Sunday, June 12, 2016

Title: Pay for Play
Author: Victoria Ashley & Hilary Storm
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 6, 2016
Model: Darren Birks
Photographer: Darren Birks Photography

Add to your TBR: – That’s all the info you need to get off in the privacy of your own home, car or hell… even in a public fucking library.
            Whatever gets you wet.
            I never expected a million-dollar business to come out of touching myself on camera, but when you add in nine of your best guys, the women become hungry and the money begins flowing faster than you can spend it.
            You want to see me take my shirt off, I’ll strip it off nice and slow, making you sweat in anticipation.
            You want to see me touch my dick, I’ll stroke every hard inch of it, getting you off before you can even feel it creeping up on you.
            Your money.
            Your Alpha.
            Your demand.
            Now I just hope playing for her on camera will pay off enough for me to claim her outside of the computer screen.

Author Info
Victoria Ashley
BIO: Victoria Ashley grew up in Rockford, IL and has had a passion for reading for as long as she can remember. After finding a reading app where it allowed readers to upload their own stories, she gave it a shot and writing became her passion.

She lives for a good romance book with tattooed bad boys that are just highly misunderstood and is not afraid to be caught crying during a good read. When she's not reading or writing about bad boys, you can find her watching her favorite shows such as Sons Of Anarchy, Supernatural and The Walking Dead.

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Twitter: @VictoriaAauthor

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Hilary Storm
Hilary Storm lives with her high school sweetheart and three children in Oklahoma. She drives her husband crazy talking about book characters everyday like they are real people. She graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with an MBA in Accounting and has a full time job as an accountant. Her passions include being a mom, writing, reading, photography, music, mocha coffee, and spending time with friends and family. She is the author of the International Best Selling 'Rebel Walking' Series, Bryant Brothers Series, Inked Brothers Series, Six and co-author of The Elite Forces Series book Ice! Sign up for her newsletter here:
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Twitter: @hilary_storm
Instagram: hilstorm

Pay for PlayPay for Play by Victoria Ashley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is so freaking hot, I am shocked that my kindle didn’t go up in flames while I was reading it!! This book is filled with a lot of fast paced reading material. You may not swoon from a fairy tale type romance, because there is none. It is down-right dirty, but what else can you expect from a book full of hot Alphas who have no problem giving the ladies whatever their heart’s desire….if they can afford it. Lucky for Rebel, when she goes to work as a bartender she soon learns that her boss is the most sought after Alpha of them all. If you read this book you might just find yourself changing up how you play your next game of pool….That was my favorite part! Bad boy Lynx does manage to pull out the romance card instead of that famous body part when the need calls for it.
This book was everything that I was expecting it to be and more. It is going on my favorites list for sure. I am so happy that there is another book coming in this series. I hope these authors decide to give us a taste of each one of these guys because they are so freaking hot!!

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Without Benefits cover  

About Without Benefits: Emma will always be a New Yorker at heart, even though she has a perfect life in Seattle. She has a prestigious job fundraising for the Seattle Symphony, a handsome boyfriend who adores her, and a Belltown apartment with views of the Sound. It should be more than enough to keep her pain from not playing the piano, and her 9/11 nightmares, away. But when her old college crush, Owen, comes back into her life, it’s more than just spending time with him that’s causing cracks in her picture-perfect life. As she steps back on stage, and back into the spotlight, her connection with Owen and his world, dredges up old memories that Emma worked hard to forget. Emma’s past comes back to haunt her, forcing her to face the truth about more than just her fears of returning back to New York. As her once perfect life begins to burn down, Emma is forced to figure out what she really wants: her fundraiser and cocktail party-filled life with her boyfriend, or forging a new future with the one thing, and one person, she’s ever loved–even if it means returning to New York.

Exclusive Excerpt:
Emma reached up at the cupboard to grab plates on tiptoes, but Connor grabbed them first.

“I got it. You just worry about dinner.”

He kissed her cheek and put them on the kitchen counter. He'd already set the table, complete with placemats and candles. The flowers he bought her were already in a vase in the center. In the background, music played — instrumental and indie, something she knew he liked.

The vegetables sizzled in olive oil on the stove while water boiled, cooking angel hair pasta. The menu had changed from her original idea, but the smell of chicken cooking in the oven made her glad she decided to this instead of the stir-fry.

“If you insist,” Emma said, smiling. For a moment, she could see this — their future, them cooking together, going on like this forever. It wasn’t what she’d wished for when she was younger and more idealistic. But this was what her life was shaping up to be and she was happy with it.

“So, I was thinking,” Connor started, coming up behind her and wrapping his arms around her. “I know we've been waiting to pick a date to get married.”


“And I thought about this fall. September.”

Emma didn't look back at him. “I don't want to take the attention away from Danielle and Zach.”

“I know, I know. Which is why, I was thinking spring, like I mentioned at the Market.”

“You mentioned it last week, too.”

“So April 22nd? It's a Saturday.”

“Are you sure you want to get married that quick?” Emma turned towards him, one hand on her hip. She brushed her hair behind her ear with the other hand.

He nodded. “It's either that, or we're waiting a few more years before the date falls on a Friday or Saturday again.”

“And you already spent money on the ring. Might as well not have a long engagement,” Emma joked. Getting married on their anniversary was a cute idea but she wasn't sure how realistic it would be.

“Exactly,” Connor said, picking up the pan of pasta and dumping it in the colander Emma had put in the sink. “We could pawn it, go on a really nice vacation instead.”

“And continue living in sin?” Emma teased back.

“Might as well. We've gone this long.”

“Well, if we're going to hell anyway, what's another few years?” Emma pulled the vegetables off the burner and poured them into a bowl.

“I don't think I want to wait much longer before being able to call you Mrs. Dolan.”

About the Author:
Nicole Tone

Nicole Tone is a freelance editor, MFA student, traveller, pet collector, binge-watcher, and a self-proclaimed coffee snob. She lives in Buffalo, NY with her husband, three cats, and two very large dogs. She cheats on Buffalo with Seattle as often as she can.
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