I'm an erotic romance writer published with Loose Id, Ellora's Cave, Liquid Silver Books, and Etopia Press. I live in Ohio and spend every available moment writing, plotting, and learning more about the craft. I'm also back in school, majoring, for the moment, in Biology ♥
"I love how much effort you put into your stories and your characters. It's more than just erotic romance. It's a fully developed story."
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"I've been reading this author for a while now. It is very satisfying to see how much she has grown as a writer. Her books were always good - but this one is great." Joellen from Goodreads
"The world building in Dark Paradise is incredible. Hunter does a fabulous job describing all facets to Cin's new world. I really enjoyed the book and I really, really look forward to the follow up story." Bookgrrl1976 from NOR
"Ms. Hunter has written another story that pulls her readers in and takes them on the ride of their lives while they turn the pages." Diana Coyle from Night Owl Reviews
I'll paste a small excerpt below, but for the full review, click here.
"...Mila is a headstrong woman who understands her duty but is also a bit of a nymphomaniac. When she isn’t getting it on with Cho, she is unable to withstand Lake. But she is also compassionate and really does treat Cho and others like real people, not slaves unlike some of the other characters do. Lake is a strong guy but has a sensitive streak that isn’t always found in alpha males...
...First Night is a fun story that has adventure and a great deal of sex. If you are interested in reading about early societies and their traditions, as well as the love of a strong man and good woman, you will love First Night!"
"...Beyond the Shadows by Cassidy Hunter was a fantastic read. It’s apparent in the beginning that Sarah isn’t a follower and has an agenda of her own. I was sad to read of her treatment by her previous keeper, but think being there added great strength to her character...
While I didn’t exactly love him (Kai) in the beginning, there’s no denying that I loved the savage bedroom side of him..."
I pretty much only give 5 *'s to a book that I would gladly read again. And this is one that I would gladly read again.
My one word of advice?
Ignore the cover!!!!!!!! (Just to let everyone know, she thinks the cover is not dark enough to suit the book:))
There, with that done, here's why YOU should buy this book, NOW:
1. You like vampire stories, but you don't like them all warm and fuzzy. You want some danger to your read.
2. You like smutty interludes with odd creatures.
3. You like to mix it up with a dark -fairly tale like - read once in a while that grips you by your toes and makes you squeal!
4. You like girls and guys that are tough enough to do what they need to do, and don't mind seeing a few of the characters who gave the H/H a bad time coming to a bad end!
5. In summary, you like smutty fairy-tale-like dark stories about vampires who aren't as nice as they seem (pet, pet, but don't bite!) and like a read that will keep you turning the page for hours as a time.
Nic from Scorching Book Reviews interviewed me, and if you comment on the interview, you could win some books. Dawn has posted a review of Beyond the Shadows. If you comment on the review, you could win some books. Everyone wants free books, so go comment for your chance to win! :))
Today is my day! I'm giving away Sanctuary and Asylum as one prize, a copy of Beyond the Shadows, and a copy of Strange Familiar. All you have to do for a chance to win is comment on Dawn's blog or Nic's Blog.
TwoLips reviewer Merrylee gave Strange Familiar a fantastic five star (or five lips, I guess that would be) review. I'll post a snippet below, but be sure to go read the entire review. It's worth reading!
Here's part of the review:
"...The many-faceted plot is original and fresh. Ms. Hunter's demon world-building is so colorfully rich, I could easily imagine the textures beyond the colors, the fragrances beyond the author's olfactory descriptions.
I simply couldn't put this book down, and read it in one afternoon.
While written in a lighthearted vein, Strange Familiar runs the gamut of emotions. On one page, I laughed at Olivia's spunk and hilarious sense of humor, and on another, I cried with her through the pain of her forced separations from Kane.
Just when I thought the book was coming to an end, there was another twist and turn that grabbed me and tossed me in an entirely new and fascinating direction. And the sex between Kane and Olivia will smoke your shorts!
...This was my first experience with a Cassidy Hunter novel(la), and it definitely won't be my last. If you've never read Ms. Hunter's work before, I highly recommend you do and start with this one. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised."
Doesn't that make you want to read the review and the book? ;)
Mila lives with her shadow and her people in a cursed clan. The Myaian men cannot get their women pregnant, and in order for their people to survive, sympathetic outsider clans determined to do their duty donate their men to the Myaian women; but only one man every few years.
When Mila is chosen, she is ecstatic. She wants a baby more than she’s ever wanted anything--at least until she meets the huge Ednian, Lake.
In spite of a rocky start, the two can’t deny the bonds that begin to form between them, both physically and emotionally.
Then Mila’s shadow nearly kills her and Lake, determined to get her and his future child away from danger, takes her damaged and unconscious to his people.
Mila isn’t about to let him rule her life. When he refuses to allow her to return to her village to see to her people, she sneaks away and runs straight to the arms of a nightmare.
Now her only hope of surviving is the man she left. Will he reach her in time to save not only her, but the child she carries?
"...it is 12:53 (I have to get up at 5:30), and I just finished the last glorious words of Sanctuary. So tired, so happy! Wow, what an excellent book. I shall have to edit the raving review I gave it when I can think straight again! Thanks for a great read! Pure magic!"