Thursday, November 13, 2008

Falling For You

She lives for the moon.

Every month, for five days around the full moon, Jo has the overwhelming urge to jump almost every male she sees. Convinced she's gone crazy, she seeks medical help but finds none. All she can do to stop the hunger is run. One wrong step and Jo's life plummets in a direction she didn't expect. She falls into the lair of a badly injured vampire.

He lives for the night.

Alek can't believe the angel who's dropped from the sky. With a knife wedged in his chest and too weak to move, he's given up and is waiting for sunrise. But when the beautiful jogger crashes into his lair, Alek finds more than a way to survive - he finds a reason for doing so.

Every dog has its day.

Lyall, alpha werewolf, wants Alek dead so he can take his land. He wants Jo alive to breed more wolves. But Lyall hasn't reckoned on the power of love. Annoying Alek is a big mistake. Annoying Jo could be fatal.

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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

More news

Ellora's Cave have accepted three more stories - yippee.
Power of Love - a romantic comedy
Susie's Choice - a light-hearted menage
Anna in the Middle - a light-hearted menage.
Loose -Id have the third in my paranormal series under consideration.
Ravenous Romance have accepted a short story - the first I've ever written.
Has that door frame shrunk????

Monday, August 11, 2008

Books that are coming!!

Ellora's Cave are soon to publish "Something about Polly" - a follow up to "Perfect Timing".
Loose-Id have accepted "Falling for you" - a follow up to "The Consolation Prize".
Phew, I'm on a roll!

Perfect Timing

How to seduce a priest.
Dress as a nun with red lace underwear and stiletto heels. Check.Drop face first in your dessert and wait for the mouth to mouth. Double check.Okay, so he isn’t a Priest, and Daisy isn’t a Nun, but Jake is her best shot at rescuing her getaway from disaster.
Daisy books a sixties murder mystery weekend, thinking hippies, free love and tie dyes, not Zimmer frames and false teeth. So she misses one tiny word on the details. Over. As in, over sixties, over the hill and when will this weekend be over?
From the moment she arrives, rolling in with a sheep, she makes quite the impression. Like an escaped mental patient. And sliding down the well-waxed banister and landing on her bum in front of Jake…not a good idea.
When her charming host dresses her as a nun, Daisy wants to scream. Another impression she didn't want to make. Pious. She begins to wonder if she should go home and write this weekend off. On the other hand, maybe not… He did wear that costume well.
Bless me father, for I have sinned….or I’d really like to.

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The Consolation Prize

‘You are invited to spend four days at Sunset Spa, Washburn Hall. Accommodation and nourishment provided. All spa treatments included.’It should have been a big thrill—an all expenses paid trip, but it was the topping on Chloe’s really bad night. She’d lost her promotion, destroyed a pair of designer pumps and given in her notice. Washburn Hall, where her family died, was the last place she wanted to go. But Chloe is pulled towards the spa by forces beyond her control.
Luka is handsome, rich and gay. That’s what he’d like everyone to think. Luka is a Trueblood, a fertile vampire. Not a bad thing, unless being staked out in the sun and fried to a crisp is appealing. But his secret is out. Shanghaied into stud service, he’s chained up in a basement.
Chloe wonders if the gorgeous naked man in chains is part of the all-inclusive package. Free him and run. Simple enough. After all, the only thing between Chloe and the man of her dreams is a few horny vamps, a decent set of bolt cutters and a step-grandmother from hell. Piece of cake.
Who said the trip to the spa wouldn’t be fun?

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Twenty Things About Me

Twenty things about me

1. A blonde, but after having spotted one grey hair - I now dye my locks with mixed results. I know I should read the packet but hey, what can go wrong? My nicknames – badger, skunk (purely the look!!), snowball and pinkie. Yes, that time it really did go wrong.

2. I live in the largest county in England and as I write I have a great view of rolling moorland and sheep and a former lunatic asylum and sheep and an almost view of the American listening station at Menwith Hill and sheep. I love sheep. Well, not love them. You know what I mean.

3. Writing. I really do love that. I started by making up episodes of TV series with me as the heroine. You name it, I’ve been in it. I’ve several completed novels, a few shorts, a handful of novellas and slots of erotic tales. My range is from paranormal to suspense to contemporary to erotica but everything I write has a touch of romance and humor. Well, I think I’m funny. My family laugh at me all the time.

4. Success. $5 for a horror story and then – wait for it – drum roll – Ellora’s Cave said yes. I said I’d think about it. Two seconds later, I’d signed. I’m going to be famous! I’m going to sit back and wait for the millions to roll in! Ahh, I’m going to be waiting a long time.

5. Former life – a sad cautionary tale. Started off as a government inspector – spying on people trying to cheat on their taxes. A short period as a media planner in an advertising agency. I fled that at dead of night. Several years selling cyanide – mainly to Sweden for the largest chemical company in the UK. Grand title of export manager. There was just me in the department. Had kids. Ughghghg. Then went to work as Government Inspector, spying on teachers. I was so popular, you can’t believe. Thank goodness I married well. (Married for money anyway)

6. No I didn’t, dear. Husband is financial whiz. Met at university when he was bringing a sack of potatoes to my flat mate. Romance is his middle name. Gifts to me include – supermarket vouchers, hedge trimmer and a hammer drill. He spent most of his life in the aerospace industry making missiles but now works for a green energy company. He’s atoning for his sins.

7. Two children. Daughter a lawyer. Son about to need her services. Enough said.

8. TV – never watch it, I can’t work the remote. Music – rarely listen to it but I like Robbie Williams. Films – can’t be bothered unless they are really good or feature naked hunks.

9. Books – I ADORE. I read at least one a day. I have thousands as I can’t stand to part with them. I read at lightning speed. 70 pages in 20 minutes. That’s fast? Right?

10. What do I do all day? Write. All day if I can. It’s my world and I love it. Start at 8.00 and finish late. Interspersed with journeys on the internet and satisfying needs of husband. No, not those sorts of needs. Really!! I was thinking of making coffee.

11. Worried about – possible visit from FBI. Research for one of my thrillers did involve some investigation into how a fetus would decay under a boat shed. Research into plastic handcuffs brought a deluge of porn. Well, that was my excuse and I’m sticking to it.

12. I’m very tall. 5’10 and a bit. I used to be very self-conscious about my height. Now I don’t care. I’m far more worried about other bits of me.

13. I won the prize at school for ‘Good Conduct and Example’ It was the worst day of my life. Well, one of them.

14. I drive a BMW Z4 convertible – lovely. Of course we can only put the roof down twice a year. This is England!

15. I am incapable of telling right from left at crucial moments. Won’t be flying jets anytime soon.

16. I love skiing, tennis and swimming. Though it’s hard to do them at the same time.

I’m struggling now. I’m really not interesting.

17. Ohh, I used to write travel articles for the largest regional newspaper in the UK.

18. I don’t have any pets. I HATE hamsters. I know they’re cute but it hurts when they bite.

19. I was once kicked by a giraffe. That hurts too.

20. I was the only one in my class to fail my cycling proficiency test.

Phew, made it.