I can’t remember if I read Delphine Dryden before her submission or after but the one book that sticks out in my head is When in Rio where the hero says that he is a spanker with pretensions. I find… more
Happy Thanksgiving folks! After Netflix jacked up its prices and tried to diminish services, it bled customers like a patient with an aortic vein severed. Netflix profits have completely disappeared. According to Business Insider: Yes, that’s the latest news that… more
Christine d’Abo‘s “Bruised Ego” reminded me a little of Fight Club. Just a little in that a man was finding emotional release in violence. In this case Lee was embarrassed by his own sexual proclivities but so aroused that… more
Dear Ms. Warren: Robin used the word affability to describe Jill Shalvis’ writing and for me, I would apply the same descriptor to your books. They are generally affable with likeable characters and likeable settings, however, they’ve often felt truncated… more
I’m not sure how I conned Meljean Brook into writing a short erotic novella for this collection. It’s not a steampunk with mechanical machines or iron devices but a contemporary written with a weird twist. In many ways, it is… more
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