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    • A SEAL’s Fantasy Print Release Shoutout

      A SEAL's Fantasy cover

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      Woot! A SEAL’s Fantasy is out in print!  Are you still addicted to getting your reading fix from paper, with all that book-y goodness? Or are you rocking the digital age?  If you’re all about print and you want a new Sexy SEAL to dive into, today’s the day (or this week’s the week, or anytime after today would do, or… well, you get what I mean, right?)  If you’re all about digital, you can preorder today and the book will be delivered to your handy dandy reading device on Sept 1st.

      If you’d like to take a peek and see if you’re interested in the story, I have a number of sneak peek chapters that you can check out in the Red Hot Readers Club, including A SEAL’s Fantasy.

      Or you can download the PDF A SEAL’s Fantasy Sneak Peek right here and see what you think.

      To celebrate the print release, I thought it’d be fun to play a little game for a chance to win a cool prize… Continue reading →



    Hunk of the Month Contest

    • August’s Hunk of the Month

      For August’s Hunk of Month contest, it’s all about those provocative country crooners! Our choices are Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, or Brantley Gilbert.


      Tim McGraw                          Luke Bryan                             Brantley Gilbert


      Vote below and be sure to leave a comment to enter to win a prize.

      Which of these sexy crooners do think is the most provocative?
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