Just when you thought Chastity Flame couldn’t get any more gorgeous — well, she does! Look at the shiny new print editions from Tirgearr with those ginchy wrap around covers by the ever fabulous S. L. Johnson AKA The Queen of Everything. So if you’ve been holding out on the ebook revolution (why? oh why?) now you can get Chas’ first three adventures in lovely old-fashioned print.
Will there be more adventures from the sexy secret agent? Ask Lady Fleming 😉
“Step aside, 007, and make room for Chastity Flame. Ms. Flame outwits, out-spies and definitely out-sexes James Bond in this rollicking, witty and exceptionally well-written erotic spy thriller. If you’re a fan of British media, look for the in-jokes. If you’re not, there’s more than enough humor, action and hot sex to satisfy any lover of romantic suspense!” ~ Dana Fredsti
“I was very pleased to find that book two in the Chastity Flame series was to be released. I really enjoyed book one, the humour and its uniqueness . . . Lush Situation is no exception to this rule. Chastity is on another adventure, this time investigating human trafficking and prostitution, which brings her to a newly opened club in London. It has the author’s signature humour, skilful writing and intriguing plot. More please, Ms. Laity! ~ Lucy Felthouse
“Londoners (and the world) beware! How can you not be drawn into the fire by a beautiful but lethal dame by the name of Chastity Flame? K.A. Laity has been proving for quite some time now that her noir prose ranks right up there with the likes of Meg Abbott, Dorothy B. Hughes, and Sara Paretsky. A Cut-Throat Business only further solidifies her standing as a contemporary master of the genre.” ~ Vincent Zandri, bestselling author of The Innocent, Moonlight Rises, and The Remains
Buy them here for $8.99 (sale price! regular price will be $9.99), but remember — they’re not for the faint of heart! Scorching hot sizzle (i.e.sex) and some very dark adventures especially in book three.
Retailers: order through Ingrams.
Fabulous! Chastity Flame for all!
Cool. (My major grunch with ebooks is how easily they can be unbooks as in nonextant, aside from needing the readers to enjoy them.)(But I will cave eventually.) How much will the hardcopies be at the proper price?
I think the right price is $9.
Reblogged this on Graham Wynd and commented:
Out now in cheap paperback editions! Get ’em all.
Reblogged this on C. Margery Kempe and commented:
Originally under my name, now mainstreamed 😉 but still super sexy!
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