Today, I'm going to give you a pre-taste of my up-and-coming new releases. As far as I understand, my first two erotic romances will be released in July.
The first one is a novella called "At Second Glance" and will be published by Decadent Publishing under the Ubuntu Line. Here's an extended blurb:
Four and a half years after Merryn’s divorce, she’s ready to build a relationship with a man but still wants to learn some tricks. She's changed her ideas about sex and wants to have fun. She joins an online singles group and meets “Panda.” They strike up an immediate connection. Within moments, she’s confided some of her past hurt from her divorce as well as insecurities and desires to this stranger. They agree to meet at a restaurant.
To her horror, her date turns out to be her ex-husband Kirk, who is still hurting from Merryn filing for divorce years ago. Before she can run away, Kirk puts aside his hurt and suggests they experiment sexually with each other for one night just to have fun. Against her instincts, Merryn agrees. Thus begins a sexual joyride for the two, but Merryn soon realises that she can’t separate the physical from the emotional attachment. She tries to run away again but Kirk has other plans.
My second one is for the Beyond Fairytales line at Decadent and is called "Her Real-life Hero." It's based on The Frog Prince / Iron Henry Grimm's Fairytale. It's an erotic fantasy novel. Here's a blurb:
Joanie wants to get her romances published but can't seem to get things right with her writing. She buys an antique bureau which the shopkeeper says has magic working through it. While using her new bureau, she begins to talk to the hero in her book, asking his advice on writing, all the while thinking it's her own imagination. She promises he can live in her home, eat at her table and sleep in her bed, if he helps her with her writing. She doesn't think he will actually knock on her door and insist she keep her promise.
Theo has also bought a magic chest of drawers that brings him into Joanie's life. He wants to settle down with one woman, tired of shallow relationships, and Joanie seems like the perfect candidate if it weren’t for her insistence on getting rid of him.
The magic forces them to live together and Joanie’s not happy. This is her first year alone and she’s been craving time to herself after looking after her younger siblings and an ailing aunt. Theo’s presence in her home, although unwanted, stirs up needs she’s suppressed for years. When they start to discover things about the magic and why it’s bringing them together, will Joanie recognize another type of magic at work? Will she succumb to the charm of Theo or will her need for breathing space pull them apart?