Weekend Writing Warrior – 5/17/15

I’m so excited! This week I am re-releasing my first Maggie Wells book – Seducing Steve. My old friend Steve has been re-edited and re-covered, but he’s still as hot as ever! Check him out:

“Don’t put this in one of your books, please…I can do better.”

She smiled and touched her finger to his mouth. Steve sucked the tip of her finger into his mouth, laving her with his tongue. “Too late,” she whispered. “Book three.”


She snuggled into the crook of his neck and sighed. “Everything from book three on was all you.”



Erotic romance novelist Sara Wright is searching for passion that leaps from the page, and she thinks the answer might be right under her nose. For eight years, Sara has been harboring a secret lust for her best friend and sometimes muse, Steve Larson.

Steve has loved Sara since the day he met her, but has long since resigned himself to being firmly in the friend zone. That is, until Sara confesses she’s been using her fantasies about him as inspiration for the heroes in her novels.

Determined to be the man to give her what she wants, he takes a page from Sara’s books and plots his every move to make her his. But he isn’t quite like the guys she writes about, and, in truth, he isn’t sure he wants to be. With each encounter, he ups the sexual stakes, but fears he’s giving her the wrong impression of who he is and exactly what he wants.

Her heart.

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Happy Sunday!


8 Replies to “Weekend Writing Warrior – 5/17/15”

  1. Oh God, I forgot how much I love these two. Fantastic, Maggie! Happy Release Week to you! 😀

  2. I love to start series from the beginning and this is a very intriguing eight 😉

  3. Poor Steve… he’s been her friend for years and still doesn’t know that what we write about isn’t always (or even often) what we want from the real people in our lives. (or maybe that’s just me)

  4. That’s great! I can just see Steve rushing out to buy all the books he “influenced”. Excellent excerpt.

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