eBook Contest January 18

Here are the eBooks for this week’s Winning Wednesday contest:

Title: Convenient Strangers by Cara McKenna
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: M/M, Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Length: Novella


After three weeks of post-breakup wallowing, Adam’s in dire need of a cold drink and a cure for his romantic hangover. At his favorite bar, he spots that cure in the form of a six-foot-something muscular man, custom built to Adam’s fantasy-rebound specifications. But his hopes for a therapeutic one-night stand are dashed the second he approaches the decidedly surly English stranger.

Stephen’s nursing romantic wounds of his own—fresh ones. He cut his closet-case lover loose just hours earlier, and now, heartbroken and homeless, he wants to be left alone to drown his sorrows in peace. But that’s no excuse for snapping at the friendly, handsome guy who only wanted to flirt. Plus, if anyone needs to be reminded how good a bad idea can feel, it’s Stephen.

Both men could use a reckless rebound to cleanse their palates. The sexy, dirty solace of drowning in a stranger’s hands, mouth and body. But when something deeper sparks, strings-free one-nighters never look so simple in the morning light.

An Exotika™ erotica story from Ellora’s Cave

Title: Because of Joe by Liz Flaherty
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 152 pages


Tell knew the moment he saw her that she was the one. He offered Rags eternal love, children and a seat in his hammock. It was a match made in heaven. How could she say no?

Even though things should have been perfect, each took wrong turns. Rags and Tell found themselves on a one-way street traveling the wrong direction. Their marriage collapsed in a sea of accusations and disappointment.

Years later, they meet again, their memories as fresh as if it were yesterday. Instant physical attraction and emotional connection blindside them, leading them back to that perfect place.

And then there’s Joe.

Title: A Perfect Storm Rising by Cameron Dane
Publisher: Loose Id, LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance, BDSM, M/M & F/F elements, Menage
Length: Novel Plus


On an island off the coast of Maine, Lucien Cabot monitors the dark clouds rolling across a bleak sky. Patience and planning have been Lucien’s two closest friends for years, and now Mother Nature has aligned to create the perfect storm he needs to exact his revenge.

Television producer Sophie Emerson can’t believe her luck when the mysterious owner of Raven Island offers her a story about the island and castle. She really can’t believe it. Still, if real, this offer could be the break her career needs. Although suspicious, Sophie agrees to meet Lucien at his home.

Gotcha. Lucien can taste victory — if he can resist the keen intelligence, beauty, and light in Sophie. Falling for his guest is the last thing Lucien can afford to do.

Trapped on Raven Island, Sophie is shocked by her powerful desire to know more about Ravenstoke’s clever, darkly attractive master. In secret, Sophie also searches for the truth behind her invitation to Lucien’s island.

A perfect storm of fierce attraction and unbending revenge soon rages behind the walls of Ravenstoke. In the aftermath, once the debris has cleared, will Sophie’s love for Lucien be enough to end his dark revenge and bring him back into the light?

Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, BDSM theme and elements, bondage, exhibitionism, same-sex sexual practices (f/f, m/m), menage.

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13 Responses to eBook Contest January 18

  1. Cec

    Convenient Strangers sounds interesting! 

  2. Eileen

    Because of Joe looks like a good read. Thanks for the chance.

  3. ella

    Title: A Perfect Storm Rising by Cameron Dane
    I would love the above title. thanks,E


  4. Tracey D

    If chosen, I would like Convenient Strangers by Cara McKenna, please.


  5. elaing8

    my choice is Convenient Strangers by Cara McKenna.
    Thanks for the giveaway

  6. My choice would be Convenient Strangers by Cara McKenna

  7. Cathy M

    I would love to read Cara’s, Convenient Strangers.

    cathy m
    caity_mack at yahoo dot com

  8. Janet Hagen

    Cara McKenna’s Convenient Strangers. I have been a fan ever since I read Shivaree and the follow up stories, and my favorite “Willing Victim”. Loved that book. She had some good M/m stories and menage, well written and spicy.

  9. Timitra

    Cameron Dane’s A Perfect Storm rising sounds really good!!!

  10. Shane C

    Convenient Strangers sounds so hot and tantalizing! That would definitely be my pick!

    Thank you for the awesome contest! 😀

  11. Mel

    A Perfect Storm Rising peaks my interest! Thanks for the awesome contests!

  12. Sherry

    A Perfect Storm Rising sounds excellent. I’d love to read that one. 🙂

  13. Midia

    Convenient Strangers by Cara McKenna