Friday, September 19, 2014

Loving the Wild Wolf

Hi! Long time no see. What's the old saying the Fates laugh when you make plans...We have managed to a few more books since last time and we're so happy to participate in the Sexy Saturday Blog hop. Here's a little something from out latest book - Loving the Wild Wolf

Staring into the flickering flames, waiting for Roark to return, Emma finally accepted the fact that she could no longer avoid the hand that fate was about to deal her. Her father wanted her married; and her mate didn’t want anything to do with her.

Moving her leg Emma winced at the pain, but thought it was a small price to pay for being where she was. Inside Roark’s cabin. She’d watched as he walked away, drinking in the sight of him. She’d known for years that he was her mate. Ever since he’d arrived on pack land six years ago, a broody, almost broken wolf. Her heart hurt seeing the stiffness of his gait even now. No one, not even her father, knew for sure what had happened to the almost-turned-rouge wolf.

Rumor had it that he’d hunted down the wolf that had murdered his sister, his only family, and suffered the almost crippling injury in the process. She mourned for the loss he had suffered, but rejoiced in the fact that his path in life had crossed hers. She knew she could never claim her mate, but to never have known she had a mate would have been the cruelest of fates.

Emma had felt like an outcast her entire life. First, she did not have an aggressive bone in her body. Which was really, really bad when you were an alpha’s daughter. Second, she was overly large for a wolf. Okay, fat. Most female shifters were usually lean-muscled and athletic. There were a few that had curves but not the kind of curves Emma sported. Big butt, big boobs, and big thighs. She’d been the brunt of hurtful jokes all of her life. 

Knowing that fate had deemed her worthy of a mate such as Roark did much to assuage the hurt in her soul. Even if she could never claim him.

Envy burned into her soul as she took in the quiet and peaceful feeling of Roark’s home. She’d tried to move out on her own one time, to leave the alpha’s house, but her father had brought her back like an unruly pup that had run away from home. He’d punished her the same way he would a dog, striping her back with welts from his belt. You didn’t go against the alpha. Which was why she was in such a dilemma now.

She sighed, hugging the blanket closer.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Dang - where does the time go

Dang it, has it really been September since we posted? and look it's already the freaking 15th of March of 2014!! We've love to say we've been busy writing, but we've jsut been busy with life. We were trying so hard to have A Mate of His Heart - Robert and Mary Ann's story from Beauty and the wolf done by Christmas--maybe Christmas 2014! No, it will be done before then. And Briggs...Briggs is fighting tooth and nail to have his romance told. out latest book is Stryker which came out in october. Bought, Branded and Bound is now a boxed set. Happy Reading!

Monday, September 23, 2013

Every had one of those days?

Got the “my weekend was crappy and I deserve something for myself Monday blues?” If so, try a little shifter romance by Lynn Richards. It is guaranteed to put you in a much, much better mood…

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

McQuade: The Lone Wolf Takes a Mate

Here's our reviews from AMAZON ON MCQUADE. If you've read our story, please stop by and post a review, if you haven't...McQuade is waiting just for you 5.0 out of 5 stars for McQuade on I loved it!, September 7, 2013 Anonymous says: I got pulled in by the description of this book and I've always enjoyed stories written by Lynn Richards, so I was hoping it wouldn't disappoint and it most certainly didn't!! The chemistry between the H/h is off the charts and the story is great, not to mention I LOVED the HEA!!! I hope we see Briggs' story soon!! 5.0 out of 5 stars For McQuade on BUY THIS BOOK FAST!!!!! I loved it. I hope Lynn will write more about McQuade and Rose soon. Buy Lynn Richards books you will not be disappointed! 4.0 out of 5 stars Surprise surprise!!, September 6, 2013 A pleasant surprise! I liked what I read in the book summery but I though it was just going to be something to read to fill the boredom of work breaks ... then it grabbed me when i least expected it! The next thing I know the book is done and I'm trying to explain my long lunch to the boss! 4.0 out of 5 stars so so good, September 2, 2013 – Amazon This book is incredibly hot and it is a hit for this author. I am already a fan of this author so when I saw the new book I had to get it. Let me tell you it did not disappoint. My only problem was trying to stay away from it while trying to get other things done. The relationship between McQuade and Rose is not an easy one. McQuade is use to being his own man and is not and does not want a mate. Rose on the other hand has been put down for so long she doesn't know what to do when something or someone good is staring her in the face. This book is a great give and take, push and pull between two stubborn characters that you will be rooting for till the very last word. I would highly recommend this book 5.0 out of 5 stars The Lone Wolf Takes A Mate, September 2, 2013 - Amazon I recommend this book to everyone, I loved every page from the beginning to the end. I look forward to reading more of the authors book

Friday, August 23, 2013

Leather jacket, tattoos, Harley - what do they all have in common? Rose Spencer knows

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Seduced by the Itailian

Divorced at forty, Joanna feels old and frumpy. Her husband left her for his young secretary and now, six months later, she’s still trying to come to terms with her new single life. Driving a few hours from home to do some shopping and clear her head, she meets a much younger man who brings out desires in her that she’d thought long dead. When her car breaks down, stranding her, the young Italian comes to her rescue. Marco’s English may not be great, but he doesn’t need words to let Joanna know he wants her. WARNING – For mature audiences only – contains explicit sex scenes with a young Italian lover "Um, my car won't start." "Pop the hood and I'll take a look for you." "Oh, no. I couldn't let you do that." Joanna wasn't sure why she was embarrassed. Maybe it had something to do with the provocative thoughts she'd been having about him all afternoon. "Please," he smiled down at her and her heart flip-flopped, "it will be my pleasure." Okay, did his eyes just assess her as he said 'pleasure' or was that her overheated imagination? "Besides," he continued, "what kind of gentleman would I be if I left a beautiful damsel in distress?" Marco appeared at the window. "The battery cables are corroded. Do you have anything I can use to clean them? A screwdriver perhaps?" Ah, she did have one of those in the roadside maintenance tool kit that Bill had gotten her for her birthday last year. Another glaring sign of a disastrous marriage that she'd been too blind to see. She'd actually thought the gift meant that he worried about her traveling alone and had been concerned for her safety. What a fool she'd been. "It's in the trunk, in the tool kit." She popped the truck. "I'll get it for you." "No." Marco's hand on her arm raised goosebumps even though it felt like a hundred degrees inside the car. "You stay there, please. This is not a job for a lady." Wow. The amazing thing about that comment was that it didn't sound sexist at all when he said it. It sounded like a man who knew how to treat a woman. Would he be that accommodating in bed? "I am sorry." Marco leaned one hip against the closed rear door and looked down at her. "It seems your battery is dead." "Is there somewhere I can get a new one installed?" She glanced at her watch. It was now a little past nine o'clock. Darkness had fallen while he'd worked on her car, bringing some relief from the humidity of the day. "I do not think I know of any place where this could be done so late in the evening." His tone was apologetic. "I am sorry I could not fix this for you." "It's not your fault. Thank you so much for trying." She bit her lip. "Do you think you could give me a lift to the nearest motel?" "Motel?" He straightened away from the car, peering down at her. "You do not live in Knoxville?" Joanna shook her head. "No. I just came down for the day." "I see." He pushed his hair back, tucking the long strands behind his ears. He had great cheekbones. Among other things. "Why don't you come home with me? I live alone and you can sleep in my bed tonight." Oh, the temptation. "I...I couldn't do that." He placed a hand over his heart. "I promise you will be safe." Joanna bit her lip. It wasn't that she didn't trust him. She didn't trust herself. "I'm sure I will, but I don't want to put you out." "Don't worry about me," Marco smiled. "If you want, I can sleep on the couch." Did he mean what she thought he meant?

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

New Covers

Have we shared the wonderful news that terrifically talented Chrisin Lovell has designed new book covers? Don't worry we plan to share very soon. In the meantime, take a summer breather and read one of our shorts - we're recommending Bedded by the Best Man or Beauty and the wolf - it already has a new cover - both are just 99 cents.