What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, and you can be sure it’s going to be a GOOD TIME! I hope to see you there.
Now on to other cool stuff.
April 21st — Mastered Two, featuring Luscious~Twilight Teahouse Book 2 [pre-order]
May 5th — Pursuit of Pride and Pleasure ~ Pryde Ranch Shifters Book 3 [pre-order]
July — 12 Alphas/12 Months, featuring Succulent~Twilight Teahouse Book 3
July — Wind and Fire (Gathering of the Storms, Volume 1)
Upcoming Releases – Dates to be announced
Caramel Kisses (previously published by Ellora’s Cave)
Hide No More (previously published by Ellora’s Cave)
NOTE: We are currently experiencing some technical difficulty. Only Spirit of the Pride is advertised as on sale, however, in case Amazon does not modify the price in time, we are offering other titles as a “back up plan”. Happy Valentine’s Day!
I don’t think there’s anyone who can bring the sexy in the current music scene quite like Queen Bey — yes, that’s Ms. Beyonce herself. This video starts out telling the limo driver to roll up the partition. Why? Because he doesn’t need to see ‘Yonce on her knees. Say what?! Check out the sexy, ya’ll!
Unless you have yet to see the movie, Despicable Me 2, I don’t think this song needs any introduction at all. It makes me just want to jump around and smile and twirl and laugh until I pass out! So if you’re in a sour mood, or if your day sucks, take a look. I dare you *teehee*.
The week has flown by and it’s already Tuesday! A bit slow getting my music up, but I think you’ll enjoy this pick.
As most of you know, I write a series called the Vampire Council of Ethics. One of my favorite villains in vampiredom is the character, Akasha, played by Aliyah alongside Stewart Townsend. In tribute to one of the bands who made the music for Queen of the Damned so freaking awesome my picK this week is: Cold by Static-X, whose lead singer passed away this weekend.
Enjoy and get your rock-and-roll on while you watch Queen of the Damned again. It never gets old!
Was watching YouTube while laid up with a icky cold over the weekend. I absolutely love Yanis Marshall so I had to watch a few of his vids. He’s an amazing choreographer. And as a feminist, I think that anyone should be able to dance in heels if they want to, minus labels or judgment. When Yanis was asked, “Why do you dance in heels?” His answer was, “Well, why not? My mother has forty pairs of heels so I learned to dance in them. It’s hard, and sometimes you fall on your *bleep*.” Enjoy. The man has some serious moves!