Turn Me On
Genre: FF Contemporary Erotic Romance
Tags: Ff erotic romance, lesbian, contemporary, Valentine’s Day, Valentine Romance, erotic romance, GLBT, snark, interfering exes, healing, play toys, sex toys,
Release: February 1 2013
Editor: Julie Lynn Hayes
Line Editor: Valerie Haley
Cover Designer: Marion Sipe
Valentine’s Day sucks.
When Kay gets a call to meet a former lover for Valentine’s Day, she learns that not only is the ex getting married but she expects Kay to take part in the blessed event.
Kay doesn’t want chocolates.
The sexy sister of the groom-to-be is determined to help Kay get over the bride.
Turn Me On…
Will Cammie help Kay learn that passion is better when it isn’t hidden? Or will Kay give up the one woman who can bring her body—and her broken heart—back to life?
My gaze slid to Macy, bubbling and blonde, next to him, and I saw the light in her bright eyes dim. Worried about what I might say?
I wasn’t normally known for pulling my punches.
Even though the love of my life had called me to come here, on Valentine’s Day, to tell me she was marrying a man.
I didn’t want her unhappy—I wanted her happy. And if she thought the Ken doll could give her that… Fine.
The others in our group were a random assortment of people from both Macy’s and Jeremy’s lives. One kept catching my eye.
Her hair was like fire.
And how twisted was I to be sitting here, the scars ripped open on my broken heart, checking out another woman? But there was something about Cammie.
Excusing myself, I headed to the restroom. Maybe some cool water would help me think rationally, rather than imagining how the sister of the groom might look like with her skirt around her waist.
About the Author:
Virginia Nelson spends her days chasing three very active kids around. When she is not doing this, or plotting taking over the world, she likes to write, play in the mud, drive far too fast and scream at inanimate objects. She can often be found listening to music that is far too loud and typing her next fantastic tale of blood, sex and random acts of ineptitude. Romance, in Ms. Nelson’s opinion, is not about riding off into the sunset on the back of a horse with the knight in shining armor— it is about riding the dragon. If the knight can keep up… well, that is love.
Other Works by Viginia Nelson:
Lips of Velvet- Rebel Ink Press (March 2012)
Accidental Pirate- Rebel Ink Press (June 2012)
Odd Stuff- Red Rose Publishing (May 2012)
Clothing Optional- MuseItHot (September 2012)
Taking Control-Decadent Publishing (Coming Soon)
Hypnotist-Decadent Publishing (Coming Soon)