Yesterday I posted a guest blog from author Kate Rothwell and today we have more about the author and her books…
About Kate (in her own words):
Kate Rothwell writes historicals, lives in Connecticut with a husband, three boys and a dog. For a lot of years, she held a variety of jobs but now she just writes fiction which is the best job so far, though not as conversation worthy as artist model or Saab service manager. She spent a lot of years writing articles and writing fiction is way better. She can now make up the spelling of names and lie like a dog about the facts.
She has the most fun when she takes on the persona of Summer Devon who writes erotic romance—historical, paranormal, whatever she wants.
And here is more about some of her releases, both as Kate Rothwell and Summer Devon…
Somebody Wonderful by Kate Rothwell
Timona Calverson’s adventures as she traipsed across continents with her fossil-hunting father might have formed the blueprint for the Perils of Pauline. Now the sensible Timona has had her fill of her perilous life of adventure, yet she is uncertain where she can settle happily. Her family is wealthy and related to aristocracy, but a Season in London showed her that she will not fit in society.
She is forced into one more escapade when she is kidnapped in New York. After she escapes unharmed she is knocked unconscious, and then rescued by Michael McCann, a recent Irish immigrant and New York City police officer. When she wakes in his flat, Timona is physically and emotionally stirred by a man for the first time. She hopes to stay with the generous and strong Mick. But first she must convince him they belong together. And she must elude would-be kidnappers and bureaucrats from her family’s company intent on destroying her plans for her future with Mick.
Somebody to Love by Kate Rothwell
ABOVE ALL OTHERS
Everything Griffin Calverson ever touched turned to gold, but his worldly success has only isolated him. Despite his millions, he is essentially alone and sworn to remain so — until he meets Araminta Woodhall, whose sultry beauty sets his heart on fire. Griffin loves her beyond all reason — though by the rules of his social circle, they cannot marry. But Araminta will not agree to be merely his mistress…
AGAINST ALL ODDS
Raised in humble circumstances, Araminta has grown strong in the face of adversity — her courage and pride have always gotten her through. But Griffin Calverson may be her only weakness — and her only refuge in an unforgiving world. She can’t seem to tell him goodbye…and she will settle for nothing less than all his love…
Revealing Skills by Summer Devon
The untrained skills coursing through her might kill a man, but what a way to die.
When Gilrohan, shapeshifter and king’s man, is thrown into a dank prison cell, his only option is clear, turn himself into a rat and escape. But fleeing the iron bars is easier than escaping the quick hands of the woman who captures him, and undoes his magic. Her undiscovered power is a rare gift, and a mystery even to her.
Tabica lives as a slave to her oversexed overlord. Life seems grim until the furry tesslerat shifts into a sleek, naked man beneath her hands. Gilrohan wants to explore her power, and she wants to explore him. Together, they discover that magic can actually work between two people whose lives and love should never have intertwined. But her awakened skills land her into a new existence that threatens to be as dreary as her old one.
The Knight’s Challenge by Summer Devon
He agrees to her challenge, but only if she’s the prize. And this dragon never loses.
I Dream of Dragons I
Sarkany has collected a fine hoard, including much of a small New England city.
But Miranda knows his true nature. To drive this dragon from her home, she issues Sarkany a challenge—give it up or get out.
He’s more than ready to play her game, but only on his terms. After all, what could be better than to add the beautiful knight to his collection?
Okay, so I decided to edit this to add a question…visit Kate’s websites (or read the descriptions above) and let me know which books catch your eye?
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