Freakin’ Cougar Blog Tour

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Blurb:

Forget taming their cougar. These young studs want her as is, even if she scratches.

Someone’s killing shifters in prison, and Patricia needs help catching the culprit. The cougar enlists the help of Stu and Ricky, a techno geek and a reformed criminal, a mismatched pair, who turn out to also be her mates. But Patricia’s already loved and lost one man. Does she dare allow herself to care again?

Older isn’t just wiser, it’s sexier, or at least that’s what a socially challenged wolf and a bad boy panther think. Forced to work together to catch a killer, Stu and Ricky soon find out they’ll have to learn to do more than tolerate each other when they realize a hot, almost forty cougar is their mate. Can they find a way to work together and make their cougar purr?

                       

Author Bio:

Hello, my name is Eve. I’m a stay at home mom who writes full time in between juggling my three kids, hubby, and housework, I write really raunchy stuff–usually with werewolves lol.I was born in British Columbia, but being a military brat, I have lived a little bit everywhere–Quebec, New Brunswick, Labrador, Virginia (USA) and finally Ontario. My family and I currently live just outside Ottawa, our nation’s capital.

I am the first person to admit I am totally boring and lead a mundane life. Seriously. My idea of fun is shopping at our local Walmart lol. I like to play video games, cook, and read. My inspiration, hmm, I guess you could say hubby as he is a total alpha male which means I often want to club him over head with a frying pan. But, despite his ornery, ‘I-am-man’ nature, I love him dearly.

I’m writing romance, my way. I do have a twisted imagination and a sarcastic sense of humor something I like to let loose in my writing. I like strong alpha males, naked chests and werewolves. Lots of werewolves. In fact, you’ll notice most of my multi partner stories revolve around great, big, overprotective Lycans who just want to please their woman. I am also extremely partial to aliens, you know the kind who abduct their woman and then drive them insane…with pleasure of course.

My heroines, they kind of run the gamut. I have some that are shy and soft spoken, others that will kick a man in the balls and laugh. Many of them are chubby, because in my world, girls with curves ROCK! Oh and some of my heroines are a teeny tiny bit evil, but in their defense, they need love too.

Some of my work does push boundaries and cross lines. Good and evil aren’t always clear in my tales, and in some cases, I’ve stomped on well known religious ideologies. Have I mentioned my imagination is a tad bit warped?

I tend to have a lot of sexual tension in my tales because I think all torrid love affairs start with a tingle in our tummies. And when my characters do finally give in to the needs of their flesh? Well, let’s just say, you shouldn’t be reading my stuff at work. The door is wide open, explicit and hot. Really, really hot.

I love to write, and while I don’t always know what my mind is going to come up with next, I can promise it will be fun, probably humorous and most of all romantic, because I love a happily ever after.

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Top 10 Fictional Book Characters of All Time 
1. Lucifer – my version of course. Awful of me to include one of my own 
characters I’m sure, but I absolutely love his sense of humor—and evil  
nature lol. 
2. Harry Dresden – He was the first modern day wizard I think I ever  
read about. I love him and his ghostly friend, Bob. (Written by Jim Butcher) 
3. Edward Cullen – Yeah I am totally team Edward! I read the books and  
while Bella got on all my nerves, I really liked Edward more so in the  
book than the movie though. (Stephanie Meyer) 
4. Curan – If you’ve never met this hunk-a-hunk of burning cat shifter, 
then you’ve missed out. Run, don’t walk to buy Ilona Andrews, Kate  
Daniels series. 
5. Drago. If you love domineering alpha dragons, then you need Dragon  
Bound by Thea Harrison. 
6. Rachel Morgan kicks demon ass! The Hollows by Kim Harrison is urban  
fantasy at its finest. Original and constantly evolving. 
7. Anita Blake, in the early days as written by Laurell K. Hamilton. The  
first seven or eight books in the series had her rocking as a heroine. 
8. Vlad as written by Jeaniene Frost. He is so unrepentantly arrogant  
and alpha that I just adore him. 
9. Acheron by Sherrilyn Kenyon. He had the most complex, heart breaking 
story. But at the same time has proven to be the most fascinating  
character throughout her Dark Hunter series (which I am woefully behind 
on lol). 
10. Name your favorite!

 

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