Friday, February 19, 2016

#Interview With The Reviewer Angelica Dawson #Review of #Jack and The Magical Beanstalk M/M #LGBT #Romance @AngelicaDawson @pablomichaels1 @aharemboysaga​ @SarahJaneWrites #RPBP


Welcome to another segment of
"An Interview With A Reviewer"
with our guest reviewer
Angelica Dawson
A Best Selling Naughty Nights Press Author

About The Reviewer
Angelica is a wife, mother and environmental consultant. Her love of plants and the outdoors is not diminished by the bloodsucking hoards -- mosquitoes and black flies, not vampires.
You can Follow Angelica On:

First Things First
Let's take a look at Angelica's review of "Jack and The Magical Beanstalk" by author Pablo Michaels.

"This book has the feel of a fairy tale. There are many segments that could have come straight out of a big picture book my daughter reads. The rest is definitely not for children, but fantastic in its own way. My only complaint comes with the ending. Sam doesn't seem to really have a complete story. I would have liked him to have more closure. I would definitely recommend this book to any fan of m/m erotica."

What is Our Purpose 
For us to communicate with each other and help each other to understand the power of the review!
In general, these segments are to help not only authors understand a few things about the reviews they may get, but it is also for the people who leave the book reviews as well.
Reviews are a crucial element for any book. Reviews help not only the person considering the purchase of a book but they help the author understand how their book is interpreted by a reader.
We are going to ask the reviewer, Angelica Dawson, these questions today.
  • Do you have a general review rating that you go by? 5stars, 4 stars, etc. What are the deciding factors that you weigh your decision on? (For instance: I gave “Jack and The Magical Beanstalk” 5 stars because…)
  • What about Pablo Michaels book, “Jack and The Magical Beanstalk” did you like the best?
  • What about an author inspires you to read a book and review it?
  • What is your favorite genre to read?
  • Are you a plot driven or character driven reader? Why?
  • Do you post reviews for all the books you read?
  • What happens before you sit down to read a book for a review?
  • Do you have a special place where you like to read? Do you need complete silence?
  • How many times do you read a book before you actually write the review?
  • When posting a review, which sales channels do you typically post to? Why?
  • Have you ever had one of your reviews removed from a sales channel?
  • How do you think the digital age has impacted literature as a whole?
  • Are you an author? What is the title of your most recent publication? Please feel free to share a link for your book here as well.
The big question that everyone wants to know...
  • How important do you believe reviews are in the purchasing decision process?
It's easy to follow along!
Read through the post, once you reach the comment section...open them up and you will see each question from above listed in the comment thread.

Join in anytime you want, this is not a closed session. We want to help, not limit!

About The Book 
In this adult fairy tale young, awkward, young Jack sells their prize cow Pearly White for magical beans to a strange man in a red bikini. Little does Jack’s mother, Lorene, know that the beans grow into a giant, magical beanstalk, high above the clouds?

Jack ascends the beanstalk to a land where a Giant Slave serves his larger Master, Jack begs Slave for food to satisfy his hunger from his long journey. But Jack finds Master hoarding treasures.

Attempting to escape the wrath of Master and Slave with the treasures, Jack encounters a handsome, engaging normal sized human man. Sam lives with others that live naturally without clothing deep in the forest. As Jack ages he becomes a handsome man, just like his father, attracting many men, including the two farmhands, Zeke and Adam.

Even though Jack has enabled the farm to prosper with the treasures he stole from Master and is met with increasing danger, he climbs the magical beanstalk again and again to find more treasures and pursue Sam.

Read More About This book here: Meet In The Middle Blog
Read The Interview With Reviewer Ray Sostre
Read The Interview With Reviewer Muffy Wilson
Purchase Links

How About A Teaser Trailer


About The Author 
Pablo Michaels disguised himself as a shy, friendly heterosexual during his adolescence, fantasizing other males. Falling in love with another man his first year in college, he followed him to another university to maintain their platonic love, while he continued in his in studies. When he had his first sexual encounter with another man, just before turning twenty-one, he exploded into gay life with lust and anger. He attempted to live his new life naturally, seeking love, ignoring the statistics of the books he read on homosexuality in high school, and proving what he had read was wrong.
He wrote poetry and stories since third grade. When he turned twenty-one, he moved to San Francisco to work and write, experiencing more of gay life. In the 1980's he wrote every chance he had, trying and failing miserably at publishing mainstream fiction. He published his first story in 1986 in a literary magazine. read more...
You can follow Pablo Michaels on:
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Thursday, February 18, 2016

At The Seven Dials~Time-Travel With Time Trap #Time-Travel #Seven Dials #London #Bookboost @RichardSmithTT #RPBP #ASMSG




"TIME-TRAVEL THURSDAY 
WITH TIME TRAP"

THE TIME-TRAVEL THROUGH 
PICTURES SERIES
Seven Dials
TIME-TRAVEL THROUGH PICTURES

WITH

TIME TRAP

BY

AUTHOR RICHARD SMITH

Welcome to the Fifth piece of "Time-Travel Thursday With Time Trap".

Each week we will feature a new piece from The Author Richard Smith.

Please follow along on this exciting journey as we 
Time-Travel with Time Trap!




About The Book
TODD'S IN A STREET GANG, JAMIE WANTS TO BE. TO GET HIS FRIEND'S BACKING AND JOIN THE RIVERSIDE POSSE, HE TAKES HIM TO A SECRET LABORATORY. BUT DISASTER IS ABOUT TO STRIKE...

Who was the mysterious Hector Lightfoot? What was he up to when he disappeared, and who were the two ghosts once seen in his house? School friends Jamie and Todd are destined to find out when they go to London to spend a weekend with Jamie's Uncle Simon, who now lives in that very house. Soon after they arrive, Jamie has a frightening encounter with the two ghosts.

Hector, a veteran from the First Afghan War, joined a covert expedition to China, and afterwards worked on a secret Government project in an underground lab at theBritish Museum. He vanished suddenly, and was never heard from again.

Simon takes the boys to the lab, where they find a strange contraption – which, unknown to any of them, is a time-travel device. When the building is struck by lightning, the device is energized, and sends the boys back in time to the year 1862. There, surrounded by danger and exposed to disease, they are sucked into a life of crime in order to survive.

Only if they can find Hector will they have any chance of getting home again. But why has he gone into hiding? Who is the man after him and what does he want?

As the boys struggle to escape back to their own time, Jamie becomes convinced that the two ghosts he saw earlier are following them…

"TIME-TRAVEL THURSDAY WITH TIME TRAP"
~ISSUE FIVE OF SIX~
Seven Dials Then and Now


Seven Dials Then

The area was described by Charles Dickens in his collection Sketches by Boz, which includes the quote:
“The stranger who finds himself in the Dials for the first time…at the entrance of Seven obscure passages, uncertain to take, will see enough around him to keep his curiosity awake for no inconsiderable time…”


From The Trail
Take Earlham Street (Little Earlham Street back then) opposite the pub and after a short walk, turn left into Tower Court. Look at the school, built in the 1880s, it’s the location of the Holton Gang’s hideout. They dwelt in the basement of a defunct business.
Now follow the route Jamie and Todd took with Swiper and Patch to Soho Square, where they burgled the house.
As I mention in the Trail, Seven Dials is one of my favourite places in London. I sometimes come and visit and stand there, imagining how it was in the mid 1800’s, when criminals dwelled in the neighbourhood, just like the Holton gang in Time Trap. who occupied a basement in Tower Court.

An Excerpt From Time Trap
Henry Holton, the young and powerfully built gang-leader, sat in a big leather chair, hands clasped together. Blond hair pulled back into a ponytail framed his stern face.
Jamie found himself directly under the light, conspicuous in the glare. Henry picked up a bottle of rum and leaned forward. He stared menacingly at them all.

Seven Dials Today
About The Seven Dials
The original layout of the Seven Dials area was designed by Thomas Neale in the early 1690s. The original plan had six roads converging, although this was later increased to seven. The sundial pillar was built with only six faces, with the dial itself acting as the seventh.

Following the successful development of the fashionable Covent Garden Piazza area nearby, Neale aimed for the Seven Dials site to be popular with well-off residents. This was not to be, however, and the area gradually deteriorated. At one stage, each of the seven apexes facing the column housed a pub. Today, only one remains: The Crown. By the nineteenth century, the area had become one of the most notorious slums in London, being part of the rookery of St. Giles.

Read More About The Seven Dials
Follow The Time Trap Trail

REMEMBER, ONCE YOU COMPLETE THE TRAIL AND EMAIL RICHARD THE CORRECT ANSWERS, HE WILL DOWNLOAD TO YOU THIS PERSONALIZED CERTIFICATE!

Get Your Copy of Time Trap Today! 

Take A Trip Through Time on The Trail!

by author Richard Smith!


Join in on
and have some fun!



It's an experience like no other!

What People Are Saying About Time Trap
What do you get when you mix a couple of boys, 2 too many ghosts and a time travel device? Adventure and mayhem that is what! I purchased this book to read with my daughter who loves adventure books with a little thrill ride built in. Once it arrived we dug right in and I have to say that we both loved it. It really is a great read for older children, teens, and adults with a heart for adventure.

I was a little worried that it would be too intense for my daughter (she sometimes frightens easily) but she loved it. It was interesting to follow along as Todd and Jamie encounter some hair-raising and sometimes threatening situations that only a determined will and strong fortitude could get them through. I love the way the characters are put into those situations where they must show courage and endurance and rely on each other to make it through. I think that serves as a good message for the young readers.

What is there not to love, Richard Smith is a fantastic story teller and Time Trap is an out of this world (or at least this place in time) adventure! Filled with twists and turns and mysterious moments, it encompasses everything I could hope for. It is well written with exceptional character development. 5 stars all the way!

TIME TRAP REVIEWS ON...


"Very exciting book; keeps you interested from the start right the way through. You can tell a lot of research has gone into the writing of this book because all the roads, pubs, churches etc in the adventure are real and in line with accurate history. Fantastic bonus is the London Walk you are invited to take all educational."
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"Time Trap came recommended from a review site and I thought my son would enjoy it. As it was I read it first and thoroughly enjoyed it. It has a really engrossing storyline, strong characters and plenty of intrigue."
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"A hugely enjoyable time romp, Time Trap is the debut novel from author Richard Smith and it really is a little different. Not only a perfect mix of fantasy, intriguing technology and action to keep even the most demanding of young readers entertained, it has more than its share of mystery to boot."
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"An undeniably fun and engaging read, Time Trap will certainly pique your interest and leave its readers wanting more. Raising high expectations of future releases from author Richard Smith, it is recommended without reservation!"
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"My 10 year old, well-read son has been reading Time Trap solidly over the last few days and loves it."
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"Smith it seems has certainly succeeded in weaving a wonderful tale."

INVITE RICHARD TO TALK AT YOUR SCHOOL!
This is a wonderful experience for children of all ages!
There's Richard accompanying the pupils of Highlands Primary School, about to follow the Trail. Notice they're all wearing their "I'm on the Time Trap Trail" baseball caps.

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Week One: Temple Bar

Week Two: Farringdon Road

Week Three: Manette Street

Week Four: Shelton Street

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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Meet In The Middle: #Interview With The Reviewer Ray Sostre #Review of #Jack and The Magical Beanstalk M/M #LGBT #Romance @afterdarkonline @anarchy0029 @pablomichaels1 @aharemboysaga​ #RPBP

Meet In The Middle: #Interview With The Reviewer Ray Sostre #Review of #Jack and The Magical Beanstalk M/M #LGBT #Romance @afterdarkonline @anarchy0029 @pablomichaels1 @aharemboysaga​ #RPBP

#Interview With The Reviewer Ray Sostre #Review of #Jack and The Magical Beanstalk M/M #LGBT #Romance @afterdarkonline @anarchy0029 @pablomichaels1 @aharemboysaga​ #RPBP



Welcome to another segment of
 "An Interview With A Reviewer"
with our guest reviewer
Ray Sostre 
of 
About the reviewer, Ray Sostre
New York born, East Coast raised, and West Coast 
bound.

Writing erotica happened by accident in the summer of 2010. That same year, he established a story submission site – AfterDark Online, a place for erotic authors.

He lives in Nevada with his long-time girlfriend, is an avid listener of electronica, and enjoys writing and publishing articles. He jokes: “I’m always looking for writing material.”

You can follow Ray Sostre on:
Author Ray Sostre on Facebook:
http://facebook.com/AuthorRaySostre
My blog – The AfterDark World:
http://theafterdarkworld.blogspot.com
Twitter - @anarchy0029
http://twitter.com/anarchy0029
AfterDark Online’s page:
http://afterdark-online.com
AfterDark Online on Facebook:
http://facebook.com/afterdarkonline
AfterDark Online on Twitter - @afterdarkonline:
http://twitter.com/afterdarkonline.

First Things First
Let's show you the review Ray Sostre posted about Pablo Michaels title, "Jack and The Magical Beanstalk" on After Dark Online on January 8th, 2016.

"Happy New Year, and Happy Friday from AfterDark Online. We’re going to go straight into the review of Pablo Michael’s follow up, Jack and the Beanstalk – a classic children tale but with an adult twist that is not recommended for young viewers. The story begins with Jack, a young handsome man that lives on the farm with his mother, Lorene. His father died when he was young, and things get hard for them his mother told him to go sell their cow, Pearly White, for some money and food.

Jack meets a man, along the way, and persuades him to sell him the cow for five magical beans. When Jack returns home with news that he sold the cow for five magical beans, his mother becomes aggravated that Jack was swindled and throws the beans out the window, where it bedded itself in the dirt.

Overnight, there was a rain shower and the beans grow massively up to the clouds, where Jack climbs his way up to a mystical place in the clouds. He is greeted by the giant servant, called Slave, who reluctantly allows him in to feed him, but Jack narrowly escapes from his master. When the giant falls asleep, Jack seizes the opportunity to take some of the riches back home, where Jack’s farm begins to prosper, but Jack is halted when he sees a young, handsome naked man in the forest. This man was mysterious to him, but Jack was interested in knowing him. The two came from different worlds, but Jack ends up falling for the mysterious man, and rescues him from the evil Master that threatens to eat him.

This was a story that was not only outside-the-box, but a very good story that was never dull and filled with absolute fun. Author Pablo Michaels came across with another worthy read. Although, the story is short with approximately around 15k words, but the book is definitely worth getting. You’ll love the flow of the story from start to finish, and it has a neat fairytale ending to the story. Take a bow Mr. Michaels, as you get a Platinum Read (5 Stars).

The heat level in the story is really good, but I’m aware that Pablo Michael’s erotic style doesn’t stray out to extreme heat, but he does get descriptive only enough to make his readers intrigued or aroused. While his work is mainly m/m, he does add one hell of a romance to his stories, and you’ll always be looking forward to his next scenes. 3 Flames.

The suspense level in the story was really good. I was never bored; didn’t have to read through several pages in the story to find out what was the point. Author Pablo Michaels came across something that had you hooked since day one. Great job!"

See The Review at After Dark Online

What is Our Purpose
For us to communicate with each other and help each other to understand the power of the review!
In general, these segments are to help not only authors understand a few things about the reviews they may get, but it is also for the people who leave the book reviews as well.

Reviews are a crucial element for any book. Reviews help not only the person considering the purchase of a book but they help the author understand how their book is interpreted by a reader.
We are going to ask the reviewer, Ray Sostre these questions today.
  • Do you have a general review rating that you go by? 5stars, 4 stars, etc. What are the deciding factors that you weigh your decision on? (For instance: I gave “Jack and The Magical Beanstalk” 5 stars because…)
  • What about Pablo Michaels book, “Jack and The Magical Beanstalk” did you like the best?
  • What about an author inspires you to read a book and review it?
  • What is your favorite genre to read?
  • Are you a plot driven or character driven reader? Why?
  • Do you post reviews for all the books you read?
  • What happens before you sit down to read a book for a review?
  • Do you have a special place where you like to read? Do you need complete silence?
  • How many times do you read a book before you actually write the review?
  • When posting a review, which sales channels do you typically post to? Why?
  • Have you ever had one of your reviews removed from a sales channel?
  • How do you think the digital age has impacted literature as a whole?
  • Are you an author? What is the title of your most recent publication? Please feel free to share a link for your book here as well.
The big question that everyone wants to know...
  • How important do you believe reviews are in the purchasing decision process?
It's easy to follow along! 
Read through the post, once you reach the comment section...open them up and you will see each question from above listed in the comment thread. 

Join in anytime you want, this is not a closed session. We want to help, not limit! 

About The Book
In this adult fairy tale young, awkward, young Jack sells their prize cow Pearly White for magical beans to a strange man in a red bikini. Little does Jack’s mother, Lorene, know that the beans grow into a giant, magical beanstalk, high above the clouds?

Jack ascends the beanstalk to a land where a Giant Slave serves his larger Master, Jack begs Slave for food to satisfy his hunger from his long journey. But Jack finds Master hoarding treasures.

Attempting to escape the wrath of Master and Slave with the treasures, Jack encounters a handsome, engaging normal sized human man. Sam lives with others that live naturally without clothing deep in the forest. As Jack ages he becomes a handsome man, just like his father, attracting many men, including the two farmhands, Zeke and Adam.

Even though Jack has enabled the farm to prosper with the treasures he stole from Master and is met with increasing danger, he climbs the magical beanstalk again and again to find more treasures and pursue Sam.

Read More About This book here: Meet In The Middle Blog

Purchase Links

About The Author
Pablo Michaels disguised himself as a shy, friendly heterosexual during his adolescence, fantasizing other males. Falling in love with another man his first year in college, he followed him to another university to maintain their platonic love, while he continued in his in studies. When he had his first sexual encounter with another man, just before turning twenty-one, he exploded into gay life with lust and anger. He attempted to live his new life naturally, seeking love, ignoring the statistics of the books he read on homosexuality in high school, and proving what he had read was wrong.
He wrote poetry and stories since third grade. When he turned twenty-one, he moved to San Francisco to work and write, experiencing more of gay life. In the 1980's he wrote every chance he had, trying and failing miserably at publishing mainstream fiction. He published his first story in 1986 in a literary magazine. read more...


You can follow Pablo Michaels on:
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https://www.facebook.com/PabloMichaelsAuthor123/timeline?ref=page_internal
Website
http://www.pmmanmanromance.com/
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https://twitter.com/pablomichaels1
DitterVerse
http://ditterverse.com/member/michael_t_jordan#
Pinterest
https://www.pinterest.com/pablomichaels/
Amazon Author Central
https://www.tumblr.com/blog/wwwpablomichaels

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#Reflections of Jail Time In #Thailand "Behind The #Scenes" With Fred's Diary 1981~#JailInThailand~#RPBP #TravelsInAsia #Memoir #Diary @fredsdiary1981

"BEHIND THE SCENES"
Thank you for joining us as we go behind the scenes of 
Fred's Diary 1981,
with the Fourth edition
 of 

"Behind The Scenes".

Robert Fear takes us on his journey, as he travels in Asia taking daily notes in a diary. 
This authentic look into his dairy has been extended by going behind the scenes with Robert as he reveals himself to us each week with an original inside look.

Reflecting back on Jail Time in Thailand

6 day eye-opener
This is the last thing I expected to happen when I set out on this trip. But, oh shit, it’s definitely happening!

The three of us are off to court this morning and if things go as expected we will be in prison tonight rather than the police cells where we’ve spent the last few nights.

Andy, Stan and I have certainly got to know each other very well. Considering that we hardly knew each other a week ago, we have become quite close, through necessity if nothing else.

As you may have gathered our initial optimism for a quick release didn’t come to fruition. In the meantime we’ve learnt a lot about the corruption and bribery that goes on in this beautiful country.

We wouldn’t have got through this so far without outside help. It just shows how fellow travellers will group together and help in whatever way they can, even if it means sacrificing part of their trips.

Basically you are given nothing in here. No food, no water, no bedding. Nothing! Anything you want comes at a price and without friends outside things can get very difficult. There are other detainees here who have no money and are really struggling.

We keep beating ourselves up about the way we were caught out in the raid on our guest house. It was stupid and naïve of us to be so casual about the drugs but it all seemed so natural at the time. Even so, for the small amount we all had, the punishment certainly does not match the crime!

The strange thing is that I only got into smoking hashish and grass during my last stay in Frankfurt. Prior to that I had smoked cigarettes or roll-ups and enjoyed my beer but this was a whole new experience to me. It helped broaden my outlook though and probably influenced my choice of coming to Asia.

Valium has been the drug of choice in here. It is sold freely in the chemists and Graham has ensured that we have had a good supply. I wouldn’t have remained so calm and rested without it. Even so my stomach is constantly churning through the worry of the whole situation.

I’ve just been reading back through my diary, which is proving to be a real comfort during these difficult times. It really helps to be able to write things down and release some of the frustration. 

Here’s a short extract which sums up how we are all feeling:

“This starts to feel more and more bizarre. I mean we aren’t exactly hardened criminals but they were even talking about deporting us.”

Due to overcrowding in Thai prisons, none of the cells have beds, nor are prisoners are given any mattresses.
 Just a thin sheet. If they have any money they can buy extra bedding.

Worrying times in Thailand
Each of us had mixed feelings about what the day holds. We were let out of our cell at 8:15 a.m. and had some visitors. Ead came for the first time and didn't look too happy for us. Graham, Aja and Marie, John and Michael were all there as well.

Exchanged some small talk but as nothing was certain everyone was nervous. About 9 a.m. we got all our things together for imminent removal but did not leave until nearly 10 a.m.

They handcuffed us together with three Thai guys and we were escorted outside, where we managed to get some quick hugs from Marie and Aja along with good luck handshakes from the guys.

The sunlight was dazzling after six days in the cells. They put us into a wired-up open truck which transported us to another cell near the court, where they herded us together and checked that we were all there.

Half an hour later we were taken to the courthouse and all sat down on benches. Within two minutes the judge came in and called out our names. We had to stand up and acknowledge that we were there.

After signing a form we were all herded back into the truck and driven to the prison where we arrived at 11:30 a.m. Stan had been taken off somewhere else so Andy and I went to the prison alone. A Canadian guy, Jim helped us.

We had all our possessions searched and our money taken from us, although they let me keep the lucky Irish £1 note Bobby had given me. The British consulate was at the prison so I was able to see him for a short while. I gave him all the details with specific instructions that he shouldn't inform my parents.

Did you miss the past three segments of 
Behind The Scenes?



Fascinating time capsule from the 80’s

NEWLY RELEASED SECOND EDITION 

SYNOPSIS

Have you ever wanted to read someone else’s diary? 

Would you like to experience travelling in Asia without leaving home? 

Then this book is for you. Fred’s Diary 1981 is a fascinating insight into a young man’s travels around Asia in the early 1980’s. This is a unique opportunity to delve into Fred's daily diary, which details the 158 days he spent travelling around Asia. Follow Fred throughout his extensive travels to Hong Kong, Thailand, India and Nepal. 

Appreciate the many friendships formed along the way with fellow-travellers. 

Relive the highs and lows that he experienced during this fascinating journey. 

Recognise the huge differences in technology, particularly communications. 

Become immersed in the different cultures, peoples and surroundings of Asia in the early 1980's. 

Understand more about the drug culture of the 1980's, especially in Thailand and Nepal. 

Learn from Fred's youthful mistakes, especially if your dream of travelling to Asia becomes a reality.


The price of Fred's Diary 1981: Travels in Asia has been dropped to £1.99 / $2.99 
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Fred's Diary 1981
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Claim Your #Free #Book! Collect Your #Amazon #Freebie #Code Now! Mine For One Night #Romance #ebook #RPBP

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MINE For One Night 
(The Twin To Twin Book 1) 
by Author Ju Ephraime

The long awaited release of MINE For One Night is finally here. It has all the heat you've come to expect from Ju Ephraime, as well as, lots of romantic suspense. 

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Subject: Mine For One Night!
About The Book
Lynn is in a quandary. Ever since she could remember, she’s had a thing for twins, not just any twins, identical twins. Now she is in a relationship with one half of the most handsome set of identical twins, but she can’t stop thinking about the other. She had one, but she wants them both.

Nicholae and his brother have a great relationship. They never covet each other’s property. If one has something, and the other wants it, they share, whatever it was. But now Nate has something Nicholae wants, and he doesn’t know how to ask to share because something tells him Nate won’t share this with him… his new girlfriend, Lynn.

Lynn has a need, and Nicholae has a want, and then there’s Nate in the middle. Will he give in to his brother, or will he put his foot down and deny him this one time?

About The Author
Ju Ephraime began writing professionally at age 19; at that time, she wrote short stories for the local radio station in her home town. She gave up writing to pursue her education and has since earned several degrees, including two Masters and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University in Boston. During the course of her schooling, she wrote and published a working curriculum for a career school, a business manual and its answer key, as well as other literary work. In 2010 she revisited her first love, writing for fun and enjoyment. She writes high heat, steamy, romance novels. The first was, State of Ecstasy in the LaCasse series, which was soon followed by, Temptation to Sin, Loving Therèse, #2 in the LaCasse series. Ju has gone on to write several more books, including, The Odor of Violet, on tour this month, Complete Surrender, #3 in the LaCasse series; as well as, a Christmas Novella, Footsteps in the Sand and her award winning paranormal, White Magic Woman, Quarterfinalist in Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest, 2013, out of over 10,000 entrants.

Ju lives in Connecticut, where she is very active in her community. She is the administrator of a business school and the president of a non-profit organization that dresses individuals for job interviews.

Visit her blog at http://www.juephraime.blogspot.com or her personal page at,http://www.juliaeantoine.com where you can sign up for e-mail updates and be the first to hear about new releases.

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