Chris at Stumbling Over Chaos is running a contest for my upcoming release, Unchaste. Follow the link to enter. Here's the blurbage:
The mystical Portal of the Gods transports Flynn Chula, shifter and descendant of the Cahokia Indians, six hundred years in the past. Right into a tribal feud between Amaro and Koda, warriors of the empire. While Flynn finds his new circumstances impossible, Amaro and Koda know exactly what to do. Their culture dictates that shifters have to be tested, proving their place among the people--as priests. Only one high priest can rule the empire at a time, but the current apprentice reigns with blood sacrifice and fear.
As the sexual preparations begin, Koda and Amaro do their duty to rid him of any possible heterosexual leanings...by giving themselves to him wholly. Flynn, who's never wanted a woman in his life, can't believe his luck. Two hunky men can't get enough of him, and their eager to learn all the tricks.
When the blood priest discovers the plot to overthrow him, will Flynn, Koda, and Amaro escape alive, or will more than blood be lost on the altar?
One of the commenters brought to my attention that she's confused by the above because she's never heard of a challenge involving sex as a plot tool. I'm in total agreement. It's just really hard to get three men, the emotional, the physical, the conflict and the hook into 200 words or less when you have a three male menage and are trying to avoid pronoun confusion. But yes, there's more to the plot than sex. Like sacrifice and such. That's all I'm gonna say.
I've offered copies of the two other releases at Chris' blog also. Those prolly won't appear until after the middle of March, closer to release date. Until then, you should really check out Chris' blog. There's another contest running over there, and she always has good stuff.