April 13th, 2009
Book of the Day: Stolen Fury, by Elizabeth Naughton



To unearth a centuries-old secret, an archaeologist must team up with the rakish thief who’s stolen both an ancient relic and her heart…

Oh, is he handsome. And charming. And sexy as all get out. Dr. Lisa Maxwell isn’t the type to go home with a guy she barely knows. But, hey, this is Italy and the red-blooded Rafe Sullivan seems much more enticing than cataloging a bunch of dusty artifacts.

After being fully seduced, Lisa wakes to an empty bed and, worse yet, an empty safe. She’s staked her career as an archaeologist on collecting the three Furies, a priceless set of ancient Greek reliefs. Now the one she had is gone. But Lisa won’t just get mad. She’ll get even.

She tracks Rafe to Florida, and finds the sparks between them blaze hotter than the Miami sun. He may still have her relic, but he’ll never find all three without her. And they’re not the only ones on the hunt. To beat the other treasure seekers, they’ll have to partner up—because suddenly Lisa and Rafe are in a race just to stay alive.

You can find Elizabeth:

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Author bio: Elisabeth Naughton writes both sexy romantic adventures and paranormals for Dorchester. Her debut, STOLEN FURY, was a January 2009 release and a 2007 Golden Heart Finalist in Romantic Suspense. The next two books in her Stolen Trilogy are scheduled to release in August 2009 and January 2010, respectively, followed by an all new paranormal adventure series which will hit store shelves May 2010. A former junior high science teacher, Elisabeth loves to travel and is always on the lookout for the next great adventure.

Interview Questions:

1.) How did you get started in writing and how long have you been doing it? I started writing in early 2003 after leaving my teaching job and have been writing now for just over six years.

2.) What genres/subgenres are your favorites to write within and do you have any aspirations to write outside your current genres/subgenres. Try something new? A year ago I would have answered simply – Romantic Suspense – my first and only genre love. But that has changed. While I never had any intention of writing anything else, an idea for a new paranormal series hit me out of the blue last year and it was one of those books I couldn’t *not* write. Luckily, my editor loved the new idea as much as she loves my suspense novels. I’m now writing in both genres, with books scheduled to release in both RS and paranormal in the next two years. While both series have similarities, they’re different enough to tax two different parts of my creative mind, which is always fun. At this point I can’t name any other genre I’m planning to delve into, but as I learned last year…never say never.

3.) What are you working on now and what releases do you have coming up? Right now I’m putting together a new adventure proposal for my agent, and when that’s finished I’m diving into the second Eternal Guardians book (the new paranormal series). The first Eternal Guardians book – MARKED – is scheduled to release in May 2010, with the second to follow shortly thereafter. Other releases I have coming up: The second Stolen book – STOLEN HEAT – releases July 28, 2009. This is Pete’s book, and I’m very excited about it. It’s a reunion story, and I absolutely love reunion books. The third and final Stolen book – STOLEN SEDUCTION – hits shelves January 2010. This last book is Shane’s book, but the characters from the first two books show up as well, so it’s very fun and a little bittersweet.

4.) Anything else you’d like to share?

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Readers, here is the contest part. Answer this question in the comments to be entered in a drawing for a copy of STOLEN FURY. Check back to tomorrow for the announcement of the winner. The winner will have until May 5th (that’s the last day of the contest) to contact me in order to collect the prize. This contest IS open to non-US entrants.

What’s the most recent movie you’ve seen? Did you like it?:

Elizabeth writes: The last movie I saw was Bedtime Stories with Adam Sandler. I thought it was very cute. And I loved the Greek scene!!

Okay, blog readers, now you tell us the most recent movie you’ve seen.

87 comments to “Book of the Day: Stolen Fury, by Elizabeth Naughton”

  1. I watched Twilight for the first time with my daughter. She’s 17 and loved the movie as much as I did. Then this morning I watched babylon A.D. Not quite as good as I thought it was going to be. We get alot of movies from Netflix.

  2. Last movie I sat and watched was Bedtime Stories. Very cute movie.

  3. The last movie I saw was “Transporter 3.”

  4. Hi Anya, I watched the new Fast and the furious. IReally liked it just as much as I liked all the others. And I watched Twilight, biy that was an awesome movie as well.

  5. my husband and I watched The Boy in the Striped Pajamas last night – a Great Movie!

  6. I haven’t watched a movie for years. I think the last one was 8 Seconds, the story of Lane Frost. I enjoyed it, but it was so sad

  7. I just watched Doubt last night with my mom. Meryl Streep was terrific playing a nun who is a principal at a catholic school in the 60’s. Great performances by all including Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams.

  8. Well, the last movie I saw in theaters was… uhhhhhh…. ummm…. eerrrrr… Wall E? And the last movie I saw on DVD was 3:10 to Yuma.
    Liked Wall E, and 3:10… eh. :X I wasn’t really paying attention.

  9. We took my two daughters (8 and 12) to see Coraline. It was crowded, so we had to split up. I sat with the 8 year old. Near the end she turned to me and said, “THAT WAS THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER!!!!” I told her it wasn’t finished yet. She waited a few minutes and the credits started to roll. “Is it over yet?” I nodded. “THAT WAS THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER!!!!”

    I’m going to see Gaiman speak at Washington College the end of the month.

  10. Oh wow, what was the most recent movie I watched? I’ve been reading so much that I can’t even remember! Ha! I think the most recent movie was probably Twilight.

  11. The last movie I saw was Fast and Furious. Suprisingly it was a pretty good movie. Lots of action but a good plot too.

  12. Oooh, Stolen Fury sounds good!

    The last movie I saw in theatres was Stone of Destiny. I liked it well enough. Got in some pretty good laughs. I’m not quite sure how much of it was based on real events, though.

  13. I am definitely not into movies, but my kids like to watch them on DVD. So I guess the last movie I saw was Cars. As far as kid’s movies go, it was pretty good.

  14. Beverly Hills Chihauhau awesome moive, but i love dogs lol

  15. Monsters Vs. Aliens! OMG! It was so cute and awesome! I need a stuffed insectasaurous!! 😀

    And yet another book to add to my to buy list!!

  16. Hi all,
    The last movie I saw was Twilight. I loved it !
    I had already read all four books in the series and enjoyed those as well. Then when Twilight came out at the stores I bought it and have watched twice since then.

  17. I watched Twilight and loved it

  18. :idea:the last movie i saw was Night watch it was a sci fi.not so good of a ending i like petter endings in my movies even if i like strang movies. 🙄

  19. I do not get to see very many movies. I think the last one I saw was the Abba one. I really enjoyed it. I wanted to see Twilight, but have not as yet

  20. We did a movie thon and I saw 4 movies in one day and enjoyed them all but I’d put them in this order: Taken; Grand Torino; Knowing and The Haunting in Connecticut. They were all different genres but I’d recommend all of them.

  21. The last movie I saw was Duplicity. The best part about it was Clive Owen. He’s so hot! I’d recommend watching it on DVD when it comes out, but I didn’t think it was worth the movie price.

  22. The most recent movie I’ve seen was Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. I really enjoyed it and was glad to get the backstory to the other two Underworld movies.

  23. I recently saw the new “Fast and Furious” movie and totally enjoyed it. Oh, I also recently watched the movie “Knowing” and enjoyed that as well.

  24. I just saw Quantum of Solace and really enjoyed. I wasn’t expecting to enjoy it as much as I did. :mrgreen:

  25. The most recent movie I watched was “Marley & Me”. I read the book and I don’t know why I even subjected myself to the movie. I bawled my eyes out and I KNEW it was coming! Why did I do it? Because it was a very good book and I’m a dog lover. We have 2 yellow labs. It hits close to home.

  26. The last movie I remember seeing in the theater was Twilight. It was okay. The book was better.

  27. Such great comments! And so many awesome movies for me to check out!

    We just finished watching Marley & Me as a family. 3/4 of the way through, the DH said, “OMG…this is my life!” The funny part? Um…it totally is. I mean. IT TOTALLY IS. From the 3 kids to the crazy dog to the dog dying. Freaky when that happens.

    I cried too at the end. But it was a good cry. At dinner tonight we all told stories about our 13 yr old Dalmatian we lost last fall. It was nice to reminisce.

  28. Actually not a big movie fan so I think it was Marley & Me

  29. I cannot remember the last movie I watched. *red faced* I guess it couldn’t have been all that great, or maybe it’s just been a long time. I’d rather read.

  30. I think this book was with the monthly book club at Dorchester? If so I have it and must pull it out!

    I don’t watch many movies at all! And most I watch have been some historical and favorites of mine. One was OUTSIDER based on a historical romance by Penelope Williamson with Tim Daly and Naomi Watts. Gosh it was so beautiful! Really recommend this one! It came out through Showtime and is on DVD.

  31. The last movie I watched in the theatre was Brideshead Revisited. It was free so I went.

  32. The last movie I watched was The Haunting in Connecticut. I enjoyed it despite the screams. It actually made sense. It was a scary movie with a plot and it made the movie more believable; thus, scarier than usual spookfest.

  33. First I wanted to say what an awesome interview that was :)!

    The last movies I watched were Nick Knight rented from netflix.com, it is the movie that the series Forever Knight came about from – a vampire cop (Rick Springfield) I believe was late 80s early 90s. That rental was inspired by Moonlight currently running again on Sci-Fi. I did enjoy it I am a sucker for vamps and paranormal :).

    Today it was Flirting wit Forty a LMN movie I caught on tv with Heather Locklear. It was a really well done tv movie with Heather’s love interest being only 27.

    I hope you enjoyed your latest movies as much as I did mine :)!!!

  34. Dragonball only because my seven year old is a big fan of the anime. I had promised when it came out that I’d take him. And well since I was at one time a fan, I was happy that they kept the original characters.

  35. You convinced me!! Have this preordered, and bought the first one. Don’t know how the heck I missed it……..sounds awesome!!

  36. I just watched Ichi Killer a japanese gory horror flick awesome!

  37. taken, with liam neelson , good movie, love his accent 🙂