Things That Go Bump in the Night

I love a good paranormal read. My favorite authors are Jeaneine Frost, JK Rowling, Stephenie Meyer, Charlaine Harris, and Jim Butcher, all of whom write books with supernatural themes. For that reason, writing about the paranormal comes easy for me, and I have not only written about psychics, but also tackled demons, demidemons, shapeshifters, witches, vampires and werewolves.

My Ladies in Red series (by me as Jael Gates) is about four vampire princesses taking on sexy guys who have no idea their lady loves have fangs. These erotic novellas were great fun to write.  The first is called A Sip of Red.  There are five, total.  These are short reads.

Writing as Jocelyn Michel, I tackled the age-old theme of vampires vs. werewolves with my Assassins in Lace erotic novella series. It’s pure hate that motivates my vampire assassins to stalk some very wily wolves…or is it? Unexpected attraction puts a new spin on their situations, and in no time murder is the last thing on anyone’s mind. The first is called Impressions.  There are four short reads in the series.

Phoenix Burning, my first full-length erotic romance has paranormal elements, too. Written by me as Jocelyn Michel, this book delves into mythology by featuring a heroine who is cursed when she accidentally breaks a phoenix egg. Every time the season changes, Kristy Tremaine goes up in flames only to arise from the ashes with a new body. That makes romance pretty tricky, especially when she falls for a doctor who might be a keeper. While she loves only one man, he is ultimately attracted to four different women. Can a guy like that even be trusted?

Love Trade by Jocelyn Michel, my second full-length erotic romance is about a young woman who is forced to enter The Palace of the Sevens, a den of iniquity owned by Asmodeus, one of the demons of hell. She goes there to bargain for the soul of her father, who has a large gambling debt. Tori can save him only if she agrees to give up her true love (the emotion, not the man) by the full moon. Unfortunately, Torie doesn’t even have a boyfriend when the countdown begins. Though this plot sounds heavy, I can promise that my sense of humor kicked in early on.

Check out my website to see all the covers and for a complete list of titles.

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