Friday, August 6, 2010

Free RR Reads Posted on ARe

We want you to want us, so we've posted some of our very best titles for FREE downloads on All Romance Ebooks for a limited time. Tell your friends, and please post reviews of these amazing titles on ARe, Amazon, Goodreads, etc.


BLOOD AND SEX: MICHAEL by Angela Cameron (the first novel in a sizzling vampire mafia series)

MEN IN SHORTS edited by Lori Perkins (my first RR anthology)

RIPPING THE BODICE by Inara Levey (a hot funny contemporary send up of romance troupes)

HIP HOP HEAT by Tricia Tucker (a hot contemporary about lusting after a rapper)

SAGITTARIUS by Sephera Giron (the first in our astrological erotic romance series, by a practicing astrologer)

SAVING SOPHIE by Elle Amery (the first in a series of erotic contemporaries)

DARK DESIRES OF THE DRUIDS: MURDER & MAGICK by Isabel Roman (hot historical paranormal romance)

VITAL SIGNS: I’VE BEEN A NAUGHTY NURSE by Jamaica Layne (Grey's Anatomy with all the sex on screen!)

WICKED PLEASURES ANTHOLOGY edited by Cecilia Tan (our first Kinky anthology)


Monday, August 2, 2010

Great Review for HUNGRY FOR YOUR LOVE in PW!

I am so thrilled with this!

Hungry for Your Love
Edited by Lori Perkins, St. Martin's Griffin , $14.99 paper (384p) ISBN 978-0-312-65079-7
Perkins (Cowboy Lover) collects 21 zombie romance stories full of humor, horror, and love. Jaime Saare's "I Heart Brains" has an SF twist: a man infected with "the z-virus" shopping in a megamart for a gently used replacement body. In Jan Kozlowski's powerful "First Love Never Dies," a police detective learns of an undead sex slave operation run by his ex's abusive father. In Regina Riley's poignant "Undying Love," a long-suffering zombie seeks his lost lover. Gina McQueen's "Apocalypse as Foreplay," Jeanine McAdam's "Inhuman Resources," and Dana Fredsti's "First Date" are zippy stories about the sexy turn-on of successful zombie hunting. Stacy Brown's "The Magician's Apprentice" offers chills as a woman willingly gives up every bit of herself to please a man. Michael Marshall Smith's "Later" makes one man's heartbreak palpable when his girlfriend has a fatal accident. Voodoo magic, zombie-creating viruses, and inexplicable zombie apocalypses all make appearances, but effective storytelling moves beyond the reanimation and into the hearts and minds of the characters. (Oct.)