Toni: Well, Ravens Quest is the sequel to Raven’s Kiss. I wanted to do a novel about a kick ass heroine that had NOTHING to do with vampires, and I came up with the idea of a shape-shifter, bitten by a demon.
I’ve seen so many freaky things since I started attending Mythos Academy last fall. I know I’m supposed to be a fearless warrior, but most of the time, I feel like I’m just waiting for the next Bad, Bad Thing to happen. Like someone trying to kill me–again.
Everyone at Mythos Academy knows me as Gwen Frost, the Gypsy girl who uses her psychometry magic to find lost objects–and who just may be dating Logan Quinn, the hottest guy in school.
For thirty-six years, Marcus Sullivan has been the responsible older brother, stepping in to take care of his seven siblings after their father died when they were children. But when the perfectly ordered future he’s planned for himself turns out to be nothing but a lie, Marcus needs one reckless night to shake free from it all.
When Officer Danielle smacks a hunky alien with her police cruiser, she suspects her black-and-green perp is up to no good…and that turns her on. She shoots him. He grins. She hunts him down. He captures her, seducing her on a bed of pine needles. She’s never felt so alive.
Thanks so much for having me.
So, how do I research a humorous paranormal erotic romance? I’m still trying to figure out how I wrote it! No, I did not spend a fun weekend in a cabin at Nocona lake with a bunch of other equally crazy writers and get a little tipsy and play the “what if” game—this time. Somehow I came up with this idea all on my own.
The Devil Went Down to Texas…
Sexy wannabe demon Destiny Carter has pissed off the people downstairs and has been kicked out of hell.
Now she’s in Ft. Worth, Texas with one week to corrupt a soul. Or else.
Lookin’ for Just One Soul to Steal…
When smokin’ hot Destiny strolls into the Stompin’ Ground bar in a slinky red dress, she has a feeling her assignment might not be so bad.
In the fantasy world of Tallenmere, no one ever said love was easy…
Serenya Crowe may be a half-elf commoner, but she’s no ordinary woman. With the ability to interpret dreams, and a birth defect that forces her to wear gloves, she’s endured small-town gossip and the cruelty of her husband, Sebastian, The Earl of Summerwind.
Good morning! Thank you for having me at Romancing The Book. I’m very happy to be at your fabulous site today to talk about my latest book A Gentleman Says “I Do”, and I thought it might be fun to tell you how doing research for my books has changed over the years.
I’ve been writing for over twenty years now and while I remember the not so good old days of driving 12 miles to the downtown library so I could check a historical fact, I’m so glad I don’t have to do it anymore.
Burgeoning author Catalina Crisp completes a parody involving twins Iverson and Matson Brentwood’s scandalous arrival in London and publishes it under her father’s name. When the writing hits the town, it’s not long before a darkly handsome man–Lord Iverson Brentwood himself–is at her door, looking for her father with blood in his eyes.