Leah Braemel infuses her pleasurably sensual love stories with compelling characters, depth of emotion, delights of passion and the joy of love that equals a treat for the reader. ~ The Romance Studio
Passionate…provocative…decadent. That’s what you can expect when you read Leah’s stories. Smoking hot romances that reviewers say are wickedly addictive and emotionally stimulating.
Now available as a stand-alone story!
Feeding the Flames is knock your bobby socks off sexy and worthy of a happy ending (and when you read it you’ll understand both those references)!
~ Slick Reads,Guilty Pleasures
Sometimes your soulmate has been right in front of you their whole life. It shouldn’t take almost losing them to find them.
Volunteer firefighter Zac Buchanan has been carrying a torch for Tabatha Morgan since…well, forever. A promise he made years ago backfired, sending Tabatha into the arms of another man, and him into a decade of heartache. Now Tabatha’s back in town, newly divorced, and the sparks between them are setting them both aflame.
Tabatha would have bet her secret five-alarm chili recipe that her school girl crush on Zac had died out long ago. Except those slumbering embers reignited the moment Zac walked into her diner. Now each time she sees him—hears him, thinks about him—she can’t imagine her life without him again.
But if their new-found love and sizzlin’ hot action in the bedroom—and living room, kitchen and bathroom—is to survive, Tabatha must also accept the smoke, flames and danger of Zac’s job. Or their happy-ever-after will forever be extinguished.
FEEDING THE FLAMES WAS ORIGINALLY PART OF THE FIVE ALARM ALPHAS BUNDLE
Leah is now a regular blogger each month on:
- Romance Eh, Canadian Style (third day of each month)
- Contemporary Romance Cafe (the third Tuesday)
- Everybody Needs a Little Romance (the third Wednesday)
- Wild and Wicked Cowboys (the 30th)
May 30 @ 10 a.m. — Writers’ Workshop, Oshawa Public Library — McLaughlin Branch. A new monthly program to help inspire your creative writing! If you’re interested in any kind of writing and want to learn how to improve your writing, deepen your character’s point-of-view, inject emotion into your writing, and learn tips to edit your manuscript, or if you need feedback from other writers, join this new workshop at the Library! Local published author Leah Braemel will lead the initial meetings. PLEASE BRING SEVERAL PAGES OF YOUR WORK TO EDIT.
May 6 – 7 – Romancing the Capital, Holiday Inn and Suites, Ottawa/Kanata.