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Friday, May 13, 2016
It Takes a Forger... (Quint & Clay Art Crimes #3) by Edward Kendrick Contemporary crime mystery sensual romance 34023 words, 173 pages $2.99 in ebook
Officer Lou Hernandez is surprised when
he's asked to help Gideon Monahan catch an art forger. He's not too
happy, though, when he meets the man he'll be working with. Lou thinks
Rory Kinley is a supercilious pain in the ass. Rory, on the other hand,
sees no reason why Lou has been brought into this. After all, he's just a
cop, albeit one who is good at going undercover.
The art forger they're after--Nate
Hanks--cons collectors, saying he has an undiscovered painting by a
famous artist. He's killed one of his marks already to keep from being
Lou and Rory will have to set aside
their differences as they set up a sting to stop Hanks. When they do,
they discover they may not be as incompatible as they thought. The
question becomes, will their growing feelings survive what's to come--or
be destroyed in the process?
Plumbers and Other Lovers: Four Short Tales of Love, Lust and Leaky Pipes by Spencer Dryden Humorous contemporary erotica 30241 words, 157 pages $2.99 in ebook
Plumbers and Other Lovers is a
collection of four short stories about skilled tradesmen who stumble
into romantic encounters in the course of their everyday, blue-collar
lives. There is a tale for each season, beginning in summer with "Summer
Heat"; on to fall for "Love Above See Level"; into the cold of winter
with "Then, One Frozen Christmas Eve"; and finally, spring's "The
Accidental Gigolo". It's four seasons of love and lust among leaky
You won't find alpha males, billionaire bad boys, or self-destructive
egomaniacs among Spencer Dryden's leading men--just ordinary guys who
are drawn into the orbit of some enticing women. When the lights are
out, the heat is off, or the pipes are leaking, these are the kind of
guys a woman wants to see at her door: real men with tools and
talent--and some smoldering sexuality. There's humor, tenderness, and
plenty of heat in these stories told from the tradesman's point of view.
Dryden's breezy style makes for easy reading, something to pass the
time while waiting for the plumber.
CONTENT ADVISORY: Three of the stories are re-issue re-release titles.