Release Day: Storm Season (and yes, I’m running a contest!)

Happy Friday, you gorgeous people! Let’s kick off the weekend right by celebrating the release of my debut novel Storm Season, now available from Evernight Publishing, Amazon, All Romance Ebooks, Bookstrand, and other purveyors of fine erotic romance.

Ian West had his summer all planned out — go down to Florida, stay in his family’s beach cottage on Olympic Cove, and work on his science fiction novel. But his plans get thrown for a loop when gorgeous twin sea gods Bythos and Aphros show up in the cove and inform him he’s their fated consort. As if that wasn’t enough, something in the Gulf of Mexico is turning mermaids into legendary monsters and gods into demons. Now, Ian not only has to navigate the complicated waters of a ménage relationship with twin sea gods, he also has to stop an insane deity and save the whole damn planet. No pressure.

But wait, there’s more! I’m also running a contest with the following prizes:

• A Nereid’s Band, as featured in the book. The 7.25″ bracelet is made from hand-wound silver metal chain mail links and constructed in a Full Persian weave, with shimmering pale blue crystal rondelles and a leaping dolphin toggle. Bracelet courtesy of Belaurient Arts.

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• A $20 Amazon gift certificate
• A $20 Evernight Publishing gift certificate

To win one of these prizes, simply leave your name and email address in the comments below before midnight CST on April 28, 2013, and answer the following question: Did you ever unexpectedly fall in love with someone, and if so, how did it happen? You MUST answer the question to be entered in the contest.

Thanks for reading, and good luck with the contest!

About nicolacameronwrites

Nicola Cameron has had some interesting adventures in her life -- ask her sometime about dressing up as Tietania, Queen of the Bondage Fairies. When not writing, she wrangles cats, makes dolls of dubious and questionable identity, and thanks almighty Cthulhu that she doesn’t have to work for a major telecommunications company any more (because there’s BDSM, and then there’s just plain torture...).

Posted on April 26, 2013, in Evernight Publishing, Release Day, Storm Season. Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. I fell in love with my best friend and he’s my husband now. I didn’t expect to, but I’m glad I did.

    smurfettev AT Gmail DOT com

    • That’s a great story! I was friends with my husband via email for almost two years before we met in person. Got married six months later, and twenty years later we’re still together. 😀

  2. Sadly I havnt unexpectedly fallen in love yet. But I hold hope. Ive had crushes. I like a guy right now, but he has his head up his ass and isnt ready for a relationship. Although I currently feel Ill have better luck with someone I havnt met yet. Hopefully Ill get his number and get to talk to him

    kitsune_no_sora @ yahoo

    • Sorry your guy has a HUA issue right now. Sometimes that’s the universe’s way of telling you there’s something better right around the corner.

      • I have that feeling right now, atleast I hope so. My stepdad mentioned a man my age with the same birthday at his work. I just had this. . . good feeling. If only my stepdad would give me his number XD the number went mia

  3. I fell in love with a crow once….I was just about to sacrifice him to Papa Legba when all of a sudden the light caught his eye as he was screeching, flapping and trying to peck one of my ears off. It was a whirlwind romance for 36 hours. He left me for a breast from Kentucky Fried Chicken, the floozy! My heart has been broken ever since. *sniffle*

  4. Princess Honah

    I briefly dated a guy once who ultimately became my best friend. We suck at dating each other (bad sex) but I love him dearly and hurt when he’s hurting and constantly remind him that he deserves better!

  5. Knew my current hubby while still married to the now ex. I was surprised when after the divorce he let me know he was interested in me. We started dating in 1994 and got married in 1997. He still thinks I’m HOT!

  6. I married my brother’s best friend almost fourteen years ago. 🙂 Let’s just say we didn’t always get along when we were younger. LOL

    Congrats on the book! I’ve got it loaded on my Kindle and I can’t wait to read it. 🙂

    tina.pollick at aol dot com

  7. "Severina" Kimberlee Ryba

    I had no intention of ever falling in love with him but it happened. He always told me there are no coincidences. He is the man who doesn’t always make the right decision but he always stands up for what’s right and fixes his mistakes. He brings out the most amazing things in me and I cannot believe with him in my corner how amazing of a person I have grown to be. He is always in my corner but never afraid to call me in the carpet. We fight but I can honestly say I would fight with him every day before I’d love another. And even though we are 820 miles apart we always say good night to each other. He is my moon, my stars, the air that I breath, the blood that runs through me. He is my best friend, my lover and the dream come true.

  8. Deborah Goodlett

    I met and fell in love with my husband of 20 years when I went home with his mom and her boyfriend from a bar. His mom and I would hang out at the bar then go her house after close and have breakfast. My husband and I started talking and things grew from there. We are still in love after 20 years. I can’t imagine a day in my life without him. He is my rock and keeps me grounded.

  9. I met my husband Andy at an Open University summer school week back in 1997. At the time I was living in Holland, with my incredibly unpleasant ex-husband who I had been trying to patch things up with after he had a very blatant and unpleasant affair. I told him that if I met someone who was after the same thing as me in life, I was going to leave him. Little did I know it was going to happen so soon. I was booked to help out at a summer school week at the end of the season and so I rode on my motorbike, all the way from Breda in Holland, over to Durham in England to do it. My first job there was to check in all the new students arriving for that week. It had all been quite dull and hum drum for the first couple of hours, when all of a sudden a man turned up to check in that caught my eye. He was all in denim, had long hair and looked like he’d been in a fight! But something in him called to me! At the ice-breaker evening I made a bee-line for him and got chatting. It turned out he’d had an accident on his bike and had smashed his face up a bit. Yay! I’d found a fellow biker! And also, despite being from Bolton originally, he was living just outside Croydon in Surrey – where I was from originally and was looking to return to as soon as possible. It would seem that fate had intervened! That week, being in each other’s company 24/7, we rapidly fell for each other, realising that we’d both come from incredibly dysfunctional marriages that we needed to get out from. By the end of the week we decided that we were totally in love with each other and on my return to Holland I started to make all the necessary moves to move back to the UK to be with him. To cut the rest of the long story short, we married in 2000 with a Pagan handfasting, performed by the incredible Melanie Fletcher 😀 and we are still hopeless in love with each other 16 years later. Oh and that ‘bike’ accident…. It turned out to be on his ‘pushbike’ not a motorbike!!! But I didn’t care by then – I loved him big time.

  10. Margy Karstetter

    I was at my sister Mary’s house when she brought home her work’s softball team for an after-game party. Randy walked in, our eyes met, and it was love at first sight for both of us. We’ll celebrate our 36th wedding anniversary next month.

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