Monday, May 29, 2006


Run out and buy a copy of this book now. It is fantastic: funny, sexy, gripping, etc. And thought the cover it tantalizing, don't be misled. This book is not about bondage, and the heroine does more than traipse around in a leopard print baby doll nighty. She's a golden-skinned assassin tracking down scum who sell women as sex slaves. When she gets paired up with Lucius, a tough, alpha-male assassin, sparks fly.

Oh, and wait till you meet the guy she's SOLD to....Ah, you'll just have to read the book.

Click on the graphic for a better version of the animation.

Visit Gena's web site for a more extensive description of ENSLAVE ME SWEETLY, or read her blog for updates. To purchase ENSLAVE ME SWEETLY from, click here.


Betty S said...

Can I copy this whole post, including comments for my blog? I love the way you did the text.

Kelli McBride said...

Of course. I think Gena's going to put some of it on her site as well.

Heather said...

Hi I'm a student in your comp 2 class.

I think it's cool that you have your own blog. All of the people I know are on myspace.. I now have one of these too just becasue I wantet to leave you a comment. :)

This book reminds me of the movie Domino. I love to read books so I'll look into it for sure :)

Kelli McBride said...

Hi Heather! Thanks for posting. Gena is a good friend of mine, and is a really fun writer.

I hope you enjoy her books!

Michele said...

Wow cool, Kelli! You have a student as a blog fan.

Love the promo you did here for Gena's Book. I have the first, can't wait to add this one to my keeper list too.

She has a great friend in you.

Rinda Elliott said...

Show off.


Hey, are you coming to the meeting next week? I. Miss. You.

Kelli McBride said...

Michelle, Thanks for the comments on the promo. I love making those little animations! And ENSLAVE ME SWEETLY is such a great book.

Rinda - if you got it, flaunt it. ;-)

I'm not sure about the meeting. But I am going to try and make Saturday's books signing at Barnes & Noble. Do you want to do lunch or an afternoon version of brunch?

Rinda Elliott said...

Well, I missed this. I had a Romance Ink meeting last Saturday and we er, had margaritas. Lots of them. heh heh