There are two ways for a one-night stand to turn sour.
One is not being able to perform.
And the other?
Well, I’ll leave that to your imagination.
Tucker was my one-night stand, and he had no problem performing. I’d been on my way to start a new life in the big city when I stopped in the Little Raven Bar to sow some wild oats, or at least have a drink to celebrate the beginning of my new adventure. Tucker was hot as hell and caught my eye the minute I entered the establishment. My night with Tucker was amazing and a huge mistake. But fate had a funny way of turning things around. Now I’m on my way back to Dark Moon Falls and my old room at my aunt’s. My dream job in the big city, now nothing more than a pipe dream.
Josie was a sight for sore eyes after a tough day on the job. Her quick wit and pretty face completely enamored me. After a few drinks and a desire to continue the party somewhere else, I found myself in her hotel room doing shots of tequila into all hours of the morning. There’s an old saying: <i>tequila has a tendency to make your clothes fall off,</i> and we were no exception. Everything was great until I woke up to find her not only gone but so were my keys along with my truck.
I should have arrested Josie when she mistakenly showed up at my doorstep looking for a house cleaning job, but those old feelings she’d sparked in me that night came flooding back. Now I only wanted to be around her every second.
Susan writes paranormal and contemporary romance—steamy and sexy are the way they usually turn out. She's a huge fan of superheroes and bad boys confronted with extraordinary forces of nature, powers, and abilities beyond the norm mixed with hot, blow-your-socks-off romance.
She grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania doing a lot of daydreaming. It’s no big surprise that she writes romance stories since many nights as a child she would lay awake fantasizing about her knight in shining armor.
Her wild imagination sparked her first story at the age of twelve; a story that her sixth-grade teacher adopted for the class play that year. Having never achieved fame and fortune for that play, she attempted life the normal way with other activities, such as, working as a food lab technician, bartender, and cell phone repair technician, and a mom.
Now she lives in Northern California with a gorgeous view of Folsom Lake from her office where she stills spends a lot of time daydreaming. She loves to drink wine and fortunately, there are several local wineries close by. Together, she and her modern-day knight have five great superhero kids and nine mini-superhero grandkids, so far.
When she's not writing, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family drinking wine and dancing.
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