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Jock extraordinaire, Mitch Lewis, is seriously lusting after his roommate. His big, black, bookish roommate, Benji Lewis. Oh, and his Professor too. When their restraint snaps, Mitch and Benji give a new meaning to ‘if the truck’s a rockin’ don’t come a-knockin’.’
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Olive is a nerdy girl with a pen, a notepad and a dirty, dirty mind! She’s a purveyor of smutty sexy stories of hot alpha men, the odd cute girl and more hot guys. The more the merrier in fact.
Her stories always end happily. After all, what’s better than a happy ending… or three.
Olive also writes sweet and sexy erotic romance as Ann Grech. Check out all of Ann’s books at www.anngrech.com
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Sydney West Novel, Book 1
this year, one refuses to be a one-night stand…
Twenty-one-year-old Sydney doesn’t believe in
relationships. Her parents’ toxic divorce has taught her love is nothing but a
sinister fairytale. So every summer she parties, hooks up, abandons her lover
before dawn, and repeats.
That is until she meets gorgeous local surfer Jason King at
When Jason fails to flirt—or even give her a
second glance—she decides something must be wrong with him, and it’s safer to
stay away. But when Sydney and Jason’s best friends hook up and become Malibu’s
hottest couple, they are forced to spend more time together than either of them
Armed with a sharp tongue, Sydney works to keep Jason at bay…
In a moment of weakness, Sydney lets her guard
down and confides in Jason, realizing he’s more than just a hot guy—he’s also a
friend. And when Sydney’s need for a summer boy results in her falling into bed
with Jason, despite her better judgment, she runs away from him by morning.
The problem is, he won’t accept being another one-night
stand, and will do anything to prove…
Love really does exist.
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Coon graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of
Science in Communication and a minor in Film and Media Production. Brittney has
always been creative and turned to writing to share the stories playing through
her head. In her spare time she reads, watches Friends, attends rock concerts, and hangs out with her cats. She
currently lives in Arizona.
Title: The Real Winner
Author: KV Rider
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing
What would you do for your best friend?
What would you do for family?
When the two combine, do you make a choice?
Watch what happens when you combine friendship and family.
Casey wins the chance of a lifetime, to learn how to run a ranch of her own. Unfortunately, Jason, the ranch owner, runs it as a men only operation. When Casey shows up to claim her prize, Jason doesn’t want her there. Fearing a lawsuit, he gives in, assigning her busywork that frustrates and infuriates her.
Jason finds he has a protective streak where Casey’s concerned. He does his best to ignore her, but can’t. When a series of suspicious mishaps occur, Jason wants Casey gone, but once Casey gets attacked, Jason can’t let her go. After an unexpected night together, Jason knows he’ll always want Casey in his life. But Casey has no memory of it, leaving Jason feeling used and confused. Had he imagined their night together?
Follow Jason and Casey along their path of mystery, murder and romance as they find their way through their journey. Can Jason protect Casey long enough to convince her to build a life together on their ranch?
As his lips claimed hers, he wanted to consume all of her in the kiss. He realized somewhere in the back of his head that she wasn’t fighting him. She was standing there, stiff against him and the wall, and he softened the hold on her arms, still not wanting to let go, unsure if he was even able to let her go. He wrapped his arms around her, holding her into him, drawing her closer. He caressed her with his fingertips, urging her to come closer toward him, trying not to force anything on her. He wanted her to have a say, but he wasn’t so sure of himself. He wasn’t so sure if he’d be able to let her go if that was what she wanted.
She tasted the way he thought she would, and he lost himself in the kiss.
Suddenly, Casey was kissing him back, and he knew she was there with him when their mouths started dancing the slow seductive dance, testing the angles that would give them more of each other. He sipped the heat from her, transferring his own to her, letting her know that this would end in a fast and wild dance. A dance that only the two of them would share.
I was born in Euclid, Ohio, living in Wickliffe until I was seven. It was then that we moved to a small town in Kentucky. I married young and still live in that small town with my husband. We have three children, a daughter-in-law, and three (almost four now!) grandchildren. Our parents all live close by, as well as our children. I love watching my birds on the deck and having herb gardens and trees. My pinterest account is mostly filled with books I love reading and also on gardening ideas.
I’ve always enjoyed writing. It wasn’t until the death of my middle sister, that I found that I could escape my daily life in writing, it was a great way to deal with the mourning process. The only sharing I did during this time was for extra credit in school and for my friends and family.
My desire to write took a side-burner when I had children of my own. But with time passing, the stories became more like little movies and I knew I needed to write again. As I worked on this book, I never thought I would do anything with it, but as time passed, I knew I wanted to share it! One of my favorite authors, Susan Mallery was going to be at a convention. She kept posting about the RT convention, and so I ended up going to my first one. I learned a lot there and made some wonderful friends (Monica, Damon, and Stephanie), but most importantly, it gave me direction. The second one I attended, I submitted my book to the company I fell in love with through Monica.
I work as a paramedic and love this job also! It’s very rewarding as it is also stressful! EMS does not get the justification as it should, especially when EMS and firefighting are two separate identities as in most smaller communities. Most of my off time is filled with family and getting the time to just stay at home.
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Candlemoth Book 3
A Holy City Romance
‘A Twist of Fate’ by Pauline West
Genre: Steamy New Adult, Romance
As Lily and Ry are reunited, the lovers are caught in a tragedy that changes their lives forever. Boldly sensual and deeply inspiring, this installment in the Candlemoth series will have you on the edge of your seat all the way to its soaring finish.
His mouth slack with desire, red with kissing. Ry bent to my neck, his hand fucking me expertly, relentlessly.
“Oh, oh, you’re so fucking hot I can’t even-”
“What’s that?” Ry said, his voice a raspy purr.
“What’s that, Lily?”
His steady, deep, hunting rhythm. He had me right on the edge. His touch strayed back along my cleft to rest alongside the tight bud of flesh at my back.
I tried to squirm away but had nowhere to go. “Hey, you’ve got me between a rock and a hard place, here,” I said, laughing nervously.
Ry slowed, still exploring. He circled pressingly, his free hand wrapped around the side of my hip, pinning me where he wanted. I loved how big his hands were, but the very bigness of Ry meant he could pin me like a butterfly. Worst of all, it felt wonderful. Even as shame began to lick at me hotly.
I felt ragingly shy. “I can’t…”
Ry wouldn’t let me go.
My eyes sparked on his. “Please, I can’t-”
Just when I thought I couldn’t bear his strokes any longer, Ry moved sideways, massaging the inner muscles of the back of my ass.
The thumb of Ry’s hand at my waist still stroked me soothingly. I wrapped my arms around him, trying to let myself go, to float in him. But whenever I thought about what he was doing, what he was trying to do and where he was doing it, I’d get so embarrassed I’d squirm away from him again. The sunlight throbbed.
“Oh, I don’t know, I don’t know, I just don’t want to-”
“I love your crazy talk when you go out of your mind.” Ry kissed my cheek hard, and then found my mouth, working me open. Soon I was panting into him again, my hips lifting for his. Pleasure strobed as we drank, sucking, our tongues shamelessly wet.
“You trust me, baby?” Ry said.
His touch tipped inside me, pulsing. I felt myself open; flowers gasped candent in the sun.
“I could watch your face forever,” he said.
“I’d die, you feel so good, you feel too good-”
“Ssh, ssh, relax, just let it. Just let me know you.” The sound of Ry’s voice curled through me as his touch slid, a metronome of desire.
Quickening in me.
This overwhelming fullness.
Ry covered me with kisses. “You’re so, so soft. I love touching you all over.” He grinned. “Staking my claim.” He moved back, lingeringly, to stand above me, his frame commanding even as he was dwarfed amongst the hugeness of rock and forest, the mountains in the distance. He began unbuckling his jeans for me, teasingly slow.
OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES
A bold and independent free spirit from the foster system of small town South Carolina, Lily is a survivor with skeletons in her closet. She knows what she wants and how to get it. And a spoiled rich playboy is not part of her plan- but Ry is irresistible.
Steamy, exciting and beautifully written, this dramatic romance will appeal to fans of Sylvia Day.
Book One in the Holy City Romance series about a wild and fun-loving group of twenty-somethings in Charleston, South Carolina.
“The masterpiece of my life was having learned how to glass myself inward, burying my heart so deep I didn’t even know where it was buried.” – Lily Inoue
Lily is a bold, passionate free thinker from small town South Carolina. Fiercely self reliant, the same strength that helped Lily survive a traumatic upbringing makes it difficult for her to trust anyone, especially Ry Calhoun. When Ry’s political obligations and Lily’s rising notoriety in Charleston threaten their relationship, Lily arrives into her most reckless act yet- and at incredible cost.
The scorching second installment in the Holy City Romance series of steamy romance novels about a wild, fun-loving group of twenty-somethings in Charleston, South Carolina.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Pauline West is a bookworm, trail runner and bourbon lover. Her hobbies include mild hypochondria and ill-advised matchmaking. For more romantic stories about Charleston, follow West on Pauline-West.com and Amazon for news on the Candlemoth: Holy City Romance novels, as well as her upcoming series, Evening’s Land: a Gothic Fantasy.
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Troy – Into The Light (Book 1)
By JJ Harper
Cover Reveal – November 10 2016
Troy – Into the Light Book One
Troy grabs his bags and, shoving in as much of his belongings as he can, he clambers out of his bedroom window. He can hear the shouts and arguments starting up and his name being called. Not able to face his parents, Troy runs away.
Leaning against the wall of the club, Troy’s eyes are drawn to the dark-haired man dancing fluidly with another man. Their eyes meet and Troy’s life changes in the blink of an eye. Inexplicably drawn to each other, they meet on the dance floor. Tremors course over Troy’s body as the handsome stranger touches him.
“I’ve been waiting for you. I don’t know how or why, but I know that you are mine.” As he leans in, he whispers in my ear, “I’m Franco; I am the man you’ve been waiting for, too.” Troy’s life alters irrevocably in that instant as he falls for the handsome, Italian man.
As they build their life together Troy and Franco discover true love, a love so deep they can’t be apart.
I hold his head against my body and, no longer able to hold back my emotions or my words, I stutter, “I love you,” into his hair as my lips cover his head with kisses. “I love you also, Troy. I never knew such a feeling was possible.” Franco whispers against my chest as I hold him.
Brent Parker, a 26-year-old Investment Banker, is a Dom on the lookout for a new Sub. He wants a young woman he can train.
Cynthia Carmichael is a 20-year-old Private Secretary, the only daughter of a possessive and over-protective Diplomat.
When Brent and Cynthia come together at a society wedding, sparks fly.
Brent resolves to give the gorgeous, fiery tempered girl, a wide berth, but he can’t seem to banish her from his thoughts.
Could she be the Sub he’s been searching for?
The day was warm, perfect for a garden reception. The view over Sydney Harbour was breathtakingly stunning. Brent noted, most people took advantage of it by standing at the bottom of the reception venue’s grounds.
“Yoohoo! Brent.” A high pitched voice screeched from directly behind him. His shoulders tightened as he cringed.
Brent let out an audible groan as he turned to watch Melody Wilson totter down to where he stood with his friends, Pete French and Jackson Bligh. The men had been his close friends throughout school and remained so. All three men perused Melody’s body as she sashayed toward them.
“Could that dress get any shorter?” Jack asked, licking his lips.
“I don’t know how she walks in those shoes. How do the heels not sink into the grass?” As the words left Pete’s lips, Melody’s six-inch heels lodged in the grass sending her toppling toward them.
Jack wore her Martini down the front of his Pierre Cardin suit. Seconds later, Pete finished up on his back on the ground. Melody sprawled out on top of him.
Brent erupted in laughter which drew twin glares from his friends. He reached down and assisted a now bawling Melody to her feet. She attempted to attach herself to his chest, but Brent stood her away. He’d had his fill of prima-donna, spoilt, rich brats.
As Brent turned to help Pete to his feet, Melody was led away by her friends.
The three men returned to their discussion, relieved to be rid of her.
“I don’t know what it is about that woman, but she irritates the hell out of me.” Pete brushed grass from his suit.
Brent nodded in silent agreement.
“Is she seeing anyone at the moment?” Jack asked, dabbing at the moisture on his shirt.
Brent and Pete’s jaws dropped open, and they stared at him in disbelief.
“Don’t tell me you would consider going out with her?” Pete asked.
“She might be a good fuck, you never know.” Jack grinned at his friends.
“Even a good fuck wouldn’t be worth putting up with everything else about her. Leave it be, Jack.” Pete warned.
“I agree with Pete on this one, Jack. Melody would run off to daddy if she doesn’t get what she wants and you could find yourself in all sorts of shit. It wouldn’t be a lot of fun trying to convince the Deputy Prime Minister his daughter is a lying slut.”
Jack sighed. “Oh well, one can but wonder.”
“Wonder about someone with a less dangerous daddy.” Brent reiterated.
A waiter offered them fresh drinks from a tray, and all three men helped themselves to a lemon, lime, and bitters. None of them ever drank at these social occasions; they had reputations to protect.
“The meal will be served in twenty minutes gentlemen. A bell will ring five minutes before you are required to be seated.”
“Thank you.” Brent acknowledged.
About the Author
I have always loved to write and have a vivid and overactive imagination.
In my spare time, when I’m not writing, I love to walk, read and shop.
I believe no mountain is too hard to climb, no river is too wide to span and no journey is too difficult to complete. I follow my dreams and I urge and encourage others to do the same.
With a positive attitude, the impossible can become possible.
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