Time to do a dual cover reveal. Did you read my Naughty Teachers series? Maybe you picked up the second edition of Drawn Together. Then you’ll want to grab the second edition of book two in the Love Lessons series, Written Together. Today, I’m revealing the third and fourth books, Together Again and Dancing Together. Check out the new cover art, made by Posh Gosh and the fab Emmy Ellis!!
Coming in 2018!!
Book 3 in the Love Lessons series from Totally Bound
Sometimes the second time around is the right time for things to click.
Corey Murphy never intended to let his wife, Katie, become his ex-wife. But for the Murphys, convention and commitment are foreign concepts. Once he lost Katie, he decided to get his life in order. Now he’s healthy, happy with his job teaching physical education and ready to get his relationship back on track. He’s got to hope Katie’s still willing to give them a chance.
Katie Murphy loved being married. She loved the companionship, the connection…and the hot nights. Being with Corey surpassed even her wildest fantasies. But her ex-husband wasn’t big on commitment. She knows he’s got ghosts in his past, but is she willing to help him look to the future–their future?
Book 4 in the Love Lessons series
Can friends with benefits become a lasting love?
Allyson Benson has been in love with Jordy Murphy since she started teaching at the same elementary building. She wants the tall, blond gym teacher to notice her and when he runs into her at a party, she summons her courage to ask him to be friends with benefits. Shouldn’t be difficult—lots of sex, but no entanglements and certainly not love…until love enters the equation.
Jordy Murphy doesn’t do relationships. He’s happy being fee, but there’s one woman who has been on his radar—Ally. He wants to get her out of her boring clothes and kindergarten classroom for some serious one-on-one time. He’s all for the sex only situation she proposes until he’s struck with a realization—what if this perpetual free spirit has met his match? Allyson could be the one. Can the commitment-phobe really accept the love he’s wanted all along?