Sherri Lupton Hollister

Two Hot Novels

Tall, Tatted and Tempting by Tammy Falkner
The first in the Reed Brothers Series is not just sexually charged but sensually breathtaking. An exploration of first love, sacrifice and the myriad obstacles of relationships and communication. This story is so hot it should come with a warning: may melt your Kindle. As Kit and Logan’s relationship develops into something neither is emotionally prepared for, we are carried away with the intensity of their emotions and struggles. Ms. Falkner lures us in like a drug dealer, giving us our first taste FREE because, like any addiction, she knows we’ll be back. Beware you will want more.
Tall, Tatted and Tempting is also part of The Perfect Date collection.
Another story in The Perfect Date collection is Drive Me Crazy by Marquita Valentine, this racing love story is a speedway of sexual tension as Melanie Ann Smith sets her sights on Carter Ambrose and he drives headlong into her waiting arms. These strong, flawed characters are compelling and fun. This is fast paced read with strong influences of small town living and the thrill of NASCAR.

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