\n\nToday is our stop on the blog tour for Planned Seduction! Grab your copy today and follow along the tour for all the fantastic release info.\n\n \n\nAbout Planned Seduction: \n\nHe has a plan she can’t refuse\n\nDaniel Tanner’s been in love with Amy since they were teenagers. If she would only give him a chance to show her how good they could be together, he could convince her the fiery attraction between them won’t burn up and ruin their friendship.\n\nAmy Morgan’s had a front row seat to the parade of women coming in and out of Daniel’s life for years, so she’s not interested in risking what they have for something that would eventually end with her heart being broken by her best friend. And life has taught her broken hearts is the way love always ends.\n\nBut no one knows Amy better than Daniel, and he’s devised a plan to show her they can have it all.\n\n(This book has been previously published. It is re-releasing as part of Entangled Publishing’s Brazen Line.)\n\n \n\nGet Your Copy:\n\nAmazon: http://amzn.to/2j625fl\n\nB&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/planned-seduction-jess-dee/1125454683\n\nITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/book/planned-seduction/id1193258041\n\nKobo: https://www.kobo.com/au/en/ebook/planned-seduction\n\nEntangled: https://entangledpublishing.com/planned-seduction/\n\n \n\nAbout Jess Dee:\n\nAn avid romance reader since her early teens, Jess knew one day, when she grew up, she’d have to write her own love stories. And she did. Although the first one was pretty awful.\n\nBut once she discovered it was okay to leave the bedroom door open in her romance novels, she decided to leave everything open. Buttons, zips, pants, number of lovers...Which is why her books are all steamy erotic romances. Jess’s first published story was originally contracted in 2005. Since then, she’s completed over 30 books, and is finally doing the work she loves most—writing romance.\n\n \n\nWhile Jess lived most of her life in South Africa, the last fourteen years have been spent in Australia. From the fast-paced Sydney lifestyle to the laid-back islands and beaches, there’s always another gorgeous Aussie setting for a contemporary romance.\n\n \n\nConnect with Jess:\n\nAuthor Website: http://jessdee.com/\n\nAuthor Blog: http://jessdee.com/blog/\n\nAuthor Twitter: @jessdeewriter\n\nFacebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jess.dee.921\n\nAuthor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jessdeewriter/\n\n \n\nEnter Jess’s Giveaway: \n\n \n\n \n\na Rafflecopter giveaway\n
“Who was that?” Daniel asked as she hung up.
“Your sister.” She turned around. “She called to see how you’re—” Her tongue hit the floor, making intelligible speech pretty much impossible.
He wore nothing but a white towel wrapped low around his hips, the color accentuating his tanned skin. Below it, beads of water clung to the golden hairs curling on his long, muscular legs.
Water ran in tiny rivulets from his shoulders down his chest. Mesmerized, she watched a drop trickle over his nipple and slide down his hard, flat stomach, only to disappear into the towel. Warm heat hummed in her belly, and she repressed the urge to quench her sudden thirst by catching one of those droplets with her tongue.
She wanted to run her hands over his wet torso, rip the towel from around his waist, and devour him in all his naked, very male glory.
“Like what you see?”
“Huh?” She jerked her gaze up to meet Daniel’s and saw amusement dancing in his eyes.
“I was looking to see if your, um…bruises were more visible than earlier.” To reinforce her point, she lowered her gaze to his knees. The only problem was her downward gaze snagged on the towel. Was it her imagination, or was there a bulge there?
It certainly looked like an erection to her. “Are they what?”
“More visible now?”
“Huh?” It was most definitely an erection. A substantial one, at that, given the way the towel just moved.
“The bruises. Can you see them now?”
“What bruises?” He was hard. That meant he was aroused. And if she was aroused and he was aroused, then--
Daniel chuckled. “A little distracted, are we?”
“Not distracted. Just trying to make a point. I can’t see any marks. Not on your shoulder or your knee. I’m sorry.” She shrugged. “They’re not there.”
He said nothing, raising his eyebrow instead.
Damn it, the man knew exactly what she was thinking. But how could he not? Her tongue was still plastered to the floor.