IndieWritersReview Welcomes The New Orleans Hot House and Just Desserts by Francesca Elizabeth Miller (a.k.a. Lee Rene) Featured Spotlight!

Happy Monday All! Today I’m happy that IndieWritersReview is host to Author  Francesca Elizabeth Miller (writing as Lee Rene)  and her releases The New Orleans Hot House and Just Desserts! I also look forward to chatting with the author tonight on IndieReview Behind The Scenes Radio podcast at 8pmcst/9pmest! Make sure to join us! Click here:IndieReview Behind The Scenes Radio.

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Author website

Lee Rene website


My name is Francesca Elizabeth Miller. I’m a Los Angeles based writer who worked for years as an entertainment journalist and movie reviewer in print, on-line and radio. My interests are American history, cinema with an interest in silent movies, Pre-Code Hollywood and classic films, and contemporary Gothic literature. I write Young Adult Fiction with strong female protagonists, co-authored a biography of Sarah Bernhardt, two articles published by The Lancet, and a well-received article for the prestigious British publication, History Today. I’m a member of Romance Writers of America, the Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, (SCBWI) and the International Press Academy.
My interest main interest is New Adult and my writing is moving in that direction. Although I’ve written three unpublished Young Adult manuscripts, my first published work as Lee Rene was The New Orleans Hothouse, a 54,000 erotic romance set in 1950s New Orleans. It’s a raunchy work with a male protagonist, a young Jewish guy named Danny Rothstein, who travels to New Orleans from Las Vegas for a hotel deal. A product of the button-down fifties, Danny thinks he knows everything about women. His life falls apart when he meets Yvette Delacroix, a cigarette girl who has sampled life on the wild side.
My links:
I’m thrilled to meet other writers, bloggers, reviewers, editors, and those involved in publishing.  I write dark Young Adult fiction with strong female protagonists.  Loose Id released my erotic romance, The New Orleans Hothouse, written under the nom de plume, Lee Rene.
I’d love a follow on my Amazon author page –
My website is located at with a portal leading to my erotic romance writing alter-ego, Lee Rene,
I always follow back on those who follow me on Twitter at
I have three facebook fan pages,
I also have boards on Pinterest
My romance name is Lee Rene and I have a page –

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Strip bars, the shadowy world of clandestine sex clubs, and the scorching encounters between Danny Rothstein and liberated heroine are some of the provocative elements in The New Orleans Hothouse, an erotic romance set in the noir splendor of 1950s’ New Orleans. The New Orleans Hothouse is an explicit glimpse at the carnal underworld of New Orleans and unlike many erotic romances, the novel gives the reader a male point of view.

Danny Rothstein, a handsome young casino owner, leaves Las Vegas for New Orleans. Danny is a product of the button-down fifties and thinks he knows everything about women. His life comes apart at the seams when he meets Yvette Delacroix, a nineteen-year-old cigarette girl who has sampled life on the wild side. After a dark encounter in a sex club, the two embark on a torrid romance that challenges everything Danny believes about female sexuality and love. At the end of Danny’s passionate journey, he learns bad girls can be very good indeed.

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Feast on this collection of 22 Contemporary and Paranormal/Sci-Fi/Fantasy Erotic stories from bestselling, award-winning and multi-published authors, in this limited-time anthology. All stories are exclusive new content and can be read without reading the series, but will be icing on the cake for readers loyal to each saga.

JUST DESSERTS – A Collection of Bite-Sized Delights 
22 Bestselling, award-winning and multi-published authors bring you the naughtiest delights.


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