Book Blitz! Release Day: Hot Beach Romance: Sand, Sunshine and Sizzle Boxed Set

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 Ecstasy by the Sea (Countermeasure: Bytes of Life #2) by Chris Almeida & Cecilia Aubrey

A honeymoon to remember.

The second story in the steamy spinoff to the COUNTERMEASURE series sees Trevor Bauer and Cassandra James having just tied the knot and moving across the pond to their new digs in Ireland to begin their life as a married couple.

Unbeknownst to Cassandra, Trevor plans the perfect honeymoon getaway down to the daintiest swatch of lace. His detail-obsessed wife won’t know what hit her when he sweeps her away for what will result in nothing less than a weekend filled with pure ecstasy by the sea….

Excerpt:

She stopped by the archway to the first floor and took in the fabulous space. “Wow. It’s even more beautiful than the pictures and videos Stephan sent us.” Warm golden wood flooring covered the open-concept area. The kitchen was the perfect size, with dark chocolate-tone wood cabinets, brushed silver hardware, and cream granite countertops threaded with dark veins that complemented the chocolaty cabinets. Cassandra walked into the kitchen and brushed her hand over the cool surface of the counters and the white subway tiling on the wall. “Nice! Stephan actually pulled off exactly what we asked for.”

“Yep. The seventy-inch flat screen I have been drooling over looks awesome mounted on the wall.”

“Great movie nights ahead, for sure.” He watched Cassandra’s eyes pass over the big screen embedded in a large media center surrounded by speakers and every electronic gadget Trevor had lusted after. She grinned and nodded toward the couch. “Even the couch has a nice deep seat for snuggling.”

Trevor waggled his eyebrows. “Oh, yeah! And did you see the front door? The restoration results were brilliant. All of the original Georgian details are now showing.”

Cassandra chuckled at his enthusiasm. “One would think you were talking about the Mona Lisa.”

“Hey! That’s an authentic Georgian door! And, considering where we live, it had to be one.”

Most of the houses around St. Stephen’s Green still retained the classical façades from the Georgian era and sported the traditional bright colored doors that marked the period.

She shook her head. “Love when you get all geeky about things.”

He closed the distance and circled her waist with an arm, pulling her closer. “Should I begin to talk geek now? I know how it turns you on: uploads…” He cupped her face and kissed her lips in a slow, deliberate touch, nipping at her full lower lip.

“Mmm…”

“Hard drive…” he whispered, running his tongue along the curve of her ear.

“Mmm…keep going.”

“Firmware…” His hand slipped lower and cupped her breast.

Her hand cupped his groin at the same time. “Firm…yes…”

About CHRIS ALMEIDA and CECILIA AUBREY 

Writing had touched Chris Almeida’s and Cecilia Aubrey’s lives in different ways through the years but had never taken flight. It was in 2010 when Chris and Cecilia met and began role-playing online as a hobby, that writing placed itself front and center in their lives.

Chris and Cecilia have since chosen to release all their titles independently. They have several short stories and two novels published under their own label, Éire Publishing, and are vocal supporters of independent publishing done right. They are currently working on the third novel in their series (and too many other projects). Through all the chaos and laughter, they still hold true to their roots, bringing their favorite role-play characters and stories to life

You can find Chris and Cecilia online at:

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Burn Me (Illicit Allure Book 1) by Eirinn Brennan

She was sure of the future until she experienced what else it had to offer.

Emma Clark has made a decision that will impact the rest of her life. But a chance encounter with the handsome windsurfer Calvin Nash can change a woman’s mind about a lot of things. In the end, it’ll be up to you to determine her fate.

All Illicit Allure books give you two endings for the stories. It’s up to you to choose which one you prefer to read: the fairytale ending or the more realistic one. Enjoy!

Excerpt:

Emma’s brain scrambled. She searched for some witty response and came up empty. She let her eyes skim his broad shoulders. He wore a white T-shirt that stuck to him like a second skin, outlining every lickable inch of his chest. The phrase printed in bold colors across it caught her attention: Windsurfer. Rubber suits are never an issue. She held back the chuckle that threatened to burst from her lips. Schooling her features, she stared him straight in the eyes. “You’re not bad yourself.” She pointed at his T-shirt. “Does that mean you’ve mastered rubbers?” The music stopped halfway through her sentence and her words carried clear as a bell to anyone close to them. Everyone in their group grew silent. She gave herself another mental face palm.

He threw back his head and laughed. That same laugh that had drawn her like a moth to a flame not so long ago.

About Éirinn Brennan

Éirinn Brennan is an Irish Erotic Romance author, now living in sunny San Diego. Éirinn’s heart belongs to Ireland, but currently can be found basking under the warm sun whenever the opportunity arises. She enjoys chance encounters and loves writing steamy erotic stories with heart that will leave you squirming into the long hours of the night.

You can find Éirinn online at:

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Finding Joy by EmKay Connor
You can run from your secrets, but you can’t hide.

Kissing Drake by Jenna Dales
A tall, dark and seriously hot hero and the woman who makes him forget about being so serious.

Madrona Sunset by Jami Davenport
Damaged souls craving comfort for a moment or a lifetime.

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The Good Enough Husband by Sylvie Fox
What would you do if you met your soul mate, but you were already married?

The Posse by Tawdra Kandle
One woman, three men, and a beach romance as unpredictable as the riptide.

How to Say Goodbye by Amber Lin
She’s here for the summer. He lives on the streets. They’ll both learn how to say goodbye.

Excerpt:

He smiled with the barest hint of irony. “Guess you have better things to do than build a sand castle.”

She hated how his words echoed her thoughts, how they put him down. Didn’t he know how much she would give to be like him? Relaxed. Confident. God, she didn’t want to be afraid anymore.

“I’ve got time.”

He pointed behind the castle. “There’s an enchanted forest right there.”

She knelt down. “Here?”

“No, over. A few inches to the left. Don’t you see it?”

He was…teasing her. It took her a second to understand just because it had never happened before. Not that she could remember.

She looked down to hide her smile. “I think I’ve got it now.”

He grinned. “Then get building, Cornell.”

Her first attempt was more like a molehill with a pointed top. By her second she’d learned to pack the sand more tightly, earning a brief nod from him. After that she worked steadily, forming the little conical pine trees in varying sizes. A vision sketched in her mind, of lush trees and woodland creatures, of fancy and imagination.

Kneeling in her oh-so-practical shoes was impossible, so she took them off. Her skirt hiked up her thighs as she scooted around the forest. Sand squeezed between the mesh of her stockings.

She hoped it would never come out.

When he finished carving arched windows, he stood back and dusted the sand from his palms. She trailed a finger down the last tree—this was how he’d feel, gritty and soft—before standing up to join him.

He was tall. His height shouldn’t have been a surprise; she was often the shortest one in the room. But she’d been equal to him on the ground, both of them dirty and eager in the sand. Now he was the tall, handsome stranger, and she the shy girl who hardly spoke.

She’d aced fluid mechanics, for God’s sake, so why should this matter? It didn’t, it didn’t. But her heart double-timed when she asked, “What do you think of the forest?”

With mock solemnity he studied the trees. They lined up neatly in rows like a Christmas tree farm she’d passed once in rural New York.

“It’s pretty,” he said, repeating her words. Then he smiled, almost shy. “Very pretty. Do you want to grab some dinner?”

Her breath caught. Had he just asked her out? It had sounded like that. Exactly like that. Her heart beat a rapid pace.

Daylight traced tiny lines radiating from his eyes, from the corners of his mouth. A smattering of blond hair covered the tanned skin of his chest, highlighting lean muscles beneath. Even the tips of his eyelashes were bleached, every part of him touched by the sun. A golden boy, a rippling-surface stereotype, while hidden depths lurked beneath. What would it take to dive under? In that moment she wanted to find out. Right then she wanted to drown.

But she’d had a lifetime of treading water, of survival. Only one answer made sense.

“I’m sorry.” Her voice sounded hoarse with disuse, as if she hadn’t spoken in years instead of seconds. “I’m not going to be here long. In Florida.”

She kicked herself. He hadn’t asked her to marry him, for God’s sake. He’d only wanted a date, and she should be able to do that. If she were more normal, she could have.

Fleeting emotions flickered across his face. Disappointment first, followed by others she couldn’t understand. But resignation—that one she recognized like an old friend.

“All right. Take care then.” His voice rang with finality. They would part now. She wouldn’t see him again, because she didn’t know how to be close to another human being. No textbook had ever taught her. No monthly phone call had told her how to feel.

Her face heated.

“You too,” she murmured. “I’ll see you around.”

But even that presumed too much. A slight shake of his head said no, she wouldn’t. His lips curved in a cold shadow of his former smile.

“Bye, Cornell.” He crossed the beach, heading for the water.

He walked right past the frothy edge and dived underneath, leaving only ripples in his wake. His head came up once for air, and again, and again, growing smaller, farther away.

She waited for hours. Or seconds, really. She stood with sand caked to her hands and her knees, feeling abraded and raw. Every other time in her life, she’d pretended not to want this. Friends and laughter. Easy camaraderie. Touch. Standing on the cooling sand, her stomach grumbling with hunger, she could no longer pretend.

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Last Call By Alannah Lynne
One unforgettably hot night could lead to forever…or…death…

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Sunny and 75 by Scarlett Metal
Can paradise heal their broken hearts or will their pasts come back to haunt them?

Midnight Shadows by Lisa Marie Rice
She sees shadows that aren’t there.

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Two Are Better Than One by Suzanne Rock
Two Irish exchange students convince the straight-laced Hannah that two men are better than one.

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The Billionaire’s Assassin by Margaret Taylor
Adrian Hoyle couldn’t know that meeting a hot Hollywood actor would be hazardous to her health.

Sun Kissed by Nancy Warren
It’s hard not to mix business and pleasure when your business is surfing.

Miami Dreams by Layla Wilcox
Starting over in the Magic City means believing in second chances when none seem possible.

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