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Annie ( Chapter 18 )

The wedding night banana trick which could be heard for a half of a mile when he came, well that was out. Then there was the double cum shot, one to the pussy and one to the mouth that he loved, but the legs behind the head made him speechless. Annie knew she had the power to give Teddy all three at once, but Teddy would never make it through one.

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ARC Review: What I Love About You by Rachel Gibson

Rachel Gibson is a go-to author that I actually haven’t read in awhile. With all the books out there I find it hard to get to the authors I use to love. So I was glad to have a chance to get back to her. She writes small towns and humorous romance with the best of them and What I Love About You did not disappoint on either front. First there is Blake. He’s an ex-SEAL and now a private military contractor who is battling his demons, alcohol and PTSD (though he swears he doesn’t have PTSD). He moves to Truly, Idaho to get away from it all and see if he can put his life back together after rehab. What he doesn’t want is the lovely lady next door or her cute 5-year-old daughter. But you can’t always get what you want, but as the song says, “Sometimes you...

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Husband Meets Hero: Interview with "Beauty and the Brit"'s David Pitts-Matherson

I found out something fun the other day when David Pitts-Matherson from BEAUTY AND THE BRIT met up with my husband, Jan Selvig. I wanted to know what my guy would ask my hero. Guess what? Ain’t the same things I’d ask—not even close! But the questions led to some great answers and David seemed relieved to have some non-touchy-feely questions to put his mind to.Never fear—I got in a couple of girly questions at the end—but, mostly, here are all the simple guy things Jan wanted to know.

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ARC Review of The Duke of Dark Desires

Another great read by Miranda Neville. This is the conclusion of the Wild Quartet series and I really enjoyed this book. I have been waiting with great anticipation for Julian's story and I was not disappointed. Some readers said that they didn't like Julian. In Lady Windermere's Lover he is not portrayed as a nice guy, but you have to look deeper into the story to understand the reasons. Miranda is a master at character development. Juilian made a a mistake when he was younger and it has shaped the person he has become. As the story develops you see the transformation his character makes and you care what happens to him. Jane is a stong woman who is out to find the villain who betrayed her family and kill him. All she knows is his name, Mr. Fortescue. She takes a position as governess to three young ladiea who's...

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#AvonAddict Friday: Candis Terry Giveaway

This post is property of Geeky Bloggers Book Blog - ..reader with a blog and a glass of wine I’m Felicia and I am an Avon Addict! I am so excited to be part of the Avon Addict community. Since I am not big on posting book blasts, cover reveals, ect during the week because of my review schedule, I figured the best way to be a good Avon Addict is to start the #AvonAddict Friday Series! Each week I will be highlighting books that have recently been released, rereleases, cover reveals, and future books coming down the pike that appeal to me. This will mostly focus on Historical and Paranormal romance (since these are my favorite) but will occasionally have other entries that caught my eyes! #AvonAddict Friday : Candis Terry Giveaway Silvea | 123rf Stock Photo This week I am going to highlight a few Book Tours that will be happening...

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