Younger man, older woman, fruit basket, summer sun...Yummy!
Twenty-three year old Bruce Kerr is a college student, delivering fruit bouquets to make ends meet. Thirty-five year old Prudence Campbell is an investment banker, who is about to get the delivery of her life.
They have nothing in common except their mutual attraction. They have nothing to lose except for each other. Bruce and Prudence must ultimately figure out if one
night together can yield a longer commitment or if their relationship is destined to be just sex.
Fabian Baxter has loved Caden Eliot his whole life. but figured the blacksmith didn't return his feelings. Now a chance encounter with a secret admirer and the sudden courtship of Caden has Fabian confused.
Caden Eliot has loved Fabian Baxter his whole life, and now has finally decided on a course of action. To win Fabian's love, Caden will come at him from two different angles. However, his plan has the potential to backfire.
These two men must overcome
their secrets in order to yield their heart's desire.
"Dancing can be a very sensual expression of one's love for another. The feel of that special someone in your arms, the syncing of your bodies when you move as one, all these things can but bring you closer together. All those things ensure that you are dancing with your heart."
~ Anika ~
Siren Erotic Romance
I had two manuscripts that were accepted and the books will be released sometime in 2009.
Bearing Fruit is an interracial contemporary erotic romance with an older woman, younger man.
Dancing with your Heart is a fantasy male/male erotic romance.
More info coming soon...
So I'm going through my "I have submitted something to a publisher and I can't think clearly enough to write" phase. I really hate this phase because it is not so much of a 'writer's block' as it is a 'mental block'. Nerves getting the better of me. No matter what I try I can't seem to get past it. But I refuse to worry, things usually happen the way they were meant to anyway.
On a brighter note, I have been able to put in a ton of reading since the words won't come. This I have been enjoying immensely. Some good, others not so much. Either way it is good to get back to one of my favourite pasttimes.
Veteran's Day was entirely too short. I want more days off like that one.
And yes Amarinda, twice in one week. *grin* Don't have palpitations.
This weekend was a lot of fun for me. I went out with one of my friends from FAU. I hadn't seen her in a long time and it was fun hanging with her again.
Also, I got to try a lot of new foods/drinks. I don't eat a lot of things, but I am willing to try almost any food once to see if I will like it. It just so happens that I got to try quite a bit of new foods/drinks and some old favourites prepared by a new source.
I had a Manicotti Formaggio which is a pasta filled with ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan cheese. Yummy. Ricotta is fast becoming my favourite kind of cheese.
I also got a Pumpkin Cheesecake from the same place. It was absolutely divine and I really enjoyed it. I had assumed originally that the flavour of the cheesecake and the pumpkin would not blend well. But was I ever wrong.
Later that day I had two drinks that I never tried before. The first was an Appletini which was delivered in a very girly cup, much to my displeasure *grin*. It was okay but not as sour as I wanted it to be (the menu said it was made with vodka and sour apples).
Anyway, the next drink I tried was a Blue Hawaiian which I didn't really care for. It is made coconut milk something and pineapple something with vodka. The flavours did not blend to my liking.
Also, the old favourite which I haven't had since I left Jamaica was the shrimp stir fry. It was absolutely good. I usually do not like shrimp unless it is fried. Seafood, unless fried, always gives me the weird feeling of still being raw *shrugs*. But they seasoned and prepared the meal really well. I even used the chopsticks which was exciting for me.
So for me the weekend was filled with friends, food, fun...Now how was your weekend?
Have a good Veteran's Day!
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Reclaiming Nicola... Short on words high on emotions… This is a great short story. ~ 4 Stars, Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com
Good For Something makes for a wonderfully entertaining read. ~ Bella, Fallen Angel Reviews
Anika Hamilton’s novella Good for Something had you hanging on for the happy ending with baited breath. ~ Tami, Simply Romance Reviews
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But I wanted to wish those who are trick-or-treating a Happy Halloween!!
And for those who are not...
Just a general but no less enthusiatic HELLO!!
I have been so busy the past few weeks. I am doing my job and that of my boss who is out on maternity leave. I have also been out on jury duty. I haven't had time to read any of my favorite blogs and as you well know post anything on my own blog.
I have been trying to at least squeeze in some writing...as little as that has been.
I hope everyone is doing okay. Until next time...