Saturday, September 29, 2012

Book Trailer Update - 9/29/12

The book trailer for Wynter's Blossom is on the verge of yet another milestone. Two hundred views! Super exciting and humbling all at the same time. I'm so grateful to everyone involved with making the trailer and everyone who took two minutes of their time to view it.

View the trailer HERE.

Happily writing,

Monday, September 24, 2012

Book & Trailer Showcase New Talent Interview 9-24-12

I'm featured on Book & Trailer Showcase's New Talent Interview spot. Check it out HERE!

Also, take a look at the TRAILER for Wynter's Blossom on youtube!

Happily writing,

Saturday, September 22, 2012

I'm at The Mocha Memoirs Press Cafe

Join me at the Mocha Memoirs Press Cafe yahoo group. We'll be talking about any and everything so it should be one heck of a ride! Bring your own coffee.

Happily writing,

Friday, September 7, 2012

Blogging at Coffee Time Romance Today - 9/7/12

The lovely ladies of Coffee Time Romance have graciously let me post an EXCLUSIVE excerpt from Wynter's Blossom on their popular blog. Check it out!

Happily writing,

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Where In The World Is Elle?

I'm still alive, well and appearing on an eReader near you. Want to socialize? You can find me on Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and ARe.

Happily writing,

Monday, April 23, 2012

New Releases - April 23rd

Here's a special edition of my weekly New Releases post. ENJOY!

What new releases have you read lately?

Happily writing, Elle Your Chief Erotic Officer

Friday, April 20, 2012

New Releases - April 20th

**Please Note: This is NOT a new story. It is a selection from the anthology Treat, Kink and Be Scary, which is only available in print.

Happily writing,

Friday, April 13, 2012

Short But Not So Sweet

He watched her walk into the building.  The seductive sway of her hips was as hypnotizing as staring at a swinging pendulum.  She seemed completely oblivious to all of the men, and several women, who stopped to stare as she passed.  Her hair was pulled back into a severe bun that showed off the long column of her neck.  Her jacket was fitted and did nothing to hide the full swell of her breasts.  Her snug but not too tight skirt lovingly hugged her feminine curves.  Her feet were incased in a pair of black pumps that made the most of her shapely legs and added to the sensual stride that made her easy to spot from a distance.

He turned away from the window as she disappeared into the building.  He knew he had just a few minutes before she made it upstairs.  The anticipation was thrilling.  That’s what she did to him.  After a long day of working in his home office he strained to catch that first glimpse of her as she walked home.  A creature of habit she rarely arrived late.  He’d always appreciated that about her.  He was a creature of habit as well.

He prepared a cold drink and headed back into the living room to wait.  Using the remote he set the television to a soothing music channel and took a seat making himself comfortable.  When the door opened he smiled the warm sexy smile that was for her alone.  She didn’t’ look up as she tossed her keys on the table and dropped her bag next to it.  She still didn’t look up as she took off her shoes.  It was only when her feet were bare that she looked up and walked slowly in his direction.  With each step she unbuttoned her jacket.  He smiled through a groan but didn’t move.  This was her show.  Her slow strip tease fueled his rapid erection.  He was uncomfortably hard in seconds.

Removing her jacket she revealed a sexy pink bra with a black satin ribbon laced up the center.  She shimmied out of her pencil skirt to reveal a matching pair of boyshorts.  Turning slightly she tossed the skirt and jacket onto the sofa before turning back towards him and slipping her right hand into the front of her panties.

“You’re killing me” he finally moaned out loud.

She used her left hand to knead her breasts as she continued pleasuring herself.  He unsnapped his jeans and gingerly pulled the zipper down to give himself more room.  Damn but watching her was the hottest thing ever.  She always seemed completely comfortable in her own skin.  It was innately sexy.  She also took the time to always look her best.  No sleeping in ratty sweats for his girl.  She had a large selection of nightgowns and teddy’s.  He appreciated her unapologetic femininity.

She suddenly threw her head back and shook from head to toe as an orgasm overtook her.  Her pouty lips were open and her left hand abandoned her breasts to reach out for something solid to hold on to.

“Damn”, he whispered reverently.

She bent and picked up a small white board and marker.  She shakily wrote something on the board while he took a few deep breaths to try and regain some control of his libido.  She walked over to the window and stood next to her fancy telescope.  When she held the board up he adjusted the focus on his own telescope to read her message. 

I needed that.  Your turn.

To find out what inspired this short story check out my post at

Happily writing,

Friday, March 23, 2012

New Release Friday - March 23

This week's offerings are short but SPICY. Take a taste if you dare!

What are you reading this weekend?

Happily writing,

*If you have a new erotic romance release that you would like considered for New Release Fridays please contact me at

Friday, March 16, 2012

New Releases - March 16th

This week's hotness is sure to keep you up late all weekend.  Enjoy!

Happily writing,

Friday, March 9, 2012

New Release Friday - March 9th

Sadly, I got nothing!

It's my birthday week and I dropped the ball. Expect a heaping helping of hotness next week to make up for my faux pas.

Happily writing,

Friday, March 2, 2012

New Release Friday - March 2nd

Awesome new releases and a couple of reissued titles this week curtesy of RaeLynn Blue, Drea Riley and newcomer E. B. Ryan.  Enjoy!

Happily writing,

Friday, February 24, 2012

Friday, February 17, 2012

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Monday, February 13, 2012

Tribute to Whitney Houston

What kind of romance author would I be if I didn’t enjoy a good love song?  Very few people can touch you with a song the way Whitney Houston did.  From her late teens until the day before she died Whitney was gracious enough to share her gift with the world and we are better for it.  Who hasn’t gotten chills when listening to her version of I Will Always Love You?  Who didn’t feel her heartfelt sincerity when she sang the national anthem at the Super Bowl in 1991 or her pure enjoyment of life when she sang Chaka Kahn’s classic I’m Every Woman?  She gave a little piece of herself with each of those performances and that’s what separates extraordinary vocalist from the run of the mill singers.
There’ve been some very unkind things said about Whitney since the news of her death hit cyber-space on Saturday afternoon.  I’m not here to debate whether they are justified or not.  I am here to say I think it very tasteless to forget that Cissy Houston has to plan her daughter’s funeral.  A chore no parent should be burdened with.  I think it very heartless to forget that eighteen year old Bobbi Kristina Brown has just lost her mother and by all indications her best friend.  I think it very selfish to forget that Dionne Warwick has lost a beloved cousin and Aretha Franklin has lost a god-child.
Be kind to those around you because one never knows what direction life will take.  Don’t judge others too harshly lest you be judged the same way.  It’s easy to point fingers and offer opinions on another’s shortcomings when you can throw the rock and hide your hand but remember everything that is done in the dark will eventually come to light.
Rest in peace Whitney.  Enjoy your new position in the heavenly choir.  I hope to hear your beautiful voice again one day.

Happily writing,

Friday, February 10, 2012

Friday, February 3, 2012

New Releases - February 3rd

Hot new releases for a steamy weekend.

Happily writing (and reading),
Chief Erotic Officer

Friday, January 27, 2012