Cass E Ritter

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Official Spoiler and Blurb (Empowered: Sonya)

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TOMORROW is Publication Day – so very, incredibly exciting!!!
Empowered: Sonya will be available on Kindle and Smashwords (Kobo, Nook, I-phone, pdf…).

As promised, to whet your appetite, here is the official spoiler and blurb from Empowered: Sonya, as well as some feedback from my brilliant test readers.

Empowered: Sonya, Official Spoiler

To give her more movement, she straddled his legs. While she ministered to the other side of the neck, she undid the buttons of his shirt and pulled it off. Graham was a gloriously fit man. She ran her hands over his sculpted chest and sighed. Kissing him full on the lips now, her thumbs flicked his nipples until he reared up and crushed her to him. She loved how they moulded together from her head tucked into the crook of his neck to his erection nestled against her.
Touching Graham like this, rocking on the evidence of his arousal, fanned her own desire.
“All the way,” she murmured into his ear.
Permission granted, Graham lifted her off his lap and stood.
“Are you sure?”
Yes, it was in the library, but it was sound-proofed, and yes, it was day-time, but the customers were at dinner and no one would think to disturb them here, and yes, it was still light, but she didn’t have to undress all the way to make it good, so yes, she was sure.
She opened his trousers, and slid her hand inside his boxers in reply.

Empowered: Sonya, Blurb

The Empowered Series is a collection of (stand-alone) steamy romantic novellas.

Central is The Empowerment and Well-being Centre for Women – a spa with a difference.
Located in a mansion house in the beautiful Kent countryside, the centre offers everything you would expect from a spa. In addition, it runs empowerment seminars for women.
Women enrol for many reasons, but they have one thing in common: they have lost a part of themselves.

In Book 2, Sonya’s life begins. Exploited and brainwashed, she inherits millions, but doesn’t know how to balance a cheque book or buy a cup of tea. How does she overcome her early life of abuse to get an education and turn her inheritance into an empowering business helping others? More importantly, Sonya embarks on a journey to learn to trust so that love, real deep abiding love, can transform and complete her life.

Empowered: Sonya, First Reviews

I loved the story; it flowed very nicely, was effortless to read, had very well developed characters and a good satisfying plot 🙂 – Marianna Zalewski, Test Reader.

I was really gripped with the story… I think the sexy scenes are very good… the feelings Sonya has for Gray are what we all want to feel, and the way she feels sexually… I enjoyed reading this book. – Liz Harvey, Test Reader.

Author: Cass E Ritter

Cass E Ritter is author of the In Memoriam Duology. The Lost Soul and Stolen Time tell a story of lasting friendship, forbidden love and sizzling passion. In Memoriam by Cass E Ritter Following the news of the death of her former lover and the father of her child, our heroine, Nina, embarks on a journey to remember a secret, unconventional love across a generation, as she pens their relationship spanning a decade and a half in explicit detail. The Lost Soul explores Nina's early friendship with Lom, during which he saves her lost soul from the ravages of emotional neglect caused by her parents’ alcohol abuse. It chronicles Nina's growing confidence and emerging love for a man who cannot be hers. In Stolen Time, chance reunites Lom and Nina and they resume their affair. The story, a tale of rekindled passion, life choices and the trials and implications of a secret May to December love, takes us from stolen weeks in Germany to stolen hours in England. Cass is aiming to publish The Lost Soul in July 2014 and Stolen Time later in the 2014.

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