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Jaid Black
“A wonderful satirist!” ~ Emilio Estevez, actor/writer/director, on Jaid BlackJaid Black is the pseudonym of Tina Marie Engler, the founder & owner of Ellora's Cave Publishing. Ms. Engler has been featured in every major news outlet from the New York Daily News and L.A. Times to Forbes,... show more



“A wonderful satirist!” ~ Emilio Estevez, actor/writer/director, on Jaid BlackJaid Black is the pseudonym of Tina Marie Engler, the founder & owner of Ellora's Cave Publishing. Ms. Engler has been featured in every major news outlet from the New York Daily News and L.A. Times to Forbes, Publisher's Weekly, Salon, Time Magazine, to national TV news stations, major radio shows (Sirius XM,) and television talk-shows such as Montel. Ellora's Cave, and thus Ms. Engler, was officially recognized by Romantic Times Magazine with their first ever Trail Blazer award for being the mastermind of erotic romance as you know and love it today, as well as for the pivotal role she played in popularizing the e-book. Writing as Jaid Black, her books have received numerous distinctions, including a nomination for the Henry Miller award for the best literary sex scene written in the English language.

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Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 2 years ago
Anthology Average is 3 stars out of 5 1. Wolf’s Law by Cheyenne McCray. Okay story about a werewolf coming upon a woman sold into slavery and falling in love/lust. 3 stars.2. Scarlet Sweet by Anya Bast. The fae separate to separate planets and find themselves in dire straights. One has the potential...
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Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 4 years ago
What can I say, it was a kindle freebie some time ago, like before the EC debacle. I finally dug this out and finished it (started it in an office somewhere) Truthfully? Thank God most of them were short. All are paranormal to some extent. Tale the first gave me flashbacks from Demolition Man ...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 5 years ago
Anthology - 3.8 stars average up to 41. Night Scream by Denise A. Agnew. An assistant at a secret agent office meets an agent who is to help them out. While he's trying to keep her out of harm's way, they're finding they are attracted to each other. This story was enjoyable. ***1/2 2. Body Chemistry...
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Aly's Miscellany rated it 5 years ago
Only reading Dangerous Addiction by Desiree HoltI would have given it 4* but he called her 'girl' so many times that I wanted to kick him in the nuts!
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fr_larsson rated it 5 years ago
It´s 2249, and the world has shifted. Tinkering with geneology has left the world with a shortage of women, and too many men. Nellie has found a way to keep a career as scientist, not that common among women, and she´s almost ready with a serum against the strange disorder spreading when she´s kidna...
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