Friday, December 31, 2010

Caddy Girls by V.K. Sykes

This book is for readers 18 and older.

Publication Date: June 22nd, 2010
Genre: Erotica, Contemporary Romance
Format: E-book
My Rating:

Book Summary:  Torrey Green once had a promising golf career, now she’s stuck caddying for butt-pinching businessmen. She doesn’t mind playing dumb while hauling clubs if it means she can get her golf career back on track, and she’s going to need an influx of cash to focus on the pro circuit. A booking from video game mogul Julian Grant could be Torrey’s cash-flow solution. 
In town for a business deal, Julian’s partners plan for a little action on the greens. They’re looking for some fun with their rent-a-caddy girls, and have a lot riding on who can score, on the course and off. This type of gamble isn’t Julian’s style, but he’ll do whatever it takes to keep his partners happy – even if that includes breaking a few hearts along the way. 
Julian soon discovers that Torrey is more than just a caddy girl and they spark an intriguing attraction – but if Torrey discovers the truth behind his idiotic wager, all bets are off.

My Thoughts: I first want to say, I loved the story line to this book. It was something fresh for the most part. I have not read a book that dealt in the whole golf aspect. It was nice to have a change of scenery, if that makes sense. However, a classic love story line was there, however it was still refreshing. Torrey works as a caddy girl for the time being to make a living until she can find a sponsor to continue her dream of being a professional golfer. Julian is just the person to ask, all she has to do is keep her heart out of it and her pants on. However, the chemistry pull between the two doesn't make it as easy for her as she hoped. The two main romantic characters in this book are full of life and passion and it comes right off the pages. Each character keeps you intrigued. Julian is head over heels for Torrey and how she makes him feel, he just is to stubborn to admit and change his life to actually accommodate a relationship. Torrey is falling so fast, she doesn't have anything to grab onto to try and slow herself down. Its a love story we know how it will end, yet as a reader you enjoy the story.

The heat level in this book is pretty high. This is definitely an erotica and contemporary romance together. There was a story line to this book. The intimate scenes were average for a book, however they are in depth.

**This book was provided to me by the publishers in return for my honest review.**

Follow Friday - Book Blog Resolutions

Its been awhile since I have done a blog hop and this is my first time doing this blog hop! I love the topic for this one. What are my blog resolutions for 2011. This is an excellent question. So, here they are.

1. Get back out there and interact with bloggers. I started book blogging last May. At that time I really interacted with bloggers and my follower list built like crazy. However, I then stopped communicating with fellow bloggers as much and my follower list has not changed too much. Not that the number sitting there is what matters, to me its mainly are people enjoying my blog. Anyway, I want to get back out there and really start to interact again with the blogging world.

2. Comment more! I do a lot of commenting on blogs who have read the same book as me. I like to see what they thought and leave a comment on my opinion on the book. However, I am a little OCD about my TBR pile and sometimes don't read posts about books I have not read because I don't want to have another book that I just have to read. However, I feel like if I want others to read my reviews on  books they might not have read, then I should be doing the same.

3. Have more authors on the blog. I am nervous about asking sometimes, but I am sure most authors would like to do it, don't you?

4. Keep to my 5 book reviews from authors a month policy. I don't often do this. I get contacted and I want to fit them in as soon as I can, however that just gets me overwhelmed. So, I try to limit to 5 or 7 at most. I had to do this after October, I had agreed to 16 reviews in that month. Yes, I took on way too many and I didn't realize it until all the books came!

Ok, that sounds good! So, to get in on this fun blog hop and write your resolutions head over to Parajunkee's View and link up by clicking the picture below. Leave me a comment telling me your goals or a link to your post. Thanks!

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Tour: Scent of Jasmine by Jude Deveraux

The Scent of Jasmine
Publication Date: December 28, 2010
Genre: Historical Romance
Pages: 411
Series: Edilean (this can be read as standalone though)
My Rating:

Book Summary: Charleston, 1799: A daughter of Southern gentility and a gifted painter, Catherine Edilean Harcourt has no lack of suitors at home in Virginia, waiting to fulfill her dream of marriage and family. But Cay’s adventurous spirit, fostered by growing up with her three brothers, is piqued while visiting her godfather in South Carolina. Bedridden with a broken leg, he asks Cay to fill in for him on an urgent task: on her way to a fancy dress ball, she must deliver a packed horse to an old friend’s son—who also happens to be an escaped convict charged with murdering his wife! Cay agrees to the plan, which doesn’t go at all as planned . . . whereupon she finds herself fleeing Alexander McDowell’s captors, riding blind into the night with the fugitive Scotsman. Though she should fear him, Cay finds herself overwhelmingly attracted to Alex, and drawn into his tale of misguided justice and his innocence as they seek refuge in the steamy Florida everglades. Will trusting him be the worst mistake of her life? Or will falling in love be the salvation both of them have been looking for?

My Thoughts:  I liked the characters themselves in this book and the story line itself. A woman helping an escaped convict who was convicted of killing his wife. She gets stuck having to be on the run with him. It sounds good and enticing. Alex is a interesting male character. He was strong willed and determined to clear his name. Cay was a sassy and sarcastic female who was a little too innocent when it came to the real world. The two characters passion I thought should have been jumping off the pages. However, for me that just wasn't the case. The characters were not even attracted to one another at all from the beginning. Alex wanted his name cleared and that was all he was focused on. Cay was focused on getting home and away from this ugly and smelly man. Even after he finally bathed she was not attracted to him. The characters didn't have this want from one another that you would expect. They didn't feel drawn to one another. Instead they were an annoyance to one another. It wasn't until around page 220 that they finally shared their first kiss. Even when the characters were finally drawn to one another, I never felt the connection between the two. So, if you read this book for the romance aspect, it just wasn't there for me. However, as I stated the story line was good. I enjoyed the actual story when I wasn't waiting for these two character to be together. A twist is thrown in at the end. The last 100 pages of this book are packed with suspense and will hold you attention to see what might happen. Overall, this book is descent. I never like writing anything negative, but I think this book just wasn't for me. I know this is a good author, she has many books out and is well liked. So, I will just have to pick up another.

**This book was provided to me by the publishers in return for my honest review.**

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

No Safe Place by Cat Shaffer

No Safe Place
Publication Date: December 12th 2010
Genre: Contemporary Romance/ Romantic Suspense
Format: E-book (available in tradeback paperback also)
My Rating:

Book Summary: When Lissa Williams loses both her job as editor of a hard-hitting news magazine, and her fiancĂ©, in a one-two punch, she doesn't plan to compound her troubles by first getting drunk and then into a sexy stranger's bed. Nor does she expect to wind up in the tiny hamlet of Oslo, West Virginia, three months later, after her best friend is carjacked and left to die. Her shock at realizing that the first person she meets in Oslo is the same sexy stranger who had rocked her world in a single night, is softened by the realization he doesn't remember her. But how long can she keep things that way when he insists on volunteering as her handyman at the wreck of a house she's rented?
Folks in Oslo know Nat "Duke" O'Keefe as the man who's taken over the towns tow truck service. No one suspects his real job is undercover cop with an elite, multi-state task force investigating a sophisticated auto theft ring financing a global trade in illegal weapons. When a beautiful woman shows up in the two-bit town of Oslo, his boss orders him to cozy up to the towns newest resident and figure out just what she's up to. That suits him fine, until the sparks between them light a strange remembrance, a tinder of desire, and danger that may kill them both.

My Thoughts: I was drawn in from the moment I met Lissa. She was a strong and like able character. She was in some ways at a "weak" time of her life, however she was still very independent and strong and she did what she had to. She meets Duke very early on in the story. There is one of those instant connections between the two. The chemistry flying between the two flows off the reading page. After there "one night stand" the two characters think they will never see the other one, however fate has a way of putting its hands in the mix. After a horrible accident to Lissa's best friend where someone left her best friend on the side of the road to be dead, Lissa finds herself in a little town called Oslo and there just happens to be one tow truck company in town with only one employee who just happens to have the name Duke. Even though Lissa knows who Duke is and he doesn't know who she is, the pull between the two characters is still there. Lissa tries to fight it, but its a battle that isn't easily won.

I think anyone looking for a good romance with a touch of mystery in there will like this. Above, I touched mainly on the romance on this book, however there is an underlying mystery plot for each character, who don't realize they are both looking for the same person. I really enjoyed this read and it seems like the ladies from Turquoise Morning Press just keep shining!

**This book was provided to me by the publishers in return for my honest review.**

Monday, December 27, 2010

Control Freak: Brandon's Story by Reena Jacobs

This story is for readers 18 and older
Control Freak: Brandon's Story

Publications date: September 25th, 2010
Format: E-book
Genre: Short Erotica Novella
My Rating:

My Thoughts: Quick, to the point, and a fun read. This story was in Brandon's point of view. He is like any other guy, will take sex when he can, however Regina his wife loves it and always wants it. She has a demand from Brandon and has decided to with hold sex until he does this for her. Its a story where we see how long until Brandon gives into her wants that he isn't quite sure he is into. As I stated above, this book is about a 10-15 minute read. Its very short. I look forward to the second book in this series, Regina's story. Mainly because there was one demand in this book at the beginning that didn't get touched on again (she requests for him to read the book she wrote but it never gets touched on again), so I am curious on her thoughts of this in her story. I would also like to just get into her head a little more, she was a very unique character in Brandon's story.

**Note from Author: To Rebecca's readers. :) As mentioned, this is a short read. If you're looking for something quick and dirty, you're welcomed to try Control Freak for free at Smashwords ( Please use the coupon code GQ84L which is good until January 3, 2011.

**I received this book from the author in return for an honest review.**

Friday, December 24, 2010

Turquoise Morning Press Needs Your Help!

Turquoise Morning Press is having a contest to get their readers opinions on what the cover should be for their valentines day anthology. They would love your feedback. Best of all 2 commenter's will win a copy of this e-book. So, of you want to put your two sense in and hopefully get lucky, head on over to HERE.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Naughty and Nice Christmas Anthology

This book is for readers 18 and older.

Naughty and Nice
Publication Date: December 6th, 2010
Format: E-book
Genre: 2 Contemporary Romance(Nice) and 2 Erotica Romance (Naughty)
My Rating:

Book Summary: A famous singer reunites with an old flame. A couple explores their desire to be truly bound together. Newlyweds heat things up when they're trapped indoors. And sparks fly when the lights go out. Whether you are naughty or nice, you can still get what you really want for Christmas in this collection of four seasonal shorts.

Anthology includes nice novellas:

Holiday Sparks by Shannon Stacey
All She Wants for Christmas by Jaci Burton

And naughty novellas:

Unwrapped by Megan Hart
Believe by Lauren Dane

My Thoughts: Sometimes a good anthology of different authors is just perfect for you. You get to try new authors you have never read and you get several short stories. Which sometimes makes reading easier since you aren't looking at this thick book thinking wow, this is going to take some time.  The contemporary novels were both captivating and really good love stories. They were pretty clean in the romance. The authors both told wonderful stories that let you really feel the sizzle between the characters. Each author; Shannon Stacey and Jaci Burton are two authors I am going to want to read more of.

The naughty novellas, well those were definitely make you blush type novels. They were naughty for sure! They were packed full of intimate scenes and had a slight story line to them. However the intimate scenes overpowered these short stories, so it was good that the actual plot of the books were not too complicated.

I think this book is a great holiday read. It has something in this book for everyone, even if they don't want any of the naughty. Each book is also available on its own to purchase.

**This book was provided to me by the publisher for my honest review.**

Sunday, December 19, 2010

The Heartbreaker by Maddie James

The Heartbreaker
Publication Date: June 5, 2010
Format: e-book and paperback
Genre: Contemporary Romance
My Rating:

Summary: The Heartbreaker is back in town. But whose heart will get broken this time? As athletic director for the Parks Department, Lucki Stevenson spends most of her time coaching unruly teenagers instead of giving her heart a much-needed pep talk. And when all-grown-up, boy-next-door, Dr. Sam Kirk moves back to town, Lucki wants to forfeit the game of love completely! Sam broke her heart once before, and she won't give him a chance to do it again... Returning home to care for his younger brother J.J., after his mother's death, Sam is happy to accept Lucki's expert advice about kids-and even happier that the tomboy he remembers is now a beautiful woman. When Lucki agrees to help him with J.J., Sam is sure he's on the road to success as an instant parent, and possibly as a husband-but first he's got to convince Lucki that he's not the heartbreaker he once was, and that good guys do finish first.

My thoughts: I loved this book. It will instantly draw you in to Lucki and Sam's story. Lucki is a very well liked character all the way around and as a reader she is very entertaining. Especially when the story starts with her getting shot in the butt by a bb gun! You know its going to be good and entertaining. Maddie James tells an excellent story. This is my first book by her and it will not be my last. Her writing style is perfect and never once did she veer off coarse and leave me wondering what was going on. All the characters in this story were entertaining and unique. This story takes place in a small town, so of coarse everyone knows everything about everyone. Back to Lucki and Sam, this was one of those stories where the male character Sam knew what he wanted and it just happened to be Lucki. However, he has to convince her that he isn't the "heartbreaker" she thinks he is and that he really does want to settle down. However, it isn't quite as easy as he thinks it going to be, because Lucki is stubborn and isn't having her heart broken.

If you love a classic contemporary romance, you will want this book. This is one of many books from Turquoise morning press. Go check out there website to see more from them and from Maddie James. She is an author your going to want to read. They also have excellent prices on their e-book versions of there books.

**This book was provided to me by the publishers in return for my honest review.**

Duchess of Sin Winners

I have three winners to Duchess of Sin by Laurel McKee! Thank you to Forever Romance for this chance to have this giveaway. The winners have 48 hours to respond to my e-mail before I move on. Thank you again to all those who entered!

Kristi Abbott
Meredith Miller
Marlene Breakfield.


Saturday, December 18, 2010

SantaKid by James Patterson

My son came home yesterday from school with this book, SantaKid by James Patterson. I was like, cool James Patterson! So I sat down with the children to read it and I thought it was a great little modern day family Christmas story. If you have children, I would definitely check it out. My children were captivated by the story and really seemed to enjoy it.

Summary: When Warrie Ransom, the Big Boss of the Exmas Express Company, decides to buy Christmas and rename it Exmas, Santa Claus, Momma Claus, and their daughter Chrissie can't believe their eyes. Everything at the North Pole seems to change overnight--the elves stop making kids' favorite toys, the Christmas doves won't fly or sing, and no one seems to laugh anymore. It looks like Christmas is going to be ruined. But then Chrissie remembers something she had learned from her dad: you must believe in something bigger than yourself. With a little help from her dad's helpers, Chrissie--as santaKid--delivers presents to children on Christmas eve, sending Warrie Ransom back to where he came from! After all, when you believe in something, magic can happen.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Quick Blog Survery

I would love it if you would take the time to fill out a quick blog survey for me, so I can see where I need to improve. I want to make sure my readers are happy. You will be annonymous, so I won't know who filled out what. I am going to leave this up until the end of 2010. A big thank you! Just in case the form isn't here, here is the link. HERE

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Forbidden Passions by Aurora Rose Lynn

This book is for 18 and older readers

Forbidden Passions
Publication Date: November 21st 2010
Format: E-book
Pages: 36
Genre: Erotica Romance (short novella)
My Rating:

Book Summary: Beautiful Belle Cassel has a secret identity that might destroy the man she loves.
Randall Lambert is that man. He is pressing past the point of no return to discover who she really is.
Unknown to either, the tragic future is only minutes around the corner and will destroy much of what they've believed in…including each other. The minutes are ticking….

My Thoughts: This is a very quick read and I think almost a perfect book for anyone who wonders how exactly an erotica book is from a romance book. The love scenes were not too over the top that they left you blushing, but are definitely more detailed then your average romance book. This book has a great story line too it also. There is a slight mystery as the reader wonders who exactly Bella is. Randall wants her to know how much he loves her, but he wonders if he would be crossing the line. Its takes something happening to help them each realize that what they want is right there in front of them. The time comes when the past must be put behind them, so happiness can be found.This is a very quick read, but will keep you highly entertained the entire time.

Winner Time! Believe Christmas Anthology

Thank you to Marissa Dobson for giving me this chance to have a giveaway for the Believe Christmas Anthology that she is featured in. If you didn't win, check out Turquoise Morning Press for all the different place you can purchase this e-book.

The lucky winner is:
Linda Henderson!

I will e-mail Marissa your e-mail address and she will send your book along!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Review: Act Like We're In love

Act Like We're in Love
Publication Date: October 7, 2010
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: Paperback/E-book (256 pages as E-book)
My Rating:

Book Summary: Linnea Larson is appalled when a Hollywood hunk is hired to star opposite her at her family's theatre. Known for playing a superhero onscreen, and a super stud off screen, doesn't convinces her he has what it takes to share her stage. Due to a pact with her best friend, she never dates actors. Despite his fame, fortune and an endless string of women, Luke is dissatisfied with his picture perfect life. He escapes to his theatrical roots to find wary cast mates, a best friend convinced the show will ruin Luke's career, and an adorable costar who refuses to date him. Far from Hollywood's spotlights, can he find happiness in the footlights of a tiny Theatre? Despite Luke dragging her into his paparazzi nightmare, Linnea can't deny his irresistible charm. Their fling has a guaranteed expiration date. Why risk the inevitable heartbreak? Their job is to act like they're in love, but will they decide it's worth the leap to fall in love for real?

My Thoughts: This was a new author for me, and yes I am addicted. This book had been sitting in my review pile for almost 2 months and upon getting my e-reader it was number 2 on my list to get read. Well, it should have been number 1, this book was great. I love contemporary romance and this fits it perfectly. I also love when there are two stories in one book. Not only did the reader want to see Linnea and Luke get together, but each of their best friends Ingria and Wes who were complete opposites were drawn to one another. Since we didn't get as much with the two of them, I am hoping that means the author is working on a book for just those two characters.  As always, one thing I look for when reading romance is the chemistry between the characters. I have to feel the want between the two, and I definitely did in this book. Linnea was so drawn to Luke and he the same. It was one of those books where the two main characters struggled with being together, but not to where you want to throw the book across the room and tell them to just get over it. The author really balanced it well. The characters were all well liked. This is a book your going to want to read if now a days romance  for you. Especially when just watching a movie and wishing you could land a big movie star, reading this you can be with Linnea as she gets her chance to bag the hottest name is Hollywood.

Check out to learn more about the author and the two books that she has published.

** This book was provided to me by the author in return for my honest review. **

Monday, December 13, 2010

Sony PRS-300 Pocket Reader Review

My new toy! I searched and searched and researched different e-readers and I finally decided that the Sony e-reader would be the perfect fit for me. Even though I knew there are ways around it, I didn't want to me limited to the places that I had to buy my e-books. I wanted to get any format just about and this seemed like the perfect match for me. So then I had to decide on what Sony and what I needed it to do. Well, I needed it to let me read books and that's all. I don't do audio books, which this specific reader does not do. I didn't need games on it (i always have my cellphone with me), I didn't need wifi on it (once again, I always have my cellphone with me). The only thing wifi would have been nice for was the instant buy a book and it would be on my e-reader. I did find a nice program that I like a lot called calibre and it works with most any e-readers (yes even kindle!) to help get books on here. Its actually easier to use then the sony software. So it helps with books I am asked to review.

So, after making the decision on which e-reader I wanted, it looked like I wanted an older model sony, not one of these newer touch screen ones. Plus, the newer touch screen ones didn't have as nice reviews and the glare was said to be bad on those. I found this model on e-bay and ended up winning the bid and paying $82, which I felt good about if you had read this blog post HERE. So I have now read a few books on it. The pages turn smoothly. The battery life is great, still full with a lot of use. My son has even read a book on it. It has the e-ink which is nice on the eyes. Over all, i love this e-reader and its really easy to read on. Its basic so it isn't full of other stuff that I just don't need. So, I think if anyone is looking for an e-reader to just read on and is small enough to take with you, this is a great option.

  • Screen Size: Vizplex 5 inches
  • Resolution: 800 x 600 pixels
  • Gray Scale: 8-levels gray scale
  • Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion (battery: DC 3.7 V)
  • AC Power: DC 5.2 V
  • Battery Life (Approx): 7,500 (BBeB Book)
  • USB 2.0 data/power
  • 512MB of onboard memory
  • Supplied Accessories: USB Cable, Sleeve, Quick Start Flyers
  • Unit Dimensions: 6.2″ L x. 4.2″ W x 2″ D, Weight: 7.76 oz.
  • Media Formats Supported: Unsecured Text: EPUB File (Non DRM/ Adobe DRM protected), BBeB Book (Non DRM/ PRS DRM protected), PDF file (Non DRM/ Adobe DRM protected) DRM Text: Text file, RTF file, Word file (unsecured)

My Gift From My Secret Santa

On Saturday I got my gift from the holiday book swap. Thank you so much to my Secret Santa, The Book Bandit.

I got some apple stickey notes, a bookmark, a handcrafted necklace, a book, and a neat decorative R to put up for decoration. Thank you again for my gift, I love it and I can't wait to dig into it!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Two Tickets To The Christmas Ball

Two Tickets to the Christmas Ball: A Novella
Publication Date: October 5, 2010
Pages: 246
Genre: Christian Romance
My Rating:

Summary: In a sleepy, snow-covered city, Cora Crowder is busy preparing for the holiday season. Searching for a perfect gift, a fortuitous trip to Warner, Werner, and Wizbotterdadrsquo;s (a most unusual bookshop) leads to an unexpected encounter with co-worker Simon Derrick. And the surprise discovery of a ticket for a truly one-of-a-kind Christmas Ball. Every year, the matchmaking booksellers of the Sage Street bookshop host an enchanting, old-fashioned Christmas Ball for the romantic matches theyrsquo;ve decided to bring together. This year, will Simon and Cora discover a perfect chemistry in their opposite personalities and shared faith? Or will the matchmakersrsquo; best laid plans end up ruining everything this holiday

My Thoughts: This was a well crafted and beautiful story. Your attention will be grabbed from the beginning. Cora and Derrick are two lost souls who are looking for love, even though they did not fully realize it. It took the work of wizards to help these two realize everything they had been looking for, had not been to far from them this whole time. The Christmas wizard ball is not a ball that many know about and as the story goes on, you learn that this ball happens every year in away for God to get two people. Derrick is the first to realize his feelings as he watches her with his sister Sandy, who readers will fall inlove with also. Cora wants to, but she is unsure of his feelings, since Derrick has always come across as slightly uptight. Reading as the two learn their love for one another is a lot of fun. Each come from very differant families. Derrick who has a well built and full of love christian family, and Cora has a family who are drugs addicts and are not christian.

If you pick up this book to add to your holiday reads, you won't be sorry. Instead you will get lost in a magical story with wizards, crazy ladies who own an antique dress shop, a street that only Derrick, Cora and Sandy can see, and a love story.

**This book was provided to me by the publishers in return for my honest review.**

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Interview & Giveaway with Marissa Dobson

Today I have as a guest Marissa Dobson, who some of my readers might now from her book review blog She recently had her first short story published in Believe a Christmas Anthology that was published by Torqoise Morning Press.  The story that she was wrote was The Twelve Days of Seduction. Its a great story about a single mother who is starting over in a new town and taking over her late grandmothers estate. I will let Marrissa tell you a little more about. After the interview, look for a link to the giveaway to win your own E-book copy of Believe to help get you into the Christmas spirit!

1. Tell us a little about yourself Marissa?
When it comes to me there isn’t much to tell. I am no where near as interesting as the characters I write about. I am just your average twenty something housewife with a reading fetish and an active imagination. I am originally from the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area, but moved away when I met my husband.

2. How long have you been writing?
I have been writing stories since I was a teenager, but after I got married I didn't have as much time to write. About a year and half ago I started getting back into it. Taking time to write everyday, well at least Monday thru Friday while my husband is working.

3. Is this your first published story/book?
Yes this is my first story published. But if I have my say it will be the first of many.

4. Tell us a little about The Twelve Days of Seduction.
BelieveThe Twelve Seductive Days of Christmas is a sweet romantic story.  Jasmine has a rocky past, she has been burned by love and family before, and now she has a daughter to worry about. She isn't looking for anything, just a quiet place that she can raise her daughter.

On the other hand Logan Clarke fell in love with the mysterious Jasmine long ago, hearing stories from her grandmother. And now that Jasmine is finally here, he knows he’s in love for sure.

Snowbound in a cottage, twelve days before Christmas, does Logan have enough time to convince Jasmine of love at first sight? And can Jasmine let go of her past, and let Logan into her heart?

5. What can we expect from you in the future?
Currently I am working on another romance story, and polishing a paranormal one. Hopefully I will have some news in the future about the publication of the paranormal one.

6. Any writing quirks?
I write best in my office surrounded by my book collection, and looking out the window (especially if it is snowing). I have to have a drink, and some hard candy that I can suck on when I am stuck and need to think the plot over. Also before I start a new work in progress (WIP) I must clean my office and desk. It gives me time to think of what I plan to do with the WIP, and in my mind it gives me a fresh slate.

7. Favorite book?
I gave this some thought and I have to say I don't really have a favorite books. When I was younger it was Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, then in my teenage years my mother got be hooked on Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews. Now I would have to say that it is Portrait in Death by J.D. Robb. I love that series, but that is one that really stands out to me at this moment.

8. Current read?
Currently I am reading Primal Bonds by Jennifer Ashley that comes out in March 2011.

9. Is there anything else you would like to share about Believe or The Twelve Days of Seduction?
I was blessed to be apart of an anthology with so many wonderful authors. Being published in Believe was extra special to me, since I am a fan of a few of my co-authors. Especially Janet Evans, I love her work. Every author in Believe is wonderful, and I expect many great things from them.

Please note, this is for an e-book.
Winner will be announced December 15