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Evie’s Sexy Morning #MySexySaturday

Welcome to another round of My Sexy Saturday, where authors offer seven words, sentences, or paragraphs from their work for your entertainment. Be sure to click on the graphic at the bottom of the page and visit the other participants.

This week’s theme is My Sexy Morning. We’re thrilled to announce the re-release of our erotic romance holiday romp, A Gift for Adam, coming to Extasy Books Monday, December 15, so we thought we’d give you a taste of what Evie wakes up to:a gift for adam 

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Evie caught her breath as she studied Adam. He seemed so male. Yet he’d shown her a gentler side that had simply amazed her. Would she ever be able to walk through automotive and see him waiting on a customer without remembering how he’d taken her to erotic plateaus she’d thought were only somebody else’s fantasies? Would she ever be able to cleanse his male scent from her nostrils? Did she even want to? How could she slink back into her existence as merely the assistant manager of home and garden? For nearly three days she’d been treated as something incredibly special—pampered, praised and loved. Spelled with a small “l,” she quickly added.

She exhaled sharply. Damn, she hated feeling like Cinderella.

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Home and Garden assistant manager Evie Strand has painstakingly embroidered a set of seven thongs as a gag gift for her best friend—only she brought the wrong box to the store Christmas party, and now Adam Grant from Automotive is holding them up for everyone to see: Kiss my…, Tight Fit—could things get any worse? Adam may seem like a total rake, but he can tell Evie’s deeply embarrassed and he resolves to make it up to her. Who knew where a simple dinner date would lead?

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#MySexySaturday Heat Wave

Welcome to another round of My Sexy Saturday, where authors offer seven words, sentences, or paragraphs from their work for your entertainment. Be sure to click on the graphic at the bottom of the page and visit the other participants.

This week’s them is Sexy Little Words – all the things lovers say to each other while making love. Maggie and Ed are nowhere near that stage – he works for her, so she’s definitely off limits. But bodies have a way of betraying the best of intentions. Here is their first kiss:

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“Damn, woman, you have the most kissable lips I’ve ever seen,” Ed mumbled, keeping his hands stuffed deep in his pockets.

A brief smile tugged at the corners of Maggie’s mouth. “Looks may be deceiving. Maybe you should find out for yourself.”

Standing on tiptoes, Maggie leaned into him, offering her parted lips.

“Oh, shit.” Ed’s hands leaped out of hiding to pull her against his body. He settled his mouth atop hers.

Behind closed eyelids, Maggie luxuriated in their delicious kiss. She traced his lips and invaded his mouth. She warmed to the sensations of his hands roaming her back and buttocks. Clasping his taut shoulder muscles, she marveled at his firmness. She could feel his arousal pressed against her pelvis. Even her fantasies were not this good. Her brain turned to soup. Her body tingled all over. His tongue played with hers. They shared an intimate game of oral tag.

And then he pulled away abruptly. Ed glared at his hands as if they had betrayed him.

“I’m sorry,” he stammered. “I shouldn’t have done that. It’ll never happen again. You can count on that.”

Maggie gasped at the terror in his eyes. She started to sputter a response, “But…”

Ed spun on his heel and moved rapidly toward the barn. Only the horses heard her protest.

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During an oppressive Iowa summer of drought and farm foreclosures, widowed Maggie Anderson makes a bold decision: She’ll merge her love of horses and her family’s 320 acres into a horse farm and try her hand at nearby Prairie Meadows Race Track.

Banned from training after being falsely accused in a racing scandal, former Arlington Park trainer Ed Harrington has skulked home to Des Moines. He’s unprepared for the piercing robin’s-egg-blue eyes of pint-sized Maggie Anderson, who finds him at a flophouse and offers him a job. Can he pull himself together and meet the challenge?

The two forge a tumultuous working partnership, but someone’s out to get Maggie’s farm and will stop at almost nothing. Can they find and stop the culprit before someone is killed? Can they survive the far greater danger unleashed by the raw passion simmering just beneath the surface of their relationship?

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Adriana Kraft made me a believer in this beautiful tale… showing us how much love, faith and hope can change a person’s belief in everything. Loved it. Melana’s Reviews

…more than a delightfully well-written and entertaining romantic suspense. It’s also a heartwarming story of hope and second chances. Jada, Amazon reader

I felt like I was on a roller coaster reading this story! Laughing one second, then felt like crying the next, always on the edge. Amy, Amazon reader

Heartfelt with mystery and hope…Well written and extremely enjoyable to read. Donna, Goodreads reviewer

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#MySexySaturday The Heist Heats Up #MFRWAuthor

Welcome to another round of My Sexy Saturday, where authors offer seven words, sentences, or paragraphs from their work for your entertainment. Be sure to click on the graphic at the bottom of the page and visit the other participants.

This week’s theme is Sexy Thriller, and we think Kara and Ted fill the bill just fine.

A Heist? A Murder? It’s villain’s choice.

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A special-order art theft? Tedious, but seamless – until small town museum director Kara Daniels calls in the experts. Furious her favorite trio of priceless impressionist paintings has been stolen from its traveling exhibit on her watch, Kara is determined to save not only the paintings, but her future in the art world. She’ll stop at nothing to entrap the thief.

Ted Springs knows the underbelly of the criminal world a little closer than he might like—but he’s turned it to good advantage, first as a police officer, and now as detective for the Upper Midwest Arts Council. His job? To guarantee the security of the valuable paintings in the Council’s traveling exhibits.

Heat sizzles when Ted and Kara collide—can they work together, before it’s too late?

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Set up – Kara’s wearing a wire. Ted’s parked near the museum, where he can watch her head in to open up.

Kara never glanced in Ted’s direction as she drove by him and into the museum parking lot. Ted watched her get out of the car. First one long leg was exposed past mid thigh. To his pleasure, her skirt had slid upward during her drive from the apartment. The second leg was visible, and then she stood by her car. With her purse slung over her shoulder, she bent forward slightly to smooth out her skirt.

Ted swallowed when her hands lingered over her rump. Was she deliberately teasing him?

“See anything you want, detective?” Her light chuckle reverberated clearly over the speaker in his ear. “Just making sure you’re awake.”

“Damn woman,” Ted growled, wishing she could hear him. Sometimes she could be too brassy, but that was one of many attributes he loved about her.

He saw her dig in her purse for her keys outside the museum main entrance.

“Son of a bitch.”

Ted lurched forward on hearing her epithet.

“It’s happened again. The door is unlocked.”

Ted opened his car door.

“Don’t blow your cover.” Kara’s warning came to him as if she had eyes in the back of her head. “Maybe someone left the alarm system off. This is getting habit forming.”

He watched her gather herself and push the door open. Ted held his breath waiting for some sort of all clear signal. She was right. He shouldn’t show himself just because the door was unlocked

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