Friday, 8 December 2017

Finding Angel - Cover Reveal and Pre-sale

Well after a very frustrating rewrite, Finding Angel is ready for re-release on January 30th, 2018. The story changes have made the book a faster paced read, while still maintaining the integrity of the original story. I'm so pleased to show you all the beautiful new cover (designed by Willsin Rowe) and give you the pre-order info for the ebook, along with a couple of teasers.

So here she is, Finding Angel, Wylde Shore Series - Book 1.

It’s time to participate in a dangerous dance of murder, trust, love, and intrigue.

Trouble isn’t Angel’s middle name, so why does it follow her wherever she goes? Her life should be less complicated after the death of her ex, but his actions continue to haunt her. While trying to gain some distance from a crime boss who has a contract out on her, and a cop who believes she’s the key to taking said bad guy down, Angel runs straight into the arms of two dominant brothers with an unexpected interest in making her theirs.

Faced with a difficult choice, Angel must decide who she can trust. Two kinky brothers that she just met? A cop she has more in common with than she realizes? Or a crime boss adept at murder? Trusting them all may end up saving her life.

Finding Angel is more than a love story between one woman and two men, it’s a romantic suspense with a whole lot of trouble.

This book contains erotic sex scenes, BDSM elements, a Ménage a Trois romantic pairing (M/F/M) and non-graphic descriptions of past sexual and physical abuse suffered by the female protagonist.  Note: There is no sexual relationship between siblings. 

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For those who aren't a fan of ebooks, the paperback will be available to purchase on release day.

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Cameron’s Unexpected Holiday Blog Tour

Cameron’s Unexpected Holiday Blog Tour

December 17 to December 31

Finding Giveaways along the Way


Erotic romance author Cameron Allie is playing host to 14 sexy, sizzling romance authors this holiday season. Each day from December 17 to December 31 a different author will stop by her blog to tell us about their holiday traditions. They will also be sharing with us hot excerpts from their books, and let's not forget the giveaways!

You can be sure to find tons of giveaways over those two weeks, ranging from ebooks, paperbacks, Amazon gift cards, and really cool swag! One author is even offering up a copy of her exclusive Christmas novel free to everyone who visits the blog, so be sure to stop by every day for excerpts, and giveaways!


If you have a Twitter account Cameron invites you to help spread the word about the this fabulous tour for a chance to win an ebook copy of her holiday short story An Unexpected Christmas Gift. From now until the end of the month use the Rafflecopter below to Tweet about the blog tour. You can do so every day for even more chances to win! The Rafflecopter makes it easy to Tweet the message. Once you've Tweeted click the "I Tweeted" button to submit your entry.


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Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Author Hot Seat Welcomes, Juliet Braddock

The author hot seat specials are designed to help readers get to know both popular, and up and coming authors, a little better. The questions are broken into sections - About your writing, about you, fun stuff and finally. Some of the questions are easy, other may need a little more thought and some may cause our author friends to hesitate before answering—still, they all answer. 

Today we welcome Juliet Braddock to the hot seat. Her latest release BLEMISHED is out today. So welcome, Juliet, we're glad you're here and wish you every success with the new book. 

Getting Started:

Tell us about your latest book. What was your inspiration for writing it, is it part of an ongoing series, the characters, the genre etc?

BLEMISHED is a standalone erotic romance that explores the story of unlikely lovers who find they have more in common than what’s on the surface.

Gavin Fletcher is an advertising executive on the rise in Chicago, and Chloe’s a homeless artist. They meet on a park bench in the middle of a blizzard, and their journey begins there.

As Gavin teaches Chloe to become his submissive, they surmount some very serious issues from their pasts. While they love to indulge in kink—and there are many sizzling scenes in BLEMISHED—they overcome the daily obstacles that life presents.

When faced with untimely tragedy, roles reverse, and they both learn and grow within their relationship both in and out of the bedroom.

Before we get into the interview I need to ask about your sight. As your regular readers would know, you recently went legally blind, which must have been devastating. How has that affected you, not only personally, but as a writer?

The night of January 13, 2017 changed my life forever. For about four or five days, my vision blurred, and I tried to ignore it. I thought it would go away. But I started to panic and ran to the eye doctor.

After a battery of tests and eyedrops, my ophthalmologist rushed me to the Emergency Room, and I was diagnosed with Pseudotumor Cerebri, or Hydrocephalus. I had water on the brain that was pressing against my optic nerves. The damage was so severe that they told me that I might not regain all of my sight.

In the first three months of the year, I was in the hospital more than I was at home. I had two eye surgeries, two spinal taps and brain surgery. And then, I had the final diagnosis after my brain surgery. I was diagnosed as legally blind.

I was right in the middle of my first solid edit of BLEMISHED when I lost my sight. The hardest thing I had to do was to pull the pre-order from Amazon. At that point, I didn’t know if I’d ever write again.

After my brain surgery, I allowed myself to wallow in pity for a couple of weeks. However, I realized that through technology—and my own will—I had to put those Big Girl Panties on, one leg at a time, and get my life back together.

I got software for the vision-impaired that magnifies the computer screen, and I bought a large monitor for my desktop. I adapted my drafts with big bold fonts that I could see. I hired a PA. And I started mobility training with the white cane for the blind.

The editing process takes me longer now, but I’m getting faster. Initially, it was a matter of learning the software for the vision-impaired. I just have to know to budget extra time into my publishing schedule.

My editor has been a tremendous help along the way. For example, I can’t see details on some photographs. I send them to her if I need a description of the scene, and she tells me about the colors and nuances I can no longer recognize with my own eyes.

My cover designer has also been so wonderful. She understands my thought process and how I want the books to look, but she’s also very sympathetic to my blindness.

Really, I just sought out the tools and team that would make it possible for me to continue my career as an author. I’m already halfway finished with my next book—a kinky, romantic comedy titled SMITTEN. After the year I’ve had, I had to write something light.

About your writing:
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How many books have you written during your career so far and which is your favorite?

My first four books are part of the Manhattan Bound Series, which was inspired by my love for New York and Broadway. The books feature Maxine Kirk, a young theater publicist who’s new to New York and to kink, and her actor/Dom lover, Drew McKenzie. Maxine and Drew explore her foray into BDSM against the backdrop of Broadway. (WEAKENED, WRAPPED, KNOTTED and BOUND.) I also have a novella, “Professor Knows Best,” that I’ve re-released. And SMITTEN, my kinky rom-com, will be out in March 2018.

I think an author’s favorite book is always the one they’ve just written, and BLEMISHED is special to me on many levels.

I just loved writing Gavin and Chloe. They’re just two normal people, brought together by extenuating circumstances. They have their flaws, but together, they sizzle. I had fun writing them, and I hope readers fall in love with them just as I did.

BLEMISHED is also the book I was writing when I lost my vision. Throughout everything, writing and editing Gavin and Chloe’s story brought me comfort and hope. By immersing myself in the characters and plot, I forgot about my own pain and problems. I took my time with the edit and getting the marketing together, but I proved to myself that all was not lost in my writing career. In a way, this book—and my neuro-ophthalmologist—saved my life.

Have any of your books received negative reviews and how did you handle the situation?

I used to obsess over reviews until I was stuck in the hospital without my laptop this year. And when I came home, I realized how freeing that was, so I stopped reading them—all of them—cold turkey.

It’s not that I don’t care about reviews. I do. And my editor reads them for me to let me know if there’s anything I should see. But I realized that life is too short to worry about someone else’s negativity. I write for myself, and I write for the readers I’ve come to know over the last few years.

Do you believe in writer’s block and if so, how do you overcome it?

Nope! I write every single day. And sometimes, it’s tough to spit the words out, but that’s why we edit. I don’t believe in the proverbial “muse” or losing inspiration. When you’re a writer, that’s your job. Readers count on you to deliver. If it’s one paragraph at a time, you’re working through the manuscript. You’ll get it down, and you’ll get it done.

What is the one genre you would never write and why?

Probably Science Fiction. My brain just doesn’t work on that level to put together a convincing plot. If I tried to write that genre, the result would be unintentionally hilarious.

Have you ever written a book that you’ve regretted publishing and why?

I have two romantic suspense novels on floppy disk, locked away somewhere in my storage unit. They’re so different than what I write now, and I hope they never see the light of day. If my Goddaughter ever reads this interview, Alex, do NOT publish them when I’m dead. I’ll haunt ya, baby girl! LOL

If a reader said they wanted to write a book, what advice would you give them? 

Just write. Worry about the editing later. But put the words down on the page and finish the book. Also, find someone you really trust to read for you. You don’t want someone who is just going to tell you how wonderful the book is; you need someone who can provide thoughtful insight into your plot and characters. My editor was actually one of my first readers. She now knows my writing better than I do. Her feedback is crucial to my final manuscript. She’ll let me know when something is out of place, and I really think about her commentary as I move along with each book.

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About you:

Tell us what a typical day in your life is like?

Most days, I live at my computer. But usually, if I’m taking a break, it’s to have lunch with friends or to see a show on Broadway and grab dinner.

What sort of things put you in a bad mood?

Tardiness. Procrastination. People who exhibit zero manners on the subway—like when the perfectly healthy college student sits there during rush hour staring at the heavily pregnant woman standing in front of her. And people who feel the need to SPEAK LOUDER when they find out that I’m blind. I can’t see, but my hearing is just fine.

Do you have a bucket list and what’s one thing you still want to do that you haven’t done?

I’ve always been a go-getter. If I want to do something, I just make it happen somehow—even now that I’m legally blind.

For instance, I wanted to go to my dear friend’s birthday party over the summer. We’d both had some health scares this year, and it had been a while since I’d visited him. So I got on the train by myself and made the eight-hour journey.

I’m a big believer in the fact that you can’t sit around waiting for life to happen—you control your own destiny.

When I was ten-years-old, I told myself that I’d meet Duran Duran. Twelve years later, I did just that. I also promised myself that I’d move to New York, and I did that, too.

I’ve been lucky that I’ve had the chance to pursue my dreams – in my career, in my travels and in my lifestyle. There are still things I want to do and accomplish, but I know I’ll get around to them. So I really don’t have a Bucket List.

The one regret I do have is that I never saw Bowie live. That still saddens me when I think about it.

What makes you laugh?

A very smart, dark sense of humor. I see the humor in everything – starting with my own chaotic life. As I tell everyone, I’m the first person to crack a blind joke. And before you can laugh at anything else, you have to laugh at yourself first.

What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done?

Having to call the corner deli at midnight to deliver one six-pack of beer and one pack of condoms. I took some liberties with the real-life event, and I used it in WEAKENED. It was too New York. I had to use it.

Do you like to read and what are you reading at the moment?

I love to read. Right now, unfortunately, I’m not reading anything. It’s more difficult for me to follow along now with my vision loss.

My favorite book, though, is a very dark erotic suspense called Topping from Below by Laura Reese. I read it for the first time almost twenty years ago now, and I still have a hangover from that book. It’s not, however, for the faint of heart.

If you couldn’t write anymore, what would you do instead?

This whole year really changed my way of thinking. I would probably work as a counselor to the blind. Losing sight isn’t a death sentence, and you can still live a full life. That’s what I’d want to portray to others who are enduring similar situations.

Fun Stuff:

If you could go out with one famous person who would it be and why?

As my friends and readers ALL know, I have a mad crush on British actor James Norton. He’s on the rise with the remake of one of my favorite films, “Flatliners,” and he stars on PBS in “Grantchester. Those true-blue eyes…those luscious, kissable lips…and those ginger waves. Sigh. He truly makes me swoon. In BLEMISHED, Gavin Fletcher may have been based on him. Loosely. Sorta. Yeah…

Do you have a habit that drives your partner/friends/family nuts and what is it?

I bite my nails. When I let them grow, they’re so long and pretty—and I love nail polish, even though I can no longer see the colors. But when I bite them, they look dreadful.

In your opinion, what makes a person attractive?

Above and beyond everything, I look at sense of humor first. What makes a person laugh is the key to their soul. You get a sense of intelligence, how far they’ll push things and how they see themselves. If a guy can’t make me laugh, there’s no point in a second date.

What is the strangest food you’ve ever eaten?

Shark fin soup. I used to work for a Japanese company, and we were entertaining the executives from our Tokyo office. Coincidentally, they actually banned the sale of shark fin soup in New York a few years later. Not sure where the law stands now, but I had it before the ban.

Would you rather have a classic 1969 convertible Mustang or have the use of a beach side condo any time you want?

Living in New York City, I don’t drive, although I do love a classic Mustang. Can I hire a hot red-headed younger man to drive me around?

During my senior year of college, one of my best friends had a classic, powder blue Mustang. We named her Sally, and she took us everywhere. She knew all of our secrets. She kept us busy, and she kept our confidence. And we loved her.

About six months after graduation, my friend called me with the grim words, “Sally’s dead.” It was just complete autobody failure that took her. It was the one and only time I ever cried over a car.

And finally:

Would you rather survive an apocalyptic event (yes, even a zombie apocalypse) or die instantly without knowing what happened to your family and friends?

I’d rather go quickly. I’m adventuresome, but that doesn’t extend to the Z-Poc! 

Thanks for sharing your story with us, Juliet. As a last little treat Juliet has give me some BLEMISHED teasers to share with you. And don't forget to go to Juliet's social media pages for information on her work and other general stalking. :)

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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Out Now—Winning the Campaign Manager by Lucy Felthouse

Politics has never been so sexy!
Cade Avery is running for a position on his local county council. He’s extremely good at what he does and is a valuable asset to his community. The trouble is, he upsets people, says the wrong things, and rides rough-shod over other people’s plans and ideas. His assistant, Mary, eager to improve Cade’s public image, hires him a campaign manager.
Quentin Rayworth is thrilled to be working with such a formidable public figure. It’ll be a challenge, but he’s confident he can help Cade to win the election, and knows that the achievement will look impressive on his CV.
It’s soon clear that the two men are set to be an excellent team. That is, until Cade’s werewolf makes its intentions known—in Quentin, it has found its mate, and it will not rest until he has claimed him. But can Cade—and his wolf—win over the campaign manager?

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“You’ve done what?” Cade Avery yelled, fixing his long-time friend and colleague, Mary Summers, with a glare. He slammed his hands down on his desk, making a bunch of pens jump and rattle, and causing water to splash over the side of his glass. “Why the hell would you do such a thing?”
Mary, by now used to Cade’s temper and frequent outbursts, didn’t flinch. Standing firm on the other side of his desk, she calmly stated, “You heard me, Cade. I’ve appointed you a campaign manager. And as for the why, I think it’s pretty damn obvious.”
“Not to me,” he grumbled, snatching a handful of tissues from the box in his top drawer and swiping irritably at the liquid he’d spilled. “Seems like an unnecessary expense.”
With a heavy sigh, Mary replied, “Do you want to win this bloody election or not?”
“Yes, of course I do. What sort of a stupid question is that?”
“Well then, you need a campaign manager. The rest of the team and I already have enough on our plates. We can’t handle that side of things, too. Not to mention the fact that you really need someone with … expertise … in that department. Someone who can boost your public image, make you more likeable … you know, so people will actually vote for you.”
Screwing up the wad of soggy tissue and dumping it in the wastebasket beside him, Cade snapped his gaze to Mary. She stood, the ever-present iPad clutched against her chest, looking as determined and immovable as a five-feet-one, slim thirty-five-year-old was ever going to get.
He sat back in his chair and folded his arms. “What’s wrong with my public image?”
Rolling her eyes heavenward, her body tensing, Mary’s cool demeanor actually looked on the verge of cracking. Taking a deep breath and releasing it, she looked back at him. “Give me strength, Cade. Are you fucking serious?”
She may have used the deep breath and probably a considerable amount of willpower to dampen down her physical reaction to his question, but her actual words gave her true state of mind away. As a rule, the word “bloody” was as bad as it got for Mary. To have enticed a “fucking” out of her, and within the same conversation, no less, meant she was in real danger of losing her temper with him. And despite her diminutive frame and usually chilled-out personality—especially in comparison with his huge frame and fiery personality—when she did lose it, she was utterly terrifying. Possibly the fact that she rarely got angry was what made it so potent when she did. Mary’s ire could turn even the thickest-skinned person into a blubbering wreck.
“Mary,” he cooed, backtracking quickly, “come on, sit down. Why do you always insist on standing up in here?”
“Because, unless we’re having a meeting, I don’t generally need to stay long. I normally impart my information, you give your feedback, and we get on with our day.” She shifted restlessly and narrowed her eyes. “But today, it seems, you’re having a bit of a brain fart. Do I really need to spell it out for you?”
Raising his eyebrows at her increasing irritation, and wondering if there was something going on in her private life that was making her so touchy, he nodded. “Yes, I really think you do.”
A few seconds of silence passed, in which Mary again seemed to be getting a grip on her irritation. She finally said, “All right. But don’t forget; you asked for it.”

Author Bio:

Lucy Felthouse is the award-winning author of erotic romance novels Stately Pleasures (named in the top 5 of’s 100 Modern Erotic Classics That You’ve Never Heard Of, and an Amazon bestseller), Eyes Wide Open (winner of the Love Romances Café’s Best Ménage Book 2015 award, and an Amazon bestseller), The Persecution of the Wolves and Hiding in Plain Sight. Including novels, short stories and novellas, she has over 160 publications to her name. She owns Erotica For All, and is one eighth of The Brit Babes. Find out more about her writing at, or on Twitter or Facebook. Sign up for automatic updates on Amazon or BookBub. Subscribe to her newsletter and get a free eBook:

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