Carol Lynne on Unconventional in San Diego ~ Guest Blog, Local Giveaway

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Title: Unconventional in San Diego
Author: Carol Lynne, Amber Kell, TA Chase, Jambrea Jo Jones and Devon Rhodes
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Cover Artist: Unknown
Genre: Contemporary, Fiction, Gay, Paranormal


‘Fate’s Bridge’ by Carol Lynne
Is it possible for a soul to be reborn inside another?
What would you do if you discovered someone harboring a soul you recognized as one from a deceased loved one? For vampire Roman Gschwind, the scenario becomes a reality when he meets Bodi Rain.

‘Coming in Third’ by Amber Kell
Love sometimes comes in threes.
Jovan and Luka have been searching for their third for years. When Niall stumbles into the bar, their shifter instincts tell them the innocent fae could be their long sought mate. After a sensual night together, they’re certain the beautiful man was fated to be theirs.

‘The Unicorn Said Yes’ by TA Chase
When an innocent human virgin meets the king of the unicorn herd, it’s not just legends that come true.
As the unicorn king and the virgin begin to fall in love, there are darker forces working behind the scenes to take advantage of the unicorn legends for their own evil purpose. Neither Ivan nor Carney are safe alone, but together, they just might be strong enough to keep Ivan alive.

‘Blood on the Moon’ by Jambrea Jo Jones
Be careful what you wish for, especially when you’re a witch.
Can a witch and an incubus solve the mystery before one of them dies? The blood on the moon wasn’t the only thing they had to worry about. Meddling family, close calls with death and a missing witch are enough to keep anyone busy, but can Kishar and Montague still find time for love?

‘A Silver of Sunset’ by Devon Rhodes
From one-night stand to nurse and patient—is it crazy to expect more?
Dominic can’t believe his luck when bravely striking up a conversation with the hottest guy he’s ever seen leads to the best sex he’s ever had. When he wakes up—no surprise—Angelo is gone. A week later, he’s shocked when he walks in to meet a new oncology patient to find Angelo fighting for his life and dependent upon his care.
Will their timing ever improve, or will Angelo’s time run out before they get a chance?

Unconventional in San Diego is the third GRL Anthology…

Unconventional in San Diego is the third GRL Anthology I’ve been involved with. Life got in the way last year, so I was unable to contribute a story, but no way was I going to miss it again this year. I can’t begin to tell you how much I like and respect the other authors in this annual anthology.

Several years ago, I was lucky enough to co-write three books with the unbelievably talented TA Chase, The Haunting of St. Xavier, Dracul’s Blood and Anarchy in Blood. Those three stories are still among my favorites, and I can say with all honesty, that I couldn’t imagine a better writing partner.

I met Amber Kell in New Orleans at the first GRL Retreat and liked her immediately. I spent more time with her a few years later when we shared a gorgeous log cabin with several other authors at a publisher retreat. Those days of sitting on a couch while drinking coffee and gabbing our heads off cemented the fact that I genuinely like her. She’s the kind of woman I’d hang out with if she was my neighbor, which is huge because I don’t normally care to know anything about my neighbors.

The equally talented Devon Rhodes has had my back for a long time. She’s always been there for me when I needed a shoulder to lean on. For several years, Devon was my editor at Totally Bound, but before and after her stint as the woman I enjoyed torturing, she was a friend. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve emailed her with tears running down my chubby little face because a story wasn’t working or because my life sucked. Being an author as well as an editor seems to allow her the superpower of understanding. I can remember the way she hugged me at last year’s GRL Retreat when I had a mini-breakdown. She wiped my tears and whispered encouraging words in my ear. It was something I will never forget because she truly earned a place in my heart that night.

What’s there to say about Jambrea Jo Jones that every other author in this industry hasn’t already said? Jambrea’s passion for this genre is extraordinary. She’s always there to cheer on anyone who’s having a bad or good day. She’s the first to share and help promote fellow writers, the first to beta a story if I’m not sure about it, and the first to offer encouraging words when I’m feeling down. I grew to love this woman online for her positive attitude and was so excited to meet her at the first GRL she attended. I was so surprised to discover how shy she is. Even after talking online for a few years, Jambrea was so incredibly quiet and reserved in person that I started to wonder if she was the same woman I’d been corresponding with. Then she smiled, and I knew the sunshine that emanated from her was the same sunshine I’d witnessed through her words online. The huge heart she’s forced to lug around shows in everything she does from squeeing to writing.

There you have them. My fellow authors, my friends.


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About the Author

An avid reader for years, one day Carol Lynne decided to write her own brand of erotic romance. Carol juggles between being a full-time mother and a full-time writer. These days, you can usually find Carol either cleaning jelly out of the carpet or nestled in her favourite chair writing steamy love scenes.


Farewell Giveaway
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.

Thank you so much for your support over the last 4 years. Prism will be closing its doors on 1 April 2017. All content will remain available, but no new content will appear after 31 Mar 2017. As such all request forms have been turned off. Again Thank you,

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