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Caprice Langden is a pen name for romance author Debra J. Falasco. Edgier, darker and steamier, Caprice Langden romances feature alpha males and the good girls who bring them to their knees. She lives in a historic home in Colorado with her husband, son and two kitties.
Janet Mason is an award-winning creative writer, teacher, and occasional blogger for such places as The Huffington Post. Her book, Tea Leaves, a memoir of mothers and daughters, published by Bella Books in 2012, was chosen by the American Library Association for its 2013 Over the Rainbow List. Tea Leaves also received a Goldie Award. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and her novel THEY, a biblical tale of secret genders (Adelaide Books – New York and Lisbon) was featured at the 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair. Adelaide Books also published her novel The Unicorn, The Mystery late in 2020.
R.M. Demeester lives in Saskatchewan, Canada. She is the mother of three young children, and owner of a rescue dog, a chocolate lab, Gainer. R.M. Demeester has been writing for as long as she could hold a pencil. She released After Eris, a romantic suspense novel, in July 2021. And it's sequel, After Dean, is set to be released in November 2021.
JAY MICHAEL WRIGHT II
Dark fantasy and horror author. Why? Because his first movie was his pregnant mother going to see The Exorcist in 1973. Hearing such terror in utero does something to a person. He grew up on all the classic black and white horror movies: Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman. He then moved on to Friday the 13th, Halloween, and Hellraiser. His love for the dark and macabre consumed his imagination, and the first horror story he wrote was at the age of 12 (a creative writing piece for school where he described his friends and himself being slaughtered in a slasher movie type tale--yea, imagine doing that today and the trouble you'd get into). Luckily, his teacher found it creative, even if it was a tad disturbing. With that, he was off on the road to become a writer--not for the money nor the fame, but for the love of telling stories and giving people chills.
Professor Blyss prides herself on sexy and classy erotica written for the working professional or even just the casual reader in mind. If you are into teachers and sex, you won't be able to stop reading Professor Blyss.