Originally August 26, 2014

Perfect Ten

 

Man candy isn't on her menu, but maybe one taste won't hurt...

 

Joe Starling has been stinking rich, and he’s been dirt poor. But from the moment he figured out what makes women scream, he’s been raking in the cash. Not as a prostitute. Not technically…

 

Sex isn’t officially part of the Perfect Ten escort service’s package. Yet Joe is almost embarrassed to admit his “package” has gotten quite a workout in the past seven years. Truth be told, the ladies want him, and he can’t say no.

 

Faith Graham’s first reaction to Joe Starling? No. Make that hell no. She needs an average Joe on her arm for her model sister’s wedding. Who will believe a dazzling hunk like him would date the Graham sister who has a few too many curves?

 

For the first time, Joe experiences what it’s like for a woman to look at him with loathing rather than lust. And he doesn’t like the feeling. Because there is nothing in this world he wants more than to turn her emphatic no into a heartfelt yes. In fact, a lifetime of yes would work just fine for him…

Imperfect Encounter

 

Whoever said money can't buy happiness never paid for an escort...

 

After a two-year sexual dry spell, Chloe Dasher is ready to jump back in the game and get more than just her feet wet. Not interested in a serious relationship, she takes a different route and hires an escort for one night of no-strings-attached, down and dirty sex.

 

Enzo Bauer isn’t interested in just one night with the sassy little firecracker. She has so much more to offer, and Enzo wants it all, but Chloe is gun-shy after facing the heartache of a failed marriage.

 

When tragedy strikes, it’s Enzo who shows her what true love and commitment really is. Will Chloe be able to let go of her past, and forgive Enzo’s transgressions to see that an Imperfect Encounter can lead to the future she’s always deserved?

March 21, 2016

Contemporary  & Erotic Romance Author

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