may december

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  • Greyson Fox by TL Travis

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    Greyson Fox, the man, the myth, the legend. The highly sought after, self-proclaimed permanent bachelor. Or so the rumor mill goes. Sure, I’ve heard it all – but the one that stung the most was being called a heartless bastard. Love ‘em and leave ‘em, that one in particular I found to be the most humorous since only one man had ever shared my bed more than once, and he’d long since passed away.

    I wasn’t the heartless bastard they all proclaimed me to be, but life had a way of kicking me in the teeth…Repeatedly, so I shut my heart off.

    For years I thrived, building my empire and living by my own rules. Until one day, the walls came crashing down around me.

    Potential trigger warning:
    This book contains brief descriptions of human sex trafficking, as well as two mentions of sexual abuse, including a brief description of oral abuse and an attempted sexual assault. There is some physical abuse by the syndicates hands and a drug overdose so if those are trigger points this may not be the book for you.

  • His Enemy’s Son by Iyana Jenna

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    Luke Garrett, a young oil mogul, can’t get his business counterpart to return his calls after a deal goes bad. After making every effort to contact the man, Luke decides to kidnap his former partner’s son, Alex, to gain the man’s attention to their shared problem.

    Alex Parker is celebrating his eighteenth birthday by getting drunk with his best friend–and studiously avoiding the debutantes his father tries to throw Alex’s way. His night of revelry is cut short when he finds himself a houseguest of a rather unconventional abductor.

  • Don’t Even Think About It (It’s Too Taboo!) by Lexi Wood

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    A triptych of taboo tales by saucy storyteller Lexi Wood! Three titles so salacious they might just melt your screen. Look inside if you love forbidden fiction.

    In the first illicit tale, Molly thinks Lars is a respectable guy… until movie night, when he picks a flick full of hot, sweaty sex scenes. It gets Molly so hot she can hardly sit still. After the film, she needs a shower—and not a cold one, either. The last thing she expects is for the man of the house to sneak in and join her!

    Molly’s back for more in the second story. She knows she shouldn’t be attracted to Lars, but she just can’t help it. When he catches her in a compromising position, he knows just what to do. Lars got a new camera for his birthday, and he’s craving hot, sexy pictures of Molly’s nubile body. Will she let him take naked pictures while she touches herself?

    Last but not least, Maria’s known Starlet Kennedy since the Hollywood actress was just Sally-Jo Dingle from Arts Camp. They haven’t talked in years, which is why Maria’s so surprised when she’s invited to watch a screening of Starlet’s first movie. When she arrives at Starlet’s place, there’s only one person home… and it isn’t the ingénue. There’s been a huge mix-up! Maria’s so embarrassed, but maybe a hot older man and curvaceous younger woman can salvage a lost night… together?

    Over 15,000 of the dirtiest, naughtiest, most forbidden taboo words you’ll read this year!

  • Cherry by Giselle Renarde

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    Late nights by a roaring fire, star-gazing with the cute park ranger, lazing around the balmy beach—sounds like a perfect summer vacation, doesn’t it? Cherry loves camping so much she doesn’t even mind spending a week with her nosy parents. Anyway, camping is kind of their family tradition.

    That’s why Cherry’s so upset when her father invites his recently-divorced friend, Phil, along. A geeky guest intruding on their family vacation? Not fair!

    But when Phil arrives at the campground… WOW! Was he always so cool? No, definitely not. When she was younger, Phil had been just another dorky dad. Now he’s stylish and fun and even pretty hunky! Divorce suits him nicely, as far as Cherry’s concerned.

    Phil is the last man in the world who should be turning Cherry’s head, but the fact that their love is forbidden makes it that much tastier. The forest isn’t big enough to keep two lovelorn people apart… even if they’re totally wrong for each other.

    This book contains scenes some readers may find offensive. It is intended for mature audiences only.