#newrelease – A Stroke at Midnight

Hey, romance addicts. I have an new book for you guys…from me! A Stroke at Midnight is a BDSM romance that features Mateo and Deja, a couple who have been trying to keep thing platonic despite the heat radiating between them. This book is one in the steam-packed Love & Lust at Lockdown series.

I plan on getting more quick reads (books under 100 pages) to readers, who have asked for some stories they can read at lunchtime.

He will have her before the year is out!

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#MFRWsteam – Preparing for BDSM Play

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Hey, romance addicts. Well, I did it. I dipped my “quill” into BDSM. I released A Stroke at Midnight, a steamy BDSM romance just in time for New Year’s Eve.

Deja restrains hers growing desire to jump her Mateo’s bones. In the teaser below, she tries to satisfy herself instead of taking a ride on Mateo, who is sleeping on the living room sofa. Yeah, right, like that’s permeant solution. Enjoy!

*•.¸♡ 𝘼 𝙎𝙩𝙧𝙤𝙠𝙚 𝙖𝙩 𝙈𝙞𝙙𝙣𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩♡¸.•*

Mateo is through imagining all the naughty things he can do to Deja’s body. Time to put all his kinky plans into action. He assembles his toys, determined to stroke Deja by the time the clock strikes twelve on New Year’s Eve.

Deja knows it is wrong to lust after her dead husband’s brother. She tells herself that Mateo only wants to help raise her son, but she can’t keep ignoring the way he looks at her and how it makes her tingle with desire. She can’t resist the call of his hot body, and she does not want to.

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Mateo’s head sunk forward, a soft snore coming from him. He only did that when he was exhausted. She wasn’t going to let him behind a wheel until he slept. She draped the blanket over his bare chest and spread it over the rest of his body before walking into her room. She locked the door and sat on the edge of the bed, glancing at the nightstand drawer. He hadn’t been in the apartment for so long. Her body responded to his presence in new ways, interesting ones that made her feel straight up horny.

She pulled the handle and passed a finger of the long black crushed velvet bag, her Mateo methadone. Any urges to use it faded in Mateo’s absence, but now he was back. She bought it after a string of bad dates made her realize that she didn’t want another man in her life. Until the option of starting a new relationship opened, she could satisfy herself and stave off all the cravings to rub against her brother-in-law.

She turned on the widescreen TV on the wall, flicking passed tiles and choosing the music app. Smooth R&B music filled the room. She took off her clothes and slipped the fabric down, revealing the realistic dildo. With the flick of a small switch, it vibrated in her grip. She lay down between the pillows and closed her eyes. Mateo’s face appeared behind the lids. His sexy smile woke everything between her legs. She glided the pulsating toy between her breasts and over her abdomen, resting it on her already stiff clit. She pushed in and out of her lips a few times until it was wet and tempted the nub, imagining it was his tongue, until it throbbed. Her moans and panting grew as she got hotter and wetter. She rammed the dildo inside her vagina, clasping the walls around pinching her nipples with her free hand. “Yes, Mateo. You want my pussy, don’t you?” She fucked herself, body and mind coming undone. An orgasm swelled, setting her body ablaze. She threw her head back and bit her lips, restraining herself from screaming as she came and dripped all over.

Controlling her breathing took a few seconds. Once she was calmer, she slid the dildo out with her soaking hand. That should tide her over, hopefully.

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Writing in Different Genres

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Is there a genre you would never try to write? Why?

Hey, romance addicts. I a new Monday, a new blog hop question. This week, it’s about exploring different genres to write. While authors should not feel compelled to extend beyond their selected genre, some may want to venture into new ones.

I recently dipped my “quill” into the BDSM Romance subgenre with the release of my new book, A Stroke at Midnight. Writing something different and the above question had me wondering if I ever wanted to write outside of romance.

Check out my answer in the video my latest video.

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#guestpost-Get Inspired with J. Arlene Culiner

Hey, romance addicts. I am excited that author J. Arlene Culiner is sharing how she finds inspiration and a teaser of her book Felicity’s Power.

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By J. Arlene Culiner

What inspires me as a writer? Absurdity. I love it. Silliness and bad behavior are equally delightful. Why? Because those are the things I need when creating pesky secondary characters or when I want to inject a little comic relief. The obnoxious woman in the supermarket this morning — the one who was picking up vegetables and ripping off bits she didn’t want as though she were in her own kitchen (I did tell her that her behavior was unacceptable and she went off in a huff) — or the neighbor who washes down the road in front of his house with cleansing fluid and a mop are grist for my writer’s mill. They’ll find their way into one of my stories, and won’t I be pleased.

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When Characters Take Over (Video)

#openbook Blog Hop - Who’s the boss, you or the story?

Each new story draft comes with a list of decisions to make a book publishable. While writing, many authors will choose to lean on their outlined plot or characters to flesh out their story. If they don’t, no worries, the plot or characters will do it for them, dictating the trajectory of the prose.

In this video, I talk about my tenacious characters and their obstinance in making sure I write them and the plot to suit them.

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#seriesspotlight – The Dreggs

Greetings, romance addicts. I have a whole series for you this time, with excerpts and everything! Check out The Dreggs series by Leslie Georgeson. Keep scrolling for a giveaway!



The Dregs series blurb:

Feared by most. Hated by others. Envied by none.
Always hunted, they live in the shadows.
Once powerful warriors, they are now the dregs.

In a city overrun by gang violence, can these former soldiers overcome their violent pasts, dispel the stigma surrounding them, and learn to fall in love? 

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#Guest Post- Gayle Irwin on Holiday Traditions

Hey, romance addicts. I hope everyone is having a great week. I have nice book teaser for you guys from Gayle M. Irwin. She is sharing an excerpt from her sweet romance, Rhiann’s Rescue and her take on holiday traditions.

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Gayle M. Irwin

Rhiann's Rescue: A Pet Rescue Romance Prequel by [GAYLE M IRWIN]

Recently, a few friends and I talked about our holiday traditions: baking, driving around town looking at Christmas lights; going into the woods to find the perfect Christmas tree; attending church on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day. We often bring traditions from our childhoods into our marriages and parenting, passing down stories, activities, and rituals to other generations.

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