Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Twelve Nights Virtual Book Tour

Twelve Nights
Carole Remy

Genre: erotic romance


Number of pages: 222
Word Count: 62,500

Cover Artist: Olga Ekaterincheva via Shutterstock, model release signed

Cover Designer: Marissa Lepe Preciado

Teaser description: Recipe for Twelve Nights: Two stunning female twins + $120,000 + Two lonely horny men = Sexy Fun!

Book Description:

$120,000 + Expenses: Rich man wants companion for 12 nights. Attractive normal female. Never married. No children. Over 30 years old. No prostitutes. Reply to box 74716.

Jimmy is a lonely, horny half-billionaire. Too busy for a girlfriend, his appetite for sex is as insatiable as his drive for business success. Twelve nights of hot and sexy fun sounds like the perfect Christmas present to himself.

Angela and Aggie are stunning identical twins, one a call girl and the other a librarian. If only Aggie will do the sweet-and-innocent interview, Angela is sure she can earn the fortune between the sheets.

Trouble is, nothing goes according to plan. Aggie actually LIKES Jimmy, and hates the idea of Angela having sex with him almost as much as she hates the idea of prostituting herself! But Angela is desperate for the money. Jimmy and his hard nosed lawyer Richard are suspicious, and before long, the two friends are convinced they’re in lust with the same maddeningly hot woman!

If you like a little mayhem with your sex, and you think laughing is erotic, hop on for a rollicking, bawdy ride. It’ll all be over in a sizzling, short Twelve Nights. How fast can these four sort out who loves who? Will the romance end before it even starts? 

When I opened up this book, I had no way of knowing I would not be sleeping the rest of the night. The stage author Carol Remy sets for this amazingly raw opening scene had me in angry tears and I wanted to beat the guy senseless. The rest of the novel was smooth, with characters I could grow to love and care about. Every scene is lovingly rendered and you just can't help but fall in feet first.
Guest post:

Thank you so much, Erzabet, for hosting my novels Twelve Nights and Who Is Candid?! I enjoy looking for fun novels here on your blog, and am thrilled to be included! Here’s a brief look at my experiences as a novelist.

Self-Publish or Royalty?

Several of my novels were first published in print format with royalty publishers. When I got the rights back, I decided to bring out the e-books myself. Why?

Royalty publishing has some advantages, mainly from the sense of having a partner and the confidence that someone objective believes in your writing. It also distances the writer from sales statistics. It’s hard to obsess about a royalty statement that comes in the mail every six months. Online sales have changed that, but the optimistic writer can still imagine physical bookstores everywhere selling their novels like hotcakes!

The downside of royalty publishing for me was the money, which seems to get eaten up by everyone but the writer! My first two novels made $120,000 gross, of which I received $6000. Yep, that’s the standard author percentage for a paperback. Somebody made $114,000, but it wasn’t me!

Why self-publish the novels as e-books? First, I’m lucky enough to have been royalty published first, so I know that somebody out there, 20,000 reader somebodies plus two publishers, likes my writing. Doing it all on my own felt daunting, and I was again lucky in that my daughter offered technical help, and a wonderful assistant helps with the day to day. There’s also amazing online support available for writers these days. Where would I be without Roxanne and Bewitching Book Tours?

Banishing the numbers anxiety—sales, tweets, follows, friends, etc—has been my biggest challenge. Put simply, I realized that every number represents a person, and when I think of the people instead of the totals, I relax and enjoy every connection! I wrote about letting go of anxiety in a post on my blog.

I haven’t written anything about Twelve Nights and Who Is Candid? here, oops. Hopefully the promotional materials speak for themselves! I would love for you to read and enjoy my books. If you like a little mayhem with your screaming hot sex, and think laughter is erotic, my Sexy Fun Erotic Novels are for you!

Who Is Candid?
Carole Remy

Genre: erotic romance


Number of pages: 226 estimated, 404 KB
Word Count: 70,000

Cover Artist: Catalin Petolea through Shutterstock, model release signed
Cover Designer: Marissa Lepe Preciado

Book Description:

Teaser Description: Lucy, aka Candid, is a naughty girl who takes a sexy fun road trip across America, and tells everybody all about it!

Book Description:

In the spring of 1998, recent graduate Lucy Ralph decides to rebel. The NSA is blocking her job applications, her best friend Dick is a frustrating hunk of gorgeous, and her mother is driving her crazy. Worst of all, she’s still a virgin!
Lucy takes off on a road trip across America, and reinvents herself as 'Candid,' a naughty girl who has sexy fun with just about everybody she meets, and tells the world all about it! Her explicit 'Candid' Internet posts go viral overnight. The National Security Agency, the entertainment media, the paparazzi, and soon the entire nation are on her tail! While she spins a modern day sexual Arabian Nights, she's also being tracked by the sweet, sexy, and elusive Dick, who has his own tricks to play.
Will love ever be more than a virtual reality for Lucy? Can she and Dick get past the friends page? Will exposure ruin everything, if the nation finds out Who Is Candid?
I didn't have too long to read into this great book, but from what I read, it flowed very well and the voice of the character resonates. Hot read with lots of fun character traits I long to explore!
About the Author:

Carole Remy lives in Mexico with her beloved dog Gemma. When she isn’t writing and touring her novels, you can find her rescuing dogs, learning wood sculpture, and salsa dancing!

(Twelve Nights board contains 15 captioned photos of locations from the novel)

Twitter: @Carole_Remy
promoting these hashtags: #CaroleRemy #TwelveNights #SexyFun #Candid



  1. Thank you for hosting and reviewing Twelve Nights and Who Is Candid?, Erzabet! Your wonderful review of Twelve Nights has made my day, hey - my month! I'm so glad you like my books! I enjoy browsing through your reviews when I'm looking for something new to read. Thank you again for including me in such great company! Carole

  2. I've read Twelve Nights & Who Is Candid? and loved them both. Carole warned me that the start of Twelve Nights is dark but it gives the reader a real insight into Angela's character and where she's coming from. The girl got spirit! Loved this post and certainly recommend Carole's novels! :-) Who Is Candid is a roller coaster romp - just imagine if someone really started posting stories like Candid!? Hmmm...

    1. Thanks Molly! The books are fun to write, and I hope equally fun to read! I really appreciate your support! Carole

  3. Twelve Nights sounds like fun!
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

    1. Hi Catherine,

      Thanks for commenting! I'll email you.



  4. Hi Erzabet,

    I've just created a permalink to this post on my Pinterest board for Guest Posts. Thanks again for hosting me!



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