Cock is a fun word, preferred over dick, personally, and I’m ever the fan of throbbing and pulsing. In the whole wide world of romance novels, there are words that show up again and again – and for good reason.
When it comes to titles, I am all or none. Some days, the blessed title deities generously bequeath the perfect name for my current work in progress, simply out of the kindness of their hearts. Other days, the well runs dry, the ground cracks below my feet, and I beg for the simplest drop of inspiration, but none is to be found.
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It was only a matter of time before our paths would cross, but I firmly believe we would have found each other, no matter the circumstances. Mary is a friendmate, and I am lucky to call her mine.
Nancy Fraser stopped by to talk writing and tell us about her recent release, Kilty Pleasures!
In my own defense, there aren’t nearly enough dirty words to properly express my thoughts, so I do have to reuse them from time to time. Or time to time to time.
There’s fantastic jazz music, the early women’s lib movement, and two main characters that could turn a morgue into a boudoir with a naughty wink and a pair of handcuffs.
Emmy might find it all too easy to enjoy a “hands-on” lesson on how to properly address the handsome headmaster.
Will Nina’s self-control last the night, or will she finally give into Elijah and her own desperate desires?
Six years have passed, years in which she has become Marianna DuPonte, the reigning pirate queen of the sea. Now she has returned to salvage her pride.