Win a book by the fabulous author, Sara Brookes!

I’m so excited to be here at Stacey’s place today. I have the great honor of being Stacey’s critique partner, so I get to read all her books well before they’re ever published. WOOHOO!

Though nearly all of my releases lately involve some kind of BDSM, not everything I write is that intensely hot. I actually got my start right along with Stacey in urban fantasy romance. I love the genre but lately the characters in my head have been demanding something more from me. And I learned a long time ago to stop and listen to what they’re trying to tell me.

In my latest release, Perfect Limit, my characters had quite an intense story to tell, and that was before I added any BDSM into the mix. Though romance doesn’t always play a part in this series, it certainly played a large role in this book. There’s more than just the D/s between these characters, there something deep and lasting that makes you truly believe these two utterly deserve their happily ever after.

So, dear readers, tell me—how do you like the stories you read to end? Does there always have to be a happily ever after in the cards? Leave me your answer this week and I’ll come back and draw a winner from the comments to receive a download of either of the books in the Sypricon Masters series—Impulse Control or Perfect Limit.

Good luck!

PERFECT LIMIT

2nd book in the Sypricon Master series

Now available from Decadent Publishing (www.decadentpublishing.com)

Deputy Brigade Manager Rayna Donaghy is convinced she’s imperfect. Abandoned and left for dead, Rayna now lives on Sypricon, a frontier planet known for its scarred surface. After a fatal blaze at one of the planet’s quarries, Rayna seeks an escape at the landmark BDSM club, Tawse.

Burke, a Dom at the club, is captivated with the woman who has been under his command for the past several months. However, he’s finally had enough of her self-loathing and is determined to help Rayna overcome her fears. In the center of the action, Burke lays her bare for all to see in order to show her being perfect is simply a matter of perception.

Warning: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable including but not limited to: D/s, exhibitionism

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Sara Brookes is an award winning author who has always been fascinated by the strange, the unusual, the twisted and the lost (tortured heroes are her personal favorite). She is an action movie junkie, addicted to coffee and has been known to stay up until the wee hours of the morning playing RPG video games. Despite all this, she is a romantic at heart and is always a sucker for an excellent love story.

Comments

  1. Kanya Chhet says

    I’m pregnant right now and my hormones are pretty high, so I need books with HEA!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Kanya
    kanyachhetATyahooDOTca

  2. Sara Watts says

    I love a lot of hot steamy scenes!! If i’m not hot and bothered by the end of the scene… then it wasn’t worth it. Luckily for me though, I haven’t found many books that have left me wishing for more! 🙂

  3. says

    I LOVE HEAs, as long as the characters have to struggle to get there. Those are the most satisfying. But when there is a series, involving the same characters, or the story is shorter, I am satisfied with a HFN.

    I already have both Sypricon Masters books, so don’t enter me. Best of luck! 🙂

  4. Eva says

    I do definitely like to read a story that will end with a HEA, but it doesn’t necessarily need to end in marriage, as long as the characters make clear they are what each other needs. 🙂

  5. Pam B says

    Hi

    Depending on the genre of the book – a true romance or PNR should have a HEA – love to read them. However if the book is an UF than it does not have to end with one even if there is a romantic slant. I read both.

    Thanks
    Pam

  6. says

    If the book is a series of the same couple and at the end of the series its a HEA then I’m okay if the first couple ones don’t have HEAs. But I’m a sucker for HEAs. Without them I feel jipped in romance!

    I’ve been waiting to read Sara Brooks FOREVER since she’s on my TBR list so this is exciting!

    carrieannryanwrites@gmail.com

  7. Scott R says

    The book sounds really interesting. I like a good wrap up of my stories. There doesn’t eed to be a HEA. SO long as the events come to a quality conclusion(for that novel anyways) then i’m good.

    lastrideusa AT yahoo DOT com

  8. says

    When I read a straight-up romance, I like an HEA. However, urban fantasy, or erotic romance or even sci-fi/fantasy? I don’t necessarily expect or need an HEA to feel satisfied at the end of the story.

  9. SarahM says

    I prefer to know they’re definitely going to stay together though they don’t need to be getting married anytime soon. Usually just having them commit to each other is enough 🙂

    smaccall AT comcast.net

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