Monthly Archives:: February 2016

$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED copy of The Glided Cuff and an exclusive swag bag by Lauren Smith

$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED copy of The Glided Cuff and an exclusive swag bag by Lauren Smith

“What can I get you?” Mr. Tall and Sexy shifted slightly, allowing Kat to slip into the space next to him, their shoulders and arms touching as she answered. “I’ll have a pint of Nelson’s Revenge, please.” The stranger next to her chuckled. “Are you sure about that?” he asked. “That’s a stiff drink and likely to bring tears to your eyes.” There was a hint of teasing in his tone, and Kat couldn’t resist responding. “I’m sure. Besides, I’m more likely to start crying at the sight of a butterfly than a stout ale.” She laughed, then realized what’d she said and blushed. The man angled his body toward her, propping one arm on the counter as he stared down at her. “Butterflies make you cry? What on earth for? Don’t tell me you’re afraid of them.” Humor heated those blue-green eyes of his, and she felt an answering… Read more »

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$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED paperbacks of The On The Ropes Series by Aly Martinez

$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED paperbacks of The On The Ropes Series by Aly Martinez

“That wasn’t yours to take away,” he exploded into the otherwise silent night. His words echoed off the surrounding buildings, each wave slicing me to the quick all over again. “That was our place. Not yours.” His voice cracked right alongside my heart. “Yeah, well, there was a lot of stuff that wasn’t yours to take either.” I held his gaze, desperately trying to be strong, but as his eyes grew wide, I whimpered. His long legs strode forward, stopping only inches away from me. He was crowding me, but he still leaned in closer to my face. “There is nothing in this world that was ever more mine than you,” he stated. Though it was the absolute truth, I wished with all my heart that it were a lie. “Till,” I cried, swiping the tears from my eyes. “Why!” he shouted, causing his muscles to tense under the force…. Read more »

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$20 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED copy of Shuttergirl by CD Reiss

$20 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED copy of Shuttergirl by CD Reiss

I stroked his hair, waist deep in peace, all worry gone for the moment, and floating in no more than an ocean of gratitude. I must have been more vulnerable than I realized, or he’d reopened some wound with his kindness, because though my sweet reverie stayed, as the minutes passed, a layer of need fitted itself on top of it. I needed to tell him, if not the details, the outlines of who I was. “I want you to know,” I whispered, starting somewhere small, then everything I didn’t want to say spilled out. “I have stuff. I’ve never been to jail, but you know, it’s stuff, and it’s ugly, and it scares me. Because, I mean, you’re so perfect, and I’m… I’m just a mess. I’m not whole. I’m a bunch of pieces of a person I cobbled together.” My eyes got wet when I thought of the… Read more »

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$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED paperback (reader’s choice of her titles) by Joey W. Hill

$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED paperback (reader’s choice of her titles) by Joey W. Hill

It wasn’t a surprise to see Geoff in her doorway. What held her motionless was how his gaze moved over both her and Chris. Thoroughly and possessively. His attention lighted on her thighs and breasts, her expression, the hand she had on Chris’s chest. He moved from there to a perusal of Chris’s big body, to the relaxed thighs and genitalia between them. Despite the intensity of the climax she’d just experienced, additional sensation pulsed between her legs when she saw no abatement in desire as Geoff’s focus shifted between them. She’d always thought Geoff wanted to top them both, but she hadn’t been sure. Until now. “Sam, can you call in a personal day?” he asked. Chris was stroking her back, teasing her snarled hair. It had been damp when he’d brought her in here, so it was likely a mess now. She’d have to wet it back down… Read more »

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$15 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED set of all her titles by Kate Stewart

$15 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED set of all her titles by Kate Stewart

“I spent three years crying over you, Dean Martin, wondering what in the hell I had done that was so bad to lose you. I thought it was Reiner and you are telling me you cared for me so much you had to stay away?” “That’s exactly what I’m telling you.” My heart was pounding as I laid it in her hands. “Bullshit,” she said, sliding her panties on and picking up her bag. “I’m no expert but I’m pretty sure when you care for someone you don’t abandon them and make them think they aren’t important. You tell them how much they mean to you, you touch them, you…you let them know you care…and you don’t fuck everyone they know and never speak to them again.” “Is that what this is about? Who I’ve slept with?” I already knew the answer. She pulled her skirt down and thought only… Read more »

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$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED copy of Black by T.L. Smith

$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED copy of Black by T.L. Smith

“They say I bring nothing but black, darkness. Though, when I’m with you, all I see is color, and fuck, it’s the best thing I’ve ever seen, Rose,” he says from between my breasts. I reach for my shirt and pull it free, then unclasp my bra. His head lifts while I do this, then he lays right back between them. His breath is heavy and hot on my nipple. My body shakes, excitement fills me. He does this to me, puts all the right emotions back into me. How could someone with what they say is a black soul do such things to another human being? He isn’t what they say, not when he’s with me. He’s nothing but good, caring, and even loveable when he’s with me. “I’m going to claim you, Rose,” he whispers and his mouth touches my nipple softly, making me squirm. He licks it,… Read more »

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$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED Paperback of Paradise Fought: Abel By L.B. Dunbar

$10 GIVEAWAY and a SIGNED Paperback of Paradise Fought: Abel By L.B. Dunbar

Elma – If I thought I was going to make a speedy getaway, I was wrong. My savior caught up to me, half way down the walk, outside the finance building. He was quick and a large hand wrapped around my upper arm. “Whoa, sister,” he said, slightly out of breath. “You almost got away from me again.” “What?” I questioned. I had no idea what he meant: again. “Never mind,” he muttered, his hand still on me. I looked down at it and he immediately released me. My eyes pinched as I realized I didn’t mind his hand on my skin. There was something nonthreatening about him. He seemed rather innocent, studious, actually. His shirt was buttoned almost to the top and tucked into his pants. The sleeves secure at the cuffs. His jeans were snug and hugged him well. He wore dark rimmed glasses that screamed smart. Brown… Read more »

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$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED PAPERBACK by Bethany Lopez

$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED PAPERBACK by Bethany Lopez

“Who the fuck are you?” I whipped my head up as I was shoving the camera back in my purse, and saw a strange man standing by a rehabbed old Camaro, smoking a cigarette. “Uh … a friend of Clarice’s. I was just using the bathroom,” I managed, not sure who the guy was, or what my next move should be. “Yeah?” he asked, throwing his cigarette to the ground and taking a step toward me. “You need a camera to do that?” Shit. Before he could make another move, I secured my bag on my shoulder, turned and took off like a shot. I hit Main Street, cursing myself for wearing the damn boots when the sound of a motorcycle pulling up along side of me caused me to turn my head. My first thought was, where the hell did the bike come from? Then I realized it wasn’t… Read more »

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$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED COPY of Enshrine by Chelle Bliss

$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED COPY of Enshrine by Chelle Bliss

ENSHRINE EXCERPT: Becca, my best friend, snaps her fingers in my face. “Cal, are you listening to me?” I smile and nod, but her words are distant. I’ve looked at my phone at least fifty times today. I’m on pins and needles waiting for an important phone call. One that could change my life, and I haven’t told a soul about it—not even Becca. Telling people makes it real, and I’m not ready to face the possibility I could have more important things to deal with than which pair of shoes to wear with my favorite Donna Karan dress. “So what do you think?” Becca asks. I blink a few times and pretend I heard her question. “You should do it.” “Okay,” she says and hops off the stool. I grab her hand, holding her next to me so I can find out exactly what I told her to do…. Read more »

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