The other day, I was eating some Greek yogurt and I happened to look on the side of the container (attempting to avoid the calorie counts in my boredness) and noted that my yogurt had an official sponsor. It just happened to be the Olympics.

Now, typically, I sort of ignore official sponsorship. I figure it’s just a marketing ploy. But when it comes to certain things, I pay attention. Let’s say that, for instance, the Biggest Loser decides to “sponsor” a food. I expect that food to exemplify The Biggest Loser. There are certain relationships that just make a bigger difference.

So when the Olympics sponsors some yogurt, I expect a lot out of it. Why? Because I’ve put so much stock in the gold medal. It’s the same way with certain authors’ recommendations. When I see on Twitter that Lynn Ray Harris, Maisey Yates, or Jaci Burton recommend a book, I take those recommendations seriously. Probably more seriously than any other reviewer.

What about you? Are there certain authors or reviewers whose opinions matter to you more than others? If you see a certain person recommend a book and buy it right away, who would that person (or those people) be?

And speaking of reading books, don’t forget about the (Cowboys &) Corsets & Cocktails release party going on right now, for my Western erotic release, and my Steampunk Paranormal erotic release. Stop by and you could win an iPad (!

Thanks so much for having me.


-Camryn Rhys



Available for purchase via the following retailers: Amazon, Ellora’s Cave, Barnes & Noble.




When Victorian Europe declares war on magic, Sacha Camomescro—an Empath demon with an airship—might be the only thing standing between progress and apocalypse.

Sacha Camomescro, an Empath demon with an airship, is rescuing refugees from Victorian Europe’s war on magic when she meets a man unlike any other. Javier Vargas is a lone alpha werewolf, his pack nearly decimated by assassins, his appetite for justice superseded only by his desire for her.

But Sacha’s gift is also her curse. While reading minds is helpful in eluding the assassins sent by Europe for Progress, it cripples her ability to trust men, and enjoy sex, for she can always see the fantasies men have when they’re with her. But Javier has a single-minded focus when it comes to his pursuit, and he wants her.

Just when it seems she can trust him, Sacha’s crew starts getting picked off mid-flight, and it seems there’s a rabid animal at fault. Javier and his lone remaining pack member fall under suspicion, and in the hysteria, Sacha begins to lose control of her mission. Blindsided by passion, she must decide if she can trust the one man who wants her just as she is.



About The Author:

Camryn Rhys grew up on the border of Canada and the US, and still hasn’t decided which country to call home. She splits her time between the Alberta and Montana Rocky Mountains, with friends and family in both beautiful locations.

After running her own restaurant for several years and acquiring advanced degrees in writing, foodie romance seemed the only logical option. When she’s not watching the Food Network, she’s reading a romance novel, or if absolutely necessary, working as a consultant. Someone has to put really excellent food on the table.


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