Seduction 101 by Moira Reid

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No one knows the advertising game better than Julia—sell the sizzle, not the steak. However, selling sirloin and selling herself are two different things. When she tries to generate sizzle in a coworker, he’s more interested in paper shuffling than anything juicy she has to offer.

Eric, her long-time best friend and co-worker, feels the sizzle all right. The sizzle of the rare and beautiful Julia…and a searing jealousy as he watches her try to seduce another man. If Julia is ready to hit the sheets with someone, he’s determined it’s going to be him. But he needs a plan. Like her clients, Julia doesn’t respond to the direct approach; she needs to learn to generate her own heat.

So Eric cooks up his own little continuing education class. Something he likes to call Seduction 101.


About Moira Reid

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Moira Reid is a graduate of the University of Nebraska, majoring in Actuarial Science with a minor in English. She writes erotic and romantic suspense (among other things that take her fancy at any given moment). She loves long walks in the park, the outdoors, and -- no wait, that's somebody else. Moira sits in front of her computer day and night making up stuff. Yeah, that's Moira. She's the obsessive-compulsive one that gets an idea one day and is typing furiously the next while housework, bill-paying, cooking, and all other chores go undone around her. She has a husband who brings food to her on occasion and keeps her supplied with coffee hoping that once in a while she'll take a break for some "research." He's been waiting off and on for over twelve years now -- patient fellow. Moira's young daughter often asks why Moira laughs at her own jokes--alone. (Her friends say when she laughs, she commits to it.) What any of this has to do with her writing is beyond me, but you'd have to meet her to appreciate why it seems important. Her outlook on life is pretty simple--be nice, smile a lot, give something back. (Especially if you weren't really supposed to borrow it in the first place.)
Published May 20, 2008 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 67 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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