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Wasted Wednesday? Not here!

Wasted Wednesday? Not here!

Where has summer gone? If your summer is anything like my summer, I’m sorry. See, I love summer. I love the beach and the pool. I love BBQs and ice cream. I love endless, lazy days with a good book. But real life got in its way this summer. I run a camp in my “real life”. I used to love it, but as its grown and with parents hovering over each and every day, the fun was sucked right out of it this year. But, it’s over for this season. (Happy Dance!) And for the most part, it was successful. It stressed me the f*#k out, but now I have a few days left before I prep for the school year. I haven’t read much this summer. But I’m planning to highlight my favorite summer reads this week and next (with some giveaways too!). My favorite summer read? Wasted… Read more »

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$100 GIVEAWAY: Wasted Lust by JA Huss

$100 GIVEAWAY: Wasted Lust by JA Huss

EXCERPT SASHA “I still feel dizzy.” “Come here,” he says, pulling me into his lap and repositioning me so my head is cradled in the crook of his arm. “Put your feet up on the seat and just rest. It’s a good hour drive to where we’re going.” I could resist. He’s not entirely trustworthy. And he’s a stalker. That’s pretty creepy. I wonder how deep that obsession goes. I wonder if it’s safe to even be in this car with him. But his embrace feels too good to make him stop. My dress was not made for being cradled in a man’s arms. Or maybe it was? Because the slits up each side bare my thighs, and the heat of his hand on my skin stirs up the longing I’ve been pushing away for years, making me shut my eyes. His fingers stroke me gently, back and forth across… Read more »

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$50 GIVEAWAY and COVER REVEAL: Wasted Lust by JA Huss

$50 GIVEAWAY and COVER REVEAL: Wasted Lust by JA Huss

EXCERPT JAX “Let’s talk about kissing.” “What,” Sasha laughs. “Kissing?” I smile with her. Both at her willingness to drop the topic of money and where it comes from and her pleasure at the new topic. “Specifically, the kisses we’ve shared.” “We haven’t shared any kisses, Agent Jax.” But she says it with a sly grin as she lifts the glass of Tokay and takes a sip. I watch her throat as she swallows, and then wish I could lick the sweet sheen of sugar left over on her lips before her tongue darts out to swipe it away. I scoot closer to her on the curve of the bench and while she remains seated in her spot, her upper body instinctively pulls back from my approach. “You liked it though.” “I didn’t actually,” she says. Her pupils are dilating before my eyes and her breathing picks up a notch…. Read more »

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