Tell you about me? Hmm, well there's not much to say. I love hockey and cars and my kids…not in that order of course! Lol! When I'm not writing—which isn't often—I'm usually watching a game or a car show while working on promo. Going out with my kids is my only down time. I get to clear my head and forget everything.
As for when and why I first started writing, I guess I thought I'd get extra cookies if I was quiet for awhile—that's how young I was. I used to bring my grandmother barely legible pages filled with tales of evil unicorns. She told me then that I would be a famous author.
I hope one day to prove her right.
My work tends to lean towards the dark side. My most popular book, Deadly Captive, tends to trigger extreme reactions in people and I often advise that if you're going to read my work, start with one of my other books and ease your way up to that…if you think you can deal with the subject matter. Most reviews for the book mention (quote from Dark Diva Reviews-Read full review here: http://www.darkdivasreviews.com/?p=5508 ) `I just have to start by saying that this book is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended.' And (quote from Kinky Book Reviews-Read full review here: http://kinkybookreviews.com/review-deadly-captive-by-bianca-sommerland/ ) `If you are not prepared for this book, do NOT read it.' Seriously, read the excerpts and consider the warnings.
I also write a lot of ménage. My first published book, Rosemary Entwined, features Rosemary and her nest of 7 men. I wanted to prove that a story involving that many men focused on one woman could be something more than a gangbang. It's my sweetest and most romantic story to date. I've actually written a Christmas story about their first Christmas together which will be available for free within the next few days if you'd like a nice intro.
To find out more about me, either swing by my website: www.im-no-angel.com or simply ask here! I'll try to answer all the questions I can while I'm here, but you can always email me: biancasommerland (at) gmail (dot) com
Where to find Bianca Sommerland online
Iron Cross (The Dartmouth Cobras #6)
Too many penalties may leave the goal vulnerable without the IRON CROSS.
This is the 6th book in the Dartmouth Cobras Series and they are best read in order.
(5.00 from 1 review)
On the long trip back to Toronto from an art show in Detroit, Shawna’s bus makes an unexpected stop in the middle of nowhere. When the bus is evacuated, she ends up alone with a man who’s just as dark and dominant as the heroes in her favorite books. Her desires tempt her to let her guard down—to take a chance that he might be everything she needs—but how far is she willing to go? She’s afraid to
Deadly Captive - Collateral Damage
Stolen from a bright life full of colors, happiness, and youth, Nicole Reed is dragged into a pit of pain and depravity where all she can hope for is a quick end. But her captors don’t want to kill her. They want to use her to teach a little boy whom they plan to mold in their image.
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Lydia awakes, bound and blind, to the whispered urgings of a man who has his hands on her. His words confuse her at first, but she soon understands they are both in the middle of a performance that will determine whether she remains in captivity or dies.
The Dartmouth Cobras Box Set
Learn to play the game.
Knights of ice and Masters in the bedroom, The Dartmouth Cobras struggle to save their franchise while losing their hearts to the only women who can handle how hard and fast they live.
Breakaway (The Dartmouth Cobras #3)
Against some attacks, the only hope is to come out and meet the play.
Getting involved in Seb’s lifestyle gives Jami a new understanding of the game and the bonds between players. But can she handle being caught between two men who want her, while struggling with their attraction to one another?
Defensive Zone (The Dartmouth Cobras #2)
(2.00 from 1 review)
Silver Delgado has gained control of The Dartmouth Cobras—and lost control of her life. She doesn't know a thing about hockey--or love, but two dominant men are more than ready to teach her everything she need to know.
GAME MISCONDUCT (The Dartmouth Cobras)
(3.67 from 3 reviews)
Oriana Delgado's father owns the Dartmouth Cobra's, but he doesn't own her. When he treats her future like just another play, she changes the rules and picks her own lineup. But the intended deke turns into the real thing. And the game can't be won in one lusty night.
Rosemary & Mistletoe
(3.67 from 3 reviews)
After surviving a battle with her mother, Rosemary is excited about her nest's first Christmas together. She has grown to love all seven men, even more than she needs them to feed her hunger for lust. When they surprise her with a trip, just her and her Prince, she refuses. But does she really want to fight against the seven men who know not only what her heart wants, but also what she needs?
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Smashwords book reviews by Bianca Sommerland
- Guilty Pleasures
on Jan. 20, 2012
I fell in love with Kitty Thomas' writing after Comfort Food and really didn't think anything could top it. But the amazing thing about her books, which I've now read repeatedly, is that it's not about one book trying to outdo another. Ms. Thomas has a way with words that draws you in and makes you feel things that you never would have otherwise. Arousal, anger, fear, shame--in a twisted way, it's all good ;)
- The Last Girl
on March 07, 2012
This one cut deep. I'll read it again once I stop having nightmares!
I am a HUGE fan of Kitty Thomas, so any book of hers goes on my inner TBR list automatically. That said, the cover for The Last Girl hooked me. I couldn't get it out of my head. Which was torture for awhile, because I had to wait for the book!
For the book itself . . . let's just say I was not disappointed. This isn't a light read, this isn't a book you'll easily forget. I would say beware to those of you who prefer sweet romance, but I can't. If you love a great story, this should be your next read. I read it in one sitting and couldn't put it down. From the first page the tension mounts and you just know something wonderful, and horrible, will happen.
Juliette has been molded by an event that took place when she was very young, and what happened made her the perfect victim. But she's not pathetic or stupid, she's actually pretty normal. And that's part of what I loved about this book--her reactions to a very abnormal situation were believable.
Christian is . . . bad. Wonderfully, deliciously, evil. I applaud Ms. Thomas for keeping him that way and still making him the type of ant-hero I could lust after. The things he does to Juliette are twisted, brutal, and erotic at the same time.
You might not feel the same, but I recommend this book anyway. If you're not seduced, you'll be enthralled. I'm looking forward to more great reads from this author.