Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Meet Melissa Keir

Author Melissa Keir

The Heartsong Cowboy by Melissa Keir is a part of the seven author book bundle selling for only $0.99, yes- less than one dollar!

Can two people, one horse and the power of love cure a little girl?

Angela French blames herself for her daughter’s lack of voice. Determined to do anything to correct the situation, she seeks out Jake Kyncade, the owner of The Heartsong Ranch.

Jake Kyncade hides his own sorrows behind his no-nonsense demeanor. Helping children becomes one way to correct his past. Using equine therapy, he sets out to make a difference.

Can Jake help Angela’s dreams come true or will Jake’s past bring more heartache? Will love save them all?

With Taylor asleep on the couch, Angela snuck the magazine out of her daughter’s sleeping hands before carrying her to her bed. After making sure her baby was tucked in, she turned out the lights and went to the kitchen. She sat down at the table to study the article about the horse whisperer. The photos gave off a peaceful feeling—so much so, she longed to jump into the images. Along with the horses, there were shots of children laughing and petting the animals. The article mentioned a little boy with Down’s Syndrome whose language increased after a week of animal therapy. The Heartsong Ranch. Even the name sounds encouraging. Dare I get my hopes up?

One photo in particular captured her attention. The owner, Jake Kyncade, wore jeans and a cowboy hat as he stood next to the ranch sign. She took a deep breath as butterflies circled in her abdomen. He’s sexy. Very different from Mike. Mr. Kyncade has this wounded look in his eyes. I wonder what his trauma was. I’ve gotten better at noticing it in others. Still, he’s good looking. Probably married with his own children.

About Melissa Keir:
Melissa Keir has always wanted to be an author when she wasn’t hoping for a career as a race car driver. Her love of books was instilled by her mother and grandparents who were avid readers. She’d often sneak books away from them so that she could fantasize about those strong alpha males and plucky heroines. In middle school and high school, Melissa used to write sappy love poems and shared them with her friends and still has those poems today! In college her writing changed to sarcastic musings on life as well as poems with a modern twist on fairy tales and won awards for her writing. You can find many of these musings along with her latest releases on her website and blog.
As a writer, Melissa likes to keep current on topics of interest in the world of writing. She’s a member of the Romance Writers of America, Mid-Michigan RWA Chapter, and EPIC. She is always interested in improving her writing through classes and seminars. 

Melissa doesn’t believe in down time. She’s always keeping busy. Melissa is a wife and mother, an elementary school teacher, a movie reviewer, an owner of a publishing company as well as an author. Her home blends two families and is a lot like the Brady Bunch, without Alice- a large grocery bill, tons of dirty dishes and a mound of laundry. She loves to write stories that feature happy endings and is often seen plotting her next story.
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The Heartsong Cowboy book trailer was just featured on the USA Today’s HEA blog. Check it out here:
Seven men as tough as the west…
          Seven women who know how to...
Cowboy Up
A boxed set of seven romantic novellas by seven award-winning authors experienced with writing about the men of the West.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Virginia Templeton Stories gets a new look

Monday, August 25, 2014

Sexy new cover - Virginia


                   Virginia bought herself some new shoes 
                             and she's found herself some new guys!

Best selling Author - Bernard Foong - Sexual Society And Harem Life!


What a great show we have planned. Please join Marsha Casper Cook on September 9 at 5 PM EST 4PM CST 3PM MT 2PM PST when she welcomes Bernard Foong.  He is a Best Selling International Author of a seven books series about the author’s unique adolescent harem life, published by Solstice Publishing.
This provocative story is about a young man who was initiated into a clandestine sexual society. He was spirited to the Middle East, from his UK boarding school. He attended the Bahriji School (Oasis,) in The United Arab Emirates in preparation for serving in Harems for the wealthy and elite.

It is also a love story between the young man and his ‘Valet’ who served as his chaperone and mentor during the boy’s Harem service. 

Bernard is also an established bridal/formal wear fashion designer since 1977 to present.

This is going to be quite a show so listen in and feel free to call in to ask questions.

 Link for the show

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Can you mix Business and Pleasure?

Virginia Templeton knows the answer.
Contemporary Erotic Romance
This complete Collection includes all three of the stories.
Every Man Wants Her
It's Never Enough
Stepping Up Her Game 

Meet Virginia Templeton and have some fun. The stories are fast paced and an easy fun read.   

Virginia Templeton can turn heads in any room, and loves being the center of attention. Her philosophy is to give men everything they want in bed, so she can get exactly what she wants from them in exchange. All three stories — “Every Man Wants Her,” “It's Never Enough,” and “Stepping Up Her Game — combine steamy romance scenes with an engaging story about a strong businesswoman doing whatever she must to stay at the top, while uncovering secrets about her manipulative husband. 

Feel Free to contact Marsha - on her blog, Facebook and twitter- she loves to hear what her readers think.



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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Under the Covers Book Blog

Author Override: Katie Lane

Author Override: Katie Lane

Top 5 Things that are bigger in Texas:

1.      Hair.

Contrary to what people believe, I don’t think that Texas women do this on purpose.  After one day in Texas humidity, I look like Rosanna Rosannadanna. (For those young folks who don’t know who this is, check out Youtube.)  When you try to tame your hair with curlers and hairspray, it just gets bigger and BIGGER.

2.      Steak.

I went to Amarillo once and ate at this restaurant where the steak I ordered covered the entire plate.  When the owner came by and found out that I was a writer, he sat down and talked beef with me for a good hour—I’m not kidding.  They take their meat seriously in Texas.  I must admit that it was one tender, delicious steak.

3.      Trucks.

Texans have a major love affair going on with their trucks.  Like California girls with their little dogs, Texas boys like to dress their honkin’ big vehicles up in fog lights, chrome exhausts, roll bars, American and Texas flags, and truck nuts or bull balls.  Then they jack them up to amazing heights and drive them through the mud.  I gotta tell you that it’s pretty awesome to see a pimped-out, mud-splattered truck rumbling down the street toward you.  And if a good-lookin’ cowboy is behind the wheel . . . well, all the better.

4.      Bees.

This might seem weird, but for a girl who is used to little honeybees and small wasps, a Texas-sized bee can really leave an impression.  I was traveling in Texas with my husband and my in-laws (who happen to be from Dallas) and we were staying at this small motel.  The first morning we were there, I stepped out the door and a hummingbird flew by.  At least, I thought it was a hummingbird.  It turns out that it was the biggest bee I have ever seen in my life.  Since I’m allergic to beestings, you can image my panic.  There aren’t enough epi-pens in the world to handle a stinger that size. So I ran screaming back to the room and refused to come out until my husband assured me that the coast was clear.

5.      Hearts.

One of the reasons that I set my series in Texas is because of the people.  You can’t stop for gas or walk down the street without someone saying “Hey” or “How y’all doin’?”  The folks of Texas always welcome me with open arms.  When I tell them that I’m a writer, they share the most wonderful stories.  I just love Texans.
Thanks, Under the Covers!  It’s always such fun.

Living with four over-protective brothers is enough to make a good girl go bad. But the day Brianne Cates hits the road for a taste of freedom, she gets more trouble than she bargained for when she's arrested by a sexy sheriff in mirrored shades. Now doing a stint of community service, she's not going to let a cowboy cop like Dusty Hicks mess with her newfound independence-even if he awakens every wicked fantasy she's ever had.
In Bramble, Texas, Dusty is the law. That means no leniency for the gorgeous rebel whose highway antics almost got them both killed. The divorced lawman doesn't need another rich, pampered princess, even if Brianne has the lushest body and sweetest smile in the whole darn state. But even as Brianne proves that she lives to walk on the wild side, Dusty begins to wonder if maybe he has what it takes to tame her.

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ARC Review: If It Drives by L.A. Witt and Aleksandr Voinov

ARC Review: If It Drives by L.A. Witt and Aleksandr Voinov

IF IT DRIVES is such a sexy book, it should come with a warning. Witt and Voinov manage to take a beloved character and give him the happily-ever-after he deserved, all while keeping the filth that has made this series so addicting. ~ Under the Covers
IF IT DRIVES is a book that I’ve been eagerly awaiting. This is James’s book. If you don’t know who James is, he is the lovely man who visits Market Garden often and really spices things up with our favourite rentboys. I’ve been looking forward to this book because I find that he adds such a presence to the books he was previously in and everyone needs a HEA right?
Callum is James’s driver so he knows that James likes to visit the Market Garden often to get what he needs. However, Cal has been harbouring these feelings for James for awhile now and is finding it more and more difficult to stay detached. One night leads into a blazing infatuation, causing Cal to wonder if he has what it really takes to keep James interested in him, especially when he has so many rentboys at the ready. This is where he goes to Nick, a character we all know and love already, to help him see if he has what it takes to be the Dom that James needs.
With James and Cal, you have one smoking hot book already. But Witt and Voinov also throw in one scene involving Nick. I will admit, it might be one of my favourite scenes in this whole entire series. It’s fun, sexy and Nick always makes me smile with his sadistic ways.
IF IT DRIVES is such a sexy book, it should come with a warning. Witt and Voinov manage to take a beloved character and give him the happily-ever-after he deserved, all while keeping the filth that has made this series so addicting.
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ARC Review: The Winter Bride by Anne Gracie

ARC Review: The Winter Bride by Anne Gracie

... I found this book a little bit unoriginal, there were no real surprises, that didn't stop me from enjoying it ~ Under the Covers
Damaris Chance never wants to marry and her past has ensure that she never will, all she wants is a secure future where she doesn't have to rely on anyone but her self. Freddy Monkton-Coombes never wants to marry, but it seems if he doesn't find someone, his parents will find someone for him, whether he likes the girl or not. So Freddy comes up with the perfect plan, a fake engagement to the one woman in England who genuinely doesn't want marriage and the one woman that Freddy can't stop thinking about; Miss Damaris Chance.
I really loved the first book in this series The Autumn Bride, it was heart warming, funny and although not particularly original story wise, it didn't stop me loving it. And although I have enjoyed this the second book in the Chance Sisters series it didn't have the certain spark that made me consume the first book.
I think the problem I had with this book was that it was very slow to start, the first three quarters of The Winter Bride plod on fairly slowly and at times I was a little bored. However, it did start to grow more interesting towards the end when more exciting events are set in motion, it is just a shame that everything had to wait till that point to get moving.
I did, however, like Freddy and Damaris, they were a sweet couple and although both their "mysterious" pasts were fairly easy to predict and therefore not that mysterious, I was still vying for them. I liked the way that although from the very beginning there was always an attraction between them, that their relationship seemed to grow through friendship and then exploded into something more, which is far more gratifying than instalove.
Although I found this book a little bit unoriginal, there were no real surprises, that didn't stop me from enjoying it and I will definitely continue to read on to find out what happens with the rest of the Chance girls.
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