Hot Summer Nights

Anything can happen in summer when steamy days lead to even more torrid nights. Whether a new love, an unexpected love or stolen passion that can only lead to trouble, summertime romance is impossible to resist as you’ll see in this trio of tales by Bonnie Dee, Jayelle Drewry and Rusty Wicks.

"Summer Break" by Bonnie Dee (a re-release)

The summer after high school graduation—rich kids relax and enjoy the last taste of freedom before college, poor kids like Eric struggle just to keep afloat…and secretly lust after their best friend’s girl. When Travis is gone a Young Leader’s Convention, Eric and Brianne come together with a passionate intensity that will blow apart the threesome. Can friendship be salvaged and new relationships formed before the three part ways forever?

"Sun Kissed" by Rusty Wicks

A job amidst the hot, sultry sands of Egypt…Bess thinks it’s the perfect way to spend her summer. So she accepts a position giving language lessons to a wealthy businessman’s two young sons, and settles into posh accommodations. She’s got a beautiful place to live, exotic sights and sounds everywhere and Clay, the man she’s working for, is a dreamboat. What more could she want?

More. Much more. And that’s exactly what Bess gets when she purchases an old ring with a stunning green stone in its center at the marketplace. As soon as she slips the ring on her finger, Bess’ summer takes a decidedly romantic turn. She and Clay explore the Egyptian countryside, find passion in a secluded pool and learn that even the unlikeliest of pairings can sometimes be magical beneath the hot summer sun.

"Summer's Promise" by Jayelle Drewry

It’s the beginning of summer, time for fun in the sun… and in the dark. When the kids are away, single mom Delilah Jaynes is ready to play. She’s got the whole summer to herself. The perfect time to find a summer lover. That’s a promise she’s going to keep.

John Knowles has watched and wanted Delilah. She’s suppressed her needs, denied herself, denied John. But denial is over. He’s tired of waiting. It’s time to take action. By the end of summer, he’s going to be her lover. That’s a promise he’s going to keep.

She’s looking for a lover. He’s ready, willing, and able to fill that position, or any other position Delilah needs.

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