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Sweet and Steamy Reads for July

Just a round-up of the great reads you can get for a low, low price.

There is only about a week left to get One Lucky Night for .99.

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One night can change everything…

The crew at Boston’s Brazen Head Pub hasn’t been very lucky in love. Can a mysterious visitor inspire them to look past old hurts and misconceptions and give romance a chance? One Lucky Night is a collection of five sexy interwoven novelettes by Aria Kane, Grace Teague, Ana Blaze, Constance Phillips, and Melinda Dozier.

From Lexi’s Chance, my contribution to One Lucky Night:

She shrugged and looked away. “What do you want from me?”

“For you to admit that the main reason you’ve been sitting right here every Friday night for more

than four months now is because you like me.”

She offered up a quick laugh. “Do you have any trouble getting that head through the front

door?”

Sean refused to be dissuaded. They’d been dancing around their attraction for far too long. One

way or the other, he’d know if he had a chance with this girl.

He stood on the rail that ran along the bottom of the stools and leaned across the bar to grab

some sugar packets out of the container.

Before returning to his seat, he glanced over his shoulder and chuckled inside. Yeah. She was

predictable. “Like the view?”

She crossed her arms in front of her chest and looked away, her cheeks taking on a lovely pink

flush.

Sean lowered himself back down to the chair, opened up one of the sugar packets and dumped

the contents on a clean napkin. He then pulled the strawberry off the fork and began rolling it in

the sugar. “You like sweet things?”

Lexi sat forward again, leaning her elbow against the bar and resting her chin on her hand. “I like

the fruit soaked in wine.”

Sean stepped down and moved closer to her, wedging himself between her knees. He offered

up the strawberry again, holding it just inches from her mouth. “I asked, ‘do you like sweet

things?’”

When she parted her lips and leaned in to take a bite, he pulled the berry back a bit. “Answer

me.”

Their eyes locked. Finally. He could see the familiar fire there. The look that said beneath the

somewhat shy and troubled exterior, breathed a woman who could challenge him. She was as

passionate about life as he was. He’d only caught glimpses of that look now and again over the

weeks, but each and every time left him hungry for the next.

Lexi met his advances as he inched the fruit closer. Just before she wrapped her tinted lips

around the strawberry, she said, “I like sweet things.”

“I’m sweet.”

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All That’s Unspoken

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After eight years, Hailey is back in Caseville Michigan. Just months after her mother’s death, her siblings want to put their father in a nursing home and rent out the family farm. If that wasn’t enough, the prospective tenant is Nate, the high school crush she left behind the day after they acted on their mutual attraction.

After high school, Nate Jenkins planned to leave small town behind, but life dealt him a different hand of cards to play. He’s now back in Caseville, raising his daughter, and running his family’s diner. His daughter’s speech disorder has been improved by therapeutic horse riding and if he can lease the old Lambert farm, he can get her a horse of her own. The only standing in the way is Hailey, the same woman who left him eight years ago without even saying goodbye.

Can they get over all that’s unspoken between them?

You can purchase All That’s Unspoken for 50% (that’s about $1.25) at the Turquoise Morning Press bookstore in July, just use the code JULY4.

Also, this book is up for a reader’s choice award. If you’ve read and enjoyed the book, please consider voting at: http://www.turquoisemorningpress.com/.

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Constance Phillips

Wife, mother, and author, Constance Phillips spends most of her time in a fantasy land of her own creating. When not writing stories of finding and rediscovering love, Constance and her husband spend the hours planning a cross-country motorcycle trip for the not-so-distant future…if they can find a sidecar big enough for their four pups.

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