Shelves: short-stories , 1-shitty-star , weak-heroine , new-adult , romance Can I just ask the author community something? Why in the world would you want to have an insecure heroine as a protagonist. I love seeing a character evolve from an insecure heroine proud of who she has become and kicking ass. But Bliss?!?!? Girl, please.

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You can pick any character from my books— main characters like Garrick or Cade or minor characters like Rusty and Spencer. Heck, you can even post things like songs or pictures. This is special, original content just because I love you guys. The book that gets mentioned is Foreplay by Sophie Jordan , which just released this week and is awesome! I fiddled with the little black straw in my drink, and resisted the urge to tug on the disastrously short mini-skirt that I swore I would never wear.

The bartender came up to check on me, and asked if I wanted another. I shook my head, wanting a clear head for the evening. He was the same type—all smiles and winks and too charming for me to feel comfortable. Maybe it was the anticipation making me crazy, but I swore I could feel it the second he caught sight of me at the corner of the bar. A zing of electricity shot down my spine, sparking low in my belly.

Still… sitting on the barstool, I felt on display. Not for him. I felt the barest touch against one of my curls before the seat beside me was filled. His long fingers picked up a napkin before placing it back on the bar carefully. I smiled down at the book in my hands. He leaned closer, and his knee brushed the bare skin of my thigh, and I had to close my eyes to keep my reaction under control. Let me guess… something forbidden?

Only there was far less restraint in his eyes tonight than I remembered. I bit my lip, wanting to make him wait for it. Not this time. Instead, I latched on to Bartender Boy, who caught my stare and started moving my direction. When his lips crashed against mine, I figured the game was pretty much over, so I threw my arms around his neck in acceptance. His tongue split my lips as his hands wandered down.

He pulls my bottom lip between his, scraping his teeth against it. I rolled my eyes. By admin on August 13, After long last, more Garrick and Bliss has arrived. But because I love you and you all love them , I decided to squeeze out a little more awkward goodness for you.

But Keeping Her really is the last story that will focus solely on Bliss and Garrick. It is not meant to be a standalone. So far. It releases in the UK on the 15th. By comparison, meeting the parents should be an absolute breeze, right? As it turns out, the only thing harder than finding love is keeping it. And now, in honor of the return of Garrick and Bliss… I have some fun news! Planting Peace is a progressive nonprofit organization founded for the purpose of spreading peace in a hurting world.

Although the organization operates on a global level, they emphasize the power of one; the ability that each person possesses to make a difference in the world. In particular, their de-worming project is tremendously impressive.


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