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Getting ready for Summer 🙂


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upcoming event- Paxton Summer’s Valentine’s Day Bash!

Join us February 10th and 11th on Paxton Summer’s blogspot page. I’ll be talking about working with creative alterations on cover designs, from covering up naked bodies to scene changes on premades on Feb 11th around noon.  I’m going to giveaway a premade or custom design valued at $50.00 to one commenter on my post.
Lots of authors will be blogging, and Paxton herself, is giving away a Kindle. She’ll be picking a random visitor to the blog from the comments on the post for the Kindle. It could be anyone’s post it’s drawn from, so the more posts you comment on, the better chance you have to win.

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New Release through Decadent Publishing

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After a year of unemployment, Daphne Wells comes to Wiccan Haus to learn hydrotherapy for a new career as a healer. When her assigned patient turns out to be the sexy ex-boss who laid her off, resentment gets in the way of healing.

Giovanni Denaro arrives at Wiccan Haus, desperate to find a cure for the debilitating tension that threatens his high-level financial career. But after some intimate healing sessions, everything loses value except his need for Daphne’s forgiveness.

When a mermaid, filled with her own bitterness, offers Daphne a chance to get revenge on the man who ruined her life, will she dare to turn the tide?


Turning the Tide: A Siren’s Revenge – Copyright © Decadent Publishing, 2018

Daphne’s heart accelerated, throbbing against the darkness around her. Much like her life, she couldn’t control anything on this lousy island, including the elevators. Next time, she’d take the stairs—if there were any.

Her senses converged on warm fingers, feather soft, brushing her cheek. Gripping more firmly. Harder. Then the mouth. Oh God, the mouth.

Giovanni’s lips followed the pattern of his fingers. Brushing softly at first. Then pressing into her flesh until she opened to him. When she stepped backward, her spine contacted the elevator wall. The handrail dug into her waist while his torso covered the front of her. His hands felt so hot on her bare shoulders. So why did she shiver?

How could she have forgotten how good he smelled? Warm and slightly spicy. Not like a high-level executive but best friend-turned-lover. Craving more, she inhaled to the depths of her lungs.

She heard and felt his fast, deep breaths, too. Oxygen rushed through her lungs, matching his pace. The small space they stood in had no boundaries. Walls, arms, hearts. They were all one.

“We c-can’t—” she uttered when she managed to twist her head away.

“Yes, we can,” he whispered. “We are.”

She’d forgotten how persuasive he could be. Despite its softness, his voice commanded her the way it did executives in the boardroom.

After drawing her closer, he inserted his tongue between her lips. It felt as if every muscle in her face had let go. She couldn’t keep him out—not that she wanted to.

You can’t stop me. I dare you to try.

Where readers can find me

Afton Locke is a USA Today Bestselling Author who prefers romantic fantasies to everyday reality. Fantasies take her to different times, races, places, and beyond. She lives with her husband, several unnamed dust bunnies, and a black cat that can be scary or cuddly, depending on the current book. When she’s not writing, Afton enjoys hiking, cooking, reading, and watching retro T.V.


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FFD was no longer on facebook – or a fan- but I created a page

Something happened, beats me what, but I am disconnected with facebook because of the name I used. I go by Fantasia Frog Designs rather than my real name because I like being anonymous. And I’m not providing facebook my identity, especially over the internet, because what you upload is vulnerable and no longer in your control, no matter what they promise. I was reading on some other views of this policy, and I really like what this person has to say, not only for those who prefer to call themselves by another name, but because what we call ourselves by choice is our identity.

My old account is gone, so those trying to get a hold of me won’t be able to do it through facebook or messaging. I created a page, but my connections to people are gone. If you need to get a hold of me, Contact me here. It’s the quickest way anyway.


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