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Press Play by Samara King

Publisher:  Crave
Genre: Suspense, African-American Romance
Length: Short Story   

Series:  Rock Me Baby
Heat Level: Erotic Romance  

Themes: Bad girl with a love ’em and leave ’em attitude meets her match with the sexy doctor

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Press-Play-ROCK-ME-BABY-ebook/dp/B073S6S5JF

 


Synopsis:

Drummer girl for Airi Moon, Play Baptiste is living her dream – loving life and her hot affair with ER doctor Preston Stevens. Though they have a longstanding, no-strings, no-complications arrangement, Play can’t help thinking of what her life would be like if she put down roots with Press.

Preston Stevens is a man who could have any woman he wants. Only it’s the bad girl drummer that sets his soul on fire and captures his heart. Their arrangement has worked out well for his chaotic schedule until the night Press is unable to save the woman his best friend loves from a tragic car accident. In an instant, he is reminded that life is short and wants to grab hold of what he knows for sure: his love for Play.


 About The Author:

Samara King is the author of over twenty published novels, novellas, short stories and as well as poetry. Since her days of sneaking romance novels to the back of the library in grade school; romance fiction has been a consistent staple in Samara’s world, soon after, the desire to write her own tales unfolded.  In 2011, she was nominated  for Poet of the Year by African Americans On The Move Book Club.

Samara has penned sexy tales for a host of publishers  and also self-publishes under her imprint, Crave novellas. Previously she co-hosted SoundNOff, a poetic format for poets and spoken word artists and hosted InCharacterN10, a former showcase for authors on Blogtalkradio.com/samaraking. Samara’s first poetry collection, The Ebony Kryptonite, was well received and was followed with Stripped Barefoot, a sultry mix of poetry and spoken word, which went on to reach #20 in Chicago’s Top 40 on Reverbnation in September 2013. Readers may learn more about Samara at her website  or  her blog, Characters Behaving Badly.


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