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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Blog Tour, Interview & Giveaway: Dial M For Menage by Emily Ryan-Davis!

Ménage on 34th Street
Author: Emily Ryan-Davis and Elise Logan
Category: contemporary erotic romance, m/m/f, holiday
Length: Novella

Katrina and Liam Holland have the perfect marriage, a home in the trendiest part of Baltimore, and a scorching sex life. As another Christmas approaches, there's only one thing still on Kat's wish list: Hunter Croft. But she made peace long ago with his decision to choose the marines over their relationship. Until seeing him again arouses feelings she thought were in the past… Hunter has spent a decade outrunning his attraction to both Kat and Liam. But now that he's stateside, his self-control crumbles when he comes face-to-face with the two people who star in all his favorite fantasies. Their reunion is both erotic and emotional—and has Hunter wondering if three's really a crowd, after all.Liam can't imagine his life without Kat. But he can imagine a future where the three of them live and love under one roof. Liam and Kat have shared their bed with other men, but Hunter is the only one who could ever have a place in their hearts. And this holiday season, Liam intends to make their dream a reality.

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  Dial M for Ménage
Series: sequel to Menage on 34th Street
Author: Emily Ryan-Davis
Category: contemporary erotic romance, m/m/f
Length: Short novel

Katrina Holland began the new year by waking up with two men in her bed. Introducing marine Hunter Croft into her marriage was passionate and explosive—for Katrina and her husband Liam. But now that the honeymoon period is over and they've returned to the real world, can this arrangement ever work? Liam Holland thought he had it all—a beautiful wife, great home, and a solid career. Only one thing—one man—eluded him. When he saw an opportunity to grab Hunter, Liam reached out with both hands, determined not to let go. But as the first rush of passion fades, Liam must identify exactly how far he's willing to go to keep Hunter a part of their lives. Hunter needs something only Liam and Kat can give him. But while he's willing to change some aspects of his life to be with the couple, he's a marine before all else. When a reassignment means relocation, he'll need to move on—with or without his two lovers. See how Kat, Liam and Hunter's love began in Ménage on 34th Street.

Available March 3, 2014


Emily Ryan-Davis is a lifelong East Coaster whose passion for the written word saw her through jobs writing obituaries, press releases and grants before she decided “I’m going to do this” and sat down to write a book. And then she wrote a book. Several, actually, in a variety of steamy romance sub-genres.
Life has undergone many changes since that first book. Now she spends her days writing full-time and parenting even-fuller-time. All the usual author loves apply, with chocolate, coffee and cats at the top the list.

Connect with Emily:

Emily Ryan Davis' DIAL M FOR MENAGE Tour Schedule
3/3 Kawehi's Book Blog (Series Spotlight)

3/4 C&F (Series Spotlight)

3/5 Book Monster Reviews (Guest Post)

3/5 Romancing the Book Blog (Guest Post)

3/6 Bookin' It Reviews (Guest Post)

3/8 Dirty Girl Romance (Series Spotlight)

3/8 Musings In Fiction Alley (Guest Post)

3/9 For the Love of Bookends (Series Spotlight)

3/9 For Whom The Books Toll (Series Spotlight)
3/10 Myla Jackson's Blog (Excerpt)

3/12 In The Pages of a Good Book (Guest Post)

3/13 Coffee Talk Writers

3/14 Riverina Romantics (Guest Post)

3/15 Kristina's Books & More (Interview)

3/16 Books are Love (Series Spotlight)

3/16 Inner Goddess (Guest Post)

3/16 Snarky Mom Reads... (Series Spotlight)

3/16 The Lusty Literate (Series Spotlight)

3/16 Two Sassy Chicks (Series Spotlight)

Tell my fans a little bit about yourself and your books.

Hi Kristina’s fans! J By this point you know my name is Emily, but unless you’ve done some digging, you might not know much else. The short version is I’m a full-time writer of erotic romance. I’ve written historical, futuristic, paranormal and contemporary romance, and I like my heroes a little on the tolerant and sensitive (but not whiney) side. While I’m writing books, I’m also two years into the raising of a future romance novel hero. I collect Hello Kitty stuffies, love Spring sunshine and coffee, and believe in a person’s right to wear flip-flops.

How many books have you written? What are their titles?

Gosh, a lot. I have nine books with Ellora’s Cave, two with Carina Press, and several more I’ve written and published independently. I won’t drive you nuts by listing all the titles, but some of my favorites are More than a Man (futuristic erotic romance! With tentacles!), and contemporary M/M/F erotic romances Menage on 34th Street and Dial M for Menage. I’m gearing up to release a new BDSM erotic romance later this month or early April (Keeping Savannah) and to celebrate that release, the first two stories in the series, Claiming Lauren and Dominating Amy, are on sale. You can read Claiming Lauren free and Dominating Amy for 99c at most e-tailers.

What genre have you not yet written, but would like to try?

I haven’t written New Adult yet (does that count, even though it’s not a completely separate genre?). New Adult is on my list but I have some priority projects under contract and promised to readers. I just hope everyone’s still interested in the young college heroine when I finally find the time to get there.

What are you currently reading?

I just finished an e-ARC of Kit Rocha’s Beyond Jealousy. Omgaaaaaaaaaaahhhh Ace Santana. LOVE. But I love each of Kit Rocha’s dystopian erotic romance. O’Kane for life!

What are you currently working on?

Right now I’m actively working on a paranormal M/F/M/M/M/M (I might be missing an M) shapeshifter series, tentatively titled Six Wolf Night (yeah, that says it all) and I’m tying up loose ends on a new BDSM erotic romance, Keeping Savannah. I’m about to sign a contract for two new contemporary ménage a trois romances so those will dominate my 2014. I can’t wait to clear my schedule and dig into them!

What books did you read as a child?

I read a lot of adult romance in the 80s and 90s. Young adult and new adult fiction didn’t exist back in the dark ages the way they do now and adult romance paperbacks were affordable for my mom, who could barely keep me in reading material. I was very avid!

What genre is your favorite to read?

Romance! The steamier, the better.

Where can fans find you?

I’m on Twitter, Facebook and Goodreads, and I always maintain a web site. I love connecting with readers, so I hope you’ll come find me!

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