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Fresh Pick / January 16, 2016

Fresh Pick for Saturday, January 16th, 2016 is FORBIDDEN: HER BRITISH STEPBROTHER by Lauren Smith #SexySaturday #ForbiddenLove or not? About FORBIDDEN: HER BRITISH STEPBROTHER He’s her first. He’s her everything. He’s her . . . stepbrother. Kat has always been a good girl. She studies hard and never stays out too late. But when sitting in a pub on her birthday, she realizes she’s a nineteen-year-old virgin who’s never really lived. And she wants tonight to be the night that changes. Then she sees him walk in. He’s tall, dark, handsome, and straight out of her deepest fantasies. His voice makes her knees feel weak, and when he smiles, she imagines him doing wicked things to her in bed. From the look in his eyes, she knows he’s imagining it too. So when he asks if he can walk her home, she hears herself whisper yes . . . Buy FORBIDDEN: HER BRITISH STEPBROTHER: Kindle| | iTunes/iBooks | Kobo | Google Play | Amazon CA | Amazon UK | Amazon DE | Amazon FR About Lauren Smith Lauren Smith is an attorney by day, author by night, who pens adventurous and edgy romance stories by the light of her smart…

Heidi R. Kling | Top Five Ways to Get Over a Cheating Ex
Author Guest / January 16, 2016

Finding out someone you have put your trust has betrayed you is awful. However, if you learn the two people you trusted most betrayed you together, it could be soul crushing. In NOT OKAY, CUPID, the protagonist, Hazel, finds out her sleazy boyfriend is cheating on her with her best friend. In one instant, the life that she had organized perfectly transforms from a dream to a nightmare and crushes her perfectly-planned future. With the help of her best friend’s brother, Felix James, she sets off a revenge plot, so she will not fall apart completely, but just in case humiliating your ex is not in the cards, here are my tips for the top five ways to get over a cheating ex. A good cry. Sob, even. Denial is the very worst thing you can do. Face it. It happened. Let yourself be very very very sad. And angry. But not, like, break his windshield angry, but no dude is worth a felony. Classic Sads. Sad movies. Watch one. Watch two. Heck, watch a dozen. They help with the tears. (And TVs don’t mind if you chuck pillows at them. Feather ones, anyway.) Gather them around you for comfort….