Isn’t it GORGEOUS!?!?!
I cannot tell you how happy I am that Paul Richmond once again created my latest Dreamspinner Press book cover. It’s PERFECT!!
NAUGHTY CUPID is a book that has been a long time coming. You may have read the beginning of Lio’s and Ethan’s story in A CUPID’S WAGER. If you did, then you knew that their story wasn’t finished. This naughty cupid has a whole lot of surprises in store for him.
All weekend, you can download for FREE the story that started it all: A CUPID’S WAGER at the Dreamspinner website.
Also, thanks to Pride Promotions, there are plenty of chances to enter to win a print copy of NAUGHTY CUPID (when it becomes available) all over the interweb. Just check out my post here for all the sites that are hosting the rafflecopter: http://deannawadsworth.com/archives/532
Make sure you stop by to enter!
NAUGHTY CUPID coming June 6th!
The name’s Lio, and you may have read the beginning of my story in A Cupid’s Wager. Well, hold on to you hats, because there’s more to tell about your favorite cupid working in the Gay Division of the Inter-Dimensional Association of Cupids.
Remember Ethan? That Aztec god of the winds who busted me shooting a closeted human with a gay lust arrow? Yeah, I haven’t been able to forget him either. Even though I have a rule against getting it on with other supernaturals—especially ones working for the Straight Division—my magic is drawn to Ethan and all his tattoos and piercings in a way I cannot control.
But after that night of mind-numbing sex, now I gotta face my evil ex-boyfriend and a suspension by the IDAC for “misplacing” arrows. They took my quiver, and I have to figure out how to get my arrow privileges back before they’re taken forever.
Ethan seems to think he can help me, but I don’t know how anybody can make this cupid believe in love again.
Thanks for celebrating my cover reveal with me and enjoy the FREE download of the story that started it all: A CUPID’S WAGER
Enter to win a print copy of NAUGHTY CUPID at the sites listed here: http://deannawadsworth.com/archives/532