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Release Day, again!

Confession is out today! This is the fourth of the five Curio Vignettes, episodic follow-up novellas to my popular erotic romance, Curio (the Parisian man-whore book). There will be one new vignette released each month, through December.

For devotees of the series, this is the installment where “it finally happens!” Not as kinky as the first three books, and the emotional torture’s an entirely different flavor. For everyone who survived Reversal, this is your pay-off! Here be the blurb:

Caroly has waited forever to fall in love. An American now living in Paris, she’s finally found what she craved all those lonely years—a passionate, sensitive man, more gorgeous than she’d ever dreamed, and just as beautiful on the inside.

The only issue? Well, that small matter of him being a prostitute.

Didier’s job is more than a calling. It’s a beloved craft, a chance to soothe broken hearts. It’s also a crutch—the perfect vocation for an agoraphobe, never forcing Didier to leave the safety of his flat. Yet the role he used to cherish has soured since he met Caroly, his admirers now feeling more like enablers. It’ll take a leap of faith to cast his fear aside in favor of a future, but when the alternative is to risk losing the woman he loves, he might discover he’s braver than he ever knew.

And here be some links:

Read the official excerpt

Add it on Goodreads

View the series on Goodreads

Buy it direct for $2.49

Buy from Amazon for $2.99

Buy it from Barnes & Noble for $2.99

Thanks! And Happy Thanksgiving to all my Stateside readers! Confession may be set in Paris in August, featuring a Frenchman and an ex-pat, but I was pleased to realize that in it, Didier roasts a chicken, so you may as well go ahead and round it in as a cozy holiday romance! Plus lots of festive sexxing.

Happy reading!
Cara

Six Sentence Sunday #37

Reversal is out! It’s the third of the Curio Vignettes, five episodic novelettes following up on my erotic romance Curio (the Parisian man-whore book). Definitely the roughest of the series, emotionally.

I smile to myself, remembering how it felt to be this man, to leave girls giddy from having mustered the courage to even address me, as if I were someone special.

Someday they’ll even pay for the chance to fuck you,
I want to tell that man. Don’t let them. The ones who coddle you now will pity you in time. They’ll pull the shades down and you’ll tell yourself it’s safer that way, but don’t believe it. Wait for the one who presses your face to the glass, the one who makes your heart pound so hard, in so many unexpected ways.

Thanks for stopping by! Now don’t forget to go check out all the other Six Sentence Sunday excerpts this week.

Six Sentence Sunday #36

Craving is out! It’s the second of the Curio Vignettes, five episodic novelettes following up on my erotic romance Curio (the Parisian man-whore book). In this snippet, Caroly is waiting patiently while her agoraphobic not-quite-a-boyfriend, Didier, works through an anxiety attack, having just ventured beyond his safe zone to meet her at a restaurant.

From the outside we must look like a couple on the verge of a breakup, me the cheerfully oblivious soon-to-be dumpee. But fuck what people think. Behind closed doors in the safety of the familiar, he’s warm and kind and wonderful. Not my boyfriend—his occupation doesn’t allow such an easy label. But he’s my first and only lover, my friend, and what feels more and more like a partner as the weeks pass.

Just now he’s as comfortable as an arachnophobe crawling with tarantulas, but I look past the fear to find his beauty, and past his beauty to all the fascinating depths beneath his skin.

Thanks for stopping by! Now don’t forget to go check out all the other Six Sentence Sunday excerpts this week.

Six Sentence Sunday #29

Happy Sunday! For your pleasure, here are six sentences from that first in the upcoming series of short, episodic novelettes following up on Didier and Caroly, from my book Curio

SPOILER ALERT!!! If you haven’t read Curio but plan to, skip this excerpt if you don’t want to ruin a character reveal.

I was born of my father’s infidelity and my mother’s consumptive infatuation. I’m a bastard and a prostitute, crippled by agoraphobia…but I am beautiful. My deeper flaws seem to go unnoticed, cracks in the stained glass, lost amid the dazzling colors of the whole.

Had I not been beautiful, who knows what would have become of me. I might be as I am now, shut away in some garret with my projects and my view and my wine, but no woman would call on me, certainly none willing to pay for the luxury of sharing my bed. I might be forgotten, left in a cupboard to grow pale and soft and unmissed, unable to escape of my own volition.

Thanks for stopping by! Don’t forget to go check out all the other Six Sentence Sunday excerpts this week.