Jul 28

JUST ONE LIE is now live & so is the book trailer!

Irene at Literary Gossip made this amazing book trailer for my new release, Just One Lie and I absolutely love it! And I’m equally BLOWN AWAY by the amazing reviews coming in for this book!

Check these out!:

“Davis creates a fabulous tale of rejection, indulgence and redemption.”

RT (4 1/2 Stars!)


“Just One Lie took me on an emotional ride, unlike any book I’ve read before.”

Naomi Reading Palace (5 Stars)


“Kyra is an amazing writer.  Her stories are brilliant.  She finds a way to make the reader think about life.”

Reading & Writing Between The Wines (5 Stars)

Kyra created a beautifully flawed set of characters in Just One Lie….There was a good combination of love and lust and it made the whole storyline that much more explosive.

Got Nikki (5 stars)


Just One Lie is off the charts amazing.

The Geekery Book Review (5 Stars)


I truly loved this story…oh the emotions I went through…I laughed, I cried for more than a few reasons, I was angry and I literally at times felt peace

The Literary Gossip (5 Stars)

I’ve found my favorite book of the year. In fact, it now sits very comfortable in my top ten books ever.

Jessy’s Book Club (6 stars...she added an extra star just for this book!!)


I could list these reviews for DAYS! But you can find many of them on your own at Amazon, B&N, iTunes and Google Play.

This book is incredibly close to my heart and I would really love for you to weigh in on the conversation too! Once you read the book, be sure to leave a review on your favorite bookseller’s website. Regardless of whether you love it or hate it, your thoughts are valuable to readers everywhere! To find out more about the story, be sure to check here!




Jun 22

Mr. Dade is embracing FREE love in JUST ONCE MORE ❤

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The romance that began with my New York Times bestselling novel Just One Night continues with the FREE eshort Just Once More. I wrote this story as a gift to my readers and I just can’t wait to hear your thoughts! Once you’ve read it, please post a review to your favorite book retailer’s website. Regardless of whether your review is good, bad or meh, I want your opinions to be heard!

But be forewarned, Just Once More won’t be free forever, so be sure to pick it up before the retailers put an end to the free love!

Here are the buy links:

Kindle: http://bitly.com/1MY5yBR
Nook: http://bit.ly/1I8OkSR
iTunes: http://apple.co/1K5PtfH
Kobo: http://bit.ly/1GufrCq

Want to talk about Mr. Dade with me in person? Join me at LOVE N. VEGAS between July 17th and 19th! I’ll have some VERY fun swag and most importantly, I’ll have early copies of JUST ONE LIE for sale there as well!

11416744_10203968612450078_1377879157_o (2)Hope you can join me and happy reading!!

Apr 17

Popping My Romance Convention Cherry

It’s been an eventful couple of years. In 2013 I hit the NYT bestsellers list for the first time…and then did it twice more in that same year (woo-hoo!),  then moved to a new place and reunited and got engaged to the love of my life. In 2014 I released book 1 & 2 of The Pure Sin series, got married to the love of my life and moved again! And now? Well, I have an eshort and book coming out this summer (both part of the JUST ONE NIGHT series) and I’m going to my very first romance conventions! Starting with…

11146102_412237038954717_3858217776743734983_nThis takes place on May 30th at The Crowne Plaza in NYC!!! Tickets are only $10 and proceeds go to Avon’s Walk For Breast Cancer. There will be a signing, a meet & greet, shenanigans, the works! I’ve never been to a romance conference/convention before so I’ll probably be a little lost. Therefore I really need my readers to stop by to ease me through this! You can get tickets here and be sure to check out their Facebook page.  First people who come to my table get cookies, so don’t be late 😛

Can’t make it to New York? Then join me in Kasie and Mr. Dade’s old stomping grounds, Vegas


I’m going to be there from 17th-19th of July for some proper sinning. I’m bringing my husband along, filmmaker Rod Lurie, to assist. Maybe he’ll get inspired and come up with a romance-convention reality show or something…but not filmed in Vegas because what happens in Vegas…well. Be sure to visit the LOVE N VEGAS website to get more information about all the different parties and signing events and how to get tickets as well as get a sneak peek at the very pretty male models who will be there too. You can also check out their Facebook page and of course I have a little more info about both events on my event page.

Hope to see you soon!!

Sep 29

Literary Exhibitionism

 Literary Exhibitionism

Okay, I know I haven’t been very chatty lately. I’ve been busy doing things like writing, house-hunting and…oh yeah, getting married!!! I promise I’ll write more about that in the near future. But what brought me back today is friend and fellow New York Times bestselling author (still love saying that) Alina Adams. She’s launched a really interesting writing project that seems to be part exhibitionism, part performance art and part lunacy.  You see she’s writing a romance novel filled with drama, secrets, double-crosses, revenge, scheming, schemers and sex. So far this is my kind of book. Note I did not say it sounds like it’s going to be my kind of book. I said so far it is my kind of book. I can say that definitively because I’ve read part of it. And no, she didn’t send me the first few chapters. She didn’t have to because she’s writing it online, as in anyone who clicks this link can actually see her while she’s typing this thing. We can see her typos, we can see her delete, we can see her going back and rewriting sections or taking out entire passages all together. We can even give her advice in regards to what we think she should be writing and what’s good and bad about the sentence she’s writing as she’s writing it.

Personally I’d rather play Twister with Attila the Hun on a bed of hot coals than invite the world to judge me as I struggle through sentence after sentence.  Therefore when I found out Alina was doing this I had to know what on earth was going through her head.  That burning question lead to this interview. Hope you find it as interesting as I do!:

alina adams

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Jul 19

How I Found THE Dress For My Non-Traditional Wedding

Haven’t written in a  while…well, I’ve written, I just haven’t blogged. I’ve been busy finishing up DANGEROUS ALLIANCE (the sequel to DECEPTIVE INNOCENCE) and outlining what will be a JUST ONE NIGHT tie in book (now tentatively titled JUST ONE LIE).  Robert and Kasie will be in that one but they won’t be the main characters. That said, I will be writing a Robert and Kasie short story for the spring.

I’ve also been planning my wedding. I use the word “planning” very loosely because we’re not having a big event. We’re having a very small, private ceremony with just our immediate family in attendance.  Afterwards we’re having a few friends over to the house to celebrate with us. So again, it’s all very intimate and kick-back…

…except, for some reason, even the most casual weddings in the world aren’t that kickback. There are still things that need to be done. The rings, the legal stuff, even finding a decent evite can be time consuming. And then there’s the dress…

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Jun 07

YA & Romance Have True Value

One thing you who had a secure or happy childhood should understand about those of us who did not, we who control our feelings, who avoid conflicts at all costs or seem to seek them, who are hypersensitive, self-critical, compulsive, workaholic, and above all survivors, we’re not that way from perversity. And we cannot just relax and let it go. We’ve learned to cope in ways you never had to.
People talk-they sneer at escapism. Well, there are those of us who need it.
–Piers Anthony, sci-fi and fantasy author
Recently Ruth Graham wrote an article (featured in Slate magazine) that was titled: AGAINST YA. It’s subtitled: Adults should read what they want. But you should feel embarrassed if what you’re reading was written for children. Not long before that William Giraldi took on romance novels in the New Republic chastising women for reading them. Specifically he took on FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, but out of apparent concern that readers might be tempted to mistake his article as legitimate criticism of one book, he clarifies his position by stating that, “romance novels, like racists, tend to be the same wherever you turn.”
YA & Romance Have True Value

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