Thursday, July 23, 2009

New Release by guest Kissa Starling: Carl's Story

Carl's Story, released today, is the second book in the Lifestyle Series at Red Rose Publishing. A series that focuses on the relationship between a dominant male and his submissive wife. Each book unravels an issue in the marriage that needs to be resolved. All of these stories are told from the male point of view, something that I do well by bouncing ideas off of my hubby! Here's a short blurb to thrill and entice you:

Sylvie and Carl used to be prominent play partners at the dungeon. Fast forward to three kids later and Sylvie is ashamed of her once perfect body. Carl understands that restoring her self confidence is his responsibility but he's not sure how to do it. When her body issues affect their marriage he knows that it's time for drastic action. An upcoming birthday provides him not only with the perfect time but the perfect solution to their problems as well...

Kissa Starling resides in the southern state of Georgia. She enjoys spending time with family and pets, reading, yoga, laughing, and meditating. Bendy straws are a favorite of hers- especially if they're lime green. Her imagination is quite vivid and she's been known to delve into areas that some only fantasize about. She's a member of several online writing groups such as Romance Divas, Midnight Seductions Authors, The Fishtank, and Avoid Writers Hell. Reading mail is a favorite past-time of hers and she can always be found hanging out at Kissa's Karma Korner.

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Nicole Morgan said...

Wow, first of all I absolutely love the cover, but I'm most impressed by hearing that you told the story from the male's point of view. That is a fresh approach that I haven't seen before.

Good Luck on the new release, although from what I read so far, you won't need it!

Kissa Starling said...

Thanks so much Nicole! This cover is actually up for the Covey Award this month. Voting ends August 2. Here's the link:

Carl's Story is #15