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Displaying items by tag: Cassandra Carr
Sunday, 03 March 2013 13:13

Review: See the Light

seethelightnewrelease“See the Light” by Cassandra Carr (erotic, m/m, Loose Id, February 2013, $5.99, 131pp)


Hockey player Jason Monroe lives a double life—star defenseman and soon-to-be Olympian on the ice and closeted gay man outside the rink. A serious relationship is out of the question, and Jason makes do with anonymous sex in barroom bathrooms, not willing to take the chance on coming out as gay in a decidedly macho sport.


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Sunday, 16 December 2012 15:02

Review: Master Class

CarrCassandra MasterClass coversm“Master Class” by Cassandra Carr (erotic, Loose ID, December 2012, $5.99, 157pp)




Ryan Tomasi feels like a failure. His marriage is officially over; the ink dried on the divorce decree. His friend Jack introduces him to BDSM and he agrees to attend a Halloween party at a club. A submissive approaches him, offering herself, and how can he refuse the kneeling beauty? They do a whirlwind scene and Ryan is addicted--both to dominance and to her.

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CarrCassandra MasterClass coversmTitle: Master Class
Publisher: Loose Id
Release Date: December 11, 2012
Price: $5.99
Word Count: 47,000
Genre: erotic, BDSM


Ryan feels like a failure. His marriage didn't work and now he's left wondering who he is and what he wants. Then his friend Jack introduces him to BDSM. As soon as Ryan walks into the BDSM club, he knows he's come home. A submissive offers herself to him that first night, and how can he refuse the beauty kneeling before him? But Ryan soon finds BDSM isn't all fun and games, ropes and chains. Sometimes you fall in love.


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WindsweptRNN welcomes authors Cynthia Racette and Cassandra Carr, who just happen to be mother and daughter. Cynthia’s first women’s fiction novel, “Windswept,” was released in April 2012. Cassandra Carr has been writing a bit longer and writes contemporary erotic romance. Cassandra’s latest book “Collision” was released on April 4, 2012 by Ellora’s Cave. Read on to learn more and to find out how to win a $20 Amazon.com gift certificate . . .


Q. Can you each tell use a bit more about your latest releases?


A. Cynthia: In a heartbeat! Windswept is a book about a family with a lifetime love affair with their family sailboat. Their close knit family is torn apart when David is unfaithful and brings his mistress aboard the boat. He moves out and Caroline has to learn to survive alone, raising her daughter Lily. Caroline and David try to work things out but a very friendly neighbor makes a move on her and other events conspire against them as well. David and Caroline are thrown together in a horrific storm in Windswept so Mother Nature might make the final decision about their fate.


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Monday, 16 April 2012 14:27

Review: Collision

Collision“Collision” by Cassandra Carr (erotic, Ellora’s Cave, April 2012, $7.50, 143pp)


Series: Buckin’ Bull Riders

  1. “Impact” – Connor & Jessica
  2. “Collision” – Brady & Leah
  3. “Momentum” – Marco (to be released sometime in the future)


Olympic medal winning figure skater Leah Fitzpatrick, dubbed “The Ice Queen”, is on the downslope of her career when she finds herself roped into a joint promo gig on the professional bull riders’ tour. She’s paired with “The King of Rodeo”, Brady Parrish, and although his looks could stop traffic, she’s got a future to worry about that doesn’t leave room for knocking boots with the sexy rider. No matter how hot he is.


Brady is at the top of his profession. He’s living the good life, and has no idea anything is missing until the cool Leah comes along. He sees something in her that hints at an underlying fire, and sets out to prove her nickname wrong. In the midst of their steamy affair, he falls hard. Blindsided by the potent combination of Leah’s beauty and vulnerability, Brady is determined to melt “The Ice Queen’s” heart.


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Wednesday, 01 February 2012 21:27

Review: Impact

Impact“Imapact” by Cassandra Carr (erotic, Ellora’s Cave, February 2011, $7.50, 114pp): Connor Raub is a professional bull rider and also a Dom. However, he only indulges his dominant tendencies at an exclusive BDSM club afraid that the conservative people and sponsors in the world of bull riding wouldn’t understand his personal lifestyle choices. Yet, he is intrigued by the new girl working with the tour, Jessica Talbot and has a hard time restraining his desires.


Jessica is of course a submissive, one who has lusted after Connor since seeing him engaged in a scene at his club. She is flattered when Connor expresses interest in her, but then disappointed when he balks at indulging in kink. He adamantly believes that they need to keep their relationship vanilla because of his career.


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Tuesday, 10 January 2012 14:33

Review: Take Me at the Ballgame

TakeMeattheBallgame“Take Me at the Ballgame” by Cassandra Carr (contemporary, Ellora’s Cave, January 2012, $1.99, quickie): When Ellora’s Cave announced a new line of erotic novels for men, I was curious. What would the difference be? The only hint that I found was in the submission guidelines at Ellora’s Cave:

Stories written specifically for our male readers.

We are now accepting submissions (see submission instructions in the Author Information brochure).

~ 7,000 to 30,000 words

~ May contain relationships, but should focus more on the sex than the romance; Romantica is fine, Exotika is also encouraged

~ Realistic wording and dialogue for male characters (not the language women WISH men spoke); this extends to the male narrative

~ Written from male POV preferred

~ Should be aimed at male sexual fantasies (what men think of when they get off)
~ More of what men want or need from women: sex, love, acceptance, admiration, dirty talk; less of what they don't need (judgment, drama, expectation of anticipating woman's needs)


* Examples include, but are in no way limited to:

- Women taking the initiative during sex

- Female pursuit of the man

- Voyeurism of female/female sex (as well as F/M/F and F/F/M themes)

- Risky sexual situations or locations; a sense of the forbidden (e.g. the boss's mistress, the maid, the college professor, sex in public, etc.)


(from: http://www.jasminejade.com/t-writerscircle.aspx)

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Tuesday, 13 December 2011 17:04

Review: Caught

CASSANDRACARR_CAUGHT_coversm“Caught” by Cassandra Carr (erotic, Loose Id, December 2011, $4.99, 373kb): Looking for a sexy, holiday read with BDSM elements? Definitely consider Cassandra Carr’s “Caught,” a story of Jack, a dominant, reunited with Callie, his one-time submissive. When Callie returns to her home town for the holidays three years after leaving Jack and their relationship, the two run into each other and fall back into their previous roles. Their relationship heats up very quickly.


The crux of the conflict in “Caught,” like in so many romance novels, has to do with love. Callie left Jack because she had fallen in love with him and was sure that Jack did not return her feelings. This left things between the two unresolved, a situation that Callie definitely planned to deal with on her trip home.


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