Your new release, mafia romance, NICO is set in Las Vegas. Have you ever visited Sin City? Yes. I went to Las Vegas for the first time this year for RT and I loved it! There is nothing like getting the true pulse of a city to make the setting come alive on the page…. Read More
(Photo by Chantale Ward, Creekside Photography.)
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling
author, Sarah Castille, graduated with a B.A Honors
in History and an LL.B. (law degree) and practiced law on
the West Coast for several years before succumbing to the
lure of foreign travel. She obtained a Masters Degree in
from the University of Edinburgh and then practiced at
of the world's largest law firms in London, England
during which time she traveled extensively, wrote
moderately, and developed a taste for tea, European
and Greek cuisine.
She traded in her life of European glamor for the
of the frozen North and the excitement of home
during which time she wrote extensively, never traveled,
developed a taste for beef jerky, Tim Horton's
After her first book, Legal Heat, won prizes in
Romance Writers' Association chapter contests,
including the Grand Prize in the Valley of the Sun Hot
Prospects Contest, Sarah decided to take a break from
heels and legal practice to write about red-hot alpha
and the women who tame them. Her second book, Against
Ropes, was named as one of Publishers
Weekly's Top Ten Picks for Romance & Erotica
fall 2013, and her third book, Unraveled, hit the
New York Times Bestseller's list.
current release, Barely Undercover, was named as
"Must Read Erotic Romance of the Year" in the
Sneak Peek Reader's Choice Awards (2013). She
hasn't dusted off her briefcase yet!
Sarah lives with her husband, munchkins and a family of
in the shadow of Canada's Rocky Mountains, where
is currently working on her next novel.
If you’re anything like me, then your mantra for summer reading is something along the lines of: Keep the books coming. With maybe the occasional muttered: Where is that darn tablet? Authors have taken note of both, with the end result being a July full of new titles aplenty as well as a good many… Read More
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