Vivacious by nature, I'm either baking or thinking up my next love scenes--talk about mixing ingredients. Trust me, the recipes are always delicious, especially if chocolate's involved. I love a good night out on the town where I can discard the mom profile and dance to my heart's content.
Writing has always been my passion. I strongly believe in soulmates and feel eternally lucky that I snatched up mine. The wilder side of me comes out in my erotic writings, where I fuse lustful fantasy with the paranormal edge. I thoroughly enjoy making up worlds, hunky men who cause me to go weak in the knees and intelligent women who can also let their hair down.
My erotic novels are published with Ellora's Cave, HQN Spice Briefs and I'm also and Indie author. My first Indie book, Rapture, received an EPPIE Award for Best Paranormal/Fantasy Romance for an e-book.
I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and have the best view of the Atlantic Ocean. Halifax is my exotic! I am a member of Romance Writers of America, my local Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada, and the Nova Scotia Writer's Federation. I can be reached at email@example.com.
I'm also the founder of StoryFinds.com which promotes authors on-line. I love to support fellow authors. Writing is a creative process and we all need to rejoice and help each other.
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Claiming Poseidon's Heart
by Renee Field
Approx. 15,820 words.
Published on May 6, 2013.
The God of the Seas doesn’t believe in soul-love. He rules his kingdom with an iron fist. When whalers try to kill his creatures he lets his anger get the best of him. Saving the woman diver unleashes a chain of events and for once in his existence Poseidon doesn’t know how to cope with the strong-willed female who doesn’t think much of him.
by Renee Field
Approx. 97,970 words.
Published on May 6, 2013.
Mermen aren't real. That's what biologist Jamie Winters thinks until a gorgeous Greek god enters her life and drowns her, forcing her to rapture into a Siren. Used to logic, she can't quite come to terms with Seth Cutter's magical undersea realm or the fact that he's a macho Titan.
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Smashwords book reviews by Renee Field
- The Rebel - A Highlander Short Story
on Jan. 13, 2011
Wow. I devoured The Rebel by Julianne MacLean and it’s a great prequel to her new Highlander series which I can’t wait to get my hands on. From the moment when Alex meets Elizabeth sparks fly and while at first it has all to do with the swords they’re wielding at each, it quickly turns into a cute flirtation that reads true. It had me wishing to be Elizabeth just so I could meet the handsome highlander, Alex. I loved that Julianne set up the scene with fighting, letting Alex save the damsel in distress and then gallantly helped her find relatives so she could heal her broken heart because her brother died in the English/Scottish war. The heart-wrenching one kiss Alex and Elizabeth share is enough to make the reader weep because it’s fleeting, but true enough to make you want to shout at them to get it on. This book leaves you wanting to read more of Julianne work. Bring it on Julianne.
on May 13, 2011
Wow! Nothing like sinking my teeth into a Sex in the City-vampire style gal who kicks ass, has a conscious and is sarcastically funny about her view on life, religion, love and lots more. Honestly from the first page I couldn't put this book down. I seriously hope there are more books to come from Bagnell. The scenes were tightly written, Sabrina's POV jumped from the page and she is now my new best friend. I want more!!!! Bagnell tell me you are working on a sequel!
- Heaven Is For Heroes
on Nov. 11, 2011
I have tears in my eyes again. I just finished P.J. Sharon’s amazing YA book Heaven is for Heroes and I think it’s only fitting that on Remembrance Day I highlight it. Heaven is for Heroes starts off with a funeral but quickly becomes a journey for both Alex (aka Coop) and Jordan who both have to learn to get over the loss of Lee, brother to Jordan and friend and marine buddy to Coop.
I loved how the book took me inside Jordan’s head, from her trying to be normal, wishing to uncover the truth about her brother’s death to her growing feelings for Coop and her struggling sense of what the future holds for her. There’s such struggle between Coop and Jordan that I was rooting for them from the get go to get together, but I’m not going to tell you how this ends because it’s worth reading every page of this book.
I loved how Sharon was descriptive with her prose, so much so, I could picture Coop trying to learn how to cope with one leg, how often he cursed at the nurses and at himself. Guilt is a huge layer in this book but it doesn’t take away from the fact that Jordan and Coop are teenagers wanting to explore each other like any normal teens. Those awkward ‘almost’ moments were precious.
For anyone who has family in the military this book is a great teen read, and for those that don’t it certainly will give you a true appreciation of how the effects of war reach well beyond the people who fight in them. For a person who has never read a YA book about an injured marine, I highly recommend this book.