This was a naughty little scamper through the horny end of the park if I have ever read one. Don’t mistake me, I enjoyed my lascivious stroll that takes off almost as soon as you walk through the park’s gate. This is the book you will want to read when your man goes out of town. Actually, that is where Finding Autumn begins… when Olivia Redmund A.K.A Autumn Winters takes a trip out of town.
Tina was a wonderful volunteer to become part of my Making Love 101 interviews. Her romance Deep, Dark, Delicious was our jumping off point and Rafe and Eden gave us a very hot and steamy basis to talk about how Tina goes about creating love in her own books. I am excited about not only what we got to talk about in this Making Love 101, but also that she and I got to make some loose plans for another interview about her book In His Arms. I can’t wait! Thanks so much for your time, Tina!
I’ve always loved a good story that ends in food. What could possibly make a story that ends in food better? A story that is about sex and food, why of course! Tina Donahue has definitely brought together two of my favorite things in this Erotic Romance and if there is anyway to cheer up a flu suffering girl who is sick to death of Jello cups, soup and toast it’s to give her a taste of something Deep, Dark, Delicious.
Gabfest & Gossip with Jill Elaine Hughes
Jill Elaine Hughes stepped up to be one of my Making Love 101 authors but after reading Domino Effect I felt that she would be better suited to have a review that wasn’t restricted to speaking about a romance angle that was a small and not truly developed part of the story she was telling in her book series. Having become a Jill Fanatic and Domino Convert I wanted to put out an interview that unfolded this tale and all it’s intriguing and complex layers. Thanks Jill for being so accommodating!
Jill Elaine Hughes Bio:
Jill Elaine Hughes is a professional journalist, playwright, memoirist, and fiction author. She has written for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Reader, Washington Post, Cat Fancy magazine, New Art Examiner, and numerous other media outlets. Her plays have been widely published and produced by theaters in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco, the United Kingdom, and Australia. She is also the author of several New Adult fiction books. Ms. Hughes also writes erotic fiction under two pen names: Jamaica Layne and Jay E. Hughes.
When I first began reading Jill Elaine Hughes’s Domino Effect I thought it was some strange bondage erotica and I was nodding along the first and second chapter wondering to myself, “when is the playroom and BDSM club and all the kinky crap going to happen?” Even when Jill introduces the thrilling sexy parts she already had me fascinated by all the other things going on that my, “where is the playroom, BDSM club and kinky crap?” slowly began to dwindle to be replaced by a sincere but well earned, “What the hell is happening here? We are definitely not in Kansas anymore.” This book is a phenomenal Erotic Suspense Thriller and it blows kittens away!
Sometimes I buy a book because I love the author. Sometimes I buy a book because I love the cover. Sometimes I buy a book because it’s free. Sometimes it’s a bipolar impulse and I just can’t help myself. And sometimes it’s the title and I think it’s sounds GOOOOOOD and I just gotta have it. This was a few of the above.
This rom-com novel is written by this Weekly Indie Word Slinger–CeCe Osgood. The Divorced Not Dead Workshop is a humorous and insightful look at the weary world of the divorced yet hopeful heart. Considering that 50% of marriages in America end in the marriage crapper this book is not only relevant but more than likely easily relatable for many. If only more of us were inspired by alcohol to have ideas for workshops to de-suckify men instead of keying their cars and slinging eggs at their houses. I guess this is what separate the women from the girls doing community service–of course I’ve never hid from an ex under a table at the market, Ms. Bing.