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Down Deep Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Football players possess the ideal combination of strength and endurance. And the best asses of any other athletes. At least, that’s what Sheila, Camille Pollert’s best friend, once said. Sheila’s

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Rock Wild Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Corbin   TUCKER: Where in the world is Corbin Ross? I read Tucker’s text, chuckled then responded. CORBIN: Today, Austin. Tomorrow, who knows? TUCKER: Feeling inspired yet? I hesitated, not wanting

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Rock Sweet Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Shane   “Hit him in the vagina!” Yes, that’s actually what someone in the audience shouted as Neil Reed and I, two guys over six-feet tall and weighing more than two hundred pounds, circled

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Rock Dirty Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Tucker   Life sucks and then you die. At least that was how I felt at the moment. And I was a rock star, for fuck’s sake. Only I was the band’s drummer. The Ringo to our band’s Paul. That meant

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Rock Strong Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Abby   When Dr. Bronsky handed me my Master of Music diploma from Juilliard in December and said, “You and that cello are going places, Miss Chan,” I was pretty sure he didn’t mean the North American

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Rock Sexy Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Garrick   Hitting the top of Hollywood’s It List has its perks. Money. Fame. Girls. Lots and lots of girls. I’ve definitely earned my reputation as a player. But one thing I’m not is a cheater. I

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Because You Love Me Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

“Whiskey on the rocks coming up.” Sean O’Neill pulled a snifter glass from below the bar, tossed a few ice cubes into the glass, and poured out the restaurant’s most popular whiskey with a flourish.

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Best of My Love Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

It was strange, but after living all but one of his twenty-three years in Ireland, returning to California felt like coming home. Riley’s visit to the old stomping grounds had been a good one overall,

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I’m Gonna Love You Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

“Good evening, sir. Welcome back.” A tall brunette with a sheet of glossy black hair and legs like a gazelle greeted Brady O’Neill at the front door of The Stylish Irish. He’d hand-picked Claire

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The Way Loves Goes Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

The grand thing about the wide Pacific wasn’t how majestic it looked on a cloudy November morning. It wasn’t the roiling waves churning out froth when it was moody, nor the way it slowly engulfed the

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