Holding Cynthia

Romancing The Coast - the boxset

Looking for a bargain? This weekend all three books in my Romancing the Coast series are going to be released in a single, boxset collection. Anyone who hasn’t enjoyed the antics of these three mischievous women will be able to catch up with them now. The three books in the collection are:

Seeing Ronnie

Holding Cynthia

Trusting Ingrid

Watch this space for more detail…or, if you like writing reviews, you can get an ARC (Advance Reader Copy) by logging into Booksprout and opening an account: Romancing The Coast

Three wilful, sassy women meet their matches when sexy alpha men decide it’s time someone taught them a little respect.

Disclaimer: The series Romancing the Coast is intended for mature readers. 18 and over only! Scenes include spanking adult women, power exchanges, and explicitly sexual situations. These scenes are fantasies only, suitable for discerning readers. If such content may offend, please do not buy this book.

Blurb:

In the beautiful Pacific Northwest, three feisty women are living happy lives of financial independence and social autonomy.

None of them are aware of the storms gathering on the edges of their orderly worlds, about to challenge everything they thought they wanted from life.

The winds of change arrive in the shape of three sexy alpha men.

These men shun political correctness as they seek to challenge, conquer, protect, and possess the strong gorgeous women who intimidate mere mortals.

Buy link: TBA

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Blurbs (by book):

Seeing Ronnie:

Aloof and beautiful, society blogger Ronnie Flynn only agrees to go out with Del Franklin because he has an invitation to the biggest social event of the year. But it means spending a weekend with him on gorgeous Seguro Island. Before that weekend is over, Ronnie is in deeper than she ever imagined possible. Enthralled by her beauty and intelligence but less impressed with her snark, Del decides the only thing she needs to make her a good partner is a lesson in manners. That’s a lesson he’s happy to deliver, as often as she needs it.

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Holding Cynthia:

Cynthia is about to move to the West Coast to be closer her daughter. As her plane touches down in her new city, she steels herself for the new life ahead. When she finds Antony, someone she thinks of as a dear friend, waiting at the arrivals gate, a wave of gratitude and desire floods through her.
She is tired and aching beyond all memory, so Antony takes charge. Very quickly, he realizes there is something wrong, very wrong, with Cynthia’s health. He insists that she see a doctor.

She says he is overprotective. He agrees. He is also determined to look after her if she won’t look after herself. A trip over his knee shakes Cynthia to the core. In spite of herself she likes – she wants – this loving correction.

Is Antony too much, too soon, or is he just what the doctor ordered?

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Trusting Ingrid:

Ingrid Nickel doesn’t want to go into rehab. Again. She tried it once but it didn’t work.
When she meets Lachlan Morrison, the connection is electric. She sees a handsome man, directing and challenging, who won’t be intimidated by a powerful woman like her. He sees a woman whose bluster and sarcasm is a cover for something deep inside her that is badly broken.
The daughter of a grifter, Ingrid has grown up street-wise and lawless. Lachlan has rescued more than one creature whose bark was worse than its bite.
Will his stern, loving magic work on Ingrid?

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Holding Cynthia, Romancing the Coast, book 2

Holding Cynthia is now available from Amazon

and free on Kindle Unlimited

Can a diehard feminist like Cynthia learn to obey an indomitable man like Antony?

What the reviewers say:

·       “This story is the gold standard for many genres. It is romantic. It is erotic. It is domestic discipline. It is drama. It is inspirational. I truly loved this story like no other I have read in a long time. And I read a lot!”

·       “A truly romantic book that shows that love has no limits.”

·       “It's warm, the sex sizzles, the relationship is very real. This one is worth your time!”

·       “It is so beautifully written that it almost made my heart stop beating. She plays with the words most delightfully and elegantly, and her insight is just incredible.”

·       “A poignant, loving tale of a couple who will fight seemingly insurmountable odds to share true love!”

·       “With friendship, love, spanking and mature love, this book is a hit! I recommend this heart warming read and hope you enjoy it as much as I did.”

Blurb:

Antony Jacobson first held Cynthia Donohue in his arms at a wintry December wedding. Four months later, the statuesque, silver-haired woman continues to haunt his thoughts.

Cynthia is about to move to the West Coast to be closer her daughter. As her plane touches down in her new city, she steels herself to cope on her own. When she finds Antony waiting at the arrivals gate, a wave of gratitude and desire floods through her.

A lifetime of independence hasn’t prepared Cynthia for a submissive role in a relationship. She craves love, romance, and someone to share sunsets. But deep down she believes her dreams are out of her reach. Worse, they are a betrayal of her feminist principles. That’s fine: indomitable, handsome Antony will wait.

She is tired and aching beyond all memory so Antony takes charge. Very quickly, he realizes there is something wrong, very wrong, with Cynthia’s health. He insists that she see a doctor.

She says he is overprotective. He agrees. He is also determined to look after her if she won’t look after herself. A trip over his knee shakes Cynthia to the core. In spite of herself she likes – she wants – this loving correction. More importantly, she agrees that he may be right about seeing a doctor.

Is Antony too much, too soon, or is he just what the doctor ordered?

Buy link: Amazon

Publishers’ note: Holding Cynthia is intended for adults only. Spanking and other sexual activities represented in this book are fantasies only, intended for adults. Tough stuff, but worth it. Nothing in this book should be interpreted as Blushing Books’ or the author’s advocating any non-consensual spanking activity or spanking of minors.

Ain’t No Cure was the working title for the book now called Holding Cynthia. If you know the Leonard Cohen song, Ain’t No Cure For Love, you’ll understand my original choice of titles once you’ve read Cynthia's story.