Summer. Hot. Sticky. Sexy.
Although not all of the stories in this collection take place in the summer, they are definitely hot, might make you a little sticky, and are unquestionably sexy. What is more perfect for a sultry summer night?
Seduction is the name of the game in some of our stories. Control, submission, and domination flavor a couple more. And the others? Just downright deliciously sexy, in multiple ways.
Grab your favorite ice cold beverage, ladies, and prepare for your own personal HEAT WAVE! With an introductory promotional price of $0.99, why resist?
Meet the Authors & their stories:
Seducing Steve by Maggie Wells
Will love get lost in the shuffle when friends turn into lovers?
Red: A Tale of Seduction by Maddie James
Ever wonder what happened when Little Red Riding Hood grew up? In the bayou? With a grandmother who used potions and magic and…
Best I Ever Had by Wendi Zwaduk
The objective—keep her safe. No one said anything about falling in love.
To Sir, With Love by Madison J. Edwards
Sparks fly when Beth discovers the truth about her secret Dom, who happens to be her boss, Jonah Carter.
Cheapskates in Love by Evelyn Jules
Can two cheapskates make the ultimate sacrifice and pay for a membership to the online dating site so they can track each other down?
Switched by Bella Masters
Can undercover cop, Isaac, remain in control of a dangerous situation with Domme Cerise, when all he really wants to do, is give up every bit of control to her?
BONUS STORIES! Body Check by Evelyn Jules, Don’t Tempt Me by Bella Masters, and The Art Lover by Maggie Wells
Today, I am lucky enough to have an awesome guest post featuring all the authors in the Heat Wave Boxed Set! Woohoo! They’ll all be answering the same question. This is a lot of fun. Enjoy!
What is your favorite part about your book in the Heat Wave Boxed Set?
** Maggie Wells
My favorite thing about Seducing Steve is that it’s a friends-to-lovers story. There’s nothing I love more than watching two people who think they know each other well discover hidden facets. I think it adds layers of intimacy and complication to a story that may not develop in a story where the hero and heroine are meeting for the first time.
Sara and Steve’s close friendship is evident in the way they tease and torment one another throughout the book. Getting physical sheds the evolution of their friendship a whole new light and shatters more than a few of the pre-conceived notions they had of one another!
** Wendi Zwaduk
My favorite part of Best I Ever Had is the overall story line. I’ve got three people who are all connected and don’t really know it. They have threads running between their individual stories that connects them, but because they have to find their way together, they don’t see those connections. Each character has to come to terms with who he or she is before the triad can work.
I also like that this story isn’t conventional. Yes, there is a menage and two men are involved, but how they come together and why are the most important. In one way or another, they’re all involved with each other and want to be involved as a triad, but they have to go on the journey to find out how they belong together before they can actually make the triad work.
Long and short: I like complication and there are a lot of complications in this book. It’s so hot.
** Maddie James
I love taking a classic tale and putting an erotic spin on it.
** Evelyn Jules
Well, I have two stories featured in this delightful boxed set. The first is Cheapskates in Love. What I enjoy most about the story is that my hero and heroine, two self-proclaimed cheapskates on blind dates with other people, literally bump into each other and prove that $24.95 isn’t too much to pay for a chance at love.
The second book of mine featured in the boxed set is called Body Check. It’s for all of us sports-crazed people out there who would love nothing more than to dine with our favourite athlete for a night. The part of the story I love most is when my heroine realizes there’s so much more to her hockey-playing heartthrob than she ever imagined. And they share something in common that brings them closer together in mind and body.
** Madison J. Edwards
I love the fact that while Jonah appreciated all that Beth was and could be, when he realized he loved her – it shocked him. He didn’t see it coming. Then he was stuck because he’d perpetuated the secret for so long, he didn’t know how to get out of it.
** Bella Masters
I think it would have to be the back and forth play between Cerise and Isaac throughout the story, as they try to figure out the particulars of their relationship–especially when the tables are turned.
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