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Die by the Drop by Kaia Bennett
Hi everyone! My name’s Kaia Bennett and I’m an erotic author making the leap into my first love, the paranormal genre! My first erotic paranormal thriller, Die By the Drop (Shivers and Sins Volume 1), is coming soon and I’m so excited to share an excerpt with you. But first, the synopsis and a warning for this dark read: I’d fought to lead a normal life, despite being anything but. Until the night three monsters forced me to fight for survival instead. They turned a short walk through the woods into the road trip to Hell. The leader made me his, made me dread pleasure and relish pain. Made me want things I’d once feared. They wanted to break me, bleed me drop by drop. They picked the wrong witch. WARNING: This is a dark paranormal read full of sex, violence, non consent and multiple partner scenes. If you’d like to be the first to read a sneak peek of SIX CHAPTERS of Die By the Drop, or if you’d like to keep up with me and my work, feel free to sign up for my Newsletter (http://bit.ly/2aB3hU4). Die By the Drop will be my first paranormal erotic thriller, but certainly not my last! Hope you enjoy. Die By the Drop Excerpt: Footfalls thudded behind me, gaining with every stride. I flirted with my own dementia as I ran. Maybe I’d lost my mind again. Maybe my nightmare would end if I could just force myself awake. Wake up! Wake […]

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Feral by Laxmi Hariharan cover
This is a preview of USA Today Best-Selling author Laxmi Hariharan’s book, Feral which is available from Amazon! Synopsis: He was her destination. She just didn’t know it. When Maya leaves Luke to go in search of her real family, nothing prepares her for the secrets she uncovers about herself. Chemistry – a simple ’emotion’ that two people get when they share a special connection. It is not necessarily sexual. It’s the impulse that makes you think ‘I need to see this person again’ – that feeling of ‘we click.’ Well, going by that explanation, I do want to see Jai again. And again. And we do have a connection. I feel it, but does he? Only one way to find out. Ask him. Even as I’m thinking that, Jai takes his place on stage. The yellow light from the bulb shines through the thin white of his shirt, stroking the planes of his chest muscles. The way he stands, half at ease, half to attention. The angle of his body awkward, almost belligerent. A throwback to my younger days, forever caught between wanting to stay and wanting to leave. I want to hug him right then and tell him he’s going to be just fine. There’s a smattering of applause which I join. Then, silence. Jai pulls out a tablet from his pocket. I run my eyes over his face and, as if sensing my gaze, he looks up and his eyes lock onto mine. Something instantaneous passes between […]

Book Preview: Feral by Laxmi Hariharan