Writing Can Be Murder

May 10, 2007

Unleashed by Jennifer Colgan

Filed under: Uncategorized — jenniferelbaum @ 9:37 am

So I just read Unleashed by Jennifer Colgan. 


It’s an erotic-paranormal anthology with a touch of humor, consisting of two stories.”Wolfsbane: Aspect of the Wolf” and “The Demon of Pelican Bluff”.


 Daniel Garrison is doing everything in his power (including asking for the help of sexy witch Emilie — who he tried to run out of town –) to save his brother from werewolfism. Witnessing Daniel and Emilie’s antagonism transform into passion is a treat! Great sexual tension and snappy dialogue make this story an enjoyable read.

The Demon of Pelican Bluff

Forest Ranger Cade Morrison is not looking forward to leading a “National Enquirer type psuedo-scientist” around in a hunt for the winged cryptid some local kids have claimed to see. That is until he meets hot doc Laurel Jensen, a university biology teacher by trade, but also a cryptozoologist.  Laurel is hunting for the creature because it’s been haunting her erotic dreams.  The battle between the allure of the erotic demon and the man she’s lost her heart to makes this a compelling read.

 To read more about Unleashed and the rest of Jennifer Colgan’s books, visit her site:




  1. Thanks for blogging me! I’m glad you enjoyed it and I can’t believe you apologized for it. LOL.

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — May 10, 2007 @ 1:18 pm

  2. My pleasure. Your book is such a fun read! I was hooked at, “I taste just like chicken”! lol

    Comment by jenniferelbaum — May 11, 2007 @ 7:40 am

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