Once Upon a Time…
Welcome to 1001 Dark Nights… a collection of novellas that are breathtakingly sexy and magically romantic. Some are paranormal, some are erotic. Each and every one is compelling and page turning.
Inspired by the exotic tales of The Arabian Nights, 1001 Dark Nights features New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors.
In the original, Scheherazade desperately attempts to entertain her husband, the King of Persia, with nightly stories so that he will postpone her execution.
In our versions, month after month, each of our fabulous authors puts a unique spin on the premise and creates a tale that a new Scheherazade tells long into the dark, dark night.
…Happily Ever After
Caress of Pleasure
(A Dark Pleasures Novella)
by Julie Kenner
I’d thought that he was mine, the dark, arresting man who commanded not only my body but my heart. Dante had swept into my life, and I’d succumbed to the burn of passion in his arms.
I’d believed we had a love that would last forever, but he’d shattered my dreams and broken me into pieces when he’d walked away, taking a piece of soul with him.
Now he has come back seeking my help, and though I try to keep my distance and protect my heart, I cannot deny that the fire between us burns hotter than ever. And I cannot help but fear that this time our passion will reduce us both to ashes.
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An Exclusive Interview With Julie Kenner:
~ with Jillian Stein of Read Love Blog
I just loved Dante and Brenna and the passion they share…both because of their attraction and their past. Was it a tough decision to put them back into a situation where they would have to work with one another?
Oh, no! Not at all. That was the fun of it. Getting them in a situation where it’s going to be the most uncomfortable, and then watching the fireworks J
Speaking of the passion between Dante and Brenna….their sexy scenes are beyond smoking hot! Have you ever written a scene that had you blushing?
Ha! Sure. Probably at least one in each of my books since Release Me. After all, I want to heat things up for both the reader and the character. And I am a reader. And when I’m writing I am the characters. So …