Mocha Memories

Mocha Memories

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by Siobhan Kinkade
This story is about a memory Michael has about Shayna and her love of coffee among other things.


This story is about a memory Michael has about Shayna and her love of coffee among other things.

Product Details

Mocha Memoirs Press, LLC
Publication date:
31 Days of Steamy Mocha , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
File size:
148 KB

Meet the Author

From a very early age, Siobhan found herself drawn into dark worlds filled with mystery and intrigue. By age ten she was reading every horror novel she could steal from her brothers, and oddly spent most of her time avoiding the romance genre at all costs. In high school she was rarely the life of the party with her terrifying tales that left her peers sleeping with the lights on for weeks at a time.

Not much has changed since then. She is still a voracious reader and recovering grammar junkie.

Left to her own devices, she plots interesting ways to seduce, frighten, and destroy. While she gravitates toward the dark and eerie, she is also very much a free spirit and hopeless romantic. With multiple stories in publication and several more on the way she spends her time writing happy-ever-afters for the underdogs.

Siobhan writes both contemporary and dark paranormal romance (and a little bit of horror under another name, omitted to protect the guilty), much of it of a highly erotic nature. Having never really enjoyed reading romance, she finds writing it to be a cathartic act. By manipulating the characters, she can make the happy endings much more satisfying for herself, and hopefully for her readers as well.

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Mocha Memories 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
EricaLeigh2012 More than 1 year ago
"Mocha Memories," the second release of the 31 Days of Steamy Mocha, is a lovely vignette by Siobhan Kinkade. She paints a lovely picture in words from the hero's point of view. Every woman should be worshipped as completely as Michael worships Shayna. Kinkade skillfully plays the themes of coffee and memory into this story. You don't know it's a memory until the end, but coffee is a strong element in the picture painted, during the action of the story, and at the end. It's a 2,000 word story, so saying much more here would just be a spoiler for those who haven't read it yet. So...go get it. Read it. You'll enjoy it more than a candybar, so it's a better investment for that $1!