Invitation to Pleasure by Jennifer Skully
Open Invitation, Book 2

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From NYT and USA Today bestselling author Jasmine Haynes, find enclosed your invitation to The Club, elegant, classy, sexy, every woman’s fantasy, every man’s desire...

Virginia Hansen believes she’s a three-time loser in marriage, each time confusing the passion and lust of immediate attraction for lasting love, with disastrous results. For her fourth trip down the aisle, she demands stability and companionship, without passion or lust clouding her judgment. But Virginia will soon discover that trying to harness her deep-seated needs is like trying to tell a raindrop not to fall. Buried inside, Virginia has overpowering desires and the need for a man’s seduction to turn her inside out. When she begins craving seduction from her new husband, her carefully constructed, stable world might very fall apart.

Brett Branoff has finally found the right woman. Everything in his life is about his career, even down to his choice of wife, and Virginia has the same needs and goals as he does. He’s willing to bank his sexual desires and forgo the bedroom fireworks to accommodate the perfect, self-assured, even-tempered wife. But when Brett uncovers the hidden wanton beneath Virginia’s elegant business suits, everything he thought he wanted pales in comparison to his newfound desires. Brett soon discovers that perfunctory interaction once a week isn’t enough to satisfy him, not when he knows that Virginia is capable of so much more. Now he plans on sending his wife an invitation to pleasure she simply can’t refuse.

“Invitation to Pleasure” is a contemporary romance of approximately 32,000 words.

This story was previously published in 2006 in the anthology “Open Invitation” by Jasmine Haynes.

The book contains the following bonus material:
An introduction to the next book in the Open Invitation series, “Invitation to Passion.”
Excerpts from “Kinky Neighbors, “She’s Gotta Be Mine”, Cottonmouth, Book 1, and “Double the Pleasure”, Prescott Twins, Book 1.

REVIEWS FOR JASMINE HAYNES NOVELS

2006 Holt Medallion winner!

“An erotic, emotional adventure of discovery you don’t want to miss.” Lora Leigh, New York Times bestselling author

“Super sexy...” Bella Andre, author of The Sullivans series

“Thank you, thank you, thank you, Jasmine Haynes for another sizzling, breath-stealing book. Go out and pick up your own Open Invitation, you won’t be disappointed!” 2006 Reviewers Choice Award, Single Title Reviews

“Here is an erotic book that has super hot couples, rousing sex scenes and is extremely stimulating from the first page to the last! Of course, that means that I loved it!” 2006 Reviewers’ Top Pick! Romance Reader at Heart Reviews

“Ms. Haynes has written a sex tome full of every girl’s fantasies all wrapped up in her very pretty prose. I absolutely loved the invitations.” Coffee Time Romance

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jasmine Haynes, Rita Finalist for Somebody’s Lover, plus two-time Holt Medallion and National Readers Choice Award winner, is the author of over 35 classy, erotic romance tales. In 2013, she started a sexy new series for Berkley Heat, beginning with The Naughty Corner in Oct 2013 and Teach Me a Lesson in Apr 2014. And there will be more in the sensual West Coast series! Look for Book 4, The Other Man, available now. Of course, she’s also the author of the award-winning Max Starr psychic mystery series. And don’t miss her writing as Jennifer Skully, KOD Daphne du Maurier award-winning author of contemporary romance, bringing you poignant tales peopled with hilarious characters that will make you laugh and make you cry. Visit her website at www.jasminehaynes.com and her blog at www.jasminehaynes.blogspot.com
 

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Published December 17, 2013 by Jasmine Haynes. 110 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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