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NEW Story from Mischief Books/Harper Collins: Paranormal Erotica

Published October 21, 2013 by ellenheights

My story, DEMONBOUND, is included in this wonderful new anthology –Paranormal Erotica from Mischief Books on the 24th of October!
















“Demombound” follows the risky adventures of a wayward witch, when a summoning spell goes wrong and presents her with a lot more than she bargained for.


Just two days later, on the 26th, my shape-shifter story “The Night Shift” will be released by Silver Publishing as part of their special Halloween series Magic and Mayhem.




















“The Night Shift” is the story of Gwen, who falls for her gorgeous shifter neighbour Jason – even after discovering that his family are shape-shifting bears. When Jason and his brothers are framed by a pack of local werewolves for a murder they didn’t commit, she realises that their love – and their lives – are in the balance.

So, how AWESOME is it that I have two stories launching just for Halloween? 😀 I’m so excited; Halloween is gonna be special this year.

I shall carve a celebratory pumpkin and scoff many a toffee apple. Huzzah!


NEW RELEASE! A Pre-Date Encounter & Giveaway!

Published January 6, 2013 by ellenheights

Finally, my sparkle story A Pre-Date Encounter has been released! To celebrate, I’m giving away TWO books to TWO winners! Leave a comment to be entered, and you can get A Pre-Date Encounter and Three Men and a Christmas Goddess for free!

I shall dub today Snippet Sunday! Here’s a sneak-peak at what’s to come:
















Copyright Ellen Heights 2013, A Pre-Date Encounter.

When I got home from work, I flicked on the light and dumped my bags by the door. I took a quick shower, and at eleven thirty, stuck noodles in the microwave before eating them over the sideboard. Tonight had been a late one at work, and I was ready to settle in for the evening. Being twenty-two, this was my first “real” job with a publishing company on Baker Street, and I’d been trying to make a good impression.

I checked my phone and, unsurprisingly, there were no texts other than the one yesterday from my service provider. I threw the phone on my lumpy couch, then went to the kitchen and tossed my empty bowl in the sink. Fuck men, I thought; who needed call backs anyway?

I kicked off my comfortable work shoes then tugged off my blouse and vest before peeling off my tights and slipping my skirt down. I put on my old Iron Maiden T-shirt and slipped into bed, grateful for the cool sheets against my skin after a long, hard day. I’d been packing up mail to send out for marketing purposes, and I’d given myself more paper-cuts than I had gotten as a child making Christmas cards.

It began to rain. Soon the wind picked up and rattled my little single-glazed window. I stared into the blackness, seeing only the reflection of myself and a mirror-world version of my room. I admired my long hair and combed my fingers through it, rain pattering against my reflected face like teardrops.

Suddenly a thought came to me, causing my heart leap and begin thumping hard. I hadn’t checked my emails. Sitting on the bed, I flipped open my laptop, logged into my email account, and, as if in answer to a wish, one was waiting for me.

It was from the dating site.

I was a little dissatisfied with the male sex right now, so I’d figured I’d try a new strategy. This dating site was my solution, I was sure of it.

I’d loved scrolling through profile after profile, picking and choosing the men who attracted me. This stuff was like a catalogue arranged just for me.

Better still, it was full of the type of men I was most interested in–older men.

I sucked in a deep breath, tucked my hair behind my ears, and clicked open the email. It was the guy I was really hoping to hear back from. His email said:

Hi Amy!

Thank you for your message. I’m flattered you wanted to talk to me. To answer your first question, yes, I do have some pretty appalling tastes in music. I apologise for writing the names Black Sabbath and Fleetwood Mac together on the same page; it was naughty of me. Hopefully you can forgive me.

To answer your second question, the answer is yes: I’d love to meet up with you.

So, Amy, here’s the real question: How’s tomorrow for you?

I let out a little squeal of delight as I read it. Tomorrow, he’d said! So he was mature, funny, decisive, and prompt. So far, so perfect.

Coming Soon: A Pre-Date Encounter! (COVER REVEAL & TEASER)

Published December 2, 2012 by ellenheights


Yes, yes, generic short story cover – but it’s for A Pre-Date Encounter!! Watch out for this baby coming out in January.

I may be hosting a couple of give-aways soon, so stay t00ned! 😉

















Copyright Ellen Heights 2012, all rights reserved, Silver Publishing inc

Oh God, oh God. Now I’d gone and done it. I’d unconsciously invited him into my cubicle and now he must be thinking I was some sort of slut. All right, I had intended to lead him on a little, but not like that.

Or had I? Had that been my intention, deep down? Had the mysterious woman who’d taken up residence inside me changed my mind as well as my voice?

I decided it was the dress’s fault. With the zip still undone, I advanced to the curtain with the intention of apologising, or excusing myself, or something. Anything. It might have meant the end of our date before it had even started, but it was better than nothing. Why hadn’t I gotten the hang of this stuff yet?

I was reaching for the curtain when it suddenly opened. He stepped in and closed it behind him.

I stared up at him, smelling his cologne, breathing in his scent. That look was still in his eyes, and I was still in my dress. . Breathe, just breathe.

I’d opened my lips to speak, with no idea what I was going to say, when he grabbed me by the hips and kissed me.

Just like I’d dreamed, his stubble rasped against my skin, and his hands were warm and his lips strong and moist. Without thinking, I wrapped my arms around his neck and delved in, my tongue sliding softly against his, my hands running through his hair.

I didn’t register what was happening, and I didn’t want to. I just wanted to keep feeling the way I was, my whole body exploding, my pussy moistening at the very touch of him. I didn’t even think of Roxanne catching us in this dressing room, fumbling around inside the only cubicle with its curtain closed. Someone only needed to enter the room and hear us…

Forget about it. Enjoy the moment.

He breathed heavily through his nose, and his kiss became more passionate. He slipped a hand inside my dress and touched my skin, the small of my back, the swell of my buttocks. He pulled his hand out and hoisted the dress up onto my hips, feeling all over me with his large, wandering hands. All the while he was kissing me with those strong, strong lips.

“Maybe we shouldn’t,” I whispered when we came up for air. I felt like I had to say something; this was completely crazy. But that wasn’t what I wanted, and my whole body was screaming that fact. He paused, holding me close to him, waiting for me to decide. I kissed him again. “Don’t stop,” I said.

He carried on kissing me, groping me, feeling me all over. At some point he slid down my knickers and they dropped to the floor. Now he had free rein of my lower body, and his hands explored all over…   ~

(Ellen Heights: A Pre-Date Encounter, Silver Publishing)

December Promo Scavenger Hunt With Free Holiday Story Book Give Away and Site Wide Discount Code Scramble

Published November 21, 2012 by ellenheights

Hi guys! So, my story Three Men and a Christmas Goddess will be published during the Christmas season with Silver Publishing, how have this exciting give away going on. You can win free ebooks and discount codes! READ ON OR YOU’LL MISS OUT! 🙂


Ellen x




Happy holidays! Silver Publishing wants to give our fans more than 60 chances to win either a free Holiday Story from our 25 Days of Christmas Releases or for a lucky random five 20% off codes! And if you are really dedicated there is a Word Scramble included that will provide a discount for titles purchased during the last week of December!

To make it even more exciting, the authors participating may offer new and interesting content or contests of their own to help distract from the frantic pace of the holidays.

So, how does it work?

In a nutshell: Find all the snowflakes every day, email us at with the author name/date for each snowflake you find, check our blog daily to see if you won and then use the pertinent snowflakes to spell out an additional discount code to use at the end of the month.

Not in a nutshell: Participants go to the following blogs every day in December and find the hidden snowflakes. There will be at least two, sometimes three snowflakes to be found among the list of facebook/blogs/websites below for our authors. The snowflake will look like a variation of this:

Find them all for the maximum amount of chances to win.

Once you find the snowflake, note the letter, number or character as well as the numerical indicator (if present) on the snowflake for the scramble. The numbered snowflakes will line up to spell out your discount code.

Email us at with the name of the blog/website where the snowflakes were hidden on that date.

Important email format: Please put only the name of one author and the date in your subject line – for maximum chances to win, each snowflake/author found should be its own email for an increased daily chance to win.

If your email subject line includes the correct answer you will be entered into a random drawing to win the Christmas Release for the day you found the snowflake. There will be at least 2 winners per day; five days there will be 3 winners.

Winners will be notified in our new BLOG here: = (bookmark this link so that you can check back each day.) If you are the winner for that day, email us with your email address and format desired to so that we can get your prize to you quickly.

Helpful hints: Some authors will have more than one snowflake during the event. But authors will only post one snowflake per day so search them all every day. Don’t leave any out for maximum chances to win.

Once you have found all the snowflakes, line up the letters, characters and numbers based on the numerical indicator (when present) to spell out our Holiday message and receive a discount code that will be active from Dec 25 – 31st.

Not every participating author has a Holiday release but you’ll want to collect the snowflake on their site for another chance to win the story being released that day. And…they might have one of the five valuable discount snowflakes we’ve hidden with your chance to win that day.

If the authors are running additional contests, take advantage for additional ways to win throughout the month.

Here is your list and GOOD LUCK!

Ellen Heights – author of Three Men and a Christmas Goddess

Mathilde Watson:

Andi Anderson

Lillian Frances – author of When Love Flue In

Azura Ice – author of Wrapped Around Your Handlebars

Ashlynn Monroe – author of A Most Unexpected Gift

SJD Peterson

EM Lynley

Gregg A. Endless

Elinor Gray

Emma Paul

Caitlin Ricci

Vona Logan

M.A. Stacie

Dawn H. Hawkes

Meredith Russell

R.J. Scott

Lisa Worrall


Jessica E. Subject

RC Bonitz

Lexi Ander

Sarah Bella

William Cooper

D. McEntire

T. C. Archer

Tarah Scott

The Mischief Corner

Lily Harlem

Maria MoonStar

S.A. Garcia

Marie Ashley

Eve Tesoro

Silver Blog

Scarlet Blackwell – author of Homeless at Christmas
Link: Neilsen – author of A Moon-Runner Christmas

TN Tarrant – author of A Not So Straight Christmas
Karly Maddison – author of A Puppy for Christmas
Toni Griffin – author of A Very Holland Christmas
Cheyenne Meadows – author of Christmas with Mesa
Heidi Lynn Anderson – author of Christmas Longing
LM Brown – author of Someone Like You
Vicktor Alexander – author of Chocolate Vanilla Swirl
Jannie Lund – author of Clear as Glass
Piper Whitney – author of Fractured Heart
Nicole Dennis – author of 7 Days of Christmas
Kim Fielding – author of Joys R Us
Silvia Violet – author of Needing a Little Christmas
Elyzabeth M. VaLey – author of Punishing Santa
Freddy MacKay – author of Snowed
Annabelle Jacobs – author of Snowflakes and Strangers
Pelaam – author of Christmas Magic
Rebecca Leigh – author of The Angel’s Fall
N Phillips – author of The Christmas Mix Up
Grace Roselyn – author of The Treasure of Christmas

Cover Reveal: Three Men and a Christmas Goddess from Silver Publishing!

Published October 15, 2012 by ellenheights

Yippeee! So Silver Publishing’s Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow will be releasing my story over the Christmas period. This is the cover artwork, which I believe is the same for every story, except of course the title and story type as described on the adorable little tag up top!

It’s uber cute! Much better than my unofficial covers, though I do love doing those – I just can’t resist. ^_-

TheBookVlogger reviews Madeline!

Published September 5, 2012 by ellenheights


So my short story, Madeline, got a great review from TheBookVlogger! It’s so nice to have my work featured in a video! Good thing we have all this new-fangled technology eh? Anyway, check out her channel for other book reviews.

She mentioned a couple of typos, which is annoying seeing as it was previously published, but I haven’t come across them myself. Not to worry, she said they were minor so I should be able to fix them right away. In the meantime, go over to the Madeline or Girls Who Bite page to see what people are saying about it!