Monday, April 28, 2008

New Releases From Bronwyn Storm

Hello everyone!!
Just wanted to update everyone on my latest releases:
Ethan's Chase is coming out on May 16th. It's a full length Champagne:

From downed networks to binary coding, Chase Logan can handle just about anything. Except her sexy new client, Ethan Phillips. His sculpted looks have Chase’s libido spinning faster than a Pentium 4 processor, but his aloof attitude freezes her in an instant. Five years after charging his ex-fiancĂ©e with fraud and sending her to jail, advertising executive Ethan Phillips’s emotions remain in the ‘off’ position. But Chase’s laugh, her candor and delicious figure, are booting up his feelings and turning on his heart. Though both Chase and Ethan believe their emotions are safe behind their respective firewalls, their mutual attraction renders their logical programming inactive, and they're about to find out that when it comes to love, there are no defenses that can protect the heart.
This is what people are saying about it:
I liked this story, it had my attention until the end, and made me think that what Chase experienced could happen to anyone of us at any time. Ms. Storm did an excellent job with the characters of this story. The plot and scenes were well done, a nice love story. (from Margo Arthur, reviewer for The Romance Studio, who gave Ethan's Chase 4.5/5).
To view the trailer, go to this link.*
My second release is The Genie's Curse, a short Faery romance:
Agnes Frump has spent every moment of her thirty-one years outrunning her horrendous moniker. But push-up bras and hip music producing jobs can't undo her orphan Annie red hair and Alfalfa freckles--nor can they make her best friend, Dillon McKenzie see her as anything but his buddy.
A midnight walk, a fateful fall, the discovery of a magic lamp, and Aggie's priorities shift. In her efforts to help Ebony, the kitten-genie and undo the curse of Aladdin's lamp, she makes a fateful mistake--an inadvertent, "I wish I was in Dillon's arms," and Aggie wakes up in his arms, all right--as a stray dog.
Will Aggie and her genie figure out how to undo a wish gone wrong, or is she doomed to a life of Milk Bones, flea baths and loving Dillon from the foot of her doggy bed?
You can view the trailer here.*
I'll be holding two contests on my blog, one from May 1-16th for Ethan's Chase and the other from June 1-18. You can enter to win a copy of the respective story, as well as other goodies from authors like Kat Henry Doran, Stacy Dawn and Johanna Riley.
*If you have trouble viewing the trailers, they're also available on You Tube and my blog.

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