Friday, April 22, 2011

Celebrating A New Western Menage From Stacey Espino

Today on our Cyber Launch Party Blog, we're celebrating Stacey Espino's brand new release TAMING JENNNA, the sequel to her book SAVING GRACE.

Stacey Espino resides in beautiful Ontario, Canada where she is busy raising her five school-aged children. She loves being a Canadian but could do without the brutal winters.

When she's not escaping into the romantic settings she creates on her laptop, she's reading one of the many books threatening to overtake her bedroom.

Stacey also writes Alternative [M/M] Erotic and Menage Romance under penname Winona Wilder.


TAMING JENNNA by Stacey Espino


Jenna can outride and outshoot any of the cowboys on the Wagner ranch. She's content to live invisibly amongst the ranch hands, hiding from a past she can't accept.

When Trevor and Conner find out her carefully guarded secret, Jenna's life turns upside down. She gives in to the rugged, sexy cowboys and explores her sexuality in new and unconventional ways.

But when the lust fades, can she handle committing long-term to Trevor and Conner?


WIN - Leave Stacey a question today at her Cyber Launch Party,and your name goes in the hat for a copy of her ebook SAVING GRACE  - Please leave your email address so we can contact you if you are today's winner - Good Luck!


  1. Good morning Stacey and super congrats on the new book TAMING JENNA!!! Wow - sounds really hot!

    You so have me wondering what Jenna's secret is... can't wait to read it.

    Tell us how this book connects to your book SAVING GRACE and if they should be read in order. Will there be more in this series?

    Hear the book is already a huge hit and a bestseller for you - so here's to being your biggest bestseller yet!!!

    Enjoy your special party today and thanks so much for the prize today for one of our lucky readers!

  2. Hi, Stacey-

    Congrats on the latest release.

    You write in a variety of genres (or sub-genres), but cowboy stories have a bit of a lead. What attrracts you to writing about them?

  3. Dang - just read the excerpt! Now I need a cold shower!

  4. Congrats Stacey! Sounds like an awesome book! The cover doesn't look too bad either. . . :) What inspires you to write? Since this is the sequal to Saving Grace, do we have to read Saving Grace first?
    jessangil at gmail dot com

  5. Yummy, Stacey! Congrats on Taming Jenna--it sounds like a wonderfully hot read! Are any of your characters based on real-life people? Has anyone ever recognized him/herself in your stories? :)

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

  6. Thanks so much, DeNita!

    Saving Grace isn't a typical menage with Grace ending up with one man.

    Many of my readers were curious about secondary characters, Trevor and Connor, etc.

    Taming Jenna focuses on Jenna, Trevor and Conner from the first book. It's a classic menage story, unlike the first book. Readers also get to live in the same world and meet Mr. Wagner and other characters again.

    It was fun revisiting the characters and giving them their own HEAs!!

    Stacey xo

  7. Hi Anne,

    There is something special about a cowboy. When I write a western, it's an escape for me, too. I love country living.


  8. Jessica,

    You don't have to read Saving Grace first. The romance is with new characters. There are a few references to previous events, but nothing that would make it not a stand-alone read.

    I love to write. It's just as much of an escape for me as reading!


  9. Flechen,

    All my characters are fictional, right out of my imagination. :)

  10. Hi, Stacey.

    When you wrote Saving Grace, did you know you would write a sequel to it?

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  11. Hi Tracey D,

    I never planned a sequel to Saving Grace. I chose to write it after a response from my readers. They wanted more from the secondary characters, so I gave them their own HEA in Taming Jenna :)


  12. I like connected stories even if they are stand alone. Can you work on more than one story at a time or do you have to focus and finish before starting the next?

    linze_e at

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  14. When writing this story, did you at anytime want Jenna to get closer to one of the guys more so than the other?

  15. Lindsey,

    I usually have more than one story on the go at a time. I do focus on one more than the others, but plug away at all of them.


  16. Leni,

    I think Jenna felt more of an emotional connection to Trevor, but still couldn't resist Connor once he opened up to her.

    Stacey :)

  17. Wow Stacey I read the excerpt and it was HOT! I'm curious as to what secret she is hiding. It sounds like a great read. Congratulations on your new release!

    user1123 AT comcast DOT net

  18. Congratulations on your new release. This sounds like it will be a very good book.

  19. You have already answered my questions so I will just leave a comment. I have this book on my wish list. I added it a couple of weeks ago. Thanks for the giveaway.

  20. I loved the excerpt for Saving Jenna as well as Saving Grace! Is it harder writing a M/F/M/M/M than a M/F/M? The dynamics both logistically and emotionally seem so much more complex. And like everyone else I can't wait to learn the secret. Any clues to Jenna's secret in Saving Grace?

  21. Thanks, Stacie, Sherry, and Jen!

    Stacey xo

  22. Kytaira,

    The sex scenes can be a bit harder with more men...but also more fun :)

    In Saving Grace there is no hint to either of Jenna's secrets. Her real identity and other secret are a surprise.