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Hot Bayou Fire

Hot Bayou Fire

Mega-talented glass sculptor Chase Durand just scored the commission of a lifetime. The southern bayou’s poshest new hotel is about to open with his art the star feature. His motorcycle-riding, bad-boy reputation perfectly fits the hotel’s modern, edgy look. And when a drop-dead gorgeous IT engineer hard wires his high-tech art, her luscious curves ignite […]

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Desire Rising

An arranged marriage to a wealthy and titled landowner should have been a dream for Lucy Kirkby but ends in a nightmare that could leave her falsely accused of murder. She flees to the safety of a family friend and like a phoenix rising from ashes, sheds her innocence. Emerging as savvy and sophisticated Catherine […]

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The Lady Smut Book of Dark Desires

Locked in an abandoned mental asylum, an ambitious filmmaker soon discovers she’s trapped with a Dionysian god. He offers her a glimpse of astounding future artistic success—but it will only come true if she’ll perform an erotic ritual to free him.

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Hot Bayou Nights

Hot Bayou Nights is now on Amazon

When corporate consultant Carla Saunders’ work takes her from the skyscrapers of Manhattan to a research facility in Louisiana filled with king cobra snakes, she sees her dreams of a job in Paris sinking into the swamp. But unexpected desire burns hotter than a sultry bayou night. The snakes terrify her, but lust for a […]

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British Invasion

Chapter One Juliette Duval entered the VIP lounge to the site of her co-worker Tracy waving her hand like a flag in a stiff breeze as she signaled her to move faster. “Get in here, quick!” Juliette stepped behind the bar and glanced around. It was busy but not outrageously so, nothing to sound the […]

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Temporary Paradise

Magnolias on Gold Velvet Clothc. 1888-1890, Martin Johnson Heade

CHAPTER ONE London, 1765 “And with this last bit of lace in the back,” the dressmaker declared, her plump face beaming like the noonday sun, “you are nothing short of perfection.” She fussed with the train, flicked at the sleeves, then took a delicate step backward, her breaths coming out in soft little puffs, as […]

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