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New Release Book Spotlight: Three if by Sea: MMF Bisexual Romance by Nicole Stewart

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LGBT Romance, MMF Romance, Menage, Bisexual Romance, Erotic Romance

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Release Date: 4/11/18


Amelia has been with David forever, or at least it seems like forever. While their relationship was great for the first few years, everything is beginning to crumble. When things finally blow up, she’s totally crushed.

Now she has a job opportunity in Scotland, just the journey she needs to get away from the Midwestern US and lick her wounds. Little does she know, she’s about to meet not one, but two gorgeous European guys who know just how to get David out of her mind. But first, she’s going to need to untangle one hell of a lot of drama between these fascinating men.


Adam is a man of few words, a dark past, and endless emotional depth, not to mention a body to die for. After setting down his roots in small-town Scotland, he’s content to work at his small pub and try to forget the past.

He’s been perfectly happy keeping it simple, but when Amelia enters his pub one fateful night, he knows in his bones that things are about to change for good.


After leaving his hometown where he attended school with Adam, Callum moved to Edinburgh for college. But the siren song of his friend Adam continues to gnaw at him, reminding him of what could have been despite their drama. When he comes back to visit, he gets a double dose of hotness: Adam is still there in all of his sensitive, muscular brooding, but now there’s a new woman in town and she’s impossible to ignore with her gorgeous face and beautiful mind.

These three people have played the game of love and paid dearly for it. Now they’re inextricably drawn together, but they’re playing with emotional fire. Will they be consumed by the flames or will they find just the healing they need to patch up their broken hearts?

Three if by Sea is a scorching hot Bisexual / Menage MMF standalone romance with VERY steamy scenes, a beautiful small European town, and a HEA ending with no cliffhangers!

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About the Author:

Nicole is a Midwestern girl with a wonderful family and an active (dirty) imagination for spicy M/M/F and M/M Romance who finally took the plunge into full time writing in 2014.

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Erotic Romance Book Spotlight: Bloom (The Order, 1) by Nikki Rae @NikkiRaeAuthor

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BDSM, Erotica, Erotic Romance

Bloom by Nikki Rae

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Release Date: 2/28/18

Given to The Grimm Order as an infant, Fawn was raised in a world shaped by the rich and powerful. When she was sold at the age of nine to a Suitor, Fawn believed he would protect her from the “Mainworld”, where those who know nothing about the Order live. Living with the cruel man who bought her freedom, she finds just what the Order is about: money, control, and status for the Owner and humiliation and abuse for those they own.
Unwilling to accept the expectations of being Owned, Fawn goes from golden girl to maid, content to live in the shadows of the Order as long as she isn’t Owned again.
It’s been ten years since she disgraced her former Owner’s name, and now the brooding Frenchman Elliot Lyon wants her. Master Lyon is kind, smart, and unlike any man she’s met. She doesn’t want to admit it to herself, but Fawn is drawn to him despite constantly planning her next escape.
Even the prettiest flowers have thorns, and Master Lyon is hiding secrets that will uproot everything she thinks she knows about him.

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I didn’t allow myself dreams. They were unrealistic and unfair. Cruel. There was enough cruelty in my life; I didn’t need to inflict it upon myself. It was difficult at first, telling my brain to shut off so completely that even when I wasn’t in control of it I could rely on the images within to be shrouded in black. They say everyone dreams and they just don’t remember. I don’t think my mind is capable of conjuring up images—nightmares or pleasant dreams. Not anymore. Reality was a nightmare. Dreams didn’t come true. Once you knew that things couldn’t get any better and that things were and will be the scariest you could ever experience, the imagination simply died. So instead of dreaming, I planned.


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About the Author:

Nikki Rae

Nikki Rae is an independent author who lives in New Jersey. She explores human nature through fiction, concentrating on making the imaginary as real as possible. Her genres of choice are mainly dark, scary, romantic tales, but she’ll try anything once. When she is not writing, reading, or thinking, you can find her spending time with animals, drawing in a quiet corner, or studying people. Closely.

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Romance Book Spotlight and Author Interview: THORNE: Rose’s Dark Contract: (Book 1) by R.B. O’Brien @rbobrien120

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Erotic Romance, Suspense Romance, Erotica (bdsm)

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Show me the steep and thorny way to heaven…the primrose path—Shakespeare

William Thorne is a powerful man with dark needs and a troubled past who doesn’t have the time nor the desire for romantic relationships or notions.

Through meticulous planning and iron-clad contracts, Thorne has managed to maintain a modicum of balance, control, and happiness by employing personal assistants to aid him in all aspects of his professional and personal life.

Sex with no strings attached. Obedience without questions. An arrangement of mutual benefit. No mess. No love. No expectations. Nothing beyond a signed contract.

But when Thorne meets recent music grad, Victoria Rose, the shy and beautiful down-on-her-luck waitress, obsession replaces his carefully constructed thinking. He becomes so fixated on having her, without a full understanding of who she is, that he rushes her contract, making mistake after mistake before the ink even dries. His once neat and controlled existence becomes blurred and smudged.

Can the mistakes he makes be erased from Rose’s dark contract? Or will the damage leave an indelible mark that nobody could have seen coming?

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Suddenly, Victoria stopped playing and just stared back at the three of us. I could see her blush and felt the heaviness of her emotional energy. She had gone to another place in her mind and she forced her focus to come back to the present. Her breathing was slightly erratic. Her eyes, so filled with passion, intense fervor, I wanted to pick her up, carry her out of there, and fuck her brains out in the back of the Lincoln. I wanted to take her back to the house, tie her spread eagle and lick and suck and touch every inch of her body.

I tried to look away from her to respond to Mark, but I was glued. “Do whatever the fuck you want,” I hissed. “I’ve gotta run.” I slammed my glass down and stood.

She never removed her eyes from mine. “Are we leaving?” she called over to me as I waved goodbye in her direction, trying to remain casual, unaffected. I just kept walking. “William!” She stood and began to approach me. She caught up to me, and I couldn’t take my eyes off her. Her breasts pushed up and down with her breathing. She was nervous or excited. I couldn’t tell. It just made my cock harder. Her flushed face tilted to look up at me. Without even trying, she made me want her more.

I bent down to her ear. “Get in the fucking car, Victoria,” I said through gritted teeth.

Mark was on us like a fly to sticky paper. “Victoria,” he called. “Mr. Thorne is busy. I’ll take you home, don’t worry. But, first. The job is yours if you want it. You are incredibly talented, Victoria. This gig is beneath you, but I’d love to have you. I’m prepared to pay you double my initial offer.”

I began to walk. She had a choice to make, and I wasn’t about to tell her again to get in the car.

“Oh thank you, Mark,” she gushed. God, she needed a full-on spanking. “I would love the job. Thank you so much!”

Mark went in to give her a hug, and she stopped him. “But I’m exhausted. I think I’ll drive home with Ralph and Mr. Thorne? Long day…can I call you tomorrow?”

I turned to walk towards the car, calling over my shoulder. “See you later, Mark.”

“Um,” Mark stumbled. “Yeah. Bye, William.” He turned to Victoria and tried to whisper so I couldn’t hear. “Please stay, Victoria.”

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About the Author:

RB O Brien

R.B. O’Brien has always been drawn to the more taboo side of storytelling, even as a young adult, from hiding books from strict Catholic parents as a teen to getting lost in the erotic sections of bookstores for hours. She is best known for her erotic romance series, Thorne, Natalie’s Edge, and imogen and explores the darker, erotic nature of relationships, those riddled with the reality of insecurities and human folly, exposing the vulnerability, emotional turmoil, and occasional pain that can come from losing oneself in the heat of passion.

O’Brien holds a degree in English literature and teaches for a living in the Northeast, USA. She is a founding member of The Nu Romantics, which tries to elucidate the romantic found in all things, even pain and longing. She is a poet, a professor, a writer, a dancer, and a die-hard romantic, known for her poetry prompts on social media #writingromancelines, #sixwords, and #foundpoetry. O’Brien also has a profound affection for Shakespeare and beyond that writes. Every chance she gets.

Ruin My Lipstick is her first poetry collection.

“Poetry is what my soul bleeds when I’m not looking…”

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Author Interview:

How many books do you currently have published? I have three series published. Thorne has 3 installments of full-length books; Natalie’s Edge as well. Imogen has 8 installments, the first four sold separately or in a bundled set. The last four are in a boxed set as well. I have also just published my first poetry book of romantic and erotic poetry, among other themes.

What has been your favorite book to write so far? Why? I think Thorne: Rose’s Dark Secret, the second in the trilogy was my favorite. It is where the story really begins to reveal its inner workings and secrets. It’s strong on character development and relationships.

Are you currently working on a book? Will this be your next release? Yes. I am compiling the Thorne series into one boxed set, both ebook format and print. I am three-quarters through my New Adult Romance, which will be released this summer or 2018.

What do you enjoy most about writing? The freedom to be who I cannot be in real life. The release and creative outlet it affords me to explore my sensuality.

Do you ever get writer’s block? If so, how do you deal with it? I have not yet. (Knock on wood). I teach during the school year and write during my vacations. I get so deep into my characters’ journeys that I almost feel like I’m living within their worlds quite viscerally.

Have you ever had one of your characters to take a twist you weren’t expecting and surprise you? Yes. Twice! The second Thorne ends not at all how I sketched it. And The Natalie’s Edge series, Redemption, the last in the series had a twist I did not envision at all. But real life experiences have a funny way of sticking their big noses where they don’t belong.

Which of your characters is your personal favorite? Least favorite? Why? My personal favorite character is William Thorne. He has every reason to be the way he is. But at his core, he is good and kind and fights for the underdog, caring about fighting causes, in his case, the tobacco industry, that are worth fighting. He is not one-dimensional. He required me to do a bit of research, which I always enjoy. Michael is a close second. And the same holds true for him. He is an environmentalist who studied in one of the most prestigious colleges in the world for that. Some of the things I wrote are actually happening, which is pretty amazing. Plus, they both happen to appeal to my kink. ;)

So far, what has been your favorite scene to write? A fight scene. :) But I also enjoyed a very dark sex scene in Thorne, which serves as a turning point in the story.

What lessons have you learned since becoming a writer? Do you have any tips for new writers? I have learned that we must write for ourselves and develop an organic following, not one born out of reciprocation. I have also learned to decide how you want to be perceived and do everything in your power to make that happen. If you copy or try an insincere route, the facade quickly can fade. Finally, surround yourself with good friends and fellow writers, who share your vision and who are there for support. I am fortunate to have The Nu Romantics.

If you were to recommend your books to a stranger, which book would you advise them to start with? Why? It really depends on what they like. All deal with the dark, alpha male who must find self love before he can love. Imogen is my darkest tale, with a Stockholm Syndrome-esque idea, but with the kindest of my dominant males. Michael is witty. Thorne is brooding…so I would ask them what they like. My poetry is my baby, though. And I’m most proud of that as a writer.

Do you have any extras you’d like to share, like a teaser about an upcoming new release, a summary of a deleted scene, or a teaser about a surprising plot twist or character? I’d love to share a teaser from Ruin My Lipstick.

Now it’s time to get to know you! What are some of your favorite books to read? I read everything and anything…but if it doesn’t hold my attention within the first 50/100 pages, I’m done. Sadly, most erotica does that for me. I do love the classics. Find the erotic in most of them. I’m a fan of the Victorian-era romances, especially Wuthering Heights. In fact, many of my fans liken my characters to Heathcliff. I love poetry. Lang Leav and Rupi Kaur. Michael Faudet and E.E. Cummings for sure. I love Tim O’Brien’s work, Hawthorne, Fitzgerald, Poe, Hemingway and so many others. I’m also in love with Shakespeare.

What about television shows? Movies? Not so much.

Is there a book that you have read that you feel has made a big impact on your life? Why? I hate to say it. But Fifty Shades of Grey changed my life as it inspired me to finally publish my work. The other, early on, was The Scarlet Letter. I loved the dark mysticism, the romance, and the suspense. I still love that book. Hell, I love everything Hawthorne wrote.

Can readers find you at any live events, such as book signings or conventions? Not yet. I enjoy my anonymity.

If you had to sum up your life as a writer in ten words, what would you say? I write therefore I am. When I don’t, I drown.

Paranormal Romance Spotlight and Interview: Devastated: Book 1 (Slaughtered Souls) by London Michelle @londonmichelle0

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Paranormal Romance/Supernatural Erotica

devastated by london michelle

Release Date: 1/17/18

Forced to care for her grieving father, Annabelle Davis makes her first mistake. She gives up what little control she does have. She’s taken from her childhood home, her friends, and her horse, Miracle. Her only hope is for her long-time boyfriend to follow her to Miami.

The cruelty of her peers drives her to a darkness that she can’t escape. Meeting Marco, Annabelle begins to play with other possibilities. Exhausted from trying to be everything she should be, she makes a life altering decision that she can’t take back. With no control and no way out, her life hangs in the balance as she scrambles to set things right.

Giving in to her demons is looking better and better each day.

Devastated is a Supernatural Erotic story following a young woman torn between taking care of her widower father and being with the man she thinks she loves. Darkness and mystery surround Annabelle as she fights for control over her own soul! The power of good is stronger than evil, right?

DISCLAIMER: This book is meant for people 18 years and older. The characters in this story are purely from my imagination. Any names, businesses, or towns do not represent any real entity. This book contains content that is not for the easily offended. Some situations may be too intense for some. Foul language and descriptions within this book are intended as entertainment for mature adults.

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I try to change my face, opting for more of a dead-eye look, one that I see in most of the other patients on this floor. His stare is burning through me. He sees more than I want him too. I know now that his role in this hospital is much more than just the attending doctor for this floor.

“No need, I can take over for you.” He moves toward my bed.

“I’m finished. She’s all calm now.”

“No, this little busybody needs some time to think.”

His sneer, peeling off his normally soft disposition, his true sinister self peeks through behind his yellow eyes. I reach for Yolanda’s scrubs. She pulls away and shakes her head in a soft side to side motion. Her warning is heard loud and clear. She stands to face Him. She says nothing of his change, but I know she knows.

Yolanda stands at the door, her lips moving at a feverish pace with no sound. Dr. Antosh stands over me pointing for me to lay back. He pulls a set of restraints from his jacket pocket, attaching them to the link on the underside of my cot. He pulls the padded cuffs up around the sides of my bed, placing each of my wrists and ankles inside. Yolanda’s hands are clenched in fists at her side, her lips still moving. He pulls a small syringe from his pocket, flips it needle up and thumps it. He slides the waistband of my pants below my hip and injects the serum into me.  Her silence at the door, an ominous pretense, as He stands and walks toward the door. It shuts and locks.

Yolanda’s face is in the window. She mouthes the words be strong before she disappears from view.

There’s still enough light in my room from the high windows on the wall above me. With the entire floor on lock down, there’s no noise from the halls. I see the occasional random nurse’s face in my window. But, I’m left shackled to my bed with no human contact. My eyes are becoming heavy. My vision blurs.

I count the cinder blocks of the walls. I hum Mom’s lullaby. Anything to keep my consciousness, focusing on anything at all. I recount my last interaction with Marco. I wish I would’ve kissed him on the beach that day.  I feel the medicine setting in as the room grows darker. I try to think of the happy things as I lose the light. I think about Marco’s eyes. About his lips that night on the pier. The words he said to me, to kiss you is like seeing stars. I see him in an ethereal form, floating above me. The medicine is winning the fight.

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About the Author:

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London Michelle is a housewife and mother of four. She spends her days looking after her family. But after dark, with the curtains pulled and the lights down low, she writes stories that will ignite your fantasies and pull you into new worlds.

She currently has a series published and has several WIPs. She writes Erotica and some sub-genres in that category such as Taboo, BDSM, and Supernatural/Paranormal.

London also enjoys Live Write Events and connecting with fellow authors. She’s an avid reader and likes to give back to the Author Community by Beta-Reading for close friends.

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Author Interview:

Thanks for doing an interview! Could you tell our readers a little bit about your writing journey?

I’d love too. Well, I started just trying to pass the time, when my oldest children were infants. There was a lot of down time in the evenings. So, I wrote. Overtime, I began more confident in my abilities, letting family and friends read my stories. Fast-forward about 10 years and here we are!

How many books do you currently have published?

I have a total of 5 books published. Four of them are in my Wine Tasting Series: Sweet Summer Wine, Simply Bittersweet, Early Harvest, and Liquid Cashmere. It’s a fast-paced, fast read Erotica series. And now Devastated.

What has been your favorite book to write so far? Why?

Definitely Devastated. I have lived and breathed this story for nearly two years. I have a compulsive editing tick. :) So, while the story did not take that long to write, but my constant second guessing and editing did! hahahaha

Are you currently working on a book? Will this be your next release?

Devastated, Book 1 of the Slaughtered Souls Series releases on January 17th, 2018. My current works  in progress are The Journal of Emory Tate and Desolated, Book 2 of the Slaughtered Souls Series.

What do you enjoy most about writing?

The escape! Just the same as reading, I emerge myself in the world that I’m writing! I meet new people, travel to new places… It’s like a mini vacation in my mind!

Do you ever get writer’s block? If so, how do you deal with it?

I absolutely get writer’s block! That’s actually how my Wine Tasting Series was born. I was working on Devastated and got stuck. I put it down and opened a brand new document. After a couple weeks, I had Sweet Summer Wine, Book 1.

Have you ever had one of your characters to take a twist you weren’t expecting and surprise you?

That’s the fun part! In the beginning, I let my OCD run things. I was meticulous. I planned every step the characters would make. Let me tell you, this led to flat characters and a boring story line. So I quit. I don’t plan and I don’t outline. I let the characters tell me when they want to go.

Which of your characters is your personal favorite? Least favorite? Why?

My favorite is Violetta! She’s a purple-haired, French vixen. You’ll get to meet her in The Journal of Emory Tate. She’s sexy! She’s subtly powerful! And can take a man to his knees with a simple look!

Least favorite? Hmmm, I guess that would have to have been Amber, the stepmother, in the Wine Tasting Series… she took on the traits of someone I would never want to personally know.

So far, what has been your favorite scene to write?

Oooooooo… that’s a good one! Definitely the elevator scene in Devastated. I actually creeped myself out in that one.

What lessons have you learned since becoming a writer? Do you have any tips for new writers?

Do not expect your first book to be amazing! I wrote multiple stories before I ever began publishing and I still have a lot to learn. As for tips, find yourself another author (published or Indie) that you love. Read their work, follow them on social media. You’d be surprised at how many authors will take time out of their schedules to mentor you! I have one that mentors me!

If you were to recommend your books to a stranger, which book would you advise them to start with? Why?

Devastated, hands down! This is by far, my favorite story I’ve ever written.

Do you have any extras you’d like to share, like a teaser about an upcoming new release,  a summary of a deleted scene, or a teaser about a surprising plot twist or character?

How about a tiny blurb of The Journal of Emory Tate? It will belong to the Atrocious Enterprise series I have planned! Are you up for a little dominant delicious-ness? Emory Tate is arrogant, cocky, and dominant. He knows what he wants, and he’ll do what he needs to get it. His fetishes control him, landing him in the company of a Therapist. While he follows her directions for him to keep a journal, this isn’t exactly what she had in mind. Join Emory through his musings as he transforms himself and the lives around him, not always for the better.

Now it’s time to get to know you! What are some of your favorite books to read?

My guilty pleasure are Vampires and Werewolves…although I have not written them, yet! Maybe in the future… who knows?

What about television shows? Movies?

I rarely watch television, but when I do, it’s reality television. I love the Little Women shows, Dance Moms, Bring It…

Is there a book that you have read that you feel has made a big impact on your life? Why?

The Hobbit and Trainspotting! I hated reading when I was younger. My English teacher would assign book report after book report. I would barely skate by with mediocre understandings of the books. Finally, me teacher pointed me in the direction of both of those books! They changed the way I looked at reading forever.

Erotica Book Spotlight: New Orleans Lover: A Creole Christmas Tale by Lush Jones @LushJones99

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Mary Jane has given up on men when she reluctantly travels to New Orleans for a weekend getaway with girlfriends. Stubborn and determined to steer clear of trouble, she’s sealed her sensuality under lock and key. Fate intervenes, however, with a chance to rediscover her sexual self. She will encounter three spirits – each one with an erotic test that will compel her to confront deeply held inhibitions and fears. She accepts the challenge and embarks on a decadent, daring, and unforgettable journey into paranormal pleasure.

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Mary Jane gulped. Placing the strap of her purse firmly over her shoulder, she inhaled a hefty draft of cool air into her lungs. Here goes nothing. Then she walked up the sidewalk, toward the front door of the book shop.

An unseen bell jangled as she opened the door and quickly looked around. The shop was jammed with shelves, but there wasn’t another person in sight. Not even an employee came forward as she stepped inside and strolled cautiously down an aisle. The air welcomed her, though, with the deliciously familiar scent of paper and ink.


The smell was comfortingly consistent; just like the public library or the Barnes and Noble near her house, and to Mary Jane’s nose, more enticing than freshly baked cookies. She let her fingers trail down a neatly arranged row of novels, the perfectly straight spines smooth to her touch. Passing a display of cookbooks, she turned down another aisle.

Ghosts of New Orleans read the spidery silver script on an oval-shaped purple cardboard sign. She stopped, glancing at the titles. Glossy and unspoiled, the book jackets begged to be picked up and read. She stroked one cover, a black and white photograph of the French Quarter from the 1920s, but she didn’t remove it from the shelf. She read the words Historical Hauntings from another, the bold crimson printing catching her eyes. Then she saw a small black clothbound book, jacketless. Ghost Lover, the ornate embossed gold lettering in the worn cover proclaimed. She reached out her right hand, intending flip through a few pages.

Excellent taste, young lady,” The voice made Mary Jane jump. She dropped her hand and whirled around.

He was tall and sandy-haired, with hawk-like eyebrows that dominated his almond-shaped brown eyes, tiny crows’ feet fanning out from the corners. Well-shaped lips curled in amusement at her shock. “Did I surprise you?” he asked in a flawlessly articulated English accent, sounding rather like the headmaster of an expensive private school.

Yes,” Mary Jane answered defensively, her fingers itching as if the impulse to touch the book had burned her.

Go ahead,” the man urged. “Pick it up, it’s an intriguing story.”

Mary Jane glanced back at the book, small and faded, so nondescript. Yet she had an overwhelming desire to shove it in her purse and run out of the bookshop.

Books have that effect on people, don’t they? The urge to escape into fiction can be rather overwhelming.” His voice was rich, like a heavy drizzle of caramel, and Mary Jane couldn’t help but look up at him again. He narrowed his eyes even as he smiled, and proffered his hand. “Barrett Stone, at your service.”

Nice to meet you, Mr. Stone.”

His eyes flickered as he looked her up and down. “No need to be so formal, Mary Jane. You can call me Barrett.”

Oh shit. “Are you…? Are you one of the…?” She let her voice trail into a whisper, to his very visible amusement. “Are you one of the spirits?”

He nodded slowly and with one large hand, he plucked the book from the shelf and handed it to Mary Jane. “Here, this is yours to keep. Now,” he offered her his elbow, “I hope you’ll do me the honor of accompanying me.” It was not a question.

Mary Jane accepted the book and slid it inside her purse before placing her hand on his arm, deceptively strong beneath the elegant tailoring of his suit coat. “Where are we going?” She was almost afraid to ask, but Driver’s words reverberated in her head. Don’t be afraid to be scared.

She hoped his advice was right.

About the Author:

Lush Jones is a Texas writer of erotica, fantasy, and anything in between. She wrote her first racy story at the tender age of 14, although the details were somewhat lacking. Fortunately, her imagination has improved since then. She loves New Orleans, red wine, and men who love ballsy women.

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Erotic Gothic Horror Book Spotlight: The Family Tree by John Everson

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Gothic, Erotic Horror

Its roots are old…and twisted!
The blood of the tree is its sap. It has sustained Scott Belvedere’s family for generations. It’s the secret ingredient behind the family’s intoxicating ale and bourbon, among other elixirs. But only when Scott inherits The Family Tree Inn, deep in the hills of Virginia, does he learn anything about his family, its symbiotic history, or the mammoth, ancient tree around which the inn is literally built. And after he stumbles upon the bony secrets hidden in its roots, while in the welcoming arms of the innkeeper’s daughter, he realizes that not only is blood thicker than water — it’s the only thing that might save him from the hideous fate of his ancestors…

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About the Author:

John Everson is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of eight novels of erotic horror and the macabre, including his latest, the Fountain of Youth thriller THE FAMILY TREE, as well as the Bram Stoker Award-nominated tour de force NIGHTWHERE, the Bram Stoker Award-winner COVENANT, its sequel SACRIFICE and the standalone novels THE 13TH, SIREN, THE PUMPKIN MAN, VIOLET EYES. He also is the author of four collections of short horror fiction, including his latest, SACRIFICING VIRGINS.

John shares a deep purple den in Naperville, Illinois with a cockatoo and cockatiel, a disparate collection of fake skulls, twisted skeletal fairies, Alan Clark illustrations and a large stuffed Eeyore. There’s also a mounted Chinese fowling spider named Stoker, an ever-growing shelf of custom mix CDs and an acoustic guitar that he can’t really play but that his son likes to hear him beat on anyway. Sometimes his wife is surprised to find him shuffling through more public areas of the house, but it’s usually only to brew another cup of coffee. In order to avoid the onerous task of writing, he occasionally records pop-rock songs in a hidden home studio, experiments with the insatiable culinary joys of the jalapeno, designs book covers for a variety of small presses, loses hours in expanding an array of gardens and chases frequent excursions into the bizarre visual headspace of ’70s euro-horror DVDs with a shot of Makers Mark and a tall glass of Newcastle.

Learn more about John on his site,, where you can sign up for a direct-from-the-author monthly e-newsletter with information on new books, contests and occasionally, free fiction.

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