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(imageI’m happy to have Dana Lorraine here today and her new book, Dying to Love Her, out November 13th. Please enjoy Dana’s post, a blurb from the book, and enter to win a copy of the book and a gift card down below!

 

Hello to all of you—Carly Fall’s wonderful fans. I’m so grateful to be here. Thanks Carly for having me on your blog today.

My name is Dana Lorraine and I’m an almost published author. My debut release, Dying to Love Her, will be available November 13th from Ellora’s Cave. In just two days my erotic paranormal ménage will be out there for everyone to read! I’m both excited and nervous. LOL! I hope everyone falls in love with my yummy vampire personal trainers like I did.

You’re here today so I assume you like to read as much as I do. Ever since I was a tween and picked up Double Love I’ve been hooked.

Hold on—Double Love? Was she…oh my…she wasn’t reading THOSE kind of books as a kid, was she?

If this thought just ran through your head like a crazy naked person don’t worry—Double Love is the first book in Francine Pascal’s teen series, Sweet Valley High. It was my gateway read into the world of romance. I couldn’t get enough of Elizabeth (I sooo wanted to be her) and her twin sister Jessica (I sooo hated her) and their drama—most of which involved some dreamy boy.

From there I moved onto the classics and hunky men. I read into all hours of the night wanting to be swept away by an equally dashing man as Mr. Darcy. And then I went to college.  There wasn’t much time to read for pleasure but I was travelling to Japan with a few of my classmates and someone brought along Anne Rice’s dark erotic Beauty series.

Oh my!  Suffice it to say I had never read anything like that.

I moved onto Rice’s vampire books, her Mayfair witches and fell in love with the paranormal genre. I searched for books that gave me both creatures of the night and love ever after. But I didn’t forget the thrill of erotica and back I went.

They say to write what you know. So for me it was an obvious choice to write paranormal erotic romance. And if I was going to write erotic I might as well go all the way and write ménage because really…it doesn’t get much more erotic than that.

I like my threesomes—in books of course—to be about love. That’s the romance fan in me. The odd guy out helping fulfill a fantasy for his buddy’s girlfriend is a sexy storyline but it doesn’t leave me sighing at the end of the book.

Melanie, my curvy heroine, couldn’t choose between the heroes, Rook and Alec, even if she tried. How could I ask her to when there’s no way I could? Rook with his easy going sexiness and Alec’s fevered passion—both are equally sigh-worthy.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you’ll consider reading my short novel and trying to decide if you could choose between the vampire hotties. Trust me…you won’t be able to.

Enjoy my delish cover and blurb for Dying to Love Her here. If you head on over to the Ellora’s Cave website (maybe from there consider liking my book on Facebook…pretty please) you can check out the excerpt and add my November 13th release to your wishlist. A few days after that it should be available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble as well.

Oh and there’s a contest so enter that too. On my website you can see who else I’ll be visiting these next two months and I promise they’ll be more giveaways to come.

Happy Reading!

 

Blurb for Dying to Love Her:

When Melanie Woodson joins Empriva Fitness she expects to lose weight, not gain two sexy vampire personal trainers. With an exercise regimen that includes horizontal workouts, fat-burning orgasmic bites and lusty words of encouragement, she’s in serious danger of forgetting their relationship is based on a business agreement and not mutual attraction.

Alec Kosta and Rook Abernathy, best friends and owners of Empriva, have waited over a century for the right lifemate to come along. Now that they’ve found Melanie with her endless curves and quick wit, they’re ready to give up countless lifetimes to spend just one with her.

But time isn’t on their side—they’ve tasted her blood and now mere days is all they have to convince her their love is real or risk losing her forever.

 About The Author

Dana Lorraine never dreamed she’d grow up to be a writer. A voracious reader of romance, one day she decided to write one of her own. And now she never wants to stop. Paranormal, sci-fi or contemporary, ménage or one-on-one, don’t ask her to limit herself to just one type because she loves them all.

She makes killer meatballs, loves to reread her favorite romances and likes any drink served with an umbrella. A bookseller by day and mother of two wonderful daughters all the time, you’ll find Dana sweet-talking her husband into doing laundry and bringing home take-out so she has more time to write.

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24 thoughts on “Dying to Love Her – Dana Lorraine

  1. wow my first romance book would be going back a ways I think it was probably a Jackie Collins book back in the 80’s when I was in Jr. High. Love the premise for this new book!

  2. I don’t remember the exact, but I know it was a Harlequin Romance book. My dad would stop at every yard sale to see if they were selling any of them for me. He was happy I loved to read, didn’t care that is was a romance book. I think I was about 11 when I started to read romance books and I am 51 now.

    • Hey Mary. I was about the same age when I started reading romance. Love the your Dad hit the garage sales for books…what a great guy. My poor Mom, I made her buy all mine. Thanks for leaving a comment.

      Dana Lorraine

  3. I used to take my baby sitting money in Jr High and buy all the new Harlequin for that month. Yep, all my friends were reading about the Hardy Boys and I was reading about hot millionaire men.

  4. “Forever” by Judy Blume. EVERY girl in middle school read it, several times. One of the best novelist of any genre, bar none.

    I don’t think qualify as romance novels, because they are teen mysteries, but I love the Trixie Belden series. There was always a hint at an attraction between her best friend’s older brother and Trixie.

    • Ohh, Trixie Beldon, haven’t heard of those. Might check them out for my daughter. And you’re right about “Forever”. Might have to go see Tiger Eyes when it comes out at the movies.

      Thanks for checking out my post…Dana

  5. Hm.. I dont really remember. I think it was something from Katie MacAlister? But I know I read JD Robb stuff before that and theres romance in that.

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