Welcome to the website of multi-published, award winning erotic romance author Lex Valentine. Lex writes mostly MM currently, but her backlist includes MF and MMF. Although romance is her preferred genre, most of her books are paranormal or contemporary with an occasional fantasy, dystopian or steampunk thrown into the mix. All of Lex’s romances contain a Happily Ever After. She just doesn’t do romance any other way.
Lex’s current publishers include Loose Id, MLR Press, Liquid Silver, and Decadent. She is also the Amazon best selling author of the self published series Souls in Bondage. Lex is represented by Saritza Hernandez of the Corvisiero Agency.
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Rock star Gia Santora is at the height of her career when a frightening brush with a psychotic stalker changes her life. Three years later, she’s ready for more than a string of one-night stands on the road, but finding a date isn’t easy for a woman with a bodyguard. When she meets her sexy young opening act, he pushes all her buttons, sexually and emotionally.
Sin Carstens is rock’s hottest new guitar god with a body and a voice to match his name. He takes Gia on a wild sexual ride that has them literally rockin’ the tour bus. But Sin’s got priorities other than music and sex. He wants a relationship with the commitment-shy Gia. When the stalker gets loose and their lives are on the line, Gia pushes Sin away. But Sin’s willing to fight Gia’s fears in an effort to win himself the sexiest woman he’s ever known, and prove that he can rock her world.
For a taste of Lex’s personal blog where she’s been writing since before she was published, please check out Sunlight Sucks.
Warning: Some site content is adult in nature and should be viewed only by those 18 or older.
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