"Dreaming in Moonlight" by Francis Ray
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In honor of the release of my very first collection of short stories, I wanted to write a brand-new short story as a thank you to the readers who’ve been so supportive of me over the years, and a hello to new readers I haven’t met yet. DREAMING IN MOONLIGHT is about one woman’s unstoppable love for her sister and finding a new kind of love where she least expects it. If you enjoy it, I hope you’ll also enjoy my story collection, TWICE THE TEMPTATION, available June 21 wherever books are sold.
Shawn Donovan radiated a lethal sexual energy that caused sensible women to throw caution to the winds and fall willingly into his bed. Three inches over six feet, he was lean and trim with not an ounce of fat on the hard muscles of his rugged frame. Smoky gray eyes beneath incredibly long lashes promised the fulfillment of every woman’s fantasy. His laugh was as rich and as tempting as dark chocolate truffles, and just as addictive.
Not many women could be expected to withstand such temptation unless they were blind or senile. Rebecca Ames’ nineteen-year-old sister, Nikki, was neither. But she wasn’t going to be Shawn Donovan’s next victim. One victim at that age in the family was more than enough. Rebecca had crashed a party he was attending at a penthouse in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel near downtown Dallas to throw another woman into his path...herself.
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