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With her biological clock ticking away, Carina Roth, CEO and owner of a corporate security company, wants a child. On the night of her forty-second birthday, her 35-year-old corporate intel officer, Evan Douglas, surprises her by admitting he’s always wanted her. But when he offers to be her baby’s daddy, she’s not sure she wants to risk complicating their working relationship even though she’s spent years pushing him out of her sensual dreams.
Evan has waited too long for Carina to realize what they have between them is perfect. When he discovers she’s considering in vitro fertilization, he decides he can’t wait. Not only does he want to father Carina’s child, he sets out to prove he can fulfill her every need despite the difference in their ages. For Carina, he wants to be…more than a stud.
“Five star – Working relationships often grow into friendships and on rare occasions sprout into a sensual attraction. Will an older woman give-in to her attraction to a younger man? I loved these two characters. The author showed us both the complexity and vulnerability of a man and a woman in need of more than the successes they’d worked for. This was a short, believable story with an exceptionally high heat level. One of those stories you keep to read again and again. ~~~Grandma Vonnie”
“…This romance gets a high five for being a seductive delight that was both charming and stimulating.
For a short story, this book felt complete. Even though Ms. March had to jump into the sexual high points fairly quick, she chose effective and believable disclosures from the hero to make me believe his feelings and commitment to the heroine were genuine and not fly-by-night.
I am pleased and amazed as to how well the author paced her tale so that the buildup had a rock-solid feel to it. The explanation of where Cari was in her life and the decision and fears she had were done naturally during the course of the story It never felt like a narrative with the author trying to justify the quick progression. No, Ms. March was a masterful surgeon, giving me what I needed to know in just the right way and in just the right amount. Could it have been longer? For most short stories, I’d say, yes. But not this time. Maybe it was how the book ended, I’m not absolutely sure, but I felt pretty happy with the outcome…. ~~~LAS Reviews”
After turning in my last book to my editor, I’m taking a short break and feeling guilty for not jumping right into the next book or diving into promotions. I’m spending time with my oldest grandson ans having fun playing HANGMAN. (Good practice for vocabulary and spelling.) I am thinking about my next book…mentally organizing it at least. What I’m not doing is promoting. Does an author have to keep promoting every day?
I guess if you want to keep your profile up front with readers, sadly the answer is … yes. Think about the level of competition out there. How many authors, how many pen names, how many books get published daily? It’s daunting to consider.
Fortunately, I have enough books out right now that I can rotate them to prevent boring my fans with book commercials, but I still need time to write…new blogs, ads, twitter, facebook stuff, etc. Oh yes …and the next book on my agenda. I have several author friends I’ve discussed this with. Some think they can only promote the last book they wrote; others don’t like promoting at all. (Who does?) Some do book signings, some do online events. I, on the other hand, like to mix it up. But one thing I do believe is that I should promote all of my books equally; one because I write several genres, and two because not everyone has read nor heard of everything I’ve written…yet. Until then, I will always have potential new readers for my books.
After a decade of editing, I put on my editor hat and wrote a book for writers. Maximum Impact is for any type of writer. If you write short or long, fiction or non-fiction, copy write, or write ad matter, I discuss the various technical needs we as writers encounter. Take notes and write examples in the paperback. Use it like a journal. Bookmark and enter your own thoughts in the ebook. This is a book you can grow with no matter what length books or projects you’re working on.
The last impressive super moon that was this large was the year after I was born…1968… do the math. It’s been a long time, and I was too young to appreciate it. Tonight, I hope I get to see it. I finished my shifter novella Dire Moon last night, after finally becoming inspired. My main character is a dire wolf from Scotland, a member of the last purebred dire family in the world. Larger, more powerful, and gifted, Lucas comes to Florida to discover who abducted his sister…and why. Laurel, her personal security guard is more than he counts on. Together they uncover a diabolical plan to biologically enhance the shifters with dire DNA and explore their strange, irresistible attraction. Can’t wait for a cover and a release date. I’m hoping for sometime in the first quarter of 2017.
if you like sexy shifters you should check out some of my other paranormal books.