Monday, March 24, 2014

Two Irish Tales of Sexy Men and the Women Who Snagged their Irish Luck

March has been a very busy month for me and this month saw the re-release of two collaborations about St. Patrick's Day. Although written years apart, both stories have strong urban fantasy/paranormal elements. If you missed these two sexy Irish (bw/wm) stories, please grab copies from Amazon today.

Forever Irish is only .99 for the rest of March.


Blurb: It is never wise to piss off a goddess, especially a flame haired Irish goddess with a temper as hot as her tresses. That was something cousins Ciaran and Connor found out the hard way. For one night of folly the cousins must walk the earth, deprived of the thing that caused their downfall – women. No contact with any member of the opposite sex until they find their perfect mate. A quest that seemed easy, but has proven to be impossible.

Just when they think they will never find a woman for each of them to break the curse they so richly deserved, the Luck of the Irish smiles upon them. Both end up in the United States; one in Chicago and the other in San Diego. The two cousins get the shock of their lives when they met the women meant to be theirs. Not exactly what they had expected and far outside anything they’d ever dealt with when they were still human.

Will they be able to keep these women for their own or just have a taste of ecstasy to tease them rest of their immortal lives.

FOREVER IRISH with Drea Riley 
Blurb: Tabitha has the hots for her sexy boss, Seamus Dooley.

There was something about him that she couldn’t quite put her finger on…but her finger wasn’t the body part she wanted to meld to him.

Seamus felt the same way about his sultry waitress and bar singer, Tabitha. However, he realized that as the heir to the Fae and Djinn kingdoms, he would place her life in danger if he acted on his feelings.

After Seamus is forced to rescue Tabitha from another otherworldly creature, they both realize they must be together, in an immortal circle of love.

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