Sirens and Scales

Sirens and Scales
All Mermaids and Dragons Limited Edition Boxed Set

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

New Ellora's Cave Book Contract!

I just got a book contract for a new holiday themed short novel. It's a fun, post Christmas romp for a burned out husband and wife who need a little time alone with each other and a big red box filled with erotic toys and temptations.
Here's the blurb for "Nice Package"

Christmas chaos is over for the Emersons but the real holiday fun is just beginning. Jim presents Cora with a big beautiful gift box she is forbidden to open. What’s in the crimson mystery box? Cora finds out, slowly and delightfully over a twenty-four hour period the box contains thrills, erotic toys and an amazing experience at a mountain lodge that will refresh their marriage and renew them as lovers. If Cora can endure one hellaciously prolonged tease, she’ll thoroughly enjoy getting a Nice Package.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Siren Book Reviews gave "Owned By Rome" 5 Siren Stones!!

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Title: Owned By Rome
Author: Katalina Leon
Rating: Five Siren Stones
Genre: Romance
Sub-Genre: Historical
Word Count: 74,727
ISBN E-Book: 978-1419927843
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Owned by Rome is a steamy story right from the start and manages to continue that pace through to the very end. I enjoyed every moment of the tale and read it though in one sitting. The story stayed with me in the back of my mind throughout the day. I am sure that this is a story to be reread and savoured again at a later date.
The cover is definitely

appealing and the characters are to be loved. This is a tale of initiation to the delicacies of bondage and as such was wonderfully done. Atellus is a heartbreakingly sweet man, for a Roman soldier, and his slave Rutilla, is no man’s slave. The irony that he sets one slave, Janni, free, who is complacent in her role as a slave and yet refuses to free Rutilla, who so wishes to be free was not lost on me.
The excesses of the Roman celebrations were so well depicted that I was both appalled and disgusted. Rutilla’s story is one of pain and suffering and to see her work through it until she reaches a new understanding and finally happiness, is enough to bring the reader to tears. I would definitely recommend Katalina Leon’s Owned by Rome and will remember it for some time. Wonderfully done Ms. Leon, I enjoyed it immensely.

Posted by Siren Book Reviews at 10:48 PM