Friday, October 31, 2014

Cover Reveal for Shantaye Brown's ZEL Deviants & Saints 1

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***Comprehensible Jamaican dialect is used throughout the story because the heroine 'Zel' is half Jamaican***

Asher stalked her because there was something about her that was undeniable, she's a mystery and he's drawn to her like nothing else, but nothing could prepare him for what he found.

Zel makes people's problems go away. She's cynical, aggressive and has no regard for human life, but when Asher crosses her path he becomes a problem she couldn't possibly 'make go away' as easy as the others.

Asher finds himself in way too deep when the lives of everyone he loves is threatened and he has to play the willing captive to keep them safe.

Zel has her own problems, someone wants her dead and they're not shy about it. They both won't be safe until she gets to them first.

Secrets unfold, lies are told and sacrifices are made. Consequences be damned.

Warning: Violence, graphic sex, filthy Jamaican language and an overly aggressive and possessive heroine 18+
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Thursday, October 30, 2014

“Win a $25 gift card – Lynne Barron’s Unraveling the Earl Book Tour #Historical #EroticRomance”

Welcome to Sensuous Promo’s UNRAVELING THE EARL Book Tour. Watch for the Giveaway Below!

Unraveling the Earl, Book 3 in the Idyllwild series:

The Earl of Hastings’s reputation as London’s greatest gift to the ladies has taken on a life of its own, one he is only too happy to live up to in one Mayfair bedchamber after another. Until he encounters a lady more interested in poking around his country estate than sampling his lauded charms.

Georgiana Buchanan is possessed of murky morals, skewed notions of right and wrong, a talent for dancing around the truth, and a penchant for crashing weddings, funerals and charity balls.

When Georgie catches Henry’s roving eye, she turns the tables on the arrogant scoundrel, introducing him to a world of sensual delights and unraveling his vaunted control before fleeing into the night.

Henry is determined to make the elusive Georgiana his mistress while the lady wants only to use his desire to further her own schemes. When they find themselves marooned at Idyllwild during a summer storm, they will both discover they’ve gotten more than they bargained for.



Georgie peeked through her lashes at the devilishly handsome man standing beside her, silently acknowledging that she was going to have to provide him with a bit of sport.

She just couldn’t see any way around it.

She’d held him off for hours while they’d wandered around the cold, silent house. She’d deftly avoided all of his rather clumsy attempts to lure her into alcoves, coyly misunderstood each and every one of his ribald suggestions, and evaded both his roaming hands and his soft lips. Not to say there hadn’t been more than a handful of near misses. The earl had a way of sneaking under the brim of her bonnet to brush his mouth over the shell of her ear, the slope of her jaw and the sensitive skin of her nape.

But their tour was coming to an end. Already the sun was dipping toward the horizon, painting the long portrait gallery in shades of pink.

The only rooms she’d not yet seen were the countess’s apartments and those belonging to the earl. Georgie doubted she would see the former without first visiting the latter.

She could hardly ask to see the countess’ private rooms today of all days.

There was nothing for it but to slake the randy aristocrat’s lust. Surely when he’d fallen asleep after a bit of love play, as men were wont to do, she could sneak into Lady Hasting’s chambers and find what she’d come for.

Her greatest desire, indeed.

“It looks as if we’ve reached the end of our tour.” Hastings voice was low and soft, a rough whisper, promising all manner of wicked delights.

“Not by a long shot,” she murmured as she turned away from the final portrait, a rather unremarkable rendering of the earl and his sister sitting on a bench beneath a tree improbably blooming with red, white and blue flowers.

“I beg your pardon?” One tawny arched brow winged up in inquiry.

Damn, if he wasn’t the most beautiful of men. His golden-blond curls were tousled from repeatedly running his hands through his hair. His lovely blue eyes, as bright as a cloudless summer sky, shone with anticipation. His bronze skin was flushed, twin spots of color on his chiseled cheekbones. Decadently plump lips were pulled into a pout above a square chin complete with a deep cleft.

As she drifted her gaze over his too damn perfect visage it occurred to her that he’d enjoyed chasing her from one room to the next in this great mausoleum. It was little more than a game to him, seducing women, and one he was annoyingly confident of winning.

She would have liked nothing better than to put the foolish man in his place and storm off in a cloud of righteous indignation.

How wonderfully amusing it would be to watch the cocky arrogance drop away from his too-pretty face.

Ah, well, perhaps some other time.

“Oh, my lord, we can’t have toured all of the rooms in your lovely house,” Georgie cooed, batting her lashes and feeling seven kinds of foolish. “Surely I would remember if we’d seen your chambers.”

“We’ve saved the best for last, my dove,” he answered smoothly, cocking out his arm.

Georgie ignored the gesture, instead sweeping out of the gallery ahead of him. It was easy enough to guess where his chambers lay. There was only the one wing they’d not yet explored and it must hold both his ultimate destination and her own.

The hallway in this part of the house was wide, four sets of tall double doors evenly placed along the dimly lit space.

“Will you allow me to guess?” She tossed the words over her shoulder with a smile as she passed the first door on the right. That would be a sitting room, either his or his mother’s.

Quickening her steps lest he put a halt to her progress, she reached the next door and pushed it open.

“Not that one, dove.”

Disregarding his words, she stepped over the threshold into a room that could only belong to the recently deceased countess. The walls were papered in the lady’s trademark ice blue, rich velvet damask above stark white wainscoting. A huge bed canopied in gray silk dominated the room. Delicate gilded furniture was clustered about in quaint little seating arrangements. The drapes were open, muted sunlight filtering across the blue and white floral Turkish carpet.

It was a pretty room, but cold. Much as the woman had been.

Hastings came up behind her, his legs tangling in her skirts, his hard chest pressed to her back, the unmistakable ridge of his arousal nestled against her bottom. He reached around her to pull the door closed and as one they stepped back into the hall, their movements as well-choreographed as the steps of a dance.

The door closed gently before her and she drew in a deep breath. She’d seen enough in those few seconds to find her way about the room later, even in the dark if it came to it. She’d also seen the row of miniatures lining the mantel, two more on a small delicately carved desk and still half a dozen others hanging on the walls.

“Time to pay the piper,” she whispered beneath her breath.

“Ah, my lovely Georgiana,” Hastings breathed against her neck just below her ear. “I’ve been dreaming of you playing my pipe.”

Georgie rolled her eyes at his nonsense. Honestly, was this how the highborn went about seduction? Buttercups and bumbling caresses and bawdy talk?

Where was the finesse? Where was the empty flattery, the practiced maneuvers, the whispers and yearning sighs?

Where the devil was the lauded lover all of London gossiped about in ballrooms, in theater boxes and in church for goodness sake?

Play his pipe, indeed.

It wasn’t a bad idea. She needn’t share her body with the silly man. A quick tug and a swipe of her tongue and she’d bring him off. Perhaps a glass or seven of whiskey and a bite to eat afterward. Surely he would be snoring before it was full dark.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Naughty to Nice and everything in between! Cover Reveal!

AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME: From 9 bestselling authors, a boxed set of novels ranging from Naughty to Nice and everything in between! These 9 sweet and spicy stories will TEMPT YOU to fall in love—or lust! Either way, you won't be able to stop turning the page.



Break it Up by E.M. Tippetts

Kyra Armijo's got two problems: her wild past of sex and partying and her overpowering crush on a member of the ultra-clean boy band, Triple Cross. Make that three problems: once they meet, her crush is besotted, but if his fans find out about her reputation, it'll wreck his image for good.


All She Wants by Anna Cruise

Annika Sellers always gets what she wants. But then she meets Stuart Woodcock, a sexy humanitarian who is indifferent to her charms, and Annika realizes she just might have met her match . . .


Love & Relativity by Rachael Wade

It’s no secret that Sanibel Island's notorious resident bad boy, Jackson Taylor, loves to get underneath Emma's skin, but this time he's gone too far. Now all he wants is to earn her forgiveness before she's gone for good, but their ideas of closure—and the future—are enough to keep them worlds apart. Love, life, and happily ever after? It’s all relative.


Deeper by Blue Ashcroft

Lifeguard Rain Wilson can’t afford to get distracted by her gorgeous co-supervisor Knight McAllister. As they find themselves drawn closer together and their pasts start to surface, Rain and Knight realize that maybe too much broken can make a relationship impossible. Then again, sometimes it’s the broken parts of us that fit together best.


8 Weeks by Bethany Lopez

After committing the ultimate betrayal, Cal asks his wife, Shelly, for 8 Weeks: 8 dates, to prove that they're meant to be together and their love is true. If at the end of the 8 Weeks Shelly wants to walk away, Cal won't stop her. Is 8 Weeks long enough to right wrongs and kick start a marriage that has stalled?


Real Eyes by Amy Evans

Two guys, one girl, a public relationship, a private crush. And one tour bus that will never be big enough for any of them to decide what's real to them versus public eyes. 


The Ghost & The Graveyard by Genevieve Jack

Meet Grateful Knight, a nurse left destitute by an unscrupulous ex-boyfriend. She’s determined to do whatever it takes to recover financially, including live in a rent-free house on the edge of a graveyard.  Sparks fly when she meets the gorgeous cemetery caretaker and learns her attic is home to things that go bump in the night.


Zoey Rogue by Lizzy Ford

Meet Declan: A sexy incubus Enforcer who specializes in long nights of hot passion and hunting down threats to his supernatural society. His destined soul-mate defies his powerful sex magic—and he’s determined to claim the wild she-warrior, no matter what it takes. 


Selling Scarlett by Ella James

Follow Elizabeth—code-named Scarlett—to the lush Nevada brothel where she'll auction her virginity and risk the only thing that's not for sale: her heart. The highest bidder is a familiar face with wicked hands and the devil's mouth. And a secret so dark that it could cost Scarlett her life.


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Sunday, October 26, 2014

A great love story! Wanted By You by Steph Nuss

If you enjoy a sweet and caring love story then this book is a must read. Steph Nuss has struck gold in this story. It is about two friends Carter and Elly who have feelings for each other, but they don't tell each other because they don't want to ruin the friendship. They lose touch. A few years pass and they find each other again. They fall in love. Carter helps Elly through a tough time. He is the perfect boyfriend. (I have a new book boyfriend now) ;) Carter is so loving and caring. This book isn't all fight and make up. It is nice to read something a little different from the everyday love story where break ups and fights are always happening. I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Friday, October 24, 2014

Fantasized by You (Love in the City Book 2) by Steph Nuss

A very good book. This book is the second in a series. Hopefully we will be seeing a lot more. Harper is in the fashion industry. She has some real world issues that she has overcome. She had an eating disorder. She lost a friend to this disease and it made her wake up. Maverick is a gym owner who hates the fashion industry because his friend (who was also Harpers) died from an eating disorder. He offers mental health counseling because of this. He doesn't like Harper at first because of her involvement with fashion. Then sparks begin to fly. You can feel the chemistry between these two. Even though this book is the second in a series, it can be read as a stand alone. It touches base with some characters from the first book. Harper is also introduced in the first book. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a good book about love. I was given this book for an honest review.
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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Highly recommended! Call It Fate by Elizabeth Wyke

If I could I would give this book 10 stars. I loved this book. I can't get interested in another book. I have tried to read a few others and nothing is holding my attention. I need more Hannah and Rush.  Hannah meets Rush in the college library (where he works) while looking for a book. She found the book, but Rush instantly takes it away. He tells her it is a banned book and she can't have it. She decides she has to have it. She wants to know what is so bad about it that it is banned. She befriends him hoping to get the chance to steal it back. The fact that he makes her feel warm and fuzzy inside (something that has never happened before) is a huge plus. As their story unfolds we find out some very interesting things about Hannah. Rush isn't exactly who we think he is. Hannah's best friend Macy tries and tries to play match maker, but no one can hold Hannah's interest except Rush. Rush and Hannah were made for each other. They were meant to be and when fate is involved nothing can keep it from happening. I loved the concept of this book. It was a great read from beginning to end. I hated when it was over. I am looking forward to the next book and it can't get here soon enough. Elizabeth Wyke is an extremely talented author and I am glad that I got introduced to her work. I suggest this book whole heartedly. Do not let the fact that it has some sci-fi themes keep you from it.

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