Thursday, September 27, 2012

Welcom Guest Author Eliza March!

Boy have we got a treat for you! Please give a warm welcome to erotic romance author Eliza March!

Contemporary Romance
(This title contains adult content: language and explicit language)

Free lance writer, Ailsa Jackson is finished dating executives. She’s looking for hot sexual fantasies with a man who fits her needs... “All muscle, stamina and no commitment.” The assignment in the UK sounds perfect when she's assigned to interview an American CEO who recently inherited lands and a title in Scotland. She tosses her inhibitions aside for the first Highlander she encounters—prepared to research all the old myths about brawny men in kilts and finally answer the age old, burning question: What does a Scotsman wear beneath his kilt?

Colin Fitzgerald represents everything Ailsa hates. He knows it's wrong to deceive her, but he can't risk Aisla discovering his true identity before he seduces her. If only he can become the lover she adores before the interview, perhaps he can convince her they're perfect for each other. He has one night to prove he's no stuffed shirt and three weeks to be everything she desires in a lusty lover. His adventurous lass is not only imaginative but willing.

Can lust turn to love in three weeks and will they be ready for more than a Hot Highland Fling when the assignment draws to an end?


“So ye don’t mind a man in a skirt, hey?”
The expression on his face turned predatory as he moved into her personal space. She felt like Little Red Riding Hood had come upon the very big, very bad Wolf, and she so wanted him to eat her. As far as she was concerned, he could have her all he wanted. The silence between them was charged with sexual tension.
“You look...ah, great.”
Ailsa’s gaze took him in again. She’d have to settle for great. Any other term would just be insufficient. Yet great almost seemed an inadequate description under the circumstances. Vocalizing her true feelings—terrific, yummy, fantastic—might be a tip off about her fascination with him and his kilt. She decided to hold it there. Anything other than great would be over the top. No sense scaring the hell out of the first man she encountered in Scotland.
She certainly couldn’t ask the question she longed to ask or lift his kilt and satisfy her curiosity.
He frowned and tilted his chin to one side, perhaps puzzled by her perusal.
She tried to explain. “Don’t get me wrong. I was surprised to see the native dress. You know...the kilt and all. Sorry, I’m babbling. I didn’t know kilts were daily attire.”
“Do ye have something against kilts, then?”
“Oh, no! Absolutely nothing. I actually have a certain proclivity for men in kilts.” The only thing she wanted against his kilt was her body. From the rising action going on under the sporran, she imagined he’d meet her sexual requirements, and then some. How well would he fill her? Her inner muscles clenched at the mental image.
His eyes narrowed and his nostrils flared.
“Do you, now?” Colin suppressed the smile on his lips, but it crept into his eyes.
She played with fire, boldly flirting with him. “Yes, I do.” She lifted her chin defiantly and let her smile say...“Try me.”


AUTHOR BIO: Author and novelist, Eliza March. My bio is available at my erotic paranormal romance website and current updates about my writing are on my BLOG at That's where I share my daily sexy men of interest or a thought about romance. Sometimes I just rant, sometimes I talk about my new erotic romance books from Siren-BookStrand and The Wild Rose Press. 

My newest release, "The Moon The Madness and The Magic" is a finalist for the prestigious  GOLDEN QUILL AWARD in the erotic category. Watch for "More Than A Stud" June 3rd 2011 from The Wild Rose Press Wilder Catalogue.

Here's my Secret  - I also write mainstream romance as Elizabeth Marchat. My first book in my IATO suspense series. "Across A Crowded Room" by Elizabeth Marchat is available now from Amazon  and Barnes & Noble.


Pat C. said...


Please tell me she lifts it in the book.

Oh yeah. "Hi, Eliza!" Forgot that part.

Serena Shay said...

Oh dang, a man in a kilt with a sexy accent... ~sigh~ Color me IN!!

Ha, I agree, lift up the kilt!!

Howdy Eliza, thanks for stopping by and sharing (taunting us with) your delicious Scotsman. :D

Eliza March said...

Oh she does get a chance at that kilt. LOL

Eliza March said...

Oh she does get a chance at that kilt. LOL

Savanna Kougar said...

Hi Eliza, oh yeah, a hero in a kilt. What a lucky woman! And, who wouldn't want a man who goes to those 'lengths'? A sex-hot excerpt, indeed.

Congrats on all of your success and good luck in the GOLDEN QUILL AWARD.

Rebecca Gillan said...

Sh, Pat! You're going to make people think we have one-track minds around here!

Hi Eliza! (Waves wildly!)

I loved your twist on the classmate seducing the popular girl theme. What gave you the idea for it?

Savanna Kougar said...

Eliza has inspired an idea... a Kilt theme party in Talbot's Peak...

Eliza March said...

You can never go wrong with a kilt (ha ha) I liked the idea of two people who were insecure not really opening their eyes and seeing what's around them then getting a second chance.

Eliza March said...

Thanks ladies for all the support today.

Savanna Kougar said...

Eliza, you're welcome. Feel free to be a guest blogger with all your books, if you'd like.

Eliza March said...

It was nice meeting all of you. I'll drop by from time to time and leave you an excerpt from one of my paranormal books. I hope you'll stop by and visit one day with me and we can chat at my place. You're all invited.

Carin said...

Highlander, kilt fanning myself here!

Rebecca Gillan said...

I agree Carin! I picked it up this morning since it's free today and can't wait to get home and read it!

Eliza March said...

If you picked it up, I'd really appreciate an honest review on Amazon when you finish reading it. And thank you again.

Rebecca Gillan said...

Consider it done; I enjoyed it very much!

Eliza March said...

Wow, it's always good to know someone enjoyed it. :D