Sunday, December 31, 2006

Glamour is Live!

Thats right... end your year... or start your new year.. RIGHT! Bring home a Djinn for your naughty Pleasure!

Book 2 of the Djinn/ Duvall series
By Stella and Audra Price
Published by Phaze
Out Dec. 31st 2006

Janey Duvall, newly bound consort to the Djinn Marsh, is having a few minor problems with the delivery of a contract, namely, the assassin is refusing to finish the job. There’s no reason why the Mark should still be alive, not with one of her best on the job. Knowing this is not normal behavior, she decides that going to Beijing, the city the hit is supposed to take place, is the best course of action. Convincing her consort however might prove to be a tad more tedious then she first anticipated.

Marsh is intrigued by the idea, having a few of his own that involve Janey, a corset and an auction, and agrees to go, even calling in his marker from his most recent job of taming the fiery woman that became his consort to help with the investigation.

After hearing of the situation from Marsh, Sean Taylor, exiled prince and the demon solely responsible for getting the Djinn and the assassin together, sends in Malcom Frost, his second in command, to help or hinder the investigation, whichever is more profitable.

The Second book in the Djinn/Duvall series, Glamour uses wild Locales and even wilder situations to get one very important thing across… Love doesn’t always have to be sweet.


There are a lot of lewd overtones to keep the sexual tension throughout the book. The story is well-written and satisfactory in its pacing. All in all, it’s a different and interesting narrative.
4 stars,Ginny Kon, JERR

The Price sisters once again prove that a good story does not have to have all “good” people in them in order to be enjoyed. Their stories give our inner badness a temporary fix so that for once we can rejoice because the “bad” guys took no names yet kicked serious butt!
Recommended Read, Suzette, RoRR Reviews

Stella and Audra Price here again demonstrate their ineffable talent for twisting disparate elements of the paranormal into all-new shapes and then creating a fascinating new bouquet with them. If the Djinn vs. vampire vs. assassin consort vs. Royal demon vs. suspenseful plot doesn't catch you {as it surely will}, then the erotic romance between Djinn Marsh and the lovely but willful assassin leader Janey, whose dying wish made her his consort, will enflame you and keep you reading into the night. Glamour is another top-notch entry from the prolific pens of Stella and Audra Price, which will keep any reader racing back for more.
5 lips, Frost, Two Lips Reviews


Saturday, December 23, 2006

Tagged: Five things about Me...

So ms. Bianca D'Arc has tagged me for thid fun little 5 things about me... So here it goes:

1. I spent 5 years in the Music Industry as a tour manager. Make no mistake people, i wasnt a Groupie, i actually worked for a living, and one of my duties was actually GETTING groupies to the bands.. well atleast all mine with of legal age.

2. I went to college for Industrial Design, but had a double major in Special Effects and English, minor in Puppetry. I wanted to work for Henson's creature shop.

3. I have a insane memory for useless knowledge. I know just about all there is to know from Time life books, Starwars, LOTR and can quote obscure movie quotes.

4. Im from a very musical family. My grandpa is some big deal singer in the Latin community, the voice of big latin bands like the Joe Cuba Band, the Tito Puente Band (50-56) and others. Hes been showcased in about 4 books and was recently honored at MSG.

5. I won tix to woodstock 94 on a radio station here in NY. I was 16...

OK so im pretty boring... but Im sure Skylar Sinclair and Jacquelyn Frank will be more intresting....

Monday, December 18, 2006

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

New Review for Sugar and Sin

Sheryl from E-Cata reviews Gave Sugar and Sin 4.5 stars! heres what she had to say:

As authors Stella and Audra Price have written a fabulous beginning to their Eververse series. Their characters tempt, tease and enthrall, and if that doesn’t work they’ll just kidnap you and take you along for the ride anyway. I can’t wait for to read what else will happen in the rest of this series because you know it will only get better and better.

You can read the rest of her extremely fantastic review HERE

Audra and I are so excited that she actually got our book! Such a great and insiteful review! its just wonderful!


Even with Audra's computers going to shit we have managed to still put another 4k on Gifts. Im attribiuting it to Marsh and Janeys Stubbornness, When they start a book, they need to finish it. Its one of their finer quailties. So thats a good thing.

We also subbed out a partial recently, im sitting here fingers crossed that we get it, as well as another sub we have out. Always subbing is us.

On the homefront, my hunny just bought a new car. Its the Honda Fit and he got it in white. Im sooo Excited cuz it means i can drive a new car. tee hee... heh and apparently a lamacan fit in the thing. messed up right?

So happy christmas to him. lol.

We have one more day of holiday shopping coming. and then we are DONE! And Audra and I are hoping to get some morework done this week. Oh and i became partners with a good friend in a business venture. More on that as it develops.

Monday, December 04, 2006

A double shot of Coffee Time Romance

First up.... We got reviewed for Blood on the Harvest Moon:

4 CUPS by Cherokee:

Blood on the Harvest is ingeniously written and hooks the reader from the first page. The character of Danica, not to mention the mystery behind the oak tree, intrigued me. Ethan’s alluring persona comes off with such magnitude; it glues the reader to the story. Stella and Audra Price kept this reader guessing until the end with the outcome of Danica and her man of mystery. I enjoyed the atmosphere that the story offered and felt almost bewitched by the setting in this tantalizing read.

Read the full review HERE

Second... for Sugar and Sin:

3 CUPS by Maura:

There is an awful lot going on in this book and it took me a little while to sort it all out. I really began to enjoy the story after that. Astrid is a great character, but a little too tolerant of Fallon’s extracurricular activities for my taste. Ashlynn is likable, if a little simple. Watching Feyd fall for her was fun. The other demons and supernatural creatures, like Morrison and Alcyone, were also well developed. The story does not end here and I will definitely be reading the next one.

Read the full review HERE

Thanks for reviewing us ladies!