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When Aolani Kohale agrees to be the model for eccentric CEO Gavin Fletcher's "Live Beautifully" campaign, she doesn't know what to expect. But when he hands her an envelope full of cash and expects her to leave the next day, she wonders what exactly she signed up for.
When she begins to doubt the sexy millionaire's motives in hiring her, he does his best to soothe her nerves. Tensions and passions flare when they set sail, leaving them stranded together in the middle of the Atlantic.
Will Aolani's fears douse the spark growing between them, or will she learn to trust Gavin when he says she's the most beautiful woman he's ever seen?
Here's a sexy sneak peak!
“Open your robe,” he said. His voice was soft, deep.
I moved my hands to the cotton tie automatically, ready to obey him, then stopped short. What am I doing? His arms wrapped around me then, and I gasped at the touch. He grabbed the tie and undid it with steady hands. I could feel his warmth pressed up against my back, and I was suddenly very aware of how alone we were.
He gently pulled the robe open, revealing my body clad only in the coral bikini, my skin still beaded with water. He tugged it open until it lay on either side of my breasts. I looked down, but his hand was on my cheek again, urging me to look in the mirror.
“Look, Aolani. Take a good, long look at yourself. Don’t you see it?” His voice broke a little as he spoke, his eyebrows raised as he looked into my eyes through the reflection. “Don’t you see what I see?”
I stared at my body, my brow furrowing as I tried to understand.
“You’re absolutely stunning,” he said.
His breath tickled my neck, and suddenly, he wasn’t looking in the mirror anymore. He was looking down at me, his eyes traveling down over me.
“Your body is sensual,” he continued. He slid the robe down over my shoulders, and it pooled on the floor at my feet. I was breathing harder under his scrutiny, but I didn’t move away. His hands were on my shoulders again, running down over my arms. “Curves in all the right places...”
His hands moved to my waist, gently tracing the smooth line beneath my ribcage, then moving down to the gentle swell of my hips. His fingers traced the gold rings on either side of my bikini bottom, his breathing suddenly as rough as mine.
I hope you all enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it! :) I'm absolutely falling in love with these two people, and I can't wait to share the rest of their story with you.
Friday, November 16, 2012
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
LUSH CURVES 2: Swept Away should be live in the next day or two!
I'm just finishing editing tonight, and tomorrow, I publish.
Is anyone else excited?!
I'm having such a blast writing these, and can't wait for you to have the next installment in your hot, sticky hands...
Stay tuned for more details!
Monday, November 5, 2012
Tomorrow's the big day! Election Day is finally here, and it's time to exercise our most basic rights as Americans.
Please, no matter who you support or what your political stance is, do your part and VOTE tomorrow :). It's so important, because it's more than just a ballot--it's a message to those who represent you about what your wants and needs are.
It doesn't matter if you're in a swing state--every single vote and voice matters! Tell your representatives what YOU care about. Make your voice heard!
Important things to know:
1. Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas, Tennessee currently have a requirement for a photo ID in order to vote, but all other states DO NOT require it. Even if you're asked, it's not required, and you will be allowed to vote without it. Some states accept just your name and address, or a copy of a bill addressed to you as proof of ID.
NOTE: You DO NOT need a photo ID to vote in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas or Virginia. Voter ID laws were struck down or blocked for this election because they can put an undo burden on the poor and working class, so even if you're asked, you are not required to show a photo ID to vote in these states.
Know your rights and exercise them!
2. Many states allow you to register to vote on election day. Not signed up? It's not too late! Make sure to google the laws for your state, or show up and see what your options are :).
Some states allow you to absentee vote in person as well, so make sure to check to see if you can still vote!
3. If you voted by mail, make sure you signed the back of your envelope! Make sure your vote is counted.
Also, a stamp is NOT required for a vote by mail in Washington. If you mail it, the post office will deliver it to the election board without a stamp. Pop it in the mail and make your voice heard!
Both Oregon and Washington also have drop boxes in your area if you don't have a stamp, or will accept your signed ballot at the polling stations.
Share this with your friends and make sure to vote tomorrow :). It makes a big difference!
Thank you, and happy election day!