“Amelia James knows how to get our desires going in this very sensuous book. The locales, the build ups, the lovemaking, the pillow talk are very well crafted in her prose. Amelia James has the ability to become the next great romance Author, rivaling the best.” – Glen Cantrell
Why should you read it? Here are Trashy’s Top 5 reasons:
5. If you read it and loved it, I added even more of Austin and Jack. Can’t get enough of those boys. ;)
4. If you read it and didn’t like it, I added more depth to Austin—gave him a better reason to resist falling in love. (Poor guy.)
3. If you haven’t read it, Tell Me You Want Me is a flirty, fun, sizzly sexy romance with melt-your-face sex scenes.
2. See reason #3.
1. Evolved Publishing produces high-quality books from talented authors. My editors did an amazing job helping me make Tell Me shine!
“Did you get lucky this weekend? Got another girl waiting for next weekend?”
He practically heard his father salivating over the phone. “I….” No way in hell was he going to tell his dad he’d turned down an easy lay. “I had a date Friday night, and I’ll probably see her again soon.”
“The same girl?”
“Wow, she must be a hot piece of ass.”
“Don’t call her that, Dad.” Janie wasn’t just a piece of ass. Damn it, why not?
“Keep your options open, son, on and off the field.”
“Yeah, sure.” The idea didn’t appeal to him like it used to.
“I expect a great game out of you on Saturday. Scouts could be watching you.”
“I always play my best, no matter who’s watching.”
“Good. See you next week.”
Austin ended the call and chucked his phone at the couch.
“The usual conversation, huh?” Jack handed him a beer.
“Said he’s coming to the game next weekend.”
“You know he won’t make it.”
“I’ll take that bet.”
Austin sneered and turned his attention to the game, but talking to his dad had sucked all the fun out of it.
“Why didn’t you tell him about your early night with Jane?”
“Are you crazy? You know my dad. If I told him I’d called it a night, he’d… wow… he’d freak.”
“That would be fun to watch.”
Austin laughed. “Yeah. No.” He shook his head. “I don’t want to find out. I have enough crazy in my head. I don’t need him coaching my bedroom sports too.”
“Doesn’t he already?”
He couldn’t argue with that. “Not with Janie. I’m not gonna let him call this play.”
“The ball is in your hands. Are you gonna hand it off or keep it and test the defense?”
Austin downed his beer and glared at Jack. “What the hell is that supposed to mean?”
“You know what it means.”
He knew Jack was right. Hand her off to someone else, or hang on and hope he didn’t get sacked again?
Coming soon to B&N and iTunes!