Friday, July 2, 2010

Hotter than the 4th of July and twice as sizzling!

Desert Heat: Affairs of the Heart Book One - Kindle Download
From the scorching sun of the Mojave Desert to the brilliant neon lights of Las Vegas, the sexy steel magnolia Marcie Treyhorne blazes a trail of passion through the desert sands. Her heart is torn in half as her desire for her new boss grows into a raging inferno while her love for her longtime husband remains as steadfast as the ancient desert mountains that surround Mojave Junction, California. Don't expect the typical romance story with this novel. There are no shrinking violets or shy maidens who long to be taken against their will in DESERT HEAT. Get swept away into a world of sex and passion-if you dare!

"Maguire singes readers' eyes with the fire of her love scenes." - Romantic Times Book Club Magazine

"Come take a journey to the Mojave Desert where the weather is hot and passion runs high. Desert Heat will intrigue readers with its fascinating characters and their ménage a trois. Ms. Maguire weaves an erotica filled with more than just fun and games." - Just Erotic Romance

Cabin Fever: Affairs of the Heart Book Two - Kindle Download
The beautiful and sexy Marcie Treyhorne is a steel magnolia who knows what she wants and isn't afraid to go after it. Marcie's story began in DESERT HEAT. Her saga continues in CABIN FEVER. Marcie leaves the blistering heat of the desert but the searing passion she carries to the northern Nevada mountains will melt the deepest of winter snows. Author Janet Elaine Smith states, "...the ending is a twist that will hit you like a runaway train! You won't want to miss this one!"

Kristie writes in a way that you want to follow every word - the sign of a true storyteller. -- Romance Junkies, Patti Fleishman

From an Amazon reader: When I read the author's introduction in this book I was thinking it was going to be a tame romance. Heck no. There's some threeways and a lesbian encounter in these pages. To me, this was one of those steamy books that I wish were more readily available.

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