Length: 10,000 Words
Heat Level: Nuclear Blast (5 Flames)
Candi knew hot things happened behind closed doors at the Pearl Beach Resort. After all, the place was owned by bisexual billionaire playboy Boris van Donk, who had a reputation for taking on all comers.
Candi's family of origin was strictly religious, and she has never given or received more than a chaste kiss in her 21 years. Between bad-boy Boris and her geeky, fun-loving, porn-writing housemates, an awakening of her desires is inevitable.
I will share snippets from The Shape of Heat: Awakening for the rest of October. Today's snippet picks up with more info about Parsifal and introduces Luisa. Here's the link to the previous snippet.
Hart had mostly been joking, but Parsifal’s interest was
piqued. Parsifal’s parents and Hart accompanied him on his first journey to
Moonlight Island to ensure that the school was legitimate. The family was
suitably impressed with what their research revealed and thoroughly enchanted
by the school’s charming president. Parsifal was on his way to earning a
bachelor's degree in Hospitality with guaranteed employment assistance
Twenty-five-year-old Luisa Dreier was just five feet tall, but the sturdy Latina had a powerful build and held a first-degree black belt in Krav Maga, which she had been practicing since she was just six years old. Although she was proud of her martial arts prowess, Luisa realized that potential partners often found her intimidating.
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I am sorry about being a bad blog hop participant in the last round. I got involved with the WEP Challenge, and my son and I had to go to the doctor on Monday. Just routine exams and a flu shot, but the 250-mile round trip is fun--not. (For those who don't already know, we live in the middle of nowhere.) Also, I'm building a website. More about that once I publish it.
Here is my WEP piece if you'd like to read it.
It's nonfiction and covers subjects like mental health, trauma including sexual assault, eating disorders, self-esteem (or massive lack thereof), and substance use. So, fair warning, it ain't pretty.
By the way, is there any way to make the whole newsletter thing suck less ass? Of every aspect of the whole self-promotion mess, that part is the worst. Asking for a friend, of course. Me, I just love newsletters, and I'm obviously great at them since I can't seem to get over 6 subscribers.
Can we make it seven? Subscribe to Naughty Netherworld News here!
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