Friday, November 13, 2009

Books!

I'm very glad to be able to introduce you to two amazing authors, both members of the Toronto Romance Writers--my local chapter group.

Morgan Ashbury writes very sexy erotic romance for Siren Publishing. Her book, The Lady Makes Three has received awesome reviews.

Colorado ranch owner Maddy Dalton knows all about being in charge. For the last ten years every decision, every burden has rested squarely on her shoulders. Sure, she's lonely, and longs to love and be loved, but she doesn't see how she can take on a man without losing control of her ranch or her life.

Lucas Calhoun has been the foreman of the Rocking D for nearly half his life, and he's had a soft spot for Maddy for nearly just as long. But he's harboring a secret: images of sexy, rugged men turn him on, too. How can he make a move on Maddy when he doesn't feel free to commit to her all the way?

Comfortable with his bi-sexuality, cowboy Chase Reynolds wants a home, but there's a catch. His ideal scenario features a wife…and a husband. Recognizing the suppressed longing in both Maddy and Lucas, Chase decides that bold action is needed. But it's not without risk. Having loved and lost badly in the past, Chase is leery losing his heart.

Can these three people learn to find themselves, trust their hearts, and make a family? And can they survive the danger that threatens them all?


And Kimber Chin writes edgy contemporary romances set in the world of business. Invisible is a book you seriously can not miss!

The first person she made disappear was herself.

A Man Living In The Past…

Antique collector Hagen Rayner has fourteen business days to find the deed to his Great-Uncle’s house or he risks losing the estate to his devious cousin. Should be easy enough for the self-made billionaire to accomplish, except for one small detail, his only source of help is to be from a woman who doesn’t exist.

A Woman Without One…

Maeve Delaney knows how to make people disappear. The rules are simple. Cut all ties to the past, don’t talk about yourself and never ever let a man get close. That includes any would-be partners with potty mouths, broad shoulders, and gentle hands.

Invisible is a financial treasure hunt through the world of hidden identities. A world where loyalty and love can be found in the most unexpected places.


So what's the good news? I'm giving away a copy of each of these books! All you have to do to be entered is send me an email at jkcoi(AT)rogers(DOT)com by Monday, November 15, 2009 to be entered, and on that day I'll draw two names from a hat.

1 comments:

Natasha A. said...

These do look great J.K.! Thanks for the contest!