💋 My Review:
Goodness! This is a smokin’ hot read with sexy characters that puts it all out there. It’s short but not sweet unless you count the sweet heat between Sebastian and Devin. Sebastian, the playboy of Madison Avenue, is a player that’s garnered bad press that affects his family’s company. What dirty mouth on this sexy man! He meets Devin, a sexy smart-mouthed woman and she sets him on fire and vice versa. After one steamy night together she pulls a Sebastian and disappears. But they’re not done. You can see the twist coming a mile away but it doesn’t lessen the enjoyment. This story appears to be about character building and a set up for the continuation. There’s some mystery to go along with all the sexy and the cliffy leaves you wanting the next installment to see what happens to these fabulous sexy characters.
New Adult and Contemporary Romance author, T.E. Black, also known as Tiffany, is never without a book in her hand. Whether she’s reading the newest release from a fellow author, or proofreading one of her own drafts, she’s always keeping busy.
Tiffany writes about imperfect heroes and strong-willed heroines. While, her heroines are known for going to head to head with the men in her stories, the heroes she writes always have that special touch of alpha.
When she’s not immersed in the literary world, Tiffany makes use of her time by being a full-time graphic designer for a company she owns and operates, creating book covers, teasers, banners, and swag for other authors and herself.
She began writing when stories she had read sparked an idea. She plotted her story, wrote three chapters, then scraped it where she let it sit in her computer for months. Instead of focusing on the potential of the story she had begun, she couldn’t help but feel as if she would never be able to publish a book as good as the ones she had read.
Months later, she obtained the courage to go back to her laptop and open up the dreaded first draft she had written. With a clear head and determination, she worked for hours on perfecting the three chapters she had written.
When she sat back in her seat, looking over her six thousand words, it clicked.
The story fell into place.
The characters spoke to her.
The plot lines began to pour from her fingertips, landing on her keyboard.
And then it finally happened.
She had written a novel.
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