No Strings Attached by Julia Kanno
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Prime Time Series:

Once in a while, even the strongest and the most successful of women need a fairy tale. The Prime Time series is a compilation of short stories, featuring strong, professional older-women paired with celebrities—modern day prince charmings for modern day princesses.

Women can rescue themselves from the tower, but it's nice to have a helping hand every once in a while.

No Strings Attached by Julia Kanno

Book one in the Prime Time Series

She's a puppet on a string—a guitar string, that is.

Divorce, great credit interest rates, and cereal box contests—some things just aren't supposed to happen.

So why Stephanie Spiegel is standing in the middle of a rock concert, suffering the stench of sweat and stepping in puddles of only God knows what is beyond her. But then, if 'something' hadn't come up—as usual—her ex-husband Jacob would be doing the honour of escorting their teenage daughter, Amelia. The real mystery lies in how she's going to continue to keep up the charade of emotional stability, but as fate would have it, as soon as she's talked herself down from a mental ledge, she lays eyes on the lead guitarist for 'Whatever They're Called'.

Well, damn…

There goes what little sanity she's managed to hang on to. Having won backstage passes along with the tickets, Amelia and her friends all but drag Stephanie to meet the band. And, lo and behold, Ren is every mother's worst nightmare—he's a young, handsome, arrogant, talented, arrogant, witty, arrogant rock star. Oh, and as if the man wasn't infuriating enough, Stephanie can't seem to keep her eyes off him long enough to walk without tripping. When she finds herself alone with him, sparks fly. And before she knows it, she's entwined in his arms, feeling safe and desired for the first time in a very long time. She finds herself submitting to his every desire like a puppet on a string—a guitar string, that is.
Julia Kanno

About the Author:
The dragon we call Julia Kanno assumed her human form sometime in the early nineties, though no one knows the exact date. Since then, she has decided to dedicate her time to writing erotic romance. Though, when she is not writing, munching on knights or breathing fire from the comfort of her xbox360, she is watching her latest anime addiction, reading naughty literature and or in deep contemplation—after all, why she continues to re-read plays where at least one character commits suicide by act three is still a mystery.

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Published October 7, 2012 by Totally Bound Publishing. 159 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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