Very exciting news to kick us off today - our very own Eleni Konstantine has had her paranormal romance novella, GATEWAY TO HELL, accepted by Musa Publishing. It will published under the Thalia line in the US summer. More details to follow, but suffice it to say, we're all very excited for Eleni, who does so much for both SARA and RWA as a volunteer. Congratulations, Eleni! Wishing you loads of success!
We have some new cover awesome for you.
Back in February, we congratulated Tamara Gill on her sale of A MARRIAGE MADE IN MAYFAIR, a regency novella, to Decadent Publishing. Well, there's a cover!
To whet your appetite, here's the blurb for A MARRIAGE MADE IN MAYFAIR:
Miss Suzanna March wished for one thing, the elusive, rakish charmer, Lord Danning. But after a frightful first season sees her flee to Paris, such dreams seem impossible. That is until she returns to London, a new woman, and one who will not let the ton's dislike of her stand in her way of gaining what she wants. Revenge on the Lord who gave her the cut direct and perhaps a little flirtation to show the mighty Viscount what he'll never have.
Lord Danning unbeknown to his peers is in financial strife and desperate to marry an heiress. Such luck would have it Miss Suzanna March fits all his credentials and seduction is his plan of action. Yes, the woman who returned from Paris is stronger, defiant, and a little argumentative, but it does not stop Lord Danning finding himself in awe and protective of her.
But will Suzanna fall for such pretty words from a charmer only after one thing? Or will Lord Danning prove to Suzanna and himself that she is more than his ticket out of debtor's prison?
Lillian says this about Male Review, "A nymphomaniac, octogenarian great aunt, a frigid mother and a BDSM themed male strip club, what could possibly go wrong?"
Due for release with Liquid Silver Books, 28 May, Male Review is the sequel to Male Order and Volume Two in Lillian Grant's Reigning Men series.
Here's what you can expect:
Sam Stephens and Meg Riley are in love, and finally on the cusp of sex anytime, anywhere, anyhow. That is until Meg’s Great Aunt Maud, the octogenarian nymphomaniac, gets tossed out of the old folk’s home and moves in with them, closely followed by her polar opposite, Meg’s scarily frigid mother.
When Meg’s best friend Laura convinces Aunt Maud to invest in Male Review, a BDSM themed male strip joint, it seems to be just one more step along the path to madness. Laura’s last venture ended with Meg being arrested as a pimp. When former prostitute Michael is hired as the bar manager the whole thing is surely destined for disaster. He’s to blame for the crazies invading Meg’s home and even worse, he still has the hots for her.
If she wants to get her life back all Meg needs to do is find a new home for Maud, resolve the dispute between her warring parents, keep Michael at arm’s length and rescue her relationship with Sam before it disintegrates completely. Male Review appears to be just one more problem to deal with, but perhaps it could provide an unexpected solution.