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Sunday, April 17, 2011

SPRING IS BUSTIN' OUT ALL OVER: MARILU MANN

Spring is arriving here in Texas. The mockingbirds are building nests. The cardinals are courting their ladies. More joggers and walkers are hitting the walking trails. All in all things are perking right along. Do your thoughts turn to love in the spring or are you like me--love is always right there?

In the world of Marilu Mann, we explore love in many shapes and flavors from sensual all the way up to kinky. Do you like a little kink in your sweet or do you want more and more tension before the
ultimate explosion? If you're shy, but want to try something a little different, why not drape yourself with silk scarves the next time you are in bed waiting for your lover? Maybe they will drag them all over your skin letting you feel the soft slide of silk against your body. Maybe they will wrap them around your wrists then drag the cloth away. Maybe they will tie your hands above your head so that they can use your body for their own desire--pleasing you as well. In any event, if you set the tone and the stage, who knows where your
evening will end up?

I think a good romance encourages us to go a little deeper into our own relationships. We read how others navigate the bumps that life  throws at us. We can see how others communicate (or fail to communicate) to bring that lesson home for our own partnerships. So why not try some of the sexy positions and toys we read about? Here's to new beginnings, to silk scarves, Spring and “Escaping into the Fantasy...

Marilu Mann brings the steaminess of the Louisiana bayous to her books and she doesn't stop there. Marilu's willing to travel to the frozen tundra of Wisconsin to heat up those northern nights and melt a
little snow. She'll also circle the world to Wales, Ireland, Scotland and back just to bring you books that make you sweat.

Currently residing in Texas, Marilu is an avid armchair traveler. Her sexy shifters will set your blood to boiling in no time. Owned by one Diva Teen and various animals, Marilu keeps busy writing the novels her readers beg for.  Visit Marilu at http://www.greatmta.com/

27 comments:

booklover0226 said...

Spring is a fresh start for many things inside and outside the bedroom!


Thanks,
Tracey D
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Angelwolfstorm said...

Springtime is the time to start fresh!


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Marilu Mann said...

Fresh starts are always good.

McKenna Chase said...

Spring can't get here soon enough for me. Good bye cold. I like it HOT! :)

McKenna

Ashlyn Chase said...

I adore Spring. It's my favorite season...probably just because it means an end to winter.

We still have one pile of snow here in NH. It's where the plow guy piled it, creating a snowbank that towered over our heads. But it'll be gone in May when my lilacs are blooming.

I realy want to win the nook! I lost mine on the plane home from RT. Now I'm too broke to replace it. Waaaaa...

Rebekah E. said...

I love when everything comes back to life in spring.

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Jean P said...

Spring is such a wonderful time, everything is new and fresh again.


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Faith said...

I hope you're not in an area of TX where the fires are raging. Stay safe!

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Shannon said...

I love springtime this best of all. It perfectly cool outside most of the time and it is a great time to get into new things especially relaxing things like reading a new book. *W* Keep up the awesome work. :)

Maria said...

I always think of romance but Spring definitely perks things up and I do enjoy being able to take walk outdoors. Good suggestion with the scarves...lol

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Shannon said...

Oh yeah, in case it is needed... my email addy that i check the most is blueeyed.mystery@yahoo.com

Dee Cajun said...

Nothing like a steamy southern spring... Cotton frocks and barefeet with the sweet smell of southern hospitality on the skin...

Keep up the good work!


dee, Planeteer and avid lover of anything southern and steamy

Cathy M said...

Nothing like a sexy romance story to tweak the imagination. Great post, Marilu.


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Judy said...

I love the spring also. It really doesn't last long here in Louisiana, soon it will be horribly hot and start raining!!! It is nice when it is not so humid hot, but that is so far in between.


Judy
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chey said...

I'm looking forward to spring!
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Tommi said...

Silk scarves indeed. Just what makes the pink in the kink, just above her head. Yes, I loved that ping in the Spring. A Planeteer that really enjoys the romance with the dance. A titillating bite of reading..

Tommi

Marcia James said...

Spring is my favorite season -- despite my allergies. ;-) And it's definitely a good time to try new things in every area of one's life.

I've downloaded Needing Harte and can't wait to read it.

-- Marcia James ;-)

desitheblonde said...

im glad it here i am all most out of
school for while and the flower are
growing all over the place here

DeAnn said...

Love spring and LOVE the covers!
I can't wait for the flowers and to start growning and blooming.

Clancy said...

Good ideas can sometimes be difficult to come up with in the bedroom to spice things up - I like the idea of looking to romance books for inspiration.

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bearaboo said...

Love is blooming during any season!

Robin said...

A little exploration is great!

Cris Anson said...

I love spring as well! Here in eastern PA the tulips and Virginia bluebells are blooming, as are cherry and magnolia trees. Also the dandelions and grass. Pretty soon I'll have to haul out the lawnmower.

Oh, and I'm checking out all my scarves, too :-)

Terra Pennington said...

Hello Ms. Mann,

I have a few of your books and Needing Harte looks like a good one. Keep writing and I will keep reading.

Terra
tpen89@charter.net

Sarita said...

We've got bluebirds here, and it is such a joy to see them again!

Sarah Ahiers (Falen) said...

ooh! LOVE the cover for Needing Harte!

Stacie said...

Spring is the time when all of nature finally wakes up from the long Winter's sleep. I wish it didn't take so long!

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