Both books in the Claiming Her Curves set are standalone safe romances—no cliffhangers, no cheating. You get Recluse, one of my most popular one-on-one curvy erotic romances and my newest romance, Triple Doctor Baby Makers, a wicked-hot menage with three fertility doctors. Why choose? One thing I enjoyed the most about writing both of these was telling the love stories of curvy women over twenty-four. There tends to be a lot of focus on virgins and early-twenties heroines in certain romance niches. Claiming Her Curves, a special 2-Curvy Romances Set in my Quin Zayne erotica romances line, is free today and all of tomorrow on participating Amazon stores. It will be available to borrow in Kindle Unlimited for a few weeks, too.
Beginning with my popular Submission Island series, I started celebrating heroines beyond their early-twenties. Half-Egyptian Cleo is nearing thirty and recovering from a breakup when she applies for a free vacation at a posh BDSM resort. She’s one of my favorite heroines. A sexually-experienced woman adds a different level of challenge for the billionaire hero compared to the popular legal virgin.
Mind-bendingly wealthy, buff, alpha men who know how to give, court, and please. Men with personalities, needs, and wounds. Spirited heroines strong enough for them to find their match and create a relationship where she’s a partner. Okay, I’m an idealist.
I’ve been blessed to be close to many people with evolved, long-term relationships. To be honest, passive heroines don’t appeal to me. I was raised by tough women in a rural area on the California coast, and I studied writing with strong women at San Francisco State University. One of my advisors was the poet and painter Stan Rice, and I got to meet Anne Rice while I was his student.
I’ve lived most of my life in a diverse world, and my books reflect that. You’ll find outsiders with heart in all of my books, from short erotica to fairy tale-inspired novels.
Both of these books have a touch of Cinderella and other-wordly-ness. If you’re new to my world, you’ll find them a good introduction to my combination of high-heat erotic scenes and heart-centered love.
Claiming Her Curves by Quin Zayne
Triple Doctor Baby Makers stars virgin art teacher Mercy who wishes for a baby. Three billionaire fertility specialists want to help her. Yes, she’s a virgin at twenty-five, for good reason. These hot as sin doctors have a cure for that, all three of them.
In Recluse Bess, a divorced small-town baker, bristles at first when the sexy, mysterious Rafael courts her in a rough and unique way.
The full moon rose over the lapping waves. Rafael took my hand.
Relieved and at peace, I rested my head on his shoulder.
His finger traced my lips, passed across my life vein tender from his bite, and wrote Rafael’s.
“Let me set you free.” His deep voice went right to my….
Triple Doctor Baby Makers was first published March 2019 and hasn’t been in any collection before now. It’s a 45,000-word novel. Recluse is a 30,000+ word novella.
There’s healing magic in these contemporary, small-town California love stories. Sometimes, the best things do last.
Readers offended by detailed intimate scenes and fantasies of romantic male dominance should not download this book. Possible triggers for abduction and heroine in peril.
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Amazon Reader Reviews on Recluse and Triple Doctor Baby Makers
“…Hot & steamy just like I’ve come to know about Q. Zayne reads but there’s also a romantic story here & a bit of a thriller. Give me a damsel in distress, her alpha hero, hot scenes (that are very much about love & romance not just humping) & HEA and I’m in.”—Michelle V. on Recluse
Hot, hot, hot – and surprisingly charming![…] The characters have some depth and the atmospherics are more developed than usual for this genre. And Q writes some Grade A, smoking, sexy, seductive, scenes. Now excuse me while I go and think about those doctors!—Kindle Customer on Triple Doctor Baby Makers