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Title: Prick Tease

Author: Misti Murphy

Genre : Erotic Romance

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Synopsis

Claire Hadley shouldn’t even be on my radar.

There are a million damn reasons why I shouldn’t touch her.

Her brothers are my best friends. We grew up together, under the same roof.

I’m supposed to think of her like a little sister.

I won’t break my loyalty for a f*ck.

Razer Bennington forgot me when he joined the marines.

One kiss. Seven years. I can’t get the taste of him out of my mouth.

I’m meant to be the good girl. A virgin. A role model.

I’m supposed to live up to their expectations.

Screw that…

I’m going to get what I want.

I should be careful what I wish for.

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Claire Hadley was about to check the perfect fiancé off her checklist.

Until she found him underneath a hooker.

Running home to her brother, she doesn’t expect to be rescued by Razer Bennington.

Seven years ago he left her behind.

But she hasn’t forgotten their last night together. Or the kiss they shared.

Tired of living up to the expectations of others, she throws caution to the wind.

This time she’ll get what she wants.

Even if getting what she wants could destroy him.

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Author Bio
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Misti Murphy is a sadistic b*tch who loves to emotionally torture fictional people. If she did that in real life she’d probably end up in prison or a psych ward so she prefers to create dirty talking alphas and the sexually frustrated women who fall into their beds. And if someone needs to be smacked upside the head before f*cking turns to love then that makes her very happy indeed.

She’s a huge believer in flaws making us human, and that not everyone likes bacon. She’s also addicted to chocolate and scared of the effects of the coming shortage. She swears like a f*cking trooper, and thinks that graphic smuttiness should be as real in fiction as it is in real life.

When she’s not writing she’s the perfect housewife and mother. Ha bloody ha! When she’s not writing she’s hiding in a cupboard with her kindle, scoffing chocolate, and stalking Facebook.

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The trouble with self doubting….

Originally posted in my contributed post to writingwenches.com

“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”   Sylvia Plath

I use this statement on a every day basis for the most part. The last few weeks have been extremely busy and it left very little time for writing. The time that I finally did get to write was bombarded with pain episodes due to my fibromyalgia.

I have been working on a story for almost two years now. In between I have gotten four short stories out as well as a novelette. Having fibromyalgia sometimes leaves my brain in a fog and I find it very hard to concentrate.

That is why when I am flowing, I prefer no interruptions(easier said than done.) The thing is I always seem to find something wrong with the story. A character is irking my nerves or something feels wrong. Of course nobody writes a first draft with perfection. I know this and yet I still have doubts. What if I can’t get this story finished? What if a reader thinks this story is horrible? I don’t write for the pleasure of someone else. I write because it helps me. I write because I have something that I wanted to get down on paper. Of course it would be awesome if someone likes my story so much that I could live off of writing, but it’s not my main reason for getting words down on paper.

The doubts I have recently mad me fall out of love with the WIP I was working on. Doubts are indeed a creativity killer. I have been working with ways to deal with my writing slump and the doubts I have been having about my work. I have read many books and tried to start other projects just to get my head back in the game.

For anyone who is going through this and this includes myself, take a deep breath and remember you got this and you can do it. Only you can work for your dreams and the first step is believing that you can.