Romance Pet Peeves: Ménage à Deux

In which Cara rants about how much she hates it when a threesome romance turns out to be a regular couple with a sexy extra. If it says ménage à trois romance, readers will expect three people to fall in love!

Announcing: Love Across the Universe


Now available from Stars and Stone Books.

Summer love is summer love, no matter the planet. Climb aboard your spacecraft and travel across the universe with these twelve tales of love on beaches in the future and among the stars. Includes stories by USA Today Bestselling Author Traci Douglass, Cara McKinnon, A.E. Hayes, Sheri Queen, M.T. DeSantis, L.J. Longo, K.W. Taylor, Mary Rogers, Elsa M. Carruthers, Emmerite Sundberg, Serena Jayne, and Oriana Maret.

Cara Reads Memories Chapter One!

I made a video! Listen to me read Chapter One from Memories of Magic. Enjoy!

Memories of Magic

Check out an excerpt from Memories of Magic’s “Meet Cute”–where Olivia and Savit meet for the first time!

Character Interviews from Crazy Little Spring Called Love

Characters from Elsa Carruthers’s “Welded,” Sheri Queen’s “The Girl with a Broken Wing,” and Cara McKinnon’s “Love at Dawn” answer questions about themselves and love!

Cara Recommends: Jennifer Ashley

This month on Cara Recommends: historical and paranormal romance and mystery author Jennifer Ashley!

Advice about Love from Romance Authors

The authors of the stories in Crazy Little Spring Called Love sat down to answer some questions for their readers. Today’s question: What’s your best advice about love?

Crazy Little Spring Called Love Blog Tour!

The Crazy Little Spring Called Love authors discuss what they love (and hate) about spring!

Crazy Little Spring Called Love Is Here!

CRAZY LITTLE SPRING CALLED LOVE Eight Magical Stories of Fantasy Romance from Stars and Stone Books Featuring: Elsa Carruthers, M.T. DeSantis, Traci Douglass, A.E. Hayes, L.J. Longo, Cara McKinnon, Sheri Queen, and Mary Rogers This delightful fantasy romance… Read More

Romance Pet Peeves: Excessive Euphemisms

Euphemisms in sex scenes: how much is too much?