Playing with Fire

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Michaela thinks her attraction toward her bisexual roommate is futile but Austin is most definitely interested. The chemistry between them is too strong to deny and soon they're indulging in a scorching hot affair. Michaela trusts him enough to share her darkest fantasy but is Austin willing to share?

Tangled:

Scarlett's always wanted what she can't have. Her crush Drake isn't interested, he's hot ...

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Overview

Forbidden:

Michaela thinks her attraction toward her bisexual roommate is futile but Austin is most definitely interested. The chemistry between them is too strong to deny and soon they're indulging in a scorching hot affair. Michaela trusts him enough to share her darkest fantasy but is Austin willing to share?

Tangled:

Scarlett's always wanted what she can't have. Her crush Drake isn't interested, he's hot for Trevor. But the gorgeous Trevor wants her. Taking him up on his offer, one night with Trevor ends up being the hottest sex of Scarlett's life. Inviting Drake into the picture only makes it hotter. Now Trevor's not so sure he wants to share...

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  • “Combining very sensual and explicit love scenes with equally tender and emotional storytelling isn't easy, but Ms. Erickson pulls it off in FORBIDDEN flawlessly. Austin and Michaela are characters that I began to care about, and I was pulled into their story from the start.” – Cheryl Romance Junkies (4 Blue Ribbons)
  •  “Karen Erickson has captured me with this immensely intriguing story of lovers, misunderstanding, sexual fear and desire, in such a satisfying exploration of the complexities of trust, love, and amorousness passion creating a fan for life!” – Brande, Book Junkies (5 stars)
     
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605049168
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/7/2010
  • Pages: 282
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

After leaving the working world to become a stay-at-home mom/slave, Karen Erickson realized she needed to get crackin’ and pursue her life-long dream of being a published writer. A busy mother of three, she fits her precious writing time in between chasing her children, taking care of her wonderful husband and pretending she has a maid. She lives in California. Playing with Fire is her third print title with Samhain.

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  • Posted June 2, 2013

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    Three's Not A Crowd, Here 3.5 stars Two novellas, loosely conne

    Three's Not A Crowd, Here

    3.5 stars Two novellas, loosely connected, which include m/m and m/f/m sex scenes.

    Forbidden

    I found it a little hard to believe that healthy young people who live together can hide or mistake a sexual attraction to one another. So the mostly gay but bisexual roommate who has a "thing" for his straight roomie who has a crush on him, and neither of them figure it out for months? N'uh uh.

    The sex scenes themselves are hot, but my thinking both parties in these attractions were idiots detracted a bit from their eventual consummation.

    Once Michaela and Austin did get going, however, it was fabulously hot, all the way.

    Tangled

    Scarlett, a minor character in Forbidden, is the protagonist in Tangled. With Scarlett, who's got a "thing" for Drake, we explore a sex club with her and Trevor - who Drake is interested in. There's phone sex and eventually, all three play together, in hot explicit deliciousness, but Scarlett and Trevor are meant to be together.

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