Whew, it’s that time of year again: Christmas and New Year’s. This year has flown by in a hurry! Luckily, I put my pedal to the metal and wrote the next novel in the Curves and Spurs universe: Trapping Arabella.
Arabella Durante’s a con artist who has never been on the right side of the law. When she comes across wealthy stranger Will Ralston in a dusty Texas saloon, she’s sure that she’s found the perfect target. But when Will turns the tables on her, he makes a deal with the beautiful Arabella: serve him and his partner Brett Thorne for three months, and then go free forever.
Arabella suspects that Will expects more than just innocent housekeeping—the two brawny cowboys come from Fort Charles, where the custom is for two men to share one woman.
As Will and Brett try to train her in the sinful ways of Fort Charles, Arabella discovers strange, explosive pleasures as she learns how to please the two dominating alpha males in her life. But when an old enemy finds her, she’s forced to make a choice between her new life and the secrets of the past.
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Now,” he said, in control once more. “Tell me what he did.”
I looked up at the dark shape of his head, indignant. “Why do you need to know?” I demanded.
“So I can make sure you don’t get punished the same way twice,” he replied.
“I’m not telling you,” I said stubbornly. “The two of you think—you think you have some right to me.”
“What if we did? What if I told you that every woman needs to know who she belongs to?”
“I’d say you were a damn dirty liar,” I said, my breath hitching again.
“Good,” he said, kissing me so hot and sweet that I lost track of my thoughts. “Then that makes two of us, Bella.”
This story goes on sale on Amazon on December 24, 2015, and for the first 48 hours, it will be only $0.99 (and $3.99) after that. Get it while it’s hot!
I’ve missed my naughty cowboys and their lovely ladies. If all goes well, I’m hoping to have more in this universe come 2016…and more for the Agency series as well! Let’s say it’s my New Year’s resolution to write some more yummy tales for the next year. Got an idea for me? I’d love to hear it.