Clan Destine Encounters is the new home for great Aussie romance and erotica.
Here our authors might all be Australian but their stories of desire and passion are universal - much like love itself.
Whatever your fancy - a gentle or passionate romance, a tryst of fiery passion, an encounter of sizzling sex - there will be an Encounters book to suit your mood.
Our tales - both long and short - of lusty liaisons or happy-ever-afters also dip into every genre and criss-cross all the boundaries.
Discounts, specials and flat-rate postage
From now on and henceforth we here at Clan HQ are offering some fantastic Booky deals to all our website customers.
New Encounters Website Prices
Every paperback will be available from our website only at 15% off the rrp.
This makes a $27 book $22.95.
It makes a $22 book $18.70
Postage for one or more books - anywhere within Australia - will be a flat $5.
Buy one get one free - on specific eBooks.
Sarah Evans talks about her latest book which, as it happens, is not a CDP book. We don't mind though; in fact we love it that our authors spread themselves around.
Sarah is over at the 'boutique online Aussie romance publisher Steam eReads chatting about Prudence and the Mighty Flynn.
Clan Destine Press is delighted to announce the launch of our first Digital First title for 2013.
Breakaway Creek by Heather Garside is a rural romance novel set in outback Queensland.
A dual-timeline tale set in the 19th and 21st centuries, Breakaway Creek is a passionate story of love and its consequences.
Two city women - a century apart - find love and adventure in the Outback. Shelley and Emma, and the men they come to love, are separated by time but bound by a dark secret to a place called Breakaway Creek.
or how my characters keep coming back...
Have you ever not wanted to finish reading a book?
Not because you hated it, but because you loved the characters so much you didn’t want their story to end?
Well, that’s how I felt about Dance with the Devil… and I was writing the darn thing!
It made me realise how often I get frustrated when I had to leave the characters I had grown to love – the ones that other authors create.