Check out this NEW RELEASE by Brooke Lee!


Reflecting Roni 

Beauty in the Darkness book 3
By Brooke Lee
Genre: Erotic Suspense
Release Date: May 27, 2017

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Bad Choices
Too trusting

These are all words that describe the old me.

The mistakes I made over a decade ago still haunt my subconscious. I’ve tried to keep my past buried, but every time I see the darkness in my best friend Shelby’s eyes, my heart breaks all over again.


These are words that describe me today.

Looking in the mirror, I see a sexy, confident and successful woman reflected back at me. I’ve found a man that not only fulfills my carnal desires, but one who is quickly filling the empty space in my heart. With both Kyle and Shelby by my side, my life is nearly perfect.
Perfect until one of the biggest mistakes of my life strolls back into town, bringing with him all of the darkness from my past.

I am Roni Monroe and this is my story.

 What others are saying about Reflecting Roni

“This was a story that took me through the paces emotionally. I laughed, I cried, I got mad as heck and I even got a little hot a bothered heck I got hot and bothered a lot. I was drawn into this story and felt a connection to the characters.” – 5 Stars Lita B Tasty Wordgasms

“Roni and Shelby are still best friends and I may be a little jealous of their relationship. Everyone needs friends like these 2 women. They laugh together, are protective of each other and they cry together. I loved this book and hope others will too.” – 5 Stars, Tanya Rae, Tasty Wordgasms

Thoroughly enjoyed this journey with Roni, I couldn’t put it down it was so exciting.” – 5 Stars, Janine P 

Brooke Lee Author Bio
Growing up, Brooke’s mother instilled a deep respect for the English language and a love of words. She taught Brooke to read and write and shared her appreciation for poetry. As a teen, poetry became an outlet for Brooke’s innermost thoughts and deepest, often times darkest feelings.

In school, teachers always told her “write what you know”, so that is what she did. At the not so tender age of forty-three, she started to write her first novel, I Am ShelbyJames (Beauty in the Darkness) and it is what she knows—emotions.
In her spare time—when she’s not writing—you can find Brooke cuddled on the couch with her husband of 20+ years, their fur babies, and a good (often naughty) eBook—unless of course she’s having cocktails with her Bestie at one of their favorite haunts.


Other books in the Beauty in the Darkness Series:


 I Am ShelbyJames       I am The Muse Poet       a Taste of Chloe

Brooke Lee Links:
Amazon Author Page
brookeISH Reader Group on FB

Cover design by Cassy Roop of Pink Ink Designs

#LoveIsLove #BeautyInTheDarkness #TOTKO #ReflectingRoni #BrookeLeeAuthor

Updates to the site!

Tampa Indie Author Book Convention

By Kyle Perkins

We have added a ton of information on the front page of the site, and want to give everyone a chance to browse through it. Like we have said before, this convention is not your traditional book signing. We wanted to do something a little different than the way everyone else does things. Most authors have been to a convention or two, and they all generally have the same concept, so when anything is different, it freaks authors out.

The thing is, it’s all going to be okay. We don’t want to be just another convention that you vaguely remember in a couple of years, that blur in together with every other convention you’ve ever been to. We want you to look back on the experience fondly, and be in a state of constant anticipation and excitement for the next one.

Virginia has a lot of experience…

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Kepler: Humanity’s Ark is LIVE

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Well, hello everyone!! Kepler: Humanity’s Ark is LIVE!

If you haven’t already one-clicked it, now is your chance to check out this amazing masterpiece that we have been working on for over a year!

Kyle Perkins and I co-wrote this sci-fi romance to entice both of our reader bases as well as humor the fact that I could write sci-fi. I mean come on, it’s a far reach from erotic horror, right?
With that – GET IT TODAY and decide for yourself!!
GET OUR COPY TODAY – so you don’t regret being the last one to read it. That would be sad!

You all rock!!

I flove your faces!! ❤ ❤ ❤


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Tampa Indie Author Book Convention

by Kyle Perkins

A little back story about the convention, as well as Virginia Johnson and I. In January of 2016, I became an author, and shortly after, Virginia became my PA. So, we had to navigate the indie world together, like two baby deer learning to walk. At first, like all people getting into this business, we were super optimistic. Who wouldn’t be? I published a book. Not many people can say that they have the patience for that. Writing a book is a big deal, it’s sharing a piece of your soul with the world, and asking the world to judge it. We have always received great feedback on our work, and grew to love the community…

Then, we started learning of the inherent flaws in a predominantly online business. Setting aside catfishing models, shady PAs, and plagiarism, we noticed a huge problem within our community. It was…

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We just added a few more authors!

Can’t wait!

Tampa Indie Author Book Convention

Make sure you guys are staying up to date! We have a few more authors to get excited about!

Also, if you haven’t joined our group yet, you should do so. We haven’t used the group much, but we plan to in the coming months to help organize and to possibly get some more ideas.

Make sure you guys are getting your fans and readers pumped. It’s going to be an amazing time, and they should all be there. We will be promoting, but we definitely need your help, and the help of your teams.

As always, thank you all so much for being a part of this.

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Paid PA’s vs FREE PA’s

Authors and PA’s – This one might sting.

I have seen an increasingly amount of posts over the last few days, directly involving the Author/PA pay rates and the choices that PA’s and Authors make when employing one. I have said it before and I’ll say it again, THIS HAS TO STOP!

  • Does it matter? – This only matters to a paid PA if, and only if, they are being replaced by a PA willing to work for substantially less. If you are a PAID PA – Congratulations. This doesn’t give you the right to tell another PA that they should be making money.
  • Authors – You should know better than to assume every author should pay a PA. Seriously? This is the worst monetary paying profession on the planet! Prostitutes and strippers make more than we do. How can you decide that a PA MUST be paid?
  • PA’s – If you want to work for FREE, by all means, DO! If you want to be paid for your services, by all means, DO! Neither way is wrong and there is no-one telling you that you SHOULDN’T be getting paid, right?! So, where do some PA’s get off telling others that they are wrong.
  • Let’s be honest – MOST PA’s WORK FOR FREE! This isn’t a secret. Stop making the industry impossible for people to find a PA, hire a PA and keep a PA based on the stigmas that ALL PA’s NEED TO BE PAID! Some want to see a author succeed, some want to do it for experience and some love their job. Don’t ruin it for those PA’s.


I am sure that you are all asking yourself one simple question – Why would this author care if PA’s are paid or not?

  • I am a PA first. I work my ass off, doing everything that I can to ensure MY author has an easier life outside of writing. I set up events, schedule takeovers, manage blog posts, make teasers, pimp, manage street teams, giveaways, pages, groups… name it and I do it. I am available 24/7/365 days a year. Never a day off and always there. Is that my choice? You bet it is, but it is the job I signed up for. Do I get paid? Does it matter? How does my payment affect another PA or author? It doesn’t.
  • I employ 2 PA’s. Neither of them give a shit if I pay them or not, AGAIN – Does it affect you? Nope. Not unless you want to employ my PA, then it affects me.
  • I take my job VERY seriously. I watch as PA’s author-jump, take on too many authors and abandon their role for whatever reason. I sit back, watch and clean up the mess. Why? Because your author asked me to and it is the right thing to do.


All these posts are doing are creating an unrealistic view of what a PA should be making. Every PA starts out being paid in swag or books, it’s a learning curve that is not an easy one to overcome. Many can’t cut it as a PA. If you are paid, great! Just keep in mind, when you start bad mouthing PA payments and Authors that can’t afford them, you are creating a shit storm outside of your post that is negatively impacting the other peers and friends that you may have in the community.