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Publisher Description

All five parts of the sultry Her Midnight Ride serial:

Bar, Bike, Bed

Strings Attached

Decisions, Decisions

Shocks and Surprises

Who's the Daddy?

plus a bonus short story.


Janelle is out with friends when a big, sexy biker walks in and stops her in her tracks. He's got a naughty gleam in his eye and a line in banter that has her wondering what it would be like to date a white guy. She soon finds out, but then the obstacles start to pile up between them. Can they get past stalker exes, bigotted fathers and life-changing decisions to build a future together?


All six stories total roughly 46,000 words and are not intended for readers under the age of eighteen.


EXCERPT

“Sparkly vampires?”


I sat down next to him. “Yes. It’s…”


“It’s what?”


It was obvious he was trying not to laugh at me, but it was too late to change my mind. I had to say it. “It’s so romantic. He wants her so much, but he doesn’t just take her,” our eyes met and I knew what he was thinking, “even though she wants him to. And she’s so sure he’s the one for her.”


He raised an eyebrow.


“Oh, shut up!” I mock-punched him in the shoulder.


“I didn’t say anything.”


“I could hear you thinking.”


“Well aren’t you the talented one?”


We looked into each other’s eyes for a beat longer than you do with anyone but a lover. Then he leaned in and kissed me, his lips soft against mine. I relaxed into the kiss, feeling at ease with him in a very unfamiliar way.


I’d been acting tough for so long, it wasn’t really an act any more. But I didn’t feel the need to be like that with him. Not all the time anyway. And that was something I still hadn’t got used to.


He put his hands up to cradle my face and kissed me until my eyes fell closed and I grabbed up handfuls of his t-shirt. When we parted, his eyes were full of need and my lips were numb.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
April 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
196
Pages
PUBLISHER
French Letters Press
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
360.6
KB

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