Saturday, February 26, 2011

You CAN judge a book by its cover!

My book, No Lady and Her Tramp, has been my best selling book out of all my 5 titles that I have available in ebook format. Sales have been fabulous. So why would I mess with a good thing? You know the old saying, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

But the more I looked at the cover for No Lady, the more I knew it didn't quite tell the story of what was behind that cover. No Lady is a whacky over the top satire. A funny offbeat poke at the romance genre. I wanted a book cover to reflect this. And now I've got it!

Drum roll, please, for the big reveal!

A quirky hysterically hilarious read that is down and dirty!

The steamy, very descriptive sex in No Lady and Her Tramp puts Harold Robbins’ books to shame. The one thing Mr. Robbins’ books did not have is the humor that illuminates in this work of art.

No Lady is one woman’s accounting of the trials, tribulations, and antics of her life, and all of the other colorful characters (some even use the politically incorrect term of trailer trash to describe them) who live in President Park, a run down trailer park in Grapevine, Kentucky.

You may find the palms of your hands sweat, among other things, from the titillating sex that fill the pages. You will also find yourself laughing aloud, as humor runs consistently throughout the book.

These two authors, Kristie Leigh Maguire and Mark Haeuser, by putting their talents together, have written a very funny book laced with pure, unadulterated steam.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Affairs of the Heart by Kristie Leigh Maguire

2 award-winning books under 1 cover!

Desert Heat and Cabin Fever together under one cover in a collector's edition. From the blistering sands of California's Mojave Desert to the glittering neon lights of Las Vegas, Marcie Treyhorne sweeps you away into a world of sex and passion in Desert Heat. Marcie's adventures continue in the mountains of northern Nevada in Cabin Fever. Enter Marcie's world...if you dare!

5 star review:
Award-winning author Kristie Leigh Maguire has combined two of her best loved books into one volume. Desert Heat and Cabin Fever can now be enjoyed in the book, Affairs of the Heart. What a wonderful gift to readers!

Marcie, the main character, takes your breath away as she lives the fantasies that women (and men) only dream of, and rarely admit.

Marcie's story is that of a happily married woman who fights the attraction between herself and her new boss. Can one woman truly love two men at the same time? Can one woman enjoy physical and emotional bonds with two men? Maguire gives us the answers.

Secondary plot twists add to the suspense as Marcie's life becomes more and more entangled with her two loves, Steve and Jim. Her climatic decision comes down to physical desires and emotional well-being played against spiritual considerations and the stability of a long-standing marriage. Her decision may surprise you.

Kristie Leigh Maguire pushes the boundaries between romance and erotica, giving her readers heart-pounding sensual sensations within a dynamic plot. Don't miss Affairs of the Heart.

- Reviewed by: Brenda Jenkins Kleager, author and NaNoWriMo winner

Sunday, February 20, 2011

KindleBoards Book of the Day - Second Chances by Kristie Leigh Maguire

Second Chances is featured at KindleBoards as their Book of the Day. Download to your Kindle for only $2.99.

A quick, satisfying read that left me with a warm, cozy feeling. - S. Daniels

This is one skilled author and this was a really satisfying book. - N. Reed

It was sweet, well-written with characters that each reader will enjoy. - S. Rose

Jane Porter's dreams of marrying Mike Farley, the handsome cowboy who lives on the neighboring ranch, are shattered when Mike suddenly marries a redheaded stranger he met at the Wild Horse Saloon in Casper, Wyoming. After Mike stomped all over Jane's heart with his cowboy boots, can Jane ever trust her heart to a man again?

Mike Farley marries beautiful Samantha Jo Smith after a whirlwind courtship with no thought to Jane Porter, his childhood sweetheart and the woman everyone in Fremont County thought he would marry one day. Mike soon learns to regret his hasty marriage to Samantha. Can Mike win back Jane's heart even though he had shattered it into a million pieces?

Longtime friends and neighbors Jim Porter and Liz Farley turn to each other for support after the unexpected death of their spouses. Will Jim and Liz's friendship turn into something deeper even though they both feel they have had, and lost, their chance at love?

Is it ever too late for love? Is it ever too late for second chances?

Set in rural Wyoming, Second Chances is a sweet contemporary western romance that will warm your heart. One reader stated, "I read it through in an evening, and felt as if I had spent that evening with 'salt of the earth' folk." Another reader said, "I loved the double, no triple, second chances. It was a very sweet ending."

Monday, February 14, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day - the day of love!

I have an interview that went live today over at Fiction for Desert Blog. What a sweet deal for a romance writer - an interview going live on Valentine's Day! Check it out!

Valentine's Day is a special day, so today I bring you an interview with a special lady - author of romantic tales, Kristie Leigh Maguire.

I first met Kristie at The Spinning Wheel - a virtual bookstore and coffee shop on the discussion boards at Kristie is the proprietor - readers and writers come together and chat in this virtual world. There is a fireplace, bookshelves galore, a coffee pot, and comfy sofa and a loft where some of the wilder patrons have been known to throw popcorn over the balcony to bounce off the heads of others. It is all in good fun - even if the popcorn isn't real! And there is a porch with a swing, and a path to a pond. But mostly why people come to the spinning wheel is to meet and share with others who love to read and/or write.

Read the rest of the interview at: