Keara is an Irish lass who enjoys spinning erotic romances. Her novels are character driven and intriguing enough to jump off the page and pull the reader into the story. Her favorite compliment was when one of her readers declared, "God, I love how you think!"
She spends the bulk of her time on the beach in Florida, but can be found relaxing on the lake shores in Maine, or picking blackberries along the northern California coastline.
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Where Do We Go From Here?
on Aug. 02, 2011
Well written. I felt the frustration of Dani as she came to grips with the fact that she didn't know what she wanted out of her relationship with John. She had the guy of her dreams, but happiness was still out of her grasp. It was their physical connection that eventually brings her back to the realization that she doesn't want to let him go. Nice job.
Vampire's Night Out
on Aug. 27, 2011
Cute and funny. Keep writing, Arthur.
The Demon of Friday the Thirteenth
on Oct. 31, 2011
Nice job, especially taking the author's age into consideration. I'm not a fan of horror (of course with Halloween being today--what the heck), but I enjoyed this young lady's descriptive language. You'll need to learn to put in more twists and turns, and perhaps a little more dialogue, but overall it was a really good short. I think I see a budding 'King' type writer. Keep writing, Atanika. You have a gift. I wish I'd started spinning my tales when I was as young as you are!
A Curve of Claw
on Dec. 03, 2011
Bravo, Ms. Butler! You have crafted an exquisite tale! The writing was excellent, the sex was off the charts, and concept was fresh and engaging. You did a tremendous job of making the reader feel the emotion and love between the characters, Elizabeth, Ash and Axe. I love how you took Elizabeth from a sexually carefree (with an oh-so-happy sex life, at that!) natural witch to being devoted and committed to her ‘collared’ bears. Collaring was such a cool concept that I would love to know if you came up with that on your own. In any case, you did an outstanding job! I just can’t say enough, but definitely want to add that I hope (and expect) to see much more from you in the months to come. I see success (hum, did I just predict your future?). :0) Good luck!