Monday, December 26, 2011

Angel Flight

This holiday season, whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa, and you live in the United States, take a moment, a quiet reflective moment, and say a prayer for the families of those who have given us the most precious gift of all.

Freedom. A simple word, yet its meaning is deep and important. Remember how we got that freedom, who makes sure we maintain it. No, not politicians, but the everyday men and women, the average Joe, who do their job, put their lives on the line and leave behind loved ones. Remember them, please. Remember the service men and women. Remember their families.

For those of you who have read Spliced and it touched you deeply, please, watch this video, feel its meaning and then say that prayer for those Hero's and their families.

Click on link below

Angel Flight

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Wonderful Reviews Coming in for Spliced

Please, forgive my excitement, but I have some wonderful reviews coming in for Spliced from readers I'd like to share.

I absolutely LOVE this book. It is a well-written, heart-wrenching romance with deep, believable characters. Ms. Miller weaves together descriptive, emotional scenes of war, loss, and grieving with scorching hot bedroom scenes between a protective, heroic alpha male and a strong, courageous heroine. Ms. Miller captured my attention and stole my heart by thoroughly grounding the characters in a wartime back-story and following Ridge and Avery through the military's honorific funeral ceremonies. As these characters suffered the loss of their friend and brother, I found myself emotionally invested in the story, crying at the thought of losing a loved one and appreciating the sacrifice that men and women in uniform so willingly give. As both stubborn, misguided, three-dimensional characters come to terms with their relationship, Ms. Miller gives the reader a hard-bodied, war-battered soldier with hidden sensitivities, a hot cop who incites jealousy in our soldier boy (hope this isn't the last we see of Stone), and a curvy leading lady who keeps her man coming back for more...and more! I'll definitely be reading this one again and looking forward to Ms. Miller's next romance. Now, if I could only find myself a soldier... :)

The fact that the reader took the time to leave this review means so much to me. Sometimes, you aren't sure how your work is being received and in this economy you want to give a reader a story they won't regret spending their hard earned money on.

Put it this way, by page 25 I am bawling like a baby. By page 33 I have a smile on my face because you know its about to HOT. And bam! Next thing I know I'm on here giving the book 5 stars and I am still in the process of reading it! Its just that good. Ok I'm back! I just finished the book. Could not put it away. Thank you Robin for a very long night. This book is worth of the 5 star rating. The emotion and realism captured within these pages are worth every penny. Just make sure you have a box of tissue next to you! You will need them. That or my pms is just making me very emotional lol

Seeing comments like these made all the research and time spent writting this story worth it. The two reviews above gave me 5 star ratings. You can read more reviews at here

The next reviewer gave a 3 1/2 star rating at GoodReads, but I understand her opinion and respect it.

This has been another really hard review for me.

I am a fan of Robin Leigh Millers writing style. Her writing is sexy as hell and even dirty in enjoyable doses.

In Spliced, I was completely gobsmacked by the first half of the book. It starts off with Avery loosing her twin brother while fighting in Afghanistan. But the pain doesn't stop there - you are taken on the extremely emotional journey of her brothers final trip home. Every single little detail had my heart bleeding for Avery.

"It was our honor to bring your brother home, Miss Easton."

It was heart wrenching, absolutely, undeniably, upsetting and to explain just how emotional it was - I cried. I gawd damn cried! I far-king CRIED!!! I do not cry in books people. And let me tell you another thing, if my husband wasn't in the same room as me for the majority of the first half of the book I would have bawled like a baby.

Not only did Avery loose her brother, but his best friend was there when he died. Which brings in the love interest - Ridge.

I felt like their reunion was going to be all kinds or sweet and romantic and it sure as hell was sexy. Their first sexual encounter had me smiling. They played a little bit of 'hard to get' which I really enjoyed.

"I guess you don't want to come - that's okay. I'll just lick all that cream away on your thighs while I jerk off and then I'll leave. That's what you want, isn't it, for me to get the hell out of here?"

The playful fighting was the start. But it continued throughout the book and made the love between them a little less convincing by the end IMO.

Even now I am still wondering if it would have been better for her to go for the second love interest - Stone. Now Stone was a sweetie. He was so damn kind, hung like a horse too - which always comes in handy (no pun intended.

So as a quick round up of my thoughts - I lOVED the first half, 4 out of 5 stars, but the ending didn't hit me as hard as the start and I would give it a 3 out of 5.

Still a great book, well written and damn saucy

After exchanging a few emails with the reviewer, she explained to me that the tension filled relationship between Ridge and Avery wasn't something she was accustomed to. I get that. Sincerely, I do. Not all relationships are smooth and easy going. Those of us who are fortunate to have a partner that makes us laugh and is easy to communicate with are lucky.

Ridge and Avery's romantic relationship blooms from tragidy, throw in a lot of self doubt on Ridge's part and Avery's unwavering commitment to the man she loves and tension builds. Sometimes we have to travel down extremely rocky roads to reach the prize at the end, and in this story, that is what I wanted them to do.

I greatly appreciate the reviewers opinion, but as any writer will tell you, you can't please everybody.

So, I hope you will give Spliced a chance and experience Ridge and Avery's budding romance for yourself.

Below are links where Spliced can be purchased.

Ellora's Cave (Prefered Link to buy from)

All Romance eBooks


Remember, leaving a detailed or even brief comment for an author's work never goes unappreciated.

Stay tuned.....I have a release coming in January for the new Men's Line at Ellora's Cave.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

.99 Books

Great news! Six of my books are on sale for .99 at Ellora's Cave.

Black Smoke
Boomer's Fall
Ricochets Rogue
Force of Nature
Running Blind

If you haven't read any of my work, this is a great chance to try it. Treat yourself to a holiday gift.
Ellora's Cave Robin Leigh Miller

Don't forget Spliced is now available.

When Cale Easton is struck down on the battlefield, his twin connection to his sister Avery is severed. Avery desperately reaches out mentally to find her brother only to have her dangling bond spliced together with Cale's best friend Ridge Gates. Being privy to his inner thoughts and feelings leaves Avery confused, yet still in love with the man whose held her heart for ten years.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Available Today! Spliced

I'm so excited. Today is the release of my first full length novel in a few years. I would be ever so appreciative if you would check it out.

Here's a sneak peek.

“I was so scared,” she said, pushing away from him.

Ridge kept his arms clamped around her, refusing to let her go. Eventually the fight drained away and she sagged against him.

“You were both hurt. I couldn’t talk to either one of you. I’ve never felt so alone in my life.”

Why hadn’t he thought of this? He’d always seen her as so strong and independent. He hadn’t realized how much she needed her brother. Could he have been a bigger ass?

“I was so scared I would lose both of you,” she said, lifting her head and looking into his eyes. “If I’d lost you both, I don’t how I’d have survive.”

“Avery.” Her name was all he could manage. There was a pleading in her eyes that he didn’t understand, but he wanted so badly to do whatever it was she needed.

She smoothed her palms up his chest. “I’ve drifted through the last few days detached and empty.”

That he understood, along with the heat that spread throughout his system from her touch. He wanted to groan from her caress, a pleasure he didn’t deserve.

“I don’t want to feel empty anymore.” Her fingers slipped the top button of his shirt free. “I need to feel alive.” The next two buttons were quickly released.

“Avery,” he whispered, shaking his head and helpless to stop her. He couldn’t allow this. It wouldn’t be right. He didn’t have anything to offer her.

“No more talking. No more hurt right now.”

Ridge sucked in a deep breath as her warm hands pressed against his bare chest and pushed his shirt off his shoulders. He needed to stop this before it got out of hand. She didn’t really want him. She just wanted solace and he was the only one available to give it to her.

“Stop thinking,” she told him softly as she unlatched his belt.

This was what he’d dreamed of for so many years, what got him through those nights in Afghanistan. Thinking about Avery’s soft body and how mind-blowing it would be having her under him, and she was offering up that dream. Everything he’d ever wanted was right here in front of him and he’d be a bastard for taking it, or a bastard for refusing.

Avery looked at him. “Pretend I’m someone else if you have to. Just give me this.”

A single tear trickled from her eye, spilled down her cheek and erased every doubt he had about taking what she offered. Pretend? Dear God. He’d never have to pretend she was someone else.

Grasping the back of her neck, he let his gaze settle on her plump lips and lowered his head. All those years of wondering what she’d taste like, how sensuous her silky lips would be against his, and he was about to find out.

“No pretending.” He whispered the promise and then touched her lips with his.

Just a brush. He didn’t want to scare her, or push her any faster than she was willing to go in her fragile state. With featherlight kisses he touched each corner of her mouth, lingered over her lips and tried to commit her softness to memory. If she changed her mind he wanted her to think she could pull back. God help him, he hoped like hell she didn’t change her mind.

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Thank you for all your support.

Friday, November 18, 2011

New Release Spliced

Coming December 9, 2011

For ten years Avery Easton has quietly lusted after her twin brother’s best friend, Ridge Gates. When the cruel, cold hand of fate takes her brother’s life, Avery and Ridge turn to each other in grief and share a night of ecstasy. But mind-blowing sex with the man of her dreams can’t push away the reality of her life.

Violent and terrifying events have followed her brother’s body home and introduced Avery to another man who is willing to give her everything she needs. And then there’s the secret she harbors that could tear her and Ridge apart, yet keep them permanently connected for the rest of their lives.

A promise on the battlefield leads Ridge straight into the arms of the woman he knows he has no business being with, but can’t stay away from. If Ridge fails to come to terms with his broken body and Avery’s revelations, he could lose her forever—if not to another man, then to the violence that brought them together.

As soon as I have a buy link I'll post it so you can pop right on over on release day.

For now you can read an excerpt here

Friday, October 28, 2011

New stories coming your way!

Great news!!! I'm so excited! After some changes that left me terrified for a while, I have a new editor and she offered me two, count them TWO contracts. One for the Ellora's Cave Moderne line and one for a new line they are preparing to put out!

I'll admit, I lost a few nights sleep over the changes. Self doubt crept in, took root and bloomed. But, things worked out and I have two stories that are contracted.

At this point the titles are Spliced and Less talk, More Action. Not sure if they'll be changed or not.

I'll be posting publish dates and all important details when I can.

Stay tuned.......

Monday, October 10, 2011

Tempest's Gift in Audio

I finished proofing Tempest's Gift in audio. I have to admit, I've never listened to an audio book before. I prefer reading rather than listening, so this was a new experience for me. It was strange hearing my words read back to me. Hearing someone else's interpretation of my story. The small inflections in sentences, words and of course how the reader creates the character's voices.

Yes, it was strange and I'm not sure I'll be buying any audio books for a while. I much prefer reading and letting the story take life in my imagination. Don't get me wrong, the reader did a wonderful job and maybe if I'd listened to someone else's book first, I might have a different opinion. It took some time to work up the courage to begin listening, but after I got past the first chapter, it went smoothly. Still, nothing beats reading a book for yourself.

When I find out the release date, I'll post it along with the link.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

WHere has my muse gone?

I've been struggling to write lately. It seems my muse has taken a vacation or gone on strike. Don't get me wrong, words come, but not with the passion that usually accompanies it. The other day I wrote just over 4000 words. The next day I read them and hit the delete button. Frustrating, you bet your sweet little butt.

Last night I was sitting starring blindly at the television waiting for my son to call and pick him up from the football game, and it hit me why I've been struggling so fiercely. I'm not being stimulated, or should I say my brain isn't being stimulated. I always let my husband pick what we watch in the evenings because I don't much care for most of the shows these days.

So, we watch Pawn Stars, American Pickers, some restoration show and anything else on History. Don't get me wrong, those are great shows, but day after day they become, well, boring. I need action, fear, thriller, something to get the juices flowing. Nothing has stirred the imagination in a while.

Well, I'm taking care of all that. I have a nice action movie lined up for tonight and October is prime television for me with all the horror and paranormal shows on. Hopefully, this will stimulate and charge the muse for a while.

In the mean time I'm planning a combination birthday and Halloween party for my daughter. I don't do parties well, but I'm trying my best to make it a memorable one for her. Can't wait to see all the little one's dressed up!

Okay, I'm off to overload the brain with gore, fright and hopefully ideas.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Flood of 2011

First off I'd like to say thank you to those who reached out and gave good thought vibes for me and my family this past week. My appreciation is undying.

My community suffered the worst flooding it's seen since 1972 and this years fall flooding was worse. Central Pennsylvania was hit by the tropical storm Lee and received 10 inches of rain in three days. The rivers, creeks and saturated ground from an extremely wet summer simply couldn't handle the amount of water. Our rivers and creeks overflowed and wreaked havoc on roads, bridges and homes.

Thankfully, my family and I escaped with no damage, simply lost our phones, cell phones and Internet, a minor inconvenience compared to the people only a few miles away from us. So many homes lost, and when I say lost I mean gone, nothing left. Roads were demolished. A 40+ stretch of main road vital to our community has been wiped out. People are stranded, isolated, unable to get help. A few fires broke out, unfortunately, fire departments couldn't get to them. People had to be air lifted out by the National Guard.

I ask that you keep these families in your thoughts, prayers or whatever it is you do to ask for help. The restaurant my son worked at, and yes I say worked, is a pile of worthless rubbish. Needless to say, he needs another job.

Again, I say thank you to those who reached out to us. To know people worried is heart warming.

Hopefully, over the weeks and months to come peoples lives will settle and come together again and I will be donating and volunteering to do all I can to help those who weren't as fortunate as I.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Erotic VS Soft Porn

Recently many people I know, mostly men, have been inquiring about exactly what it is I write. I explain it to them very simply. I write paranormal, contemporary and thriller romance stories. It seems simple enough to me, and when I tell women this, they get it. But, here's the difference between men and women. Women know what romance involves, a serious plot, two main characters (male and female) an antagonist and of course, some hot, sweaty, down and dirty romance. Yes, SEX! Very simple.

Well, its come to my attention that men see this a different way. They hear romance, or the word erotic and their minds directly divert to "soft porn". They don't seem to realize that between page one and oh, let's say page three-hundred, there is a story. An actual story and mixed in is some conflict between the main characters and yes, sexual tension as well. Building that sexual tension is key. Having two people get down and dirty together that have just met, well, okay, you could maybe, a little bit see that as soft porn. But, that isn't what I call romance.

Nay, nay. Romance takes a relationship, getting to know one another and hell, surviving a lunatic that has his sights set on one of them. Two people who never met can be thrown together in the midst of crisis, fight, hate and then learn about each other and end up in the horizontal, boot knocking position, but it takes events and a real imagination grabbing story to get them there. This is my definition of romance.

A friend of mine recently told me he described my books to another friend of his as soft porn. I shrug it off because, well, they're men. Yes, the male mind deciphers things differently than a woman's. Fact of life, suck it and deal with it. The funny part about it is, using the term soft porn seems to generate more interest for them than romance. Go figure. If it results in sales, they can call it anything they like. And, if they enjoy it, YIPEE! A win - win for me.

And that's where my hypocritical side comes in. If a woman describes my book as porn, I take offense. Mostly because they haven't read any of my books yet. They see erotic or romance mixed in and without turning one page or reading one word they have labeled it as something dirty and disgusting. Women should know better. Am I right? I mean, come on. As mothers we teach our kids not to judge something before we find out for ourselves what it is, is it harmful or are people jealous therefor talking smack.

My opinion, women who berate and slam something either are hiding their closet love of erotic romance novels, or have been taught that their bodies are dirty and sinful. If that's the case, I feel for them because they are missing out on a great gift given the human race. Sorry, didn't mean to go on a rant there.

In short, words mean different things to the different genders. Yes, I have had men read some of my books and they don't seem to get hung up on the sex scenes, they devour the action in it. It it takes using the word "porn" to get them to open the book, so be it. If the books good enough, they quickly realize there isn't as much sex in it as they thought and get lost in the actual story.

That's my take on the two different definitions of what I write.
What's yours?

Sunday, August 28, 2011

A Little Pirate Action on the Way!

A brand spanking new print book is now available at Ellora's Cave.
Two, count them TWO modern day pirate stories in one book.
Landlocked by the talented Cindy Jacks and my humble story Marauder.

I read Landlocked and let me tell you it is one hot story.A woman's heart knows what it wants and in this story, it wants the hot, sexy pirate Brett Logan. Get ready ladies, he's one scrumptious morsel.

Grab a copy and get ready for some steamy action.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Did You Feel That?

What an interesting day. I felt my very first earthquake this afternoon. A very freaky sensation to say the least. Since I've never experienced an earthquake before I had no idea what it was. My husband at first thought it was the gas companies doing mapping in our area. They have large trucks that pound the ground to find the natural gas pockets beneath the earth. Que the news! Earthquake hits Virgina and is felt all the way into Toronto.

After absorbing the information, I found it rather exciting. I do like to experience new things. Don't care to do it again, but still, it was kinda cool. I do hope everyone in Virginia is well. I'm sure those on the West Coast are laughing at our reaction, but since we don't have building codes for earthquakes, because we don't get them, I believe we have the right to be anxious. I know in my area buildings are old and wouldn't stand a more powerful quake.

Anyway, It was interesting.

A side note, I have exciting news but don't know when I'll be able to share it, so stay tuned.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Proud Mom Post

As our racing season begins to come to the end, our kid is stepping up his game. Over the last month he's been improving at a rapid pace. Last night he was two laps shy of winning his first feature win. With the drop of the green flag, Nathan jumped into the lead and held his position for 18 laps. As each lap ticked off, the dust got thicker in the air and with that comes visibility issues. Two laps to go he came out of the second turn and couldn't see where he was. Unfortunately, he was too high on the track and went off the back stretch cutting a tire and finishing his night.

Was he upset? Not really. He made a statement last night and showed his fellow drivers he's serious about his racing. The kid opened a lot of eyes and received cheers from the crowd. He's still learning and with each race comes a new lesson. Last night was one of them. His win will come and it will taste so much sweeter when it does.

On a another note, our second car driven by a good friend of ours did WIN! The 02 started in the rear of the field and came up to second as the two lap signal was given. It looked like we'd have a one - two finish, but things happen and the 02 brought home the win.

All in all a great night for the Miller Racing crew. We all had fun and that's why we're in the sport.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Interesting New Blog

Hey, hey everyone. I found an interesting new blog some of you may like to give a try.

Only two posts so far, but wow! If you're interested in some free erotic reading pop on over and check it out. It is very adult and very explicit language so if you're not into that, move along. Nothing for you to see here.

If you are into erotic writing, this may be for you. I see to, that if you have an interest in some of the "gadgets" featured in the stories there is a link you can go to and find them.

Just found this interesting and wanted to share. Gotta help out a fellow writer and blogger right?!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Borders to liquidate and close down.

A sad time. I hate to hear about any book stores closing. Technology is wonderful, but in my opinion books, real paper, ink and glorious covers will never go out of style. Don't get me wrong, I own a reader and download books all the time, but I do have some fav author's that I like to purchase in paperback.

So, when I heard the only book store in thirty miles of my home was going to go out of business, it broke my heart. I love that store. My mother and I go from time to time to have coffee and then browse through the shelves. My kids love to go with me to see what they can find and I always thought of it as a haven. Some place I could go and lose myself for a while. I love standing in front of the metaphysical section and drinking in all the titles.

I have to say, this is kind of like having an old friend move across the country. I understand some of the stores did little business, but our Borders was always busy. Like I said, the only book store for thirty miles. On weekends they had six cashiers working non-stop. Sighhhh, I hope another chain sees fit to take pity on our community and bring our beloved books back to the shelves.

I had always hoped to have signing in that store one day, some dreams are never meant to be realized I suppose.

As for the employee's, I wish them luck in finding another job. Our store had great people who knew what they carried and if they weren't sure didn't hesitate to get help or find what I wanted.

The debate over digital and print will rage for a while to come I suppose. In my world there is room for both. Sadly, my children's school isn't on the ebook bandwagon yet. They have a program called accelerated reading, where the kids are required to read and take a test on so many books a year, on their own time. Teachers don't allow them to read ebooks. So, the piddly library is now their only means to finding a book.

I know, order one you say. Keep in mind not everyone will read whatever you put in front of them. My kids have particular tastes and will not read unless it completely interests them. I have visions of hours spent on the computer hoping to find a book that will keep their attention. Again, sighhhhhhh.

How do you feel about the loss of book stores? Do you prefer digital reading, print, or both?

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Great Deals on Books!

Spread the word! All Romance eBooks has some outstanding deals on my books. Never read my work before? Here's your chance. Go to: (Sorry, I tried to link it, but for some reason it didn't want to work) Get some hot summer reads and tell your friends.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Back to it!

I hope all my American friends had a Great and Safe Independence Day! I spent the day with family and friends and we had a wonderful picnic. Today though is back to work. I need to knock out another chapter on my latest WIP. Not much writing happening with the kids home from school and I've developed chronic headaches. I believe because my story keeps rattling around inside my head and can't get out. Or, it could be the hundred other things going on in my life. I don't know.

Anyway, today I NEED to write at least one chapter to keep myself on schedule. So, I hope you all have a great rest of the week and find a yummy summer read to keep you steamy.

Later All!

Monday, June 27, 2011

Cover Contest Results and Mini Review of Return to Delight

Okay, so last month I was pushing everyone over to cover cafe to vote for 2010 book covers. Tempest's Gift was a finalist. Today the results were posted and Tempest came in 7. Am I disappointed. Yep, but more so for the awesome cover designer Reese Dante. She had two covers up. Fallen came in 5 and Tempest 7. I was really hoping she picked up first for one of them. What talent. Not to worry. Reese has won many contests with her designs and will continue to with her unique eye. I love ya Reese.

Today I was starving for a quick read and Black Raven reviews posted a recommended read for fellow author Regina Carlysle. The book. Return to Delight. So, I popped on over to Ellora's Cave and downloaded it for a piddly 4.95.

Here's what I thought about this story.


This scrumptious Texan tale is loaded with scorching sex scenes and love that never died over time. Cooper loved Harely so completely that he was willing to put his heart on the line and risk breaking it into a zillion pieces to try to win her love. And, when all hope looked lost he gave it one last ditch effort. What woman could walk away from a sexy rancher willing to risk it all for her? I sure as hell couldn't.

If you want a great quick read that will curl your toes check out Regina Carlysle's Return to Delight here Regina assures me we'll be hearing more from the men of Delight, Texas. And boy, I can't wait.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Interview at Riverina Romances

Check out my interview up at Riverina Romances . This a great blog run by some fun ladies. Check it out. They have give aways, do reviews, interviews and guest blogs.

Buy Marauder here

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

New project and tiny review of Larissa Ione's Eternal Rider

Hey all! Hope your summer is going well. My kids have been out of school for two weeks now and today I got to sit down and write a new chapter in my newest project. I've struggling to come up with strong characters and strong plot lately. Nothing I jot down seems to do if for me and then last night it hit me. I'm doing it backwards. What I mean is, I was trying to center my story around a male alpha when what I do best is write about a strong female alpha.

Everyone has their own way of writing, their own voice and style. Mine seems to work best when I center the plot around my female character and not the male. Sure, I like alpha males, but I NEED my female to just as strong. Once I got my head wrapped around that simple fact, the story came together. I plotted it out last night, spent most of my morning working the story in my head and then this afternoon sat down and wrote the first chapter.

I'm liking it so far. Tasha, that's my alpha female, is strong, not afraid of who she is and doesn't take crap off anyone. She doesn't apologize to anyone for who she is. If you like her, great. If you don't, your loss. Tasha likes riding her father's old motorcycle and loves leather. Her job, she's a body guard.

There, I gave you a taste of my latest WIP. I'm eager to get it written because I'm loving my characters and where they're headed in the story. I do so love it when a plot comes together.

I have some other projects in the works for this summer, but I'll keep those to myself for now. I'm superstitious and speaking of them first before I get them underway is a jinx. It'll probably take a while to get them underway.

So, the other day I read the first book in Larissa Ione's new series Lords of Deliverance. Eternal Rider. I loved it. Ten stars all the way. I love this woman and wish I had the talent she has in her pinky. If you want a good read that's different, loaded with hot characters and different story line, check out Eternal Rider. I promise, you won't be disappointed.

How could you not want to read about the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Action, hot romance and characters that return for a visit from her past books. I can't wait for the next story. Larissa is quickly becoming my favorite author.

Okay, that's about it for me tonight. My brain's fried and needs a rest so I can hit the new WIP hard tomorrow. That is if my kid's don't have me running like a mad woman around the country side.

Have a great rest of the week everyone and enjoy your weekend.

Happy reading..........

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Riverina Romantics: REVIEW: Marauder by Robin Leigh Miller

Riverina Romantics: REVIEW: Marauder by Robin Leigh Miller

This review rocks!

On the heels of a rejection I found this review. Needless to say it buffered the quick, stabbing, temporary pain of having a story turned down by a publisher.

Never fear! I will be overhauling the story that has been rejected and sending it out once again.

Monday, June 13, 2011

New Print Book Available!

I'm so excited!!! I have yet another book in print and it has an awesome, brand spanking new cover! It's sexy, hot and intriguing. (in my humble opinion) At the moment is only available at Amazon. Force of Nature (9781419964626): Robin Leigh Miller: Books

That makes 3 print books in my library. I know, maybe I'll hold a contest to celebrate! Keep checking back for details.

Here are some reviews for Force of Nature that may help you decide if you'd like to spend your hard earned money on one of my stories!

Force of Nature is a suspenseful story.....The plot line is exciting and a real page turner. Ms. Miller does a wonderful job keeping her readers involved in the plot............. Coffee Time Romance

Ms. Miller has done a wonderful job of bringing hope, love and sensual romance to life through the contagious characters of Markey and Trip. Force of Nature is a story that encompassed certain aspects and feelings of real life leaving this reviewer captivated with its magic. This is definitely one you won't want to miss!...Love Romaces and More

I enjoyed reading Robin Leigh Miller's Force of Nature. The plot was unique, the characters were strong, and their romance was sweet yet very sensual at times...............Romance Reader at Heart

Force of Nature is an emotion-packed and somewhat heart wrenching tale...Ms. Miller pens a story rife with enotiona and originality.......Romance Junkies

I can't recommend this story enough for those who enjoy a well thought out tale that is written in a way that stimulates your imagination but also captures your soul. I hope this is only the beginning for Ms.Miller because she is definitely a force to be reckoned with in the paranormal genre.....Fallen Angel Reveiws

Force of Nature was a thrilling read that had me wanting to know what would happen next..........Night Owl Romance

Force of Nature is a story that will leave readers feeling like they have been on a journey with the characters and gained a great insight into humanity and the power of love.........REVEIWERS CHOICE AWARD for October...Two Lips Reviews

Monday, May 23, 2011

Cyber Launch Party! Today Only! Free Book up for grabs.

Hey All. Got a cyber launch party going on today at Head on over and see how you could win a free paperback of Elemental Challenges.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Terror Strikes!!

Ever been so scared, so out of your mind terrified that you swear your heart will explode inside your chest and it takes days for the fear to subside?

Yeah, that happened to me recently.

As a mother, your children's safety is always foremost in your mind. You live, breathe and sleep their safety. And when they go to sleep you finally take an easy breath knowing all is well for at least eight hours. That is unless you're the parent of a sleepwalker.

I have three children and all are or have been sleepwalkers to some degree. My oldest seems to have outgrown it, my middle child as well. That leaves my youngest. She is constantly getting up during the night and doing something. Mostly it's all harmless. She gets a spoon or fork and takes it back to her room, or even grabs something out of the pantry and squirrels it away in her room. Sometimes she simply comes out and chatters to us, or we find her bedding laying around the house in the morning. All fairly harmless and things that don't cause me much panic.

That is until last night.

We had a late night at the race track Friday where my oldest son races and then had to be up early in the morning for my daughters soccer game Saturday. Needless to say she was exhausted come Saturday night. So, she fell asleep on the couch at 8:30 in the evening and let her lay there.

At 11:00 pm, my husband went to pick up my oldest from his job. He wasn't gone 15 min. when my daughter sat up on the couch, shouted, jumped up and ran to the door. Now, the door was locked but she managed to open it in seconds, jerked it open and went running out into the night screaming at the top of her lungs.

I couldn't seem to move fast enough and as I'm running out the door all these horrible thoughts are racing through my head. What if she runs into the road? What if she makes it across the road? It was so dark would I be able to see her, find her?

She did head for the road, but made a quick turn and ran into our driveway where our car stopped her and she screamed so loud and looked so scared. All I could do is wrap my arms around her and hold her as she fought me.

If you've never dealt with a sleepwalker, let me fill you in on a few things. They are stronger and quicker than when they are awake. At least my kids are. She fought me for a while so I tightened my hold and murmured to her until suddenly stopped, looked up at me and asked what was going on?

Well, I got her back in the house, sat her down and held her a while longer until I was sure I wouldn't fall apart. Minutes later my son and husband came home. Again, thoughts started running through my head. What if they'd pulled into our driveway while she was running around? She could have been hit. So, I start shaking harder.

Sleep didn't come easily for me that night. And today, we went and bought deadbolts for our doors to make it harder for her to get out. I'm not sure this will solve much because sleepwalkers don't have a problem maneuvering as if they're awake. We'll see though.

Anyway, I'm still experiencing some anxiety over it today. I've had a lot of things happen to me through my life, but this, this was plain terror seeing my child out of control in such a way. I'm not one to wish my life by, but I will be relieved when she out grows this and maybe I'll be able to sleep through the night once again.

So, that was my stark terror episode that I don't care to ever repeat.

What about you? What was your terrifying experience?

Recommended Read from Black Raven Reviews

Marauder brings in another great review.

BlackRaven Reviews says: Two words for Marauder by Robin Leigh Miller is unusual and phenomenal. Robin Leigh Miller has always been a favorite of mine and once again she has surpassed my expectations. I fell in love with Priscilla and her determination to survive while protecting her clan was remarkable.

I highly recommended Marauder because Robin Leigh Miller has another hit on her hands. In addition, Ms. Miller is an author with talent that surprises you with every storyline her clever mind creates. I absolutely loved Marauder.

For the complete review please go to their website.

Purchase Marauder

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Marauder Top Pick at Night Owl Reviews

Reviews are hard to come by these days, for me anyway. With thousands and thousands of writers looking for reviews, the reviews sites are over loaded. So when I get one I take the reviewers words to heart.

Yesterday I received a review for Marauder, my latest release, from Night Owl Reviews. One of the more respected review sites. They gave me a glowing review 4.75 stars and a TOP PICK! Needles to say I'm thrilled beyond belief.

"Wow. This was an awesome read that I couldn’t put down."
For the entire review you can go to Night Owl Reviews

I also like to hear from my readers so if you've read any of my humble stories and would like to give some feedback, please by all means send me an email or leave a comment here.

In other news my last post about the fellow author who was attacked for the type of stories she's written has received loads of support from all over the world. The woman who launched the attack is now back peddling as fast as she can, in public anyway. Word is she's still spouting we all follow Satan for supporting the author on her private facebook page. What are ya gonna do? Some people are simply idiots.

Speaking of facebook you can find me on there!/robin.l.miller1
The more friends the better I always say!

Okay my lovely readers....Time to move on and do some writing.

Till next time.........Happy Reading

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Fellow Author Attacked for Writing "Racy" Novels

It's been an interesting few days folks. Tuesday night I was helping my daughter with her homework when I hear a teacher in the next county is coming under attack for writing racy novels on the news. Well, of course that caught my attention and I start listening more closely and what do you know. I know the author. She writes for one of the same publishers I do. Low and behold, one of her covers pops up on the screen with Ellora's Cave blazing on the top.

So this is the short version of the story. A small group of women, 5 at the most, has recently discovered that this teacher in their school district writes adult books and they are now worried that this teacher is looking at their kids in a sexual way. Here was my response to the TV. "WHAT THE FUCK!"

These women think adult romance books are disgusting and filthy and they think the teacher should choose between writing or teaching. "SAY WHAT?"

Okay, so they label the teacher a pedophile and think people shouldn't read adult romance novels because they find them disgusting and are afraid their children are going to be influenced by this.

Excuse me. Do you honestly think high school kids don't already think about sex, or see it in movies, HBO, Internet? How many teenage boys have seen porn on the Internet that would make adult romance novels seem boring? 99% of them for heaven's sake.

Now, this author has been writing under a pen name for about 20 years. She has never discussed her writing with her students and if asked about it her response is I don't know what you're talking about. It turns out students have known she's a writer for YEARS and are thrilled they have an English teacher who is so good at her profession that she's been published.

Now as the story unfolds, it turns out this woman who ran to the news station to bully this teacher is known for stirring up shit to get her name in the news and her face in the papers and TV. In fact, a few months prior this very same news station talked to this very same woman in the very same area about bullying. And here she is bullying a teacher. HEY LADY! Where do you think kids learn to bully? From people like you!

So, it takes half a day for the writing community nation wide to hear about this story and they reacted. The news station was bombarded with emails, calls, comments on their web site so furiously that they started shutting down the ability to comment. Every comment left was in support of the author and basically telling these backwoods, bored women to get a hobby and stop attacking good, solid, professional citizens.

A support page went up for the author on facebook and within 24 hours over 6000 people joined demanding an apology be made by the news station for reporting a bias one sided story without getting all the facts. Well, the news station joined the support group and said they would like to talk to people who live in the area and air their story.

This morning it happened. 20 people showed up and told the news station that this teacher/author was one of the best teachers in the district. She's been teaching for 25 years, writing for nearly 20 and never once sought fame in the community for her writing. She wrote under a pen name for a reason. They aired the story. It wasn't a good story, but it at least showed these handful of women did not speak for the community and they wanted her left alone.

Now, through all this the author's sales spiked tremendously. YaY! People who had no idea she wrote are now buying her books to see what the fuss is about. YaY! The author/teacher has refused to talk to the media and has been dignified and quiet through all of this. She comes out looking like the hero and these bored housewives with nothing better to do with their time than look for reasons to call the news station are being shunned by the community. YAY!

Let this be a lesson to people. If you are going to attack a writer, you better have a damn good reason and have your facts lined up or the writing community is going to come after you. The news station learned this and these women learned this in a very harsh manner.

I mean really, think about this people. What a teacher does off the clock is her business as long as it doesn't break any laws and she doesn't push her work to underage children. None of this happened. These women believe if you're a teacher you shouldn't have a life outside the school. Guess what, ain't gonna happen. What's next, pregnant teachers should be removed from the school because they have sex? Teachers aren't allowed to have sex at all? Um, how did these women get their children in the first place? Did they plop out of the sky?

Freedom of speech people. If you don't like the contents of the book, don't read it. It's very simple. Just like we don't like your ideas so we ignore you. See how easy that is?

Anyway, if you would like to support this teacher you can go to!/SupportJudyMays

We can't let narrow minded, busy bodied, publicity seekers, hypocrites (oh yes, if you knew the woman who started all this you'd understand the hypocrisy) try and destroy a person's life for 15 minutes of fame.

We have your back Judy Mays and this injustice simply couldn't be let go.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Dead eyes starring at you!

Okay, so I go to my chiropractor this morning to get my overly tight muscles thoroughly worked out. (They say I carry ever bit of tension and stress in my shoulders and neck which leads to jaw clenching which leads to teeth breaking which leads to regular visits to the dentist which leaves Robin even more stressed since I'm one of those dentist phobes. What a mess.) Anyway, he finds every tender sore spot I have, sticks his finger it until the muscle gives and starts to relax and then when he's done torturing me, puts me in another room with this nifty little table that I'd like to have at home.

This table has a roller in it that works its way up and down your spine and feels like a mini massage.

So I'm lying there and I look around the room and it hits me. I'm being watched by 10 dead dear heads and two bear skins. My chiropractor is a big hunter and apparently ran out of room in his home to store his trophies, I don't know. I start feeling a little creeped out. All these empty, vacant eyes are pointed right at me, watching.

(shiver) Now, I'm not against hunting in the least. I grew up in a rural area, currently live in a rural area and know the people who hunt don't do it simply for the sport, they use the meat they kill.My husbands family is big into hunting and I've sampled plenty of the vitals they cook up. Some I love, some not so much. But they use it and what they don't use they give to people who need it.

Oh, and let's not forget population control.Have you ever seen a starving wild animal? It's heart breaking. I just wish they'd make turkey season longer because I'm tired of having to wait for the dumb birds to stop freaking out in the middle of the road and move on. Sheesh! One turkey panics and they all panic running around in circles like nuts.

So, back to the main point here. I simply got a little goose pimply over all these dead, vacant eyes watching me. I couldn't help the beginning of a story conjuring up in my head. What if these stuffed heads started to move? What if those eyes blinked and became hungry for vengeance? The racks on these things, and I do mean horns, are impressive and could do some serious damage if the animal plunged them into soft flesh.

Imagine being skewered through the gut at the doctor's office, flopping around helplessly as your life blood drains away and each deer head takes a turn ramming it's pointy horn into another part of your body. All the while those dead eyes starring at you, laughing. How does it feel? You mind your own business, graze for your daily nourishment and then find yourself cut to pieces, your body consumed and your head hung on a wall.

And what about the bear's? Their heads aren't as big but have you ever seen the teeth on those suckers? (double shiver) Nasty! The furry, lumbering animal is foraging for food and the next thing he knows he's on the floor of some one's home, his fur being walked on by bare human feet. How degrading.

Like I said, I have nothing against hunting at all and I probably wouldn't have noticed if one or maybe even two deer heads were hanging there. But come on!! 10!
10 sets of lifeless eyes all aimed at you, that's unnerving.

So, those are my thoughts for the day.

Oh, and a warm loving HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my son! The big 13. (sigh) Two teenagers in the house now. I feel old age lurking in the shadows ready to dig it's nasty hateful claws into me and drag me down. I'm not going without a fight. Hear me old age? I'm fighting every step of the way.

Don't forget about my contest going on at Last day is May 1. Enter to win a signed copy of my first release, BLACK SMOKE

Have a good one everybody and happy reading........

Friday, April 15, 2011

Crawl into the mind of Strafe from "Marauder"

Check out this excerpt from Marauder. My latest release.

“Ya know, you aren’t the same man,” Nick said, keeping his back to Strafe. “I get the feeling she isn’t the same woman.”
“I made her want me once, I can do it again.”
“I have no doubt you can.”
Strafe wished he believed that as much as Nick sounded like he believed it. The woman he’d watched defending her clan certainly wasn’t the same women he thought had died five years ago. The Priscilla he knew was meek, mild and timid. This woman, she had grit, tenacity and damn, she really thought she could give her clan the chance to escape by running that dump of a truck into the woods.

Opening the door, he crawled inside the cab, lifted her limp body in his arms and carefully carried her to his tent. A few of the men stopped and watched, knowing better than to say anything. They knew he didn’t show any affection for women. The only time he approached a woman was to sate his need for sex. So he could see their confusion.

Strafe carried her into his tent, settled her down on her bedding and allowed himself a moment to drink her in. He couldn’t believe it. She’d died. He could have sworn she’d died right there in front of him.

His gaze drifted over her shabby clothing. Her shirt hung from her torso, her arms like thin twigs draped in cloth. The jeans she wore bagged around her waist, a piece of rope keeping them from falling down. It twisted his gut that his Priscilla lived like this. She deserved better and he would give her better.

Reaching over her, he grabbed a bowl of water and a rag, moistened the rag and gently cleaned the blood from her head. The cut didn’t seem bad, not deep enough to be stitched anyway. Once he cleaned her face he worked tirelessly at cleaning her hair.

She’d let it grow. Long waves of chestnut-brown hair cascaded down below her shoulders. He liked it. It made her sharp, angular features softer. She’d acquired a few scars that hadn’t been there before. One from the corner of her left eye that ran to her hairline and one that slashed across her right upper lip.

He couldn’t allow himself to think about how she got them. The scenarios he’d conjure in his mind would only drive him to the brink of madness. Forcing himself to push on, he surveyed her clothing and decided he couldn’t stand to see her in these rags any longer. Slipping his finger beneath the collar of her T-shirt, he ripped and was shocked how easily the material shredded down her front.

Glancing at her creamy exposed skin he sucked in a sharp breath and stifled a curse. Pushing the material aside made his insides quiver with both anger and terror. There over her right breast was a puckered, thickly scarred bullet wound that flooded his mind with memories of that night. He quickly pushed them aside, refusing to allow
those memories to take hold. Instead, he allowed his gaze to travel away from the wound and down the rest of her body.

What he saw there didn’t help his sour mood. She looked like a skeleton with flesh stretched tight against it. Dear god. How long had she been starving?

“No more,” he mumbled, untying the rope holding her jeans up. “No more.” With shaking hands, he tugged the thin, dirty denim down her hips and down her thighs, cursing the entire time as each inch of her pencil-thin thighs were exposed.

“Oh baby. What’s happened to you?” After removing her boots he shucked the denim off her body and tossed it aside. Tomorrow he’d burn the filth. He never wanted to see it again.

Pale moonlight filtered through the tent flap and kissed her tender, fragile flesh, giving her an angelic glow that had him reaching out. As thin as she was, she still was the most beautiful woman he’d ever laid eyes on. Her full breasts were topped with cherry-pink tips that made his mouth water. He remembered sucking them, rolling them on his tongue and getting drunk on her taste.

Fisting his hand to keep from touching her, he let his gaze travel down her ribs, over her sunken belly and across her protruding hips. She’d been thin five years ago, but not painfully thin like this. At least then she’d had curves, lush, delicious curves he liked to stroke. She’d be that way again, he promised her and himself. He’d make sure she ate every day.

Comfortable in his resolve to put meat on her bones, he allowed his gaze to brush over the soft brown curls between her legs. His fingers twitched, eager to be sunk deep in her fine hair and stroke her outer lips. He couldn’t though, not now. Reluctantly, he moved away and rummaged through his bag of clothing. Buried at the bottom he kept a tank top that he never wore. After shaking it out, he tugged it down over her head, careful not to touch her bruising cut.

It took some maneuvering, but he managed to get the shirt shuffled down her back and over her hips. The garment hung nearly to her knees. On him, it was tight and
short. Brushing the backs of his fingers across her cheek, he sighed. What hell had she lived through over the past five years? Regretfully, he reached for the rope looped around the tree trunk and bound her wrists.

Walking to his pile of blankets, Strafe stripped off his shirt, tossed it aside and then removed his jeans. He always slept naked, a habit he chose not to shake after his time at the rebel camp. The rebels liked to keep their new recruits vulnerable, unable to hide weapons. He found it comfortable.

Lying down on top of his blankets, he stretched out and stared at the roof of his tent. What would he dream about tonight? Usually he dreamed of Priscilla, the night she died and how agonizingly lonely he’d become. Glancing over at her, he wondered again, what would he dream about?

Would she accept this new man? The rebels had created a cold, merciless monster. A monster who’d crawled out of his cage and lashed out until every last one of his captors was dead. He didn’t do it alone of course, those men out there, they followed, fought until their bloody, bruised and damn-near-dead bodies collapsed. In the end, they’d won their freedom and now they intended to live the best way they knew how. He’d have to make Priscilla understand that.

Want to read more? Pop on over to Marauder is also availabel at

A carnal quick read I do so hope you enjoy!

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Marauder has pulled into and parked at All Romance eBooks!

Check. It. Out!
My latest release is now available at All Romance eBooks. at a great price, too!

Rumble on over and pick up a quick read for a low price.

Blurb for Marauder
Nothing mattered in Evan Duvall’s life as much as his sexy, timid Priscilla. Her touch could destroy and resurrect with one feathery stroke. Pleasure was all they could give each other—and Priscilla gave freely. Her presumed death annihilated Evan and brought to life Strafe, the notorious road pirate.

After years of loneliness, Strafe finds Priscilla alive—and changed. She’s feisty, independent and sensual as hell. She may be wary of the new Strafe but her body responds with a hungry need he finds impossible to ignore. Waiting for her capitulation becomes torture, so he begins a series of inventive, erotic teasing sessions that keep her in a constant state of arousal.

But to properly care for Priscilla, as well as those who’ve come to depend on him, the pirate must strike again.

Monday, April 11, 2011

I'm loving it!

The new WIP is moving along nicely and I'm excited. I'm into chapter thirteen already. I'm totally giddy about that. My characters are cooperating nicely which makes it all so easy. I do believe this book is going to be the first of a series. So many ideas are developing for the secondary characters.

I'm hoping at least another few weeks and the story will be wrapped up.

Don't forget to enter my contest going on at Author Island. under contests. A signed copy of my first ever release Black Smoke.

Okay, getting ready to watch the season finale of Being Human. After six hours of writing today I think I deserve a few hours of entertainment.

So, remember therapy is expensive, poppin' bubble wrap is cheap! You choose.

Until next time..Happy reading...

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Great Deals available!

Hey everyone. Looking for some reads at a great price?
Check out All Romance eBooks. They have great prices on some of my available books.

Go to and type my name in the search box.

Not all my books are there, but all my releases from Ellora's Cave are available.

Don't forget about my contest going on at Author Island (listed under contests) it ends May 1st.

While I sat a my younglings soccer practice tonight I started reading a new book.

Jory Strong's Ride to Ecstasy
I'm only two chapters in, but loving where it's heading. She's developed two interesting worlds. A water world and desert world. I can't wait to find out what transpires between the three of them. Ooops, that's right. !!THREE!!

So, I'm on chapter 12 of my wip. It's flowing along nicely. Not sure where I'm going to submit it yet, but I have time to think about that.

Have you read Marauder yet? Wanna read an excerpt?

I got two ratings on it from readers. Both recommended reads.

Okay, I'm going back to read Ride to Ecstasy.
It's sick the way people keep having sex without me...(grin)

Till later my fellow readers........

Monday, April 4, 2011

Were's, Vamps, Witches, Dragons..What a wonderful world!!

Yesterday I treated myself to an afternoon of reading. My book of choice?
Angela Knight's Master of Smoke from the Mageverse Novels.

If you haven't read any of Angela Knight's Mageverse Novels, you don't know what you're missing. What she's done with ancient legend concerning King Arthur and Knights of the Round table is fantabulous!!!

In Master of Smoke she's taken a woman attacked and changed by a werewolf and paired her with a "man" who is made up of a werecat, a god, and an ancient being. Wow, talk about a man who has it all and good looks and chiseled body to go with it.

Watching Eva and Smoke defeat evil and discover each other is wonderful. Eva is, well, remarkable. Think about it. Could you easily fall for a man who is made up of three different personalities? I mean, that's what it is when you come down to it. Three beings inhabiting one body. And Smoke has to hope she accepts them all.

On top of dealing with a man she wants beyond understanding, Eva has to juggle a multitude of lies she's forced to tell her family about him and herself. I loved the way Angela Knight brought Eva's family into the story. Acceptance and trust is a foundation every relationship should have whether it be from a lover, a husband, wife or mother and father. You feel like you're standing right there with Eva as she struggles to keep her family safe by revealing a horrible secret that could either turn them away or bring them closer.

Master of Smoke is an awesome book for those who love scifi and romance mixed together. I've read all the Mageverse novels and eagerly wait for the next installment. With each story the Mageverse becomes more real filled with beings who can look beyond the physical and see inside where true happiness exists.

Angela Knight's ability to create worlds that exist along side ours is phenomenal. I've read all her works and every time I'm swept away into a universe that wraps me up and holds me a happy hostage until the very last page.

As you can see I'm not a professional reviewer. This is just my humble opinion of an awesome book in an incredible series filled with unbelievable imagination and a fix for my need to be taken away from the strains of everyday life. I bow to your greatness Angela Knight. Keep 'em coming.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Another Contest!!

In conjunction with Author Island, I'm having another contest.
This time you get the chance to win a signed copy of my very first release
Black Smoke.
Go to or and click on contests and scroll through until you find the contest for Marauder. Read the directions and the next thing you know you're entered.
Very easy!

Contest ends May 1, 2011.

On a personal note, today was great. My oldest son turned 16, he passed his drivers permit test and the family went out for dinner. We ate, laughed and had a very pleasant meal as a family. Since the birthday cake is tomorrow, we had birthday pie. YUM.

I only got to work a little on the WIP today, but what little I did feels good. Hopefully I get to write some tomorrow.
This chapter I'm writing is a big first step for my characters. It needs to throw them into a whirlwind of confusion about themselves and each other. I hope I nail it.

So, until next time my fellow readers...

Happy reading.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

I'm all shivery with excitement...

Well, today was good, great in fact. I had two winners for the contest at my cyber launch party for Marauder yesterday. I do hope the ladies enjoy Country Loving.
AND I got a fabulous, wonderful, spectacular review for Marauder.

I read through Marauder in record time—for me. I loved Robin Leigh Miller’s crisp, refreshing flow in this modern twist. Road Pirates. Everything about Strafe is different from the lover she once knew, and Priscilla has to decide if she wants the new him. Still the relationship between Strafe and Priscilla is my favorite in a long time, simply because it’s raw, it’s real, and it’s sexy. It’s also new as they have to get acquainted with the other, learn and discover each other in a totally new way. That’s amazing to watch as these tough, headstrong characters give in to their carnal desires. I loved the sex scenes. The pictures Ms. Miller painted of those two were vivid and in great detail from Riva at The Readers Roundtable

Please stop by their site and read the rest of the review.

Thank you, Riva!!!

There are some other great reviews on this site as well. Oh, and if you're easily offended by pictures of hard bodied, sexy, drop dead gorgeous men, don't look at the top of the page. I'm still trying to cool down. Hey, I'm not dead. I can look.

So, I'm working on new WIP and I'm at a critical point. The first (whispers) sex scene. I had to stop writing it today because I had to take my oldest to the doctor. Hopefully after everyone goes to bed tonight I can hit it hard. Oh my, that could mean two things, anywho, when I write my sex scenes I like to do it in one shot without being interrupted. (snicker) Okay, enough of that.

So, my oldest son turns 16 tomorrow and tonight while he's sleeping I'll decorate his room with streamers and balloons so when he wakes up, booyah, he's met with a celebration. After school my hubby is taking him to take his drivers permit test. (Gulp) My baby's growing up. I'm having a harder time dealing with his birthday than I ever did with any of mine.

Okay, time to get busy and I believe some one's thinking about sex...OK it's me!

Have a good one everyone...

Happy reading...


Thanks to everyone who stopped by my cyber launch party for Marauder yesterday! I enjoyed the comments and questions.

So here are the winners of the contest:

Stacie and Tracey D

Country Loving is on it's way to you ladies. I hope you enjoy it.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


Today's the day! Stop by and join in the fun celebrating my new release Marauder.

Leave a comment or question and be entered for a chance to win my short story Country Loving

Mention my blog for a second chance to win!

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Cyber Launch Party Tomorrow and a chance to win one of my back list!!!

Okay everyone. Tomorrow is my cyber launch party for Marauder. (the book cover is over to the right, ain't it cool) Stop by for a chance to win Country Loving, a short story about two childhood friends rediscovering each other. Now, this got some rave reviews at (they also released the story)
go to
Come on people. Let's make this a big turn out. Ask questions, I answer.

Want to check out Country Loving? Go to search under author, that would Robin Leigh Miller and click. All my books will show up, click on Country Loving and read the blurb and excerpt. And if your so inclined you can check out all the other books as well.

Here's a secret. Leave a comment or question and if you don't win Country Loving from the Launch Party you'll have a second chance. Leave a little message saying you read my blog and I'll toss your name in for a second drawing. Sound good?

Okay, let's get this all straight.
Tomorrow you go to
Leave a comment or question
mention you read my blog
and you have two chances to win Country Loving.

Happy dance and clapping hands!!!!
Thank you in advance for your support.

Now, on a side note.
Did anyone hear about the self published author who had a melt down yesterday after a reviewer gave her, what she considered an unfair review? Whoa, talk about mental break. She dropped the F bomb twice responding to other's comments. Now, as an author you simply have to accept you will not please everyone all the time. It doesn't happen, ever! But, acting like an insane twit does nothing to help your cause. I checked out her page on Amazon and wow, the world reacted with a deluge of negative responses.

I try to always thank anyone who took the time to read my book even if they didn't like it.

Okay, I had to say that. It just blew me away how this woman reacted.

Have a great one everybody, don't forget the Cyber Launch Party tomorrow and remember a hard on doesn't count as personal growth.

Happy Reading!

Monday, March 28, 2011

Vamps, Were's and Ghosts

It's MONDAY! My favorite show Being Human is on. A vampire living with a werewolf and ghost. All the scifi elements in one show. The werewolf, in my opinion, needs a good swift kick in the hairy butt though. He's whiny, unstable and it drives me nuts how he tells the other two how to live when he can't seem to do anything right. They need to push him to grow up a little. Other than that, it's a perfect show to me.

I think I like the ghost the most. I really wanna see her torment her ex, the one who killed her, until he's standing in the middle of the street screaming at the top of his lungs, stripping naked and running around in circles. But that's just me. I'm vindictive that way.(grin)

Oh, and Castle's on after that. Love me some Castle. He's got it so bad for Becket and one of these days they are gonna connect and WATCH OUT! The fireworks are gonna be grand. Oh, I love watching a romance bloom.

Funny, I write romance, I'll watch a short episode with romance in it, but I can't watch a chic flick movie to save my soul. My husband on the other hand loves to watch them. If I'm gonna invest two hours in a movie it better have explosions, guns, blood, gore, spooks, monsters or a psychological thriller. Weird, hunh?

What's your favorite type of movie?

Well, I have to run and find out who canceled payment on my reality check.
Until next time.........

Happy Reading......

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Have you checked out Marauder yet?

Okay, today is the second day Marauder is available. Have you checked out Strafe yet? He's hot. Tall, muscled and and a real bad boy. Do you like long hair on men? Strafe has long black hair he wears in a braid and did I mention he knows what to do with his hands? Come on ladies, ya know ya wanna read about a steamy hot guy like this.Just click on Marauder's book cover and you'll go right to the buy site where you can read an excerpt.

Don't forget my cyber launch party on the 30th. Leave a comment for a chance to win my short story Country Loving about a sexy farmer determined to finally win the love of his childhood neighbor. I'll post the web address the day before so you can schedule some time to pop on in.

I'm hoping for a big turn out!

Hey, I'm on facebook too. If you're so inclined look me up!

Okay, I'm countin' on you reading Maruader.

That's all for now and remember a dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Marauder has pulled out onto the highway and is ready to burn up the asphalt.

Hey everybody. Okay, Okay, I know, I haven't posted to my blog for a while. (blush) but I've been busy. WRITING! And today I have exciting news.

My modern day pirate story released today at Ellora's Cave. I love the cover, but then I love all my covers. It's a short novel in Ellora's Cave AHOY!series.

Here's the buy site in case you'd like to pop over and read an excerpt.

In other news, just a little FYI, most of my books can now be purchased at Barnes & Nobles, Borders, Amazon, All Romance eBooks, and Sony digital ereader store.

I've been finding some of my books showing up on pirate sites. Now, these type of pirates aren't sexy at all. They harm the publishing world and the authors they steal from. Our ability to be published is based on sales numbers, and if our books are being given away freely, we don't get contracts. So, if you come across any authors being pirated, please, contact the publisher and supply the url where the book is being given away. Together, we can protect our favorite authors and keep them employed for our enjoyment.

So, that's my public service announcement for today. All kidding aside, this is a real devastating issue that needs to be watched carefully. You'll probably hear me rant about this more over time, but until we eliminate book pirating, I'll be obliged to continue.

Now, on a happier note, how's every one's spring going so far?
Mine pretty much sucks since it hasn't exactly arrived. A week into spring and I'm outside shoveling 7 inches of snow. That's just not right. I'm tired of shoveling. I want to walk with a warm breeze kicking up my hair. I wanna play outside with my kids. I'm getting a serious case of cabin fever. How about you?

Okay, I guess that's all I have to inform you about. Guess I'll get ready for the season premier of Fact of Faked. I love that show, especially when they find something they can't prove is fake. I do so love the unknown and unexplainable.

Have a good one everybody and as always..........

Happy Reading!