Books by Brindle Chase

Friday, October 28, 2011

Signed Copy of Dark is the Night


Come on over to Spookapalooza over at the Romance Studios for a chance to win hundreds of books, including a signed print edition of Dark is the Night!!

* Dark is the Night is a very dark and very erotic romance.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Sunday, October 23, 2011

A Dark Embrace. Chapter Six

A Dark Embrace

Chapter Six of my ongoing paranormal erotica, A Dark Embrace, is now available for free over at Red Lipstick Journals... please drop by and leave a comment!!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Most Beautiful Women of All Time

The Most Beautiful Women of All Time

My segment continues and being as I grew up in the 70's, one of my earliest celebrity crushes was the gorgeous Olivia Newton John. Now this is pre-Grease days, when she was a country singer. I remember drooling over my older sister's album covers and the John Denver Christmas Specials where Olivia was a mainstay. Please Mr. Please was one of my favorite songs. She had/has a beautiful voice too!

I saw her in an interview recently and dear me, she is still beautiful!!!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Most Beautiful Women of All Time

The Most Beautiful Women of All Time

To continue my confession of celeb crushes I had while growing up, I'm sure ever man out there in my age range... ahem... 21ish... ahem... give or take 20-25 years... where was I? Oh yes... I know I'm not alone when I say I was profoundly... or, more honestly, erectily(is that a word?) moved by Erin Gray as Commander Wilma Deering in the TV series, Buck Rogers of the 25th Century...

Below is a shot from the most arousing memory I can recall. Its a scene where Wilma and another stunning beauty are trapped in a lava pit, which strangely, emits steam instead of smoke. Dressed in her scanty dress, soaked with sweat, I was too young to know why I was so incredibly stimulated, just that I was... I watch the scene now and yes, she's still f'ing sexy as all get out, but the lines were so corny!

Either way, Erin Gray definitely makes the hall of fame of the World's Most Beautiful (celebrity) Women of All Time.

Monday, October 17, 2011

More love for Princess Mine

Another great review for Princess Mine... getting lotsa lovin!!!

"this is a keeper and a reread for me." - The Romance Reviews

Check out the rest of the review here...

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Sexy werewolf wanted

"The scenes between Briar and Daeven are smoking hot! Their chemistry is instant and combustible." - Two Lips Reviews

Princess Mine scores big over at Two Lips Reviews... 4/5... not to shabby, eh? Check out the rest of the review here...

The scenes between Briar and Daeven are smoking hot! Their chemistry is instant and combustible.

also available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and ARe

Depth Charge away!

"a smoking hot read" - Siren Book Reviews

Kaboom!! Depth Charge scores big, 5/5 from Siren Book Reviews... check it out... also on special right now, $3.99 at Barnes & Noble for my fellow Nook users!!!

Friday, October 14, 2011

Most Beautiful Women of All Time

Part One: Jaclyn Smith

Most famous as Kelly in TV series, Charlie's Angels and her long standing clothing line with K-Mart

All women are beautiful, each standing out in her own way and I adore every single one of them. But let's talk celebrities we grew up with.

Growing up and coming of age in the late 70's into my teens in the early 80's, TV struggled with sexuality as much as I did. Like most boys, puberty was not kind to me. Acne, uncontrollable erections, squeaky voice changes and wet dreams... yada yada. But I look back today and wonder about some of the sex symbols I was ga-ga for. What was I thinking? And some... WOW!!! Here's one of my biggest childhood lusts and damn, even today, she is smoking hot.

Who was one of your biggest childhood celeb crushes?

Gothic City Lights still hauling in the love

I just love when I stumble across a review I somehow missed... or maybe I just forgot. *lol* Anywho... found this wonderful review of Gothic City Lights last year from Siren Book Reviews... check it out...

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Gothic City Lights II .. now in edits

Gothic City Lights: Helena... now officially in edits!!! Whoooo!!! hehehe. We're on track for a early Q1 release in 2012... I can't wait!

Monday, October 10, 2011

Alexander from Dark is the Night...

Bitten By Paranormal Romance
is celebrating Halloween all month long... today, Alexander from my paranormal erotic romance, Dark is the Night, is interviewed... stop by to see why Alexander isn't a sparkly, drink blood from a bag, and will stop at nothing to protect his true love...

Dark is the Night Available in paperback and ebook.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Inspiration: Helena

Meet Helena from my upcoming paranormal erotic romance, Gothic City Lights: Helena (coming q1 from Loose Id)

My muse is very visual. She's a feisty little sprite, but when she conjures the images of my heroes and heroines, I can see them plain as day in my head. But to show you is harder. They resemble aspects of people I've seen, often celebrities, but never just one. Anyway, I thought I'd share the inspirations for Helena, the heroine in my upcoming novel, Gothic City Lights: Helena...

Helena is a classic beauty. More elegant, than sexy. Confident and athletic, but feminine and glamorous too. As a warrior angel, she is a tom boy, but stays true to her girly side as well. The image I have of her is a mixture of a few celebs from yesteryear.

I can see her, a perfect blend of Jane Fonda as I remember her in the movie Barbarella, with Princess Grace Kelly.

Minus the big hair though. Then add a dash of Elizabeth Montgomery and a sprinkle of Bridget Bardot and you have Helena. I tried to find a single image that fits what I see in my head, but I couldn't.

But hey, when have muses been easy to control? *lol* Mine's untameable!

Monday, October 3, 2011

Depth Charge scores a hit...

A nice little review for Depth Charge: Maria, Maria from Katie at Bookin it reviews...

"Even though Marie and Steve are surrounded by water, they successfully start an inferno!" - Bookin' It Reviews

Check out the rest of the review here...

Saturday, October 1, 2011

A snarxy excerpt from Depth Charge

Depth Charge: Maria, Maria

"sex underwater has never been this explosive..."

(( warning: adult only content ))

From the second they surfaced, they’d been separated with different tasks. She hadn’t even been able to say good-bye or see you later. Her body was on fire from the yearning. She giggled to herself as she made her way down the deck, recalling how his jaw had practically dropped off its hinges when she’d made the first move. It was deliciously cute.

She rounded the starboard crew quarters and heard his voice.

“Christ, Jack. She’s not all that.”

There was only one “she” on board. She froze, secreting herself behind a life raft. What was he talking to Jack about?

“Have you gone blind, Chambers? That Rodriguez is a prime, Grade A, top-of-the-line piece of ass.”

“You’ve been at sea too long.”

“Come on, admit it. You can’t have been down there that long and not taken a shot at her.”

“She’s just a diver.”

“A goddamned smoking-hot diver!”

“Like I said, she’s not all that,” Steve replied icily. His tone tore at her heart, and she clutched her chest, afraid it might burst open.

“Tell me you wouldn’t bang her.” Jack cackled, clearly amused by the conversation.

“I don’t know. I guess if I were hard up.”

“Hard up? You’re crazy. Just the sight of her gets me hard.”


“Damn, Chambers. If you can’t get a piece of her, none of us got a chance at all. Give us some hope.”

“Oh, I could have her if I wanted it.”

His words were like the lashing of a whip across her face. They stung deeply. Maria lifted a fist to her mouth to cut off a sob. Her throat constricted, and her chest filled with pressure around her heart, squeezing it painfully. So she’d been nothing but a fuck all along.

“That’s my boy.”

“She’s just another diver. Don’t think about her that way. Women just lead to trouble.”

Jack bellowed in laughter. Trouble? Oh, she could be trouble all right. The pain in her chest met the incoming infusion of rage, and her chest heaved, her blood boiled.

Watch the fuck out, Steve Chambers; here comes trouble.

“Well, I’d sure love to—” Jack didn’t finish his sentence as Maria rounded the corner. The old sailor shifted his beady-eyed stare her way. He practically withered under her glare. Sniffing the air, she turned her lethal gaze on Steve.

His mouth spread into a smile that slowly faded into a grimace.

“Have you seen Weaver?” she asked coldly.

“Ummm, no. I haven’t,” Steve answered, and then his eyes narrowed on her. “Is something wrong?”

“Nothing’s wrong, Steve.” She flashed him a blatantly fake smile, then resumed her arctic glare. “Weaver and I have shore leave together, and he said he’d take me out for drinks.” At least it wasn’t a lie. Weaver had asked her out, and they did have the same shore leave next week. Steve didn’t need to know she’d shot Weaver’s invitation down.

Jack’s jaw dropped open, and Steve’s face went ashen white. Every chiseled feature set firm and rigid, shrouding any emotion. Not willing to sacrifice a single ounce more of the dignity he had stolen from her, she lifted her chin and wished her eyes could shoot daggers.

“I haven’t seen him,” Steve said. His voice was gruff like sandpaper. His arms folded across his powerful chest, and his gaze was positively gruesome.

“Well, if the skipper needs me, I’ll be in my room.” She turned quickly. The tears she’d been holding back were clawing at her throat, and she refused to let him see her cry.


“Yes, Steve?” She whipped her head back, glaring at him over her shoulder.

“Are you sure everything’s okay?” He looked confused, concerned. Concerned! Probably sad because he’d just lost access to the best piece of ass he’d ever have in his life, and he knew it.

She arched her upper lip, and then managed another completely obvious phony smile. “I’m fine. Don’t worry about me. I wouldn’t want to be any trouble.”


She turned back and walked away, wishing she weren’t barefoot and could stomp loudly. If she stayed there another second, she’d break down, and the last thing she could afford to show him now was that she cared for him. He owned a chunk of her heart, but he’d punted it away like it was a football.

She was near blind with tears by the time she got to her room. More like a closet. She yanked open the steel hatch and slammed it behind her—and just in time. The sobs came, choking her, and she curled into a ball on her cramped little bed. the rest at Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Loose Id...

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