I’ve tried magic to get to Hawaii…by twitching my nose a la Bewitched style. Didn’t work.
I tried clicking my heels three times and repeating…”there’s no place like the tropics…there’s no place like the tropics….” Didn’t work.
What did work was to write a novel and send my characters to the islands.
Now you can lose yourself in the book and escape to Paradise, inhale the saltiness and freshness of ocean’s breeze, hear the palm trees swaying in the warm breeze, bask on a white sand beach, witness spectacular sunsets, and enjoy sinfully exquisite cocktails and culinary fare, and all it takes is a click to your favorite online book retailer and 99 cents.
“Fantastic! I loved every minute of this novel! It is full of seduction, romance and lots of family dramas. I thought all the characters were well written, with great personalities.” The Romance Studio
“The writing is excellent, and the pace is perfect. Ms. Robins has done a wonderful job of creating a book that will engage you from start to finish, with a hero and heroine that you can’t help but cheer for.” Fern – Long and ShortReviews
“There are more twists and turns in What a Girl Wants to keep the reader on their toes. The emotions between Alex and Maddie are poetically conveyed while providing the extra spice to make it beautifully erotic.” Delane – Coffee Time Romances & More
“I had such a good time reading this. Let me just say that this is one I plan on reading many more times. Not only is it smokin’ hot, but so funny in spots, I thought I was going to wet myself.” Seriously Reviewed.
Please welcome the multi-talented, award winning novelist, Denise Agnewto my blog.
FOR A ROMAN’S HEARTis now out in paperback and Denise is here to share the story behind the story. I had the honor of critiquing FOR A ROMAN’S HEARTand loved it. I’m looking forward to reading it again now that it’s out in paperback. It’s a wonderful read which I highly recommend, with all the elements that makes a Denise Agnew book stand out: suspenseful, sensual, romantic and adventurous.
Denise, thank you for stopping by my blog to talk about your latest paperback release.
When I wrote For A Roman’s Heart a few years back, I knew it wasn’t the soup du jour in romance to write about anything Roman.
Yes, Rome was on HBO, and quite a few people raved about that program, including me. Still, it isn’t a time period many romance readers are fond of reading.
So why did I write it? Because I’ve always wanted to write about Romans. Especially Roman Britain. I wanted to show a heroine who has been through hell and back, who is strong but vulnerable. I wanted to create a hero who is also tough, but discovers a woman who changes aspects of his war-hardened soul and brings him fully to life. I also wanted them to encounter a formidable enemy.
Please join me in welcoming, award-winning, bestselling novelist, Tina Donahue, as she shares her thoughts on writing, introduces us to her two new releases, and holding a contest on this blog (details of contest below).
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Welcome, Beverlyand thank you for sharing some Magical Sex with us and hosting a contest for one lucky blog commentator to win a book (contest details below).
Selena: Magical Sex is an intriguing title, how did you come up with it?
Beverly: Funny you should ask. One night my hubby and I were watching television and someone on the show mentioned how “last night’s sex was simply magical”. I started thinking how some people say “our sex is magical”. What if it really was? Then, as usual, my thoughts went wild and my new Magical Sisters trilogy was born.
Selena: Any interesting tidbits you’d like to share when researching your book?
Beverly: I write paranormals which means I don’t really do much “research” like, say, historical writers do. I do have a lot of fun learning about different supernatural events and creatures. However, I believe a writer doesn’t have to follow the accepted rules of the supernatural. For instance, in Magical Sex, my succubus heroine isn’t an evil female demon out to suck men dry. Instead, she’s a very likable young woman who has a rather unique problem to overcome. Continue reading →