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MADELINE IVA My stories combine a lot of fun with feisty, steamy sex. My first novella ‘Sexsomnia‘ is published in THE LADY SMUT BOOK OF DARK DESIRES. I’m a member of RWA, and Washington Romance Writers. I organize romance panels for LOVE FEST at Virginia Festival of the Book. You can find out more about me, my books, and LOVE FEST by visiting my website. Follow me on Twitter: @madelineiva. Friend me on facebook.
ELIZABETH SHORE I’ve always loved erotic contemporary and historical romance. The strong-willed ladies who defy conventional restrictions and have the kind of sex and relationships they want (rather than what society/family dictates) are endlessly appealing to read — and to write. I’ve written several historicals and have had two published with Kensington (under the pen name Liz Madison) and one soon to be released from the Wild Rose Press called Desire Rising. I’ve also taken the contemporary erotic romance world for a spin. Hot Bayou Nights published by the Wild Rose Press is set in the Louisiana bayou at a king cobra research facility. It’s a m/f sizzler chock full of sultry, steamy deliciousness. I’m a member of RWA and the President of my local chapter, Hudson Valley Romance. Visit my website, like me on Facebook, and follow my tweets @renaissance11.
KIERSTEN HALLIE KRUM writes romantic suspense stories about quick-witted, self-rescuing heroines and the clever, capable heroes who fall for them. OK, actually, she writes about deeply flawed women with massive trust issues who have a thing for bad boys and a knack for getting into trouble. Commune with her on Facebook. Obsess with her on Twitter. Check out her author blog here.
ALEXA DAY writes interracial erotica and erotic romance with heroines who are anything but innocent. A former bartender and recovering attorney, she was born in Brooklyn and raised in the New South. She likes her romances with just a touch of the inappropriate, and she hesitates to admit that she hasn’t read that much Jane Austen. Her literary mission is to stimulate the intellect and libido of her readers with interracial romances set in each of romance subgenres. You can keep up with her on Facebook, watch TV with her via Twitter and follow her blog at www.alexajday.com.