Just popping in for a quick minute between Dee and Carrie’s posts to let you know, if you hadn’t heard already, that Carina Press has launched and their books are now available to buy from their brand new website. You go to the same place — CarinaPress.com and that’ll take you to a new storefront. The blog is still accessible, as are the submission guidelines, along the top menu bar. But now instead of seeing the single page you’ll see the books they have on sale.
The books on the front page are those being released that week, but you can also see specific categories by clicking on the list on the side. Texas Tangle is listed in the contemporary and the western and the menage categories.
I also thought I’d share Texas Tangle’s first review — I cannot begin to tell you how much better my day got after I received BookJunkie’s email giving me a heads-up and a link to her “Love it, Couldn’t put it down” review. Things around here have been pretty hectic and stressful, so finding such a lovely review definitely perked me up. Oh, all right, it actually made me cry. But in a good way. As yesterday’s #4 quote said, “not all tears are an evil.”
Leah Braemel has created three vulnerable and loving characters that are wickedly addictive and an emotionally stimulating love story that flows off the pages in a way that will entice any reader. Spectacularly hot ménage love story that will have you turning up the air conditioning from the get go!
And a second review came in after I wrote the above — this one from Veronica over at Strictly Reviews.
Leah Braemel, you are devil in disguise… You had me pulling out my box of tissues for the pain these characters have had to deal with. However, since I am such fan of angst I can’t help love Texas Tangle even more because of it.
Talk about family drama… Ms. Braemel brings out the big guns on family angst and drama. It runs these characters like a hurricane where no one is doesn’t feel the wrath of this storm called family.
Though there is lots of angst and drama… There is plenty of sexy romance going on with this Texas trio’s twosome and threesome.
I so wished Ms. Leah hadn’t end it there…because I really wanted to read more and more. The only thing else I can think to say or ask the author is: Will you write more on Brett, Nikki and Dillon?
I give Texas Tangle by Leah Braemel a rating of 4 Stars.