Deliciously Naughty Writers have had some recent releases that I want to share here. The most recent one is the latest offering from Anna J. Evans in her Perfectly Wicked Series:
Some women are misunderstood, others are a misdemeanor waiting to happen…
Katarina was a very bad girl, but she spent five years in the dungeon paying for her crimes and made a vow to leave her wicked ways behind her. She's praying a makeover and a stint on Kingdom City's newest reality show, Real-Life Ways to Catch a King, will help her get back on her feet. Unfortunately the show's producer, notorious bad boy Serge, is making it hard for her to resist giving in to her naughtier nature…
Serge is looking to turn his life around. He wants a wife and a family and a place in respectable society. Taking up with a former wicked queen with a penchant for poison apples isn't on his agenda. But Kat quickly proves to be irresistible, and when a mutual affection for public passion turns into something more, he has to make a decision. Break the heart of the only woman he's ever loved or risk forever being known as a "bad apple".
Bad Apple - available at Ellora's Cave now!
Also available is December Quinn's first Ellora's Cave book:
Dr. Cecelia Barnes' research on blood diseases made vampire Julian Mansfield want to watch her. Her intelligence and spirit, not to mention the sparkle in her eyes, made him want to help her.
Julian planned to seduce her work — which endangers all vampires — out of her, but her strength and wit seduce him right back. Before he knows it he's changing his plans and starting a bloody, violent war against his old master in a desperate bid to save the life of the woman he's quickly realizing he can't live without.
As their passionate meeting turns into a full-blown love affair more intense than either of them expected, Julian is tortured by the knowledge that he must admit to Cecelia that he is a vampire, or lose her…but when she finds out he's been lying, will she want to stay?
Blood Will Tell - available at Ellora's Cave!
Sierra Dafoe has a new hot read:
Emotionally scarred by an abusive lover, Mia has vowed that no man will ever have power over her again -- indeed, it is now she who has power over them as a wealthy and highly sought after dominatrix. But when she hears about a strange nightclub called Dominion, run by a mysterious figure who’s rumored to be a vampire, Mia begins hungering for the absolute power of immortality.
In return for fulfilling her wish, though, Fyodor demands that for one night she submit herself utterly to him, servicing not only him but the five other vampires of his clave as well! And now Mia must face the emotions she’s been running from for so long -- her terror of being hurt again, and her deeply buried desire to be mastered.
Trapped at the mercy of six overpoweringly handsome vampires, can Mia find the courage to let down her guard and discover the ecstasy of submitting herself completely to their sexual demands?
All Wrapped Up 2: Absolute Power - available at Changeling Press
And, finally, Kelly Maher has a re-release of her short story Bound to Love:
Kelly says about the book: "I originally wrote Bound to Love as a submission for a now-defunct e-zine's Valentine's Day issue. I set the story in London because I had spent a semester in college in Norwich, England. While there, I learned first hand about a fun little custom for Valentine's Day. You have to figure out who your secret admirer is based on clues they leave in any present or card they give you. I knew I had to figure out a way to slip that into a story one day, and I finally got the chance to with Bound to Love. [It] was originally published by a small electronic press. After that business relationship ended, Alessia Brio accepted it for part of the Coming Together: For the Cure anthology. All proceeds from the sale of this anthology will be given to the Susan G. Komen fund. What better way to support breast cancer research, than buying an anthology of lusciously hot stories?"
Bound to Love, part of Coming Together: For the Cure - available at Phaze
"A woman in love can't be reasonable - or she probably wouldn't be in love." ~Mae West