Release Updates: Santeria Habitat & Theirs to Crave

I’ve been so quiet on social media because for once I’m freaking focused
and therefore scared to be online too long.

That being said,
I’m writing and writing and writing and writing.

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#1
A beta reader said that Theirs to Crave had a small cliffhanger
so I put together a novella to end the series for good

on a sexy and positive note. Both manuscripts are with the editor.

 

#2
Vee and Graham shoved their crazy behinds into a novella

that takes place between Wildfire Gospel and Flaming Tongues.

Therefore this will be

Burnt Offerings (Book 3.5 of Santeria Habitat Series).

 Burnt Offerings (Book 3.5 of Santeria Habitat Series)

will be released AT THE SAME TIME

as Flaming Tongues (Book 4) release

which is set for end of APRIL or early MAY 2017.

 

I’M BACK TO WRITING! HAVE A GREAT WEEK!

Book Review: Bound & Determined

 

3.5 Stars.

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Although over three hundred pages,

this was a quick read.

Lots and lots of sex.

There were times when I wanted

them to take a nap or get something to eat.

I know the poor heroine had to be exhausted

after the author finished the book.

The actual suspense part of the plot kicked in

toward the end of Act Two.

By then I’d been so satiated and dripping with

sperm that I barely followed

the thrill of the small mystery.

By the end of the novel,

I was intrigued by a little twist

in the mystery

and some more sex. . .

Over all I give it 3.5 stars due to

the sex overloading and exhausting me.

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Additionally, it shocked me that

the heroine was a virgin

and got it in so much in the beginning.

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That being said. . .

this is my new go-to author for erotic romance.

Loved her sex scenes.

She draws you into the heat

and doesn’t let go until your burning on fire.

Book Review: Rainshadow Road

 4 Stars for sure.

In Rainshadow Road we get to escape to an island

and follow the months of a new love.

 

While the subplot with the bitchy

sister got a little soap opera,

I found the story engaging and sexy.

 

 

There was some paranormal elements that seemed thrown into the story and not really explored. If taken out the story still would not have changed. So I think the whole abilities part came out of left pocket so I took a star away. Other than that, I will def be reading more from this author.

New Release: POWER (Romantic Suspense)

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Power will be released on my birthday,

July 15!

Pre-order Link

 

***Warning: This book contains adult language, graphic violence, and explicit sex that may be disturbing for some readers. This book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.***
Mary Jane, a struggling comedienne, stumbled into the wrong club at the wrong time. She didn’t notice the gangster gripping the gun and the two scary men on his sides. She just jumped on the stage, tested the microphone, and went into her routine.

And that’s where things got interesting.

Noah was the gangster that gripped the gun. The Beast of Din City. The Boss of the Streets. The one who ruled them all from the North to the South. Not liking to murder women, he’d now been thrown into an uncomfortable situation. She’d accidentally become a witness to something she shouldn’t have seen.

She’d now become a problem.

Yet, their gazes met and hearts faltered, thump, thumping in their chest like a tune beat out from bullets slicing through the air and bodies crashing to the ground.

Their gazes met and things would never be the same for him or her, nor the Streets. Their gazes met and he decided not to kill her, instead he took her on a journey where sex meets the rhythm of the streets, high to low, smooth to rough, growing inside of them both until they’re not sure, if any of them will survive—him, her, or those bloody streets.

 

 

 

 

Poem: How to Not Forgive by Trista Mateer

How to Not Forgive

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When I was small,

I remember my mother saying

that she believed aliens helped build the pyramids.

She used to keep crystals around.

She used to carry healing stones.

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She used to believe my father would always come back to her.

Now that she is older,

she prays to the nail marks in someone’s palms

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but i don’t think she believes in forgiveness anymore.

She sent me to Sunday school in little floral dresses,

not to torture me but to learn this.

Hurt me once: shame on me.

Hurt me twice: shame on me.

Hurt me three times: shame on me but fuck you.

Hurt me four times and we’ll get severed-head biblical.

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We will pick up stones.

And now that I am older,

I don’t give a damn about sin.

I will be the first to cast one.

(A poem from this amazing collection)

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R.M. Drake’s Haunting Poetry

 

She was broken from moment to moment

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watching her world collide 

she felt lost inside herself.

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She fell apart for a passion

that flamed beneath her.

She waited

and died a hundred times, 

it dripped from her pores.

The moment she let go,

she soared

over the stillness

like the star she was born to be.

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(A poem from Science.)

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I’m a fan of poetry.  Good poems teach me lessons in writing.  

A poet must be concise, descriptive, and emotional all in a few lines. 

 

That’s a pretty goddamn awesome skill to have. 

 

So . . . I’m always reading poetry. 

 

And Robert M. Drake has always had a luscious way with words. 

 

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How could I live above the water 

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or breathe under it?

How could I swim in darkness consumed in an ocean of you?

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Falling or flying towards you.

Losing or finding myself in you

and beauty was never the word to catch all that you are,

for now i know

the means

never the word

to catch all that you are

for now i know the means

of the infinite

and it all starts and ends with you.

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I definitely enjoyed the poetry! I found the author just from walking around Wynwood in Miami and seeing his poetry written on the sidewalks. Later, I googled him and found his books.

This one is definitely a keeper!! I give it FIVE STARS!!