Hi, y’all. Rhonda Lee Carver here!
Who doesn’t love a massage? I often believe this is a treat none of us really allow ourselves enough of, if ever. After visiting with a therapist who specializes in Tantra Massage, I’m a little shocked that we’re not all lined up at the doorways, waiting. While researching (yes, it’s all in the name of research) I asked a friend who has a friend who owns a shop if she’d speak with me. All that I can say is WOW! She uses specific, light touches that are meant to awake a person’s energy. This type of massage is also supposed to make us better lovers. Now I’ll leave that morsel for you to toss around however you like. Watching her do her magical work was amazing, and sensual.
So, why am I researching this topic? Well, don’t be surprised when one of my main characters finds herself getting a Tantra massage, or giving one.
What’s your opinion…Should she be on the giving or receiving end of a Tantra Massage?
I have a holiday release coming October 5th! Do you love a heartwarming, sweet, holiday romance? And for ONLY 99 CENTS! Have you pre-ordered your copy?
Here’s a tidbit…
The last thing she expected were glass slippers and a storybook romance…but the miracle of the holiday will surprise her.
Country singer, Storm Rich, finds himself in a snowstorm on a back road of the Tennessee hills. He’s late for a show and his manager is breathing down his neck. Just when he thinks things can’t get any worse, he swerves to miss a dog and hits the ditch. But an angel comes to his rescue…
Charlie Lindon has suffered heartache most of her life and this Christmas is no exception. After the loss of her daughter she’s never quite been able to pick up the pieces of her broken heart and move forward. However, fate has a gift for Charlie that won’t fit under the tree.
Stuck in the small town, far from home, on Christmas Day, Storm finds refuge, but he’s faced with helping an angel with a broken wing. He’s always been good at flashing his wide smile and dimples and ladies falling all over him, but Charlie isn’t the swooning type. Yet, looking into her eyes he sees more than a distant, shattered woman. He sees beauty, kindness and a fiery spirit.
If they make it until New Year’s Eve, a magical kiss might turn a Christmas fantasy into reality.
Previously published in the boxed set, Ring in a Cowboy. Added scenes make this holiday novella more delish and longer.
Also, I want to show off my contribution to Sable Hunter’s Hell Yeah Kindle World, Letting Go. Releasing November 8th!
Brooke Winslow had the life she wanted until a car accident changed everything for her. People called her “lucky” because she survived, but luck was the last thing she felt when other lives were lost. Guilt plagued her and she hit rock bottom, not wanting to live, no longer wanting to face the images of that fateful night. Who would ever understand? Who would ever accept her secrets?
Tuff McCoy wasn’t a stranger to tragedy. He gained guardianship of his siblings after their parents passed away. He quit the rodeo and moved to Kerrville, Texas to work on Tebow Ranch with his cousins, the McCoy brothers, in an attempt to provide a stable family life. Things started to come together, his brother and sister were smiling again, until the house they live in fell into the hands of a different owner. Will they have to move? How will he put his family through change again?
However, the new landlady ain’t so bad…
In fact, she’s quite enjoyable.
A stick and balls aren’t the only thing Brooke was touching during a game of flirtatious pool at Hardbodies. The table suddenly became a playground of seduction and lust. She and Tuff couldn’t keep their eyes, or their hands, off one another. Things heated up fast in the parking lot, and ignited Kerrville.
What Brooke found in Texas truly touched her soul. Shelter from the storm. A love beyond words. A family to help heal old wounds. But to completely move on, she must let go of the past. Letting go has never been easier said than done.