Archive for October 5th, 2009

Tie Me Down

Homicide detective Genevieve Delacroix demands respect.  As the only woman on her squad, hse maintains a tgh-as-nails attitude that keeps men at arm’s length.  Never giving in to her secret fantasies … until she meets a mysterious stranger who teaches her how little control she really has– over her mind and her body.

Cole Adams arrives in New Orleans believing star investigator Geneveive is his last hope for solving the murder of his younger sister.  He just doesnt expect the hard-assed detective to look like a blonde bombshell.  Once he breaks through her inhibitions, he soon finds an unexpected obsession– driving Genevieve right to the edge of desire … and beyond.

But when a serial killer who has been terrorizing the streets of the French Quarter sts his sights on Gnevieve, the lovers realize tey’ve both let down their guard.  And losing control could have fatal consequences.finely honed knife, she cuts loose and learns just how satisfying another type of obsession can be.

I love to cook.  I love everything about cooking—from picking out the recipe and ingredients, to spending time crafting the food, to sharing it with my friends and my family.  For me, there’s just something intensely soothing about slipping into my kitchen and whipping up something I know my boys will love.

So for my visit today, I decided to share two recipes with you—recipes that are near and dear to my heart.  There’s a story behind both of them, one that ties into my brand new release, Tie Me DownTie Me Down takes place in New Orleans, a city that I lived in for four years while I went to graduate school.  It’s a city near and dear to my heart for a lot of reasons, including the fact that it is where I first really learned how to cook.  So, in light of that—and in celebration of my latest erotic suspense—I thought I’d share two of my favorite New Orleans recipes. (more…)

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