So sorry, I couldn’t resist that title. *ponders getting the Cabal to agree to adding that to our long list of anthology titles*
It’s been a week since the Cabal officially began to fondle and gobble the masses and they’ve spoken:
Terri with Night Owl Reviews gave Fondled and Gobbled: Someone Had To Do It 4.5/5.0 stars “Five fantastic authors have taken scenes and made them spoofs. This twist on current romance may have you laughing hysterically. Each story is totally unique and has it’s own unique twist but all end with a happy ending though some are somewhat strange. No matter what type of romance you like, read this one.”
Nikki with Close Encounters with the Night Kind gave Fondled and Gobbled: Someone Had To It 5/5 spiders. “All in all this was an incredibly enjoyable and entertaining read! Even the hot parts had humor in them! These ladies have tapped into something fresh, and I can’t wait for more!! One taste was not enough. I definitely can’t wait to gobble up the next one!! Great Read!!”
And then there’s what we’re doing next. We’re some busy ladies, I tell you!
Like, today we’re over at Patricia Macia’s blog with character interviews. This is just a little peek at the insanity we brought. *cough*
Q: Please introduce yourselves and give me a two sentence synopsis of your story.
February 19 – Coffee Time Romance Chat (9p.m. EST)
February 21 – NAC Blog
* Honey Hotness
February 24 – NAC Blog
* Glacial Hotness
The virgin whose carefully planned hymen removal doesn’t work out the way romance novels told her it would. A busty broad doing what she can to get over her penis anxiety—assisted by a cadre of male strippers. A not-so-bright (and not so “big”) alien who comes to claim his life-mate, and the Earth girl who wants to be claimed at all costs. A cursed, mute shapeshifter who needs to pop his cherry with his unsuspecting fated mate…
If you’re looking for the perfect romance with the perfect hero and heroine—this isn’t it! This series of spoofs, parodies and just-for-fun take-offs is for longtime, hard-core romance readers able to laugh at the clichés, purple prose and “suspend your disbelief” plot devices that haunt our beloved favorite genre.