A snippet of conversation between the leads, Dillon and Heather, in my upcoming best-friends-to-lovers book, Dropping the Ball…
Her eyes were closed, her breathing even.
“God, my arms are killing me,” he said as he stared down at her. “I knew you’d gained weight, but damn.”
Her eyes flew open and she sat straight up. “Excuse me?”
“Thought that might get your attention.”
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From my Halloween themed erotica short story, On the Rox…
But where to find this man who was destined to rock her world?
As she stepped out of the shower, she smiled. Of course. The costume party. Roxanne only had to make sure she truly kept an open mind.
If she did, there was no telling what she could get into tonight.
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From The Scheme of Things, coming October 15th from Crimson Romance, a snippet of conversation between my leads, Cassie and Eric…
“Steven asked if you loved me.”
“And I said yes.”
“You said,” she sighed and mimicked his resigned tone, “‘I love her.’”
He just looked at her.
“You made it sound unpleasant.”
“Maybe it is.”
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From my upcoming Halloween-themed erotica short story, Taking Candy…
“Oh yeah, he’ll be coming if I have anything to say about it.”
From what she’d heard from a friend of a friend, Brett was not only single, he’d been that way for the last month. In other words, he was ripe for the picking. Surely no one in their right mind needed more than a month before putting themselves on the market. Besides, Candy wasn’t interested in being his baby’s mama or anything crazy like that.
No, what she wanted Brett for had nothing to do with picket fences or wedding vows.
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From my Liquid Silver Books novella, Awful Good Girl…
“Not that you need it, but it may make you feel better about yourself to get prettied up.” Linda put her coffee cup on the table. “You’re beautiful. I just want you to work what you’ve got.”
Oh, she worked what she had. Just never at the library.
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