Closer to the Sun and the Hotter Side of Romance

The closer you travel toward the sun, the hotter it gets!

sunset

 

CC – Tomhe

My romantic suspense writing hovers in between Earth and Venus. It’s hot. Sunscreen and some UV protectant Aviators should do the trick. You’ll come away slightly flushed with red cheeks. Recovery time is typically a two to three days.

Recently added to my repertoire, a racier romance genre lives on Mercury and takes vacations on the surface of the sun. Scorching defines it. Only eighteen years wise and greater allowed on this adventure. Shiny silver fire entry suits rated for two thousand degrees Fahrenheit are a must. Beware of heat stroke! Recovery time varies between one week and never.

For those of you out there willing to brave the HEAT…

HighOctaneHeroes

Releasing August 13, 2013 from Cleis Press, High Octane Heroes an anthology edited by Delilah Devlin will feature my story Heated Negotiations!

Heated Negotiations

With wit and iron will Paige Cline, Detroit’s lead negotiator, excels in the gritty male-dominated world of law enforcement. She’ll be damned, if anyone is going to hijack her career.

Special Response Team captain, Donovan Wolfe knows what he wants and refuses to back-down until he’s on top.

When these two clash, the impact is more than either bargain for.

Hop on over to the High Octane Heroes Blog and take a look at the hero packed content, which includes stores from Sabrina York, Brindle Chase, Christine D’Abo, Elle James, and many more!

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9 thoughts on “Closer to the Sun and the Hotter Side of Romance

  1. Soooo excited! If the story is half as good as the Blog I will not be able to put it down. Should allow for some exciting times around here as well! As always I am so proud of you and admire your tenacity to work toward achieving your goals!

    Love always, Auntie Rose

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