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    My newest erotic romance novella, SECRET DESIRES, is out! It was published YESTERDAY buy Black Velvet Seductions. Here's a blurb, and below, you'll find a link to BVS for an excerpt.

    Morgan Moran knew there were good surprises and bad surprises. A good surprise was getting into the hairdresser because of a cancellation or being treated to a day at a luxury spa by her boyfriend. A bad surprise was having that boyfriend pop the question before she was sure she wanted to commit.

    Morgan feared her boyfriend Jack Hudson would ask her to marry him. She loved him—but she wasn’t sure she could love him until death-did-she part. Jack was kind, gentle, thoughtful and built like a sex god, but he was boring in the sack. She wasn’t sure she could settle for a lifetime of vanilla sex when what she really craved was thirty-one flavors.

    In his younger days Jack had sowed some wild oats. Really wild – the kind of oats that he knew would shock Morgan. But he’d cleaned up his act and become a responsible, respectable veterinarian since then. He was ready to settle down and ask Morgan to be his wife. He was crazy about her. She was a sexy, sassy, spitfire of a woman that kept him on his toes. Unfortunately, she also kept him waiting. And waiting. She was late to everything. To Jack it seemed almost as if she was trying to push his buttons. He’d decided that if she was late one more time he was going to spank her.

    When Morgan showed up three hours after her own birthday celebration, she forced Jack to take a very firm stand. The firm stand and the discussion that followed unleashed a night of passionate discovery that fulfilled all of Morgan’s secret desires. But in the harsh glare of morning, she wondered if the price paid for fulfillment had been too high.
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