Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 | Book Pimpage

Today’s picture and words is dedicated to Up All Night, book 3 in the Beach House Night series. The hero and heroine (Ian and Stella) are soooo different from each other. Opposites attract right? First we have Stella, an uptight workaholic who’s struggling to keep¬† her antique furniture store afloat. She’s visiting the beach house so she can get a look at the antique furniture Dayna (Lover’s Revenge) inherited from her grandmother. Now Ian on the other hand, is a complete free spirit. Lucky enough to win a multi-million dollar lottery prize when he was twenty-five, he enjoys life to the fullest. Stella thinks he’s nothing but a playboy who’s only interested in having fun, but she comes to find out there is more to Ian that just his pretty face and his money.

Enjoy this segment of “pictures and words” with Stella and Ian.



A rush of heat sparked along her veins when Ian trailed a finger over her cheek. “You mean,¬†” he said, huskily, “you’re going to waste that white sandy beach, that gorgeous pool and your beautiful body by rummaging around in the attic all weekend?”

Her insides tingled with pleasure and she nodded. He moved around her to the step above and took her by the waist. Heat suffused her skin, and she found herself leaning back into his embrace. A delicate whisper of wind pushed a tendril of hair from her ear when he leaned forward and said, “Nope. Not going to let you.”


Because of the windfall, he didn’t have to work and could take off to a foreign country whenever the mood struck. Or hit the highways on his Ducati to wherever his fancy took him. That didn’t mean there was no meaning to his life, no substance, that he didn’t have purpose. But Stella never took the time to find out. She stood her ground each and every time he saw her and didn’t bat an eyelash when he teased and flirted in an attempt to get her attention.

yellow sundress

“It was at Harper’s mother’s house three years ago, at her annual Fourth of July picnic. You were wearing a yellow sundress.” He twisted a tendril of her hair around his finger, pulled her to him, and slid a digit down her back. “And your hair was all the way down here.”


“Damn,” he said as she stepped out of them. “Lie back on the bed.”

After she did as he asked, he began at her feet, inched up her legs, past her knees to her smooth thighs and delighted in the little hitched breaths she made the closer he got …

Up All Night 2

Stella Lewis is excited when she receives a weekend invite to a friend’s beach house, especially when the beach house’s attic is full of priceless furniture she can sell at her struggling antique store. The last thing she expected was to be sidelined by her attraction to playboy millionaire, Ian Hollis. The two have nothing in common, except their insane but inexplicable attraction to each other.

After winning a multi-million dollar lottery when he was only twenty-five, Ian Hollis has been living the high life. But the first time he saw Stella, he knew there was something sinful hiding beneath the exterior of the prim and proper miss. Proving it to the workaholic beauty is a whole different story. Stella is running scared, but if she thinks she can rebuff Ian’s advances that easily, she’s in for a surprise. Ian is willing to prove to Stella he can stay up all night to prove she’s the woman of his dreams.

If you haven’t read Up All Night, get a copy now before I release Back To Basics, book four and the final installment in the series. You can grab an e-copy from Amazon, B&N or ARe. It’s only $1.99

Peace, love and sex!




Tags: ,

No comments yet.

Leave a comment

Follow Me!


Lyric’s Latest Release

Under His Cover

Five Question Friday

Create your own banner at!

February 1 - Holly Trent
February 8 - Daniel Alexander
February - 15 - Lisa Bilbrey
February 22 - MB Feeny
March 1 - RE Hargrave
March 8 - Karen Rose Smith
March 15 - Ciaran Dwynvil
March 22 - Debra Hartman
March 29 - Clarice Wynter
April 5 - Jennah Scott
April 12 - Cornell Thomas
April 19 - Melissa Blue
April 26 - Massimo Marino
May 3 - Lyric james
May 10 - Tara Lain
May 17 - Kenneth Weene
May 24 - Anne Selby
May 31 - Marteeka Karland
June 7 - Kimberly Williams
June 14 - Shawna Romkey
June 21 - Michele Richard
June 28 - N. Wood
July 5 - Kadi Dillon
Sept. 13 - Alice Loweecey

Lyric’s Visitors

free counters

Lyric’s Goodreads Bookshelf

Lyric's books

The Power of Six
4 of 5 stars true
Anxious for book #3!!!
New York to Dallas
5 of 5 stars true
Loved...loved...loved. Now...since she's finally dealt with the demons of both her parents...if she'd only get pregnant!!! I would really love to see how she combines being the bad-a@@-cop she is with motherhood.
4 of 5 stars true
This was my first Patricia Cornwell novel and I really enjoyed. Her relationship with her niece was great. Great story and plot. Can't wait to read the next one.
The Son of Neptune
5 of 5 stars true
So awesome to be in Percy's head again! Once again Rick Riordan took me away to the awesome world of Roman/Greek mythology via his demigods. Instead of Camp this book we visit the counterpart Roman camp, Camp Jupiter. In t...
Social Media Icons Powered by Acurax Wordpress Development Company
Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On TwitterVisit Us On Pinterest