Annie Edmonds

Annie is the host of the groups Erotic Romance Blog while she writes her second novel and maintains several of her personal bogs. She provides sage advice on her field of romance and invites readers and authors alike to take advantage of the blog comments, guest blogging and author pages.

Annie tells you all about it below.

Annie's Sunset
I am inspired in my writing by many things and events. Romance is a wonderful thing to think about, and inspiration is everywhere, if you are romantic hearted, if it’s excitement rocks your world as it does mine. My book just took control of my psche, it drove me to chronicle it’s story immediately! Once I have a story it compels me to finish, to read again, and again with a fresh-eye.

I always have a journal or computer so that I can jot down things:Annie Edmonds in a dress

Second Chances-Sammy’s Story is a fictional mature romance novel about Samantha Raine, a 30-year-old widow, and her courageous trek back to life.

Samantha Raine was widowed at age thirty and now two years later she wanted more out of life than what she had in New Jersey. Her two best friends Kelly and Garrett offered her a job to watch their Florida beach front home for three months while they were away on vacation and she knew she had to take the chance to see if a change in scenery was what she needed to start her new life.

Included in the story is Jake Monroe, a self-made millionaire, and a well-established Architect builder who lived on Siesta Key in Southwest Florida. He owned his own construction company and was part owner of a private BDSM club called; Desire.

The body of the story entwines these characters illuminating Sammy’s courage and triumph in her second time around. This erotic romance is spiced with some kinky drama and is sure to draw the reader in and leave them anticipating Sammy’s next adventure


Second Chances – Sammy’s Story

This story involves romantic fantasy, fetishes, and other sexual components that leads me to classify my work as Erotic Romance, I would like to reach out to readers and those writers who dabble in this field, it is a very interesting topic to discuss. Please feel free to ask advice with Dear Annie Questions, or voice your opinions. We will discuss this online in our comments or strategize a story.

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