Wednesday, August 19, 2015

COVER REVEAL! Delicious Complication

I'm so excited and proud to show off the cover for my next Entangled Brazen.....

Coming 9/28/15

 Isn't it hot? And if you're a fan of Brazen, then you'll notice that this cover looks a little different than others. That's because the line was recently re-branded and my book is one of the first to show of the new look.

As part of the cover reveal, I'm also sharing an exclusive excerpt below and offering a great giveaway. So keep on reading and let me know what you think!


Blurb:
Event planner Daisy Robles can't remember a time when celebrity restaurateur―and celebrated playboy―Brandon Montoya didn't make her nuts. His infuriating arrogance, his hotness...his undeniable sexual energy. One night and a whole lot of expensive tequila later, Daisy's self-control is AWOL. And Brandon's making her crazy in all the right ways.

When their tequila-fueled make-out session hits the tabloids, Brandon is furious. At least until he realizes his “relationship” with Daisy is his chance to get his ill mother to Los Angeles for treatment. All he has to do is convince Daisy to be his pretend fiancée for two weeks...

The deal? No sex and no falling in love. But all it takes is a little heat to find themselves in a deliciously compromising position...

Excerpt:

Brandon laughed even harder. So hard that she could see tears in his eyes. As much as she liked seeing his mood lift, she hated to be the source of his amusement. Familiar pricks of annoyance stabbed at the back of her neck. “I don’t see what’s so funny.”

“It’s just…you try to act like you’re this tough, independent woman, and it turns out you’re not so tough after all. It’s…satisfying.”

Her irritation shot to threat level orange. “Whatever. You’re not perfect either.”

“I never said I was.”

Daisy slapped a hand on the bar. “Are you kidding me? Your whole life is about projecting perfection. Your hair, this suit, your car…the women you date. I’d be careful if I were you, Brandon. If you date any more Barbies, the tabloids are going to start calling you Ken. And we all know what poor Ken was missing.”

She lowered her eyes to his crotch and Brandon followed them. Then his head snapped back up and his laser stare went straight to her lips. “Trust me. The Barbies have no complaints. But if you don’t believe me, I’m happy to prove it to you, since I know you’ve been wondering.”

Invisible flames rushed up her face, burning her with both embarrassment and lust. She knew it had been a bad idea to drink with Brandon. She’d become too loose, too comfortable. And—before they started talking about his mom—she had started to become a little turned on. Damn alcohol.

Still, there was no way in hell she would ever admit he’d come close to the truth. He’d make fun of her again. Or worse, he’d sleep with her and then in the morning do whatever he could to make the situation go away.

Daisy had been tossed aside by enough people in her life. She wasn’t about to add a celebrity restaurant owner to the list. “Sorry, buddy. But there’s not enough tequila in this world.”

She watched his jaw muscle tense and knew she hit a nerve. Then his expression relaxed. “Suit yourself,” he said with a shrug before finally downing his shot. “Anyway, we both know you’re not my type. I like my women a little less bossy.”

Angry, mortified, and tipsy, Daisy jumped off the stool and bent to pick up her shoes. She tried to think of one last snarky comeback to toss at him before storming out of the bar. But when she stood back up, she couldn’t even form the words. It wasn’t her temper that left her speechless—it was the sight, just beyond Brandon’s shoulder, of her ex and that bruja Ginger snuggling in a corner booth.

Brandon noticed her still standing there and waved his hand. “Hello? I thought you were leaving?”

Daisy dropped her shoes and quickly slid her stool out of the way so she could reach to pull his hand down. That’s when Luis caught her eye and waved. “Great. Just great,” she muttered. “Now he knows I’m here.”

“Who knows?” Brandon moved as if to turn his head to see who Daisy was staring at.
“No. Don’t look.”

But it was too late. Brandon looked and then Luis awkwardly waved at him, too. He whispered something in Ginger’s ear and she nodded. Daisy watched as her ex called the waitress over. Her stomach sank. They were going to come over for a chat. She knew it. It had been awful enough to have to fake a smile every time she ran into them during the reception. But now, with a few tequila shots in her, Daisy doubted she could playact one more time. She was fired up from the last rumble with Brandon, in more ways than one.
There was no telling what she’d do if that witch waved her gaudy ring in front of her again. It would be bad for her to make a scene, or worse, get thrown out for making a scene. How could she hope to plan another wedding at the hotel if the owners had a restraining order against her?

She needed a buffer. Something or someone to make sure that she didn’t make a complete ass of herself.
That’s when the most ridiculous idea popped into Daisy’s head. So ridiculous she had to cover her mouth to stifle the giggle threatening to erupt. The man was dealing with the news that his mom had cancer. He’d probably never go for it. But as she watched Luis pay his tab, her ridiculous idea started sounding better and better.

“Kiss me,” she blurted to Brandon as Luis and Ginger stood up from their table.

Brandon choked on the drink he’d just taken. “Excuse me?”

“Look, I hate being that girl but, screw it, I am. So kiss me.”

“You just said there wasn’t enough tequila in the world.”

“Yeah, well. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Kiss my lips. Now.”

“Desperate? Forget it. You’re crazy if you think I’m going to kiss you after you just insulted me.”

“Oh my God. Would you do something useful with that tongue of yours for once and kiss—”

Brandon pulled her toward him and kissed her—hard—and his mouth swallowed up the rest of her sentence. At first, she was too shocked to kiss him back. Her eyes had been focused on Luis and Ginger walking toward them. But as Brandon’s warm tongue pressed forward, seeking entry, she no longer saw anything or anyone. She opened to him and he released a low groan that weakened her knees. She wrapped her arms around his neck, and he pulled her further into his chest. Her heart thumped madly as the rest of her body hummed with desire.

Holy hell. She wanted Brandon. Bad.

The sound of someone clearing his throat jerked her back into consciousness and she pulled her tongue of Brandon’s mouth. Their eyes met briefly and the desire reflected in his gaze sent another blast of heat through her. She turned away so as to not melt into his arms one more time, and faced an uncomfortable-looking Luis and an open-mouthed Ginger.

“Oh, hey guys. Are you heading home now?” She tried to sound nonchalant despite the fact Brandon had pulled her backward until she stood between his legs and hooked one of his arms around her waist.

“Yeah. We decided to have one last nightcap,” Luis said. He smiled at her but his eyes fell on Brandon.

The two couples stood there in silence for a few seconds before Luis reached out his hand to Brandon. “I don’t think we’ve met. I’m Luis Arroyo and this is my fiancée Ginger Soto.”

Brandon uncurled his arm from Daisy and shook Luis’s hand. “Good to meet you. I’m Brandon Montoya, Daisy’s boyfriend.”



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Friday, August 7, 2015

It's Release Day!

It's officially release day for COME UNDONE!

I want to offer my thanks and congratulations to my fellow box set authors: Kim Carmichael, Solera Winters, Louisa Bacio, Kerry Adrienne, C. Margery Kempe, Alyssa Breck, KC Burn and Linnea Alexis.

Rio is my story in the box set and I can't tell you how lucky I feel to have had the chance to make this song come to life as a romance story. By the lyrics, I knew Rio had to be a dancer and the story had to take place on some tropical island. But everything else was pretty much left up to my imagination. How fun, right?

Of course, everyone's inspiration came from the band itself. And if you were a teenager in the 80s, you were a fan of Duran Duran.

So, to celebrate the box set's release, let's do a giveaway! Post in the comments below your favorite song by Duran Duran and why. (It's okay if it's not Rio, LOL).

The giveaway will be open until 11:59pm PST on Sunday, August 9th. I'll choose a random winner and announce later that week.

The prize is a $10 Amazon gift card and your choice of one of my backlist titles (digital copy only).

Now, here's an excerpt from Rio...

Of course she still wanted him.
That’s why she was always so on edge whenever he was around. Her pride wouldn’t let her show him that she still thought about their one night together. So she had done everything to make him believe the opposite.
She didn’t want to want him. 
Yet when he stroked the inside of her wrist with his thumb and moved his face closer to hers, her resolve to push him away nearly evaporated.
Nearly.
 “You said it yourself. We’re too different. We don’t work well together,” she whispered and met his gaze head on.
He pulled her against him fully, and she felt his growing arousal. “I was wrong. There’s one thing we both know that we do together pretty fucking well.”
Chase whispered the last few words against her mouth. When she didn’t protest, he pushed in for a kiss. Warm, soft, and tentative. 
It was nice, but nothing she couldn’t walk away from. That is until his tongue swiped her bottom lip and jolted alive every sense, every nerve, making the rest of her resolve shatter in his arms. Sighing, she grabbed his shirt with both hands and kissed him back with fervor. His arms wrapped around her body, hugging her as if she might be carried away by the ocean breeze.
Their kisses turned hard and demanding, almost punishing. As if each of them had a price to pay for withholding such pleasure for so long. 
“God, I almost forgot how good you taste. So fucking sweet, like cherry,” he mumbled in between kisses. “I want to taste you everywhere. Please tell me you’re going to let me?”
The thought of him licking her somewhere else made her legs weak in anticipation. “Yes, yes I’ll let you.”



Once upon a time in the 80s there was a band, whose members stole the hearts of many a young girl. With their guyliner, unique fashion and music that struck through the heart, Duran Duran changed how we hear and see music. Today nine hot romance authors bring you stories inspired by their music. 

New Moon on Monday by Kim Carmichael 
Though she wants to experience the world and write poems, Luna Morrow conforms rather than allow her creativity to soar. Pampered, passionate, fashion designer Owen “Blake” Blakeney finds his muse the moment he spots a gorgeous, alternative waitress at the Club New Moon. After a wanton tryst in the back room of the club, Luna disappears. With his sights set on finding Luna, he sets out on a quest, to locate his mystery girl, and convince her to walk in his fashion show, though he never expected her to walk into his heart. 

Ordinary World by Solera Winters 
After a chance encounter at a coffee shop, an accident leaves employment agent Tessa Toussaint in a coma, while techie Yancy Howard finds his dreams filled with this fascinating woman. As the clock ticks on Tessa’s condition, Yancy falls deeper for the woman in his dreams. 

Hungry Like the Wolf by Louisa Bacio 
Janie never imagined her deepest fantasies coming true. She’d been flirting with the hot DJ at an ’80s club, but taking the interaction to another level seemed impossible. Until she runs into Tyler, her high school boyfriend, on the dance floor, and he makes all the right moves. 

Before the Rain by Kerry Adrienne 
The war is over, but the rain continues, day and night. The rebel faction, Verity, enlists Maddox to safely guide assassin Allana, out of the city. No problem. He’ll escort her, get paid, and return to his life. But the more he learns about the mysterious and beautiful assassin, the more she intrigues him. With the world falling apart around them, they must decide if they can trust each other despite the deceptions they face. If they can’t, they’ll die. 

Wild Boys by C. Margery Kempe 
It’s the end of the world and Digger’s trapped in a prison with some very wild boys. He loves the charismatic Joey, but he’s too busy fighting to be leader to notice. What are the odds they’ll all kill one another before they can escape? 

Love Voodoo by Alyssa Breck 
After a chance tarot card reading in a New Orleans voodoo shop, vampire Luca is intrigued by Collette, an alluring woman with uncanny intuition. Getting intimately involved with a human is the last thing Luca has in mind, but Collette wins his trust and their friendship grows into something deeper. When Luca’s clan learns that he has asked Collette to perform a spell against his psychotic sire, a deadly chain of events unravels that will change their lives. 

Union of the Snake by KC Burn 
After his fellow human colonists were enslaved by the Hilruda, Zerek, smuggler extraordinaire, made pissing off the alien oppressors both a career and a calling. When Essian, a sexy clan leader of the planet’s third species, needs Zerek’s help to fulfill a prophecy, the temptation of taking down the Hilruda is too good to pass up. Falling for Essian is not part of the plan. 

Girls on Film by Linnea Alexis 
After years of trying to break into mainstream movies, adult film actress Sophie Greene lands a role in a major motion picture. But not everyone is celebrating her good fortune. Her lover, Greg Vega, wants her to quit films entirely. And when a stalker emerges and begins sabotaging her career move, things get downright dangerous. 

Rio by Sabrina Sol 
When workaholic CFO Chase Simon is forced to take a tropical vacation, he sure as hell doesn’t expect to enjoy it. But when he finds out that he’ll be spending the next seven days with Rio, a sexy celebrity dancer from his past, his doubts begin to fade. Will life in the real world ever be the same for Chase again after discovering paradise in Rio’s arms? 

Monday, August 3, 2015

Countdown to Come Undone...

It's almost here!

I'm talking about release day for Come Undone, the box set featuring nine romance stories inspired by the music of Duran Duran. 

It seems like forever since my friend Louisa Bacio posted on Facebook that it would be fun to write stories based on the band's song titles. Of course, I put my hand up right away and claimed Rio. I mean, how could I not? My heroines are Latina, plus it's one of Duran Duran's biggest hits.

It wasn't until a few months later that authors Kim Carmichael and Solera Winters teamed up with Irksome Rebel Press and pulled the trigger to get the project moving. 

Before I even started writing, I watched the video several times and memorized lyrics. It had been several years since I'd seen the video so there were a lot of scenes I had completely forgot about. Plus, it turns out the lyrics are kind of all over the place! LOL. I found an article online that claims the song is actually two different songs put together after one of the original band members left. No wonder!

Eventually I found my inspiration and came up with a story of an overworked CFO forced to spend a vacation in paradise with a celebrity dancer from his past. 

Want to know more? I'll post an excerpt on Friday and also offer a special giveaway. In the meantime, Come Undone is available for pre-order on Amazon at only 99 cents!




Monday, July 13, 2015

Come Undone

I've been working on a secret project for a few months and I'm excited that I get to finally share the big news! 




Come Undone is a box set featuring 9 romance stories inspired by the music of Duran Duran. It will be released on Aug. 7, 2015. Here's the blurb and the official playlist of stories:


Once upon a time in the 80s there was a band, whose members stole the hearts of many a young girl. With their guyliner, unique fashion and music that struck through the heart, Duran Duran changed how we hear and see music. Today nine hot romance authors bring you stories inspired by their music. From the contemporary romance of fashion, technology, films and resort vacations to post-apocalyptic romance of assassins and prisons to another world of inter-species attractions, and paranormal tales of vampires and werewolves, these stories celebrate the genre-changing music.

NEW MOON ON MONDAY - Kim Carmichael
The passion takes place at the New Moon on Monday
ORDINARY WORLD - Solera Winters
A man dreams of an extraordinary love hoping his dreams can survive in an ordinary world.
HUNGRY LIKE THE WOLF - Louisa Bacio
Only music and passion can satisfy her hunger for the past.
BEFORE THE RAIN - Kerry Adrienne
Love wasn’t as complicated before the rain.
WILD BOYS - C. Margery Kempe
Even at the end of the world, no prison can hold these wild boys!
LOVE VOODOO - Alyssa Breck 
Not even the immortal are immune to the voodoo of love.
UNION OF THE SNAKE - KC Burn
Find redemption in the Union of the Snake.
GIRLS ON FILM - Linnea Alexis
Some people can't tell the difference between real life and reel life.
RIO - Sabrina Sol
He never expected to find paradise in the arms of Rio.

**If you're a romance blogger and are interested in signing up for the Come Undone blog tour, please email me at 2sabrinasol@gmail.com



Friday, June 19, 2015

National Kissing Day - Eric and Amara's first kiss

Happy National Kissing Day!

For most people, the first kiss with the person they love is a beautiful and wonderful thing. There are so many emotions swirling around that it can't help but be memorable.

So in honor of National Kissing Day, I'm sharing an excerpt from my recently released novel Delicious Temptation. This scene takes place in the first chapter. Our hero and heroine have just been reunited after 12 years. She recognizes him, he doesn't recognize her. But there's instant attraction and heat (did I mention this takes place in a bakery?!).

I hope you enjoy and, of course, besos to everyone!

Amara’s heart raced. He stared at her, and this time she couldn’t look away if she tried. The want and need she saw reflected in the dark pools of his eyes reeled her in. Eric Valencia—the object of her silly teenage girl crush and regular subject of her grown woman fantasies—wanted to kiss her. And at that moment, she wanted nothing more in this world than to kiss him back.

It shocked the heck out of her that she was actually admitting it. What would people—what would her parents— say if they knew good girl Amara was thinking of making out with some man in the bakery’s kitchen? Although Eric wasn’t just some man, and that made it even more scandalous. The chisme police would have a field day.

Who says they have to know?

She’d given up so much over the years in order to do what she was told or what was expected. Stealing one kiss—one small piece of pleasure for herself—wasn’t only justified, it was well deserved.

And the fact that it was Eric gave it a certain forbidden feel that made it all the more tempting. It didn’t even matter that he’d just walked back into her life. The want she knew as a teenager had flared into raging desire the moment she’d recognized him.

So when he finally slid one arm around her waist to pull her closer, she didn’t stop him. He tipped her chin upward and she closed her eyes as their lips brushed against each other for one soft, hesitant first kiss. The contact lasted only a few seconds. Just long enough to make her crave a second one. Her eyes opened and she met his questioning gaze. He looked at Amara as if she’d appeared out of thin air and he had no idea how his mouth had ended up on hers.

Before panicky thoughts could set in about whether his puzzled expression meant he regretted the kiss, large calloused hands framed her face and his lips found hers one more time.
The gentleness from before vanished. This kiss was hard and deep.

His tongue pressed at her mouth, demanding she open for him. She surrendered willingly, clutching his shoulders for support as her body gave way against his. Her small cries of pleasure elicited deep, throaty groans from him. He moved his hands from her face to roam across her body in desperate exploration until finally cradling her back as he pulled her into a full embrace.

Everything else fell away at that moment. She lost herself in him and the way he kissed her. She’d been kissed before, of course. But never like this.

Fevered. Unrestrained. Shameless.

Every nerve and every one of her senses zinged to life. And with every kiss, he recharged her soul. It was exactly what she’d needed after that morning. She felt reckless and wild—the antithesis of every thing she’d ever been taught to be.

And she loved it.



ABOUT DELICIOUS TEMPTATION

The only thing naughtier than a bad boy is a good girl…

Amara Maria Robles is a good girl. So good that she gave up her dreams of becoming a renowned pastry chef to help her parents with their struggling Mexican bakery. Yet her parents reject any changes she suggests, and refuse to sell her mouth-watering confections. Clearly being a good girl isn’t paying off. So when her brother’s sexy ex-best friend walks into the bakery, Amara’s tempted to be very bad indeed…

After a scandal twelve years ago, resident bad boy Eric Valencia has returned to make things right with his family and friends. One glance at Amara and her wicked curves, however, and Eric finds himself thinking about how she’d feel beneath him—something he promised Amara’s brother he would never think about, let alone do.

But this bad boy is deep trouble…because Amara’s determined to have her cake, and Eric, too.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

#TeaserTuesday: Delicious Temptation

Here's a taste of my latest release DELICIOUS TEMPTATION:

About the book:

The only thing naughtier than a bad boy is a good girl...

Amara Maria Robles is a good girl. So good that she gave up her dreams of becoming a renowned pastry chef to help her parents with their struggling Mexican bakery. Yet her parents reject any changes she suggests, and refuse to sell her mouth-watering confections. Clearly being a good girl isn't paying off. So when her brother's sexy ex-best friend walks into the bakery, Amara's tempted to be very bad indeed...

After a scandal twelve years ago, resident bad boy Eric Valencia has returned to make things right with his family and friends. One glance at Amara and her wicked curves, however, and Eric finds himself thinking about how she’d feel beneath him—something he promised Amara's brother he would never think about, let alone do.

But this bad boy is in deep trouble...because Amara's determined to have her cake, and Eric, too.         

Excerpt:

“Let me do that,” he said, pulling her hands down to her side and moving behind her. He untied the halter straps behind her neck, then touched the zipper. She nearly jumped out of her skin when she felt his soft lips on her back.
“Tell me something,” he rasped. “Did you wear this for him? Your answer will determine how I take this dress off of you.”
A thrill ran up her body. She tried to answer, but she could barely breathe.
He moved his lips to the side of her neck, just below her jawline, making a delicious trail of light, butterfly kisses that electrified every nerve. When he reached around and started caressing her breasts, she moaned in satisfaction.
“Well, I’m waiting. Am I going to rip this dress right off you so you can never wear it again, or am I going to slide it off your body using only my teeth?”
Her thighs quivered at his sexy threat. Either way sounded absolutely wonderful. She tried to regain some sense of control so she could answer. “I didn’t wear for it him because it wasn’t a date,” she admitted, scared and excited about what he’d do to her for letting him think it was. “He just wants me for my baking skills, to work in his — ”
More words escaped her as she felt him pull the zipper down with his teeth. Her breasts strained against her black lace bra, the friction hardening her nipples. When the dress finally fell to the floor, Eric’s mouth traveled up her body. Her knees buckled when she felt something wet and hot against the back of her thighs.
She groaned. And when he licked her, just along the seam of her thong panties, she groaned even louder. Eric’s mouth on her skin was beyond anything she could’ve ever imagined. Heat flared wherever he touched her, however he touched her. She wasn’t just melting. She was combusting.
 
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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The Long Road to Delicious Temptation

It's finally here! It's release day for my new Brazen novel DELICIOUS TEMPTATION!

To say it's been a long journey for this book would be an understatement. Because this was the book that almost wasn't written.

In 2013, having just published my first novella, I attended the California Dreamin Writers Conference  in Irvine, Calif. It was my first conference and I was overwhelmed by the great workshops being offered.

During one of these fantastic workshops, an editor from a well-known publishing house told attendees that she would read our pitches if we submitted them to her at the end of the workshop. I had no story in mind and nothing written on my laptop, but even I knew that this was a golden opportunity. So instead of listening to her speak, I plotted. I'm not exactly sure how the idea for a food romance set in a Mexican bakery came to me. But it did. Kind of. By the end of the workshop, all I had was a couple of scribbles on a piece of paper. So I asked the editor if I could turn in the pitch later and she said as long as I got it to her before she left the conference, she'd read it.

That night, my friends and I gathered in one of their hotel rooms to write and I worked on my pitch. At one point, I became so frustrated that I told them I was going to give up. Like good friends do, they told me I couldn't and helped me flesh out a bare-bones outline for the story that would eventually become DELICIOUS TEMPTATION.

I turned it in and within a week, I got a request from the editor's assistant to see the completed manuscript. What? I was shocked. After I picked myself up off the floor, I emailed back and confessed it wasn't ready and could I turn it in after a few months? The assistant said that was fine and I got to work on writing the book.

I wrote like a crazy woman for about six weeks straight. I got to about 48,000 words of the minimum required 60,000 and then I stopped writing. I could blame a few things -- getting sick, the death of my cousin, life in general. Then I heard from a friend that the editor left the publisher and that gave me the biggest excuse of all to not touch the story again.

Remember those author friends I told you about? Well, they weren't about to let me off the hook. Months passed and every so often I'd get a nudge, "Did you finish that book yet?" "When are you going to start writing again?" "If you need me to look at the first chapter, I can."

Although I had long stopped believing that I could write this book, my friends never did.

Then last year, when I heard about Entangled Publishing's submission call for "Dirty Talkers" for its Brazen line, something sparked. I loved reading the Brazens from Entangled. And for the first time in a long time, I got excited about my story and the possibility of it becoming a Brazen.

And so I started writing.

The final book, the one being released everywhere today, is so much more than I ever thought it could be. While the basic pitch is pretty much the same as the one I scribbled onto a piece of paper during that editor's workshop, the story's passion and heart developed during this journey.

So while I sometimes kick myself for not finishing this story earlier, I also think that I wasn't meant to. The timing wasn't right. The publisher wasn't right. My experience as an author wasn't right. In other words, the story wasn't ready to be told.

Until today.

And that means it's time to celebrate! I'll be visiting other blogs this week and giving away some prizes along the way. You're welcome to visit me -- just see the schedule below. Of course, we can't celebrate without a party...or two. I'm holding a Facebook party from 5 to 11 p.m. (CST) and my guest hosts are Katee Robert, Megan Erickson, Louisa Bacio and Nikki Prince. Sign up here if you'd like to join us!

I'm also throwing a live in-person party on Friday, May 22 in Los Angeles. For more info and to RSVP, click here.

Finally, I just wanted to take a moment to thank my author friends and my family for their continued support and inspiration. You may not have written this book, but you definitely helped finish it. <3


ABOUT DELICIOUS TEMPTATION


The only thing naughtier than a bad boy is a good girl...

Amara Maria Robles is a good girl. So good that she gave up her dreams of becoming a renowned pastry chef to help her parents with their struggling Mexican bakery. Yet her parents reject any changes she suggests, and refuse to sell her mouth-watering confections. Clearly being a good girl isn't paying off. So when her brother's sexy ex-best friend walks into the bakery, Amara's tempted to be very bad indeed...

After a scandal twelve years ago, resident bad boy Eric Valencia has returned to make things right with his family and friends. One glance at Amara and her wicked curves, however, and Eric finds himself thinking about how she’d feel beneath him—something he promised Amara's brother he would never think about, let alone do.

But this bad boy is in deep trouble...because Amara's determined to have her cake, and Eric, too.    


  





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