The Book Gourmet – Book Tidbits from the World of Romance
First Course – The Amuse Bouche
Repeating the Past (by Georgia St. Claire) How will Beth do in such a dangerous town where men outnumber women by 10 to 1?
Rocky Mountain Bride (by Lee Savino) The truth: Carrie’s come to the middle of nowhere to marry a man she’s never met.
‘Tis the time for holiday stories. As you’re preparing for a long holiday weekend, you’re probably stocking up on books for those quiet moments between the mall and the refrigerator. Some colleagues of mine have published a fun collection of holiday books, Unwrapped: Three Holiday Novellas. These are great Victorian and Western holiday stories with dominant men and their feisty women. Bestselling authors, Sue Lyndon, Ava Sinclair, and Vanessa Vale put together some sexy fun with this set. You can get it at Amazon US, Amazon UK, All Romance eBooks, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble (Nook), and Kobo.
As many of you know, I’ve got a new book out this week: My Vacation in Rio: Romantek. Here is its first (5 star) review:
“Filled with action suspense and romance. The plot is well written and keeps you turning the pages to see what will happen next. This is a great series but can also be read alone.” ~noangel from Amazon.com. Here’s the link to the review page.
I hope you’ll take a look at this erotic, sci-fi, time travel, spanking romance. It takes place primarily in the year 2000 in Rio de Janeiro during Carnival. As you might imagine, the turn of the millennium celebration is amazing. I did a lot of research for this one, and every minute of it was fun. Other parts of the book are set in the future, where dreams are virtual reality playgrounds, but sometimes bad guys sneak in and then all hell breaks loose.
It’s almost Thanksgiving, and I have a lot of people and events to be thankful for. I’m very fortunate to have a deeply caring husband who won’t let me get away with being naughty, a long list of friends both close and simply friendly, and wonderful daughters who make me proud and hopeful for the future. I live in a wonderful city with a small town atmosphere but cosmopolitan opportunities. There are plenty of things occupying my time, so I’m never bored. Overall, I live a good life. I hope you are equally blessed wherever you are and whatever you do. Thank you to all of you who follow along here and who read my books. You complete my life like the cherry on top of the sundae.
Wishing you a happy holiday.