M. Jane Colette
M JANE COLETTE writes tragedy for people who like to laugh, comedy for the melancholy, and erotica for women and men who like their fantasies real. She believes rules and hearts were made to be broken; ditto the constraints of genres.
She’s the author of the novels Tell Me (HarperCollins, 2015), an erotic romance for people who like a little bit of angst and a lot of plot with their hot sex, (the) Consequences (of defensive adultery) (in press, May 2017), a smart and sassy erotic tragedy with a happy ending, and Cherry Pie Cure (in press, June 2017), the debut rom-com in the Mistress of Her Own Domain series, as well as Rough Draft Confessions: inside the process of writing and selling erotica and romance (in press, 2017), a collection of non-fiction essays on the power of language and the business of writing.
She's a member of the Romance Writers of America, its Passionate Ink and Calgary chapters, the Writers' Guild of Alberta, and the Alberta Romance Writers Association. When nobody's looking, she throws paint at canvas and writes poetry; when everybody's looking, she dances to keep herself from fidgeting nervously.
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Cherry Pie Cure
by M. Jane Colette
When Susan discovers her husband of 22 years is cheating on her, she’s sure her life is over. But with the help of a growing tribe of “strange Internet friends” she finds through her blog, couriered packages of sex toys, and the most delectable cherry pie in the world, she finds herself falling in love with a gorgeous new lover who is even more delicious than that cherry pie.
Consequences (Of Defensive Adultery)
by M. Jane Colette
All Elizabeth wanted was an experienced, dominant lover. She ended up with a husband she doesn’t love, a stepdaughter who hates her, an ex-wife who won’t forgive her—and the less said about her new sister-in-law the better. Forced to reveal the consequences of her youthful affair to a new lover, Elizabeth is shocked to discover he’s showing her the path to freedom, absolution and love.
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