Sunday, December 4, 2011

Good Morning from Emily Cale

Happy Sunday! My name is Emily Cale and I'm here celebrating the release of Honeymoon Suite, my new erotic romance. I'll be giving away a copy of my new story to one commenter today, plus a few other prizes that you'll hear about in later posts.

About me? I'm a multi-published erotic romance writer. I mainly do contemporary and western, but I've been known to dabble in paranormal and a few other genres. I love giving my characters the happy endings they desire.

How about a peek at Honeymoon Suite?

Laurie had practically given up on finding someone who was willing to save sex for marriage. Then she found Matt, an amazingly wonderful and sexy man who was willing to wait until after they said “I do.” Now that the ceremony and reception have finally ended, she can’t wait to get him up to their hotel room, hang up the “Do Not Disturb” sign and spend the night acting out all the dirty fantasies that have filled her head since their engagement.

Matt can’t think of anything he wants more than to please his new wife. She’s always been shy and private, but on their wedding night, she turns into an irresistible vixen. Nothing would make him happier than spending the entire night exploring every curve of her luscious body.

The two newlyweds are finally alone together and the whole evening lies ahead. Laces and buttons come undone…and Matt and Laurie discover some things are most definitely worth waiting for.

I'll be back soon to tell you more about what inspired me to write this story. Don't forget to leave your email in the comments so I can contact you if you win.


mnjcarter said...

I can't even imagine, in this day and age,how difficult it would be to find that person. I don't think there are many people "waiting" until they get married, especially men. I have 4 kids in school and constantly hear the statistics of teens and preteens engaging in sex. They start sex ed now in the Elementary schools.

Emily Cale said...

Thanks for stopping by, mnjcarter. It is definitely difficult for people. Though I can't speak for myself, I have a number of friends who waited and found great husbands who also waited. For them, it was about finding the right social circles to hang out in.

That said, I think Sex Ed is incredibly important, no matter what you plan to do. Plans change, people change. Information if huge.

Debby said...

Sounds hot. I would love to read an excerpt
debby236 at gmail dot com

Emily Cale said...

Thanks, Debby. I'll have an excerpt up in another hour or two :)

Maria D. said...

This sounds really good! I'll look for the excerpt


Emily Cale said...

Thanks, Maria! The excerpt is posted here:

Jen B. said...

Oooo, I am intrigued. It's really unusual for a romance to make the couple wait for marriage!