Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Someone For Me by Addison Moore Excerpt

Here's an Excerpt from Someone For Me 

Cruise’s POV with Kendall (Kenny) in their bedroom.


I walk her back and lay her gently on the mattress, trailing kisses from her neck to her chest, down to her smooth, soft belly. I rub my face over her stomach and indulge in the simple act of loving her in this innocent way. There are so many new ways to love Kenny that feel satisfying, though just a week ago I would have brushed them all off as juvenile.

The nightstand drawer opens and closes, and Kenny tosses down what sounds like jewelry, but it’s the chains we’ve used from time to time. I pick them up and gently lay them on the floor, far away from our tender moment.

“Excuse me,” she balks at how quickly I’ve dismissed them. “That was a hint, by the way.” She rubs her foot over my back, and I’m half-tempted to hog-tie her in less than three seconds, just the way she likes it.

Kendall and Cruise ignite the pages in the final installment of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling series Someone to Love.

Kendall Jordan knows she doesn't need an elaborate wedding with a Vera Wang dress and a three-tiered cake. All she needs is the love of her life, the hot and romantic Cruise Elton. But she's been dreaming of a picture-perfect wedding since childhood, and so with her finances in peril and a rock band squatting in the Elton B&B, Kendall must take extreme measures. She decides to pen a book about the kinky sexcapades of one Penny Whoredon and Cruz Belton, but in order to do the writing justice she’ll need to conduct some sexy research with the love of her life. It looks like Kendall might just pull it off—but when her protective older brother and Cruise's jealous ex-girlfriend get involved, tempers and insecurities rise, threatening not just her dream wedding but the possibility of having a wedding at all.

Addison Moore is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who writes contemporary and paranormal romance. Previously she worked as a therapist on a locked psychiatric unit for nearly a decade. She resides on the West Coast with her husband, four wonderful children, and two dogs where she eats too much chocolate and stays up way too late. When she's not writing, she's reading.




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