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With all the things that can go wrong today, it's time to focus on the things that can go right. Love and sex don't always have happy endings in real life, that's what fiction is for.
Savina Joyce wants to help you forget about your daily worries and get swept away by a little romance. Her stories are fun and flirty. Some are even hot! She draws inspiration from real life whenever she can. If that's not possible, she makes it up. That's the best part of being an author. Savina can shape her own reality.
When Savina isn't writing new stories, she is scouring the web for new yoga poses. Her desire may exceed her yoga skills, but that never stopped her from trying.
Come fall in love. You might find a new book boyfriend or two!
Here is a short sample from the book:
When Phaedra opened the door, she was not disappointed. Logan stood before her in a black suit with black satin lapels and an embroidered pattern on it. It took the standard tux and elevated it to a more refined level. He was much more stylish than she gave him credit for.
She noticed that he had his hand behind his back. Phaedra had been so distracted by his stunning outfit that she hadn’t even realized at first. When Logan saw the realization dawning in her eyes, he smiled and winked at her. From behind his back he pulled a dozen of the reddest long stem roses she had ever seen.
In a daze, Phaedra reached out to touch them. Their heads were velvety soft. These were much better quality than any other rose she had ever seen. She gathered the bouquet in her arms and brought them toto her face, breathing in the heady scent.
“I guess you really like roses,” Logan said with a laugh.
“I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to be so distracted. These are the most beautiful flowers I have ever seen.”
“Good. I bought them because they made me think of you. Your hair always smells like roses and you’re more beautiful than these flowers could ever be.”
Phaedra took a step back. She wasn’t expecting Logan to say anything like that. She wondered what Logan would say to someone he was really in a relationship with. She decided not to press the issue. It had been a long time since any man had said such sweet things to her.
“That is the kindest thing anyone has ever said to me. Thank you,” she said trying not to blush.
“If I had seen you in this dress before I went to the florist, I would have bought the whole store.”
Phaedra smiled. She wasn’t sure how to even thank someone for a compliment like that.