June 28, 2012

The Locked Heart

The Locked Heart
 A BDSM Romance
The Aerie Doms: Book 1

Christina Thacher

Harmony Road Press


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Darby finds she’s naturally submissive when she has a night of passion with Damien, but locating the key to his heart takes longer.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks, Lynn! It looks so nice.

    I love the blog!

    Christina

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  2. I read the excerpt at the author's website. Damien sounds very hypnotic, dark and dangerous.

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    1. Hi, Karen -- Oh, and I have to tell you, as good as Damien sounds (and is!!), the owner of The Aerie, Xavier Greer, really revs my motor! (So to speak...)

      I'm not being a tease; I just finished The Secret Heart (you can click on that for a blurb over at my publisher's site). It will be out next week, we're hoping!

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Christina

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  3. I wouldn't mind a night of passion with Damien

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    1. Ingeborg -- That's so nice of you to say. Frankly, I wouldn't either, but Damien and Darby make such a nice couple I don't want to mess with their special bond!

      That's the trouble with writing about this super hot Doms: I keep imagining my perfect man...and then pairing him off with some other woman. Which leaves me reading my own books and drooling just a bit.

      Shameful to admit, I know.

      Thanks for the nice compliment.

      Christina

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  4. nice posting.. thanks for sharing.

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  5. Reading the line, I find myself eager to read further.

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    1. Marybelle -- That's encouraging. I really hope you enjoy it!

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  6. I like the cover and love the log line! Definitely makes me want to read it

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    1. I love my covers (here's the cover for The Frozen Heart). They're done by a very talented graphic designer in Arizona. I hope you enjoy the book just as much!

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  7. Many thanks for featuring The Locked Heart.

    All this discussion of log lines prompts the question: where do they get used in the age of e-books? None of the sites we use for publishing our books allows you to enter a log line, or anything shorter than a full description.

    Does it help the reader, and help sell the book, to kick off the full description with a log line, as a punchy first paragraph?

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