Thursday, May 31, 2012

Cover Reveal: Mystically Bound by Stacey Kennedy


COMING FALL 2012

Tess Jennings' life is in chaos. Not only has her ghost lover, Kipp McGowen, crossed into the Netherworld, but she’s the newest member of a secret society. And they want her to start work immediately. Upon arriving at the Temple in New Orleans, she is presented with an offer she cannot refuse. 
The Grand Master has been murdered and Tess must solve the crime by locating his ghost. The reward—a magical spell to save Kipp. But as Tess dives deeper into the case, the more danger surrounds her. Not everyone wants the murder solved, and she is caught in the crossfire.
Soon, Tess finds herself knee-deep in ancient magical rituals, a hunt for a spell, a race to locate a killer, and a journey to the beyond. Will Kipp finally take a living breath, or will Tess take her last?
~*~
Stacey Kennedy’s novels are lighthearted fantasy with heart-squeezing, thigh-clenching romance, and they even give you a good chuckle every now and again. But within the stories you’ll also find fast-paced action, life-threatening moments and a big bad villain who needs to be destroyed. Her urban fantasy/paranormal and erotic romance series have hit Amazon Kindle and All Romance eBooks bestseller lists.

Stacey welcomes comments from readers. You can find her at www.staceykennedy.com.

Acrobat by Mary Calmes

Title: Acrobat
Author: Mary Calmes
My Rating: A+


Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: -
Main Characters: Dreo and Nate
Release Date: May 2012
ISBN: 978-1613725009
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Links to Purchase:
Amazon  
Sexual Intensity: hot

I received a copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley in return for an honest review.



Story Overview:
Forty-five-year-old English professor Nathan Qells is very good at making people feel important. What he’s not very good at is sticking around afterward. He’s a nice guy; he just doesn’t feel things the way other people do. So even after all the time he’s spent taking care of Michael, the kid across the hall, he doesn’t realize that Michael’s mob muscle uncle and guardian, Andreo Fiore, has slowly been falling in love with him.

Dreo has bigger problems than getting Nate to see him as a potential partner. He’s raising his nephew, trying to leave his unsavory job, and starting his own business, a process made infinitely more difficult when a series of hits takes out some key underworld players. Still, Dreo is determined to build a life he can be proud of—a life with Nate as a cornerstone. A life that is starting to look like exactly what Nate has been looking for. Unfortunately for Dreo—and for Nate—the last hits were just part of a major reorganization, and Dreo’s obvious love for Nate has made him a target too.


My Review:

Wow, what a really powerful and amazing love story. I love the way this book is set up. Because I really didn't pay that close of attention to the story description, I thought the story was going a whole other way and happy about it. BUT the passion that Mary Calmes writes into her characters is so real and so true, once things started changing, I was excited about it.

There was so much about this book that I simply loved:
*Melissa- Nate's ex-wife. He slept with a woman once...and yep, got her pregnant. They were teens, he was gay, but they stayed married for 10 years and remain best friends 30 years after the fact. I love how close they are and how she keeps pushing him to find a man that he can fall in love with, because she knows he's never truly been in love in a truly passionate way.

*Ben- Melissa's husband, who is close to Nate too despite the history there with his now wife. The camaraderie there is awesome...and actually this is true of all of Nate's friends. He's someone that's smart and fun to be around and his friends recognize that. Everyone, both men and women, are drawn to him because he's a genuine person.

*Michael- the 16 yo that lives across the hall with his uncle Dreo. He's come to rely on Nate as a parental figure and I really love their relationship. It's filled with mutual respect and love. I enjoyed their scenes together in this book as much as anything.

*Nate- I loved his character. I loved the fact that he doesn't see his own appeal. He genuinely cares about people and that comes across in everything that he does from teaching his classes to hanging out with friends.

*Dreo- OMG, best character ever and I NEVER thought I would say that about a guy who works as a mobster's bodyguard. Michael came to him 4 years ago when Dreo's sister died. He took the job so he could provide a good home for Michael. That home brought him to living across the hall from Nate. He's NEVER let on, not even a hint, that he's interested in Nate or that he's even gay. But when he decides to let go of his emotions and to become involved....OMG, this guy is so incredibly sexy in his passion and need and love for Nate. So sexy. There's a vulnerable side to him too because he lays it all out there. Such a gorgeous aspect to this story.

I really adored this book. The witty dialogue was fun to read and kept me laughing out loud throughout the entire book. Dreo is this quiet, huge guy, but he has so much emotion within him, it takes the emotional level of this book through the roof. There was even a bit of suspense that added to the drama of it all and I do love a bit of suspense added to my romance novels. The entire book was just incredibly well-written and I am so glad that I got to read it.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Possession by Melissa Schroeder

Title: Possession
Author: Melissa Schroeder
My Rating: A-


Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: A Little Harmless Military Romance #2
Main Characters: Deke and Sam
Release Date: May 2012
ISBN: ebook
Publisher: Melissa Schroeder
Links to Purchase:
Amazon  
Sexual Intensity: hot

I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.


Story Overview:
Loving a military man isn't always easy and sometimes living with him is impossible.

Possession: A Little Harmless Military Romance Book 2

Deke Berg has been in love with Samantha for ten years. From the moment they met, they could never keep their hands off each other. Their marriage was volatile and short-lived, and they were both much too young. Now, though, Deke knows what he wants in life, and Samantha is at the center of his plans. Unfortunately, Samantha is wary of the marriage-espcially to a man who broke her heart.

Sam has always loved Deke. Being a former military brat, she thought she'd been prepared for life as a military spouse. But the long separations were hard, especially dealing with the stranger who returned home. When she asked him to choose, he left and she tried to move on. She doesn't know if she can handle that pain again, but after spending a night together in Hawaii, it's impossible for her to ignore him.
Old prejudices and painful memories aren't easy to overcome, but there is one thing Deke understand: Samantha is his woman, and he will do anything to prove his love and win her back.

Warning, this book contains: Another hard headed military man, a few embarrassing moments, nosey brothers, and two people too stupid to realize they are perfect for each other. It's Harmless and military, so for your own safety make sure there is ice water nearby. The author assumes no responsibility for overheating the reader.


My Review:

Aw, I really liked both of these characters. There's no denial here. They know they love each other. All their friends know they love each other. You, as the reader, know they love each other. What's in doubt is whether they can live Happily Ever After together. They tried it once and it failed spectacularly and the divorce broke both their hearts. As a result, I found this story to be incredibly sweet and sexy. They have chemisty. They have love. Now all they need is to find the faith in each other and in themselves to make it work.


Deke is a SEAL and last year he went out on a mission which went horribly wrong. As a result, he's had to face that his life in the SEAL's isn't really what he wants to be his number 1 priority. I liked how much he seems to have matured because of that mission. For me, that was a lot of why this book worked for me. He had a wake-up call and realized that Sam was his everything.


Sam has learned to live without Deke, but that doesn't mean she's happy about it. She's a strong woman, but grew up with a really awful example of a military marriage with her parents. I like how feisty she is although she's not afraid to show her emotions. And poor Deke...every time she does, he goes for a tailspin. 


There were some incredibly sweet moments in this book and it was a highly entertaining read. I loved the addition of both their brothers to the story...Jonah and Mitchell. They definitely added some comic relief and fun to the story. Another great addition to this fabulously fun series.

Lethal Rider by Larissa Ione

Title:  Lethal Rider
Author: Larissa Ione
My Rating: A-


Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Lords of Deliverance #3
Main Characters: Thanatos and Regan
Release Date: May 2012
ISBN: 978-0446574501
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Links to Purchase:
Sexual Intensity: hot

I received a copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley in return for an honest review.


Story Overview:
They're here.

They ride.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Born of a match between good and evil, four siblings stand between hell's minions and everything they want to destroy. They are the Lords of Deliverance, and they have the power to ward off Doomsday . . . or let it ride . . . 

LETHAL RIDER

Thanatos, the most deadly Horseman of the Apocalypse, has endured thousands of years of celibacy to prevent the end of days. But just one night with the wickedly sexy Aegis Guardian, ReganCooper, shatters centuries of resolve. Yet their passion comes with a price. And Thanatos must face a truth more terrifying than an apocalypse-he's about to become a father.

Demon-slayer Regan Cooper never imagined herself the maternal type, but with the fate of the world hanging in the balance she had no choice but to seduce Thanatos and bear his child. Now, as the final battle draws closer and his rage at being betrayed is overshadowed by an undeniable passion for the mother of his child, Thanatos has a life-shattering realization: To save the world, he must sacrifice the only thing he's ever wanted-a family.


My Review:


This is another one of those books...taken by itself and ranked against just everything else that I read, it absolutely is an A or A+, but taken against all the other books in this series, it wasn't my favorite. That probably can be blamed on the fact the heroine was 8 1/2 months pregnant throughout the entire book so the normal chemistry and heat between the hero and heroine wasn't there. Don't get me wrong, there's definitely HEAT, but it's different in this book.


I just love this series. The creativity. The writing. The characters. It's all so well-done!!! This love story is the Third Horseman's, Thanatos, or Death. In the last novel, we saw him get basically raped by Regan, although there were extenuating circumstances. Since then, he's basically been kept in stasis and has no idea that she's pregnant with his baby...who has a monumental role in the Apocalypse. Because the baby is pivotal, everyone is after it. As for Regan, she has resolved to giving the baby away, knowing that will keep him safest. She knows that once Than is free, he is going to be livid and out for her blood and she accepts that she deserves that. She truly had feelings for Than and feels horribly guilty about what happened, although she wasn't in control of all her faculties during the event either.


There were certain aspects of this book that I loved...Regan's OCD and how she teaches Than some of her coping mechanisms. I loved his connection to the baby and how the baby protected her. The whole vampire thing was a HUGE surprise...I did not see that coming. The details about Than's tattoos and the way that all ended...really well-done!


As with all these books, there is a LOT happening here. The Apocalypse is right on the verge and the world is most definitely going to hell in the literal sense, so there is lots of scrambling going on. We get to see almost all the characters from both the Horsemen books and the Daemonica books, which was awesome...even though most of them are getting beaten into the ground at the time....not so good. It was still fun to see glimpses of them all.


I am so excited about Reseph's and Reaver's books coming up. Both their stories took some unexpected twists, although you knew something HUGE had to happen and I just can't wait to see where Larissa takes us next! Wherever she goes, I know I can count it's going to be a wild and extremely entertaining read!

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Summer Days by Susan Mallery

Title: Summer Days
Author: Susan Mallery
My Rating: B


Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Fool's Gold #7
Main Characters: Rafe and Heidi
Release Date: May 2012
ISBN: 9780373776832
Publisher: Harlequin
Links to Purchase:
Amazon  
Sexual Intensity: hot

I received a copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley in return for an honest review.


Story Overview:
Locked in an unexpected land dispute, Rafe Stryker is trapped in the one place he vowed never to return to – the Castle Ranch in Fool’s Gold, California. He made millions facing ruthless adversaries in the boardroom, but nothing could’ve prepared him to go head-to-head against stubborn, beautiful Heidi Simpson. No one is more surprised than Rafe to discover that he’s finding Heidi – and life as a cowboy – much more compelling than he wants to admit. For Heidi, the Castle Ranch is the home she’s always wanted. After a life on the road, the vivacious blonde has finally put down roots. She won’t give that up without a fight, not even for a man whose late-night kisses make her yearn to be a little less…wholesome. As the two turn from passionate adversaries to passionate, period, they’ll discover that summer love can last a lifetime.

My Review:

Another good Fool's Gold novel, although I have to admit I find the whole premise of this novel a little shaky. Heidi moved to Fool's Gold a year ago to raise goats on a 1000 acre ranch. Her grandfather was trying to help a friend get cancer treatments so he "sold" Heidi's ranch to Rafe's mom, May, for $250,000. The problem...the ranch isn't his to sell and Heidi doesn't want to give it up. She also doesn't want her grandfather to go to jail. Rafe is furious on behalf of his mother, but when they go to court over it, the judge decides to give them several months to see if they can come to an agreement. They quickly all end up living together and working to co-exist on this large farm with it's six bedroom house.

Like I said, the whole basis of the story is pretty far-fetched, but that was really the only issue I had with this book. Otherwise, it was really fun and engaging. I loved Heidi and Rafe and how he settled into the farm, although he had no intention of living there at all. May, Rafe's mom, kept me giggling every time another animal showed up. I loved this woman and her zest for life and how she's embracing her new life back in Fool's Gold. Rafe has always been serious about one thing...winning and coming out on top. When he's facing this battle with Heidi, it's hard for him to change his thought process. Heidi's just doing everything she can to protect her home (the only one she's ever had) and her grandfather (the only family that she has.) Everyone agrees that he screwed up and they are all, except Rafe, trying to work towards a amenable solution. It makes for an interesting novel.

There were lots of little quirks about this story and small town that kept the book fun and engaging. The three girls and their times together commiserating their lack of love lives were fabulous... Annabelle, Charlie, and Heidi. I also really loved Rafe's friend and partner, Dante...really hoping to see more of him in future books. He was delicious with a great sense of humor. And of course, in this series, the town is almost it's own character...so fun and full of charm. Lots of fun things moving there with this small town and it's many festivals.

Promo Post: Beg For It by Stacey Kennedy


Beg For It
Pact of Seduction Book Two
BDSM Erotic Romance
Publisher: Loose Id
Length: Novella
Release date: May 29, 2012
The Pact of Seduction has one rule—fulfill your ultimate fantasy. Bella’s problem, she can’t live up to her vow. But her failure spins events that lead her into unknown territory. Kole, a Dom at the sex club Castle Dolce Vita, wasn’t part of her fantasy, but he’s about to show her he should have been.
Kole is more than willing to introduce Bella to BDSM since he’s held an interest in her for some time. But the feisty woman isn’t easily tamed and her strong personality proves to be difficult. While she might be determined to keep him at a distance, Kole has other ideas. He won’t allow her to shut him out.
A pact between best friends brought them together, emotional barriers tear them apart. Kole skillfully reminds Bella through pleasure and punishment that she is now his submissive, and her place is under his command.
Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM theme and elements, including spanking.
Teaser:
Copyright © STACEY KENNEDY, 2012
All Rights Reserved, Loose Id
Only one thing would save Bella now—a stiff drink. Reed and Kole’s parties were always fun, and it was nice to see new friends she’d made over the past month. But her mood was right in the toilet. It’d been that way all day and had only gotten worse since she joined the party. She shouldn’t have come.
She cursed on a low breath. How in the hell was she going to get out of her current predicament? Originally, it’d been she who offered the idea of the pact of seduction, and she couldn’t even commit. Pathetic.
Marley’s giggle drew her attention, and Reed had pulled her onto his lap, nibbling at her neck. As horrible as it was, jealously surged. Maybe she had hoped that her fantasy would fill that empty void in her soul. Sure, it was meant as something sexually fun, but Bella craved something…
A part of her remained unfulfilled, even if she didn’t understand exactly what was missing. All she knew, her life at this moment was boring with a side of totally sucks.
She glanced over at Kyra, who laughed with Sadie, and nudged her arm. “I’ll be back. I need some air.”
“Sure.” Kyra’s green eyes were a little glassy. The wine clearly had gotten to her. “Want some company?”
“Nah.” She plastered on a fake smile. “I won’t be long.”
Kyra gave a nod, then turned her attention back at Sadie as the two chuckled about something Sadie had said. If only Bella had something to laugh about. She rose from the couch and made her way through the crowd.
As she passed, she noticed a man sitting on the ottoman and a woman knelt at his feet with her arms over his legs. The position appeared casual enough, but it also looked…different. As if the woman enjoyed being at his feet. Another spurt of jealously soared, and she gave her head a good hard shake. She was apparently envious of everyone who had a relationship. And since when had she been jealous of a BDSM relationship?
What’s gotten into you?
She made her way through the living room and stepped out onto the balcony. The cool air brushed against her skin, and she shivered. Winter still hung on in Baltimore, but what a strange winter it’d been—snow one day, mild the next. Tonight was brisk, but that only seemed to help cool off the annoyance burning her blood.
With her glass in her hands, she leaned on the railing and glanced over the city. Reed and Kole’s condo had an amazing view and the lights twinkled below.
She sipped at her drink and pondered her situation. How could she plan another fantasy when the only one she wanted she had yet to fully accept herself? And why was she acting like a bitter idiot?
After a long gulp that had her cringing from the aftertaste, a deep voice interrupted her useless thoughts. “I heard last night didn’t go well.”
She lowered the glass, licked the moisture on her lips, and looked next to her to find Kole. Like always in his presence, butterflies fluttered in her stomach, but she squashed them and kept her voice controlled. “That’s putting it lightly.”
His blond stylish hair framed a face worth a second look, and his dark blue eyes shone with a power that made her melt. He leaned against the railing beside her, cocked his head, and she felt the weight of his stare right down to her toes. “Tell me about it.”
She sipped her drink, mortified to her bones that she had to admit this to Kole. “It wasn’t Raven’s fault. I”—she drew in a deep breath and said quickly—“I always thought my fantasy was to be with a woman, but clearly it’s not.”
“Ah, I see.” He took a gulp of his beer before he lowered it. “You didn’t get off, I’m assuming?”
She snorted. “If laughing in her face means that I didn’t get off, then yes, I didn’t get off.”
He chuckled, the sound so seductive Bella quivered. In response to that odd reaction, she examined him and couldn’t stop from admiring the view.
He was dressed in a pair of dark jeans that no doubt hugged his fine ass, and a black T-shirt that was snug around the muscles beneath. Good God. She licked her lips for reasons that had nothing to do with her drink.
“You didn’t follow through with your part of the pact, then?”
Her gaze lifted to his face. The glint in his eyes declared he’d been quite aware of her admiring him. Hell, she’d lusted after him since the day they met. A strong sexual attraction existed between them that she hadn’t experienced before with any man, especially a Dom.
She blinked and focused away from the warmth that formed between her thighs. “That’s right. I bailed on the pact.”
His gaze became penetrating as his tone dipped lower. “Why don’t you arrange another night with someone else for your fantasy?”
“Because”—her muscles stiffened, and after a long sigh, she grimaced—“I have no idea what that fantasy is now.”
“Such a problem for a woman to have,” he mused.
She gulped at the way his voice seemed to carry into her soul; then she lowered her head to avoid eye contact with him. He raised his bottle to his mouth, and his arm brushed against hers. Tingles zinged through her, and she squeezed her thighs together to ease the throb of her clit.
How did he make her body do that? Every time he was near, she all but sizzled, and when he touched her, everything was amplified.
“I see that you need help, then, in finding what you’re looking for.”
It hadn’t sounded like a question, which she was glad for since her tight throat made it impossible to answer. He slid his finger along her arm, slowly and with clear intent to unravel her.
She bit her bottom lip. “W-what does that mean?”
He tucked his finger under her chin and lifted her head. “I think we both know what I mean.” Those eyes of his burned with the lust that he had obviously contained. “You enjoy my attention, and I’d enjoy you under my command.”
Then he pressed a finger on the back of her hand and danced his touch up her arm. His gaze followed his caresses every step of the way. And damn him if she didn’t close her eyes and shudder.
A scrape of his nail along her skin drew her eyes open, and he grinned with sin. “Look how beautifully you react to me.” He finally reached her shoulder, and she trembled under the softness of his touch that seemed to contradict that power oozing from him. He tucked his fingers back under her chin, drew her head up, and stared intently into her eyes.
Searching for what, she had no idea.
His hold tensed, a shift in his gaze appeared that made her stomach flip-flop, and her panties were now soaked. He leaned in, pressed his lips against hers, and the world froze. His luscious and damn well perfect mouth molded with hers as his silky tongue swept her away. When had anyone ever kissed her like this?
Oh, right—never.
He kissed her thoroughly, leaving no part of her mouth untouched; then he backed away but kept hold of her chin. “It’s time to stop ignoring what your body needs and accept that you want to be dominated.”
Hell, how right was he? Maybe BDSM wasn’t her fantasy when she made the pact of seduction with her friends, but after hearing about it from Marley, her interest had grown. She lifted a lazy shoulder to appear nonchalant. “I suppose if I set up a scene with you, that would be a solution to my problem.”
“Not good enough.” His gaze hardened. “Do you want me to take you into a scene, Bella?”
At his pause, she realized she needed to give a better answer, and she nodded. “I do.”
He examined her for a long moment before he finally said, “Now what are your interests in BDSM?”
She melted at the way he stared at her now. So intense. So wicked. Was this a hint of what he’d look like in a scene? Her body flushed, yet she held her focus and lifted her chin. She had always prided herself on staying strong around powerful men.
Her job as a stockbroker in Baltimore’s top lending investment firm meant she swam with the sharks. Most of her coworkers were authoritative men. If she’d showed weakness, she wouldn’t be where she was today, and she’d worked hard for her position.
“I’m interested in”—her throat went dry. All these fantasies she hadn’t admitted to anyone. Was she really going through with this? Her soaking panties declared it so—“ropes, sex toys, floggers, to be controlled, pleasure, and pain.” She raised her glass to her mouth and tried to ignore the way her hands shook.
Before the rim could reach her lips, Kole snatched the glass from her hands and set it on the ground next to him. “If we’re discussing this and you are serious, you will stop drinking.”
A flare of irritation rose up that he’d be so bold to take her drink right out of her hands, yet Marley had said that Castle Dolce Vita Doms never allowed submissives to drink alcohol in a scene to ensure they were clearheaded. And since they were discussing what would happen between them, she let it go. “Okay.”
He gave a short nod. “Now I want to make sure you’re well aware of what will happen and what I expect of you.” His gaze searched hers, seemingly looking right through her. “And I need to be sure that I’m the correct Dom for you.”
“I don’t want anyone else,” she blurted out before she could stop herself.
His eyebrows rose. “I don’t mind your answer, Bella.” A small grin turned up the corners of his mouth. “But do tell—have you put more thought into this than you’re letting on?”
Her cheeks had never burned so hot, but she wouldn’t be that woman who’d stumble around a man. She stuffed her nervousness away, clasped her hands, and demanded her voice to be strong. “Maybe once or twice.”
She’d been aware of the mutual attraction between them, so two could play his game. “Are you trying to deny you haven’t thought about it too?”
He winked. “Maybe once or twice.”
A flutter whipped around inside her, her palms grew clammy, and she squeezed her fingers. Why did he make her act so…knocked off her axis?
“One thing that needs to be discussed is my expectations.” He glanced at her hands for a moment as if he took in her reaction before he looked back into her eyes. “From what I know of you as you are now, you’d struggle to meet them. And I want to make that clear so you know what you’re getting yourself into.”
“What’s that supposed to mean?” she snapped. “Why would I struggle to meet your demands?”
He gave his head a slow shake. “I’m not saying it to insult you, but to give you a stern warning. I don’t play lightly.”
“Well, I…” Her entire face burned hot as if she had a high-grade fever. Marley had told her all about Kole. How he enjoyed pain play. How strict he was in how a submissive behaved. And all it’d done was increase the throb between her thighs. Solidified the fantasy. “I think I might like that.”
He gave a delicious smile. “I have no doubt you would.”
And then his lips were back on hers as he swept her away in another leg-wobbling kiss before those plush lips tore away from hers.
“You’ll arrive at the castle next Friday at seven o’clock. I’ll have a room reserved.” He dropped his head, his eyes in the direct line of hers. “When you arrive, remove your clothes, kneel in the center of the room, and wait for me. Clear?”
Heat spread across her body at the images playing in her head. Nude? Kneeling? Oh God! She quivered in anticipation.
At his expectant expression, she nodded instead of offering him a breathy response.
“Good.” He took her mouth again playfully, nibbled on the corners of her lips, and flicked her lips with his tongue. And when he had her body ramped up to a fever pitch, he backed away to trail his thumb over her lips. “Can you be honest and open with me?”
Drool, honest-to-God drool, formed in her mouth. Everyday Kole was sexy. Dom Kole was to die for. The sheer power that exuded from him, intensity in his features, it all captivated her. He’d asked her to be honest with him—how hard could that be? “I can do that.”
He nodded in approval, skimmed her mouth again with his thumb, while his gaze stayed focused there. The smile he gave, the possessiveness held in the depths of his eyes, liquefied her insides.
Something sparked through his touch, only increasing with his kiss, and even more so by the way he looked at her now. One of those duh moments. Had what she wanted—desired—been standing right in front of her this entire time?
In less than a week, she’d have the answer.
~*~
Stacey Kennedy’s erotic romance novels are just that…erotic. There is nothing better than taking the dominant men she loves and watching them do wicked things to their women. But she just can’t write without a little humor added into the mix so that’s always a must have in her stories. And of course what’s a story without a big dose of emotional characters, too. Her urban fantasy/paranormal and erotic romance series have hit Amazon Kindle and All Romance eBooks bestseller lists.

Stacey welcomes comments from readers. You can find her at www.staceykennedy.com.