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Hello everyone!

I’m a sucker for a twisted fairytale. Good thing Leigh Savage has new releases!

Goldie’s Three Bears:

Samantha Goldi leaves her worthless, cheating boyfriend and finds herself lost
in the woods. Taking the only refuge she can fine, her safe haven is invaded by
three hot, hunky brothers demanding to know who has been sleeping in their
bed…and asking to join her.

Blurb:


A wicked thought crossed her mind.
What would they do, she wondered, if she just continued? Would they keep
watching, or would they join her? After all, she’d been wishing her fantasy
would come true, of having a very sexy guy there to satisfy her every need. Now
there were three very hunky sexy guys standing before her and they all looked,
from the bulges in their pants, more than ready to satisfy her.
Twisted Destinies:
Writing everyone else’s destiny,
but never living her own, Moerae decides to take matters into her own hands.
Alexander, a demigod living obliviously on Earth, has always had women falling
at his feet but he’s never loved any of them. He’s also the perfect instrument
for Moerae’s rebellion. What she intended to be no more than a little fun, soon
turns into much more for both of them. Could it be they were destined for one
another?
Blurb:

Alexander stepped in close to her and pushed his
hands into the thick mass of her golden hair. His fingers bunched in it at the
base of her neck, pulling her head back, exposing the creamy white skin of her
throat and thrusting her breasts up at the same time. He lowered his lips down to
the sensitive skin of her throat and took a taste of her—the flavor of her
seemed to ignite a spark in his mind and body.  

Bio:
Leigh Savage lives in Saint Louis, MO with her husband and two children.
Currently attending college working towards a nursing degree and most recently
became a panel member on a blog talk radio show geared towards helping writers
called Write Pack Radio.

“I grew up loving to escape in the world of stories that my Father would
write just for me. So, it wasn’t any wonder that as I got older, I too picked
up the pen and started writing.”

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