Sotia Lazu’s– Author page on Amazon
Although Greek, Sotia only writes in English. Her genre of choice is erotic romance novels with a twist, the characters of which aren’t exactly hero-material at first glance. She likes making them fight for their happiness but the romantic in her can’t resist happy endings.
Sotia cries at sappy movies and wishes she could take in all the stray dogs in the world. She lives in Athens, Greece, with her husband–whom she met through writing–and their two rescue dogs, one of which might be part-pony.
Sotia’s Blog – What she’s up to lately.
Sotia has a new book on Goodreads.com called The Kiss. You can read it here:
Eliza is out on a first date, when the lights go out and someone other than the man she’s out with takes advantage of the dark to kiss her more passionately than she’s ever been kissed before.
Since the mystery kisser has to be one of the men sitting nearest to her, Eliza is now determined to kiss as many frogs as she needs to until she finds her prince.
About Cherry Stem:
Turned at the cusp of a promising career in the adult movie industry, vampire
Cherry Stem is currently unemployed but uses the squint, her compelling vampire
gaze, on men for her meals and pocket change. With the rent deadline
approaching, settling for pocket change isn’t an option. She sets her sights on
tall, dark, and handsome Alex Marsden, who takes her home for a night of
blistering passion. She doesn’t tell him who she is.
Cherry isn’t the only one keeping secrets. Alex is the police detective investigating the
disappearance of young women from the local clubs. Like most detectives, Alex
has a good memory for faces and Cherry looks familiar. When he finds out she’s a
vampire, he goes digging and discovers she’s an up-and-coming model who went
missing six years before.
When Cherry met Alex, she expected him to be
nothing more than another “girl meets boy, girl feeds from boy, girl erases
boy’s memories” hook-up. But once missing young women, the vampire council, and
her irresistible ex are thrown into the mix, she realizes nothing is as simple
or random as she thought it was, and Alex is either the biggest gift or the
biggest mistake of her un-life.
Publisher’s Note: This book contains
explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may
find objectionable: anal play/intercourse.
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