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Josie Litton – NYT Best Selling Author

His Lordship’s Downfall

Part One Dark Romance

 “Unbelievably hot and dirty! I loved it!”–NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Anna Zaires
from New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Josie Litton

With profound apologies to Jane Austen, who through no fault of her own inspired this tale of dark contemporary romance. Although M/F, monogamous and HEA, this story is far more explicit than any I’ve written before. Sexual exploitation, casual misogyny, brazen revenge, graphic language including frequent appearances of the c- word, and the use of unconventional devices for intimate purposes are only a few of its many sins. Read solely at your own discretion.
Lord Adrian Burleigh is a handsome, autocratic aristocrat with a taste for sadism. In his world–where a modern-day British Empire still rules most of the globe–there are no limits for a man of such wealth and power. His privileged life is comfortable, controlled and predictable. Until, that is, he decides to acquire a “pet”.
Early on, the reader is likely to conceive a desire to do terrible things to Lord Adrian despite–or because of–his wicked appeal. Rest assured, the arrogant lord will receive his just deserts. Of course, because this is a romance, he will become a better man for it.

His Lordship’s Downfall

Part Two Dark Romance

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Authors – Enter an Instafreebie Spring Romance Giveaway

Authors – Enter an Instafreebie Spring Romance Giveaway

Giveaway Dates April 7th – 14th This giveaway is for romance novels, novellas and short stories that are free on Instafreebie. The Romance Writers of America state on their website – “Two basic elements comprise every romance novel: a central love story and an emotionally satisfying and optimistic ending. ” If your book has those… Continue Reading

Meet Author Lori Meckley – More than Erotica

Meet Author Lori Meckley – More than Erotica

    Suzanne’s Note: I believe Lori is a storyteller first, a writer of erotica second. Lori and I met shortly after Pam of Babylon was published. She became my first real fan and has continued to support my books. When Morgan’s Diary was finished, she let me read it and believe me, I was… Continue Reading