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About the author:
Afton Locke is a USA Today Bestselling Author who prefers romantic fantasies to everyday reality. Fantasies take her to different times, races, places, and beyond. She lives with her husband, several unnamed dust bunnies, and a black cat that can be scary or cuddly, depending on the current book. When she’s not writing, Afton enjoys hiking, cooking, reading, and watching retro T.V.
What inspired you to write your book?
This book was inspired by documentaries about communes and events that occurred 50 years ago in 1969. Once the idea got in my head, I had to write it.
Here is a short sample from the book:
She decided to reread the pages again to see if it would help her make sense of it all. When she’d gotten halfway through the first page, the door opened and Jeremy glided in, holding a steaming cup of tea. The scent of warm spices filled the air.
As soon as he gazed at her, her pulse and body heat spiked again. What was wrong with her? Over time, if she got to know him, the reaction would probably go away, but she didn’t plan to stay around long enough to find out.
“It smells good,” she said to break the spell.
He stepped closer. “Share it with me.”
When he held it under her chin, its warm steam caressed her face. Every muscle in her body went limp, and she dropped the pages of his manuscript. Refusing to drink would surely insult him, so when he angled the cup to her mouth, she took a sip. The hot fluid and pungent taste raised her temperature even more.
Did he have to stare at her so?
After he moved the cup away, he brushed a drop of tea from the corner of her lips. A feral beast stirred in her womb, giving her the insane urge to lick his finger, pull it into her mouth, and suck. Hard.