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Rockin' Reads Giveaway Hop #RockinReads

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Everyone needs a Rockin' Read! Stop by Sept 23rd to 30th and find out which reads have rocked 2015 for us! There will be a giveaway on each blog so don't forget to visit them all!

 Thanks for hoping on over to my part of Rockin' Reads! What do I have in store for you? Hot Bad Boy Twins, Declan and Ryker Cage.

As the personal assistant to the owner of one of the top engineering firms in Denver, Tiffany Brooks has worked hard at maintaining a professional fa├žade, intent on ridding herself of terrible habits—like her attraction to bad boys. But when the owner of DC Construction rides his chopper into her world two years after their one-time anonymous sexual encounter, everything turns upside down.

Declan Cage is the type of guy who makes a lasting impression, especially with women, yet the gorgeous assistant at Stoub Engineering never remembers his name—or does she? Intrigued by her game, her sexier than sin body, and an infuriating prissy attitude, Ms. Brooks is begging to be taken into hand, and he’s the man to do it.

Armed with the knowledge Declan doesn’t recognize her, will Tiffany give in to her desire for him yet again, or will her past come back to haunt them both and ruin their chance at something real?

 "Declan was everything I love in a bad boy book boyfriend."

"The sex scenes were beyond hot! They didn’t overshadow the story, and they weren’t quick romps either. If Declan’s moves don’t melt your panties off…phew! I wouldn’t mind reading about Declan’s brother, Ryker. If he’s anything like his brother, then buckle up."

Something always brings him back to her...

Ryker Cage is a rough guy, with very particular tastes when it comes to sex. Rough, hard, and dirty is the extent of his repertoire. Never soft. He doesn’t have a clue about connecting with his sensitive side in the bedroom, or that find-your-inner-femininity bullshit. He fears nothing, except—his feelings for the sweet and innocent Molly Monroe.

The bad boy who lived next door claimed Molly’s heart long ago. Crazy, or not, she loves him. Always has. No matter what he does to push her away, nor how far he runs, Ryker is the one man she’ll never stop loving.

When Ryker finally finds his way back home, will he find the courage to claim what's always been his? Or, will he be destined for heartache when someone threatens to take everything away?

"Ms. Saint James writes a drool worthy hero and a likeable heroine. I can't get enough of her books or her men."

"Ryker ... I really don't have words for this man. He is downright naughty, but hot hot hot."

I'll be giving away the first book in my Bad Boy Fever series, Spanked by the Bad Boy winner's choice of e-book or audio book, as well any e-book off my back list of books which can be found here.  

All you need to do to be eligible to win is comment below and tell me what you like best about bad boys. One winner will be chosen at random and announced once the hop is over. Don't forget to put your e-mail in the comment so you can be notified.



  1. I think bad boys are fun to read about because they aren't afraid to bend or break the rules and coax their partners to do the same. Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. I like the element of danger that bad boys possess

  3. They're dangerous & risk takers. Thanks. turtle6422 (at) gmail (dot) com

  4. Bad boys are hot, sexy, and oh so (supposedly) off limits. flicka6984 (at) gmail

  5. I like a bad boy because they appear dangerous, rough around the edges, a take what you want kind of guy, but what you can't see is their heart. They take the chances that others aren't willing to take. They are like that red button that everyone tells you not to press, you just gotta have them!

  6. Bad boys make your heart race and other things tingly! Thanks for keeping the bad boys coming! (;

  7. I like bad boys because the only opinion that matters to them is their own!

  8. Bad boys are alpha!

  9. I like the challenge they present :D

  10. They don't ask for permission and have confidence by the truck loads! Thanks for the chance!


  11. I love bad boys because they break the law or push past your boundaries.


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