All bets are off . . .
Alyssa has crushed on her client, Mia, for months. So, when Mia invites Alyssa over for an all-girls’ “game night,” she’s all-in.
But Alyssa quickly finds the stakes are much higher than she anticipated when she learns the name of the game is poker -- strip poker.
Alyssa must up her ante when she realizes she faces stiff competition -- and that there's much more to lose than clothing…
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About the Author
I’m a longtime reader of romance, erotica, sci-fi and horror. My first release, Girl Talk, is a feel-good #lesfic romance, largely about coming of age and finding oneself! My second book, Awakening, was quite a bit darker. Although it also falls under the #lesfic category, readers looking for the warm-hearted “feel good” atmosphere of Girl Talk won’t find that here. You’ll travel with me into a dank BDSM dungeon where you’ll endure a delicious nightmare — all the while unsure of whether it’s real, or just a dream! My third book, Game Night, releases on Valentines Day 2019 — a year to the day after Girl Talk! It’s #lesfic as well (yes, I know you’re seeing a pattern!) and it’s the tale of a raunchy poker game including Alyssa and her “crush,” Mia. Other than my sister, who is my best friend in the world, my family doesn’t know I write — manuscripts of Girl Talk and especially, Awakening would probably not be well-received at Easter Brunch. Same holds true with the “day-job” profession I’m in — so I keep those circles at arm’s length when it comes to my writing. When I’m not writing, I enjoy playing board and card games — the real, physical ones. Although my sister Allison and I do play Words With Friends and I even let her win a few. I love to travel, and in May I made a trip to historic Wrigley Field to watch my beloved Marlins get trounced — all in the name of research for another of my upcoming books. One hundred percent tax-deductible research, of course! I also like to cook, often prompted by seeing something delicious posted on social media. I’m deathly afraid of heights and won’t go near the railing at the mall, but I’ve actually jumped out of an airplane. So go figure. I look forward to taking my readers on a journey!