What’s New in Nancy’s World

Welcome the New Year!

Another new year is upon us. I’ve got a number of great things scheduled for 2019 and I look forward to sharing a lot of good news in the coming weeks.

I don’t make too many resolutions because I hate disappointing myself when I don’t follow through. However, I found this list and thought it was perfect for the writer in me.

Scheduled for February Release

Touch Me ~ Book 1 in my Lusty Liaisons series of ultra-steamy short stories–part of the new line of quick reads from The Wild Rose Press’ Wilder Catalog!

When schoolteacher Maggie Lewis agrees to a one-night only meeting with businessman Evan Steele she’s not sure what to expect. Yet, the temptation this unique and exclusive service provides is more than she can resist. Her friends are always bragging about their fantastic sex lives. Maggie has only experienced mediocre. Will the decadence of a single night with a stranger change her perceptions?

Evan Steele is a workaholic. His recent sexual conquests have left him longing for something more, something different. He longs to experience a lusty, no-holds barred night with a woman who, while not a virgin, still borders on inexperienced. He wants someone who hasn’t got a clue who he is and isn’t after him for his money or anything longer than a single night.

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My Works-in-Progress

All the Single Ladies ~ a four-novella series centered around college roommates and best friends about to celebrate their 10 year class reunion. Naughty, sexy and downright decadent. Look for the series from The Wild Rose Press’ Wilder Catalog!

  • The Ad Executive:  Despite a costly divorce from a conniving ex, Beth Andrews has managed to rebuild her advertising agency into a profitable business.  However, with hard work comes sacrifice and, in Beth’s case, sacrifice means no social life and, worst of all, no love life.

Even worse than having no love life is being witness, albeit covertly, to someone else’s.  The nightly escapades of Beth’s upstairs neighbor spurs her into action to find a suitable lover with comical results.

Little does she suspect that her neighbor, artist Jonathan Tucker, is also a master in the art of seduction.

  • The Lawyer:  Criminal Attorney Willa James wants nothing to do with Assistant DA Alex Winters, other than to soundly beat him in an upcoming court case for one of her most valuable clients.  When Willa finds herself caught in the middle of a power struggle between her client and his former business associates, she realizes what she knows has put her life in danger.  When it looks as if she may not make it out alive, it’s Alex who comes to her rescue.

Despite the legal and moral implications of their working together, neither Alex, nor Willa, can walk way or deny the rising sensual tension that has put them in a number of compromising positions.

  • The Teacher:  Recently separated from her significant other of five years, Holly Winters (sister-in-law of Alex from previous story), struggles to balance her life as the single mother of a rambunctious four-year-old and a high school English teacher.  Were it not for her neighbor, police detective Seth Majors, Holly would never have a moment to herself.

After yet another disappointment from her ex, Holly pours her heart out to Seth. His offer of comfort turns quickly to passion … an all-consuming passion far more explicit than any she’d shared with her egotistical ex.

  • The Doctor:  Dr. Deidre Wallace is a driven woman; determined to succeed in the predominantly male world of cardiac surgery.  Her ambitions have left her with little time for men.  Her one serious relationship years before broke her heart and sent her scurrying away from any type of serious commitment, preferring instead the occasional purely physical encounter.

When she’s assigned to assist renowned cardiac specialist, Grant Myers in the care of a high-ranking politician, she jumps at the chance to learn from his expertise.  What she doesn’t count on is the doctor’s ability to make her feel again; to want something she assumed she’d never have. It quickly becomes obvious that Grant not only knows his way around an operating room but a bedroom as well.