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Love is in the Air and to celebrate the upcoming Valentine's Day I have an e-book giveaway!
I'm offering your choice of two books. My most recent paranormal romance, Destiny Unchained. The blurb is below.
My new release, a BDSM romance based on a true story, 31 Flavors. Blurb is also below.
DESTINY UNCHAINED: They call her The Huntress. A vampire with lethal focus, Natalia hunts rogue werewolves and kills them without mercy. She buried her heart centuries ago. Now she lives only for revenge. But when she’s forced to team up with the alpha of the northwest werewolf pack to catch a werewolf serial killer, her carefully controlled world is shattered by the passionate Cristian. Will Natalia accept Cristian’s claim on her heart even if it means sacrificing a part of who she is?
31 FLAVORS: There are some things in life you have to try before you know how they will affect you.
After 5 years of awful sex, I was ready. Bondage and spanking had always featured in my fantasies, and one day, I convinced my husband to try them. That day was a turning point.
Ice cream comes in many flavors and that’s us too -- not vanilla, maybe not Rocky Road either. We can be a combination or make up our own and no one has the right to judge us. But there will always be one question that tears at my soul: Will my husband, Nick, ever be happy with what I crave?
Winner chooses the book they'd like to read.
In the spirit of Valentine's Day, I've written a post about LOVE.
Got in a discussion recently with someone about love. The person I discussed things with implied that the people in your life shouldn't put up with your "issues" and that there's no such thing as true, unconditional love.
We all have issues, can we agree on that? People are in a constant state of flux. We are a work in progress from the day we're born until the day we die.
But love doesn't expect change. It might strive for it, support it, challenge it, but it doesn't demand it. When you choose to love someone (and I firmly believe love is a choice), you choose to take them as they are with no promises or guarantees of fixing them, healing them, or changing them, in the future.
Love just is.
If you can't let it be, well, that's not unconditional love. And there's no such thing as conditional love.
We all go through periods of doubt, don't we? We wonder if we're good enough. If we're truly loved and understood by those around us. If we're even lovable. If there will come a day when the people we love most will stop putting up with our "issues" or flaws or weaknesses. And what would we do when that time came? Would we be strong enough to handle it or would we curl up and die? It's a frightening thought.
I had one of those moments of doubt recently and asked my husband (who I've known for 10 years), "You know me, right? All of me. You know I have issues?"
He looked at me and said, in his casual, easy-breezy way, "Of course I do. I accommodate them because I love you."
I smiled and all doubt was washed away. Because there is such a thing as true, unconditional love. And I have it.