Monday, May 7, 2012

I'm very excited to be blogging today at TRS because I have great news to share with everyone! Claim Me, the fourth story in my Body Scenes series (which are all stand-alones, but more enjoyable read in order!) received a 5-Heart review from The Romance Studio! Reviewer Amy says: "I loved this book! The chemistry between Jane and her werewolves is just plain hot, not to mention it's just a fun, well-written quick read. This is the fourth book in the Body Scenes series, however it easily stands alone. In fact, this is the first book in the series that I've read and I completely enjoyed it. The only thing finding out it was the fourth in the series did was make me want to go and read the other three!" Overall rating: 5 Hearts Sensuality rating: Explicit Reviewer: Amy Hopkins April 23, 2012 Much thanks to Amy for that! I really enjoyed writing the book, particularly as the series evolved into four very unique stories that remained connected via the naughty night club and art gallery, Body Scenes, and took a number of unexpected twists and turns. Claim Me is not for the faint of heart--it's an erotic romance between a vampire and two shapeshifters who have imprinted on her. There's an element of danger, but also a very steamy romance! About Claim Me: Jane Van Kamp longs for a human’s touch. Being a vampire, however, precludes her from seeking an elusive fulfillment and ever-burning craving...until one unexpected night when two devastatingly handsome and intensely passionate shapeshifters imprint on her. Werewolf alpha Jude Marks isn’t accustomed to sharing a mate, but what choice does he have when both he and his second, Cray McKinley, pick up the beautiful British vampire’s seductive scent and are innately and physically drawn to her? What starts out as a sticky situation turns into a touchy-feely one that results in a scorching-hot, three-way love affair. But the wolves are being hunted by an ousted pack member looking for revenge and they’ve already suffered one loss—Jude’s former lover. Suddenly, more than Jane’s heart is on the too is her very existence. Read an excerpt here! Happy Monday! Calista

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