LIVE THE MOMENT by Shelley Munro
Josephine Murdoch runs her own business and thrives on routine. Control. King of the list makers, she ticks them off with military precision. Seth Turner is a soldier who lives life on the edge, dances with danger and never knows how each day will end.
Live the moment…
A chance meeting turns into a holiday fling—hot, heavy and full of passion.
They’re determined to live the moment…but is that enough? Can two people from different backgrounds surpass their differences and plan for tomorrow?
Rating: contains explicit sex scenes.
INTERPLANETARY LOVE by Shelley Munro
Ekim Ramuk is famous on the planet Nidni. Women are falling all over themselves to bed Nidni’s greatest lover, but Ekim has a dark secret. He’s a virgin with performance problems, and what he wants more than anything is a woman who will love him for himself, not his inflated (or is that deflated) reputation.
Carly Abercombie is tired of dating Earth duds. She wants a normal, hot-blooded, honest man who will give her a good time in bed. When a drunken impulse leads to her into signing up with a dating agency called Interplanetary Love she’s expecting the worst. Instead, she ends up with Ekim–a god on two legs.
There has got to be something wrong with this picture…
Rating: contains explicit sex scenes.
THE IMPORTANT THINGS by Shelley Munro
The last person Tara Scott expected to see when she answered her door on Valentine’s Day was Max Balfour. For one shocked moment she stared, nonplused by his appearance before reaction kicked in. The day designated for lovers. Tara grasped the door for support, her heart racing like a wild, unbroken horse while she considered the irony. She had thought about him constantly since Christmas. The flutters in her stomach intensified, but she fought back, firing a scorching glare in his direction in an effort to try to hide her rising panic.
“What do you want?” she snapped, trying to counteract her anxiety with anger.
Max raked one hand through his dark, shaggy hair acknowledging her greeting with a wry twist of lips…
Rating: suitable for general reading.
WILD THING by Shelley Munro
“Mum, have you done the wild thing with Sean?”
Rose spun around and gaped at her teenage daughter in shock. Hot flags of color flew to
her cheeks, and her mouth worked but no sound came out. A grin spread across Sara’s face,
and it was this unrepentant smirk that finally jolted Rose to speech.
“Sara!” she snapped, still experiencing the ripple of shockwaves at her daughter’s far from
innocent question. Sure, she encouraged her two children to discuss anything with her, but this
was different. Sean was out of bounds.
Rating: one sensual love scene.
MIDDLEMARCH MATES FAMILY TREE by Shelley Munro
In 2004 I wrote Scarlet Woman, the first story in my Middlemarch Mates series for Ellora’s Cave. In 2011, the eleventh book in the series is due for release. As the series has progressed the number of characters has also increased.
This free book shows the family trees of the various characters and their relationships to each other. It also lists their occupations. If there is anything else you think I should add to the book please email me at the contact address above and let me know. I will add to the book and update it as the series progresses.
Updated 20 Jan 2013
Rating: No love scenes although the books in the series make up for it!
TURNING POINT by Shelley Munro
“I don’t want you to go out,” Connor whined. Gabby West’s six-year-old son tugged on her skirt to emphasize his displeasure. “Can’t you stay here and play with me? You said we were going to make some Christmas decorations.”
“We’ll make the decorations this weekend.” Gabby forced a smile to hide the trembling nerves inside, the uncertainty she was determined not to show her son. It was true he’d been through a lot in his short life—they both had—and she wore the guilt like an uncomfortable pair of panties. Bottom line, she’d picked the wrong man to marry and they’d both paid for her mistake.
Because of her failed marriage, she didn’t trust men easily. Connor hid every time he saw a male older than fifteen. Gabby bit her bottom lip to stop it quivering. She hated the way her son cowered, the memories of her ex-husband hitting him lingering long after the actual blows. Her fingers curled into the tea towel she held, tears burning at the back of her eyes. Her fault. Bad judgment on her part had branded Connor, leaving him fearful and forcing him to grow up way too fast. She dried the last cup and set the tea towel aside.
Maybe she should stay at home. Almost as soon as the thought formed, she discarded it….