Welcome, Daryl Devore’!

  • thumbnail (3)         Today I’d like to spotlight Daryl Devore’s latest hot new romance entitled
                                   TWO O’CLOCK WITH THE BILLIONAIRE.
              This contemporary romance is sweetened with a few vanilla
    sexcapades you are sure to enjoy! Find out what it’s all about below.
     
    Where Derek Davenport is concerned, women only had one thing in
    mind: to trap him into marriage. The perfect way out? Hire a courtesan.
    While partying with his buddies he places an online ad that reads – Woman
    Wanted.
    Unemployed and nearing financial desperation, Arianne is forced to
    step out of her comfort zone and answers an ad that reads Woman Wanted.
    With minimal hours and excellent pay, she accepts the position of a courtesan
    to a handsome billionaire.
    Their sexual antics cause emotions neither is willing to admit to. Will
    Arianne and Derek drive each other crazy…or will they fall in love first?
    Note: This book was previously published by New Dawning Bookfair
    under the title A Kept Woman.
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    Please enjoy the excerpt below.

    Arianne burst into her apartment, brushed past her roommate, threw her keys
    onto the coffee table and plopped onto her couch. “Men!”
    Taylor looked up. “Me excluded, of course.
    “Straight men. There, is that better?”
    “Well, I can commiserate with that. I quite often find straight men difficult.” He
    glanced at the floor. “Some of them can be so cruel.”
    She pulled out her hair tie and shook her shoulder-length hair free. “I hate my
    life.” After a deep depressed sigh, she snatched up Taylor’s copy of the LGBT
    Community News. Wanting nothing more than a moment’s distraction, she randomly flipped through it.
    Taylor paused in keying in his text. “Now this sounds serious.”
    “It’s been two months and I still can’t find a job.”
    “Then why are you annoyed with the straight men?”
    “Because some man caused the downturn and made it difficult for people to buy
    stuff and now I don’t have a job.” Unsuccessfully tossing the paper across the room, it fluttered to the carpet near her feet. “And to top it off, Kyle broke up with me. He
    suddenly woke up and found that he’s in a different place and I don’t belong there with him. Whatever the hell that means.”
    “This is where—”
    “And, I’m living a stereotype. I’m like in one of those sitcoms. The straight girl lives
    with the gay guy. Hell, I can’t even screw you ‘cause we like the same thing – men! Except, I hate men!”
    When her ranting subsided, Taylor tried again. “This is where I get practical and
    ask, you do have some money saved up, right?”
    Arianne shook her head.
    “How can you be employed for two years and not have saved anything?”
    “Well, I had to pay off my college loan.”
    “Not to mention a new pair of shoes every other week. So how much do you
    have or do I have to start looking for a new rent-paying roommate?”
    “I’m broke. I was sort of hoping to move in with Kyle while I hunted for
    something.”
    “I love you dearly Arianne, but I can’t afford the rent on my own. And I cannot
    afford to feed you. Guess I start looking for a paying roommate. Or you could beg a loan off mommy and daddy.” Arianne sighed. Taylor pointed at her phone. “Keep looking for a job.”
    Arianne glanced at one of the newspaper pages. “Oh, look. The personal ads.
    And here’s a job for me. Woman wanted. Apply to e-box twenty-four. I’m a woman. So I’m qualified for that one. Was that a little sarcastic?”
    “Better check who wants the woman. LGBT paper remember.”
    She rubbed between her eyebrows. “At this moment in time, all I want is a job. I
    don’t really care about the gender of my employer.”
    You can check out Daryl’s book on Amazon!

    https://www.amazon.com/Daryl-Devore/e/B004TJ1354/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_ebooks_1

You can also find Daryl here:

https://daryldevore.blogspot.ca/

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