Monday, March 16, 2009


1930s Hollywood. Pre-code. Prohibition. Gangsters. Speakeasies. Starlet.

My new short story from Ravenous, Starlet, is set in 1932 Hollywood. There is no Hayes Production code, alcohol is illegal, gangsters are prevelant. And the sex is hot.

Grant Hayden can have any dame he damn well desires. The instant Collette Morel, the newest starlet at Warrick Studios, appears in his speakeasy, he's captivated. When she approaches him, it isn't long before they make tracks for a
more private venue. The sex is hot, intoxicating, made all the better by the instant heat between them.

Tired of the same-old same-old to be found on the Hollywood lots, Collette Morel hit the speakeasy in search of someone new. Someone who could make her blood heat. She found Grant, and wanted to know what it was like to be the gangster's moll for just one night.

What she found was more than a single night could hold. But will anything develop from it?

1 comment:

Susan Macatee said...

Wow! Sounds intriquing, Isabel!

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