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Demon Wind
November 1, 2007
Available: November 26, 2007
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Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies
(Tempting Fate; Book 1)
January 1, 2007
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Independence Day
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
June 19, 2004
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Sold to the Lowest Bidder
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
April 30, 2004
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Journey's End
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
March 10, 2004
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Second Chances
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
February 4, 2004
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Auld Lang Syne
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
December 30, 2003
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Seduction of the Senses
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
December 1, 2003
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Detour
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
November 1, 2003
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The Phantom Lover
(Tempting Fate: Holiday Fantasies)
October 1, 2003
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Kay Wilde


The name has been changed to protect the guilty.

The author chose the pseudonym Kay Wilde for - Kay - the average, ordinary person she considers herself to be - Wilde - for the secret side of our nature that most of us keep in check and are wise enough not to expose for public scrutiny. Considering the highly erotic content of the Tempting Fate stories she considered it prudent to use a pseudonym. Kay Wilde could be anyone, your next door neighbor, your employer, the local librarian, your sister, or even your own grandmother.

After speaking with women friends and acquaintances who are readers, Kay discovered that many of them do not read novels during the week because they don't like stopping once they become in-grossed in a book. They read anthologies or short stories because they can get through them in an evening and get to bed at a reasonable hour before going to work the next morning. Several of Kay's friends confessed that they read erotic love stories to give them a sexual boost. Since most women work outside the home, they come home to their other full time job: cooking, cleaning, laundry, children/ homework/bath time, etc. etc. etc. They're tired, and who feels sexy and romantic after cleaning the commode?

Kay believes that while the average woman wants more explicit sensual content, they also want a well written love story with a plot, likable characters, and emotion which separates a sensual love scene from a hot sex scene. After allowing her closest, trusted friends to read the Tempting Fate stories, she was thrilled when she received thank you calls from several significant others. Statistics show that men whose wives read romance books have better sex lives. She's all for doing her part to help cut down on the staggering divorce rate. Men have their Viagra. Kay believes women deserve mental alternative.

Holiday Fantasies is the first short story collection in the Tempting Fate Series. Kay is currently working on the next collection, Tempting Fate - Paranormal, with several more collections planned. She would genuinely appreciate reader input. What are your fantasies? Just remember, to a writer, nothing is sacred. You could well find your fantasy in a future story. The names will be changed to protect the guilty!


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