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  • Faster by Deana Birch

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    After a quick but memorable fling, Louana Higgins leaves the drummer for The Spades exactly where he belongs: a tour bus. The junior producer knows she’s dodged a bullet. Because, despite his melt-your-heart chocolate eyes and rising fame, Jake Riley is not boyfriend material. And those messages he sends in the middle of the night get filed under, “drunk text, best to ignore,” without delay.

    Twelve grueling years of paying dues has finally resulted in a hit song for Jake. But, knowing the new zeroes in his bank account come with as many ways to blow it, he craves stability. So, stocked with an arsenal of charm, and a reminder of what happened against her front door, he persuades Louana to see him again the next time he’s in town. Now, certain he’s found the calm to his storm, he asks her for the previously unthinkable-monogamy.

    Hesitant but smitten, Louana agrees. And as if long distance and groupies aren’t high enough hurdles, Louana’s new beau also comes with a malicious lead singer. Having lost his favorite partner-in-crime, the front man is ready to tear the couple apart by revealing a secret from Jake’s not so distant past. Unable to discuss it with Jake for fear his bandmate’s betrayal would mean the demise of his flourishing career, Louana must now decide if she can live with Jake and his secret or leave the rock star she loves.

  • Rhythm by Sheryl Dee

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    Surveillance, hot sex, kinky games, soulful art, obsession and violent secrets give the lust and love story of Jack and V. its own seductive rhythm.

    Environmental engineer Virginia “V.” Will, the youngest in a protective Southern family, has played it safe for years. The death of her adventurous mother is a wake-up call. At age 39, V. leaves her job and joins the D.C. band Love Bunny as a drummer, but she wants more than just a drum throne and a voyeur’s view of the wild parties of her twenty-something bandmates. Just when she thinks her family was wrong about the dangers of the nightlife, she starts feeling very out of sorts at a band party. And did she just hallucinate her favorite actor Jack Leeds? Not good.

    Jack Leeds knows how to blend into the background to enjoy a beautiful talent. He sees V. at a Love Bunny show. He must have her. He plans to approach V. at a listening party, where her odd behavior interrupts his kinky preoccupations. Can he keep her safe and protect his TV career and his heart?

  • Poet of the Wrong Generation by Lonnie Ostrow

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    “It’s not that I don’t love you, and my tears are yet to dry.

  • Gone For You by Jayne Frost

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    As the guitarist for the rock band Caged, I know the rules: no relationships. No complications. Leave ‘em smiling when you go, but always go. Besides, it’s not like I’m ever in one place for more than a few days at a time. As the next hottest thing out of Austin, the band and I are riding the wave, and the music is all that matters.

    Until her…

    Lily Tennison has “complication” written across her beautiful face. But I can’t get involved. The timing’s all wrong. But she’s under my skin, and I can’t resist her troubled eyes and sweet smile. And I do have a little time to kill. Not much, just a few days in Dallas.

    So I’ll scratch the itch and move on, like I always do.

    Simple, right?

  • Knock, Knock, Knocking on Heaven’s Door by Tammy Lyons

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    In the novel Knock, Knock, Knocking On Heaven’s Door, members of the 27 Club – Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and Jim Morrison – arrive in heaven. They find themselves onstage at a talk show hosted by Jesus. The three don’t know why they’re there or what’s going on. They doubt they should even be in heaven, what with the lavish lifestyles that they’ve led, which included sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll.

    Eventually, their humanity is called into question. Their pasts come to haunt them, and one by one the three relive their lives on earth. Their old loves and pain are replayed before their eyes.

    Jesus is toying with the artists, getting His kicks as each of the guests experience misery. Their tortured souls and losses only make them more human. Are the musicians alive or dead? Are they in heaven or hell? One by one, they question their existence and whether they will make it up the stairway to heaven.

  • My Very Naughty Piano Teacher by J.C. Cummings

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    WARNING: This 8000-word story contains bare-bottom spanking and sex with a beautiful female piano student and her lovable, though titillatingly sex-starved teacher. It is intended for mature readers 18+ only!

    Amy Radcliffe loves playing the piano. She also loves her teacher, Mr. Sullivan and enjoys her lessons with him immensely … even if he does have trouble keeping his hands to himself. In fact, she even enjoys giving the shy, lonely man a little thrill every once in a while, whether that be a flash of thigh or a touch of her titties.

    But with a very important and exciting performance looming, her lovable teacher grows exasperated and angry with her sloppy playing and gives Amy a very humiliating bare-bottom spanking right there at his piano. Amy is appalled — and turned on — by her first-ever dose of corporal punishment. But in the end (so to speak!) it inspires her to work harder and Amy gives the performance of her life.

    Afterwards, Amy and Mr. Sullivan celebrate with sex right on top of his beautiful Steinway grand piano. But Mr. Sullivan is no ordinary lover. He treats Amy to the most mind-blowing musical/sexual experience of her life … culminating in a delicious threesome between himself, Amy … and the Steinway!

  • Power Games by Kurt Dysan

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    Music entertains, but the music business is a power game. Steve’s connections make him a player—he can move an act to the top. So people do whatever he wants. But the rules of the game are changing and new players moving in. Steve is trying to adapt to the new game; Amber and her band are part of the new wave. They have different connections and as the balance of power shifts, she has her own plans for her band that don’t include him.

  • Rock My World by Bianca Vix

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    Devin spends most of his time working in a busy Chicago hotel, and he likes his life the way it is. Or so he thinks until his past catches up with him. When an old friend comes back to town, a big secret comes to light along with her.

    Cora’s band has made it big and their latest tour is rolling into Chicago. When she introduces Devin to her sexy boyfriend Bryce, unexpected sparks fly between all three of them.

    Cora and Bryce live the kind of lifestyle Devin gave up on years ago, but he starts to want what he didn’t know he was missing. But a menage can’t work outside of the bedroom, can it?

    Warning: Rock My World is an erotic book and it contains graphic descriptions of MMF and FM sex.

  • Stories in the Key of Erotica by Shelley Halima

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    There has long been a connection between music and sex. For instance, many of us get in the mood for lovemaking by putting on music that strikes a chord with our sensuality. Stories in the Key of Erotica explores that connection in this sizzling compilation. You will be introduced to a talented and diverse group of authors ready to bring an erotic symphony to your bedroom.

  • A Melody in Harmony by Ashley Chunell

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    Henderson is a small, old-fashioned town. Growing up here proved tough for Noah Nash, as he knew the truth he lived would never be accepted in this town, even by his family. To him, all he had was his keyboard.

    Until one day, that all changed when Noah met Ronan Shea. Ronan’s confidence, wisdom and pride inspires Noah to finally, happily live his truth for the entire town to see.

    This is a story of two young men and their journey to a relationship, fighting for equality and listening to their melody while striving to live in harmony.

  • Sound Bites: A Rock & Roll Love Story by Rachel K. Burke

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    Renee Evans has a knack for trouble. After walking in on her best friend and boyfriend in bed together, twenty-five year-old Renee flees sunny Los Angeles and her dream job as a music journalist and returns to her hometown of Boston – only to meet Dylan Cavallari, the mysterious, aspiring musician who lives in her apartment building. Dylan’s piercing gaze and womanizing demeanor make him exactly the type of guy that Renee should steer clear of – which is most likely the reason she falls for him. But when Renee’s troublesome ex comes back and threatens to drive her and Dylan apart, Renee is forced to face her past and save her relationship with Dylan before it’s too late.

    Sound Bites dramatizes what happens when Renee finds herself caught between a painful past and an uncertain future. Happiness turns out to be within her grasp, but it all depends on whether she can trust herself enough to make the right decisions. Sound Bites is a novel about love, friendship, betrayal, forgiveness, and the power of music to help you find your way.