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#SixSentenceSunday Fantasy Surrender by Lori King

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“The other day you said you missed the chase,” he began to explain, easing a step away from her to let her think clearly. “So I’ve set up a safe zone for us to play in tonight. The goal is for me to catch you so I can do wicked things to your delicious body for the rest of the night.”

“Um, that’s not much of an incentive for me to get away from you. In fact, I might just stay put and let you get started,” she said, her laughter tinkling through the air.

“Ah, but there’s a prize if you can stay out of my grasp until dawn.”


Fantasy Surrender

Surrender Series 5


Rachel Morgan lives every woman’s fantasy with her four cowboy husbands. Each man exemplifies something she’s always wanted in a man, and they treat her like a queen. As they approach their five year wedding anniversary, the guys have asked her what she’d like to do to celebrate, but she’s nervous about telling them the truth. It’s insane to want to be seduced as if they were starting over, right?


Join the four Brooks brothers as they remind their wife how lucky she is…



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In November, I’ll be hosting a HUGE online auction for the charitable organization: Heroes on the Water! I’ve had some incredible items and gift baskets donated already, but I’m of the belief, you can never have too much! Especially when it benefits such an incredible cause. Please look inside your heart, and around your home,  for items that could be donated. I’ll auction them off the week of November 6-11, and the proceeds will go directly to the NE Kansas chapter of Heroes on the Water!

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Coming soon from Romance Rebels Publishing!

Romance Rebels Publishing


Exotic new worlds, excitement, danger and a dragon-shifting alien. What more could you ask of a science fiction anthology? Check out these new stories from authors Rose Nickol, A.M. Halford, KD Jones, and Bethany Shaw.

Lovers Lost In The Stars by Author Rose Nickol – Myla didn’t realize how different her life could be until she was kidnapped and stranded with two of the most devastating males she had ever met. Captain Dwaain Moreson and his second Lewan were from the planet of Xylan and Protectors of the planet. Dwaain was also leader of the planet.

Finding Myla and her father stranded in space had been a stroke of luck for Dwaain. Being attacked by the Meglan and stranded with the little female and Lewan worked nicely into his plans, plans for him and Lewan to be bonded to the woman. Would fate intervene again and take her away or…

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Can she be seduced by her husbands again? #FantasySurrender #Preorder #Ménage

In the small town of Stone River, Texas, there’s no such thing as too much love. A unique variety of acceptance abounds, and the number of ménage relationships is growing. Everyone is welcome, so come on in, and surrender to a cowboy…


Coming September 19th!

Fantasy Surrender

Surrender Series 5

Fantasy Surrender


Rachel Morgan lives every woman’s fantasy with her four cowboy husbands. Each man exemplifies something she’s always wanted in a man, and they treat her like a queen. As they approach their five year wedding anniversary, the guys have asked her what she’d like to do to celebrate, but she’s nervous about telling them the truth. It’s insane to want to be seduced as if they were starting over, right?  

Join the four Brooks brothers as they remind their wife how lucky she is…

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#SixSentenceSunday Primal Surrender by Lori King

Primal Surrender by Lori King

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“Why?  You want me to keep my mouth shut so you can get laid?  She’s pretty but her pussy ain’t made of gold.”

The words were barely out of his mouth before the pain of Claudia’s fist impacting his nose set in and he fell backwards over the recliner and into the wall.  The crack of his skull against the plaster never even registered in his brain before he blacked out.


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Primal Surrender

Surrender Series 3


Brothers Mack and Ryker Thompson know the pain of failure intimately having recently fallen from the heights of success. One a former football star, and the other a master at his artistic craft, they couldn’t be more different from each other. Mack hides behind anonymity in order to cover up his pain, while Ryker figures it doesn’t matter if the glass is half-full or half-empty as long as there’s a bartender refilling it all will be well. Broken and haunted by the mistakes of their past, neither expected to find a ray of sunshine in the clouds of their pity party.

Claudia Schmidt, is the only daughter of a real estate tycoon that has a plan for turning the small town of Stone River into a suburb of Austin, Texas. When she is sent in to replace the project manager, and convince the town of the necessity of the project, she finds herself falling in love with the town, and the Thompson brothers.

Although ménage relationships aren’t foreign to Mack and Ryker, neither one intends on living one, so how can they decide who gets the girl? And what if the girl wants all or nothing? Welcome back to Stone River…









Batten down the hatches, a storm is coming! #Hurricane #Prep #StormWarning #TipsandTricks

I’m seeing some fantastic tips online for storm preparation after Hurricane Harvey, and in preparation for Hurricane Irma. So I wanted to create a blog post where all of them were in one place and I could refer back to them in the future when weather threatens. PLEASE comment with your tips and tricks because I know there are many more!
1. Start running your ice makers early and bagging the ice in freezer bags. Fill as much space in between your freezer items as you can.

2. Freeze regular tap water for pets, cleaning or drinking in tupperware-type containers. REMEMBER to leave a small bit of space between the top of the water & the lids so the ice expands but doesn’t crack the container.

3. Start using up your perishables to make more room for ice in the freezer – or at least eat the things you’d be heartbroken to have ruined if the power is out for days. IE: that T-bone steak you’ve been saving for a special occasion.

4. Fill up all vehicles & check tires & oil. Make sure you have flashlights, blankets and water in the vehicle in case of an emergency evacuation.

5. Cash from ATM, at least enough to get you through tolls and gas out of town. Call your bank if you plan on leaving the state so they don’t freeze your card for out-of-area “suspicious” transactions.

6. All important docs take a photo & send to your email. Take originals in sealed bags or plastic bins.

7. Pet & livestock food & supplies. Vet records in case you need to shelter them at a storm-safe facility.

8. Evacuation plans and share with family members so they know where you’re headed.

9. Consider putting heirlooms & photos in plastic bins in a high place, second floor, or safe room if you don’t plan on taking them with you.


11. Old rags & beach towels on your windowsills. Even with the best windows & shutters, water seeping from the wind pressure happens. A few damp towels is better than soaked drywall or floors!

12. Shutter windows and doors and bring everything outside into your garage or house NOW. Do not wait until the day before. Better to get done early and relax than wait until its too late, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE MANDATORY PERSONNEL (hospital employee or first responder).

13. If you don’t already have your hurricane supplies, you might want to get them now. Shelves are already empty in most places.

14. Freeze a cup of water, then place a quarter on top of it. If you are forced to evacuate this will tell you whether your food has spoiled. Quarter on top, your food is safe. Quarter on bottom, it all needs to be trashed (water thawed, as did your food).

15. Do a walk through video of your home, open all closets, cabinets, etc. If you’re forced to file an insurance claim this will help you quantify your belongings. (Do you really know how many shirts you own? Or how many plates?)


Part II courtesy of Author Sierra Cartwright who went through Hurricane Harvey in Houston.

If you are in the path of Irma, I wrote this for you… Last week, I saw things I wish I hadn’t, experienced things I never want to relive. (Feel free to share.)

For Hurricane Harvey, I was in Houston, rather than Galveston, somewhere inland and, presumably, safe since it wasn’t in a flood plain. And yet, houses all around us flooded. Vehicles were destroyed.

I want to share a few things I learned so that things might be a little easier, in case you ever face the unthinkable.

Above all: trust your instincts. Please. Even if everyone around you thinks it’s hype, that nothing will happen, trust yourself. (Even if nothing happens. What did being prepared hurt?)

Things that were lifesavers for myself and friends:
Ziploc-type bags, water (in gallon jugs and in cases of bottles), plastic document wallets, oversized trash bags, storage bins.

Keep your phone and charger in a Ziploc bag. Not only will the bag protect it from water damage, if you drop your phone, it may float for a few seconds. (This is also important for anyone heading out to help.)

Wrap your luggage, computer bag, etc. inside a heavy-duty (black) trash bag. Also, trash bags can be cut so that they can be used as rain ponchos.

During Hurricane Harvey, we lost cell phone service and Wi-Fi access. A family we assisted needed to get to a friend’s house, but they couldn’t call the friend and they did not remember the address.

So be sure to have a paper copy of all important information: passwords for all your credit cards and banks, logins for online banking, credit cards, email, etc. (If you login from a new location, you may be prompted for the login information.) Place this information inside a large Ziploc or document wallet.

Also be sure to include your insurance agent’s name and phone number. (Our good friend is an insurance agent. Some people called him who were no longer clients. In their panic, and because documents were destroyed, they couldn’t recall who their agent was.) Also, consider having your car’s VIN number handy.

Also, place your money, credit cards, checkbooks, wallet, passport, birth certificate, citizenship papers in plastic baggies.

Things to ensure you have for a disaster:
Medications, diabetic supplies, and over-the-counter pain remedies for yourself and kiddos/family members. (Also place in Ziploc baggies.) Have enough for at least a week, maybe longer.
Female sanitary products.
Diapers, baby food, formula, etc.
Candles. Many bigger stores may carry inexpensive 24-hour candles in their Jewish section. (Thank you to a good friend for this tip!)
Matches (store in plastic Ziploc bag), lighters.
A battery-operated lantern.
A camp stove. (Being able to boil water to pour through the coffeemaker made our two-days without power much more tolerable.)
Umbrellas. (Though the wind made some of these more of a detriment than an asset.)
Rain jacket/poncho/black plastic bag in a pinch. Also rain boots.
The stores will run out of bread and snacks first. Grab your snacks early. And do not eat them before the hurricane arrives. (Learned the hard way.) The grocery store also ran out of M&M’s. You can buy your bread early and freeze it, removing it when you go to freeze the one-gallon water jugs.

Also consider:
Cash. The ATMs around us flooded or lost power.
Having a full gas tank. This is good in case you need to evacuate, but keep in mind your car may have to be used for heat/cooling or recharging your electronic devices.
Purchasing spare gasoline for a chain saw, etc.

Leading up to the storm:
Take a moment to get your pet chipped. At the very least, ensure their tags are readable.

From a friend with a disaster management degree: Take photos of the inside and outside of your home right from your phone. If you have any damage, you can provide these to the insurance adjuster without needing to search old photos.

Place photos, valuable papers, books, etc. inside plastic storage bins. ALSO, your washing machine can be used for storage of valuables/breakables. (Wrap them with towels for protection.)

Bring your pet carriers into the house early. I heard of one family forced to leave behind four cats because the carriers were flooded in the garage. Also have leashes, dishes, dog toys handy.

Place towels in windowsills. (During a tornado, rain and blades of grass came into my Jamaica Beach house through the window seals!)

One gallon jugs of water can be frozen. If you lose power, those bricks of ice can then be used to keep items in your refrigerator cold. Move the items you access the most (beer and wine) to the front of the refrigerator to minimize time you have the doors open. (I have heard to be sure to leave some head room if you fill your own one-gallon jugs, to allow for expansion.)

Fill the bathtub with water that can be used to flush toilets.

If you are evacuated, you may have a couple of days notice, an hour’s notice, or the Sheriff could knock on your door with a “go-now” command.

Have a grab-and-go bag ready. Consider using a backpack so that you can keep your hands free. You can cut a couple of holes in a trash bag to cover your backpack but still slip your arms through the straps. In the bag, have all your other Ziploc bags (medication, sanitary supplies, money, wallet, credit cards, ID, credit cards, check book, names, phone numbers, addresses, and login information. Also a baggie with your electronics.) (I saw a family forgot most of their essentials in the panic to evacuate.) Also, consider tossing in a flashlight. If it’s dark, you may not recognize where you are when you get off a boat.

If you evacuate:
Please know a dozen people will be there to help. You may feel alone, but your neighbors, friends, first responders will be there to help you.
Wear shoes that can get wet. (We saw a number of people who lost/removed shoes that were water logged.)
If you travel, call your credit card companies and banks so your card/account is not subject to a fraud hold.
Contact FEMA to help with expenses, etc. Contact your insurance agent.
What you will need in the aftermath:
Trash bags, cleaning supplies, mops, brooms, a camera or cell phone camera for pictures of damage, storage bins for things you can salvage, maybe a pair of rain boots. Save receipts.
The most important thing I needed…
A feeling of grace. People, including your spouse or loved one, may not react the way you expect. The shock of being evacuated or losing a home or vehicle is stunning. Be patient with yourself and others. (Yes, I do know, firsthand, how difficult this one can be!)



I’m lucky to live in Kansas where we’re rarely impacted by Hurricanes, BUT emergency awareness and preparedness is still important during our tornado season. I hope these tips help someone – anyone – to prepare before the storm!


#SixSentenceSunday Weekend Surrender by Lori King

Weekend Surrender by Lori King

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“You might be grown up, but wearing a skirt like that is asking for trouble.”

She paused and looked back over her shoulder.  “Maybe that’s exactly what I wanted,” she said with a shrug of her shoulders.

His slow, sexy smile made her mouth go dry, and she swallowed hard.  “If you want trouble, little girl, all you need to do is ask.”

Trying to cover up her nerves at his deliberately seductive invitation, she snorted out a laugh, “If I decide I want your kind of trouble, I won’t need to ask.”


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Weekend Surrender

Surrender Series 1


After another painful betrayal and break up, Rachael Morgan sets out to prove to herself that she can handle a good time with a man and walk away sexually satisfied and with her heart intact. She could have never imagined that she would be agreeing to the proposition of a lifetime. Every woman in Stone River, Texas would jump at this chance, but she’s afraid she’ll leave pieces of her heart behind.

Raised on their family ranch the four Brooks brothers have always shared everything. Even women.  When they find themselves face to face with the one person who could complete them all, they set out on a journey to claim her for their own.

Fate can place them all in the right place at the right time, but will Rachel be able to overcome her relationship scars, or is she destined to live her life alone believing that no man ever stays?











#SixSentenceSunday from Honor of the Wolf

Honor of the Wolf by Lori King

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“Okay, you have two minutes before I need to get back to work, talk,” Tavi said, crossing her arms under her small breasts and lifting the tempting morsels.

“I want you,” Luke said simply.

She looked startled, and she took a wary step backward, shaking her head. “I–I, um, well thank you, I think. You’re a gorgeous guy, but like I said earlier I’m not looking for a relationship.”

“I’m not either, but I know I can’t walk away from you without tasting you once.”



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Being a Beta wolf in the Gray Pack is one of the highest honors Luke Gray has ever attained, but he wants so much more for himself and his pack. The recent shift in mating habits, has disturbed his idyllic view of their way of life, and worse yet, no one else seems to understand his point of view.

Tavi Reid is a woman full of grit, and determination. She’s come too far, and worked too hard to let an arrogant man with a chip on his shoulder throw her off track. Even if he’s sexy as hell and makes her weak in the knees, she has to stay focused on her daughter and their future.

They are both tested with traumatic new changes to their lives, but will they lean on each other to get them through, or will these two independent individuals end up with disaster on their hands? Honor is not a right, it’s earned…


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