Terci in Chains by Kate Richards–a review

Terci in Chains by Kate Richards–a review

Terci Angel is an up and coming BDSM author who secretly dreams of being a submissive herself. She’s not sure if it’s merely a result of her research or if she’s crushing on the mysterious Mistress K, a dominatrix Terci has a strictly online relationship with and has guided Terci in making her BDSM books as real as possible. Now Terci has a chance to meet her favorite author Mariana Martin at a convention she’s attending in Canada. Not only that, she signed up for a date through the 1Night Stand dating service. Nervous and excited, little does Terci know that she is about to embark on an adventure that will change her life forever. If you are a fan of Ms. Richards, you will surely enjoy this hot read. I highly recommend this fun, short story. It’s just enough to rev you up, but won’t keep you up reading all night to finish it. I was given a copy of this eBook in exchange for an honest review. 5 out of 5 stars Blurb: Terci’s success as a BDSM romance author is not mirrored in her relationships. Maybe what she wants is what she writes. And maybe Madame Eve can give her a night to find out if that’s true with the Domme of her dreams. Author Mariana Martin, aka Mistress K, has received a 1Night Stand as a gift from her agent, but she fears a convention might not be the best place to play. She keeps her life as a Domme separate from her public career. What if her secret is exposed? But she can’t say...

Excerpt from The Whispering House

This excerpt is from The Whispering House, my newest book. It’s a science fiction, paranormal erotic romance set in modern times. I hope to have a cover for it soon, but it won’t release for a couple more months. This is the first in a series–because that’s what my muse told me. (Thanks, muse. LOL) I hope you enjoy it. This series will be published under Kit Wylde ~ ~ ~ The house was quiet when she returned. Nothing out of place. No windows or doors stood open. She could almost believe last night had never happened. The doorbell rang, sending her pulse racing faster than a greyhound. Could it be Michael? She drew in a deep breath and walked briskly to the door, almost throwing it open. Disappointment filled her at the sight of a chest clad in tan and sporting a sheriff’s badge instead of soft flannel and leather. She had to tip her head back to see his face. The somber expression on the handsome face gave nothing away. “Miss Radcliffe? I’m Officer Rodney Tyler.” Intense brown eyes studied her. Eleanor shook his hand. Memories of her fear from the day before came rushing back. “May I come in?” “Uh, sure.” She stepped back to give him room to enter. Cold air wrapped its arms around her. A shiver shimmied down her back, and she quickly shut the door. The fog’s embrace had lost its allure. He scanned the sparsely furnished living room, stopping on her dinosaur of a television. He didn’t even raise an eyebrow. “You reported a break in? Was anything taken?” “No. I…”...

March Round Robin–Research

This month’s Round Robin topic is about research. All story genres take some research for establishing details in the setting. What type of research have you had to do? Does it bother you when you read something happening in a story that is inaccurate historically, socially, scientifically, etc.? Ah… research… Such a lovely word… such a lovely thing… such a… time suck. LOL Most of my writer friends will agree with that statement. I don’t know one author who doesn’t love research. Nor do I know one author who hasn’t complained of being sucked into the fascinating world of whatever they are researching. By the time you surface, thirty minutes has turned into four hours and all of your plans to write have disappeared with those hours. You can console yourself with the fact that you know more than you ever needed to know about say… basket weaving in Roman times which led to how they used mold from bread as a primitive form of penicillin which led to the herbs they used for various illnesses which led to forms of corporeal punishment and some really disgusting drawings that you couldn’t drag your gaze away from even as your stomach turned which led to… Go ahead, authors, tell me this hasn’t happened to you, too. I dare you. (grin) So, yeah, research for settings, absolutely. Sometimes, it’s just a matter of familiarizing myself with the types of shops in towns I’ve visited or the name of a local landmark that I just can’t remember. Others, it’s much more in depth. My most recent work, The Whispering House, is set in...
Guest Author ML Rosado

Guest Author ML Rosado

Please help me welcome ML Rosado, a romantic suspense author. This is her debut book and it’s the start of a trilogy titled Operation Exodus. You can find the first in the series, Operation Interrupted, at the following distributors: Amazon, iTunes, All Romance eBooks, Kobo, Freya’s Bower, and Barnes & Noble. ~ ~ ~ Blurb Tatiana Ortiz takes her vacations seriously. Although a blind spin of the globe in her office chooses the next location of her summer escape, she leaves nothing else to chance. “Operation Exodus” require months of planning and research, providing a convenient distraction from the tragic loss of her mother, and her nonexistent love life. While planning her next adventure in Italy, the operation gets interrupted by Donato Gesatti. Intense and secretive, Donato is completely smitten by the hot Latina he meets one night when his brothers drag him away from work to unwind at a Miami nightclub. An ambitious and talented restaurant owner who has Miami critics raging and fans hungry for more, Donato feels the hard times he experienced growing up in Italy are behind him. But when his past catches up to him, he has to face a secret that can ruin everything he has worked so hard for, including his relationship with Tatiana. Despite the obstacles between them, an undeniable attraction takes a life of its own. As they explore passion and love, Tatiana finally lets herself experience what she did not know was missing from her life. But when the fairytale affair is interrupted by reality, can they come to terms with Donato’s past? Operation Interrupted will take you on...
Guest Author Terri Talley Venters

Guest Author Terri Talley Venters

Today, I have a guest author, Terri Talley Venters. Please help me welcome this very talented, Wild Child Publishing/Freya’s Bower author of Carbon Copy, Tin Roof, Silver Lining, Body Of Gold, Copper Cauldron, Cobalt Cauldron, Luke’s Lithium, Sulfur Springs—The Fountain of Youth & Europium Gem Mine. ~ ~ ~ Carbon Copy is the first book in the Carbon Copy trilogy. Tin Roof is the sequel. Silver Lining, the epic conclusion, releases March 5, 2015 Carbon Copy by Terri Talley Venters Lilly Allen has brains, beauty, and a trust fund. She’s living in New York City and her career as a reporter is taking off. She’s hoping the love of her life, Grier, will propose soon. She has it all, or so she thinks. Grier Garrison, Create Life executive, is running the company while his father, Dr. Michael Garrison, is in the ICU awaiting a heart transplant. Grier knows the truth about Create Life and its shady side business. He fears Lilly and her twin brother, Luke, are in danger. While working on two unrelated stories, stolen newborns and cloning, Lilly discovers a shocking connection. Horrific things are happening, but who is behind it all? ********************************************************************** Tin Roof by Terri Talley Venters SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT READ THE FOLLOWING BOOK BLURB UNTIL YOU’VE READ CARBON COPY! In the sequel to Carbon Copy, Lilly Allen returns to her hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, to be closer to her mother, help with her injured brother, and heal from the disappearance of her fiancé Grier Garrison. While she awaits Grier’s return, she busies herself with her mansion renovations, her best friend’s wedding, and her job as...