Monday, August 11, 2014

Nicademus Release


by Sienna Mynx

Annabelle’s a free woman. Her only desire is to become a healer like her dead father once was and to protect the people she loves. Life is sweet. That is until an outlaw by the name of Jeremiah ‘One Finger’ Polk was found unconscious on her land. Annabelle’s initial curiosity over his presence and desire to heal him from his serious wounds blooms into a forbidden encounter that will threaten the towns’ very existence and even her own.

Jeremiah Polk is a wanted man. Driven by the need for vengeance and retribution, he barely escapes the hangman’s noose and gun. When he wakes and finds a beautiful brown skin woman nursing him back to health, he thinks it’s a dream. He soon learns of the free people of color and the hidden town at the foot of the mountain that could be his sanctuary.  He also finds himself drawn to the promise of redemption. But will his demons, both real and imagined, rob him of the chance?  Can love survive the racial tensions between Annabelle and him post-civil war?

Miss Kitty is what they call her. However, her Christian name is Cora, and she runs the saloon and whores of Nicademus. Escaping New Orleans and the chains of a placage, she has founded a home and thriving business in Nicademus. However, the unwanted desires of the town’s sheriff, her passionate affair with her Chickasaw lover, and the new threat of the dangerous man who hunts her from her past all collide in Nicademus and threaten to destroy her.

Red Sun, Chickasaw, and the lone survivor of his tribe out of White Rock Mountain, trusts no one. He brings the orphaned Annabelle and himself to the town of Nicademus for a chance to start again. Ten years later the bitter memory of his slain people keeps him locked in the past. However, his new love affair for his ‘soiled dove’, Cora, keeps him sane. Nicademus is his home. He will risk it all to protect the town and the woman he loves.  

In 1866, a town run by freed slaves, called Nicademus, is the promise of the future. The story of the town and the passionate, dangerous, and infamous exploits of its citizens are still whispered from the lips of people today. This fictionalized tale reflects some of their story.  You will search for truth in it.

Sienna Mynx is your naughty-author of Contemporary, and Historical Multicultural Romance. Her dramatic tales of forbidden love are for readers that love the bad boys but desire to be the women to tame them. Variety is the spice of life, and each Sienna Mynx tale reflects the diversity that continues to remain colorblind. Sienna currently has 32 published books, as an indie author under her publishing company The Divas Pen LLC. A current resident of Georgia, Sienna Mynx has emerged into the e-publishing scene with spicy uncompromising tales of decadence.

Other Spicy Historical Romances written by Sienna Mynx:
Buttercup – 1940’s Prohibition IR Romance
Harmony – 1920’s Harlem Renaissance Romance

To learn more about the Battaglia Series, future releases and projects currently underway pleas visit Sienna Mynx at The Divas Pen ( )

Sienna also has Harmony in her Historical themed books:

It’s the roaring 20’s and the Black Renaissance has exploded in Harlem. From Marcus Garvey, to Ethel Waters, Sugar Hill is the place to be. That’s also true for The Cotton Club’s jazz singer Harmony Jones. Her soulful voice and unique beauty draws the attention of the most ruthless Sicilian mob boss Vincenzo ‘Vinnie’ Romano. And when her brother––a small time bootlegger––goes missing, Harmony is his only hope.

Harmony is a story of obsession and perseverance. A tangled tale of passion, lust, love and hate when two unlikely hearts collide.

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  1. Sienna, I'm so happy that I've been introduced to you! You are a new to me author, and I can't wait to read your books!
    I love historicals because I am a history fiend. Mostly because my dad was. We couldn't go anywhere without a history lesson from him. Everyone else rolled their eyes, but I loved it, hahaha!
    As for being HOT historicals, well, let's just say I'm a passionate historial nut *grin.* I do love reading about some hot lovin' that was going on in places I hope to visit someday ;)
    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  2. I enjoy hot historicals because I love the spicy romance set in different time periods. It is interesting to see a different view of the past.

  3. Historicals can be fun because their heat is so different. Many of the terms used then mean something entirely different today. I love seeing the damsels taken and the old time saloons.

  4. I love reading historical romances (especially the hot ones) because, depending on how well-documented the time period was, we don't REALLY know what it was like to live back then, so I love reading the creative license some authors take while telling a steamy tale from way-back-when.