Hex upon Me by Beth Mikell

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Savannah Deason made her workaholic status a life choice, opting out of anything resembling a relationship. Aside from the occasional bed warmer, the feisty, sarcastic executive enjoys her Gucci dreams with a champagne chaser. Until a night out on the town lands her hung over in bed with a tattooed, biker god of sin or so she labels him, anyway. But a twist of fate introduces Savannah to an ‘oh my’ god faster than her nail polish can dry. Hexon James Montgomery is anything but normal—sexy with just enough lickable qualities to beg a saint to riot. As the third generation CEO of MK Steel he has everything, including a piss-poor attitude upon women. Love ’em--enjoy ‘em—and then walk. Having been burned by his ex-fiancé, Hex isn’t looking for a repeat performance. Yet, Savannah aka his sarcasm princess, obliterates his single life credo until trust burns on the edge of sanity.
 

About Beth Mikell

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Beth Mikell's debut contemporary romance novel, Hex upon Me was released February 2013, full of sarcastic wit and steamy heat. As an avid reader of romance and a few frivolous attempts at writing, she finally sat down inside determination and wrote out her novel. She spends her days writing and blogging all the while taking care of her family of five. She's a native Floridian, born and raised and she's as American as the apple pie she learned to make about ten years ago. At thirteen, her family moved to Alabama and as the years turned into several, she traveled to many countries around the world, including the Middle East. She fell 'in love' with love at a young age and continues to believe that love really does conquer all...or at least leave her blessedly happy by the end of a book. She adores alpha males...the my-way-or-the-highway-take-no-prisoners kind of heroes, especially when they screw up and land themselves in 'hot water' with the heroines. Her husband of ten years is her personal hero, forging a path of true love along the road called life. She can be found at www.bethmikell.wordpress.com.
 
Published March 15, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 206 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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