Archive for the ‘Erotic Fiction’ Category


With Erotica It’s the Quality, Not the Quantity

April 1, 2009

Just the other day I was spending some time surfing the ‘net, as I wont to do quite often, and I decided to check out some of our competition.

I perused the listing of erotica offered by Mobipocket Books at their website. I have to admit, I was quite amazed at the shoddy quality of the writing displayed in the blurbs and excerpts and the very cheap looking cover art on most of the erotica books there. I found such things as gang banging, anal sex, and other stuff I am just not into reading about. My tastes run more towards a fully developed plot, characters I can care about, and more than just sex between two people with the libidos of two bunnies.

That is what sets Carnal Passions apart, in my opinion. Our publisher, Ellen, only accepts high quality fiction and she packages it in a beautiful format with truly spectacular covers. This erotica is not cheap and sleazy fiction you feel the need to hide from your friends and coworkers.

And by the way, I just received my first review for Rancho de Mucho Caliente from Reading New Mexico. It’s a real keeper! Sabra says:

This novella (only 50+ pages) is a fun read. My only wish is that Lambert had taken the time to expand this into a full novel. Her characters deserved it and her writing talent deserved it, too.

So treat yourself and go check out some of the fantastic fiction at Carnal Passions today!

Randi Lambert



Bane Of His Existence-Coming March 18/09

March 16, 2009

Bane Of His Existence

New from Melody Knight. How do you like YOUR werewolves?

Charlie Ascott is a werewolf. He’s been cursed with the condition for the last four years, doesn’t recall the one who infected him, and has learned to live with it. The only thing he can’t quite handle is the lust he feels for a certain she-wolf. He catches her scent every month at full moon, but when it’s absent for a few days, he’s beside himself. Some day he intends to track her down, but he’s not ready for that “wolves mate for life” connection. When he catches a familiar scent in the elevator, he realizes it’s her—his she-wolf. Suddenly, he’s more ready for a connection than he realized.

Verity Connors is a manager in the company where Charlie works. She has been afraid of intimacy, of friendships, ever since she was bitten. She’s a werewolf, and she keeps to herself, focusing on her work to avoid letting instinct run away with her. When she meets Charlie, though, she decides she’s been playing solitaire far too long. It’s time to take a chance, and Charlie’s the one she wants to risk all with. The only way to do that, is to let instinct run its course.

Coming soon to