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NEW RELEASE! Craving: Soldiers

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Craving Soldiers: An Anthology


Who doesn’t love a man in uniform?



Authors: A. Gorman, Cristina Slough, Delisa Lynn, Genevieve Lynne, J.D. Wright, J.G. Sumner, Kenadee Bryant, S. Valentine, Shannon Nemechek, Shelly Morgan



 

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Are you bold enough to bite the bullet?

Soldiers have never been this enticing.

They demand our attention. The confidence they exude is undeniable. 

Uniformed bad boys. Thrill-seekers who thrive on taking calculated risks, brave enough to face death without even blinking. 

They are disciplined, focused, fearless, their absolute commitment to their country the proof of how strong they truly are.

These are the tales of the toughest men, the most resilient women, ready to fight for what they want—for what they believe in.

Craving Soldiers? Get ready to be blown away.

 
 
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The bad has never felt so good, and the good has never been this tempting…
 
We all need it. We all crave it. The unexpected. The freedom of letting all your inhibitions go. It’s the thrill of being led to the edge, testing the limits, wondering if and when you’ll be pushed over. It’s the rush of the unknown. The bittersweet of tasting the forbidden when you know it’s undeniably bad for you. It consumes you, possesses you, and seduces you with its decadence, the desire for wickedly bad things.
 
Craving is a NEW series of anthologies of sinfully seductive bad boys and scandalously wild bad girls—all ready to ignite your deepest desires by letting you experience the daring side of romance.
 
So…What are you craving?

 

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New Release! Craving Bad.

Craving Bad: An Anthology of Bad Boys and Wicked Girls
Aj Norris, Amelia James, Bella J, Cora Kenborn, Genevieve Lynne, Jamie Zakian, Jennifer Loring, Kelsey McKnight, Kierston Modglin, Sarah Fischer, and Savannah Blevins
(Craving Series Book 1)
Publication date: May 23rd 2017
Genres: Adult, Romance

To take the bad with the good has never been this tempting…

We all need it. We all crave it. The unexpected. The freedom of letting all your inhibitions go. It’s the thrill of being led to the edge, testing the limits, wondering if and when you’ll be pushed over. It’s the rush of the unknown. The bittersweet of tasting the forbidden when you know it’s undeniably bad for you. It consumes you, possesses you, and seduces you with its decadence, the desire for wickedly bad things.

Eleven stories of sinfully seductive bad boys and scandalously wild bad girls—all ready to ignite your deepest desires by letting you experience the daring side of romance.

A blackmailing hacker. An infamous cage fighter. The Sergeant at Arms of a criminal MC. They’re breaking bad with shameless temptation…and they are downright irresistible.

Do you want to be taken to the edge? Do you ache for the thrill of experiencing how good bad can be?

Craving bad? Now’s your chance to indulge.

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I am not an erotica writer

No, I’m not moping. I’m not having a crisis of confidence. I had an epiphany. It’s actually been a long time coming. While writing my Twisted series, I experimented with writing a lot of different kinds of relationships like my characters experimented with sex play, and I realized that the relationships I like writing the best are the ones that end happy.

There’s a big difference between romance and erotica. The Romance Writers of America (RWA) doesn’t define erotica, doesn’t even list it as a subgenre so that should tell you something right there. (Or not. They don’t list erotic romance either. Don’t get me started on the RWA.)

My editor explained it this way: Romance = HEA, Erotica = Life. Romance readers, for the most part, don’t want realistic. They want the fantasy. Erotica readers like realism. (Generally speaking. There are always exceptions.)

But I love escape. It’s what I’m best at, and to me, erotic writing IS escape because my real life is rather dull. Not that I want the kind of excitement I inflict on my characters.

Erotica gives writers the freedom to explore controversial subjects not typically covered in romance: cheating, group sex, bondage, etc. I’ve written about all of that. Maybe I’m too kinky to write romance. I got labeled an erotica writer by people who don’t understand either genre because my romance novels have a lot of descriptive sex scenes.

I hate rules and definitions and labels. Maybe this is why I fit so well with Evolved Publishing. A romance publisher would’ve rejected Her Twisted Pleasures, but EP does all genres. They didn’t define my romance novels. I did. J

So whether you want to call it erotica, romance, romantica, or erotic romance, I’m going to call my writing trash. That covers it all.

I searched ‘erotica’ on Google images and this is the first picture it found.

How do you define erotica and romance? Are you an exception?

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NEW RELEASE! Just Breathe by Kendall Grey

The final installment of Kendall Grey’s urban fantasy romance trilogy is out today!

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He made a deal with the devil to save the woman he loves…

After a terrible accident rocks the foundation of their relationship, Australian Sentinel Gavin Cassidy and whale biologist Zoe Morgan call it quits. Gavin can’t forgive himself for shattering her trust, and being with the sexy rock star is killing Zoe. Literally.

But love—and duty—are powerful motivators, and alliances are forged in the most unlikely places. With the key to salvation locked inside the mind of an unconscious child, Gavin must find another way to snuff out the Fyre Elementals before millions of humans die, or make good on his deal with the devil and lose the one he loves. Again.

About the Author 

Word diddler and whale warrior, Kendall was born without an off-switch between her brain and mouth. She’s been called the “Flux Capacitor of Twitter” and “A little package of love all wrapped up in F-word paper,” but she’s really just a maniacal writer relaying eyewitness accounts of the rave inside her head. She writes urban fantasy romance and dabbles in erotica and horror on occasion. Kendall lives off a dirt road near Atlanta, Georgia, but don’t hold that against her.

Be sure to check out the Just Breathe Trilogy website for all things Just Breathe!

All profits from the sales of INHALE, EXHALE, and JUST BREATHE will be donated to whale education.

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New Release – Kendall Grey’s INHALE available today!

INHALE, an urban fantasy romance by Kendall Grey, is now available in paperback and e-book for Kindle (MOBI) and Nook (EPUB). INHALE is the first book in the JUST BREATHE trilogy. Kendall is donating all profits from the sale of the trilogy to programs that educate people about whales and the challenges they face. Watch the video to find out why.

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Kendall encourages interested readers to consider purchasing an e-book instead of a paperback. E-books save trees, cost considerably less, and bring in much more money for the whales.

Thank you for supporting INHALE, and most importantly, the whales that need our help.

Strangers in reality, inseparable in dreams…

After years of suffocating under her boss’s scrutiny, whale biologist Zoe Morgan finally lands a job as director of a tagging project in Hervey Bay, Australia. Success Down Under all but guarantees her the promotion of a lifetime, and Zoe won’t let anything—or anyone—stand in her way. Not the whale voices she suddenly hears in her head, not the ex who won’t take no for an answer, and especially not the gorgeous figment of her imagination who keeps saving her from the fiery hell of her dreams.
Gavin Cassidy hasn’t been called to help a human Wyldling in over a year, which is fine by him. Still blaming himself for the death of his partner, he keeps the guilt at bay by indulging in every excess his rock star persona affords. That is, until he’s summoned to protect Zoe from hungry Fyre Elementals and learns his new charge is the key to restoring order in the dying Dreaming. He never expects to fall for the feisty Dr. Morgan…nor does he realize he may have to sacrifice the woman he loves to save an entire country.*This book contains graphic language, sex, and some violence. Not suitable for readers under the age of 18.
**The author will donate all profits from the sale of the JUST BREATHE trilogy to programs that educate people about whales and the challenges they face.
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A thank you letter to my muse

My muse is a real person. He’s an actor, a singer, and a songwriter, so he inspires me in many ways. I’ve written about him before, so I won’t go over that again, but today I wanted to say thank you.

To the man who rekindled my imagination,

About four years ago, I was watching TV and commercial for a new show caught my eye. I should say you caught my eye. Actually, it was your hair. I kinda (okay, totally) have a thing for men with long hair. I didn’t even get a good look at your face. I watched and got hooked on the badass reluctant hero with a dark past. You looked familiar, and I found out you were on another show I was once addicted to. You were younger and you had short hair then, but you played a bad boy—an evil villain with a scheming mind and a rattlesnake smile—and I liked you better than the brooding hero. Back then I was working at yet another dead-end job, bored to tears for hours on end. I was chasing someone else’s dreams, and mine were lost in the shuffle.

But you changed all that. I was stuck in a place I didn’t choose. Something had to give. With your face in my head and your music in my soul, I picked up a pen and a notebook and started writing down the fantasies you inspired. I started writing romance again. You rescued me.

If we ever meet, I’d like to buy you a beer—or seven—and tell you how much I appreciate what you did for me. I’ve had a lot of male obsessions since I discovered boys weren’t so icky, but you’ll always be the man who brought my writing back to life. And today, because of you, I’m living my dream.

Thank you isn’t enough.

~Amelia

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Guest Post – The Necessity of Planning by Kendall Grey

Inhale, the first book in Kendall Grey’s urban fantasy romance triolgy Just Breathe, doesn’t release until May 1, 2012, but it’s already getting a ton of buzz on Facebook, Twitter, and Good Reads. I asked her how she did it. Please welcome my friend, Kendall Grey!

The Necessity of Planning in the Self-Publishing World

Thanks so much, Amelia, for asking me to write about my self-publishing experiences. I don’t know all the answers, but I’m learning a ton as I make my way through the process.

I wrote an urban fantasy romance entitled INHALE, which is due out on May 1, 2012. I have no idea whether it will be a success or not. Eventually, sales will determine the book’s value, but until the world proves me wrong, I’ll do like the Journey song says and “Don’t Stop Believin’.”

When I decided to self-publish, I developed a marketing plan early on. I jumped all over social media like Facebook and Twitter, and quickly discovered that if you’re a writer, you have to be a visible force on Goodreads. Duh, people who read use that site!

Even before I had a cover, I posted INHALE’s blurb and details on Goodreads and let people in my social networks know it was there. As of this writing, the book has 148 adds—mostly “To Reads” since it’s not out yet. I think posting information early and having some good reviews really boosted those numbers. Also, someone (Cthulu bless you, whoever you are!) put INHALE on the “Most Expected Romance Titles 2012” and “Most Anticipated Books of 2012 (PNR, UF & PNYA)” lists on Goodreads. I may have gotten a few adds from that. FYI, anyone can add a book to a list, so if you are an author who wants to get noticed, toss your name into the hat and pimp it to friends who might vote for you.

I scoured the Interwebs four months ahead of my release day and composed a list of book reviewers that a) read my genre, and b) accept self-published works. This took me a week. Literally, a week. I wrote semi-personalized cover letters that included my title, genre, back cover blurb, and links to excerpts. I ended emails with a quick note that all profits from sales of my trilogy will be donated to whale education. I’m pretty sure the donation mention snagged a couple of reviewers off the fence and into my playground.

I requested reviews from 132 people/groups. I’ve secured a little over half of them. I don’t expect to hear from the rest.

All five of the reviews that have been posted on Goodreads so far are very complimentary 5-star reviews. I would love to say these great marks are because my book is so awesome, but honestly, I think it’s because the professionals I hired to help me are so awesome.

<<<TANGENT ALERT!>>>

A lot of readers complain about poor quality in indie/self-published books. I cannot stress this enough: If you want to compete with the big boys in New York, you have to pay for a professional-looking book cover and an experienced editor. These are the two aspects of self-publishing you CANNOT negotiate. Not surprisingly, they’re also the two things most people skimp on or skip all together.

<<<TANGENT ENDED!>>>

In a nutshell, I think indie success boils down to good planning. Whether or not INHALE’s “To reads” will turn into reviews, ratings, or sales remains to be seen. But I’m 100% certain that if you want to be a successful indie writer, you have to push yourself beyond your comfort zone and be ready to take the bull(shit) by the horns. Jump in headfirst and make it happen!

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Strangers in reality, inseparable in dreams…

After years of suffocating under her boss’s scrutiny, whale biologist Zoe Morgan finally lands a job as director of a tagging project in Hervey Bay, Australia. Success Down Under all but guarantees her the promotion of a lifetime, and Zoe won’t let anything—or anyone—stand in her way. Not the whale voices she suddenly hears in her head, not the ex who won’t take no for an answer, and especially not the gorgeous figment of her imagination who keeps saving her from the fiery hell of her dreams.

Gavin Cassidy hasn’t been called to help a human Wyldling in over a year, which is fine by him. Still blaming himself for the death of his partner, he keeps the guilt at bay by indulging in every excess his rock star persona affords. That is, until he’s summoned to protect Zoe from hungry Fyre Elementals and learns his new charge is the key to restoring order in the dying Dreaming. He never expects to fall for the feisty Dr. Morgan…nor does he realize he may have to sacrifice the woman he loves to save an entire country.

Blog: http://www.kendallgrey.com

Just Breathe Novels: http://www.justbreathenovels.com

Cetacean Research Network (Whale-based companion reader site for Just Breathe Trilogy) http://www.cetaceanresearchnetwork.com

Goodreads Author Page: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5108885.Kendall_Grey

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kendallgrey1

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Author Interview – Jennifer Gracen

Why do I interview unpublished writers? Somebody’s gotta. Seriously though, my blog is all about finding gems, and I saw Jennifer Gracen sparkle as soon as I started following her. If hard work is as important as talent, then I refuse to believe she won’t be published. Please welcome fellow romance writer, Jennifer Gracen!

Who are you and why are you here?  

I’m Jennifer Gracen, and I’m here because Amelia was kind enough to ask me. I’m a writer, and I have a lot of writer friends. Amelia and I met through the incredible writing community online on Twitter. She seems to think I’ll be published soon, which is very flattering… and, well, I’m hoping she’s right. *smiles*

Plug your book(s) in three sentences or less:  

I have 3 completed full-length novels. The first, AUTUMN GETAWAY, is a contemporary romance about 2 people in their mid-30s who meet at a destination wedding of mutual friends. In spite of obstacles, inner ones (hers) and outer ones (his), they fall for each other and come together. My second novel, FINDING WAYS, is also a contemporary romance. It features the same characters as AG, it’s a sequel. We follow them as they forge a long-distance relationship – he lives in Chicago, she lives in New York. My third novel, SHADES OF DENIAL, is women’s fiction with romantic elements. Rochelle’s marriage is crumbling while her online friendship with an old friend from college is gaining steam. It’s a bit dangerous to some, because the main characters enter into an extramarital affair. It’s also a look at how social media is affecting relationships these days, how it’s changing boundaries.

What genre(s) do you write in? Why did you choose it?   

I write contemporary romance and romantic women’s fiction. I didn’t choose it. It chose me. Very early on. I started writing romances when I was about thirteen, but I didn’t write anything passable until the last two years.

Do you use a pen name? Why/why not? How did you choose it?  

Yes, Jennifer Gracen is a pen name. Jennifer is my real first name, Gracen is the pseudonym. I wanted to use a pen name for several reasons. My real surname is boring, I wanted some anonymity, and I wanted a name that wasn’t connected to my family, my children. Gracen is a tribute to Grace, my maternal grandmother, who was like a second mother to me. She’s the only person in my entire life who made me feel unconditionally loved, in the truest sense of the term. She’s been gone 16 years now and I still miss her. I think she’d be pretty proud of my writing and how tenaciously I’m pursuing it, how hard I’m working to become published and make my dream a reality.

Most writers are ‘different’ from the rest of the world in some way. What makes you different/odd/weird?  

Um… I hear voices in my head. Does that count? J When I’m really in a groove, in the middle of writing a book, my characters live their lives in my head, and I can hear it all and see it unfold as if I were sitting back watching a movie. They take over my head. I have a highly active inner mental life. I live in my head a lot.

Where do you get your ideas? What motivates you?  

I get my ideas from real life situations. Something will happen, or I’ll be talking to someone about something that happened, and my mind starts to wander. As in: “Well, what if THIS had happened instead of THAT? What if I’d said THIS instead of THAT?” And ideas start to gel from there and eventually become stories.

What do you like on your pizza?  

Nothing, I like it plain, really. But mushrooms are good. And eggplant pizza can be delish.

What is your favorite guilty pleasure?  

Twitter. Oh God. I’m an addict. Seriously, I’m on so much more than I should be. But I LOVE talking to people, and I’ve met such incredibly clever, witty, talented, smart, and just plain nice people in the Twitterverse. They make me smile throughout the day, all day long. Other guilty pleasures would be 80s pop & new wave music, nacho chips with melted cheese, and Dunkin’ Donuts pumpkin spice lattes.

What do you wear to bed?  

I wish I could tell you something sexy like satin and lace, but I couldn’t lie like that without bursting into laughter. My pjs usually consist of a V-neck T-shirt and soft pajama bottoms with silly pictures on them.  

What is your ideal vacation?   

I don’t know, I don’t think I’ve taken it yet… I envision being somewhere green, lush with trees, maybe a cabin on a lake, in the woods or the mountains… with a lot of time to just sit around and read, read, read. To relax, have no schedule, and have incredible food at every meal — that I don’t have to make, ha ha.

What’s the weirdest search term that led to your blog?  

I have no idea. I haven’t looked.

And now for some either/or questions: Bath or shower?  

Shower. And I take too long in there as it is. I end up thinking… I’ve actually come up with probably 50 to 60% of my writing ideas during long showers.

Mayo or Miracle Whip?  

Mayo, I guess.

Cat person or dog person?  

Neither. I’m really not an animal person. *ducks from those who are now throwing tomatoes at me for saying that* And I’m allergic to both as well. So… no.

Chocolate or vanilla?  

Chocolate. Sucka please. Vanilla doesn’t even exist in my world.

The book or the movie?  

The book is ALWAYS better. (But if Henry Cavill is in it, I’ll see it no matter what it is…)

Floss or brush?  

Brush. Vigorously.

Phone call or email?  

Email, because I can answer it any time, it’s easier to work into my schedule than if I’m doing something and don’t have time to talk. However, don’t get me wrong, nothing in the world can replace the human voice.

Bonus question: What is the airspeed velocity of a coconut-laden swallow?  

*tries to think up a clever, witty remark* *tries to figure out what the hell this question even means* Um… I’m sorry, what?

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Author Interview – Maxwell Cynn

My guest today is Maxwell Cynn, author of The Collective, availabe October 22, 2011. Imagine… You have a virus on your computer. It’s tracking everything you do and sending that information to the Collective. It can’t be detected by any virus scan or blocked by any firewall. If you have a microphone, they are listening. If you have a webcam, they are watching you. But they aren’t just watching. Flashes of light from your monitor are communicating with your subconscious. You are being brainwashed.

Max’s birthday is Saturday, 10/22, and to celebrate he’s offering a free copy of Cybrgrrl to a commentor chosen at random. Please comment to enter!

CybrGrrl – Created to be a sexy desktop companion program, Marie emerges into a life of her own. She leads her users, Adrian and Haley, through an erotic adventure as she processes what it is to be alive. The search leads her onto the Internet, and a virtual-world community where she can live an independent existence unfettered by the limits of her server – alive in the cloud – then back into the real world as a sexy robot. Along the way she teaches Adrian and Haley what it means to live and love beyond the confines of the merely physical and liberates her sister programs from their dull desktop existence.

And on Thursday, I’m posting a new short story from Maxwell Cynn – Virtual Touch. Hot!

Who are you and why are you here?

Starting off with the really hard questions, huh? Philosophers have wrestled with that one for centuries. My author blurb says: I’m a pragmatic dreamer, a poet, a philosopher, and a construction worker. I enjoy fine art, literature, and classical music as well as Monty Python, dime novels, and hard rock. I prefer cheap beer to fine wine and a good play to professional sports. My interests include theoretical physics, classical history, technology, science fiction, psychology, philosophy, mythology, and the paranormal. I tend to be shy, but I love people. I’ll go with that.

Plug your book(s) in three sentences or less:

You have a virus on your computer. Flashes on your screen are communicating with your subconscious. You are being brainwashed by THE COLLECTIVE. Available October 22!

What genre(s) do you write in? Why did you choose it?

I write romantic speculative fiction. That ranges from tender romance to xxx erotica and from hard science fiction to cozy mystery. Speculative fiction is based on “What If” so anything goes.

What if a sexy desktop companion program became self-aware? CybrGrrl

What if a clandestine group brainwashed the population over the internet? THE COLLECTIVE

I grew up reading the masters – Wells, Verne, Tolkien, Poe, Bradbury – and I’m a die-hard romantic, so speculative romance comes natural.

Do you use a pen name? Why/why not? How did you choose it?

Maxwell Cynn is a pen name. And yes the pun “max sin” is intentional. The name belonged to a character in an as yet unpublished novel. I changed his name to Ezekiel Strong (he’s a half-demon Paranormal Investigator/Bounty-hunter) and took it for my own. I chose to use a pseudonym mainly for marketing and branding. My real name is rather common, but if you Google Maxwell Cynn you find me. And I’ve been able to get MaxwellCynn as a user name on every social network and web site I sign up on.

Most writers are ‘different’ from the rest of the world in some way. What makes you different/odd/weird?

I am, what was called in my generation, painfully shy. Today it’s termed “social anxiety” and the drug companies have a pill for that. I don’t do drugs, so I deal with it. I warm up once I know people. Then you can’t shut me up. But I still prefer writing to talking and I loath telephones and voice chat. I use my phone more for texting and emailing than talking.

Where do you get your ideas? What motivates you?

My ideas come from a strange and over-actve imagination. I think things like: What if artificial intelligence was sexy instead of homicidal like HAL or Skynet. CybrGrrl. Well of course it would be female. And that brings me to motivation. My muse is a horny little thing. She likes romance and sex, so the two always find a place in the story.

What do you like on your pizza?

Black olives and green peppers, or beef and mushrooms. And I can’t eat a pizza without a cold beer.

What is your favorite guilty pleasure?

Porn. Not really. I enjoy erotic art and reading sensual, loving erotica. I’m not into erotica that isn’t romantic or sleazy porn that objectifies women, or men for that matter. But I’m not really guilty about it. Nothing is more beautiful than the human body in all its myriad forms and sizes or the many acts of sexual pleasure.

What do you wear to bed?

I sleep naked. Hell, I’m naked every chance I get. I’m like the little kid who pulls his diaper off and runs around grinning. Who invented clothes anyway? And I’m barefoot nine months out of the year and never wear shoes in the house.

What is your ideal vacation?

The beach. Hot sun. Cool breeze. Warm waves. Either reading on the beach or body surfing in the breakers. A nude beach would be even better, but we don’t have those in the Carolinas.

What’s the weirdest search term that led to your blog?

I know I should, but I rarely track search terms. I mainly follow referring urls to see how well I’m targeting exposure. Twitter is huge, as are blogs by fellow writers.

And now for some either/or questions: Bath or shower?

Shower, always.

Mayo or Miracle Whip?

Dukes Mayonnaise

Cat person or dog person?

Cats rule!

Chocolate or vanilla?

I’m a vanilla kind of guy.

The book or the movie?

Book

Floss or brush?

Or? How about both?

Phone call or email?

Email

Bonus question: What is the airspeed velocity of a coconut-laden swallow?

African or European?

Author Bio:

Maxwell Cynn is a novelist, freelance writer, amateur coder, webmaster, and Indie publisher who writes deliciously romantic speculative fiction and blogs book reviews on a wide range of genres. His website, with links to all of his social media connections, can be found at MaxwellCynn.com

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What ‘As you wish’ really means

I write sex—melt your face off, cock-throbbing, clit-burning sex. Those are all things reviewers said about my sex scenes. But writing romance is what I love. I love writing relationships between characters and watching them overcome huge obstacles to find love. Many times, I know the characters are in love before they do. Sometimes I let my readers know that too, and I found a clever way to do it. Okay—I borrowed a clever way to do it.

If you’re a Princess Bride fan, you know what ‘as you wish’ means. If not, the video is worth watching.

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No one says I love you like farmboy/dread pirate Westly. Mmmm….

I’ve been using ‘as you wish’ in my stories ever since, sometimes before the character knows what it means, like poor unsuspecting Austin in Tell Me You Want Me:

“Show me what you’ve got, quarterback.”

“Oh Janie.”  He was pretty sure she was talking about football, but maybe she was suggesting something else too.  “I’ll show you anything you want.”

“I want to see how good you really are.”  She smiled at him, and Austin caught a hint of mischief in her eyes before she looked away.

Dammit, she was torturing him.  “You’re talking about football, right?”  He was used to doing the teasing.  It was fun being on the receiving end for a change.

“For now.”

He realized they were standing in front of the football cages.  That sneaky little devil knew exactly what she was doing, even if he didn’t.  “As you wish.”

Is Austin in love with Jane at this point? Hmmm, anything’s possible.

The Devil Made Me Do It is all about sex and lovers so I use it there too:

 Mattress Inventory

“Do I look like I just got laid?” he asked, adjusting his tie.

“Yes.” I couldn’t help feeling proud.

He shrugged and picked up the calculator. He gave me one more delicious kiss before returning to his work. “Don’t fall asleep on the couch tonight.”

“As you wish.” I gave him a ‘later babe’ grope on his ass and strolled toward the store.

Late for Work

“What about your panties?”

I was already heading for the door. “No time. I’ll have to go without.”

“Mmm.” His blue eyes sparkled as he grabbed my arm and spun me around, pulling me tight against his chest. “Leave them off until I get home.”

I slid my arms around his neck and kissed him. “As you wish.”

There are lots of ways to say I love you. Some people say it with words, some people say it with actions, and some people say it with imaginative and playful sex (according to another reviewer).  However you choose to say it, make sure it’s often. Life is too short to leave those three words unsaid.

What’s your favorite way to say I love you?

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