Interludes by Harmony Kent – Spotlight and Giveaway

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MediaKit_BookCover_InterludesA collection of short erotic fiction that will tickle more than your taste buds and wet more than your appetite.

With a range of genres and styles, this book has enough steam for everyone.

GREY MANCHESTER—contemporary romance in 1000 words. Will Nadine choose to drop her knife or her knickers?

DOUBLE TROUBLE—ménage a trois in 2000 words. After a dry spell, Sophia gets more than she bargained for with a solicitor and a teacher.

DRAGON KISSED—shifter romance in 3000 words. Jenna’s life is fairly run of the mill until she has a flying accident. With a dragon. All is not as it seems in this fiery romance.

TRYST—contemporary romance in 4000 words. Polly pushes the boundaries on a workplace night out.

LOVE ON THE CORNISH LINE—contemporary romance in 5000 words. Becky falls flat on her face, and madly in love. Her weekly commute home proves to be anything but routine.

THE INLAW—contemporary romance in 6000 words. At 43, amputee Carla never expected in her wildest dreams to be called a MILF by a hot young stud. Trouble is, he’s her son in law’s brother. And young enough to be her son. Sparks fly when she’s caught with her hands in the biscuit tin.

NIGHT NURSE—contemporary romance in 7000 words. Denise has only weeks left to live. What constitutes life, though? What fills the yawning hours of empty days? Who are you once the chemo and the cancer have stripped you bare? What to do?—Go out on a slow fizzle, or with a big bang?

OVERBOARD—contemporary romance in 8000 words. When Stella falls overboard in the middle of the Pacific, she gets more than she bargained for. Sharks and storms not withstanding.

ALIEN LIAISON—alien romance in 9000 words. When the military transport, Lunas Two, crash lands on Zorth, Jay is given the job of liaising with the locals. She’s seen plenty of aliens in her four years of service, but never one as finger licking good as Lemo. How far will she have to go to keep the peace?

SAVING FACE—historical romance in 10,000 words. Non-related step brother and sister, David and Annalise, break all the rules in this steamy historical romance. Forced to live apart from the love of her life and into an arranged and loveless marriage, Annalise has to grow up fast. When all is lost, will she be able to save face?

READER ADVISORY: This book contains explicit sex scenes and language hot enough to melt your Kindle. For mature readers only.

Enjoy an excerpt:

From “Grey Manchester”

‘What do you want?’ Nadine asked. The metal handle of the knife felt hot in her hand. Why hadn’t she put it down yet? What did she intend? Which kind of payment would she give him?

They returned to their silent stare-off, and Nadine felt even more ambivalent toward this man who had been her friend since primary school. As a precocious five-year-old, his deafness had intrigued her and drawn her to him. She’d learned sign language for him, and how to lip-speak. Today, she deliberately withheld signing. Make him work for her words.

She hated that they couldn’t yell and scream at one another when they needed to blow off steam. Well, she could yell at him, but his deaf-muteness always rendered her thunder pointless and ineffectual.

Frustration … such an apt word. It described a multitude of feelings and unfulfilled want.

Noisy thoughts tore the taut silence asunder. Could she, in all fairness, continue to blame him for the attack? One punch—that’s all. Self-defence. He hadn’t heard her approach. She ought to have known better. His recent assault had left him jittery and vulnerable.

Nadine stared at his delicate hands, now clenched while his arms hung at his sides. She loved those hands. Those flexible fingers. The things they could do to her. A memory grew wings and fluttered in front of her. Their first time. His touch. The first time he’d touched her in that way. Two not-quite-sixteen-year-olds discovering each other.

About the Author:MediaKit_AuthorPhoto_InterludesIndie Author Harmony Kent is an award winning multi-genre author. Her publications include:

The Battle for Brisingamen (Fantasy Fiction) AIA approved
The Glade (Mystery/Thriller) AIA Approved/BRAG Medallion Honouree/New Apple Literary Awards Official Selection Honours 2015
Elemental Earth (YA Fantasy Fiction)
Polish Your Prose: Essential Editing Tips for Authors (Writing/Editing) New Apple Literary Awards Top Medallist Honours 2015
Finding Katie (Women’s Fiction)
Slices of Soul (Contemporary Poetry)
Interludes (Erotic Romance short stories)

As well as being an avid reader and writer, Harmony also offers editing, proof reading, manuscript appraisal, and beta reading services. As well as reviewing and supporting her fellow indie authors, Harmony works hard to promote and protect high standards within the indie publishing arena. She is always on the look out for talent and excellence, and will freely promote any authors or books who she feels have these attributes.

For all her books, check out her author pages at Amazon UK and Amazon US.

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  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Thank you so much for hosting me today and helping me celebrate the launch of Interludes! It’s great to be here 🙂

  3. Do you ever suffer from writer’s block and, if so, how do you overcome it?

    • Hi Peggy! Thanks for stopping by. I do suffer from writer’s block sometimes, and I find the best way to overcome it is to do two things … 1. definitely don’t stress about it, as that just makes it worse, so I try and do something to relax me. and 2. I always try and write something each day–no matter how little–even if it’s not related to my main project or work in progress. It helps to keep the writing ‘muscles’ toned. 🙂

  4. Betul E. says:

    Very sexy cover!

  5. Cool cover! Thanks for the generous prize.

  6. Jaclyn Mercer says:

    How does one go about sending you a book to read?

  7. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Chris Martinez says:

    Are your characters based off of people you know?

    • Hi Chris! Thanks for stopping by. Each character is an amalgamation of folks I’ve met. I’m ever observant, lol. I haven’t, to date, based any one character solely on any one person I know. I often threaten my friends to be nice or else I might put them in a book, lol! 🙂

  9. Faye Gates says:

    I love all I have read so far. I can’t wait to read the entire book. On my summer TBR list.

  10. Birgit Lehner says:

    I really like the unusual cover design – so sensual!

  11. amy bowens says:

    Your book sounds amazing where do you get you inspiration?

    • My inspiration comes and finds me in the pitch dark of the small hours … When the inspiration is something like Interludes, I don’t mind, but when it’s scary (like The Glade), that’s not quite so nice, lol! Thanks so much, Amy, for stopping by to say hello 🙂

  12. Natalie says:

    Where do you draw the inspiration to write?

  13. Julie Murphy says:

    Thanks for the giveaway

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