Spotlight 3 – Rhian Cahill Winner

The winner of Rhian’s first book One Night in Bangkok is Karen H. in NC.

This week’s spotlight features my critique partner Rhian. In the past year, Rhian has become a wonderful friend and trusted reviewer of my writing. I never have to worry about her sugar-coating anything! LOL.

Her first book, One Night in Bangkok, was released at Noble Publishing in April. It’s a terrific story and I happen to have a bit of insider information that says this is just the beginning. The next book in her Passport to Passion series, Singapore Fling has been written and submitted and while touring the US this spring, she ‘researched’ the third book, Naked In New York. I’ll let your minds wander over the researching she did! LOL

She’s also working on a fan-damn-tastic trilogy of coyote shifter stories that I’d love to see published at Samhain–SOON. She’s gotten rather used to my nagging, I’m afraid.

Here are the details on her first published book. I have no doubts there will be many, many more in her future!


One Night in Bangkok by Rhian Cahill

One night in Bangkok is all it takes to turn Beth Martin’s future plans upside down. After being betrayed by her fiance the last thing she needs is another man screwing up her life. But Tom is different. He makes her feel sensations long forgotten, makes her want in ways best left unspoken. Can she live out her wildest fantasies in one decadent night? And when it’s over, can she walk away, or will what she doesn’t want prove to be what she needs?

Copyright 2016. All rights reserved.

Posted July 5, 2009 by Mari Carr in category "Uncategorized


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  2. By Karen H in NC on

    Hi Rhian,

    Congratulations on being the spotlight author this week. Not only does your first book sound good, but the titles of the other 2 books in this series sound pretty good too. I wonder, will all you book titles reflect your extensive travels?

  3. By Natasha A. on

    I love the idea of you all (as in writers) and your research! Oh the things you could write off in your taxes! 😀

  4. By Melissa Conatser on

    I’ll bet all that “research” was really hard work! LOL

    I like the sounds of the coyote shifter trilogy!

  5. By Mari on

    Sounds like an interesting book. I love Bangkok, actually I really like Thailand. Has anyone been to the tiger temple?

  6. By Caffey on

    Oh Coyote Shifters! Those I haven’t read before. So much to look forward to of yours Rhian!!

    Hi too Mari!

  7. By Rhian Cahill on

    Suck lovely comments. Thanks everyone.
    Karen H the Passport To Passion Collection will be set in many different locations around the world so they will definitely have titles reflecting that.
    Natasha my research in New York was the best. I checked out the Museum of Sex. And yes there is one. *grin*
    Mari I’ve never been to the tiger temple but I’ll surely look it up next time.
    Caffey and Melissa the coyotes are coming along and hopefully they’ll get picked up real soon.

  8. By Sue R. on

    Hi Rhian. I am late in stumbling into the Summer Spotlight. Congrats on being Spotlight 3. I love the titles of your novels and the first book sounds delicious. I am definitely looking forward to the next one and to your cayote trilogy. Who doesnt love shapeshifters? 😀

  9. By Karin on

    Rhian is a new author to me, but One Night in Bangkok sounds like it’ll be a good read.

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