by Julie Destry

Julie writes contemporary erotic romance for Turquoise Mornings Press. Her first release, TOUCH, is available at Amazon and other fine eRetailers. Visit Julie at her website or on Facebook.


Sometimes, the dark exposes more than it hides...

As a news anchor, Kass needs to show the world her conservative side, but underneath her public persona is a woman who longs for physical connection. When an invitation to visit a sex club arrives in her inbox, she jumps at the chance to indulge herself in an evening of hot, sweaty sex with a stranger—no strings attached. What she finds instead is a man who shows her that secret fantasies can become reality, but only if she’s willing to take a chance.

Finn's a man whose mojo has hit rock bottom. After the crash and burn of his last relationship, an anonymous sexual encounter is just what he needs. Although the goal for the night is simply to give them both pleasure, he discovers that he may be willing to give something more…

Kass is scared to risk revealing her identity to the man who just took her beyond her wildest expectations, no matter how much he tempts her. But Finn’s determined that their scorching passion has a chance to see the light of day.

Six Sentence Sunday

From Dark Desires - WIP

She gave him a puzzled look, but it slid away faster than a blink. "Okay, just give out a holler when you want your tab."

Her deep accent feathered down his spine. He closed his eyes and let her scent sweep through him when she turned away, memorizing it. His cock throbbed and he hungered. For the first time in two hundred years, he hungered.



Where is a fireman when you need one?  This one's HAWT ladies. Get your fans, some ice cold water, and settle in to meet author Jade Morgan.


War veteran Mack Harding has little experience with men, but it's hard to miss the signals the new blacksmith is sending him. Rebuilding his ranch takes up all his time, and he honestly doesn't think anybody would want to be with him, what with the scars on his face and the flashbacks that plague him. But Caleb leads him into a night of sensuality he's never felt before.

Caleb Lucas isn't really looking for a relationship, but he's always ready for a tumble. And the sexy new client is certainly ringing all his bells. When an interlude in the barn leaves him wanting more, can he convince Mack to take a chance on his own brand of Texas Iron?


Jade Morgan is an Ohio native who grew up reading her mother's romance novels, then re-reading the sex scenes (although there wasn't much to read twenty years ago). Romance has alsways been in her heart, fed by the fact she's been married to the love of her life for seventeen years. Jade has two kids and too many animals to list. She's an average saty-at-home mom writing contmeporary erotica and urban fantasy.

Jade loves to hear from readers and you can contact her at:

Email: authorjademorgan@gmail.com
Website: http://www.jademorgan.webs.com




by Ciara Knight

About the Book:

Sammy Lorre was cast from Heaven for conduct unbecoming an angel. Living in a demon-infested small town with no memory of her previous life, she faces never-ending purgatory until Boon saunters into her life with a promise of angelic love. But is he an angel from Heaven or a minion from the underworld preying on her human emotions? To discover his true identity, she must risk eternal damnation and her heart.


Hell. Okay, not Hell but Kemp, Florida. Close enough at ninety-eight degrees and a hundred percent humidity.

Sammy Lorre tugged her clinging shirt off her stomach and waded into the cool ocean. Since her fall, she didn’t have any memory of Heaven, only an occasional moment of joy and pleasant dreams, but it had to be better than here. After all, it was called Heaven

Saltwater swirled around her ankles and her feet sunk into the eroding sand with each retracting wave. A reminder how fragile a barrier lay between fallen angels on earth and the depths of hell.

She waved for Alex to join her. He pulled off his shoes and tossed them to the sand. The waves rippled as he strolled into the surf. She clutched her brother’s arm the same way she clung to him when they plummeted to Earth after their banishment.

“Take me with you.” Waves crashed against the shore, drowning her pleas. Her hands shook at the thought of losing him.

“No. Can’t risk it.” Alex stiffened, his gaze cast over the endless ocean. “If I fail… I won’t let you be dragged to the underworld with me.”

She released his arm and looked at the surf, watching the foam pop and fizzle. Her eyes stung from the wind and threatening tears — a bodily function she didn’t understand. The hollow space deep in her soul ebbed outward threatening to consume her. “Don’t say that. Stay. Please.”

He took her hand in his. “You have Grace, now. She’s like a mother to you. She’ll take much better care of you than I have or will.” He pressed a kiss to the top of her head. “I’m sorry.”

“Stop blaming yourself. We both—“

“It was my fault. If I had trusted…” He bowed his head and dropped his hands to his side. Sandy-blond hair brushed his chiseled cheekbone blocking her view of his bright blue eyes. Their eye and hair color were different but his chin and nose matched hers. Evidence Heaven meant for them to stay together. Why didn’t he see it?

“We could be a family here. You’d be my real brother, Grace our mother, and—”

Alexander’s muscles tightened and he stuck his chin out. “I don’t deserve a family or a home.”

She recognized the expression — Grace referred to as ‘self-brooding’. Her heart twisted with the loss of serenity, sparse images of life without pain and suffering. “We just got here. Give it time. It’s only been a month. These bodies we’ve been granted might be fifteen or sixteen, but we’re still in our infancy here on Earth.” She knew he heard her false cheer as she tried to convince both of them things would get better if he stayed.

“Granted?” Alexander huffed. “More like cursed.”

“Maybe once we pay penance in these bodies, Heaven will send for us.” There had to be a reason, a purpose for their suffering, or at least, a way to return home.

“I won’t waste a second of confinement in this flesh. It’s too much. My soul’s suffocating.” His clenched jaw twitched. “I’ll prove we deserve to rise again.”

About the Author:

Ciara Knight is happily married and enjoys family time. She has learned to embrace chaos, which is a requirement when raising three boys, and utilizes the insanity to create stories not of this world including, Fantasy, Paranormal, Sci-Fi, and Young Adult Dystopian.

Her first love, besides her family, reading and writing, is travel. She’s backpacked through Europe, visited orphanages in China, and landed in a helicopter on a glacier in Alaska.



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