New Releases by Authors I Know, and One Great Review

So, I realized today that I had forgotten to post a few new releases that just came out in the past week and a half. (Yeah, maybe a week and a half isn’t shiny new, but it’s still pretty spiffy.) So, here they are:

America’s Darlings by Gail Bridges

Leah Collins is a sexual gymnast, a brilliant athlete poised to compete in the Mexico City Olympic Games of 2112. She takes pride in her advanced skills in the sexual arts, but performing Courtesan’s Treat and Raging Volcano in front of thousands of cheering fans is no easy task, especially when sexual malfunctions threaten.

At her side, a pillar of strength and compassion, is her best friend, Benson White. He is the one who scrapes her from the ground when her self-destructive tendencies surface. Benson is a talented sexual gymnast in his own right, the other half of America’s Darlings.

They hope for a gold medal. What neither of them expects is to fall in love.

Inside Scoop: This book contains a mixed-gender ménage, girl-on-girl, references to male/male sex, group sex, voyeurism, exhibitionism and everything else you’d expect from a society where sex is a game.

An Exotika® futuristic erotica story from Ellora’s Cave

Click here to go to the book’s page and buy.

Angel’s Redemption by Azalea Mooneangelsredemption_3d_500
Twenty-four-year-old Blaine Schneider is seasoned to hardship. Since the age of eight, he’s experienced nothing but a swarm of bad luck: from the funny electrical fire in shop class to failing grades and relationships gone sour. He believes he’ll never get past it; only his band, ‘Til Dark, and their dream, keeps him going through it all.

Shortly after he mysteriously inherits a beautifully carved angel statue, Blaine also finds an apartment big enough to display the lifelike sculpture, and he thinks his luck has finally taken a turn for the better. But when he discovers the spell inscribed on the statue’s base, he frees Lynsael from his stone prison, a handsome fallen angel who claims to be Blaine’s former guardian angel, and then his luck really improves.

But while Blaine is falling hard for the angel’s blue eyes and lively personality, in the shadows, dark forces are working to keep Blaine and Lynsael apart. It will take more than luck for the pair to come through unscathed—it’ll take a miracle.

Click here to go to the book’s page and buy.

And, a fantastic review of BD Heywood’s Eternal Samurai, at Rainbow Book Reviews. BD is a member of my critique group on Yahoo.

Windows 8 is still kicking my butt, but I’m getting used to it. Edits are almost ready to go back to the editor and I got no words written today, lol. I did go see Monsters University, which was cute, but couldn’t hold a candle to the first one. Next up is, I believe, The Lone Ranger, which I expect will be Jack Sparrow on a horse with feathers in his hair. Okay, Jack Sparrow, then.

Good thing I like him.

About the author: Kate Lowell

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