Archive for July 14th, 2008

Have you all seen the new site they recently launched? You can find videos and contests to sign up for. Megan is giving away a copy of TEMPTED. You have to answer a movie question for that one. Lauren is giving away either a copy of MAKING CHASE or WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS… or, if you already have both of those, she’ll give you a sneak peek at FATED which comes out on August 12 from Samhain. So go check out Bring Me My Hookah! and say hi to Lauren and Megan. 🙂

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Wicked Hot July

Thanks for the invitation to guest here at Novel Thoughts! July is a hot month for me in multiple ways. The summer heat is on. The schedule heat is on; in order to meet my production goals and take time to travel to San Francisco for the RWA National conference, I must achieve some project milestones before the end of the month. And finally, I have not one but two hot new releases scorching bookstore shelves near you!

From St. Martin’s, Wicked Hot is the tale of a succubus sent to seduce incorruptible Nephilim. You can view the book trailer here:


This is my third St. Martin’s title, and a very exciting opportunity to dig into a new breed of warrior hero. Or should I say old, since tales of the Nephilim date back to Biblical times and the Epic of Gilgamesh. Bringing this fascinating race to fictional life with wickedly hot seduction and ménage a trios would have been fun even without the swords and Barry Manilow jokes.

From Pocket, Wolf In Shining Armor appears in the anthology Naughty Nights. Werewolves go medieval in this erotic adventure. The medieval period has always interested me, but a knight in shining armor who grew fur and a damsel in distress armed with fangs and claws was a pure delight to write.

Tell me what you’re doing to beat the summer heat, or if you can’t beat it, your favorite way to enjoy it. Names from today’s comments will go into a hat for the winner’s choice of a signed copy of Wild Wild West (St. Martin’s Aug. 07) or Satisfaction Guaranteed (St. Martin’s Feb. 08).

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