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Do you know what gets me excited?

anna imageTelling more stories about my folks on Honeysuckle Court!

and lots of others things, which I may, or may not reveal to you!!! 😉

Writing my Husbands and Wives series gets me excited

you have no idea!

So…I recently announced I had 3 new stories about everyone’s favourite neighbours coming out soon.  And since I’ve had so much fun discovering more about Emma, Wendy and the others, I’ve decided to elaborate a little!  I’ve decided EVERYONE gets a story!!!!

Want to see what’s going on with ALL the neighbours?

See what’s coming up!

Interludes I

EmmaFind out what happened with Emma and Mahak that night at Tia’s

WendyWendy and Jackson and Jacey and Dominic try out the new hot tub

ColinColin sneaks a peak at the sexy shenanigans next door

*plus a special bonus

Interludes II

Mahak, Nathan & Jackson

Interludes III

Tia, Dominic & Joe

 

Check back tomorrow for the COVER REVEAL of all three new books from Anna Ellis!

 

Until my Interludes series is available, don’t forget about…

 

Melissa likes to kiss and tell and REALLY wanted to tell about what happened on Valentine's Day!

Melissa likes to kiss and tell and REALLY wanted to tell about what happened on Valentine’s Day!

Paige has a blast from her past when she goes on a job interview

Paige has a blast from her past when she goes on a job interview

 

 


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Husbands and Wives – From the Husbands’ POV?

Hello my lovelies!!

I’ve decided I need to keep in touch more.  So you’ll be hearing from me a little more frequently now on!

Yes, I will still be releasing 3 new Husbands and Wives stories soon!  I’ll have a cover release at the beginning of September.  Can’t wait?  Neither can I!  I can’t wait until you get to read about Wendy and …who?  I’ll keep that a secret for today.  🙂  But you’ll get to find out about Emma and Mahak and lots of tidbits about the mystery mistress, Tia.  Hope you’ll like it!!!

But…

Like I said, I’ve been busy.  There will be another full-length Husbands and Wives book to come this fall.  Details will be coming.  But in the meantime, there are a few other stories I’ve been thinking I want to explore – such as this relationship with the neighbours from a Husband’s point of view.

What do you think?  Might this be something you’d like to read about? 

And then today I’ve noticed I got a few nice reviews on my books on Amazon, and the nice gentleman who wrote it said he’d be interested in the very same thing.

Joe

Joe

I wanted to check with you – my lovely, loyal readers.  Interested in hearing things from a man’s point of view?  I was thinking about a story from Dominic, Nathan and Joe’s point of view?  Or Jackson?  Colin? Or maybe Mahak?  Who would you most want to hear about?

 

Would love to hear from you!!!

Anna xo

 


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Coming soon…Not one, not two but THREE new tales about your favourite Husbands and Wives!!!

Hello my lovelies!

 

I have been lax in posting!  😦  But it’s only because I’ve been busy, très busy doing what I love best.

No, no, not that – get your mind out of the gutter!  I’ve been filling the pages with more tales of your favourite neighbours!!!

Want to find out what’s going on with Jacey, Dominic and the rest, plus the new recruits?

Too bad – you’ll have to wait a bit for that!

Instead, I have three brand new stories coming soon to a Kindle near you!  You’ll be able to find out more about:

Emma – What really happened with her Mahak that night at Tia’s?

why-do-they-call-it-swingersWendy – Wendy and Jackson buy a hot tub and invite their favourite neighbours over to play

and Tia –  How well does she  really know Declan and Nathalie?  And what’ s the story about her and Joe?

Plus..

A sneak  peak of my first, non-neighbours story, Long Weekend

Excited?  I am!  More details coming soon!!!

Anna xo

 

 


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If The Wives was made into a movie…

Book3 The WivesThere’s been lots of talk about the Fifty Shades movie – who’s playing who and is it a good fit.  Now, I know not all erotic romance books should – or can – be made into movies but I thought I’d get my dream cast ready in case Hollywood ever comes calling!!!!

Here goes:

The cast of The Wives.

The friendly neighbours of Honeysuckle Court

 

Jacey Hess

Jacey Hess

Jacey – beautiful, sexy and brilliant and discovering her adventurous side with her new neighbours

 

 

Dominic Hess

Dominic Hess

Dominic – her husband – loving, tolerant and accepting of everything about Jacey

 

 

 

Tia

Tia

Tia – the queen of Honeysuckle Court and keeper of the keys

Mahak

Mahak

 

 

Melissa and Mahak – you can’t tell what they’re like by just looking at them!

Melissa

Melissa

 

 

 

 

Jackson

Jackson

Jackson and Wendy and Colin and Paige – your average neighbours?

 

Wendy

Wendy

 

 

Colin

Colin

 

 

Paige

Paige

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe

Joe

And Joe

 

What do you think of my choices?


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***The Husbands LIVE Nov.12!!!!***

November 12th!!!  The Husbands LIVE on Kindle!!!!

Jacey and Dominic head back over for another party with the neighbours but that’s not the only fun Jacey is going to have…!!!!

Mature content, intended for those 18+
Steamier, sexier with lots more action!!

Jacey and Dominic have moved into their new neighbourhood and despite her best intentions to remain aloof, Jacey has become friends with the wives on the street. But these women share a kind of friendship Jacey has to get used to – they share everything…including their husbands!!

This arrangement will provide some extra excitement, but can Jacey and Dominic’s marriage handle it when Jacey begins to get to know The Husbands?
Book2The Husbands


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Joe and Jacey

The new arrangement allows Jacey to get busy with the Husbands, but she has a soft spot for the single Joe.  Here’s how I picture Joe!sean bean

******Teaser *****

It snows Monday and I’m surprised to find Joe shoveling my front walk after I put Ben down for a nap. I slip on a pair of Dominic’s shoes and open the door.

“Hi,” I say, feeling shy.  I haven’t seen Joe since before the party on Saturday.  Before Mahak.

“Hello,” Joe replies, not stopping his shoveling.  I watch him for a moment, pushing the shovel across the snow covered sidewalk until it’s just about to hit the bank on the side.  Then with a seemingly effortless flick, he adds the snow to the pile.

“What are you doing?”

“What does it look like I’m doing?  I thought you were the smart one.”  A hint of a smile curves up the corner of his mouth and I smile in return.

“It looks like you’re being neighbourly again, shoveling my walk.”

“Looks that way.”  Joe continues to push the snow.

“Thank you.  I wasn’t looking forward to doing it.”

“I thought it might be hard for you, with Ben and all.”

“Yeah, he’s not old enough to shovel yet.  But when he is, just watch me use my child labour.”  I get a real smile at that.  “Why weren’t you at the party on Saturday?” I blurt out.

“Busy.”

“Really?” The sarcasm is a little too evident in my tone and Joe stops.

“Yes.  Contrary to popular belief, I do have a life.”

“I never said you didn’t.”

“Your husband called me.”

“Does he not think you have a life?” I ask with bewilderment.  Joe chuckles in response.

“He asked if I could come fix the shelf in your bedroom.”

“I was going to fix that,” I pout.

“Well, he asked me.  Do you not want me to?”

My sulk vanishes before it really begins as I glance at Joe’s face.  It’s inscrutable as usual, but something in his eyes makes my stomach do a slow roll.  “I think that would be fine,” I say slowly.

“Do you want me take a look at it now?”

“Sure.  Ben’s asleep…”

“I won’t wake him up.”  Without another word, he heads for the door, leaning the shovel against the wall.  I back inside, out of his way, leaving snowy footprints on the floor.

“Room still looks nice,” Joe comments as he pulls off his boots before stepping on the floor.

“It’s a nice colour,” I tell him grudgingly.  “You did a good job.”

“Which is why your husband called me.  Show me this shelf.”

I led him up the stairs, conscious of how my bum looks in my yoga pants.  Was Joe looking at it?  As I brought him into my bedroom, I was happy I made the bed this morning, but conscious of the bras I had left draped over the chair to dry.  Bright pink, baby blue and black cheetah print – they were very noticeable, but Joe didn’t say a word.

“Here,” I stood in front of the shelf on the wall.  Dominic had noticed the other night it wasn’t level and one side seemed to be sinking lower on the wall.  I had yet to place anything on the shelf, so of course I hadn’t noticed.

Joe steps around me and begins tapping on the wall.  “It’s not fastened into the stud.  The screw for this side is just floating around in there.”

“Can you fix it?”

He raises his eyebrows at me.  “You’ll have a hole.  I have to take it out, find a better spot and stick it back in.  I can patch it if you like.”

“Sure.  If it needs to be patched.”

“Look here.”  Joes moves behind me, and taps on the wall above one end, then the other.  Even I can hear the difference.  “This one is fixed into the wall stud.  This one isn’t and so it’s sliding down the wall.”

“I can see that.”  I grab the edge of the wood shelf and pull down on it, thinking it securely fastened.  It wasn’t.  Joe is right; the screw holding the one end was just floating around and when I put pressure on it, it jerks downward, leaving a ragged hole in the wall.

“What!  I didn’t mean for you to rip it out!”  He grabs the shelf at the same time I do, leaving us holding it together.  One of his hands cover mine.

“Oops,” I manage weakly.  Joe’s hand is warm and I’m conscious now of how close his body is behind me.  He makes an exasperated noise and I can feel his breath on my neck.  But he doesn’t move.

“I don’t think it’s going to fall,” I say, after we’ve stood like that for a long moment.  It’s beginning to feel awkward.  Or…something…

Joe moves the hand covering mind, but doesn’t step back.  Instead, I feel one of his hands, then both, resting on my hips.  With the gentlest of pressure, he pulls me back against him.

I don’t move a muscle.  I’m not even breathing.  Slowly, ever so slowly, Joe pushes my hair off my shoulder.  I feel the barest touch of his lips against my bare skin.

And then he’s gone.