Hi! I'm Lacey Wolfe and I'm an author with Beachwalk Press. Thank you for stopping by my little corner of the web.
I'm not a big holiday person. You could call me the Grinch. But since my kids arrived, I get a little more in the holiday spirit for them. I really enjoy the Elf on the Shelf. I like seeing my childrens' face when he moves and they have to find him and see what he did that night. Because that little guy gets himself into weird predicaments.
I'm not crazy about decorating. Everyone now and then I get excited, like last year which was our first year in this house. But for the most part, I dislike having to move things around the house just to accommodate that tree. See, I told you. I am the Grinch. Just give me a big green suit and put me up on my own mountain and I'll be happy. :)
This month marks two years since Fool Me Once was published. And this month, it's on sale for....99 cents
! That's a savings of 67%! Go ahead, check out this novella if you haven't yet!AMAZON
- ALL ROMANCE
- BEACHWALK PRESSFool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice…
Drew is the last person Skylar wanted to see across from her at a local bar. A month ago he'd wined and dined her all weekend, leaving her feeling fully in love, but then she awoke alone in an empty hotel room and she hadn't heard from him since.
The weekend Drew spent with Skylar was phenomenal. There had never been anyone who made him feel as complete as she did. He shouldn't have disappeared, he should have called, but his feelings for her scared him, so he distanced himself. But when he saw her again, he knew he couldn't stay away any longer.
Skylar's determined not to give Drew another chance to hurt her, but he's just as determined to win her back. Although it won't be easy, he's up to the challenge, and he's willing to do whatever it takes to accomplish his goal.
My next release is around the corner in January! This one is a little spicier then most of my recent releases, but I think you'll enjoy it!
They think they're fooling their parents, but really, the joke's on them.
Kayla Ames's parents could win an award in meddling. Every time she turns around, they're setting her up with someone new. Try as she might, she can't convince them to butt out of her love life.
Ryan Newell isn't looking for love. After having his heart torn to shreds by his ex, he's determined to never again fall in love and leave himself that vulnerable to being hurt. His parents, however, believe he just needs some help finding the right woman, and their friends' daughter, Kayla, might be a perfect match.
Realizing they both have the same problem—parents who won't stop nagging them about finding a partner—Ryan and Kayla agree to an arrangement of sorts. All they have to do is pretend to date, and they don't even have to see each other, they can discuss the details of their "dates" via email. But then the email conversations lead to real dates, and Kayla finds herself struggling to keep her feelings for Ryan in check as he's made it clear love will not enter into the equation for him. Then Kayla's parents suddenly announce they're getting a divorce, and she begins to wonder if maybe Ryan has the right idea.
When it all gets to be too much for Kayla, she has a hard decision to make—agree to stay with Ryan and never experience love, or walk away for her chance to find it.
Content Warning: contains adult language and graphic sexual content
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the USA and it's the time of the year where we sit back and reminisce on all out blessings in our life. I'd like to take a moment and thank you, my readers. Without the kind encouragement I get from you, I might have given up long ago. But instead, your kind comments on the blog, facebook, emails, and other places help me. Each time a book releases and I get your feedback, it helps me want to keep going and keep writing.
Over the past year, my sales have gotten a lot stronger. I have you guys to thank. Being a writer is hard. And with your help, I have reached more people. Thank you so much for sharing my books on your social media sites and telling your friends about them. And of course, thank you for your reviews.
All right! Enough of the sappy stuff! If you celebrate Thanksgiving, I hope you stuff your belly tomorrow until you wobble. Enjoy the time with your friends and family. After all, they say you never regret the time spent with friends and family.
Hello fans! Welcome to our Holly Holiday Blog Hop!
We're out to make someone's Christmas extra special.
With a 7" Kindle Fire HD up for grabs, we're bound to do just that!
Christmas for children is all about Santa, presents and family.
This year, the adults are getting something too!
Each stop will have it's own prizes, so make sure you stop by to visit each one.
Yay! It Must Be Fate is finally on eBook shelves! Want a sneak peak? Check out chapter one below. But first, here's what the stories about:
Sometimes the future lies in the past…
Sandy Collins hasn’t thought about him in years, not since he broke her heart and broke off their engagement. She’s built a great nursing career for herself, and most of all, she’s happy. Until she ruined it by walking into that staff meeting…
After the passing of his grandmother, Daniel and his daughter Keri have moved back to town and taken up residence in her house. Things are looking up after several rough years, but on the first day of work at his new job as a pediatrician, Daniel gets an unexpected surprise—in the form of a nurse he’s never been able to forget.
As much as she tries to fight it, Sandy can’t deny the attraction. Daniel makes it clear that he’s sorry and wants another shot, and he’s willing to do whatever it takes. But the last thing Sandy wants is to relive the misery from the past. But how can she resist when it seems as though fate is stepping in?
Tempting the Manny is getting a makeover - both inside and out!
At the end of October, I got my rights back to this story and took to heart the things readers have told me about the story in the year and a half it was published previously. I've made changes inside. I've changed some scenes around and fixed a lot of grammatical issues I was surprised to find (It had been edited prior). I tried to remove a lot of the telling I found and show more.
I hope when this story hits shelves again, you'll pick it up. And when it does release, I plan to launch it at 99cents for a limited time!
Check back for more details soon!
So, what do you think of the new cover?
I've been noticing a trend in my romances--pregnancy. You'd think I had babies on my mind. That I want to be pregnant myself. Wrong! I've got two kids that I love dearly and they are enough. I don't need anymore, nor do I desire to be pregnant again. Okay, well, I'd love to have 9 months to my life again where I can eat whatever I want and blame it on the baby. However, I don't want the baby that comes with it. So why the heck am I always creating heroines who are pregnant?
Yeah, good question. I'd like to know as well. I'm currently working on the second book in a series (The Gentleman's Club) and yesterday I wrote a very intense few scenes where my heroine Jamie has learned she's pregnant. And she wasn't wanting to be. I think anyone who has ever had an unexpected pregnancy or has thought they were will relate to this scene. The fear that was in Jamie's life as it all boils down to one little stick she's peed on.
I'm doing NaNoWriMo again this year. The point is to write 50k (50,000 words) in 30 days. Which means you need to write 1667 words a day. Not hard, really. Or so I say that as an author who writes constantly anyway.
I participated last year with just the goal to write 50k. I wasn't working on one project at the time. And I completed the goal. Yay! In case you're curious. I finished up the Wanted: Wife
during that time and wrote The Naked Truth
I told myself this year, I would start a new story fresh on November 1st and only write that book. Yup, and I did that. Started a new story called Ticket To Love
. I've been excited about starting this story for awhile. I had hoped to finish my current work in progress before NaNo, but that didn't happen. Some things happened in my personal life that pulled me away from writing temporarily.
I cannot believe that this week Amber's Muse, my debut erotic novella turns 2. TWO! I can't believe that I've been doing this for two years and how much things have changed.
Throughout the past two years, I've tried my hand at all kinds of different little projects and have now settled into writing sensual contemporary romances. In these past two years I've established my voice in my writing. One that I hope readers like and stands out. Often times I hear from people that my writing is real. I bring real life and issues into my books. Whenever I hear this, it makes me happy. It really does.
I've done a lot since Amber's Muse, but this book will always be special to me. I learned so much with writing, editing, and publishers with this one story.