Wednesdays Words – Mating Rights by Jaide Fox

I liked this book. It was a little different but that made it interesting. The hero is not your average shifter but he is no less Alpha. Actually his flaws make him more appealing. It took a minute to get into the heroine but once you got to know her character, what she did and why become very clear. No spoilers. This was a good length read at 30k for someone who doesn’t have a lot of time but wants to enjoy a good book. The blurb and link are below.


Blurb ~

By pack law, all unmated females must attend the moonlight festival for mating rights.

Mali harbors a secret kept hidden her entire life. She’s lived in hiding, never knowing the companionship of the wolf pack. Never dreaming of having a family of her own. If she’s discovered, there’s a chance she may not survive pack punishment for her deception.

The feverish heat hits her hard when Jaxon barges into her life and takes her unwillingly to the festival. He’s scarred, bitter, and the only man she can trust to assuage the debilitating urge to mate.

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Excerpt Monday ~ Mischief, Mongrols & Mayhem by Heather Long


Blurb ~

She has a future to decide on.…

Mischief Jones—Missy to her friends—has never taken the easy route in life. She turned down a full ride to a four-year school to attend her local college because it kept her close to Nene, the woman who raised her. A fosterling, she knows better than to share her secrets, and she has choices to make for her uncertain future, but the TA in her history class challenges and fills her with wary interest every time they meet.…

Nature made him a leader.…

Cade Hayes has a mission, and the last thing he expected to find on the tiny college campus was a mongrel—shifters of dubious parentage and mixed blood. But the mountain lion can’t deny the provocative nature of her scent or the allure to stalk her and make her his. He should drive her away; her presence threatens his claim for territory and his pride needs land, but he rapidly discovers he hungers to take this mongrel for a mate.…

In a fight to survive…will a mountain lion tame a liger?

Except ~

The female had bolted the moment class ended. Cade had been at Wasatch College for less than a week. He’d graduated from the University of New Mexico with a master’s degree the previous spring, and he’d shopped his next job with extreme care. Wasatch College sat in a picturesque valley in the Wasatch Mountain Range—open, beautiful, and perfect. Unclaimed territory.

Except for this feline in Burke’s sophomore world history class. He wanted to know who she was and what the hell she was doing there. The wise young kitty had fled, but she hadn’t been so fast as to clear the area before he exited the building. Orange spice and pine tickled his nostrils. He’d not scented her well enough to know if it was her, but when he scanned the area and settled his gaze on the trees—he couldn’t miss the rustle of the leaves.

Leaves rustling without a breeze? Not likely.

Intrigued, and determined, he slid through the hedges and strode across the green grass to stand in the shade of the tree. Above him, crouched on a branch, his quarry regarded him with honey-brown eyes and an expression of hostile curiosity.

“Come down, kitty,” he said in a low voice she should most certainly be able to hear.

The way her nose scrunched told him he hadn’t been wrong. Her mouth compressed into a thin line, and mutiny darkened her eyes. Pretty kitty or not, he would not tolerate disobedience. No pride or pack claimed this area—so the open land was subject to his claim.

He was Alpha.

Not her.

“Now.” He let his cat shine through his eyes. “Don’t make me repeat myself.”

Scowling, she continued her resistance and shifted from her crouch to sit on the branch, legs dangling in defiance. On closer inspection, her dusky skin was sun-drenched golden brown, her exotic features more Indian than Caucasian—and not Native American, but India Indian. Maybe a foreign transplant? An exchange student?

If so, they could work this out. His pride could provide her with protection until she left his territory. Extending her an offer of shelter would also solidify his claim. The stubborn kitten, however, continued her standoff, refusing to come down.

Shifting sideways, he scanned the area. Most of the students had cleared out. This lecture hall wasn’t situated near the library, dorms, or cafeteria. Scenting no one close and finding no one after a quick visual scan, he scaled the tree in two short leaps and landed on the branch nearest his prey.

Eyes wide, she stared at him, her muscles coiled. He caught her arm before she could leap away, and she raked claws down his biceps before he caught her other wrist. “Be nice, kitty. I haven’t tried to attack you.”

Even if she could make the argument he’d cornered her in the tree, he had invited her down first.

“Let me go.” Low, husky—like sex—her voice stroked his cock to stiffness.

“Promise not to run away?” Despite the sting of her claws and the coppery hint of blood she’d drawn, he didn’t want her any farther than she was at the moment. Her eyes went feline, deep gold and slitted.

“I don’t have to promise you anything.”

“Bad kitty.” He grinned. He hadn’t woken this morning planning a battle of wills, but this little kitten was no threat. Fear underscored her anger, and the same fear had her hackles up and claws out.

“Rude.” Another blink, and her eyes were human again.

“Effective,” he argued, and nodded to where he still shackled her wrists. “Promise to behave?”

Huffing out a sigh, she nodded. “I won’t claw your face off, but that’s all I’m promising.”

“Reasonable,” he said, without releasing her. “Add your name to sweeten the deal, and I’ll let go.”

Her eyebrows rose, and her nostrils flared. She wore her outrage beautifully. Amused at her unflinching defiance, he gave her time to think about his offer.

“Fine,” she growled. “My name is Missy. Now. Let. Me. Go.”

A deal was a deal. He released her wrists and dropped to the ground even as she did because he’d expected her to flee. “You could give a guy a complex, trying to run away like you are.”

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Interracial and Multicultural New Releases September 21 to September 27

Sword of Inquest (La Patron’s Sword Book 1) by Sydney Addae (Sep 27, 2014)

Seducing an Assassin (Carnal Diaries Book 3) by Yvonne Nicolas, Pachet Burson, Ice Dragon Productions and Karri Klawiter (Sep 27, 2014)

Hellhound: Black Snow (Burning Passion Book 2) by Gareth Mayers (Sep 27, 2014)

Until We Meet Again (Italianlicious Book 1) by Alexis Ke (Sep 26, 2014)

Erotic Robotic Box Set: Box Set #1-3 (Erotic Robotic #1-3) by August Knights (Sep 26, 2014)

BWWM:The Billionaire’s Assistant- (Sample Preview Short Read) Interracial romance: (bwwm billioniare romance,Interracial… by Samson Valentino, bwwm, bwwm romance and bwwm billionaire romance (Sep 26, 2014)

In Love With The Negress Witch: Interracial Love Fantasy by Rose Kerr (Sep 26, 2014)

Kilted Tentacle Monster: A Search for True Love by Kit Tunstall (Sep 26, 2014)

A Reason To Love Again by Rika Lewis (Sep 26, 2014)

Up for the Game: The Complete Series by Richard Fillmore (Sep 26, 2014)

Queen of His Heart III (Queen Quartette) by Lena Hart (Sep 25, 2014)

To Catch a Star: HarperImpulse Contemporary Romance by Romy Sommer (Sep 25, 2014)

Sangui: Alphas of the Blood by Sam Cheever, Helen Woodall and Erin Dameron-Hill (Sep 25, 2014)

Meet Me Under the Lavender Sky by Sydney Arrison and MJD (Sep 25, 2014)

Belize Nights (Romance on the Go) by Jocelyn Dex (Sep 25, 2014)

His Kind of Woman (BWWM Billionaire Erotic Romance) by Jasmine Furlough (Sep 25, 2014)

The Joy of Erotica: Culture Bundle by Summer Fields (Sep 25, 2014)

Natalie’s New York Adventures, Volume 1: Wet, Hot and Wild with the A.C. Repairman by Alyssa Piedmont (Sep 25, 2014)

Red Light Menage (BWWM Erotic Romance) by Honey Dover (Sep 25, 2014)

Return to Me by Anna Leigh Keaton and Madison Layle (Sep 25, 2014)

Romance: Hot Island Erotica: Sexy Island Flavor by Patecia Prince, Luke Brown and Berthalicia Fonseca (Sep 25, 2014)

This Game Called Life (Kingdom Book 4) by Theresa L. Henry (Sep 25, 2014)

Too Much Teasing (A Roommate seduces her first Black Man) by Lexxi Xavier (Sep 25, 2014)

What to Read After FSOG: The Gemstone Collection (WTRAFSOG Book 6) by London Casey, Emily Ryan-Davis, A.C. James and T.J. Michaels (Sep 25, 2014)

Mating Rights by Jaide Fox (Sep 24, 2014)

La Femme Selita by Lolah Lace (Sep 24, 2014)

Anticipation: D’Amato Brothers/S&M Crossover by Vera Roberts (Sep 24, 2014)

Jordan’s Deliverance by Tiffany Monique (Sep 24, 2014)

The Separation: After Life’s Hurdles & The True Winner by Steven S. Sharp (Sep 24, 2014)

Full Circle (Central Florida Pack) by Chudney Thomas (Sep 24, 2014)

BBW on Fire: Nikki and Chase: Book 2 by Moxie North (Sep 24, 2014)

Animal Attraction (BWWM Shifter Romance) by Lexi Lewis (Sep 24, 2014)

Daniel’s Girl: Romancing an Older Man by Mallory Monroe and Katherine Cachitorie (Sep 24, 2014)

Chrome & Leather – The Novel (Adriana Ness ♯1) (Motorcycle Club Romance) by Deep Pink (Sep 24, 2014)

Mixed Emotions: Book 3 by Sasha Livingston (Sep 24, 2014)

Last Call by Bridget Midway (Sep 24, 2014)

Iron Clad Redemption by Bobbi Romans (Sep 24, 2014)

Love Disrupted: Ardent Billionaire Romance Series, Book 1 by Shyla Starr (Sep 24, 2014)

HOOK (Summer Schemes Book 2) by Cate Thorne (Sep 24, 2014)

Painting the Wolf Billionaire (BBW Paranormal Romance) by Jessica Waltman (Sep 24, 2014)

Chronicles: The Two Queens (The Medusa Publishing Paranormal Romance Series. Book 1) by Thaddeus Knight (Sep 24, 2014)

Her Hollywood Kiss Part 4 (BWWM Romance) by Susan Westwood (Sep 23, 2014)

Marked by Temptation by L.L. Monk (Sep 23, 2014)

Secrets: The Researcher II by Vivienne Craft (Sep 23, 2014)

Storms and Dreams (Becoming Jane Book 3) by Alexis Adare (Sep 23, 2014)

Thrill Driven by Candi Silk (Sep 23, 2014)

Love Reborn by Elena Brown (Sep 23, 2014)

Lost in Her Eyes by D.L. Uhlrich (Sep 23, 2014)

Load the Dice: Episode 2, Holdout Man by Moriah Gemel (Sep 23, 2014)

All You’ll Ever Need (Jenkins Family Series Book 2) by Sharon C. Cooper (Sep 22, 2014)

His Ward by Lena Matthews (Sep 22, 2014)

Diva by Imari Jade (Sep 22, 2014)

Southern Drawl (Bryson Corners Book 2) by Paige Warren (Sep 22, 2014)

Much Too Big! by Katie Hinson (Sep 22, 2014)

Tentacle Weekend by Roman E. Pyre (Sep 22, 2014)

The Ebony Stranger: A Book of Fairy Passion by Jessica Lucianne (Sep 22, 2014)

The Gangsta Bundle: Four Erotic Stories In One! by Aaliyah Jackson (Sep 22, 2014)

Wrecked (Dueling Devils Book 3) by Shyla Colt and Leanore Elliot (Sep 21, 2014)

Hidden Justice: Midnight Moaning Collection by Cora Blu (Sep 21, 2014)

Mystery Woman: Taboo Older Man Younger Woman Menage Seduction First Time (Steamy Hot Family Taboo Collection) by J.C. McRiley (Sep 21, 2014)

Paradox (Felig Chronicles Book 4) by P. J. Dean (Sep 21, 2014)

Those are the books we found around the way  this week! Had an IR/MC release and don’t see your book here? Email your IR/MC release to irmcbooks (at) hotmail (dot) com

Saturday Free Reads

Privilege And Power 1 (Romance about first times series) by Linda Leray and Peter Killick

Be careful what you wish for…

Allie Davids, an extremely successful, young South African business woman, is scarred and carries with her the legacy of an emotionally crushing past. Despite an almost obsessive dedication to her “Beauty Within” chain of beauty salons, she harbors a painful, unfulfilled wish – to simply love and be loved.

Richard Thorpe, the world famous British actor, can have any woman he wants. Love is definitely not on his agenda when their professional paths cross in Cape Town and Allie shares her most intimate, hidden secret. But never say never!

Will Allie find happiness, despite the unspoken and mysterious threats that hover menacingly in the background?

…it may come true!

Two Weeks in Geneva: Book One by Lydia Rowan (Jul 29, 2014)

An unplanned trip could lead to unlikely love…

Quinn Jeffries is having a bad week. After a coworker is injured, she finds herself in Geneva, Switzerland with the fate of her architectural firm, not to mention her own job, resting on her shoulders. All Quinn wants is to save her company and go home. Unfortunately for her, nothing is that simple with the rage-inducing, sinfully handsome Alexander Montague around.

Alexander Montague has plans for his company, and he won’t let anyone–including Quinn, the intriguing American whose curves entice him far more than they should–stand in his way.

Focused on what’s at stake, Quinn and Alexander try to ignore their growing attraction, but the pull between them can’t be denied. For this unlikely pair, can two weeks in Geneva lead to love?


Fridays Featured CoverArt – One Night Stand by M.O. Kenyan


Blurb ~

Catelella Ross thought that she had been through it all and had come out of the other side a winner. Beating leukemia and getting her life back with the support of her husband, that’s what she thought. When her husband Michael discovers that she can’t have a child due to the chemotherapy he leaves her. Catalella tries to commit suicide but when she is saved she wakes up with a new lease on life. A few years later she concentrates all her efforts on the law firm that her father had left to her.

Ethan McCreery had a hard time growing up. The death of his father forced him to take over the family empire, but he still had his father’s best friend calling the shots. He has to prove himself so as to inherit all of the fortune his father had left to him. A billionaire business man by day and a night club owner by night, a one night stand changes his life completely. Bewitched by Catalella’s full lips the last thing he expected to come out of them are the words “I am pregnant!”

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Thursday Thoughts: Wait, did I just tweet that?

I’ve recently become quite addicted to Twitter. I’d been a reluctant convert for some time, because as it happens with most new social media, I just didn’t get it. Hell, it took me forever to get a personal Facebook account because I was wary of being connected to so many people all at once. I mean, I like people, but I gots to have my space. So when I began to put more energy in the marketing aspect of my writing, I realized quickly I needed to get myself sorted when it came to social media. I good dig blogging because that was an extension of what I loved doing. Writing. The list kept growing as I tacked on more avenues to connect with readers, but the idea of having to create daily soundbites in 140 characters or less was still freaking me out.

Needless to say I’ve gotten over my aversion and have been known to exclaim, “I need to tweet that!” at some point in the day (I actually did it today). I’d had just my toe in for so long, it wasn’t until I’d finally dived into the deep in that I needed to take a step back and look at what I was doing. My Twitter account is not a “personal” account, but instead an extension of the brand I’m creating as a writer. In the beginning I’d used it solely to promote my writing, tweeting when a book was released, or posting a link to a blog I’d written or been featured in, but I had no voice beyond trying desperately to get people to read my work. Some time back I read an article (or blog because it’s become apparently clear the two words have become interchangeable in our culture) about not being that junk tweeter, trying to get people to buy your product. I took the message to heart and began altering the way in which I communicated on Twitter and now I have a new dilemma, checking myself.

I’m a naturally snarky personality that’s prone to ragey rants about injustices that vary from the social construction of gender to my inability to find the cheese I like at the market. I’m a huge people watcher, critic of human foibles, and general instigator of mayhem in my personal life. Who knew 140 characters was just what I needed to get all of the quirky little quips that dance at the edge of my tongue out. In my excitement to tweet all of the nuances I’d usually observed in life but didn’t have an ability to document at rapid speed, I’d forgotten that this wasn’t my “personal” account. This was at the end of the day, me trying to not look like I desperately want people to buy my books. In fact, I have probably spent more time crafting tweets in the last few weeks than I’ve done working on a WIP. In essence, I’ve been playing with my new toy and not thinking about why I even have the damn toy. I’ve gone to tweet something and had to pull back, think about, really think about it because, well, I’m me and as much as I don’t want to be that person that bombards folks with tweets that say “Buy Me!” I also don’t want to bombard them with tweets that are basically a sharp tongued stream of consciousness. It’s hard keeping that balance at times but now that I’ve noticed I’m committed to being better. Fingers crossed I keep to that commitment.

Excerpt Monday ~ Diva by Imari Jade


Blurb ~

Native New Orleanian Lena Monroe is given the chance of a lifetime when she meets music promoter Edward (Eddie) Anderson when he discovers her singing and cleaning his hotel room. She is literally swept off her feet by the handsome and dashing white man with the sexy green eyes, and she naively follows him to Los Angeles. Once she gets everything she wants, Lena discovers that fame comes with a price. Is she willing to let a man walk all over her just to be a superstar?

Eddie Anderson took one look at the domestic goddess cleaning his room and thought he’d died and gone to heaven. Not only did she have a beautiful face, but she had a rocking body to go with it. When he heard her sing, he felt like the clouds had opened up and unleashed an angel. But could he be satisfied with just one woman when he was used to having females throw themselves at his feet?

Excerpt ~

The last thing Eddie Anderson expected to see in his hotel suite was a young black woman singing and dancing to an old Bee Gees’ song. She had no clue he had returned to his room because she’d been deep into her performance. And what an enchanting sight from the back with her wide hips swaying erotically to the beat.

She hurried past him to the nightstand and turned the radio off. “I’m sorry. I love music,” she said, rewarding him with an alluring yet friendly smile.

“What’s your name?” Eddie asked her as he ran his gaze over her from head to toe. She was simply gorgeous with an oval face, almond-shaped brown eyes heavy with dark lashes and a mouth he wouldn’t mind kissing. She wore her black hair in one thick braid down her back.

“Lena. Lena Monroe.”

“Hi, Lena Monroe, My name is Edward Anderson, but everyone calls me Eddie. I like music too and I think you have a smashing voice.”

The smile on her face made two little dimples appear. He guessed she might have had a little Choctaw Indian in her. He could tell this from those high cheek bones, slim nose and that hair. He’d met a wide variety of people since coming to New Orleans a little over a week ago. He loved the culture, the laid back way they spoke, and of course he dug the food.

“I love your voice. Have you ever thought about becoming a singer?”

“Every day of my life,” Lena answered.

She had a rich alto tone to go with all the sexy brown sugar. Just the sound made him feel hot beneath the collar.

Eddie pulled a business card out of his pocket and handed it to her. “Look me up if you’re ever in Los Angeles.”

Lena looked down at the card he’d given her and ran her finger over the raised lettering. “Is this for real?”

Eddie’s heart beat like a bass drum as her voice got to him. It had a hint of innocence to it. “Yes, it’s for real. Do you think they’d let any old bum rent the penthouse suite?”

Lena looked embarrassed for a moment. A deep blush appeared on her face. She lowered his eyes.

My god she is an innocent. “How old are you?”

“Twenty-three,” Lena answered, raising her eyes again. “How old are you?”

“Old enough to know better,” Eddie answered, checking her out again. “I’m thirty-two.”

“That’s not very old,” Lena said.

“I’m older than you,” Eddie teased. “But I’m serious about the singing. Call me if you ever make it to Los Angeles and I’ll schedule an appointment for you to audition.”

She looked at him like she didn’t believe him, but she did give him another smile as she prepared to leave. “Nice meeting you.”

Eddie held the door open for her while she maneuvered her cart out of the room. “Nice meeting you too, Lena.” He watched her walk away. Nice ass and legs. Damn. Eddie closed his door and walked to the kitchenette where he had placed the roast beef po-boy sandwich he’d left his room to get. Later he had a meeting with some New Orleans backers about concert time for one of his groups who would be performing in a couple of months at the Jazz Festival. He was scheduled to leave in two days and head back to Los Angeles, but he had plans to go to Harrah’s Casino for a little while and off to the Quarter to hear some of the local bands performing on Bourbon Street before he called it a night. His thoughts drifted back to Lena Monroe. She came with her own stage name. He wondered if maybe he should have invited her out to dinner and gotten to know her better. Hopefully he would see her again before he checked out of the hotel.

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Interracial and Multicultural New Releases September 6 to September 20

Creed (The Marquette Family Book One) by Tressie Lockwood (Sep 20, 2014)

Too Old for This by Giselle Renarde (Sep 20, 2014)

An Elven Storm (Elven Claimed Series (a BWWM Paranormal Fantasy Shifter Romance) Book 3) by Lexi Johnson, BBW Paranormal Romance Pack and Interracial Paranormal Romance (Sep 19, 2014)

Sweet Jazz by Ursula Renee (Sep 19, 2014)

Song of Desire: Versions 1 & 2 by Marilyn Lee (Sep 19, 2014)

Everything is Everything: book 1 by Pepper Pace (Sep 18, 2014)

Connor: The Wilde Brothers (The Billionaire’s Desire Book 3) by Rose Francis (Sep 18, 2014)

Foreign Pleasures by Sophia Banks (Sep 18, 2014)

Interracial BWWM Romance – 5 Erotic Stories Bundle by Sky Paty (Sep 18, 2014)

Tempted (Scarlet Ties Book 2) by Samara King (Sep 18, 2014)

With This Ring (Denim & Spurs Book 1) by Aliyah Burke (Sep 17, 2014)

Jungle Heat: Paranormal Shifter Romance (Amazon Chronicles Book 1) by Sarah Makela (Sep 17, 2014)

Hearts on the Line Collection: Books 1-3 (Vengeful in Love, Reunited in Love, Redemption in Love) by Nadia Lee (Sep 17, 2014)

Baby by the Numbers by Teona Bell (Sep 17, 2014)

How Do You Want It? by Aaliyah Jackson (Sep 17, 2014)

Rosie’s Redemption: a robot erotic romance (Erotic Robotic Book 3) by August Knights (Sep 17, 2014

Sheik’s Bed: A Sahara Night by Rachel Cade and Cameron Yaeger (Sep 17, 2014)

Sinners in the Dark (In The Dark Series Book 2) by Inger Iversen (Sep 17, 2014)

Taming The Rapper Bundle (Interracial Billionaire Romance Erotica) by Becca Fanning (Sep 17, 2014)

The Things We Do For Love 2 (BWWM Romance) by Tasha Blue (Sep 17, 2014)

Beautiful Skin by Shara Azod (Sep 16, 2014)

Among The Whispering Lilacs: Interracial Romance by Clarise Watkins (Sep 16, 2014)

The Billionaire’s Game (BWWM Romance) by Tara Raine (Sep 16, 2014)

Claiming Lucian (An Interracial BWWM and BDSM Erotic Romance Story): Women Warriors of Lustania #1 by Auriella Skye (Sep 16, 2014)

Clawed Together (Werebear BBW Paranormal Romance) by Raya Black (Sep 16, 2014)

FORBIDDEN BUNDLE (20 Book Extremely Taboo Box Set) by Ivana Cox and Lola Minx (Sep 16, 2014)

A Halloween Treat by Jamie Jones (Sep 15, 2014)

If I Could Go by Nevea Lane (Sep 16, 2014)

Just Like Love: episode 3 by Ava Rush (Sep 16, 2014)

Made for You: Marcia and David’s Story (The Made Series Book 2) by Candace Nicole Werts (Sep 16, 2014)

Mate of Three by Marteeka Karland and Shara Azod (Sep 16, 2014)

Music Sounds Better With You – The Complete Bundle by Cherry Kay (Sep 16, 2014)

Ready to Roll (Roll of the Dice Book 2) by Melanie Greene (Sep 16, 2014)

Seducing Skye (Dragon Warriors Book 4) by Khloe Wren (Sep 16, 2014)

Something About Jayden by Rawiya, Elicia Stoll and Clarissa Yeo (Sep 16, 2014)

Too Big To Fit: Too Sexy To Resist by Sophia Banks (Sep 16, 2014)

Violet Storm by Tuesday Morrigan (Sep 16, 2014)

Holding Out for a Superhero: A Multi-Author Box Set by Nana Malone, V.J. Chambers, June Gray and Joni Hahn (Sep 15, 2014)

The Alpha’s Mail Order Bride – Part 3 (BBW Shifter Romance) by Jasmine White (Sep 15, 2014)

Bearly Able To Fit: (BBW Paranormal Shape Shifter Romance) by Summer Jenner (Sep 15, 2014)

Between the Sheets (Cocktail Cruises Book 3) by Allie Boniface (Sep 15, 2014)

BIG BEAUTIFUL BABES BUNDLE: BBW Erotic Romance Stories by Evelyn Wren (Sep 15, 2014)

Birthrights & Bloodshed- Callaway Wolves Series Book 3 (An Interracial/Paranomal Romance) (Callaway Wolve Series… by Jessica N. Lane (Sep 15, 2014)

Don’t Say You Love Me (Boundless Love Book 1) by Iris Deorre (Sep 15, 2014)

Good Touch, Bad Touch (Taboo Forbidden Interracial Play) by Talia Day (Sep 15, 2014)

Light Me Up (Seven Steamy Series Starters) by Lorelei James, M. Malone, Roxie Rivera and Vivian Arend (Sep 15, 2014)

Mixed Emotions: Book 1 by Sasha Livingston (Sep 15, 2014)

Myths of Lust and Love, Volume 1 by C.V. Walter (Sep 15, 2014)

Onyx Mafia: Unquenchable – Episode 1: Book 2 – Azina and Meghan by Nova Black (Sep 15, 2014)

Stone Cold Knockout (House of Pain Book 1) by Lavender Parker and Katy Farrell (Sep 15, 2014)

Try a Little Tenderness by Roslyn Hardy Holcomb (Sep 15, 2014)

On Call: The Collection by P.D. Singer (Sep 14, 2014)

Empty by Stacy-Deanne (Sep 14, 2014)

Mr & Mrs Big Stuff (Billionaire BWWM Romance) by CJ Howard (Sep 14, 2014)

Cradled (Impossible Forever Book 1) by Erica Brando (Sep 14, 2014)

Double Trouble (Men of 3X CONStruction Book 7) by Erosa Knowles (Sep 14, 2014)

Shadowman by Carol Robi (Sep 14, 2014)

The Stormy Encounter by Siren Burgess (Sep 14, 2014)

Beast Protector (Shifter Legends Book 4) by Kassanna (Sep 13, 2014)

Every Last Drop: BWWM Romance by Sophia Banks (Sep 13, 2014)

Northern Lights: Part One by C.M. Wilson and Shonell Bacon (Sep 13, 2014)

Drake’s Destiny (The Space Between Book 3) by Victoria H. Smith (Sep 13, 2014)

Julie & Kishore by Carol Jackson (Sep 12, 2014)

Deep, Dark Secrets (IR Romance) by Heather Rae (Sep 12, 2014)

Miss Guided: a Guide to Love novella by Alexia Adams and Alethea Spiridon Hopson (Sep 12, 2014)

Blood of the Dragon: The Last Crusader Book 1 by Michael Erickston (Sep 12, 2014)

Allie’s War, An Urban Fantasy: Episode 35 by JC Andrijeski (Sep 12, 2014)

Soul Searching by J.M. Northup and Simone Beaudelaire (Sep 12, 2014)

Love Undercover by Nana Prah (Sep 13, 2014)

Hot Weather: A Pair of Erotic Romances by Susan Hart (Sep 12, 2014)

Long Tall Sally: Small Town Interracial Love Series, Volume 1 by Tiffany McDowell (Sep 12, 2014)

Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Pair of Erotic Stories by Susan Hart (Sep 12, 2014)

One Night Stand (New Yorker III) by M.O. Kenyan (Sep 11, 2014)

Best Friends by A.R. Williams (Sep 11, 2014)

More Than a Client by Ambrielle Kirk (Sep 11, 2014)

Cleo At The Club (Hot Interracial Erotica) by Alex Dawson (Sep 11, 2014)

Beyond The Voyeur Lens (Interracial, Voyeur) (Unstoppable Desires Book 1) by Sylvia Parker (Sep 11, 2014)

Hot Steamy Sex In The Bedroom: Wild Screaming Orgasms Series by TC Angel and Milf Johnson (Sep 11, 2014)

A Vampire, A Shifter (BWWM Paranormal Vampire Romance Book 1) by J A Fielding, Esther Banks and BWWM Romance Dot Com (Sep 10, 2014)

Under a Ravening Moon (BWWM Dark Paranormal Romance Novellas): Formerly the Halloween Love Series by Sam Cheever, Helen Woodall and Erin Dameron-Hill (Sep 10, 2014)

What the Earl Desires (Rakes and Rogues Book 1) by Aliyah Burke (Sep 10, 2014)

Breath of Love (Dragon Erotica): Rising Dragons #5 by Ophelia Bell (Sep 10, 2014)

Caramel Candy by Maxine Clematis (Sep 10, 2014)

The Cookie Cutter House by Jocelyn G. Donahoo (Sep 10, 2014)

Adam’s Rebellion: a robot erotic romance (Erotic Robotic Book 2) by August Knights (Sep 10, 2014)

Love Liaisons: A Romance Anthology by Cain Berlinger (Sep 10, 2014)

Leslie DuBois Historical Fiction Bundle by Lesile DuBois (Sep 10, 2014)

Two Weeks in Geneva: Book Three by Lydia Rowan (Sep 9, 2014)

A Life Sublime (Italian Knights Series Book 3) by Billy London (Sep 9, 2014)

JADE. (Diversity Greek Council Series Book 1) by Dy Young (Sep 9, 2014)

LURE (Summer Schemes Book 1) by Cate Thorne (Sep 9, 2014)

Love Decided: Lonely Billionaire Romance Series, Book 3 by Shyla Starr (Sep 9, 2014)

Eva’s Secret: Volume Three – Embracing the Wild by Ana Vela (Sep 9, 2014)

Sex, Lies, and Joysticks by Lynn Chantale (Sep 9, 2014)

Her First American: A Novel by Lore Segal and Stanley Crouch (Sep 9, 2014)

DYAD (The Labyrinth of Passion Book 2) by Charles Westmont (Sep 9, 2014)

First and Only Destiny: First Love, First Kiss, Forever Love? by Gloria Silk (Sep 9, 2014)

Second Destiny: The older generation broke them apart, the younger generation reunites them (Destiny Series Book… by Gloria Silk (Sep 9, 2014)

Lila’s Thunder: The Almeida Brothers, Book One by Trevion Burns (Sep 8, 2014)

Raw Exposure by Aliyah Burke (Sep 8, 2014)

Liars Game: A Black Orchid Novel by Magnolia Smith (Sep 8, 2014)

A Taste of Honi by Renee Michaels and Leanore Elliot (Sep 8, 2014)

Mischief, Mongrels and Mayhem (ROAR) by Heather Long (Sep 8, 2014)

Sieged by Rym by Yvette Hines (Sep 8, 2014)

Lover Claimed (Dark Wolf Enterprises Book 2) by A.M. Griffin (Sep 8, 2014)

Swirl: Aubrey and Ace (Interracial BWWM) by Mahaughani Fiyah (Sep 8, 2014)

The Escapade Series, Books One and Two by Ellis Carrington (Sep 8, 2014)

Don’t Judge Me (A Judgment Novel Book 1) by Sylvie Fox (Sep 8, 2014)

Mastered & Claimed: Our Professor Learns to Obey these Lessons: Interracial Domination and Submission Erotica by Jen Queens (Sep 8, 2014)

The Trouble with Playing Cupid by Tamara Philip (Jul 23, 2014)

Texas Twang (Bryson Corners Book 1) by Paige Warren (Sep 8, 2014)

Hija e mallkuar (Albanian Edition) by Thanas Medi (Sep 8, 2014)

Space Curved: Dark Stars (Captain Kelly and the Empress – Episode 1): Dark Stars (Captain Kelly and the Empress… by Nova Black (Sep 8, 2014)

My Protector Part 2 (Angel Falls) by Stephanie Burke (Sep 8, 2014)

Unafraid to Cry by Siddhartha (Sep 8, 2014)

Reclaiming the Wolf (Cascade Shifters Book 1) by Jessie Donovan and Hot Tree Editing (Sep 7, 2014)

Below The Surface (The Jackson Family Book 1) by Sara Hooper (Sep 7, 2014)

Load the Dice: Episode 1, Blind Bet by Moriah Gemel (Sep 7, 2014)

A Trip With The Man Of The House (Interracial Taboo Erotica) by Krystal Kummings (Sep 7, 2014)

Run by Eve Vaughn and Gwen Lane (Sep 6, 2014)

Taken by Need by LeTeisha Newton (Sep 6, 2014)

Montana’s Last Virgin Frontier (Daddy’s Girl 100 Kindle Unlimited Erotic Tales) by Xaviana Lady (Sep 6, 2014)

Cookies, Cupcakes & Cars by Nycole S. Bailey and Melody Simmons (of eBookindiecovers) (Sep 6, 2014)

Thick Strokes: BBW Erotica by Sophia Banks (Sep 6, 2014)

Xaman by Simone Beaudelaire and Edwin Stark (Sep 6, 2014)

Protected By The Wolf – Book 2 (Springfield Wolves) by Tia Archer (Sep 6, 2014)

The Reunion by Shayne Powell (Sep 6, 2014)

Pattern for Murder (The Russian Connection Book 1) by Capri Montgomery (Sep 5, 2014)

Paying For It by Sherrod Story (Sep 5, 2014)

Ensnared by Charisma Knight (Sep 5, 2014)

Lucky’s Charm (Through the Veil Book 1) by Kassanna (Sep 5, 2014)

Buttercream (Luscious Love Book 1) by Roslyn Hardy Holcomb (Sep 5, 2014)

Shared By The Alpha Bears Two (MMF Paranormal Romance) by Amy Star (Sep 5, 2014)


Those are the books we found around the way  this week! Had an IR/MC release and don’t see your book here? Email your IR/MC release to irmcbooks (at) hotmail (dot) com

Saturday Free Reads

Best Woman for the Job (Jenkins Family Book 0) by Sharon C. Cooper


When plumber, Toni (TJ) Jenkins, shows up at Cincinnati police officer, Craig Logan’s house to repair his plumbing issues, he thinks it’s a joke, but soon finds out the joke is on him. Toni is the finest plumber he’s ever seen. Will Craig realize before it’s too late, that not only is she the best woman for the job, but she’s also the best woman for him?

This is a short story prequel to – Still the Best Woman for the Job.

Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Caprice was on the fast track to becoming a young CEO. Raised by her former supermodel mother, Caprice was supposed to follow the path that her mother’s stilettos left. Until a letter from her father, mafia don; Domani Bonatelli, changed the course of her life.
Four years later, living in New York City, Caprice abandoned the life she had once cherished and focused solely on obtaining what her father has… power.
At 22 and fully engrossed in a life of crime, Caprice has a job to do.

Protect the Bonatelli name and family business at all costs…but what exactly will it cost her?


Thursday Thoughts: Joie du sexe

I’ve been in a slump after a fruitful bit of writing frenzy. I’m going to blame the heat as it feels as if it’s Dante’s Inferno in Southern California, and the heat brings out all of my feline tendencies. Therefore, when I realized Thursday Thoughts were coming up I was seized with indecision as to what to write about. I’ve been doing this little gig for some time now, and the fear of repeating myself constantly looms overhead. My thoughts are varied and eclectic but can be circuitous at times, and I find myself back where I started. In an effort to not be another talking head, blah, blah, blahing about romance I decided to go through my personal website and see what I’ve been up to over the years. I discovered that there was variety, eclectic subjects, and most definitely circuitous prose bandying about on the page.

So, for this post I began to comb through my blogs trying to find what links all of the ramblings that I put out into the universe and I came to the conclusion that I really enjoy sex. Not just any old sex, but the kind that is hot, sweaty, sweetly dirty, and committed to the mutual fulfillment of both partners. I want to tell the story of couples that are committed to each other, if only for a moment of explosive passion, or a lifetime of tiny earthquakes that break them down and build them up to something stronger and grounded more firmly in each other. I want there to be love, lust, and anything else that falls on the spectrum of what happens when two people (or three or four) share their bodies with each other so intimately. I want a lot it seems when it comes to the three little word “sex” and I want to share it with as many people as possible.

Therefore, when I came upon this short little ditty I’d written when the weather wasn’t so oppressively hot, and my synapsis were firing away thoughts of delightfully naughty things, I knew sharing would be the perfect expression of caring. Hopefully the weather will reach a manageable temperature by next week and I’ll be back to my happily rambling self. Until then, enjoy my idea of the joy of sex.

Unedited and Copyrighted by Janet Eckford

Softly Whispering Words of Wonder

“If you can’t be still, I’m going to stop.”

His words are a soft whisper against my skin that causes me to gasp with anticipation. I can’t help but squirm when he touches me like this, fingers light but purposeful, honing in on all of the parts of my body that have become used to his unique brand of pleasure. I am wanton and needy, aching for the fulfillment I only ever seem to achieve with him. He pauses as I moan with frustration and it is all the warning I need to obey his command.

“Very good,” he breathes out against the damp column of my neck.

Very good, indeed, I think as he begins to lift my skirt ever so slightly. I can’t believe we’re doing this but I couldn’t imagine stopping. He traces the edges of my damp panties and I resist the urge to shift my body at just the right angle to have us touching skin to oh so sensitive skin. He must sense my longing and instead of torturing me, drawing out the inevitable, he slips his fingers under the delicate lace and softly strokes me.

“Is this for me?”

His husky whisper is equal parts teasing and wonder. He knows that it is always for him but it is his asking that I find so appealing. He never takes for granted what we create and it feeds my desire each time, like food plucked from the garden of the gods. His other hand grips the back of my neck and tilts my head at just the right angle so I can be kissed properly. The room we have found is too dark for me to see his eyes but I don’t need light to see the love that is reflected there. I sob softly as he kisses me firmly and slips two of his fingers inside of me, with his thumb applying just the right amount of pressure to my sensitive bud. When he pulled me away from the party I knew this was his intent but now that it has finally happened I can’t help feeling as if this is a newly exciting thing we have discovered.

“I love to make you come,” he whispers against my lips, with a slight hitch in his voice.

“I love to come for you,” I reply with a hiss of pleasure.

It’s a truth that we enjoy together and it is a fact that causes my body to tense, pulsing with the need for release, just waiting for…one…more…stroke.

“If you can’t be still, I’m going to stop,” he whispers playfully.