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Betrayed by her people, does she dare trust a dragon?
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Goddess’s Curse, an erotic romance novel published earlier this year is a Grave Tells Readers Choice nominee for favorite fantasy romance novel. Grave Tells is a popular book blog. There are many great nominees in a bunch of different categories … Continue reading
She’d never met a man…until one kidnapped her. The Goddess’s Curse was inspired by the mythological Amazon women warriors who lived apart from men until time came to mate. It’s now FREE with Kindle Unlimited. It’s also available in paperback. Check … Continue reading
Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors. I’m excerpting eight sentences from The Goddess’s Curse, a fantasy romance. In this scene, Garat had left Reena with the healer while he went to retrieve a tool. When he returns, a furious Reena stomps … Continue reading
If you were here last Sunday for Weekend Writing Warriors, you know that Reena of The Goddess’s Curse realized she was Garat’s captive and made a break for it. Alas, that attempt failed. But she’s still trying… After tying her … Continue reading
I’m baaack…. I missed a couple of weeks of Weekend Writing Warriors due to traveling out of town to a nephew’s wedding. Since I last participated, The Goddess’s Curse has been published in paperback, in addition to ebook! In my … Continue reading
The Goddess’s Curse is now available in paperback on Amazon! The Goddess’s Curse is a fantasy/paranormal romance about a tribe of women who live apart from men until libidinal fever compels them to mate. Print version on Amazon It’s also … Continue reading
Welcome Sunday hoppers! It’s that time again–Weekend Writing Warriors. I’m continuing with my fantasy romance The Goddess’s Curse. If you’ll remember from last week, Garat kidnapped an unconscious Reena. The princess finally awakens… Gone were familiar accoutrements and luxuries. Instead … Continue reading