They Call Me Trixie
These are NOT like normal Mandy Roth books. These are hardcore BIG TIME! Don’t buy them if you’re not into that. Trust us, you won’t like them unless you like your sex dirty and gritty with no apologies. THESE ARE SERIALS: That means you don’t get your happy ending until the end of the three short stories and these are NOT “romance” as you know romance to be.
Being an escort is easy…if you know the Trix of the trade.
They call me Trixie. I’m whatever you need me to be. Some like me to bend to their whim. Some like me to take charge. Others just like to take me, any way they can. I’m not ashamed of my job. It pays the bills and sometimes—I get off on it. I don’t have those puritanical hangups most Americans do. I like men. I like women. Mostly, I like to make money. Peek inside my world. I dare you. Be warned, my story is short and it is not a romance. It does not have a happily ever after.
Book Three in the Blazing Hearts series
The Lover(Blazing Hearts)
M/F Contemporary Western Erotic Romance
Kaleb is a notorious lady’s man. He’s walking sin and not afraid to brag about the fact. Hell, he’d put it on a t-shirt if he bothered keeping one on long enough for anyone to read it. He’s used to getting who and what he wants. When he finds himself face–to-face with a spitfire of a challenge—his first love who is back in town, waiting tables at his favorite watering hole—everything changes. Hotter than a platter full of sin at a church picnic, Erica has him tied in knots, and if he plays his cards right, he’ll have her tied to his bed soon enough.
Books in the Series:
Programmed for Pleasure
Book Three in the Cyber Seduction Series
Programmed for Pleasure
Futuristic Erotic Romance
Programmed for Pleasure was previously published under the author name Mandy M. Roth.
Lt. Commander Dirks gets his kink on by hooking himself to a homemade hologram machine. He’s programmed in the woman he’s loved his entire life and spends his free time taking her every way he can. The only problem is, she’s not the real deal—she’s not his Haels.
Haeley settled on a planet that doesn’t allow modern technologies because she wanted away from anything to do with the Star Union—the very organization that lured Dirks away from her so many years ago. When he shows up, attempting to negotiate the safe return of one of his crew members, she’s shocked to see him and even more surprised to learn he still has feelings for her. She doesn’t shy away from his advances. She’s hardly the same girl she used to be. Now she’s a woman who is in control of her sexual side and isn’t afraid to show it. Desire ignites and the two find themselves heating up the sheets, the wall, the floor and just about anywhere else they can manage.