Flesh: Part Seven by Sky Corgan

The seventh installment in the bestselling Flesh series by USA Today bestselling author Sky Corgan

Flesh: part seven

He's like the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. I took a bite from him, and he poisoned me.

Amy can't wait to find out the dirt on Lucian, but information doesn't come easy when alcohol plays into things. After a rather disappointing night at Fleshfest, Amy decides to make up for her bad time by trying to forget about Lucian and enjoy her three-day weekend. Thankfully, she doesn't have to spend it alone. Derrick drops by to celebrate landing the interior design contract with Lucian, but things quickly get out of hand.

Heat level: Sweet

This is the seventh installment in an episodic series.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English


Word Count: 9293

Sales info:

This series has over 500 five-star reviews. Many of the installments have been in the top 200 of the overall Amazon US store. Some have reached #1 in their genre category.

Sample text:

"Morning, sunshine." I stare at Janice as she emerges from the hallway. My night was sleepless, and a good portion of my morning has been spent waiting on the sofa for her to wake up. I haven't even been able to concentrate on the television. My mind has been too focused on what she said last night about Lucian's troubled past, wondering what she meant.

She holds the sides of her head, her hair a bushy mess. "Make the room stop spinning."

"That's what you get for drinking a rainbow." I have no sympathy for her. She's old enough to know better than to drink that much when she has to work the next day.

"I was having fun," she huffs before throwing herself down on the sofa beside me. "Now go get me some water."

"Yes, your majesty." I stand and take an exaggerated bow before heading to the kitchen to fetch her a glass of water. When I return and hand it to her, she continues holding her head with one hand as she grabs the glass and chugs it down.

"That's probably going to come back up," she warns.

I pull the hair tie out of my hair and hand it to her. I'm not interested in watching her puke some more.

She scowls but takes the hair tie from me, quickly pulling her hair up into a bun and wincing every few seconds as she does. I can only imagine how her head is pounding.

"This is probably only going to make the headache worse," she whines.

"Well, I hope it was worth it."

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