WARNING - This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable.
"Swirled Satin Sheets I" takes the reader on a journey of three engaging, sensual multi-cultural love stories.
In "Electric Knights" we meet a brawny, blue-collar knight in shining armor, Christopher. His killer looks - tall, blonde and blue-eyed - are no match for his strong-willed love interest, Natasha. Natasha is a wedding planner who was unable to plan her own future quite the way she desired. She leaves an emotionally and physically tumultuous marriage to start a new life. Will she and Christopher ignite long-lasting sparks? Slide inside this story and find out.
"Stomp the Glass" features a boy/girl-next-door theme, literally. It is 1978 Baltimore. Disco, marijuana, platform shoes and the Son of Sam are the talk of the country. One rainy evening leads Roxanne, an intelligent, awkward, sassy and cute bookworm, right into the hands of a charming, witty, yet equally awkward light-blue-eyed Jewish peer, Asher. The attraction is instantaneous, but this blessed occurrence is dismissed. Will these two peas in a pod settle in comfortably? Turn the page with them to find out.
"Rayne Dance" takes us through the intense thoughts and feelings of Rayne and Tyee. Rayne is a Detroit native but now a disgruntled social worker living in Arizona. Hanging on by a boring thread, she suddenly receives some excitement when she steps foot into a local bar - but this is not what she had in mind. Tyee, a tall, devastatingly handsome Apache biker gang leader sees her and aggressively pursues the none-too-willing community servant. After making his intentions known several times, Rayne finally agrees to jump on his Harley and let him whisk her through the hot, Arizona desert. Little does she know that it is not the only ride he'll take her on. Tyee is bad, bad to the bone. Can Rayne get over his wicked ways and see past the leather, cursing and chains? Go for a spin and find out.