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Many articles suggesting nonverbal ways to say ‘I love you’ seem suited more for the women wrote them. While a man might recognize the meaning intended in a candlelight bubble bath or rose petals strewn through the house, chances are … Continue reading
In a recent letter to Dear Abby, a 28-year-old woman had written that from the moment she’d met her boyfriend of two years, she’d known he was the one for her. The problem? He didn’t give her enough affection. He … Continue reading
Loose Id released Unexpected Consequences, my domestic discipline erotic romance released, September 20 by Loose Id. Here’s a brief look at the two main characters: Name: Melania Traynor Age: 23 Occupation: Court reporter Marital Status: Married (newlywed) Likes: expensive shoes, … Continue reading
Because I write erotic romance, I spend a lot of time thinking and writing about love relationships and romantic couplings, but I’ve always found platonic friendship fascinating. Some people have many friends; others have few. Some make friends easily, others … Continue reading
What’s the saying…you can’t live with them, you can’t live without them? Today I’m blogging on Romance Writers Behaving Badly about men, these curious creatures who really do seem to come from Mars. I’m sharing what really like them–and the … Continue reading
We adults like to complicate things. Love is simple. Just ask a child. I received an email about children’s answers to the question, “what is love?” Although I am suspicious of the authenticity of information passed over the internet, whether … Continue reading
Everyone loves the ecstasy of a new romance. It’s that up-and-down roller coaster rush when you can’t wait to see the person, you think about him constantly, and you believe he’s the most wonderful person on earth. The intense magical, … Continue reading
Several authors have asked what would make a reader pick up their book. I can’t speak for others, but for me, it boils down to a single word. Seduction. Put “seduction” in your title and you got me. I can’t … Continue reading