The Eyes of Love  

After a tragic loss five years ago, Sally Overby becomes an attorney in Atlanta. She convinces herself that all she’ll ever need again is her young son, David, and her life as an attorney. Until one day, Colin Dean barges back into her life and promptly blows her safe world apart, driving her crazy as only a guy she’d had a “school girl crush” on can.

Sally is wary to love deeply. Only, with every loving look Colin gives her plus every sweet kiss, as the attraction between them sparks, she can’t help but wonder if she’s met the one she should be with. And although Colin didn’t realize his life was going to change so quickly, amazingly, he isn’t the least bit interested in fighting that change. Instead, he’s gearing up for a different fight altogether. The one for Sally’s heart.

Will Colin be able to convince her that’s it safe to love him… and that forever isn’t really out of reach?

The Eyes of Love is a novella… so you can enjoy it in just one day!

Excerpt

MEDIA KIT Book CoverA hush fell over the room for a moment as Stephanie appeared with Jazz trailing behind her. She was wearing a skin tight black dress with stiletto heels which was typical Stephanie fashion. She wanted nothing more than to be the center of attention like she always had been.

Without missing a beat, Stephanie walked straight over to Colin. Sally was shocked.

“Hello, Colin…” she purred as she ignored Sally completely. “You look sexy tonight, as always.” She smiled seductively as Colin looked away. “Who’s your friend?”

“None of your business, Steph. Leave me alone.”

“Oohhh…. Did I touch a nerve, sweetie?” she asked as she reached out to touch his chest.

“Don’t touch me, Stephanie. I’m warning you. Why don’t you go back to Jazz?”

“Oh. Jazz. Boring…” she sang. “We’re not together anymore, just so you know…” she whispered in a husky voice. Colin held onto Sally’s hand for dear life. She had to do something.

“Stephanie, don’t you remember me?” she asked grinning from ear to ear as she slid into Colin’s side. He put his arm around her and stared down in shock at what she was about to say.

“I don’t know you,” Stephanie said looking her up and down.

“Wow. Age is really doing a number on your brain,” Sally said.

“Who are you?” Stephanie snapped. Jazz stood a few feet back obviously trying to hear the conversation.

“I’m your worst nightmare,” Sally growled as she came almost nose to nose with Stephanie, her attorney public speaking skills getting ready to display themselves. She pulled the name tag from her purse without breaking eye contact and held it up. “You see, I’m the nerd that you and your cronies bullied through high school.”

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About the Author

MEDIA KIT Author PhotoAngelina Rose has wanted to write ever since she could hold a pencil. The first daughter of immigrant parents, Angelina had her head buried in books, lost in a world of heroes, heroines and exotic places.

It was a shocking experience that jump-started Angelina’s author career.

“I awoke in the ICU… I had been unconscious for several days,” Angelina says.

In 2010, Angelina had a long stint in hospital following her involvement in a motor vehicle accident: the longest time off work (as a Registered Nurse), she’d ever had in her life!

It was then she took up pen and paper and started to write again, just as she had done when she was a child. She wrote four short fiction stories for young adults, entered them in several competitions, and managed to win three first prizes!

After happily dipping her toes into writing those short fiction stories for young adults, Angelina has now authored four books in a new “Mill Creek Crossing Romance” series… contemporary romance intended for adults.

The “Starting Over Series” is another contemporary romance series she wrote about a subject she knows well… nurses and their love life. At a recent reunion of her graduating class, she could not help but notice how the same girls would group together and laugh, chat, and even shed some tears over their lives since graduating. Many of the girls had divorced… so Angelina thought “what if a group of the nurses came up with a plan to meet in two years and have a new love story to share?” Then the first story in the series was born.

There is always a story running around in her head. A man with thick dark hair, gray-blue eyes, with an engaging smile and a quick wit… or a girl crying over a broken relationship. She finds herself talking to these characters during her day: when she’s doing dishes, or bathing babies at the hospital. These characters crop up on days at the beach or on walks through the neighborhood. This is how the stories start to grow.

Angelina’s mother was an author, so Angelina grew up with a love of words and stories. If she wasn’t writing a short story about something that took her fancy, her head was buried in books… reading, reading, reading, as her brother constantly told her…

sketchAngelina RoseWhen she’s not spending time with her good-looking man, or quality time with her laptop, she’s working at the hospital, hanging out with her family and friends, or walking her two dogs around the neighborhood. Angelina spends as much time as she can traveling, then coming home and including some of those adventures in her stories.

Angelina really loves to hear from her readers and she invites you to connect with her on Facebook as she interacts daily with her readers there!

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What’s Your Favorite Flavor? Guest Author Kate Hill and The Batty Beautician + Giveaway

What’s Your Favorite Flavor?

Every story has its own unique flavor. Some are hot and spicy, some are bitter sweet. Like snacks, the flavors and flavor combos are endless.

When I planned the Gascon Victors series, I wanted to combine hot love scenes with sweet romance. The stories are about everyday people who are touched by the magic of love. They’re meant to be feel-good romances with a hint of fantasy.

In the Batty Beautician, Mia and Harrison live close to each other, but they don’t meet until Gascon secretly brings them together. Mia is a belly dancing hairdresser with a keen interest in bats. Harrison is a world traveler who likes to paint places he’s visited and add a paranormal twist. Like many real-life couples, they have different backgrounds, but their hearts and souls are a perfect match.

What flavors of romance do you enjoy? Do you like hot, sweet, bitter, sharp, or another flavor or combo?

For a taste of hot and sweet, I’ve included an excerpt from Gascon Victors and the Batty Beautician. I hope you enjoy it! Also check out the contest at the bottom of the post.

Thank you!

Kate

Gascon Victors and the Batty Beautician

by Kate Hill

(M/F)

From Changeling Press

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For the first time that night, Mia felt a bit uncomfortable–not with Harrison personally, but with the situation she’d allowed herself into. She was in a secluded parking lot at midnight with a guy she scarcely knew. Not so smart.

“Don’t take this the wrong way,” Harrison said as they strolled toward her car. “But I don’t want to say goodnight.”

She tried not to sound as nervous as she felt. “How many ways can I take that?”

“I mean I had a great time with you, Mia. Thanks for coming to the exhibit.”

They paused near her car and she tilted her gaze up to his. “I’m glad that customer left the flyer.”

She wasn’t sure who reached for the other first, but she found herself wrapped snugly in Harrison’s arms, his warm, firm mouth pressed to hers.

There was nothing demanding in that kiss, nothing forceful, yet it was somehow the deepest, most powerful kiss she’d ever felt. Her eyes closed, she slid her arms around his neck. His ponytail felt silky against her hands and she noticed that his beard was rather soft too.

His tongue gently traced the shape of her lips and she opened her mouth to allow him full exploration. Mia’s tongue danced with his. Tightening his arms around her, Harrison groaned softly. He caressed her back, then he tenderly stroked her neck and face.

When the kiss broke, Mia’s legs were weak. Thankfully Harrison was still near. Her hands braced against his chest, she leaned into him for a moment.

“Whoa,” she breathed, smiling faintly. “I think I’d better say goodnight. Not that I want to—“

“I understand,” he murmured and kissed her forehead.

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To enter this contest you must be 18 or over.

To enter for the chance to win a download of the first story in the Gascon Victors series, Gascon Victors and the Private Professor, post a comment. On April 19, 2013 a winner will be chosen at random from the entries.

Thank you and good luck!

About Kate

Kate Hill is a vegetarian New Englander who loves writing romantic fantasies. When she’s not working on her books, Kate enjoys reading, working out, and researching vampires and Viking history.  You can visit her online at http://www.kate-hill.com.

Guest Author Cindy Spencer Pape Talks About Kilts!

There’s something about a man in a kilt that fires the imagination of women all over the world. Is it the ability to see strong, sexy legs? The curiosity about what he’s wearing underneath? There’s a lot of speculation about why, but my personal belief is that wearing a kilt signifies a man with the courage and cockiness to risk being called “girly” by his peers. That kind of confidence can’t help but be sexy.

victoriansteampunkSMThe wearing of the kilt as we know it has undergone a lot of changes through history. First of all, it was originally a Highland-only garment, considered primitive, even barbarous by Lowland Scots. However, Connor, in Cards and Caravans is certainly a Lowlander. Yet he does wear a kilt. That’s because Queen Victoria, who adored all things Scottish, popularized the garment so much that during her reign, even many English nobles got in on the act. This is when the idea of specific clan-only tartans was truly solidified. Our Scottish Knights of the Round Table certainly wouldn’t have let those pesky Englishmen steal a march on such a symbol of Scotland. So in the world of the Gaslight Chronicles, the MacKay men are proudly kilted.

Along with their popularity, kilts themselves have changed over the years. Originally, the garment was little more than a blanket—a long piece of wool, pleated and held around the waist with a leather belt and at the shoulder with a heavy pin. It could be worn up as a cloak or left to hang from the waist in warm weather. Underneath, the leine, a waist-length shirt was often made of heavy canvas and even quilted for additional protection from elements or enemies. Today, we call this a great-kilt, and you can often see them at Renaissance fairs. The great kilt shown is an inexpensive American fabric-store plaid, not any particular tartan.

great_kiltSMThe modern kilt was first seen about 1725, and consists of just the bottom part of the great kilt, but with the pleats sewn into the waistband, which usually fastens with straps and buckles. The flat front pieces overlap, so there are two layers in front, and the pleats in back. Sometimes a scarf-like fly plaid is worn from the shoulder to hearken back to the look of the great kilt. The loden-green argyle jacket shown here is from the late Victorian era, but any tweed coat can be worn by day, and a black Prince Charlie coat turns the modern kilt into evening wear. The purple plaid shown here is Pride of Scotland, a festival plaid that may be worn by everyone. The green is Irish Heritage.

modern_kiltSMFinally, the newest evolution in the kilt is the utility kilt, or commando kilt. These are made of heavy cotton fabrics or even leather and often have pockets. Worn by everyone from punk rockers to construction workers, these continue to gain in popularity. Typically worn with combat or work boots, or even sneakers, and modern casual shirts. This is the look, even though the kilts are plaids. Thanks to my spouse and younger offspring for being unwitting models.

Incidentally, the idea that one shouldn’t wear anything under a kilt has been denied by the Scottish Tartan Authority. Tartans Authority director Brian Wilton said kilt wearers should have the “common sense” to realise they should wear underwear beneath their country’s national dress. While some modern kilt wearers like the idea of swinging free in the breeze, others, including the “models” in each of these pictures, comment that sitting on rough benches and hay bales at festivals is something you don’t want to do while “regimental.”

I hope you’ll enjoy this little peek at my Victorian Scots, the latest installment in my Gaslight Chronicles steampunk romance series. Thanks so much to Susana for having me here today.

Contest

In conjunction with the release of Cards & Caravans, Cindy is running a contest for a $25 gift card to the e-book distributor of your choice, plus the chance to name a character in the next Gaslight Chronicles story. To enter, visit the “Contact Cindy” page on her website and send her a note. Mention which blog you saw this on and some little detail about the post. One entry per person per blog post. The complete rules and a list of post locations and dates are available on the “Contest” page on Cindy’s site.

About the Book

cards&caravans_coverSMCards & Caravans is book 5 in the Gaslight Chronicles steampunk romance series, and releases from Carina Press on March 18. Find out more here.

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Blurb: Belinda Danvers isn’t a witch. But that won’t stop them burning her at the stake…

Connor McKay can tell at a glance that Belinda’s magickal powers are minimal at best. She can’t be guilty of murdering village children. There’s something suspicious about her arrest and lightning-quick sentence. Unfortunately, telling anyone how he knows would mean revealing his own powers. He’s been sent by the Order of the Round Table to help and he can’t just let her die.

Escaping from jail and running from vindictive villagers in her grandfather’s steam-powered caravan is more excitement than Belinda’s had in years. And despite the danger—or maybe because of it—she loves the time spent with her sexy rescuer. But there’s more to his magick than he’s letting on…

There’s something going on that’s bigger than the two of them. It’s time for good to make a stand.

Review: 4 Stars from Romantic Times: “All the trappings of a good steampunk novel are here..but most enchanting of all is the love that develops between the hero and heroine.

About the Author

Cindy Spencer Pape firmly believes in happily-ever-after and brings that to her writing. Award-winning author of 16 novels and more than 30 shorter works, Cindy lives in southeast Michigan with her husband, two sons and a houseful of pets. When not hard at work writing she can be found dressing up for steampunk parties and Renaissance fairs, or with her nose buried in a book. Catch her online at:

Website: http://www.cindyspencerpape.com (http://bit.ly/ybxKjP )

Blog: http://cindyspencerpape.blogspot.com/

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Guest Interview: Author Kristina Knight

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My guest today is Kristina Knight, a fellow member of the Maumee Valley chapter of the Romance Writers of America. Kristi had three books published last year by Crimson Romance and was up for Best New Author of the Year in the Sizzling PR blog poll. She has truly been an inspiration to the rest of us in the group!

Welcome to Susana’s Morning Room, Kristi. It’s an honor to have you with us today. What inspired you to start writing?

I’ve always had a love affair with books. First it was reading them, but before long I was daydreaming along with the books I read. When I read Grimm’s Fairy Tales I wanted to change them to be happy stories, and when I read The Three Musketeers I wondered what might have happened if the Musketeers had been girls like me…eventually, the stories in my head were all my own and I wrote them down.

What advice would you give writers just starting out?

Keep learning. Take workshops, practice, practice, practice…and own what you write. Don’t make excuses for writing romance or fantasy or whatever you write. Own it.

Do you ever suffer from writer’s block? If so, what do you do about it?

I don’t believe in writer’s block, actually. That doesn’t mean I wake up every day cheering about my story. Some days I hate what I’m writing, but I think a lot of writers get stuck or go in a wrong direction and blame writer’s block rather than trying to work through the problem. Instead of completely stopping my progress, I look at the chapter or maybe 2 chapters before the spot that is giving me problems and try to figure out where I’ve gone wrong. 

What comes first, the plot or the characters?

Characters and usually a beginning scene…and from there, the rest falls into place.

Tell us something about your newest release that is NOT in the blurb.

What a Texas Girl Needs is the second in my Texas Girl series. Vanessa wasn’t always Vanessa, though…she started out her fictional life with a different name. It wasn’t until she admitted her name was Vanessa that the story got rolling.

Are you working on something at present you would like to tell us about?

I just turned in the third Texas book, What a Texas Girl Dreams, to my editor…Monica is the third and youngest of the Texas sisters and she’s more opinionated, stubborn and mushy than the other two combined! Oh, and I’m starting a new project this week that has a suspense edge to it – having a lot of fun with that!

What are you reading now?

I’m reading the Silver Creek series by Delores Fossen; I read the first book and loved it then realized there were five more. I’m devouring them right now and I’m already sad that there is a set number of books…

What books or authors have most influenced your own writing?

I like so many authors for so many different things. Nora Roberts does things with character is just floor me, Karin Tabke has a way with suspense that just…wow. I love Suzanne Enoch’s strong heroines and if I could write a love scene like Kate Walker…Oh, sigh.

What is your work schedule like when writing?

It’s as random as it is when I’m not writing. I have a four-year-old daughter, a radio show and I’m also a non-fiction writer. So everything gets squeezed in where it fits for that day. My M-W-F mornings are fairly routing – I take the kiddo to school and then write until 11:30 when she’s released. But other days I may write in the morning or late at night…it just depends on what is going on.

What did you want to be when you grew up?

I’ve always wanted to be a writer and I’m blessed that I get to write every day.

What is your favorite food? Least favorite? Why?

How about food type? Anything Mexican—quesadillas, fajitas…Love, love, love authentic Mexican food. Um…my least favorite is probably liver and onions. I had to eat it as a kid and I’ve never made it as an adult…

Are you a plotter or a pantser?

I’m a pant-lotter. I’ve found that an outline can help me keep the story elements in place. But I’m not rigid about the outline. Elements may get moved around or changed completely. Most of my outlines barely resemble the finished book, but it works for me.

Say your publisher has offered to fly you anywhere in the world to do research on an upcoming book. Where would you most likely want to go?

Since it’s barely 20 degrees today and there are about six inches of snow on the ground, I’m going to the Caribbean. I don’t care where, but take me to a beach!

Do you have a favorite quote or saying?

I love the Joan Wilder quote from Romancing the Stone—’you’re the best time I’ve ever had’. I love the sentiment of that.

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About Kristina:

Once upon a time, Kristina Knight spent her days running from car crash to fire to meetings with local police—no, she wasn’t a troublemaker, she was a journalist. When the opportunity to focus a bit of energy on the stories in her head, she jumped at it. And she’s never looked back. Now she writes magazine articles by day and romance novels with spice by night. She lives on Lake Erie with her husband and three-year-old daughter. Happily ever after.

Website: http://www.kristinaknightauthor.com

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What a Texas Girl Needs

Vanessa Witte is ready to finally claim her life. The middle of three daughters born into the Witte family – a powerful Texas name—she’s been content to float through life. Being dumped by her shady ex? A blessing in disguise. Having a one-night-stand with Matias Barnes? Not one of her more stellar moments. But she’s back in Lockhardt with a secret and a reason to start fresh: a baby.

Matias Barnes knows all about society women—it’s part of the reason he left his wealthy family behind and took a job on a ranch. He doesn’t like the endless string of parties, the inane conversation, or the gold-digging tricks those women have perfected. But that doesn’t stop him from wanting Vanessa Witte. Mat knows she’s so not right for him, but with her back in Lockhardt, can he resist her charms long enough to really let her go?

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Guest Author: Tracey Kitts

New Release: Constant Cravings

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Luna Randal is a palm reader who needs help finding the creature who ate her best friend. She doesn’t believe in fairies, but fae shaman Liam Corrigan, with his lavender eyes and long white hair, is unlike anyone she’s ever met. When he sprinkles a potion in her coffee that “lifts the veil”, her eyes are opened to a whole new magical world—touchy-feely nymphs, sexy werewolves, adorable leather-clad elves and a hot-as-hell horned demigod. A world where the touch of a fae lover is as addictive as any drug, where they make love anywhere and everywhere and still their craving for each other never ceases.

A Romantica® erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

This multi-published author has been writing stories for her own entertainment since she was a child. Tracey has always been drawn to the macabre, with a fondness for anything with fangs. She writes what she enjoys reading in the hopes that others will enjoy her stories as well. Her main goal as a writer is to put emotions into words. She wants people to feel something when they read her work.

http://www.traceyhkitts.com/

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