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Delicious Just Desserts by Lisa Fulham


Turn the pages of this tantalising, tasty collection of erotica. View the world through a lens, walk the moss-covered floor of the forest and learn just how pleasurable business can be. These eight poems and six stories, redefine friendship, drip with lust and invite you to a wedding with a difference. Be tested by Sir. Be bound by freedom.

Allow this anthology to capture and enrapture your imagination.

*Includes Out on Business previously published*


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Out on Business

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*Included in Delicious Just Desserts or may purchase separately*


When Lucy Hunt is informed by her boss she will be accompanying him on a weekend long conference; she wonders how she will be able to keep her thoughts on her work. Vivid dreams of all the things she would like to do to Mr Casey have given her many sleepless nights. A weekend in his company sounds like heavenly torture.
Blake Casey is all business and no play. Could his shy and bashful PA be the one to change all that in just a weekend?
When the company goes Out on Business, fantasies are experienced, stockings are worn and suits are torn apart.
Let Casey advertising company give you a pitch you won’t want to forget.


Words of a Season

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A collection of poetry carrying a winter theme. These poems were not born from a cold winter’s heart, they burn with passion and emotion


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About the Author


Lisa Fulham

I am an explorer of words. I love to create new people and see what adventures they can go on, but most of all I love to write. My words are my passion. 2015 saw me attend my first book signing and I am pleased to announce I will be attending a Leeds signing in 2016 too. Please check out my blog for all my latest news and work

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Should e-books be returned?

HONESTY is the best policy. Isn’t that what we have always been told? If so, then why is it so hard to be honest without getting ripped a new one?

I saw a post today in a book group and actually cringed when I read it. Not because I found the post offensive, but because I knew what type of comments that were about to flood that post. I felt bad for the person that wrote it. I’ve seen this subject over and over on many blogs and pages and it always stirs up some controversy.

I’m not posting any names so I will just use the word “they” or “the/this person”.

The post: The person said they had read the first few chapters of the book (No book/author was mentioned) and hated it. They also said they would never finish it. So they wanted to know if…

The book could be returned to Amazon and if they could get a refund?

*insert cringe* 

Yes, very touchy subject.

I didn’t want to read the comments but I couldn’t help myself because I’m a woman and I tend to be nosey from time to time. Just as I thought, there was some nasty comments. Not all, but most. I thought about posting a comment, but hell I was afraid I would get ripped a new one also.

After reading the comments I thought, What if this person is new to reading? What if this person is new to following blogs/groups/pages? This person, I’m assuming is just asking a simple question, not knowing that this one simple post is about to stir up a shit storm. I also thought this could possibly turn the person off from ever posting a question about anything book related again. Hell, I know it would probably make me think twice about it. Isn’t that the purpose of these groups/pages/blogs, to have others that you can confide in about certain questions/opinions/thoughts without being judged?

I seen in the comments that there were many different opinions on the return policy that Amazon has in place. I haven’t gone back and looked at the comments since earlier, I’m sure they’re a lot more by now or who knows the post could have been deleted by this point because the claws were coming out.

So what are your thoughts on the Amazon return policy? This question is for readers, bloggers, authors, and whoever else wants to chime in.

In my personal opinion, I don’t agree 100% with the policy. Is 7 days too long for a person to decide if they want to return a ebook? Hell, I can finish a full length book in a few hours, but then again, some may not start on the book for a few days or months, so it’s hard to say exactly what is the correct amount of time you should have for a refund. I believe a better system needs to be put in place on the return of ebooks. Like if you have read past a certain point you shouldn’t be eligible for a refund.  I realize these authors put in a ton of hard work and their own money into getting their books out there for others. I have honestly only returned a few ebooks and those were accidental purchases and was returned within a minute of the purchase. I normally one-click a book even if I’m not planning on getting to it for a month or so, just because I feel like I have to have it on my kindle right then, so the return policy thing never crosses my mind unless I see a post or something that gets me thinking about it or I accidentally purchase an ebook.

I think the main problem with the Amazon policy is not just the policy, it’s those who chose to abuse it. For instance, if you purchase an ebook, read it, then return it just because you have finished it within the timeframe it still can be returned then that’s stealing. Like I said this is just my personal opinion. I realize everyone has their own and even if we disagree I’m fine with that. I’m not going to hate you or call you names. Let’s agree to just disagree.

Here is a question that is mainly for authors. Would you rather have a book returned or receive a bad review? Yes, I know sometimes both happen, but I’m curious.

Other things that come into play with all of this. Samples.

I do read the book samples sometimes before deciding if I want to purchase a book. Sometimes the samples give you enough to know if it’s the type of book you will enjoy and other times the sample isn’t enough. Either way, I think if people utilized this more often they wouldn’t be as disappointed if the book didn’t meet their expectations. For me, the sample shows the authors writing style, which for me is a huge factor in whether or not I would be able to enjoy the book or not.

Should those who returned books get to write a review? I’ve seen many 1 star reviews saying “DNF. Returned book.” Those reviews tell me nothing so I normally ignore them. How do you feel about those reviews? I’ve seen many say they should be deleted.

Feel free to comment your opinions. This is a judge free zone here. Keep it classy my book loving friends.


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What’s with the title? I have to be honest. I have been a shitty blogger for the past few months.

Why post a confession? I follow this blog called Indie Authors & Book Blogs (Great blog, check it out) and each week they post these confessions that are sent in by Authors, Bloggers, and/or readers. Reading those is somewhat like my own little soapbox, and I have felt just the same as some of those who submitted anonymous confessions.  I have thought about submitting a confession or two but thought my rambling would be too much to fit on one of those confessions so why not post one on here. So I’m going to start from the beginning to where I’m at today. (I’ll try and keep this somewhat short)

I’ve been an avid reader for years and must admit when I would finish a book I would give a star rating but leave out the review. I thought I would sound like an idiot trying to portray my feelings for a book. When I learned of the book community on Facebook and started following book blogs and authors, some I had heard of and others I had not, I learned from following them that reviews are very important. So I thought baby steps. I started writing reviews, usually a sentence or two just stating whether I like it or not. It wasn’t too bad and I thought maybe my little review might help in some way or another.

After a year of following Authors and Blogs (Around 4000 at the time), I thought I could do this. I love sharing book info and giveaways, I’m going to start a blog. Several times I almost started a page then that little voice in my head would say “Who is going to follow?” and I would quickly change my mind. I probably drove my husband insane asking him “Do you think I should start a blog?”  He has always been supportive of my reading so of course he would say “I think it’s a great idea.”  So one night sitting on my couch with the laptop on my lap I did it, I started a blog. I felt nervous, excited, and thought to myself, “What the hell do I do now?”  I invited as many people as I knew that would be interested in helping me out. Soon some authors I had become friends with was spreading my page around and it started to grow rather quickly. Every time I would get a new like on my page I would jump for joy.

Soon after, I started receiving messages from Authors/PAs wanting help sharing or requesting a book review. I thought I was the shit being personally asked to review a book that had already been released or an ARC. It was a steady stream of requests at the beginning as my blog was building followers but then out of nowhere it seems the requests were doubling. At this point I learned a few things.

It took no time for me to learn that writing reviews for someone that personally asked me to read and review their book was tougher than I originally thought it would be. Mainly because I don’t like hurting people’s feelings, but I still wanted to be honest. If there are things in a book that could have made an impact on how I rated the book in a negative way I would try to be as constructive as possible. I hate reading mean reviews and I think they’re uncalled for. I also would write these long reviews that I was proud of but after a while figured that I was being somewhat of a hypocrite. I hate reading long reviews when I’m looking for a new book to read, so why am I writing them? Now I try and keep them shorter and to the point.

Star ratings can be tricky. There have been many times after finishing a book that I absolutely loved that made me think I should have rated some of my previously read books differently, but I don’t go change the rating. You wouldn’t think choosing between five stars could be so difficult, but it can be. So over the past six months or so my ratings have become… not harsher but I put more thought into it. Is it wrong to compare books? Some would say yes, but I have to compare my feeling between books just to get what I think is the correct star rating.

Here is where the start of me being a shitty blogger came in. I don’t think I possess the “No” gene because I wouldn’t turn anyone down. I just couldn’t, I thought it was possible for me to help every single person that asked for some type of help. I soon realized I’m not Superman and became very overwhelmed with all the books and blog tours I had signed up for. There was so much I wanted to do and not enough time.  I came close to just shutting this blog down several times but didn’t want to let anyone down so I marched on.

I soon realized I was spending more time on my laptop instead of doing what I loved, which is reading. I would get so behind on the reviews that I would have to rush through these books just to get the review posted when I had promised. I don’t think this is fair to the authors because I wasn’t able to slow down and take the time I feel each of these books deserved. Sometimes I wouldn’t even make the deadline not only because I was overbooked but because I have a family that also needs my attention daily. Each time I wouldn’t meet a deadline I would feel terrible.

So between family, blog tours, and the abundance of review requests I made the decision a couple months ago to not accept any more reviews, unless I had previously reviewed from an author before, just to take a breather. I had came to realize that running this blog had took the fun out of reading for me, and it’s nobody’s fault but my own. I’m the one who signed up for everything that was sent my way. Not only did I stop the review requests, I had stopped reading and blogging as well.

After a few weeks of being blog and book free, I decided to do some re-reading and started with a few of the books that made me fall in love with reading in the first place. (The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window by Kirsty Moseley, Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire, and a few others) After reading these, it put me right back into my reading groove and I have been reading several books a week again. I’ve been going through my kindle and trying out some of the books that have been sitting on there for a year or more. As much as I love getting ARCs to read I missed not having the chance to read some of the books I had purchased myself. Now I have the time to read those. (I will probably never get to all of them but I will damn sure try) I have also been slowly posting on my blog again. I still haven’t signed up for any blog tours, I will probably get back to that soon.

What’s the point of this post? There really isn’t one, I just wanted to get this off my chest. I’m not sure if anyone will even read this post. I would like to say if I have signed up for something and somehow missed it, I apologize. With all the craziness I had going on I’m sure quite a few things slipped my mind. I would also like to thank everyone who has followed along on my blogging journey so far and thank all of the Authors who has given me the opportunity to follow along in your journey as well.

Will I close my blog down? No, even if I only post a few times a week I’m still going to leave it up. I’m still going to continue to read, write reviews, and spread the love when I can. I’m just going to go at a slower pace.

What’s the greatest thing about starting a blog? For me, it’s all the amazing people I have met along the way. Some I consider my friends even though we may live in a different state or sometimes on a different continent. I’m thankful for every single person I have met and I hope to continue to make more friends in the book community.

So that’s basically the reason I have been a shitty book blogger. I feel a little better after typing this out. Who knows maybe I will do another confession again?


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PRICK (A Step-Brother Romance) by Sabrina Paige: 5 Star Review & Teaser


PRICK by Sabrina Paige
Caulter Sterling is a prick.

A filthy-mouthed, womanizing, crude, spoiled, arrogant prick.

The tattooed, pierced, panty-melting-hot son of a celebrity.

I hate him.

He’s slept his way through practically every girl at Brighton Academy.

Except for me.

I’m the good girl. The responsible girl. The 4.0, class president, studied-so-much-she-never-lost-the-big-V girl.

And in celebration of graduation and adulthood, I just made the worst decision in the history of ever.

I lost my V-card to the devil himself.

It was just one night. So what if it was mind-blowing? Hit it and quit it.

Except I just found out that my father – the Senator, the Presidential hopeful – is marrying Caulter’s mother. Oh, and this summer? We’re hitting the campaign trail.

One big happy family.

I’m totally f**ked.




5 Star Review
Caulter Sterling is a prick and oh so yummy! I one-clicked this book and started immediately and here I am two hours later writing a review.

As we all know the whole Stepbrother craze is in full effect right now so I was a little apprehensive about reading this one. I figure they all must be the same but that synopsis drew me in and the cover is pretty nice too. I was thrilled to discover it’s not like the other stepbrother books I have read and I must say this one is my favorite by far.

Did I mention Caulter Sterling is yummy? Oh yes I did, but I loved his asshole attitude and filthy mouth. Katherine Harrison is a good girl, has to be since her Daddy is the senator but it’s not who she wants to be. When these two are together it’s hot, funny, and they bring out the best and the worst in each other.

I really, really loved this book. The story flows at just the right pace and I couldn’t get enough. Definitely recommend.

About the Author
Sabrina Paige writes about smart, sexy women and the hot alpha males who love them. Outlaw bikers, cowboys, and military men make her swoon. She has found her own happily ever after with her active duty military husband and adorable toddler.

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AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT & NEW RELEASE: Holiday Heat by Cameron Lincoln


Title: Holiday Heat
Author: Cameron Lincoln
Release Date: March 9, 2015
For Rob and Suzie a week away on a beautiful Greek island is just what they need. A way to put behind them the stresses of work, to relax, have fun and explore their new relationship. Along for the ride are Kevin and Donna, the kind of people for whom a wild night is never far away. Together they’ll have a week they’ll never forget.

Passions soon build and indiscretions are bound to follow. How will they deal with their new feelings and desires, and how long can secrets remain hidden?



Suzie and Rob kissed with slow, sensual motions, lips suffused, tongues rolling against each other, tasting the delicious tang of the alcohol they had consumed. It filled them with an easy warmth destined to intensify. Rob’s fingers tickled at her hips, bunching her maxi dress, the hem rising like a stage curtain to reveal her shapely legs. Holding her dress in place he sank to his knees as if in proposal, but his commitment tonight would only be to her pleasure.
“What do we have here?”
Rob placed quick kisses on the concave white flesh of Suzie’s thighs and nuzzled his nose against the white of her panties. “You smell delicious,” he said, sliding a finger behind the material, rolling the back of his digit across the perfectly shaved whiteness beneath. He caught Suzie biting her lip with a smile tugging up the corners of her delicate mouth, the way she always did when he ventured below her waist.
Pulling the fabric aside he exposed her to the balmy evening air, angling his head to trace his tongue across the delicate folds of her vagina. He teased her lips apart, breathed against her unfurling flower, sending a gentle shiver through her upright body.
“Oh, that’s lovely,” she said, ploughing fingers through his hair as his hands came up the back of her legs, kneading her buttocks before sliding her panties off entirely. This was indeed wonderful. The stresses of an unbroken string of weeks at work evaporated and vanished as quickly as her panties were cast aside.
She sat down on the edge of the bed, spread her legs to reveal her sex to him, a beautiful pink fruit, ripe and juicy with anticipation. Lifting a leg, dangling it over his shoulder, she lay back on the bed, hair fanning across the sheet as she surrendered to Rob’s hungry feasting.
The first audible volley was fired from across the hall, a shrill yelp that would have worried were it not followed by Donna’s melodious giggling. Over the gentle sound of moist lapping, a cry came through the wall:
“Oh, that’s fucking good!”
Suzie let out a laboured gasp as her pleasure inexorably built. “Noisy. Told you.”
He lifted his moist lips from her for a second, smiling. “And the guys at the bar gave him something to prove.”




About the Author
Cameron Lincoln is an author and poet working in a variety of genres, including romantic erotica and fantasy. His erotic work is keenly focused on character, story and empowerment through sexuality.

His book Perfect Pleasures: An Anthology Of Romantic Erotica collects his most popular erotic shorts including Maria Unchained, The Madison Banquet, Extra Marital Pleasures and the exclusive story Focus.

Mine: Body & Soul is a poetry collection exploring the limits of the body and the depths of the heart. It became an Amazon #1 bestseller on its first day of publication.

Holiday Heat is a romantic erotica novel set on an exotic Greek island, following the adventures of two couples as they explore a new world of possibilities, trysts and secrets.

Cameron is currently working on The Mayfly, an urban fantasy novel.

He lives in England.

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Other Books by Cameron Lincoln



A single mother crafts her perfect fantasy using a very special service…

A dominatrix plays a game that will change her perception forever…

A secret affair is revealed with unexpected consequences…

Enter a world of erotic thrills and romantic, sensual encounters. A world of adoring couples, sexual explorers, and lost souls found again through love, lust and liberation.

PERFECT PLEASURES features six of Cameron Lincoln’s most intense stories, as well as additional shorts and a collection of poetry exploring sexuality in a variety of forms. All are rich in emotion, sensation, and the beautiful intensity of passion. Collects Maria Unchained, The Madison Banquet, Submissive Desire, A Friendly Rivalry, Extra Marital Pleasures and the brand new story Focus.




Mine: Body & Soul: Collected Poems


Take a poetic journey into the realms of sensation, thought, and passion. Mine: Body & Soul is a collection of Cameron Lincoln’s poetry exploring desire, lust, sensuality, emotion, identity, friendship and love. Divided into two sections, the pieces stretch the body to its limits and delve into the depths of the heart.




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NEW COVER REVEAL: The Final Note by Helen J. Barnes


The Final Note by Helen J. Barnes
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Dayton Scott loves three things in life. Mixing music. Producing music. The club scene. He embraces the DJ lifestyle, well, except for the meaningless sex and fast women.
Alannah Matthews hasn’t got time for men. She is on the verge of qualifying as a legal secretary and, frankly, she has had enough of men talking to her chest.
Their paths cross at a house party and they whip each other into a spin. They fall deep, hard and fast. But not everyone is happy. Enter, Regina Escarra. She runs Manchester’s hottest nightclub for her father, Dayton’s boss. She has wanted Dayton for a long time and has the contacts to make or break his career.
A once in a lifetime opportunity arises for Dayton and he wants Alannah by his side. But can she leave all she loves? Will Regina finally get her wish? Can Dayton make his mark on the music industry? It all comes down to – The Final Note.


My 5 Star Review
This is my first read that has an extremely hot, swoonworthy DJ and I loved it!

Dayton Scott, that name just sounds sexy and he very much lives up to it. He works at his uncle’s roofing firm but his passion is mixing music. He is the biggest DJ at Manchester’s hottest nightclub. Women throw themselves at him hoping to get just a piece of him but he never takes the bait. When he meets Alannah Matthews everything changes.

Alannah Matthews is not looking for a man at the moment. She is focused on finishing up school to be a legal secretary. A night out with her friends she meets Dayton, she is instantly taken by him. She finds him to be charming,funny,and downright sexy.

As Dayton and Alannah spend more time together it doesn’t take long before the two fall for each other. Dayton shows Alannah his world and she then understands just how amazing of a DJ he is. Just when everything couldn’t be more perfect for the couple Regina Escarra, a friend and co-worker of Dayton wants to have Dayton all for herself. Will Regina get her way and push Alannah and Dayton apart?

I was wrapped up in this book from the start. There is plenty of romance and suspense. Dayton is just perfect guy, even though he is very attractive he isn’t arrogant at all. Regina is ugh, hated her with a passion. I laughed and cried through certain parts of this book. One-click you don’t want to miss out on Dayton Scott. *Sigh*


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BLOG TOUR & GIVEAWAY: Carnal Persuasion by K.T. Fisher & Ava Manello

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Book: Carnal Persuasion
Series: Severed MC #4
Author: KT Fisher & Ava Manello
Genre: MC
Cover Design: Margreet Asselbergs
Cover Model: Asher Collins
Cover Photographer: Richard Hunter of RIHUPHOTO
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The fourth installment in the Severed MC series finds Cowboy wrestling with his demons. Can he go on, or is he too broken after everything he’s endured?

Meanwhile the citizens of Severed are caught up in a war, and it’s down to Severed MC to try and save them.

This book is going to blow your mind.

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Review: 5 Stars

The Severed MC series has been my favorite MC series from the beginning. I loved Carnal Persuasion just as much as the other books but it is a little different. Why do I say this? The other books are action-packed while this one has some action also it is no where near the amount we get in the others. With that being said I still loved Cowboy’s story.

Cowboy is broken, he feels like he isn’t good enough and never will be. I would say Cowboy is the most sensitive MC from this series yet, don’t get me wrong he still is a hard and scary as a biker. That sensitive side of him really made me fall hard for this broken biker.

Cowboy and Lucy are close but very complicated. Can they both overcome their own issues and differences and have a future together?

I think K.T. Fisher & Ava Manello make one hell of a team. Once I started reading I couldn’t put it down. As with the other Severed MC books you get several different POVs from many of the main characters. I really enjoy getting pieces of the other characters lives. The cover for Carnal Persuasion is my favorite (Very HOT) and I must say I think Cowboy may be my favorite biker. (I have a thing for hot damaged men) I can’t wait until the next one.



It’s dark when I let myself into Emma’s apartment. Even if everything has gone to plan, I know it will be tomorrow before she gets back.

I shouldn’t have let her embark on this crazy scheme of hers on her own. But, she was so determined; nothing and no one could sway her from her path.

I sink into her sofa, guilt eating away at me.

I’m carrying a shit load of guilt around with me these days. Guilt that I’ve let Emma go in search of a madman, guilt that I didn’t rush into that cabin in time, guilt that I sat there in the shop whilst Danni died just feet away, guilt for not getting to Cassie quickly enough and even more guilt that in my stupid ignorance I hadn’t realized she was still alive when I got there.

There’s so much guilt it feels like a fucking cancer, destroying me from the inside out.

I sit there in the darkness, alone. I feel so fucking alone all the time now, even when I’m in a crowd of people. Emma’s spent the last three months focused on revenge. It’s the only thing that’s kept her going. It was the reason she needed to get out of bed in the morning. I don’t have a focus and I sure as shit don’t have a reason for getting out of bed anymore.

This is a dangerous time of night. The time between midnight and dawn. It’s the time where I let the dark thoughts take over. Would anyone miss me if I were gone? I really don’t think they would. I think they’d be better off if I wasn’t here. I’m just a dead weight now.

I’ve lost weight. My jeans and shirt hang from my hollow frame. I have no interest in eating. I’ve
been keeping my own company most of the time. Not that anyone’s really noticed; they’re all so busy living their own lives, as they should.

The last three months, hell, the last six months, have been the scariest that most of us have lived through. We’ve been hunted, betrayed and picked off, one by one. I’m such a selfish prick I didn’t notice when my best friend was falling apart and turning into a rat. How could I not see the hell that he was going through? Perhaps though, he just learned to hide it well. A skill I’ve come to master myself of late.

I try to think of anyone who’d be better off with me in their life and I’m sad to say that I can’t. Sure, a few people would shed tears if I wasn’t around anymore, but they’d soon pick up and move on with their lives. Angel has Eve and Elizabeth. Prez has Teresa and they’re expecting a baby. Emma’s going to move on with her own life once tonight’s over. Come tomorrow, she won’t need me anymore.

I understand now what I have to do. It’s like a fog has lifted, revealing the clear path lying ahead of me.

I turn the polished metal in my hands. Such a small thing, yet it can destroy so many lives. Tonight though I’m going to use it to make other people’s lives better. That’s got to be a good thing. Right?

I place the barrel of the gun in my mouth, closing my lips around it. Am I supposed to say a prayer now? Make a peace with my God?

The problem is I no longer have faith. How can you watch so many people you love die and still have faith in a religion?

It’s selfish of me to do this here. It’s not fair on Emma. She’s tough though. She’ll handle it. She’ll get over it.
Spinning the barrel, I leave the decision to fate. Bracing myself, I pull the trigger. The click of the gun masking the soft click of the door opening.

Russian fucking roulette. The pull of the trigger is the only noise the gun makes. Fate has decided. She’s not done with me yet.

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Severed Angel (Severed MC#1)
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Carnal Desire (Severed MC#2)
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Severed Justice (Severed MC#3)
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About the Authors

KT Fisher

I love reading, it’s my favourite hobby. I’ve always had ideas for my own books packed into my head so I thought I would write them out for people to enjoy.

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Ava Manello

Passionate reader, blogger, publisher, and author. I love nothing more than helping other Indie authors publish their books be that reviewing, beta reading, formatting or proofreading,

I love erotic suspense that’s well written and engages the reader, and I love promoting the heck out of it over on my book blog.

I’m a mother, but most of all I’m me!

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