January 3rd, 2010
Book-of-the-Day: Undercover


Every day from today until January 4th, 2010, I’ll be giving away one of Lauren Dane’s fabulous novels. In turn, she will be giving one of mine away. Head on over to her blog to see which one.

By random drawing, the winner of yesterday’s book-of-the-day contest for MAKING CHASE is Jane, who said, “I would love to travel to Italy. I definitely want to visit all the museums.”

Congratulations! You have a week from today to contact me and collect your prize. anyabast (at) gmail.com

Federation Chronicles: UNDERCOVER: On the battleground or in the bedroom, one woman and two men fight for dominance in a bold, new, and excitingly different direction in erotica…

As a lieutenant of the Federation military, Sera Ayers is accustomed to giving orders, not taking them. Now she must obey the one man she can’t stand—and can’t stop thinking about.

With the enemy Imperialists gaining ground, a covert team is assembled by Ash Walker. Ten years before, Sera had lovingly submitted to Ash’s dominance in the bedroom. But when he was forced into a political marriage, she refused to play mistress. His marriage now over, Ash wants Sera on his team—and back in his bed.

The third team member, Brandt Pela, has an elegance to match Ash’s savage sexuality. And when their undercover plan requires Sera to pose as Brandt’s lover, it ignites a passion among the three of them more dangerous than their mission.

Want a shot at winning this book? Answer the following question in the comments:

Which subgenres of romance do you enjoy reading the most? Paranormal, contemporary, historical, futuristic?

77 comments to “Book-of-the-Day: Undercover”

  1. That’s a tough call – because I like them all equally – except for historical. Not wild about them – only like cowboys and indians…hey, what can I say – I grew up on them on TV.

  2. Paranormal is definitely my favorite, with historical coming a close second.

  3. I love paranormal, contemporary, and historical. Really I just love them all.

  4. Paranormal comes a definite first. Futuristic next.

  5. Definitely Paranormal then Historical.

  6. Paranormal 😀

  7. I love paranormal and historical the most but I also read contemporary and sci-fi

  8. Which subgenres of romance do you enjoy reading the most? Paranormal, contemporary, historical, futuristic?
    Romantic contemporay, and historical. I am now going into the paranormal and futuristic. I am dipping my toes into the other genres now.

  9. I really enjoy the paranormal but I do really enjoy the other genres too, depending on my mood.

  10. I really like paranormal because they have so much excitement and adventure in them.

  11. Which subgenres of romance do you enjoy reading the most? Paranormal, contemporary, historical, futuristic?

    –Paranormal alllll the way =D

  12. Paranormal for me

  13. Definitely paranormal!

  14. Futuristic!

  15. My favorite has always been paranormal. Now that there are even more Vampire, Werewolf, Ghost, Alien, Atlantis, and Time Traveler type paranormal books out, I am so happy.

  16. I love paranormal, suspense and historical. It makes for a great book when all three are present.

  17. Paranormal for sure!!!
    Shapeshifters, vampires and demons
    Oh My!!!

  18. I enjoy both paranormal and contemporary romantic suspense the most!

  19. 😎 I really enjoy paranormal romance. I’ll read almost any kind of romance though.



  20. I enjoy erotica, contemporary and some paranormal now and then.

  21. My favourite genre is paranormal, but I also like science fiction based romance.

  22. I enjoy suspense and paranormal with a touch of romance ❗ Let’s face it, I will read anything. 🙂

  23. I love everything romance, but romantic suspense is my favorite~

  24. I like lots, but into paranormal with time travel.

  25. Paranormal! I love all the yummy vampires, werewolves, and demons. 😀

  26. For me, it is tie between paranormal and historical as my favorite subgenres.

  27. Historical, which I discovered recently, and then paranormal which I just discovered even more recently than historical. 🙂