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Spotlight Author: Jessica Morse

In Author Spotlight, Erotica, Jessica Morse on June 30, 2011 at 8:07 pm

Bio:

Jessica Morse has been writing since she was a child. Her first work was a one act play about the dangers of letting dogs off their leashes, written when she was seven. Since then she’s worked as a waitress, fundraiser, and freelance writer. Jessica wrote her first piece of erotic romance in 2008, and never looked back.

Jessica has lived in Philadelphia, PA for her entire life, but travels as often as she can (her current tally is three continents and twelve countries). When she’s not writing, or reading one of the eight hundred books in her home, she spends time with her husband and their fifteen pound cat.

I found Jessica completely by accident. I was surfing the Net looking for eBooks for my kindle and came across this free eBook site. I like her short stories. I think she will be an author to watch.

Being Bad

Eva Malone has always been a good girl. She doesn’t lie, cheat or steal. She’s also never really been happy. That all changes when she meets sexy and mysterious Victor Lancaster.

Their immediate attraction is put to the test when Victor challenges Eva to try something silly and strange. Going for it introduces Eva to the woman she wants to be, playful, wanton, and alluring.

When their passion for each other is finally consummated, Eva and Victor find they are both far outside their realms of experience, and loving it.

Sometimes it’s good to be bad, and on the rarest of occasions, it can be great.

 

Catherine’s Paradise

 

Catherine spent most of what should have been her honeymoon alone and miserable in a tropical

paradise. When two handsome men sheshares an instant rapport and attraction with appear, she finally has a chance to get back to the woman she really is inside: smart, beautiful and sexy.

With only a short time together, Cath has to be willing to let go of her pain and give in to passion. Does their relationship even stand a chance when Sam and Dutch live over a thousand miles from away and are nursing their own broken hearts?

 

http://www.jessicamorsestories.com/

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