by Dee Carney, Lexxie Couper, Quinn, Merryn Dexter, Tilly Greene, Kathryn Lively, Allie Cooke, Dawn Montgomery, Dee Tenorio & Jodi Redford
Tattooed bad boys & the curvy women they love…
Get k(ink)y with ten sizzling hot book boyfriends!
These ten sexy, curve-loving, tattooed bad boys will steal your hearts and more in this all-new novella collection brought to you by USA Today and bestselling authors.
All new stories. Only available for a limited.
Genre: RomancePurchase link(s): Amazon ARe iTunes Kobo B&N
Content/Theme(s): BBW, Tattooed heroes, Humor, Workplace, Military, Contemporary, Paranormal, Rubenesque & more
Release Date: July 22, 2016
Publisher: Nightshade Authors
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Acquired Taste by Dee Carney
When celebrity chef August Jaeger mixes it up with a curvy food blogger, they both realize what they want isn’t on any menu.
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Dirty Deeds by Allie Cooke
Four days, a million dollars, the performance of a lifetime…but what happens when they stop faking it? Dirty Deeds ain't always dirt cheap.
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Scorched Desire by Lexxie Couper
When a Harley-riding hunk literally sweeps her off her feet, Jilly Parker finds herself transported to a world of dragon shifters, carnal lust, and fated love.
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Pretty In Ink by Merryn Dexter
Sexy, sweet Aubrey Jensen is everything a semi-reformed bad boy could want – but sometimes getting what you want doesn’t give you what you need.
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Hot Tamale by Tilly Greene
Derek Schrizer is a retired Marine looking to get a new tattoo, not reconnect with his first love, the curvy sexy Cat.
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Waking Up by Kathryn Lively
A chance encounter forces a plus-sized woman with dormant dreams to wake up and find her own Happily Ever After.
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Marked By Ice by Dawn Montgomery
His only job is to protect her at all costs, but who will protect the big bad wolf’s heart once he gets a taste of her sweet lips?
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Like a Boss by Quinn
Proving she’s more than a smart mouth and sexy curves would be a hell of a lot easier if she wasn’t so distracted by her sexy new boss.
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Kinky Curves by Jodi Redford
The queen of dirty talk. The king of grind. Love is about to get real filthy.
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Another Man’s Treasure by Dee Tenorio
A widowed actor and single dad pulls out all the stops to show a single mom just how well a woman can be treasured.
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Waking Up Excerpt:
Gordon pulls two dollars out of a pocket and hands them to her over his shoulder. “I saw a Coke machine on the ground floor. Meet me by there with one, please?” For some reason it’s important I know his reasoning. “I drive for the company on weekends,” he tells me.
“Gotcha.” Does Nadine know? I suppose so. I assume he drives in the supply of Coke to her hot dog joint and she, short on candidates, offered to make him a stahhh.
Nadine snatches the money and leaves with a huff, clearly out of her element when she’s not the focus of attention. No sooner does the door snick shut than Gordon Renquist practically passes through my desk to get closer.
“I never slept with Nadine. There’s no way in hell I’m Troy’s dad. No point in sending off that test.”
“I had a feeling.”
He smirks. “I hope you’re thinking I’m choosier when it comes to sexual partners.”
“That’s not a nice thing to say. Nadine’s not bad.”
“Yeah, you’re right.” He sighs. “That was shitty of me.”
I shrug. My script writer’s brain conjures a joke comparing Nadine to bowling shoes, accepting so many men a night, and if I had some time alone I could refine it. It wouldn’t ring true, though. I honestly suspect Nadine leads as quiet and celibate a home life as me. Why else would she push so hard for fame? She has a kid to feed and shelter, and I doubt pushing hot dogs at a pop stand is making enough.
“I’m not thinking anything relevant to your sexual experience.” I lie through my teeth. I’m picturing naked Gordon’s muscular bulk settling nicely on my body, his large hands covering my bare D-cups.
“I barely know Nadine, but I wasn’t about to say no when she asked me to come up.” Deep breath. Worried frown. Expected confession about needing the fast cash for his show appearance or genuinely believing Morton can provide a gateway to Broadway fame, coming in three, two...
“Driving’s not my fulltime gig, I told you I do that on weekends. During the week I work at Embellish doing tats, and I want to pitch a show idea.”
Groan. This I’ve experienced since my first day on the job—the assumption that any peon in the trenches has the authority to greenlight your wacky pitch. I removed all references to GAB from my Facebook profile to end all the private messages from former classmates wanting to send treatments and videos of their children dancing to Beyonce. These same assholes used to sneer at me in the halls and call me Big-Ass Blair. You see, though, chubby people are supposed to suffer short-term memory in later life or otherwise learn to forgive. After all, teens will be teens.
One time, after hearing from the ubiquitous Mean Girl of my senior class, who thought a series revolving around her would enthrall the nation—Look, I’m shopping at Barney’s! Now I’m pontificating about gun control laws—I sent her “audition” video to Morton for grins. Her over-plumped lips and bolt-on tits inspired him to present a special show on plastic surgery gone wrong, and would I ask my friend to participate?
Two years later, I’m still waiting for a response.
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