I write steamy, contemporary romance books. All of my books always have a hint of taboo, and I love banter between my two protagonists. My female leads always can give as much as they get. I work full time in the procurement industry but just started writing as well this year. I love connecting with readers and bloggers. The best way to stay on top of my work and to find free book giveaways is to follow me on instagram: @t.l.quinn
Why Did It Have To Be You?
I can't stop thinking about those bright, green eyes.
Dean. The hot guy I met at the bar on my birthday. Me and my boyfriend had just broken up. Well sort of. Now I can't stop thinking about him. It doesn't matter now though because I am back with my boyfriend, and I will never see Dean again. Right?
The Personal Shopper
How could my dad do this to me? I mean sure I may have gone over budget on my last few projects, but did he really need to hire someone to control all of my purchases? More importantly, did that person have to be Parker? The one man I've been in love with since I was 13. I will just have to play it cool. After he rejected me all those years ago, I will not let Parker weave his way into my heart again.
I hate him. Now I can't get away from him. He's everywhere. My work, my home, and now because my dad was feeling overprotective, he's out with my friends to keep watch over us. We threw my friend an Anti-Bachelorette after her real Bachelorette got cancelled when we found out her fiancé was cheating on her. Everything changed that night. All because of a stupid dare. Now I don't know how to act around him, but he's still everywhere I go.
Book 2 in the Anti-Bachelorette series. It is recommended that you read "The Anti-Bachelorette" before reading "Daddy Vibes."
I can't believe I finally get to be with Eric. Or so I thought. Just when Emory finally gives me the okay to be with her dad, he backs out. After all the flirting we've been doing these past couple months, I thought for sure we were on the same page. I guess not. Whatever, I don't need him anyway.
What was I thinking? I can't believe I almost slept with my daughter's best friend. Not only is Angela my daughter's friend, but she's also way too young for me. I need to just move on from her, but every time I see her, I still want her. I can't help myself from continuing to flirt with her. How am I ever going to get out of this mess?
Evelynn swore off men at the early age of seventeen. Finding out the guy you thought you were going to spend forever with was only using you to get close to your high-powered senator dad will do that to a girl.
Fast forward ten years, and Evelynn is now following in daddy's footsteps. She's one of the top candidates in the upcoming House seat election. The only problem is the public can be particularly picky about their candidates, and they do not trust someone who is not in a committed relationship. Evelynn's only choice is to have her campaign manager, Molly, find her someone to fake date until the election in six months.
Now she just has to juggle that on top of all of the other scandals, attacks, and rumors that exist in the political world. What could go wrong?