Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Romance Junkies Review, "Undead in the City"

UNDEAD IN THE CITY starts off at a fast pace and doesn’t slow down until the last page. Malveaux is the sinfully sensual hero that will hold readers captivated. Tempest is the kick butt heroine that believes in going after what she wants and not stopping until she gets it. The plot is packed full of adventure that will keep readers on the edge of their seat. The love scenes are a volcanic eruption of passion that will melt your circuits. Hera St. Aubyn has done an incredible job of creating characters that are unpredictable and a plot that sizzles. I can’t wait to see what St. Aubyn will come up with for her next book.

By Romance Junkies Reviewer:

Monday, June 25, 2007

Two Lips Reviews, "Undead in the City"

Undead in the City, by Hera St. Aubyn draws you into the world of Malveaux and Tempest and will not let go. These two characters have their own agenda; each one thinking the other is prey. Are they in for a surprise and so is the reader. You cannot help but fall into this story with both feet and your eyes wide open. So if you like a story with not a lot distraction from the main theme, SEX, this is your story. Undead in the City gets right to the point. The sex is hard and the characters are strong. I thoroughly love this story, and never got bored.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Summer Solstice Giveaway Winners!

Here are the 3 winners:

T-shirt: Christy

Tote Bag: Stephanie Bennett

Download of "Undead in the City": Jeanne Andrew

Congratulations everyone!! Thanks so much for participating!

(This guy is the consolation prize. I gave him to myself!)

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Another Good Review for "Vampire of my Dreams"

Alana Fairfax has avoided the area she now finds herself in; it was in this very spot her husband had been taken from her four years ago. She cannot even remember how she arrived here tonight. But when mysterious, unseen hands begin to caress and arouse her; she begins to feel dizzy, until she is swept up in the arms of a very gorgeous, very dark stranger.

This dark stranger, Winston Grayson has known Alana since her childhood, in fact he was a part of her life then, but has kept his distance since. Now that she has come to him, he refuses to loose her again. Can Alana accept that the man she loves is in fact just like the characters she writes about in her books; that he is not exactly alive.

Hera St. Aubyn has written a hot sexy story, that I found entertaining and fun from page one. Alana was such a well-written character the reader will feel her pain as well as her happiness and her need. And her dark stranger, well he is just gorgeous and every woman’s fantasy. Anyone who enjoys a good vampire story with a little spice will love this one.
Overall rating: 5 hearts

Sensuality rating: Very sensual
Reviewer: Sandra, The Romance Studio

June 14, 2007

Monday, June 11, 2007

"Undead in the City" First Review!

Title: Undead in the City
Author: Hera St. Aubyn
Publisher: Loose Id
Publisher URL:
ISBN: 978-1-59632-466-4
Reviewer: Suni Farrar, Just Erotic Romance Reviews
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Heat level: O

Malveaux was a vampire, who, thanks to his sire, was in heat. He not only needed blood to survive, he craved sex. Due to Detroit’s horrendous blizzard, there were not many humans who Malveaux wanted to sink his teeth and other body parts into on the streets. Ducking into a local bar found Malveaux just what he was looking for, Tempest Moon. The leader of the rock n’ roll band commanded attention and he was just the vampire to give it to her.

My heart is still trying to recover after reading Undead in the City. The plot kept me on the edge. Malveaux was one dangerous vampire when angered. I would not want to be on his bad side. It was his interesting sense of justice that kept me reading, that and his uncanny ability to give Tempest multiple orgasms. Tempest was big on keeping the upper hand in life and in bed. Meeting up with Malveaux proved challenging for the musician. Undead in the City surpassed hot and went straight to raging boil. I recommend you read this one at night with your favorite toys on hand. The characters are that sexy. Both Tempest and Malveaux radiate power. It was great to watch their relationship unfold. Two muscle bound gladiators could not have provided as much entertainment as this couple, which made their coming together all the more gratifying. Ms. Aubyn did a fantastic job with Undead in the City. I’m looking forward to reading more novels from the author. The characters she created will stay with me for a long time to come. Congratulations to Ms. Aubyn on a novel well written.

Saturday, June 02, 2007

Summer Solstice Giveaway!!

In honor of the time of year vampires like least (long days and relentless sunshine!), I'm having a Summer Solstice Giveaway!!

I'm giving away a t-shirt, with the cover of "Undead in the City" on the front (extra large, so you can use it for sleepwear if you're a petite soul), a tote bag featuring a picture of the cover, and a download of "Undead in the City."

Three prizes!!


How do you grab the goods?

Go here:

Read the excerpt from "Undead in the City"

Answer these questions:

1. What was a hand job the equivalent of?

2. What did the relentlessly escalating urge mean?

3. He'd heard Quade had a what?

4. How would the hapless fools end their worthless existences as?

Send your answers to my email address:

I'll randomly select 3 winners on the evening of the Summer Solstice, June 21. Winners will be notified individually and their names posted here.

Happy Solstice!