Ebony Nights, Book 1
When Aisha Anderson hires a professional escort for her company’s gala, it’s not because she can’t get a date. Her fast-track career at Hansen Advertising doesn’t give her the time—and it’s the only way to avoid dancing with her creepy, inappropriate co-worker.
To her delight, Greg Williams plays the role of charming, attentive gentleman so well, she could almost believe the sparks between them are real. When he takes her home and demonstrates—with considerable culinary and sexual skill—that the heat is not her imagination, she can’t say no to his request for her number in lieu of payment.
Their hot night continues into a warm breakfast at Greg’s favorite back-street diner, where Aisha feels something she hasn’t felt for a long time. Like a couple.
Later, though, when she runs into a former client of his who seems eager to compare notes on his erotic bag of tricks, the sizzle begins to cool in shadows of doubt. Long-term could be a stretch for a man who’s dated half the women in Chicago.
Especially when there’s the possibility that demand for his services could take him away right when she needs him most…
Warning: This book contains a sexy black man with mad culinary skills, an ad exec who can’t cook chicken, and an escort service that knows how to satisfy every woman’s appetites.
Elisabeth Roseland spends her days dreaming up ways to throw sexy heroes and strong heroines together. Her characters explore the wonderful, agonizing, joyful, heartbreaking and complicated human experiences that are sex and love, with a little fantasy thrown in for good measure. She also hopes to inspire readers to grab the nearest consenting adult and do something fun. She lives in Chicago with her very own Happily Ever After.
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should be institutionalized or incarcerated.
what happens to deviants—people born with unusual abilities. And if the
government knew she can teleport and stop time, she can say good bye to her
freedom. Not that her life is all that great anyway. Her inability to control
her gifts forces her to keep everyone at a distance. Few friends. No meaningful
romantic relationships. Until Susan introduces her to Charge, that is.
the 6’4” guy with the caramel-colored skin and million-watt smile shows up at
her door, she lets her guard down. What she discovers is that her best friend
and her new lover have gifts of their own, and there’s an entire underground
network of undetected deviants living freely in society. Kathryn’s brought into
the fold with open arms, and she’s finally found something she’s never had—a
now, people are disappearing. Some come back weeks
later with strange scars, sutured wounds, and missing limbs, with no memory of
what happened. Some don’t come back at all.
When Charge becomes the next victim, Kathryn is willing to
teleport to the edge of the world to find him, but confronting the mastermind
behind the kidnappings puts her life in jeopardy. And when the rescue attempt
goes horribly wrong, she wonders if dying might have been a better idea.
Warning: This book contains teleportation, mind
control, and sparks that fly in sexy--and possibly deadly--ways.