ALL I EVER WANTED: Available Now at a Special Price

Posted Jan 20 2014, 12:36 am in

Believe it or not, I have another new release to share with you!  Three friends and I worked together last year to create the ALL I EVER WANTED anthology, a collection of four interconnected novellas, all set in the same town during the same weekend and each focusing on a different couple. 

The anthology released last week, and we’re running a 99 cent sale price on it through Wednesday, January 22nd, so I wanted to tell you about it while you can get it at this discount. (It will be $3.99 after the sale ends.)
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ALL I EVER WANTED, a new adult winter anthology
Winterfest is heating up in Abbott Springs…
As the town’s yearly festival kicks off, cold days turn into steamy nights, new flames will be ignited, and old romances will be rekindled.
All About Us by Marilyn Brant—All Sami Abbott ever wanted was permission to be herself. At home, she aims to be the perfect daughter but never measures up. At college, she’s the bold girl who had a one-night stand with sexy musician, Alex Hamilton. When he arrives unexpectedly in Abbott Springs, her worlds collide and she must reconcile the girl she tries to be with the person she really is.
All I Need by Caisey Quinn—All pink-haired rocker chick Everly Abbott thought she wanted was acceptance in her straight-laced hometown. But her best friend and bandmate Justin Cohen is about to show her that what she thinks she wants isn’t necessarily what she needs.
All for Love by Rhonda Helms—All Maya Monterey ever wanted was to belong. Happiest with the Abbott family, Maya’s been secretly in love with sexy pastry chef Oliver Abbott for years. With a flirty new look, she’ll pull out all the stops to get him to notice her. And if her plan fails, she’ll walk away from the only home she’s ever known–and Oliver–for good.
All or Nothing by Lexi Ryan—After years of placing the wrong bets, all Aubree Baxter wanted was someone to take a chance on her. Golden boy Kennedy Hale plays it safe in life and love, but to keep Bree in Abbott Springs, he’ll have to go all in.
 

From my ALL I EVER WANTED novella, ALL OR NOTHING …

“Get dressed and come hang out with me.”

“Always trying to get me to put more clothes on,” I muttered. I turned to find my bag.

“What?”

Shit. I hadn’t meant for him to actually hear me, but it was too late now. I lifted my chin. “You are the only guy I’ve met who’s not related to me who wants me to put more clothes on.”

“You’re upset that I want you to get dressed before we drink and shoot the shit?”

I scoffed, rolling my eyes. “I’m not upset about anything. I’m merely making an observation.”

“An observation about how you want me to look at your mostly naked body?”

I spun on my heel and stomped back to the bathroom, but he beat me to it and his hand stopped the door before I could slam it shut. I could only stare at him wide-eyed as he kicked the door wide and leaned against the frame.

I narrowed my eyes at him. “What are you doing?”

He took a slug of whiskey. “I care about you, Bree. And if asking you to put clothes on makes you feel bad, then I’m not going to do it. My mom taught me to consider the feelings of others.”

“You know that’s not what I meant. I’m not going to sit around in my towel while we drink.”

“Then lose the towel.”

I growled. Actually growled, I was so incensed. He had me cornered in the bathroom, with a nothing but a towel on, and I felt like the world’s biggest fool. “Do you even know that I’m a girl? A woman? A female with working parts?”

“I can only assume the parade of men in and out of your life equates working parts.”

“Whatever. I’m getting dressed.”

He crossed his arms, eyes glued to me. “Whatever makes you comfortable.”

I lifted my palms. “So leave?”

“Nah, you seem pretty convinced that I don’t see you as a sexual creature. I think we’d both feel better if I watched that towel come off.”

A hot flush rushed through me, all the way from my toes to the tops of my ears.

“You’re blushing.” His lips quirked, and I could almost make out that dimple. “I didn’t even know you did that.”

If he was going to play this game, I could give it as good as I got. “Have it your way then, Kennedy.” I dropped the towel onto the floor…

Excerpt © Lexi Ryan, 2014

I hope you check it out. Let me know what you think!
xoxo,
Lexi

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