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About the author:
Life in Northern California is full of surprises, including these romance novels. I have been happily married for thirty years, and we have raised two wonderful children. I honestly wouldn’t trade places with anyone else, living or dead, real or imagined.
What inspired you to write your book?
A love of female con artists.
Here is a short sample from the book:
Alejandro set down the guitar and leaned back in his chair, giving me a sultry look that lit me up from the inside. “I can tell you’ve been working hard.”
Oh, yes! This was what I needed after a day of juggling the con: a safe place to unwind with some of that raw passion I could see in his eyes. I started off coy, swinging my hips and giving him my best hard-day-at-work swagger as I walked across the room. “You know how it is,” I grinned. “Dog eat dog.” I stopped in front of him and propped my hands on my hips.
He stood up and pulled me into his arms, wrapping me snugly. “Bow wow. Need something to help you relax? A drink?” One hand ran up and down my body while the other held me tight.
I let my head rest against his solid chest while my hands busily explored the sculpted landscape. “It’s okay,” I smiled as I gave him a squeeze. “I’ve got one right here. A tall, cool drink that smells like cloves and tastes like sin.” I brought my mouth up to his and took a long, refreshing drink. As I suspected, this tall, cool drink was sizzling hot.
His kisses still managed to surprise me, a beautiful dance of lips and tongues submerged in overwhelming sensation. We groped each other for several minutes, desperately trying to find ways to get closer.
Finally, we pulled away, heated stares still linking us together. “Bedroom,” he growled. I nodded and stole another kiss. I couldn’t resist. After all, his mouth was world famous for its incredible sexiness. And it turns out those millions of women were right.