Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Lucinda Betts is a four time award winning author of fantasy romance novels


Lucinda Betts decided to become a writer after a bet. Rumor has it while under the influence of one too many martinis, and we have all been there, the question surface about writing a novel. Someone said she can’t, she knew she could, and we are thankful for it. I’m curious as to what she won besides the wager, being a writer of hot romance novels I’m sure it was something interesting.

After completing her seventh novel for Kensington Books , Aphrodisia, Lucinda has found herself embracing a comfortable writing style that lets her stories unfold into elaborate tales rather than staying bound to a restricting landscape.

Her previous novels are Night Spell, Pure Sex, The Supplicant, Moon Shadow, She, and Eros Island

With numerous writing awards, the Gayle Wilson Award for Excellence in Writing, the Reviewer's Choice Award at Road to Romance, the Fallen Angels Reviewer's Choice Award, and a Coffee Times Romance Recommended Read, Lucinda is also a 2006 PEARL finalist in the Best Debut Author category.

Running Wild is a fantasy tale of two worlds, two people, demons, and the mystical journey in each of their kingdoms. Princess Shahrazad is submissive to the male society, however her world changes when on her wedding day a magician shows up and turns her into a pegaz. By day she is a winged horse and at night her beautiful seductive self.  

Tahir, a prince from an opposite kingdom where women rule, lives  the luxurious life of impregnating young girls, but all this changes in his attempt to save his sister from a spell with the help of Princess Shahrazad. Their journey is an erotic fantasy romance with torrid love scenes and fighting demons.

The style in which Lucinda writes combined with the erotic adventure fantasy she creates makes her a unique voice that sizzles. But don’t take my review for the final judgement. Go to www.lucindabetts.com and pick up a copy of this novel and her many others.


1 comment:

Ans said...

sounds like my kind of book. Would like to read it