Tuesday, December 10, 2013

# Guest Blog # Post

Better Than Sex Cake -Guest Author Nancy Corrigan

It's Too Yummy Tuesday!
On select Tuesdays I'll share delicious recipes inspired by my books or those of special guest authors! Today my guest is Nancy Corrigan, author of the sizzling paranormal (shifter) book Unexpected Find. And her recipe is unexpectedly good. Toffee, caramel, and chocolate...what's not to drool over?

Also, be sure to check out the special Rafflecopter giveaway down below her juicy book excerpt!

Better Than Sex Cake

1-Devil’s Food or regular chocolate cake mix
1 can of Eagle brand® sweetened condensed milk
12 oz. jar of caramel topping
1 container of Cool Whip®
2 Heath® toffee candy bars

Ø  Bake Cake as per box in a 13x9
Ø  While hot, poke holes in cake with a straw. Pour condensed milk and caramel topping into the holes.
Ø  Grate 1 candy bar and sprinkle on cake.
Ø  Let cool.
Ø  Top with Cool Whip®
Ø  Grate and sprinkle second candy bar on top.
Ø  Eat and enjoy! J

Unexpected Find
by Nancy Corrigan

Royal Pride, Book 1
Since the murder of her best friend, Jazz is stuck in a safe but lonely way of life. She’s willing to sacrifice everything to keep her family safe from the shifter world. The sexy stranger who struts into her friend’s bar changes everything. From the first glance Jazz knows she’s sunk—their chemistry sizzles from across the room, it’ll be undeniable up close.

Rafe wants Jazz from the second he sets eyes on her. The depth of the need that swamps him every time he’s near her surprises him. It takes every last ounce of his self-control not to pounce on Jazz and make her his. Only her distrust of his shifter nature holds him back. He counts it as a win every time his beloved human gives in to their passion and takes him to her bed. But Rafe’s patience isn’t infinite and he’ll do whatever it takes, face any danger—past or present—to ensure that Jazz becomes his. Forever.

A Romantica® Paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

The butterflies in Jazz’s belly took flight. The man was a romantic. “You know, I’m starting to enjoy the odd way you talk. It makes me feel as if I walked into a world where princesses wait to be swept away by their knight in shining armor.”

Rafe grinned, the sad look replaced by amusement. Releasing her hands, he slid his around her waist. “You would make a beautiful princess.”

“Would I?”

“One to be fought for.” He twirled a lock of her hair around a finger. “What about me? Would I fill the role of your knight in shining armor?”

She smiled, completely charmed by this man. She ran her hands over his chest, luxuriated in the layers of muscle under her palms. “I don’t know if any horse would be able to carry you for long. I see you more as a warrior, a conqueror.”

“One who demands the bonny ladies as his reward after a battle?” He swept her into his arms. She gasped and grabbed his shoulders. Lust heated his eyes as he mapped her face. “Oh yes, I like this fantasy and in it I get to choose you as my booty.” He bent his head closer so his golden eyes filled her vision. “I think I might keep you, Jasmine.”

Her breath hitched. “I think you have a wild imagination.”

“Or a hopeful one.” He eased back but watched her with that focused gaze she was starting to associate with him. “I want you.”

The lust-hazed glint to his eyes told her exactly what he wanted. For once in her life, she did too—but it couldn’t happen. She had responsibilities. Spontaneity and motherhood did not mesh. The little episode in Josh’s office proved that. She would’ve been mortified if Sara walked in while they were having sex. Everyone in town would’ve known within the hour. The other playgroup moms would find out, maybe shun her or at least look at her negatively. No. Any liaisons she had would have to be planned and kept hidden.

She licked her upper lip. “I haven’t had sex in a really long time, Rafe.” She dropped her gaze and stared at his chin. “What we did tonight wasn’t like me either. I’m not like that. Easy.”

He brushed his lips over her forehead. “I know.” He set her on her feet and took her hand. “Come, let’s get you home.”

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  1. Oh wow, Nancy, this sounds divine!! Thanks so much for stopping by to share this recipe--and your giveaway!

    1. It is so very yummy!
      Thanks for having me here. :-)


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