Saturday, December 29, 2012

ELLE JAMES Gets Lost

GET LOST IN THIS STORY…

Billionaire Online Dating Service. It's new, it's exclusive. Let's test it!

How did Billionaire Cooper Johnson allow himself to get roped into testing a brand new online dating system? After making a fortune day-trading stocks, he's on track to accomplish all his life goals, except marriage and a family. As a billionaire, meeting the right woman is a minefield of gold-diggers, false eyelashes and surgically enhanced women. The Billionaire Online Dating Service matches hand-picked, screened clientele with the mates of their dreams. Or so the package was sold. As a favor for a friend, Cooper finds himself on the Rockin' J Ranch confronting his "date's" four tough looking cowboy brothers. When their girl-next-door, long, tall, gorgeous sister steps out on the porch, Cooper doesn't know whether to run to her or away. One date, that's all he's signed up for and he can be out of there. Or will one date be enough?

She had everything—a fiancé, a great future, love...until she lost it all

Still mourning the loss of her fiancé who died two years ago, Emma Jacobs can't imagine loving anyone else. But her four brothers won't quit pushing men her way. In a desperate attempt to throw her brothers off her back, she engages her friend's dating service to find a pasty-faced businessman sure to fail her brothers' husband criteria. Maybe then her brothers will finally back off and leave her alone.

Best laid plans tend to blow up in Emma's face. When her date turns out to be everything her brothers are looking for in a husband for Emma, she's got a bigger problem than she started out with. She lets Cooper in on her plan to have him date and dump her. Surprisingly he goes along with it. But Cooper has plans of his own. And they don't involve dumping the determined, sexy, independent cowgirl.

Note: Make a stop at Myla Jackson's Ugly Stick Saloon in this story and say hi to old friends.

Billionaire Husband Test
Billionaire Online Dating Service Series
Dec 2012




Since my spam filter was feeling very Grinch-like and I wasn’t able to get Elle’s post up in time the day after Christmas, I am re-posting Elle’s blog again over the weekend AND giving away 3 $10 Gift Cards to commenters’ bookseller of choice throughout the weekend! Take THAT, Grinch spam folder…

Now, onto the interview! Please welcome back Elle James to the blog today. This incredibly talented author needs no introduction, but if you’d like to see her past interviews to learn even more about her, you can visit them HEREand HERE!

Elle James aka Myla Jackson spent twenty years livin' and lovin' in South Texas, ranching horses, cattle, goats, ostriches and emus. A former IT professional, Elle is proud to be writing full-time, penning intrigues and paranormal adventures that keep her readers on the edge of their seats. She has 31 works with Harlequin, self published works under pen name Elle James, over 40 works with other publishers including Samhain, Elloras' Cave, Kensington and Avon and 18 works self-published under pen name Myla Jackson. Now living in northwest Arkansas, she isn't wrangling cattle, she's wrangling her muses, a malti-poo and yorkie. When she's not at her computer, she's traveling, out snow-skiing, boating, or riding her ATV, dreaming up new stories.


HEATHER: What’s your favorite movie of all time?

ELLE: I can't pick just one! I've always been a big fan of musicals, MY FAIR LADY and SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS will always be near and dear to my heart. I love, love, loved AVATAR. I think because my favorite color is blue (hehe), oh and it has a great storyline. And lately, I totally got into THE AVENGERS! Thor melted my bones, Iron Man has such great attitude, Captain America was a military man and Hulk? OMG, he cracked me up when he punched Thor...


HEATHER: How often to you get lost in a story?

ELLE:Because I have two pen names, I'm writing every minute of the day, or so it seems. I rarely have time to read. Lately, I read the advance readers copy of a great story coming out by my sister Delilah Devlin. It's a paranormal, Memphis cop story called SHATTERED SOULS. I couldn't put it down and lost two days of writing because I was lost in the story!

HEATHER: What’s your favorite “love” word?

ELLE:I love the word passion. It's stronger than the word love and makes me scoot to the edge of my seat when I hear or read the word. Passion can burn in one's heart for another person, an art, a way of life. Love is soft and fuzzy. Passion is hard, raging and intense. I like the intensity.

HEATHER: If you couldn’t be a writer anymore, what profession would you take up?

ELLE:I'd take up graphic art. I think it's the creative side of me. I like making beautiful things, whether it's a story that elicits emotion or a work of art that makes you look twice. I can't paint my way out of a box, but I love creating.

HEATHER: What is something that not a lot of people know about you but you WISH more people COULD know?

ELLE:I love to brag about my most interesting job. I worked one summer as a State Park Interpretive Naturalist. I led hikes, hayrides and nature talks. One of my duties was to give a slide show in the amphitheater and talk about snakes found in the park. We had a collection of snakes I would bring out for the patrons to see and touch. They called me the Snake Lady.

HEATHER: What dreams have been realized as a result of your writing?

ELLE:I'm fortunate that I was able to quit the IT profession and write full time. I've always wanted to write, but until it paid enough, I couldn't do it full time. Now I can. I've also wanted to be a published author. I published my first book in 2005 and now have many books in print and in several foreign languages. I am able to travel a lot more. In the last 7 years, I've been to Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Guam, Virgin Islands, Italy, England, Ireland, Canada, Alaska and many states and provinces getting to and from Alaska on a 5-week trip. I count myself fortunate and think that my writing has given me the opportunities to go different places as well as some of the income needed to get there.

HEATHER: Dog person or cat person?

ELLE:I love both. But I have to think that the nurturer in me loves dogs more. They are a lot needier than cats and I need to be needed. As my children grew up and moved away, I found that I needed surrogate children. I have a Yorkie and a Malti-poo that are now my "children." Gotta love em!

HEATHER: How much money does it take to be happy?

ELLE:Just enough to allow me to travel. I don't have to travel first class and it doesn't always have to be to a foreign country. I love to explore different places and the people are always what makes the places so much fun and interesting. I don't have to live in a big expensive house, as long as I have a space for my office so that I can keep writing and weaving magical stories to get lost in.

HEATHER’S GOTTA ASK – ELLE’S GOTTA ANSWER J

HEATHER: What draws you to strong, earthy women and men?

ELLE: I grew up as a military brat. My dad wore a uniform every day but his roots were as a poor farm boy from Arkansas. I grew up the scrappy 3rd child of 4, living on Air Force Bases. We never knew a dull moment. We left the house practically at sunrise and didn't return until dark. If we did, mom was sure to put us to work. We hiked, biked, rode horses, swam and lived life to the fullest. Much of that time was spent in Texas, thus it appears as a setting in many of my books. When my father retired, we landed back in Arkansas on a small farm where we raised cows, chickens and dogs. We rode horses, canoed the rivers and swam in the lakes. More of a tomboy, I connect with women who aren't afraid to lift a bale of hay or ride the ornery horse. I like men with calloused hands and a strong work ethic and a way with gentling high-spirited creatures.

GOT A QUESTION YOU’D LIKE TO ASK YOUR FANS?
ELLE: What do you like about cowboys and Texas?

WILL YOU HAVE A DRAWING FROM THOSE LEAVING COMMENTS?
ELLE: Leave a comment on what you like about cowboys and Texas for a chance to win one of 3 $10 Gift cards to your bookseller of choice!

TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR ELLE’S GIVEWAY, REMEMBER TO LEAVE YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS ALONG WITH YOUR COMMENT!

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Friday, December 28, 2012

Welcome Back, Danita!

We had some technical difficulties the first time Danita Cahill came to visit, so today, I'm reposting her interview for those of you who missed it.

Please join me in welcoming Danita!

ABOUT DANITA CAHILL

Danita Cahill is a freelance writer and photographer. She lives in the Pacific NW on a small farm with her husband, two sons and their animals – a horse, several cats and guinea pigs, a herd of alpacas, and two dogs – neither of which has red eyes. Danita stays busy taking photographs, writing, and trying to keep up with her young sons. She’s currently working on various newspaper and magazine assignments and her next book.

ABOUT MIST

Go about your lives as usual. Use common sense. Be aware of your surroundings.

Easy for the Roseland Police Chief to say. Not so easy for the community to do. Not when residents of their Oregon coastal town keep vanishing. Who – or what – is snatching citizens? Is it aliens? A serial killer? Or a feral pack of red-eyed dogs?

Detective Kevin McCoffey is determined to solve the case.

When young, widowed photographer, Dianne Harris and her infant daughter find themselves face to face with the killer, Kevin races to yank them to safety. But is he too late? With help from both the town’s fortuneteller and the ghost of Dianne’s dead grandmother, Kevin and Dianne battle their own demons and their shared past history as they rush to save Dianne’s baby from the killer’s grip.

Mist is available in paperback or for Kindle


GET TO KNOW DANITA CAHILL

MAUREEN:  What’s your favorite holiday?

DANITA:  I feel like I should say Thanksgiving since the bulk of Mist takes place the day before Thanksgiving and on Thanksgiving Day. But the story does extend through Christmas, which is actually my favorite holiday. I like the memories made with family at Christmas time. I like the sharing, the decorating, the baking, the good will – the whole shebang.

MAUREEN:  Where do you most like to read and how often?

DANITA:  I read every chance I get – at night in bed, while I eat lunch, before Zumba and while I’m waiting for my kids to get out of school. I try to keep up with multiple magazine and newspaper subscriptions and I’m usually reading at least two, sometimes as many as eight fiction and/or nonfiction books at a time. There’s never enough time to read everything I’d like to!

MAUREEN:  What’s your favorite kind of story to get lost in?

DANITA:  I’m an eclectic reader. I like some of everything – mysteries, horror, romance, literary novels, thrillers and all sorts of nonfiction. Guess I got that from my mom. She had Stephen King and Dean Koontz on her bookshelves next to the inspirational romances and her quilting books.

MAUREEN:  What’s the first book you remember reading?

DANITA:  The first book I remember reading was a character-driven work of fiction involving a hero named Dick, a heroine named Jane and a dog named Spot. Ha! Oh, did I ever just date myself, or what?

MAUREEN:  Um, I remember Dick and Jane and Spot, too. :) Who was your favorite teacher in grade school? Why?

DANITA:  Mrs. Cowen, my fifth-grade teacher was one of my favorites. She understood my love of animals, especially horses – which is all I wanted to read about back then. When I won the class spelling bee, she gave me a horse statue that was hers when she was a horse-loving young girl. I still have it packed away around here somewhere.

MAUREEN:  Do you believe in ghosts?

DANITA:  Yes, I think I do believe in ghosts. Dianne Harris, the heroine of Mist is assisted by the ghost of her dead grandmother.

MAUREEN:  What’s next for you as an author?

DANITA:  You know how I told you I read several books at a time? Well, I’m consecutively working on several books, too. I’m within watermelon-seed-spitting distance of finishing a paranormal romance novella Daisies are True. I’m also working on a couple of memoirs: Confessions of a Country Girl, Inspirational Stories of Growing up Rural, and True Stories of Miracles, Visions and Other Amazing Things. I hope to release at least two of those books in 2013.

MAUREEN:  What’s your favorite hobby?

DANITA:  Do I have to pick just one? Ha! I love to read and write, of course. But I also like to hike in scenic places, taking photographs as I go. Maybe that’s not exactly hiking – more like rambling with a camera. I also enjoy gardening (I’m a master gardener), spending time with my family, and hanging out with my alpacas. They are such endearing animals, each one a character and each unique. I mean, just look at that face, would you? What’s not to love? This is Glory’s Hallelujah.

MAUREEN:  Cats or dogs?

DANITA:  I like both cats and dogs, for different reasons. Cats love you on their own terms. Dogs love you more than they love themselves. Unless they are evil, red-eyed dogs of course! Luckily, ours are both sweet, loveable dogs with warm, friendly, brown eyes. This is Maggie our yellow lab and Zip, our Border collie pup.


MAUREEN:  What sound or noise do you love?

DANITA:  My favorite sounds have got to be birds singing when the sun breaks through the clouds after a down pour (I live in Oregon. We have a lot of downpours) and my children’s laughter.

MAUREEN:  What’s your favorite kid joke?

DANITA:  Knock knock. Who’s there? Dwayne. Dwayne who? Dwayne the bathtub, I’m dwowning. I know, groan right? But it makes my kids laugh and you know how I love that sound.

GOTTA ASK -- GOTTA ANSWER  

MAUREEN:  MIST is a thriller. What really scares you?

DANITA:  Pure evil, which is what the red-eyed dogs in Mist are – or are they really dogs at all? The idea for the book came from a very frightening nightmare. The good thing is – and we all know this – love conquers evil.

A QUESTION FOR READERS

What’s the scariest book you ever read and loved? What did you most love about it?

FIND DANITA CAHILL ONLINE

To see samples of Danita's photography, check out her photo blog
Want to read about miracles, visions and other amazing things? Visit Danita’s miracles blog 
Follow at @DanitaCahill  twitter
Danita loves to hear from readers. You can find her on Facebook – Danita Shattuck Cahill – or email her. 

Thursday, December 27, 2012

All the Broken Pieces Get Lost with Author Cindi Madsen

Get Lost in a Story Readers, today, I am pleased to  host the prolific talent, Cindi Madsen.  Cindi writes a everything from contemporary, young adult, paranormal. . .but as Cindi likes to say, she includes romance because romance rocks the house!  Please welcome Cindi Madsen to Get Lost in a Story!
 

What if your life wasn’t your own?


Liv comes out of a coma with no memory of her past and two distinct, warring voices inside her head. Nothing, not even her reflection, seems familiar. As she stumbles through her junior year, the voices get louder, insisting she please the popular group while simultaneously despising them. But when Liv starts hanging around with Spencer, whose own mysterious past also has him on the fringe, life feels complete for the first time in, well, as long as she can remember.

Liv knows the details of the car accident that put her in the coma, but as the voices invade her dreams, and her dreams start feeling like memories, she and Spencer seek out answers. Yet the deeper they dig, the less things make sense. Can Liv rebuild the pieces of her broken past, when it means questioning not just who she is, but what she is?
And now... let's get to know author Cindi Madsen.

DONNELL:  Hi, Cindi;  First question:  Do you prefer big cities or small towns?

CINDI: I grew up in a small town & I love it there. But I also love living in a city. So hard choice. I think city but visiting the ranch often is perfect, which is what I do now.

DONNELL:  Favorite room in your house.

CINDI: family room with the giant TV my husband convinced me to get & I now love it.

DONNELL:  Where will we find you if you’re not writing?

CINDI:  Watching TV or movies with my husband or out to eat with family or friends

DONNELL:  Are you athletic?

CINDI: hahaha. In grade school, I could care less about athletics & I was slow & awful at sports. I got into dancing in high school & that suited me much better. Now I force myself to run. So that’s the long way of saying I’m reluctantly athletic, but don’t throw me the ball if you’re looking for a win.

DONNELL:  I think you’re partial  to Young Adult.  But is it your favorite genre?

CINDI: I actually like both young adult and adult, depending on my mood. Whatever I read these days, though, the romantic element needs to be strong. I’ve always loved a good mystery. In high school, when the girls in my class were reading Sweet Valley High books, I was reading novels about serial killers (on the downlow, because I knew my mom wouldn’t want me to read them)

DONNELL:  What motivates you?  What makes you drag your feet?

CINDI: Mountain Dew motivates me. I also blast the playlist I made for my book while writing. And if I have a book or show I want to watch, I’ll tell myself I can after I get my word count for the day. Snowy days make me drag my feet, and I’m also slightly zombie-ish before 10 am, because I usually stay up waaaay too late.

DONNELL:  What’s in your refrigerator right now?

CINDI: Mountain Dew, apples and oranges, and milk—my family goes through 6 gallons a week, so I have to constantly buy it.

DONNELL:  Here’s a tough one for you – you might need a calculator.  How many shoes do you have in your closet?

CINDI: If I went to count I probably wouldn’t get my word count and errands done for the day. Lol! Last time I organized my closet it was around 50. I’d guess it’s probably closer to 60 now. What can I say, I really, really LOVE shoes, especially tall heels and awesome boots.

DONNELL:  Would you consider yourself organized?

CINDI:  hahaha. If organized means I can usually find my laptop, then sure. I have to set alerts in my phone for everything or I forget, so that saves me from being too late. I live in fear that people will stop by unexpectedly & see the state of madness my house is usually in.

DONNELL:  What’s your proudest accomplishment?

CINDI: my kids. They’re good, sweet kids and they make me laugh. Love them like crazy.

DONNELL:  If you could meet anyone, past or present, who would it be, and why?

CINDI: Hmmm. I think I’d go with Susan B. Anthony. Or Mary Shelley. Yes, I’m cheating and picking both because it’s too hard to pick between them. And if we’re going for more-shallow present day option, I’d pick Jared Leto, because, well Google him and see for yourself. The guy is super hot AND in a band. (See, now I super cheated with three answers.)


AND NOW IT'S CINDI'S TURN -- TIME TO ASK THE READER A QUESTION:  What books did you have to hide you were reading when you were younger? Do you still like reading them now?

About Cindi:  Cindi Madsen sits at her computer every chance she gets, plotting revising, and falling in love with her characters. Sometimes it makes her a crazy person. Without it, she’d be even crazier. She has way too many shoes, but can always find a reason to buy a new pretty pair, especially if they’re sparkly, colorful, or super tall. She loves music, dancing, and wishes summer lasted all year long. She lives in Colorado (where summer is most definitely NOT all year long) with her husband and three children.

You can find out more about Cindi at http://cindimadsen.com & follow her on twitter http://twitter.com/#!/CindiMadsen
 

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Get Lost with Elle James & the Billionaire Husband Test


GET LOST IN THIS STORY…

 

Billionaire Online Dating Service. It's new, it's exclusive. Let's test it!

 

How did Billionaire Cooper Johnson allow himself to get roped into testing a brand new online dating system? After making a fortune day-trading stocks, he's on track to accomplish all his life goals, except marriage and a family. As a billionaire, meeting the right woman is a minefield of gold-diggers, false eyelashes and surgically enhanced women. The Billionaire Online Dating Service matches hand-picked, screened clientele with the mates of their dreams. Or so the package was sold. As a favor for a friend, Cooper finds himself on the Rockin' J Ranch confronting his "date's" four tough looking cowboy brothers. When their girl-next-door, long, tall, gorgeous sister steps out on the porch, Cooper doesn't know whether to run to her or away. One date, that's all he's signed up for and he can be out of there. Or will one date be enough?

 

She had everything—a fiancé, a great future, love...until she lost it all

 

Still mourning the loss of her fiancé who died two years ago, Emma Jacobs can't imagine loving anyone else. But her four brothers won't quit pushing men her way. In a desperate attempt to throw her brothers off her back, she engages her friend's dating service to find a pasty-faced businessman sure to fail her brothers' husband criteria. Maybe then her brothers will finally back off and leave her alone.

 

Best laid plans tend to blow up in Emma's face. When her date turns out to be everything her brothers are looking for in a husband for Emma, she's got a bigger problem than she started out with. She lets Cooper in on her plan to have him date and dump her. Surprisingly he goes along with it. But Cooper has plans of his own. And they don't involve dumping the determined, sexy, independent cowgirl.

 

Note: Make a stop at Myla Jackson's Ugly Stick Saloon in this story and say hi to old friends.

 
Billionaire Husband Test
Billionaire Online Dating Service Series
Dec 2012




First, I must apologize! Apparently, my spam filter was feeling very Grinch-like and I wasn’t able to get Elle’s post up in time. However, because of that, I will be re-posting Elle’s blog again over the weekend AND giving away 3 $10 Gift Cards to commenters’ bookseller of choice throughout the weekend! Take THAT, Grinch spam folder…

 

Now, onto the interview! Please welcome back Elle James to the blog today. This incredibly talented author needs no introduction, but if you’d like to see her past interviews to learn even more about her, you can visit them HERE and HERE!

 

 

Elle James aka Myla Jackson spent twenty years livin' and lovin' in South Texas, ranching horses, cattle, goats, ostriches and emus. A former IT professional, Elle is proud to be writing full-time, penning intrigues and paranormal adventures that keep her readers on the edge of their seats. She has 31 works with Harlequin, self published works under pen name Elle James, over 40 works with other publishers including Samhain, Elloras' Cave, Kensington and Avon and 18 works self-published under pen name Myla Jackson. Now living in northwest Arkansas, she isn't wrangling cattle, she's wrangling her muses, a malti-poo and yorkie. When she's not at her computer, she's traveling, out snow-skiing, boating, or riding her ATV, dreaming up new stories.

 

HEATHER: What’s your favorite movie of all time?

ELLE: I can't pick just one! I've always been a big fan of musicals, MY FAIR LADY and SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS will always be near and dear to my heart. I love, love, loved AVATAR. I think because my favorite color is blue (hehe), oh and it has a great storyline. And lately, I totally got into THE AVENGERS! Thor melted my bones, Iron Man has such great attitude, Captain America was a military man and Hulk? OMG, he cracked me up when he punched Thor...
 
 


 

HEATHER: How often to you get lost in a story? 

ELLE:Because I have two pen names, I'm writing every minute of the day, or so it seems. I rarely have time to read. Lately, I read the advance readers copy of a great story coming out by my sister Delilah Devlin. It's a paranormal, Memphis cop story called SHATTERED SOULS. I couldn't put it down and lost two days of writing because I was lost in the story!

 

HEATHER: What’s your favorite “love” word?

ELLE:I love the word passion. It's stronger than the word love and makes me scoot to the edge of my seat when I hear or read the word. Passion can burn in one's heart for another person, an art, a way of life. Love is soft and fuzzy. Passion is hard, raging and intense. I like the intensity.

 

HEATHER: If you couldn’t be a writer anymore, what profession would you take up?

ELLE:I'd take up graphic art. I think it's the creative side of me. I like making beautiful things, whether it's a story that elicits emotion or a work of art that makes you look twice. I can't paint my way out of a box, but I love creating.

 

HEATHER: What is something that not a lot of people know about you but you WISH more people COULD know?

ELLE:I love to brag about my most interesting job. I worked one summer as a State Park Interpretive Naturalist. I led hikes, hayrides and nature talks. One of my duties was to give a slide show in the amphitheater and talk about snakes found in the park. We had a collection of snakes I would bring out for the patrons to see and touch. They called me the Snake Lady.

 

HEATHER: What dreams have been realized as a result of your writing?

ELLE:I'm fortunate that I was able to quit the IT profession and write full time. I've always wanted to write, but until it paid enough, I couldn't do it full time. Now I can. I've also wanted to be a published author. I published my first book in 2005 and now have many books in print and in several foreign languages. I am able to travel a lot more. In the last 7 years, I've been to Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Guam, Virgin Islands, Italy, England, Ireland, Canada, Alaska and many states and provinces getting to and from Alaska on a 5-week trip. I count myself fortunate and think that my writing has given me the opportunities to go different places as well as some of the income needed to get there.

 

HEATHER: Dog person or cat person?

ELLE:I love both. But I have to think that the nurturer in me loves dogs more. They are a lot needier than cats and I need to be needed. As my children grew up and moved away, I found that I needed surrogate children. I have a Yorkie and a Malti-poo that are now my "children." Gotta love em!

 

HEATHER: How much money does it take to be happy?

ELLE:Just enough to allow me to travel. I don't have to travel first class and it doesn't always have to be to a foreign country. I love to explore different places and the people are always what makes the places so much fun and interesting. I don't have to live in a big expensive house, as long as I have a space for my office so that I can keep writing and weaving magical stories to get lost in.

 

 

HEATHER’S GOTTA ASK – ELLE’S GOTTA ANSWER  J

 

HEATHER: What draws you to strong, earthy women and men?

 

ELLE: I grew up as a military brat. My dad wore a uniform every day but his roots were as a poor farm boy from Arkansas. I grew up the scrappy 3rd child of 4, living on Air Force Bases. We never knew a dull moment. We left the house practically at sunrise and didn't return until dark. If we did, mom was sure to put us to work. We hiked, biked, rode horses, swam and lived life to the fullest. Much of that time was spent in Texas, thus it appears as a setting in many of my books. When my father retired, we landed back in Arkansas on a small farm where we raised cows, chickens and dogs. We rode horses, canoed the rivers and swam in the lakes. More of a tomboy, I connect with women who aren't afraid to lift a bale of hay or ride the ornery horse. I like men with calloused hands and a strong work ethic and a way with gentling high-spirited creatures.

 

GOT A QUESTION YOU’D LIKE TO ASK YOUR FANS?

 

ELLE: What do you like about cowboys and Texas?

 

 

WILL YOU HAVE A DRAWING FROM THOSE LEAVING COMMENTS?

 

ELLE: Leave a comment on what you like about cowboys and Texas for a chance to win a download of TARZAN & JANINE, a book I co-wrote with my talented sister DELILAH DEVLIN.
 
 

 

TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR ELLE’S GIVEWAY, REMEMBER TO LEAVE YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS ALONG WITH YOUR COMMENT!

 

FIND ELLE ON THE WEB: