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About the author:
Stacey grew up in a small Pennsylvania town strongly influenced by her mother's passion for reading. She read her first romance novel in her early twenties and hasn't stopped.
Stacey holds a master’s degree in molecular biology and is employed as a supply chain product leader in the pharmaceutical industry.
She makes the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania her home with her husband, Teddy, and two daughters, Madeline and Anna.
What inspired you to write your book?
Stacey Komosinski blends her love for romance novels and Texas with the opinion that you can find it all in this debut novel. She was inspired by her own love story and a visit to San Antonio in 2016.
Here is a short sample from the book:
He pulled her panties down, over her toes, and tossed them to the floor. Then slowly he brought his fingers back to her, finding the spot between her legs. He knew she wanted him when he touched her, and she shivered. He slipped a finger inside, and she groaned against his mouth, making him hard. “Take me to bed,” she begged.
Chris smiled. “Not yet. I still have things I want to do to you.”
In a husky, demanding whine, she protested, “But I need you now.”
“I want to watch you let go with my hands, then we’ll go to the bed.”
In tantalizing circular motions, his fingers expertly teased her. She felt tight sensations building in her core.
He stopped to pull her T-shirt over her head.
She moaned. “Please, don’t stop. I need you so bad.”
“You’re so beautiful.” He looked at her naked body. There was something so sensual about having her exposed in front of him. Her head hung off his arm and her hair swung as she moved her head back and forth in pleasure. The beautiful way she trusted him with her body and wanted him to touch her drove him crazy, but he took quick, shallow breaths to control his deep desire.