Lacey Savage

Archive for March, 2009

Nothing to Fear
Sunday, March 29th, 2009
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Here’s an excerpt from my latest…Enjoy!

Nothing to Fear

by Lacey Savage

cover art by Natalie Winters

Publisher: Loose Id

ISBN (13): 978-1-59632-905-8

Genre(s): Erotic, contemporary

Length: Omnibus

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Excerpt:

The last time Meadow had boarded an airplane, she had been sixteen. Unlike this massive three-hundred-passenger jet, that aircraft had been a four-seater private plane with one pilot, no flight attendants, and only two additional passengers — Meadow and her mother, Diane. Her father, John, had piloted, a celebratory maiden voyage after gaining his license. His first and last.

The recycled air flooding the cabin slipped beneath Meadow’s jacket … Read More »

Recommendation: COLD AS ICE, by Anne Stuart
Sunday, March 29th, 2009
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Cold As Ice by Anne Stuart

rating: 5 of 5 stars

Anne Stuart continues her reign as the queen of romantic suspense. She writes Alpha heroes better than anyone, and she’s not afraid to delve into controversial subject matter. Her characters are not cookie-cutter by any means; they’re fully realized people who feel so real, I almost expected them to walk off the page. COLD AS ICE features a wonderful, believable love story between two strong people perfect for each other. I’m looking forward to the next book in this unforgettable series. (A+)

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NOTHING TO FEAR – Release Day Interview
Tuesday, March 24th, 2009
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The lovely and super-talented Beth Kery has once again interviewed me regarding my latest release, NOTHING TO FEAR (out today at Loose Id!).
Yeah, it’s another Total Exposure Release Day. This time, it’s Ms. Lacey in the hot seat for her Loose ID Omnibus NOTHING TO FEAR.

What a lovely interview. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this, Beth.

1. Congrats Lacey. NOTHING TO FEAR is a terrific idea–three erotic stories about three different women who have various fears and phobias and the four hot men who help them get past those fears. What was the genesis Read More »

Finished reading… Unbound, by Lori Devoti
Sunday, March 15th, 2009
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Unbound by Lori Devoti


A surprisingly dark story about the torment of servitude and the power of love to break the chains of enslavement. I didn’t think Harlequin let their authors run with such savage characterization and brutal imagery, but I’m glad they did. The villain was truly heinous, so cheering for the good guys came easy… even when I wasn’t quite sure who the good guys were. (B+)

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Two additions to my "must have" list
Saturday, March 14th, 2009
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We’re all readers first. For me as a reader, the best erotic romance is raw, darkly seductive and intensely emotional.

I spent a few hours this afternoon roaming the Amber Heat and Amber Allure websites and updating my wish lists. Reading excerpts is a great way to select new books, and I wanted to highlight two exquisite snippets that took my breath away. As a reader, this is the type of stuff that has me reaching for my credit card.

From Vivien Dean’s STILL, LIFE

From his seat on the small couch, Joe drank in the broad expanse of Israel’s … Read More »

In Search of the Perfect Craft Book
Thursday, March 5th, 2009
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I came home today with a mission: I was determined to go through my storage room (which is crammed tight with boxes from our last move in preparation for our next move) and find my favorite writing craft book. What is it, you ask?

Well, I could tell you, but then I’d have to–

No, okay, you’re right. I won’t do anything dramatic. Instead, I’ll count down my top 5 favorite craft books and reveal the one that had me digging through storage at the end.

5. The Right to Write, by Julia Cameron

4. Word Work: Surviving and Read More »