New Release: Constant Craving, by @TamaraLush

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Let go of the past to have any chance at a future…

I’m shocked when Rafael Menendez de Aviles — my first love, my one downfall — appears at my business, offering to save it from bankruptcy. I’m even more stunned when Rafael, looking hotter than ever, makes a proposition: spend the next month together, allowing him to do anything he desires with me.

And make no mistake: he will demand everything, and make me submit.

If I agree to his indecent proposal, my business gets everything it needs — and I get almost everything I desire. But is Rafael only back in my life to show me what I’ve missed all these years? Is he out for revenge? Or something more dangerous — like love? I’m not sure, but I know this: I’m powerless against his touch, his kisses, his body.

Opening our hearts and giving our bodies to each other a second time may destroy us forever…especially when the pain of the past and difficult choices for the future collide.

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About the Author:

Tamara Lush was born in California and raised in Vermont. She graduated from Emerson College in Boston with a degree in journalism. For her entire adult life, she’s worked as a reporter and is currently an award-winning correspondent in Florida with The Associated Press. She lives with her Italian husband and two bad dogs near the beach.

She was recently chosen as one of 24 writers for the Amtrak Residency program, and in 2017, she’ll be riding trains and writing romance novels.

Her most recent novel, a five-episode serial called TELL ME A STORY, has “an engaging voice, sexy heroes and heroines and a wry sense of humor,” according to New York Times bestselling author Beth Kery.

Tamara is a fan of vintage pulp fiction book covers, Sinatra-era jazz, 1980s fashion, tropical chill, kombucha, gin, tonic, beaches, iPhone photography, Art Deco, telenovelas, coloring books, street art, coconut anything, strong coffee and newspapers.

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