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Back in the hot seat: Michele Hope!

As stars glitter above the Ozarks and a grand old hotel, opportunities can avail in the least expected of places.  Yet for the skilled and gifted, so much can be made from a graceful bend at the waist, a suggestive touch or an alluring smile.  The ghost of Al Capone haunts floors of grandeur and our handsome escapees from a tropical storm ply their skills to an unsuspecting young lifeguard.  And does he ever . . . become the fortunate beneficiary of lace, rum and a midnight dip...

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Sexy Saturday Read: Service Rendered by Michele Hope

Hey INKers! 

Looking for something fresh and new to read this weekend? Check out Service Rendered the debut release from Michele Hope.

Michele's joining us in the Parlor on Monday (squeeee!), so go read her work and then join us here on the 7th to learn more about this great author! Now, you all know I'm not one for waiting (LOL) so I'm going to drip some of her INK early. Here's a little lick from Service Rendered:

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Come Party with a Doxy!

*singing* "Oh, it's party time...havin' a par-tay!" ~I forget whose song that is, and I'm too lazy to look it up, and I know it would take less energy than typing this sentence, but you'll get over it.

This summer has been a crazy one. First there was the release of the anthology, Summer Heat, followed by the extended version of my short, Shaken and Stirred (both of which are available to download for FREE in case you slept through June and July).  And if I was excited for those two, I'm ALL THE WAY TURNED UP about

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