Today we have some exciting news from author Nazarea Andrews. Below you will find a note from her and some book information for her upcoming project.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTNazarea Andrews has been busy working on a new title—and she’ll be releasing it next month, under a new name!!! Here’s a bit about Taylor Michaels, Illicit Desire, and why Nazarea is taking a pen name.
I love writing new adult and young adult. It’s been where my heart has been for a long time—and that’s not changing. But as my current series wrap up, I wanted to write something new. I wanted a way to differentiate my adult work from my YA/NA, so I came up with Taylor Michaels.
What can you expect from Taylor? Sexy stories. Difficult love. A little bit of everything. That isn’t changing at all—it’s just getting a little bit older and heavier. A bit darker than my previous works.
I will still be writing as Nazarea, with New adult and young adult stories. I have a new series I’m excited to share with y’all under that name in February 2015. But in the meantime, I hope you’ll learn to love Cora and Raphael in Illicit Desires, available next month!!!
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Raphael is everything I should run away from…
Cora Milan came to Miami to get a fresh start, away from the memories and stigma that followed her and her brother at home. When she’s mugged, Raphael Ortiz rescues her. He’s sexy, successful, and dangerous—Miami’s most eligible bachelor and it’s most elusive. A cartel lord who lives on the wrong side of the law, with only a veneer of respectability. He is the exact opposite of a clean slate, and he makes no apologies for wanting her.
When Raphael forces his way into her life, Cora knows she should run. But the attraction between them is undeniable, and Raphael is a man accustomed to getting what he wants. The more she loses herself in him, the deeper she is drawn into Raphael’s criminal world.
But when her past, and his present collide, both of them will be left grasping for the only thing that can save them from the darkness around them—each other.