Wednesday, September 23, 2009

"Demon of Desire" Countdown begins!

I am so excited as I approach the date of my first release, "Demon of Desire," a Phaze HeatSheet October 5th.

Can you guess with the timing and line name of "Raven" it is Halloween themed release? LOL.

Cover art: Skyla Dawn Cameron

“You must be ready to face all the desires of your heart...and know which ones are real.”

Sarah heard the costume store owner's warning, but didn’t heed it. Tonight of all nights was Hallowe’en - a time of magic and make believe. She has an invite to the largest party in Chicago - in a beautiful Renaissance dress reputed to bring her heart's desire.

Why should she be cautious? After all, where had it gotten her except alone on a Friday night? It certainly hadn’t gotten her a date with her adorable neighbor, Tim.

So when she meets a dark, magnetic man in a mask claiming to know her every desire, she surrenders to his seductions...and for the first time engages in a steamy one night stand with a stranger.

Little does Sarah know that her new lover wants more than one night with her. Much more....

Her every pleasure will be indulged...but at what price?

available October 5th at Phaze

What are your secrets, when the lights go out?

I am very excited about my new release planned for February 2010, a contemporary erotic romance, a Phaze Rocks titled
"Flesh for Fantasy."

Communication has changed throughout the years. Especially how we connect--in business, romance, even sexually. We rely less and less on exchanges face-to-face. That was the idea behind
"Flesh for Fantasy"...

(cover artist: Michelle)

Flesh for Fantasy

Cynthia Stewart has sworn off men. Her heart and libido have both been on the shelf ever since her husband demanded a divorce.

Struggling to attend school to get back the career she put on hold since her marriage, she takes a job as a fantasy operator. The hours are flexible and it pays well. All this talk about fantasies have little effect though on Cynthia - until she meets a man who wants to know hers. All of them.

Opening up her own private thoughts is a big step for Cynthia - yet she can’t resist the man who describes himself like the perfect tall, dark, handsome stranger. And their talks slowly push her personal and sexual and boundaries open.

But Cynthia starts to wonders if this is someone she can truly trust.

Because she has been giving him the blue print, to seduce her for real...

So that is a little teaser, but it brings to mind different questions. When we think we are "safe" - alone, anonymous, are we more ourselves?
Do we strip away the veneer of society and social mores if we think we are free of judgement?
For Cynthia, she is free for the first time to explore what turns her on. Privately, and secretly.

How about you? Have you ever told someone, everything?