Kirsten has sworn off men, but military men in particular. She’s about to start a new job as a chemistry professor at a local university, when she runs into Duff, a Marine she was in love with eleven years ago. He left without a word, and now he wants back in her life.
Kirsten decides to have revenge sex with Duff, and then leave him as he left her so many years ago. His revelations about why and how he left her make her re-think her whole philosophy of life, love and the pursuit of happiness.
Man of Few Words is sexy, fast-paced, and loving, and a good read for beach or fireside.
I’ve kept this card from an ex-boyfriend for more years than I’d like to name. I knew that one day I use it, and I have. Here’s the front.
Inside all he wrote was this.
He was a military man and had left a few month prior. I’d received no phone calls, no letters, nothing. Then this was all I got. I’d like to thank him for the story idea and the title of this book. Luckily, my character Duff is able to find more than a few words.
Many thanks to Wildflowers Books for helping me put Basically Bad back for sale. You can get it everywhere, like All Romance E-Books, Amazon,B&N, and other outlets. Check out my page on Stories for all the links.
Shirtless and barely clothed men can be so lovely to look at even if they aren’t paid models.
I have a on going series of photos that I take of shirtless men that I happen to see when I am out of the house. I know it isn’t a post about love or romance, but y’all it is a barely clothed man. Doesn’t that make you think about love of one kind or another?
If you leave a comment, tell me about one thing that makes you think about love. I’ll choose three comments at random to receive a pre-sale copy of Basically Bad, my short story about a couple going through a difficult time. It’s hot, and it’s my husband’s favorite story that I’ve written so far. (Granted, he hasn’t read the past two of my stories.) Tell me what makes you think about love. Go. (And then visit all the other great authors participating today.)
Angela Anderson designed a great cover for me again for the re-release of Basically Bad, an erotic romance where a city girl addicted to sex toys toughs it out in the swamps of southern Louisiana with her country boy.
It’s coming out on March 4th through Wildflowers Books. At $1.99, I hope you pick up a copy for your e-reader.