Blurb: “I want my best friend’s ex – but he’s a Dom!”
When Suzie dumps her boyfriend, her best friend, Jeanette, wants him for herself. Jeanette likes being in charge when it comes to men, but she doesn’t know Suzie’s ex is a Dom. Suzie tries to do the right thing and warn Jeanette off him, knowing they will not suit. But Jeanette ignores her friend and uses every trick in the book to get him into her bed.
This novel is the sequel to Playing the Game series – it can be read as a standalone but for maximum enjoyment, read the series first – available free on Kindle Unlimited.
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He released one hand and reached for his glass to have another drink and I followed suit. He was studying me intently, almost to the point that I felt uncomfortable. He continued to stare while taking more sips, still without speaking until eventually I asked, “What are you thinking about?”
“I’m just wondering if you will still take up my offer to stay the night. I would make sure you woke up in time to head home before work.”
It was tempting, very tempting. We did need to sort out this compromising thing but not tonight, tonight it was too late for that type of discussion.
“Okay, but I need to have a shower.”
“I can go one better than that, why don’t we have a bath together?”
Ooh, that idea sounded delicious. My insides throbbed at the thought reminding me that I was still unfulfilled.
“The Ex and the Best Friend” coming soon! #amwriting #lorraineloveitauthor #erotic
Hi Reviewers, authors and the publishing industry,
Author D. Renee Bagby / Zenobia Renquist let us know that Amazon has implemented a new “Hide Reviews” system. After reading her letter I personally went to check our account and found we needed to change our settings as she directed. So a big thanks to Renee.
Please take a look at her letter below if you post reviews to Amazon are an author or have anything to do with reviews on Amazon.
Check Your Privacy Settings
I just found out on FB that Amazon has a function to hide your reviews on what they deem “sensitive products,” which translates to pretty much anything in the Romance section of the Kindle store, and especially stuff in the Erotica section, like Her Fantasy Reality.
Here’s how to see if your reviews are being hidden:
– Log into Amazon
– Go to Your Account
– Scroll down to Personalization
– Click on Your Public Profile
– At the bottom of the page you see a box with *New and Privacy Settings
– Click the “Privacy Settings” link
– Scroll down to the bottom of the page
– UNCLICK “Hide Sensitive Activity”
Now all your reviews should be visible to everyone as they were intended, because if you didn’t want it to be seen, you wouldn’t have left a review, right?
Come and join me and other authors at the Cariad Books Christmas Takeover
My spotlight will be this Tuesday 10 November at 7:00pm (US EST)
I would love to talk with you and give away some ebooks from my current series.
Click on the link below to take you to the event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1481168068854521/