Author: Sunniva Dee

Excerpt: The Truth About Porn Star Boyfriends by Sunniva Dee

Posted August 15th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts /
Excerpt: The Truth About Porn Star Boyfriends by Sunniva Dee

Hiya, and welcome back! Today, we’re giving you a little taste of The Truth About Porn Star Boyfriends by Sunniva Dee! This New Adult offering has only just released today, so you can give it a try here and continue reading straight away. First, here’s a bit more about the book, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end! About the book Excerpt I slept over at his house. I did. I just couldn’t go home after everything he told me. I didn’t accept the invite to come with him on the boat today though. I didn’t ask him if he was going without me either. If he is, wouldn’t he be inviting some “friends,” some Alicias or Silks? I don’t want to know. It’s not difficult to get my shifts back at Mintrer’s. With Il Signore’s nonna at the hospital, the family spends as much time at her bedside as […]

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Cover Reveal: The Fighter and the Baroness by Sunniva Dee

Posted September 29th 2016 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Cover Reveals /
Cover Reveal: The Fighter and the Baroness by Sunniva Dee

Hello! Welcome! Come right up! Love in a Time of Feminism is excited you’re here, as we’ve got something awesome to share. We’ve got the cover for The Fighter and the Baroness by Sunniva Dee, revealed today! Scroll down to see the cover and read more about the book. The cover! About the book Excerpt Helena enters the room like she expects someone to jump out from dark corner. Neck stretched, she takes in a high quality yet typical hotel room with a king-sized bed and two nightstands. The TV is big and flat, resting on top of a dresser, and then there’s a mirror over a small office desk with a phone and some restaurant flyers on it. “It’s nice,” she says. “I like that it doesn’t smell like smoke.” “That would be terrible. Is that what you’re used to? Smoking rooms?” “We have a cigar room,” she replies, confused, until she […]

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