Check out her blog post, “Awards & Sexy Shoes” and read about her hilarious impromptu acceptance speech.
In the meantime, when she’s not busy winning awards, Tami Lund writes contemporary and paranormal romance – usually with a dose of suspense. She also likes to writes series, because she falls in love with her characters and has a hard time letting them go, even after they find their happily ever after. Take a look at her contemporary reads…
The Tough Love Series is about men and women working in tough careers who sometimes need a little help finding their happily ever after.
Naked Truth – An FBI agent goes undercover as an exotic dancer (think Magic Mike) to catch a killer, while embarking on an affair with a gun-shy nurse. The trouble really heats up when his case puts her life in danger.
Undercover Heat – Two FBI agents go undercover as husband and wife, and are unable to resist taking advantage of the physical aspects of their “fake” relationship.
Delicious Deception – Connor Rikeland is a chef without a restaurant, until he stumbles into Emily Kate Beaudreax’s Cajun restaurant. When he sweet talks his way into her bed, he incurs the wrath of her brother, Jack (the hero from Naked Truth). Yes, danger and hilarity ensue!
If all three appeal to you, grab the boxed set for less than a buck!
If you can’t get enough romance, Naked Truth, Undercover Heat, and Delicious Deception are all available in numerous boxed sets, along with similar books by other authors. Find your next (second) favorite author in one of the sets on Tami’s AMAZON PAGE.
And if sexy, FUNNY, contemporary romance is your thing, this sexy bad book released in February, 2017. Here’s what it’s about:
What happens when your neighbor hires you a stripper?
It starts one hell of a prank war. A war that involves goats, phallic chandeliers, stolen kisses in the rain, strawgasms, and eating out on the kitchen counter.
A war that could damn well involve two hearts and a plan. Her plan doesn’t involve falling in love. His life doesn’t involve plans.
This could be a problem.
Once upon a time Garrett Frost, bad boy of professional golf, found out he had a two-year-old daughter.
Okay, okay, it wasn’t that long ago. His escapades are still in the media, and his sponsors are all in a tail spin, but his daughter sure is cute.
That’s where I come in. I’m his nanny. The kid’s nanny. Of course, I’m not his. He’s older, my employer, totally off limits. And I can’t forget that, even if he makes me want to fall for him with every lingering gaze, each secret touch.
He’s trying so hard to reform his professional image and be the father his daughter deserves. If anyone knew he was screwing his nanny it’d be all over the media, ruining his sponsorships, and affecting his relationship with his daughter. Or worse, convincing everyone we could be a family.
But Garrett Frost’s family is the game and his daughter. There’s no room for me. So why does it feel like I’ve finally found my forever?
Released June 6, 2017 – Grab it HERE
There’s also Candy Crush, a standalone romantic suspense about a guy, a girl, a jinxed candy store – and don’t forget the dog named Butter.
Brandon Santiago wants the new owner of the candy store in his bed, but Gabriella Hadley isn’t a notch on the bedpost kind of girl. While these two work through their sexual tension, strange things keep happening at the candy store. Gabriella doesn’t believe in jinxes, which means there’s something else going on…
Here’s a sweet New Adult Romance about a girl who had to find herself before she could find true love (my very first published novel!):
And last, but not least, a short, sexy read:
Love Gumbo – Thanks to a dog named Gumbo, an out of work chef meets his hot new neighbor – and finds out she’s about to open a new restaurant.
Is your iPhone or other Apple device your e-reader? All books are available as iBooks!
Or if you prefer your Kindle, they’re all available that way, too.
Follow her Amazon author page, so you receive an alert when she releases a new book!
On Amazon UK as well.
And on Barnes and Noble, for your Nook.
Oh, and don’t forget Kobo.