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August Alfresco!

Today, I’m delighted to be part of August Alfresco and all its associated sexy, sunshiny fun! So, most important things first: the prizes. Here’s the deal: Comment on this post to be in to win one of these fabulous prizes: A Kindle  and £50 worth of Total-E-Bound ebooks. or £50 worth of Xcite ebooks And … Continue reading

One free book, one great review

Tomorrow’s the last day to get your hands on my novella, The Lord of Summer, for free at Amazon, and if you’re deliberating over downloading, I just found another really great review of the story that might convince you: I loved the supernatural feel to this novella; being a lover of magic and mystery I thoroughly enjoyed … Continue reading

Enjoy a Free Read!

Starting today, and for the next five days (August 10th – 14th), you can read my erotic romance novella, The Lord of Summer, for free! Just download it from Amazon, and slip into the mysterious, sensual world of the ancient forests of Britain… Amazon (UK) Amazon (US) Still not sure? Here’s what one reviewer had … Continue reading

Fabulous review for The Lord of Summer!

My debut novella, The Lord of Summer, just received an excellent review over at BlogCritics.org. Here are my favourite lines: The Lord of Summer is a seriously hot read. I enjoyed the paranormal element in the mostly contemporary story, and found the characters likeable, realistic, and well-written. The plot and setting are excellent, and the sex … Continue reading

Good News, Better News, Less Good News and Getting There

So, Good (although slightly belated) News! As I mentioned a while ago, my novella The Lord of Summer from the Xcite Secret Library anthology, Silk Stockings, has been released as an individual e-book as part of the Xcite Romance range. Doesn’t it have the hottest cover? I love it so… The Better News? It’s only 77p on … Continue reading

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