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Lusting the Enemy

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Good News Day!

Welcome to this week's good news...


C.T.Green is a finalist in the following competitions:

RWA Valerie Parv Award



Check out Mel Tescho's Enraptured, coming out with Ellora's Cave July 3rd, 2013.

Kate grew up knowing how badly bullying could batter self esteem. That was why she never imagined herself as beautiful and sophisticated, Brandy, high-class call girl.
She loves sex, loves her job that gives her self-assurance, financial security. Being on the arms and in the beds of the most influential and powerful men in Australia doesn’t hurt, either.
When billionaire philanthropist Blaine starts taking more than a professional interest in her—both in and out of bed-- Kate has to decide whether to run, or stay and risk it all for the man she not only lusts after, but loves.

Loving Memories by Imogene Nix released this week (June 2013) with SteamEReads.

Jenny Douglas has the grim task of returning her friend’s body to the man she had loved.
Steve Davies is grieving for the woman he lost. The one that left him the little girl, Lola, he thought of as his own.
The danger remains though and they must work together, quickly, to find out who the killer is. And if a little bit of passion gets in the way, well… it’s not the real thing… or is it?


Christina Phillips received a 4 star review for Bloodlust Denied from The Jeep Diva.
"I wanted to figure out what was going on and why the two had such fiery chemistry: their sex scenes (and they were frequent) leapt off the pages to tickle and entice in all the right places like a giant steam bath. The push/pull of the characters, their complete confusion about their attraction and their own thoughts added a level of enjoyment to the story."
Full review here.

Kylie Scott received a 5/5 review for Flesh from Strange Candy Reviews.
"The worst thing about this book was trying to decide if I liked Finn or Daniel more! ... Flesh is an erotic, post-apocalyptic, addictive page turner. I devoured this book, I just couldn’t get enough of the world Kylie has created or the characters that inhabit the ruins. I was hiding out in the toilet at work just so I could squeeze in another page! Kylie Scott is my new favourite author." 
Full review here.


1 comment:

  1. Congratulations fellow Darksiders.

    C.T. - another final! You're a star.