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  • Gay For Pay by TM Smith

    One stupid mistake cost Chris everything. His home, friends, family, and himself. Years later, he finds himself on the couch of the only friend he has left. He realizes that he needs to do something to get his own place, but his past keeps him from getting a job.

    One day in a bar he finds an ad for All Cocks a gay porn company that is looking for models. Knowing he has no other choice, he goes for it. Surrounded by a new family, he finds how to forgive himself, closure, and someone to love.

    As long as you keep your options open, you never know what or who may come along and change your life forever.

    I don’t know how to explain it—I just woke up one day and there he was. And he became my everything.
    All it took was one wrong choice, a decision made in haste, to destroy Chris’s future.
    It’s a mistake that he can’t take back or make right, one that cost another person their life. Adrift, alone, and uncertain of his future, Chris moves to New York. He quickly learns that the bright lights of the big city don’t offer the absolution he seeks. A fortuitous encounter moves him in the right direction. But is he willing to take the chance he’s offered to make a fresh start?
    After catching his boyfriend cheating, again, Linc is convinced that he’ll never find love.
    Linc has always been honest about who he is and what he prefers. He’s a bisexual gay porn star that will do just about anything with anyone, on camera that is, so he can write his own ticket in a versatility-charged industry. It’s not his sexuality that interferes with his personal life; it’s his inability to trust.
    Can the possibility of a happy ever after prove to be enough of a reason for these two men to let their guard down and take a second chance on love?
    NOTE This story was previously published as Gay for Pay, All Cocks Stories book 1. It has been edited and reworked with a lot of new content added to the story.

    A military brat born and raised at Ft. Benning Georgia; TM Smith is an avid reader, reviewer and writer. A Texas transplant, she now calls DFW her home. Most days she can be found curled up with a good book, or ticking away on her next novel.
    Smith is a single mom of three disturbingly outspoken and decidedly different kids, one of which is Autistic. Besides her writing, she is passionate about Autism advocacy and LGBT rights. Because, seriously people, Love is Love!

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    I’m not the same Bebe Grimshaw I was years ago.

    The woman I was spent years behind the bars of the highest security women’s prison in the nation, my punishment for hacking nuclear codes as part of a crime syndicate I’d gotten in way too deep with. The woman I am today doesn’t regret what I did, or the fact that I got caught, but I am remorseful for the years I lost with my son, Aaron. Released from my sentence early thanks to Kynan McGrath, I joined his team at Jameson Force Security and now put my skills to use helping people. 

    I’m just trying to get back a piece of what I lost, focusing solely on raising Aaron and my work at Jameson. As long as I have my son and my career, I’m content. But life has a funny way of letting you know exactly what you need, and when a devastatingly handsome stranger named Griffin befriends Aaron at the park, I have to consider I might be missing something. A part of me that was locked away long ago reawakens, and I find myself looking at Griff in a way I’ve not looked at a man in more than a decade.

    Just when I think things are starting to look up, my world is turned upside down. Turns out that meeting wasn’t an accident, and things aren’t going my way at all.

    Griffin Moore is the man sent here to kill me.

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    About the Author:
    Since the release of her debut contemporary romance novel, Off Sides, in January 2013, Sawyer Bennett has released multiple books, many of which have appeared on the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. A reformed trial lawyer from North Carolina, Sawyer uses real life experience to create relatable, sexy stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From new adult to erotic contemporary romance, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

    Sawyer likes her Bloody Marys strong, her martinis dirty, and her heroes a combination of the two.  When not bringing fictional romance to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to a very active daughter, as well as full – time servant to her adorably naughty dogs. She believes in the good of others, and that a bad day can be cured with a great work-out, cake, or even
    better, both.

    Sawyer also writes general and women’s fiction under the pen name S. Bennett and sweet romance under the name Juliette Poe.

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  • Callous Criminal by Lynn Burke

    Ryker’s soul was beaten and broken found a new family for himself. Pia has a heart of gold that tries to protect the children in her care from hurts she suffered. Coffee is the great matchmaker. That is where the two first meet and boy was a first impression made. The first sex scene….f***ing A….hot as Hades itself. Their Chemistry is brighter than Sheldon’s bunson burner. Not only is Pia the first person to touch his heart, but she is the first person he allowed to touch him period. I think he will be my book boyfriend of this series.

    I love how the author not only touched our hearts with the side story of Dasia, but set us up for Dasia and Devil’s story. So excited to read that story as well.

    I’m a cold hearted criminal, and I’ve lived a callous life as the Sergeant at Arms of the Vicious Vipers MC. I spent most of my childhood as a victim, and because of the junkie who raised me, I hate to be touched.
    But her…
    The social worker my fingers itch to reach for—she’s wholesome. Kind. Too good for a man like me, and yet, I can’t curb my weakness to be near her.
    When one of her teenage clients needs protection from the same type of man who hurt my sister, I know I’ll be revealing my true self, my darker side, to help the girl.
    For her.
    I’ll lose the only person I’ve found who values my feelings above her own—the woman whose sweet nature is a force to be reckoned with.
    I know I should walk away, but how do I leave the heart I didn’t know I still had behind?
    *This is the third book in the Vicious Vipers MC series and may be unsuitable for someone under 18 years of age. HEA guaranteed, however, secondary characters make appearances in other’s stories. Reading in order is recommended.
    The Series

    Lynn Burke is a full time mother, voracious gardener, and scribbler of spicy romance stories. A country bumpkin turned Bay Stater, she enjoys her chowdah and Dunkin Donuts when not trying to escape the reality of city life.


  • Quarantining like everyone else.

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) is among us.   I feel like we are living in the movie Outbreak lately.   My son is on week two of his Spring Break.  They extended it another week so that Professors could learn how to teach their college courses online.  I was luckily on vacation last week, so I was paid for staying home.  Now, I am home with my son and husband like the rest of New York State and other states.  Only my husband, who is an EMT, goes to work or when needed as a Volunteer Fireman.  

    I have been doing a lot of spring cleaning to my chagrin.  With Fibromyalgia,  normal cleaning is bad enough, the deep cleaning I have been doing plays havoc on my body.  I have read a lot,.  However, the reviews that go with them have gone unwritten.  Bad Blogger!!!  I will do them, I have a whole other week off to write them, and read more books.  I am quit behind on my reading. 

    On a positive, I am currently beta reading for a great author and can wait to read the new book she just put in my inbox.  Also, my girlfriends and I have been using Zoom to call each other to video chat just to “hang out” as we wish we could in person.  We sit, BS, and drink alcohol together like usual.    If anyone else is using Zoom, hit me up, we can have a party!!!!

    Ok enough procrastinating, I need to do things before my 9pm BSing session begins.  

    Be safe, be well, and read the quarantine away.

  • Cover Reveal!!! Vlad by Patricia A. Rasey

    Releases February 24, 2020


    Vlad Tepes, king of the vampires, has a problem on his hands. His brother is taking out humans at an alarming rate and drawing unwanted attention, threatening exposure for their entire race. Vlad needs to stop Mircea before that happens, even if it means taking his head. In his mission to hunt Mircea down, Vlad encounters a stunning special agent who’s out to stop a killer—namely his brother. Vlad’s inability to hypnotize her presents an entirely new dilemma, putting the beautiful law officer in harm’s way.Special Agent Janelle Ferrari chases bad guys for a living, with a little help from her strange gift of psychic visions. That is until a sinfully sexy man, claiming to be the ancient, blood-drinking Romanian ruler steps into her office. Plunged into a secret society of vampires and a mounting war between immortal brothers, Janelle’s visions suddenly go quiet, leaving her vulnerable and placing her in the crosshairs of the killer she’s determined to take down.Vlad and Janelle must join forces to stop the psychotic vampire before more humans perish. But when Janelle becomes next on Mircea’s hit list, will Vlad be able to protect the woman who’s captured his long-dead heart?




    Janelle used her palms to push away from his rock-hard chest. “What the hell do you think you’re doing? You can’t just treat me like a belonging. And smacking my ass? I should shoot you for that.”

    He smiled, mischief twinkling in his gaze. “You liked it.”

    “I…” She glanced away from those impossibly dark eyes so he wouldn’t see the truth. Christ, it had been a turn-on, but she’d die before admitting as much. “I didn’t.”

    His arched brow mocked her. “Liar.”