Amaryllis Gardner, from one of Boston's best families, is engaged to Dr. Brendan Bradford. Although wealthy, Brendan has no social status due to his Irish heritage. Amaryllis wonders whether he's marrying only to achieve social position.
Suspicious of her fiance's visit to a supper club/brothel, Amaryllis disguises herself as a French prostitute. They engage in a passionate sexual encounter that leaves both of them desperate for more. Amaryllis soon learns exciting new sexual techniques that thrill Brendan. As their craving for each other intensifies, she fears he desires the wanton prostitute more than his prim fiancee.
Hungry Like a Wolf
Twelve months after the crushing heartbreak of being dumped by Ethan, the gorgeous Alpha werewolf who was the love of her life, Amanda is finally picking up the pieces. But the ties that bind the two lovers are strong, stronger than Ethan's resolve to stay away. One sizzling touch, one passionate kiss, is all it takes for the insatiable hunger inside each of them to explode into life.
But Ethan has a determined rival, for Amanda's affection and a whole lot more, and he'll stop at nothing to win it all.
Are lustful thoughts of your best friend's son a sinful pleasure or an act of betrayal?
Reed has never hidden from Marilee the decadent passions he wants to share with her. Now that she's free from her cheating ex-husband, she's finally able to let her resistance slip and give in to temptation. But when their relationship is exposed during an afternoon of sensual self-discovery, will Marilee lose a treasured friendship, or will she be able to keep it all, including the man she loves?
Extra Sensual Perception
When Iris Thompson is asked to use her psychic skills to help solve a string of recent deaths, she's not surprised when her intuition points to a serial killer, all evidence to the contrary. But she is surprised that, though there have been only three deaths, she psychically intuits four names.
Even more shocking are her erotic trances featuring the handsome fourth man, known only as Peyton. As the images intensify, Iris has precious little time to discover if her extra-sensual perceptions are leading her to a victim--or the man of her dreams.
Having It All
When country rock singer Mac Fontana got his big break, he and Daisy Giles celebrated with a long night of fulfilling sex, where they explored each other's bodies and took their intimacy further than ever before. It seemed as if nothing could ever go wrong. Then Mac broke Daisy's heart and it was ten years before they saw each other again. Now, in one long night of erotic sex, Mac must prove to Daisy that she can trust him again and that together, they can have it all.
Cindy Spencer Pape
Intergalactic bounty hunters Tabrin Jones and Zeyd Vasari, sometime lovers and continual rivals, are trapped for twenty-four hours in a tiny escape pod. To make matters worse, the atmosphere in the pod has the effect of loosening inhibitions. Amid the marathon sexual experience of a lifetime, will Zeyd also be able to convince Tab that they belong together forever?
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November 13, 2009
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Excerpt from Flavors of Ecstasy I by Cindy Spencer Pape
"All you have to do is tell us what you see."
Iris Thompson pulled her oversized sweater closer and stared at Bill, the detective who'd requested her assistance--her psychic assistance. Bill's wife was one of Iris' clients and although Bill was clearly skeptical of Iris' abilities, he'd called her at his wife's encouragement to help him solve a recent string of suspicious suicides.
Iris was just as nervous as Bill. She'd never worked with the police before although she'd been psychic all her life. She'd only recently moved to Nashville from Atlanta, where the police hadn't wanted anything to do with her brand of help. Her intuition had brought her here and as her gaze scanned Bill's tiny office, she wondered if this was why--this new direction with her psychic ability.
"I suspect foul play." Bill's chair creaked when he leaned back and laced his fingers behind his head. "I have no leads. Nothing to go on. I was wondering if you'd be able to find anything to link these deaths."
"You mean like the murderer?" Iris blurted. She scooted to the edge of her chair. Common sense told her to snatch up her purse and get the hell out of here but something in her intuition niggled at her to stay.
Bill's eyebrow arched. "Precisely." He pursed his lips.
"But why use a psychic? Why me?" she asked. "Haven't you consulted a criminal profiler?" Her gaze dropped to the file on his desk. She could see the corners of the photographs inside peeping out from under the edge of a manila folder.
Bill pushed the file toward her, tempting her to take it. "We've consulted two profilers. Nada. Zip. Zilch. They independently and collectively came to the educated conclusion that these were copycat deaths."
Iris swallowed thickly. She brushed her fingertips over the folder. Chills broke out at her wrist and skittered up her arm. She willed her psychic senses to calm. "That's what the papers say--that these men killed themselves."
Tapping his foot on the floor impatiently, Bill stared. "I'm interested in what you think."
When she'd read the account of the first man's death in the paper, her gut instinct had told her there was more to the story than the authorities knew. Now that three men had died under suspiciously similar circumstances, she knew the deaths were connected. They'd died--one each week--on Friday afternoons, all seemingly by their own hands. Still, there was more. Iris could tell because psychic energy crackled in the area of her solar plexus so fiercely she found it difficult to breathe.