SKINNY DIPPIN’ AS A STAND ALONE:
SKINNY DIPPIN’ AS A PART OF THE SINNERS AND SAINTS ANTHOLOGY:
Sometimes it takes a Saint to love a Sinner.
There’s something for everyone in this collection of 15 romance stories from today’s USA Today bestselling, award-winning, and rising star authors. From reluctant billionaires to displaced gods, century old vampires to young lovers just about to graduate high-school, love strikes where it will, and who’s to say a Sinner is any less deserving of happiness than a Saint?
Let us tempt you to take a walk on the wild side, unleash a little bit of the sinner inside you to find that romance you’ve always been waiting for.
These original stories are packed with unforgettable characters, amazing romances, and intense emotion that will leave you on the edge of your seat waiting for more. From sweet to sultry, these stories will have you reading long into the night.
Fans of Mary Higgins Clark, Stephanie Meyer, Danielle Steel and Suzanne Collins won’t wait to misbehave for Sinners & Saints.
Don’t miss your chance to get this set before it’s gone! The sins will stack up and the saints won’t stay forever, so make sure to grab your copy of these 15 titillatingly delightful stories.
RELEASE DATE: January 12, 2021
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When Carla agrees to house sit a condo by the beach for a summer, she’s met with a juicy surprise.
Though reluctant and determined to stay away, Carla is drawn to the young man a few doors down. Blake is handsome, temperamental, and just as determined to win her over as she is to stay away. Three months under the summer sun are about to heat up parts of Carla that she thought lost, tossed to the wind and gone forever.
But will Carla succumb to his possessive, domineering traits and become his for the summer, or will she let better judgement, along with their age difference, drive a wedge between the undeniable connection?