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Coming in December...

When your sexy vacation hookup becomes too hot to handle


ADDICTED TO YOU by Leslie Kelly 

Ten months ago, Heather Hughes had an unbelievable few days with hot quarterback Nate Watson. It ended in scandal and heartbreak. Now her mother is getting remarried in the Caribbean—to Nate's father. The chemistry between her and Nate is still hotter than the tropical sun…but Heather's already been burned once. Can she risk it again?  


MORE THAN A FLING by Shana Gray 

Lana Hunter has a few precious days in Hawaii before a big business meeting—time to relax and indulge herself. But indulgence takes on a whole new meaning when she meets dishy South African Grant Rankin. It's the perfect fling—brief and wicked. After days exploring volcanoes and nights exploring each other, how will Lana ever return to real life?

Excerpt from ADDICTED TO YOU

Before this week, Heather Hughes had considered multiple orgasms to be a fantasy that very few people believed in, much less experienced. Like the tooth fairy, or love at first sight, or fat-free salad dressing that actually tasted good.

She’d been wrong. Oh, so wrong.

“I think I’m going to need a defibrillator,” she managed to mutter between harsh breaths. She collapsed onto a silky pile of sheets and pillows, her heart pounding wildly in her chest. Every bone in her body had apparently melted away, along with all her strength. The wild sex-against-the-wall had been both incredibly pleasurable and aerobically challenging. The only things she could move were her lips, which curled up into a well-satisfied smile. “Will you resuscitate me?”

“How about I do mouth-to-mouth?” Nathan asked, falling beside her, his hand finding hers in the rumpled sheets.

“I think you already have. A lot.”

“Are you complaining?” he said with a confident, masculine chuckle, already knowing the answer.

“Most definitely not.”

God, no. Nate Watson was hands-down the best kisser she’d ever known. Best lover, too. Best-looking. Smartest. Sexiest. Funniest. He was, without a doubt, the perfect man.

Hard to believe she’d only known him for seventy-two hours.

When she’d set out for a long girls’ weekend getaway in Vegas, she’d never dreamed she’d meet someone so amazing. She’d certainly never expected him to ask her to extend her trip so they could spend more time together.

She’d refused at first, having responsibilities at home. She ran a shop right on the plaza in Santa Fe and seldom took time off work. But her two best friends had cheered her on, urging her to go for it. When they got right down to it—saying every woman should grab at least one wild adventure with a guy most only dreamed of meeting—she knew they were right. So once they’d promised not to tell anyone she was staying longer so she could get her freak on with a stranger she’d met at the craps tables, she’d said yes.

Heather had never done anything so wild and reckless in her life. Being the nice, reliable, bleeding-heart owner of an art gallery, she was far more the type you’d expect to run off to join the Peace Corps than to shack up with some guy. Yet here she was. Frankly, she couldn’t remember a time when she’d been happier.

“Are you sure you don’t want to come with me today?” he asked. “Free food.”

“No, I don’t think so,” she said, slowly shaking her head, capable of no more movement than that. “I think I need to float in the pool and recuperate.”


“From you.”

“From us, you mean,” he said, nuzzling her throat. His slightly stubbled jaw made her quiver with helpless appreciation. God, she loved the feel of this man, the taste of him, and the power of him.

But she hadn’t been joking. They’d made love so many times, in so many exciting, wild ways, that she felt like she needed to remain motionless for hours, just to regain her strength.

“You go do your being famous stuff, and I’ll just nap.”

He laughed softly. “You still don’t believe I’m famous?”

She hadn’t, at first, being someone who paid absolutely no attention to any kind of sports. So of course she had not recognized the Super Bowl winning quarterback, or ever even heard of his name, not until he’d told her last night.

“I believe you,” she admitted. “The way women fall over you was a tipoff.” Though, of course, his incredible looks—thick, dark hair, dreamy brown eyes, powerful, rock-hard body—could have explained that. “And the gushing casino owners were, too.” Though, of course, his obvious wealth could have explained that. “But there’s really no other way to explain that group of college guys who tried to carry you across the lobby last night, unless you’re the world’s oldest frat pledge, or your tastes are a whole lot more varied than you’ve let on.”

He reached over and cupped her breast, reminding her of just how much he liked her woman’s body. “Don’t ever question my tastes.”

“So who are you pledging? Alpha Alpha Alpha?” she asked with a giggle, because the man was the definition of that word.

“Very funny.”

“Okay, okay. Just remind me—is football the one with the big, round, orange ball or the pointy triangle ball?”

“You’re hopeless,” he said, running his fingers gently through her hair. He’d told her that her red hair had caught his eye from across the casino the night they’d met, and that he’d been hoping she would cross his path. Funny that she’d ended up cheering on one of her friends at the craps table where Nate was laying bets much larger than her own. Funny...and lucky.

“Sorry, the only sport I like is croquet. I’d kick your ass in croquet.”

“I don’t doubt it.”

And she didn’t doubt him, not anymore. She’d been skeptical at first. After he’d told her who he was, laughing at her shocked expression when he admitted most of the rest of the world would have known him on sight, she’d checked him out on the Internet. Yeah, he was a pretty big deal. Which just made her wonder even more why he’d spent the past three days glued at the hip to her.

Of course, their hips did match up very nicely. As did all their other parts.  

She shivered with the thrill of the sensual memories. Noticing, he dropped a powerful arm across her waist, pulling her close, as if to warm her. Frankly, when Nate pulled her against his smoking body, she didn’t get warm, she got hot. Luckily, the opulent suite at one of the most exclusive five-star hotels on the strip was nicely air conditioned.

“I’m becoming addicted to you,” he whispered as he leaned closer to scrape his lips along the edge of her ear. He nibbled on the lobe, breathing hotly down her neck.

“I can’t move,” she said, groaning even as she laughed at how utterly relentless he was.

“You don’t have to. Just lie there and enjoy.”





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