Guest Author – Mandy Harbin

Happy Sunday naughty readers! I’m thrilled to have my gal-pal and all around partner-in-crime, Mandy Harbin, here with us today. Mandy’s got a sexy new series that I know y’all are going to love! Take it away, Mandy!

Sex Isn’t All About Intercourse.

Whaaat? I know what you’re thinking. They’re mutually exclusive, right? Well, you could be thinking that unless you’re a romance writer and can think all things sexy without having to venture into the actual deed. I’m looking at you, Parker >_<

Parker: *snickers*

But there could be so much more to hot “sex” for the sake of getting off that doesn’t require a insert-tab-A-into-slot-B scenario. Sometimes situations prevent couples from having sex. Long distance relationships, giving birth, alien abduction…just to name a few. What’s a couple to do then? We live in a technology age where sexting is open discussed, not whispered about among the closest of confidents. Sexting can be hot…and there’s no penetration involved—assuming toys are out of the equation.

And what if you’re willing and able and in the same zip code? Sometimes the tease, the build up is so much hotter than the act itself. If I asked those of you who’ve ever salivated at a book, yearning for the couple to finally touch, to raise your hand, there’d be a breeze that rivaled a tornado. We usually think, “OMG, he’s finally going to kiss her!” Not, “OMG, he’s finally going to stick it in her!” Unless you’re a romance writer…I’m still looking at you, Parker. *snorts*

Parker: *whistles innocently* (psst, I like the sticking it in parts…)

My latest release, Blue Balls and Push-Up Bras, is one that touches on this. The series is one where women and men can’t get a little some-some for whatever reason. After years of writing romances that contain issues ranging from heartache, death, paranormal abilities, and general angst, it was time for me to have a little fun, and if you don’t know by now, I like to go big, or go home. So here’s my ballsy (pun totally intended) new series.

MandyHarbin_BlueBallsAndPush-UpBras_800pxSex would be nice. But after giving birth, Sophie is a little self-conscious about her body, and her husband, Sawyer, hasn’t even tried coming on to her. What’s a girl to do? Don’t blab to your friends, that’s what! Their reaction is a mix of shock and pity, but they unite under one common goal: to get her laid. In one week, she’s going to show Sawyer just what he’s been neglecting. At her reluctance, the girls all agree to break out their push-up bras for a night of showing off their assets in support of her mission. 

But Sophie wants it now. The talk with her friends sparks her to be the initiator, but when she tries turning on the charm, Sawyer still doesn’t give up the goods. Now the only big O she’s getting is offended. 

So she hatches a little plan of her own…

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About the Author:

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Mandy Harbin is an award-winning, bestselling author of several books across multiple romance genres ranging from contemporary to paranormal erotic romance. She is also the number one bestselling author in teen romance under the pen name M.W. Muse with her popular Goddess Series. She is a Superstar Award recipient, Reader’s Crown and RWA Passionate Plume finalist, and has received Night Owl Reviews Top Pick distinction many times. She studied writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, earned several degrees, and even pursued an MBA until she realized becoming an author did not have to remain an unfulfilled dream. Mandy is a PAN member of the RWA and lives in a small Arkansas town with her non-traditional family, and although she is a direct descendant of British royalty, they refuse to call her princess. When she’s not penning her latest book, you can find her hanging out online where she loves to connect with fellow readers or stalking Mickey Mouse at Disney World.

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