Nan Comargue is a thirtysomething romance and erotic romance writer who has been reading romance novels all her life. She prefers sexy confident heroes who win over slightly introverted heroines (read: nerdish types) but she writes about everything from angel-warriors to cowboy ménage.
Nan blogs about her writing journey and other interesting topics (zombies!) here.
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Nan Comargue - Fresh Fiction post
What intrigues me about paranormal characters is actually their normalcy, rather than the ‘para’ bit. It seems universal that such immortal beings love, hate, are stressed and pushed to their limits, just like us, even if their loves and their limits might be more extreme than what humans are used to (which is, of course, part of the allure). Who doesn’t savour the idea of everlasting love?
Wild After Dark exclusive feature
Totally Bound speaks exclusively to Helena Maeve, Elizabeth Coldwell, Wendi Zwaduk, Aurelia T. Evans, Nan Comargue and Lucy Felthouse about Wild After Dark, our new MFM anthology featuring vampires, werewolves and the paranormal.
This collection is definitely filled with wild adventures to be had. The novellas are well paced, spicy and exciting to read. Read the stories and take a trip on the wild side be Wild After Dark...
Darker Nights was the perfect length to feed my PNR craving. Nan gave just the right amount of Delia's previous vampire encounter to reveal her lust for them. I loved how determined Mark an...
The sexual tension was like no other. Like a voyeur, I didn't want to look away. Such an explosive relationship that one spark and your Kindle will go up in flames. This is the 3rd novella from ...
This is a very steamy, hot, spicy story that I devoured in one sitting. I love a good, hot, PNR story and this is definitely that! I look forward to reading more from this author.
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