Marilyn Lee lives, works, and writes on the East Coast. In addition to thoroughly enjoying writing erotic romances, she enjoys roller-skating, spending time with her large, extended family, and rooting for all her hometown sports teams. Her other interests include collecting Doc Savage pulp novels from the thirties and forties and collecting Marvel comics from the seventies and eighties (particularly Thor and The Avengers).
Her favorite TV shows are forensic shows, westerns (Gunsmoke and Have Gun, Will Travel are particular favorites), mysteries (loves the old Charlie Chan mysteries. Her all time favorite mystery movie is probably Dead, Again), and nearly every vampire movie or television show ever made (Forever Knight and Count Yorga, Vampire are favorites).
Marilyn has won numerous writing accolades, including a CAPA award for Bloodlust: Conquering Mikhel Dumont and the following Lub-Dubs Awards for 2009: Lifetime Achievement Award, In Blood And Worth Loving (Best erotic novel and best sci-fi/fantasy/paranormal Award.
She loves to hear from readers who can email her at Mlee2057@AOL.com or who can visit her website, http://www.marilynlee.org. She has a Yahoo! Group called Love Bytes that readers can join by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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by Marilyn Lee
Price: $2.99 USD. 17820 words.
Published on May 2, 2011. Fiction.
After years of losing his women to his twin brother, James Jordan falls hard for his brother's latest women, Mila Jensen. After things get hot and heavy between them, his womanizing twin brother breezes back into town to recalim the woman James in now in love with.
Any Time, Any Place
by Marilyn Lee
Price: $0.99 USD. 3040 words.
Published on June 16, 2010. Fiction.
Any Time Any Place is a very short, sweet version of Marilyn Lee’s latest full-length erotic romance, Loving Large—Yours, Only And Always. In Any Time Any Place, a shy divorced teacher meets a handsome man who wants to get to know her—Any Time Any Place.
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