It’s been a very long few years, but with the release of Beauty’s Beasts, I have finally retrieved all my previously published books from their original publishers, and published them myself.
The difference between legacy and indie publishing means that I have been able to micro-manage the covers (yay for Dar Albert!), plus put all the novel-length stories into print — something I wasn’t able to do via legacy publishers.
And now they’re all out there, my next projects are all new titles — adding books to my current series and the odd stand alone. I’m really looking forward to 2014!
Beauty’s Beasts is one of my (former) Teal Ceagh titles, and this time around it is also in print.
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Family history can be fatal.
Riley Carson Connors is yanked out of Pittsburgh and coaxed to New York by two tall, sexy strangers. Nicholas Sherwood and Damian are the only people in the world who know anything about her parents, and what they know is terrifying. She must face a powerful enemy who killed both her parents, who were the best demon hunters of their era.
But while the truth about Riley’s family history is a powerful magnet, Damian and Nicholas prove to be even more compelling. Former lovers and brought together only because they gave their word to her mother to protect Riley, the two powerful vampires play erotic mind games with her. Each has a hidden sexual agenda that Riley can’t begin to guess, but seems to involve driving her out of her mind with the sort of pleasure only a centuries-old lover would know how to give.
Warning: This story features two super hot alpha vampire heroes, multiple sex scenes, including anal sex, MM sexual play, MMF sex and the use of sex toys. Do not read this book if frank sexual language and sex scenes offend you.
No vampires or demon hunters came to harm in the making of this book. Gargoyles have been added to the official hunt list, however…
This is the second book in The Stonebrood Saga.
Book 1: Carson’s Night
Book 2: Beauty’s Beasts
Book 3: Sabrina’s Clan
Night Owl Reviews Reviewer’s Top Pick
It’s an outstanding book but be prepared to have your hanky ready. It has everything a good old fashioned adventure story should have: an evil villain, the unknowing stooge, creatures of the night and heroic men/vampires who will do everything to keep their woman safe. Once this reviewer started this book, she couldn’t stop until the last page was read! Blackraven’s Reviews
Beauty’s Beasts is a erotic page turner full of heart. Certainly one You Gotta Read. You Gotta Read Reviews
Delightfully wicked and erotic. I loved every minute of it. Don’t miss out on this was a wonderful read. Night Owl Reviews
Vividly captivating paranormal thriller that is infused with edgy suspense, dark passion and an extreme emotional depth that immediately grabs the reader and never lets go! The Romance Studio
A paranormal lover’s wicked delight. Literary Nymphs
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Delly’s Last Night is a short erotic novel – an MF romantic suspense that features a professional thief on the last night of her career.
This will be the last night in the life of Delly Alexander. A talented cat thief, Delly cracks one safe too many. The safe belongs to an old enemy, Neal Cadogan, who catches her red-handed and ties her up while he decides what to do with her.
Neal and Delly were once lovers but the rift that separates them is filled with bittnerness. Now with Delly at his mercy, Neal takes his revenge, which reverts to a night of heated sexual need seasoned by years of lies. It is a sensual power-play with each determined to outsmart the other. But their warped passion is the key that unlocks the door on a decade-old conspiracy that will utterly change their lives.
WARNING: This book contains frequent, explicit and frank sex scenes and sexual language. It includes heart-stopping sexual scenes and light bondage. Do not proceed beyond this point if hot love scenes offend you.
PS: Don’t try this at home — the neighbours may not understand …and the police certainly won’t.
Nominated for Book of the Year –
This is a hot, sexy and satisfying story readers will enjoy. I highly recommend you grab this one up.Romance Reviews-Erotic
This is a wonderful quick story. I read this book in one sitting and would have even if it had been 200 pages instead of 40. (It) will make you smile and I highly recommend it. Two Lips Reviews
Professional thieves are always fun to read about and this story fulfilled that promise. Just Erotic Romance Reviews
This is a short and sexy love story about old enemies and taking revenge.This is a lovely tale about learning how to trust again and believing in what the heart says. Euro Reviews
Over the years, I must have seen twenty versions of the “punish the thief with bondage” stories. But this is a slightly different take on the old standby. If you like a little bit of a thief walking on the wild side–with a twist, of course–you’ll be delighted with (this story). Novelspot
A quick, fun romp of lost and found love. With twists and turns that I didn’t see coming, What a fun read! Romance Junkies
I’ve rarely read a short story with as many unexpected and startling twists and turns as this one. The story certainly kept me entertained. eCataRomance Reviews
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died at the age of 35, 222 years ago today, in 1791.
His music remains a staple in the classics, and has such mathematical preciseness, it is used as music therapy, to encourage creativity and mental alertness.
Simply playing Mozart softly in the background while you do anything creative will help bring out your talents and keep your mind on the work.
I like this image of Mozart, to the right. He looks like a genius in this one. He looks exactly like you might expect a child prodigy to look once he’s grown.
Dead Again, the lead book in the big Romantic Thrillers collection, is free to download at Amazon for the next five days.
It has already gathered some beaucoup brownie points on Amazon:
…fantastically written romantic suspense that will draw you in completely…you won’t be able to put this book down. Complex, hard-hitting, with gutsy characters so real you’ll want to meet them in person.
Not simplistic with an infallible hero and swooning woman, no this one was a little more real. The outside forces pulling them apart were much better than what I’ve been reading in contemporary romances lately as well. Not the usual family or social silly drama.
Very good read. What I enjoyed most was the unexpected twists and turns. A very good combination of intrigue and romance.
Not my usual type of read but I couldn’t put it down. Can’t wait for more good things from this author.
Absolutely loved it!!! This was such a wonderful twist on the traditional love story. You absolutely must read this book. It will have you on the edge of your seat.
Heck of a ride! THIS WAS FABULOUS…yes, in shouty caps. I highly recommend this one for a great afternoon’s reading pleasure.
Suspense fans will find it difficult to put down. This is one of the best books I’ve read in quite a while. I literally could not put it down. If you are a fan of romantic suspense, I highly recommend Dead Again.
Great read! This is a great story about a man and woman who survive a catastrophic plane crash, only to be separated because of the man’s past. I loved that both characters were strong people, especially the woman, who, at one point in the story (without spoiling too much of the story) I expected to be rescued by the hero, only to rescue herself.
Tracy Cooper-Posey’s remarkable descriptions, her ability to keep tension high and love pulsating like magic in the lives of the hero and heroine captures one’s mind and imagination and holds on to the very last word of Dead Again.
Ten years ago, Sophie and Jack survived a small plane crash. They fell in love in the five days they were stranded on a mountainside, but Jack’s injuries were ultimately fatal. Jack’s love and death left indelible fingerprints on Sophie’s soul and completely changed her life.
Sophie is now a stressed single mom in a small Montana Rockies town, running a café and warding off the attention of the town’s corrupt Chief of Police when a drifter called Martin arrives in Serenity Falls.
Martin holds the key to Sophie’s heart, along with a secret that will rip apart the town. He plunges her into after-shocks caused by the five days she spent with Jack in the mountains, stirring up state governors, district attorneys and one of the deadliest crime lords in the land. Martin’s secret puts Sophie directly in their cross-hairs.
For Sophie, life is about to change all over again…
I caught a passing reference to Crossing Lines a few weeks ago and promptly tuned in because it’s a great premise for a show. It’s a TV series featuring an intelligence unit attached to the International Criminal Court — they investigate crimes that cross international borders. They’re based in The Hague, but every episode stretches across more than one country, which gives the series some of its appeal.
It’s also big on character development, and the ensemble cast each have their own backstories and issues to deal with.
The pilot didn’t pull any punches, either. I refuse to spoil it, except to say that it introduced a new possibility for recasting into a novel somewhere along the line.
Richard Flood is an Irish actor who plays the very Irish Tommy McConnell, a detective with a dark history that includes a Northern Island family with a shady past, bare-knuckle boxing, and an ability to shoot with both hands, simultaneously and accurately.
He’s stubborn, independent, moody and basically, everything you love about wounded alpha heroes.
The accent is another plus. :)
The pulse pause moments I’m thinking about mostly happen in the pilot episode (I did say they didn’t pull any punches), when he gets his heart broken in a very unexpected way.
All in all, he’s a lad worth watching…
Heart of Vengeance belongs to the Jewels of Tomorrow series.
It’s actually book 5 of the series, but books 1, 2 and 4 haven’t been written yet. Book 3 is Diana by the Moon, which was released a couple of weeks ago.
I’ve released these two books out of order, but the order of reading isn’t terribly important unless you really want to move through history in a linear fashion.
The last book in the series ties all the books up together, and that book will be the last released.
The full series, and their historical settings, are:
1. The Perilous Maiden – c335BCE
2. To Soothe a Savage Heart — 60 AD
3. Diana by the Moon -- 491 AD
4. The Heart of the Enemy — 871 AD
5. Heart of Vengeance — 1190 AD
6. The Cherlebury Rose – 1471 AD
7. The Duchess of Winter – 1890 AD
8. Despite the Sands of Time — The Present
So for now, the two books that are written can be enjoyed as stand-alone titles.
A woman in search of revenge…. An honorable man with a dark past.
It is 1197, and King Richard, known as the “Lionhearted,” is fighting France while Prince John hatches his own plans back home.
To find her father’s killer, Helena of York must pose as a Norman in the great halls of Richard’s England. Her only desire is to kill the man who destroyed her father and her future. Should she be unmasked, her life will be forfeit.
Stephen, Count of Dinan, once Richard’s friend and trusted knight, is outcast for reasons shrouded in mystery. Known as the “Black Baron,” he is friendless in a glittering world he despises. His only goal is to restore his honor and once again serve his king.
Stephen’s suspicions draw him into Helena’s web of deceit, and the two outsiders find themselves tangled in a conspiracy that threatens the throne of England itself, while their embattled hearts grapple with a far greater challenge.
Heart of Vengeance is part of the Jewels of Tomorrow series.
Finalist, Best Medieval Historical Romance – Romantic Times
CAPA Nomination for Best Historical Romance
Night Owl Reviews Reviewers’ Top Pick
Historical romance at its best. With perfect amounts of suspense, intrigue and passion the novel is simply impossible to put down. Night Owl Reviews
I’m convinced the author’s beautiful story, coupled with historical accuracies intertwined in such a way, you couldn’t possibly debate its winning outcome. Love Romance Passion
Exceptionally well written, the reader feels they have walked straight in to the forest and castles which are richly detailed throughout the story. Single Titles.
Finally, another author not afraid to include historic details in her historical romance. I highly recommend this book to anyone that loves rich details, and a wonderful story that will pull you into the time period. Kristi Ahlers, Amazon Top 1000 reviewer
With a myriad of secondary characters ranging from King Richard to Robin Hood, Heart of Vengeance captures the reader from the start. Romance Reviews Today
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Forbidden is book one of the Scandalous Sirens series, and it’s free until Sunday.
I don’t think there’s anything else I can add to that! :)
Grab a copy. It’s really good. How’s that?
Enjoy the read!
Vaughn wants revenge.
Elisa wants her son back.
Neither expected to want each other.
Elisa’s determined to have her son back at any cost, even if it means marry a vicious stoat of a man like Rufus Wardell, but her plans and her life are turned upside down by the sudden reappearance of Rufus’ grown and estranged son, Vaughn.
Lured by the contrast of Elisa’s sweet beauty with the wicked rumors of her wanton past, Vaughn embarks on a seduction as scorching as it is daring. What he finds is not at all what he sought: Elisa is an innocent, but with a sensuality so raw he cannot resist her…
…even though their passion is forbidden.
CAPA Award Finalist
All Romance eBooks Historical Regency
Best Seller (Sept 2012)
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While I’m quite certain that not a single US reader will be reading this today — you’ll all be busy cooking turkeys and getting ready for the big occasion — still, I hope you all have a fabulous day, free of overeating, family arguments and filled instead with laughter, good food and good times.
Red Leopard is the first book in the MF erotic romantic suspense thriller series, The Vistaria Affair Series.
Calli Munro, soon-to-be-economics-professor, arrives in Vistaria during La Fiesta de la Luna, a combination of Mardi Gras and Carnival, and is arrested for violently resisting the amorous advances of strangers. She’s sprung from jail by a commanding civilian the Loyalist military refer to only as leopardo rojo. Calli is inexplicably drawn to him.
When Calli formally meets Nicolás Escobedo, the bastard half-brother of Vistaria’s president, she realizes she is in trouble for it is the mysterious leopardo rojo. Their attraction is powerful and mutual, despite everything they do to deny its existence.
Vistaria totters on the very brink of revolution and anarchy. It needs only a tiny nudge to tumble the country into the abyss of bloody war. Then the insurrectos learn that the President’s brother is having an affair with a hated Americano…
A great read that will have you glued to the pages!!! When our lovers finally get together it’s beyond steaming. Amazon Reviewer
This is a great suspense story. TRS Blue
This is a scorching hot read – although hot is just too mild a word. Love Romance Passion
The anticipation is electrifying, and when they finally come together, it’s dynamite.
Red Leopard stays with you for a long time. Romance Reviews Today
Tracy Cooper-Posey receives the highest rating for her great writing, intricate plotting and tasteful yet extremely erotic sex scenes. Women on Writing
Red Leopard keeps the reader glued from beginning to end. The mixture of romance and sexual ecstasy made this book worth reading over and over. Love Romances
Pros: Fresh new idea. Cons: none. For Romantica this is something new and fresh. About Romance.com
A spellbinding, adventurous novel. I am anxiously waiting to see what comes next from Ms. Cooper-Posey’s talented pen! Sensual Romance.
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I love vampires to pieces. I did a big researched article about them a few months ago, called “Will Vampires Never Die?” when I was trying to figure out just why so many other readers couldn’t get enough of ‘em either.
We figured out that at their core, the reason so many of us love to love the fanged ones was:
– They’re frightening, yet vulnerable
– Their blood-drinking habits are sexually oriented.
– They usually have extraordinary strength and speed
– They can usually be reformed
- They’re the Ultimate Bad Boy
– They’re usually immortal
I’ve been thinking about that last one for a while now, though. The dictionary defines “immortality” as “perpetual life after death.”
Yet most vampire stories spend a lot of wordage explaining how to go about killing vampires. One of the most famous and popular series even features a pint-sized vampire executioner.
The most common methods for vampire assassination include beheading, staking, cutting out the heart, draining them of blood and exposing them to sunlight. You can also stuff them full of garlic and press crucifixes against their hearts, depending upon the author and the story world you’re in.
In my story world, particularly in Carson’s Night, the one toxin in the world that is lethal to vampires is gargoyle venom, and one of the heroes is injected by a concentrated dose of the toxin…but I digress.
There are other, more esoteric methods for killing a vampire that you can find in other stories besides mine, including impaling a vampire with silver through the heart and stopping it from beating, chaining them with silver so they’re prevented from feeding and so forth. Some of the methods become quite creative and some of them downright cruel.
The point I’m trying to make is that all of them work. They all achieve their aim of killing the vampire.
If vampires can be killed, then they can’t be immortal. Long lived, certainly. Basically, they go endlessly onwards, unchanged, until someone changes their condition of undead to properly dead using one of the more extreme methods needed to kill a vampire. Because one thing is certain: Vampires may not be immortal, but they are tough cookies to kill. After centuries of living, they are slick, fast and very smart at staying alive…er…undead.
There’s more than a few reasons I love writing about vampires. Their sheer relentlessness and endurance is just part of their fascination for me. What about you?
Seen any really cool, slick or plain gross ways an author has invented to kill vampires? Or really bravo! ways vampires have outsmarted killing rampages?