Unexpectedly lovely, fantastic and exciting. Well over a year and half after its release, the anthology, PURE SEX (July 2006) has gone back to the printers for another print run.
A little update on this set of stories: THE BET by Lucinda Betts took the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence in published romance fiction for the novella category.
The Gayle Wilson contest is judged by avid readers of romance and booksellers.
My story, SLOW HAND is connected to ROCK SOLID in BUILT (August 2007). Jared MacKay is the owner/captain of a Caribbean charter boat that offers honeymoons. When a jilted bride shows up, Jared teaches her the meaning of SLOW HAND. His brother Jake is the hero in ROCK SOLID.
And in THE CRIB, the talented Sasha White takes us on a first person investigation of drugs and frame-ups with Lexy and Devon. This story blew my mind when I first read it. But, since then Sasha has proven over and over again that she's a fantastic spinner of tales.
So, while a lot of our posts here are about our new and wonderful releases, this time, I thought I'd do a short trip back to celebrate what came before the books you're reading now.
(The last time one of the anthologies I've been in went back for another printing was when THE HARD STUFF went back for a fourth edition!)
P.S. One lucky commenter today will win a signed copy (First Edition!) of PURE SEX...
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