So, why am I gloating today? Because LOVE BITES has been nominated by Rights of Romance as one of 2008’s best anthologies.
What is this LOVE BITES of which Giselle speaks? Well, now, it’s the deliciously naughty Torquere paranormal M/M/F anthology in which my story, THE REGULAR, appears. It’s the final tale, and it received a great review from Rainbow Reviews, so it must be good!
If you’re a member of Rights of Romance Chatters, head on over and vote for LOVE BITES as best 2008 anthology. If you have yet to read LOVE BITES, there’s a solution to your problem…
Two hot guys and a gorgeous girl? Oh, and throw in some vampires too. Perfect!
Love Bites - a menage anthology
edited by SA Clements
154 pages / 58700 words
Available file types - html, lit, pdf, prc, paperback
One neck. Two sets of bites. Or bruises. Maybe hickeys. What more could a guy, or girl, ask for? Three lovers, three hot bodies; if you love ménage stories, then Love Bites has it all. From modern day working folks to werewolves and vampires to rock stars, the men and women of Love Bites generate enough heat to make us sweat, to keep us warm on even the coldest night.
Soap stars get busy in Camren August's Plus One. Erin O'Riordan's Oliver's Famous Clam Chowder sends a pair of werewolves to a vampire for the ultimate eating experience. C.C. Bridge sends grad students clubbing with hot results in Catseye, and in Birds of a Feather, by Dianne Fox, more than one unusual shapeshifter finds out that love comes in all shapes and sizes.
Tilt-A-Whirl Kisses, by Vic Winter proves that husbands and wives can have the same first love. Vampires play a hot game of one-upmanship in BA Tortuga's Marked. Quittin' Time, by BA Collins, has co-workers making nice in their time off, and Giselle Renard shows just how tempting it can be to find love in a coffee shop. Two hot guys and one smokin' girl will leave their mark on you! Read Love Bites today!
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My contribution to this hotter-than-hot anthology is The Regular.
Saada and Toby have worked side by side at the café for years, so what's kept this perfect pair from getting together? The usual: other boyfriends, other girlfriends, same old story. Now the timing is right, it's a dark and stormy night, the boss has left early, and all the clocks have gone wonky. There's electricity in the air, and still the old friends need a push in the right direction. Lucky for them, the regular's hanging around well into the evening. He's a supernatural being otherwise known as Q -- Q as in Q-pid -- and his arrow's aimed straight at Toby's ass.