by Kiersten Hallie Krum Happy Independence Day, Lady Smutters! Okay, so I’m one day early, but given the greatness of my usual lateness, I’m gonna go with that. I hope you’re enjoying your long, holiday weekend, celebrating our great country and reading lots of hot romance. Due to day job crazy and book deadlines, I will
Browsing tag: Megan Crane
by Kiersten Hallie Krum The highly anticipated, third installment of Megan Crane’s EDGE series, EDGE OF POWER, is finally here. Okay, technically, it releases tomorrow. Allow me the dramatic flourish. This is Wulf’s book, the charismatic, fear-inspiring, panties-melting, ruthless leader of the raider brotherhood. Fans of the EDGE series have been greatly anticipating his book
by Kiersten Hallie Krum Lady Smut favorite Megan Crane is back in the bayou with her Devil’s Keepers motorcycle club in Devil’s Mark. I took a look at the first book in the series, Devil’s Honor, last fall. Look! A blurb! Holly Chambless is tired of being the squeaky clean daughter of Lagrange’s holier-than-thou mayor.
by Kiersten Hallie Krum Wouldn’t *that* be something to find under your tree on Christmas morning? Alas, there was no bearded, growly, alpha yet somehow feminist-supportive, muscled, steaming hot biker stud awaiting me this Christmas morn. (Next year, Santa!) Thank God for biker romance! Let me help you end your holiday of joyous over-eating and being nice
by Kiersten Hallie Krum A few weeks ago, I wrote about the new TV show Good Behavior, calling it the dark romance you should be watching. Here’s what I said then about the dark romance: Lately in Romancelandia, the dark romance has become a thing–or a thing again as some form of dark romance has been
by Kiersten Hallie Krum Despite the 80 degree days here in New Jersey, Autumn is definitely beginning to creep its way in, thank sweet baby Jesus. I actually lowered the two kitchen windows yesterday because the nights have been too cold to keep them open. (Other windows will stay open till the first frost. What can
by Megan Crane A while back—after rashly agreeing to write a series of dystopian romances centered around futuristic Vikings because sure, that sounded like fun—I had to ask myself a very serious question: what would sex be like after the world ended? In my Edge series, the world is ravaged by high seas and decades