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Excerpt and Giveaway: Playboy Pilot by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland
“Carter? What are you doing?” Shit. I laughed under my breath and banged the back of my head against the wood. “Praying?” “Do you always breathe like that when you’re praying?” “It’s an intense prayer.” “What are you really doing?” “I think you might know what I’m really doing, Kendall.” “Can I come in?” Still fully erect, I tucked my cock back into my pants as best I could before opening the door. Her eyes trailed down to my massive erection. “I’m sorry….to make you resort to that.” “It’s okay. My hand and I haven’t spent time like this since I was a teenager. […]
Cover Reveal: The Explosive Series by Tessa Teevan
The Complete Explosive Series by Tessa Teevan. Releases Oct 18, 2016! Blurb For the first time ever, all five stories in the Explosive series have been packaged into one hot box set and will only be available for a limited time. Pre-Order for just 99 cents! The price will increase on release day, so don’t miss out on the sale! Fall in love with the entire gang in the Explosive series! Each standalone romance contains saucy heroines, sexy heroes, and a whole lot of love between the pages. Enjoy five incredible stories whose pages are loaded with passionate love, burning desire, and a whole […]
Excerpt & Giveaway: The Bookshop On The Corner by Jenny Colgan
The problem with good things that happen is that very often they disguise themselves as awful things. It would be lovely, wouldn’t it, whenever you’re going through something difficult, if someone could just tap you on the shoulder and say, “Don’t worry, it’s completely worth it. It seems like absolutely horrible crap now, but I promise it will all come good in the end,” and you could say, “Thank you, Fairy Godmother.” You might also say, “Will I also lose that seven pounds?” and they would say, “But of course, my child!” That would be useful, but it isn’t how it is, which is […]