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    • Throwback Thursday: A SEAL’s Fantasy

      One of the things I love about writing a series such as the Sexy SEALs is being able to visit characters again from book to book, even before they get their own story.  Dominic Castillo, the hero of A SEAL’s Fantasy, was first mentioned in passing in A SEAL’s Salvation, but played a much bigger role in A SEAL’s Kiss.  Here’s a peek at one of his first on-page visits:

      A SEALs Kiss

           “Are you freaking kidding me?” Aiden glared at the lousy cards in his hand, then threw them on the table so hard they scattered cash into the lap of the guy across from him.

           “Dude, you are one grumpy mother.” Castillo grinned as he plucked a five and twelve ones off of himself.

           Aiden clenched his teeth to keep the threat of an official reprimand from flying out.

           Not because he had a problem smacking down insubordination, even if it was from a friend. Nope. What kept his mouth shut was that, officially, Castillo outranked him.

           Aiden dropped his head and sighed.

           And, yeah, that Castillo was a friend.

           “What’s your problem?” the friend asked, pushing back from the table and making a show of counting his money as he crossed the room.

           “I’ve got a lot on my mind,” Aiden excused, scooping up the cards to deal a round of solitaire. A game he should be good at, considering he’d be going it alone. “I just need time to sort it out.”

           “You’ve had time. And distractions. Whatever’s in there ain’t gonna sort itself. So maybe you should tell ole Castillo your woes and there ya go, quick as a snap,” which he demonstrated by snapping his fingers, the sound echoing like a shotgun blast through the barracks, “I’ll fix up your life.”

           Aiden smirked.  At six-four, two-twenty pounds of muscle and Auntie as his call sign, Castillo was known for being bossy, pushy and, damn the man, always right. His cocky attitude, quick fist and ready hand to a friend made Aiden grateful he was on their side. But his insistence on fixing everything, everyone, was irritating at best. Hence, his call sign. 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 Brantley Gilbert Luke Bryan


      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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