• My Review: The History in Us by L. B. Dunbar

    "She wanted a hero and I promised myself I’d be one for her. I’d make her proud and return to her, hoping she remembered me. I’d be the hero a girl like her deserved."

    Are you a hero yet?
    Her words rang in my head.
    I wanted to be.
    For you, I want to be, I told her in my dream, the dream where she kissed me again.
    A hero-worthy kiss.

  • Cover Reveal: The History in Us by L. B. Dunbar

    Are you a hero yet?
    Her words rang in my head.
    I wanted to be.
    For you, I want to be, I told her in my dream, the dream where she kissed me again.
    A hero-worthy kiss.

  • My Review: The Sex Education of M. E. by L. B. Dunbar

    "Just take my hand and follow my lead. Take a chance."

    I’m forty, flabby, and frustrated. Don’t get me wrong, I have a good home, a decent job, and great children. I had a loving marriage for twenty years where we had our ups and downs. It wasn’t perfect; but it wasn’t awful. Then he died.

  • Blog Tour and My Review: Paradise Found – Cain by L. B. Dunbar

    "I want you to remember. Remember where I've been. Who I am."

    I’d tasted the sweetest fruit of temptation, and I wanted another bite. I had promised myself before, but once wasn’t enough. The savory flavor of her lingered long after I’d lost her. Contending with the pressure to return to the fight, in order to prove myself to my father and the world, I had to let her go.

  • New Release and My Review: Paradise Found – Cain by L. B. Dunbar

    "I want you to remember. Remember where I've been. Who I am."

    I’d tasted the sweetest fruit of temptation, and I wanted another bite. I had promised myself before, but once wasn’t enough. The savory flavor of her lingered long after I’d lost her. Contending with the pressure to return to the fight, in order to prove myself to my father and the world, I had to let her go.

  • Excerpt: Paradise Found – Cain by L. B. Dunbar

    I’d tasted the sweetest fruit of temptation, and I wanted another bite. I had promised myself before, but once wasn’t enough. The savory flavor of her lingered long after I’d lost her. Contending with the pressure to return to the fight, in order to prove myself to my father and the world, I had to let her go.

  • New Release and My Review: Mouth Rocks the Heart Anthology

    "What's your poison, Flower?"

    Mouth Rocks the Heart: 25 authors bring you 24 brand new, steamy stories to help raise money for women’s heart disease!


  • Cover Reveal: Mouth Rocks the Heart by Various Authors

    Mouth Rocks the Heart: 25 authors bring you 24 brand new, steamy stories to help raise money for women’s heart disease!

  • New Release and Review: Abel by L. B. Dunbar

    "You're the sunshine above the water. The beam of light in the dark ocean."

    I’m not a fighter.
    I was born into a fighting family. As the middle child, I was overlooked in favor of my older brother.
    He took the negative attention, too. In comparison, there’s nothing special about me.
    I’m not as big as Cobra. I’m not as strong as Cobra. He’s the alpha.
    I’m a beta.
    The second son.
    The lesser one.
    The one never encouraged to fight, never encouraged to do anything, but stay out of my father’s way.

    I’m not a lover either – but I wished to be – that’s why I needed her.
    I met a girl in the pouring rain.
    Sounds cliché, but it’s true. It changed everything.
    Because of love, I learned to fight.

    Betas come second, but in this fight, my story is first.

  • Cover Reveal: Abel by L. B. Dunbar

    I’m not a fighter.
    I was born into a fighting family. As the middle child, I was overlooked in favor of my older brother.
    He took the negative attention, too. In comparison, there’s nothing special about me.
    I’m not as big as Cobra. I’m not as strong as Cobra. He’s the alpha.
    I’m a beta.
    The second son.
    The lesser one.
    The one never encouraged to fight, never encouraged to do anything, but stay out of my father’s way.
    I’m not a lover either – but I wished to be – that’s why I needed her.
    I met a girl in the pouring rain.
    Sounds cliché, but it’s true. It changed everything.

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