Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Cursed has released!

The Vitruvian Man, book 1
Paranormal romance (sensual)


Ten days of freedom. That’s all Fate had allotted me each year. In the streets of Venice, I could walk among them. Mingle. Belong.

During Carnevale, they had no idea who I was. What I was.

For ten days, it didn’t matter.

Until I met her.

Bruno diCesare lives alone by necessity, not choice. An experiment performed by Leonardo da Vinci, who believed having a dual DNA would grant a person immortality, used magic to render Bruno a chimera – the head of a lion, body of a dragon. The only time he can mingle with people is during Carnevale, ten glorious days of masked anonymity, frivolity and intimacy.

Melina Weaver learned fire dancing to enliven her dull existence. A scientist, her long hours at the lab leave no time for a social life. For ten days at Carnevale, she can pretend to be someone else. Someone sexy and daring, who lives on the edge.

Once she meets Bruno, her wish comes true, but everything goes terribly wrong. Beneath Bruno’s costume lurks an alpha male, but is he dangerous? Worse, can she return to an employer who sells her research to the military to make an army of efficient killers? Her only hope may lie with the man she’s just met and never seen.

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Light danced in his dark eyes. “I must admit, your fire dancing fascinated me. What made you choose such a dangerous skill to master?”

“The thrill of the challenge, I suppose.” It balanced the rest of her mundane life, to a degree. Mastering each new level gave her a sense of achievement, where work couldn’t.

Something flashed through his dark eyes. “Mistakes must be very painful.”

“I practiced a long time before I worked up the nerve to actually light the wands. I found the fire great incentive to focus, however.” God, her grin must be goofy, the way he stared. Such gorgeous eyes, such a deep brown they almost appeared black. He probably had rugged features, if his large hands provided any indication. Too bad he wore gloves, another barrier between them.

“Yes,” he said, “I imagine so.”

“What about you? What other magic do you know?” Oh please, can you get any more ridiculous? It sounded like a line from a bad chick flick.

The crinkle around his eyes was the only evidence of his smile, but enough to charm her.

“Lifetimes of studying the dark arts have provided me with many tricks.”

“Lifetimes?” she blurted.

He stiffened in her arms. “Pardon?”

She watched him carefully. “You said ‘lifetimes’. Plural.” And what the hell did he mean by ‘dark arts’?

Rigidity masked the grace of his movements. “I’m sure you’re mistaken.” He stared over her head as they whirled to the song’s rhythm.

Mistaken my ass. How very strange. More strange that the question upset him. He’d clammed up, and his muscles were so tense, she expected him to bolt. Better to drop it. For now. “Must have been a slip of the tongue.”

“Yes.” Relief sounded in his tone, though guarded.

This man had something to hide. How intriguing.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Freebie for National Library Week

Happy National Library Week! To celebrate, I'm making my short fantasy, The Duende and the Muse, available for free from Smashwords. Just enter the coupon code LW85J at checkout. Hurry - it expires April 19!

Happy reading! Reviews are greatly appreciated. :)

Monday, April 15, 2013

It's cover reveal day!

Decadent Tease is unveiling all the fabulous covers for their new line! Come over and check them out! (As of this posting, the links from the main page weren't working, but my reveal page link is

Besides the covers, you can enter to win all sorts of goodies! Each author is hosting a giveaway. Come over and join the party!

Sunday, April 14, 2013

April 2013 Issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine

This month's issue of Bewitching Book Tours Magazine features author interviews with Tricia Skinner, A.D. Starrling, ML Ryan, John Lansing, Verdell Walker, Dawn Luedecke, Stephanie Amox, and Jean Murray.

Our regular columns include: Tarot in Fiction with Alayna Williams, Auntie Ann's Homespun Advice with Ann Gimpel, Vampires in Fiction with Roxanne Rhoads, The Law of Attraction with Carole Remy, and La Mamma Verde green living advice with Wenona Napolitano.

The April issue also contains: poetry, book excerpts, book reviews, and spotlights on: Undercover by Maria Hammarblad, Who Is Candid by Carole Remy, Ruby by Jeffe Kennedy, and Hidden Depths by Aubrianna Hunter.

The Naughty Nook features “spice up your love life advice” from Roxanne Rhoads and excerpts from steamy reads.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Countdown to launch begins!

Decadent Publishing's new Tease line launches April 24! Watch for a schedule of fun events!

Monday, April 1, 2013

Kindle Freebie- Hex and the Single Witch

Hex and the Single Witch is free for your Kindle April 1 and 2 at Amazon

Please spread the word so everyone can get their free copy

Hex and the Single Witch 
Vehicle City Vampires Book One
By Roxanne Rhoads

Anwyn Rose is descended from a long line of powerful witches yet she can barely cast spells young witchlings have mastered. She has one functioning witch gift, the power of knowing, which she puts to good use as a Detective on Flint’s Preternatural Investigation Team (aka the P.I.T. Crew)

It’s a new era in Vehicle City, supernaturals are running the town. 

The P.I.T has their hands full with paranormal crimes. Top priority is a serial killer, who appears to be a vampire, draining young women in the city.

Anwyn is on the case with her sexy partner Detective Mike Malone. 
Complicating things is her relationship Galen, a vampire who looks more guilty than innocent, although Anwyn trusts her instincts even if her power is on the fritz.

Mysterious spells, compromising situations, and a possible demon on the loose make it hard to focus on the case, but Anwyn has to make things right before the human police execute the wrong vampire.

Hex and the Single Witch contains magick, a little bit of mystery, a lot of supernatural mayhem, and a sexy love triangle that will leave you wanting more.