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Awakened: BBW Paranormal Shape Shifter Romance
by J.S. Wiley

Kindle Edition published 2016-01-30
Bestseller ranking: 427006

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From her curvaceous hips to her whiskey colored eyes, plus-size beauty Abagail Cole should be at the top of her dating game. But after a recent breakup with her cheating fiancé, she's never felt more like the stereotypical lonely cat lady.

So, determined to move forward and have some fun, Abagail decides to take a spontaneous trip to a local sports bar and get her buzz on. There she attracts the attention of tattooed, bad-boy millionaire Caleb Delaney, a mysterious and passionate wolf shifter who is immediately bewitched by Abagail's charms--and would do anything to claim her as his future mate.

But when a gorgeous new neighbor also catches her eye, Abagail soon finds herself torn between the affections of two gorgeous, intense love interests. And to make matters even more confusing, she's been experiencing steamy encounters with a presence in her dreams, waking up breathless and longing for more.

As she …

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Could the Google+ Secret Santa bring you more sales?
« on: December 07, 2014, 03:59:26 AM »
This is the second year I've participated in the "Secret Santa" on Google+ (which uses Amazon wish lists). At least one of the books on my wish list (The United States of Vinland by Colin Taber) was added after I saw it mentioned here on KBoards. Seeing that book as I was skimming over my own wish list got me to thinking about how adding even more indie books to my wish list could be a "win" all around via the Secret Santa exchange, if it introduces those books to new people, generates more sales, and (of course) helps me get a book I've seen mentioned here and wanted but haven't bought yet.

If I can set aside some time for it, I'm going to browse around here for some more books from KBoards authors that I want and add them to my wish list. Can't hurt! I'd be interested to know if anyone else does this specifically to help boost visibility (and potential sales) of fellow KBoards authors.

If you have no idea what I'm talking about, see http://gplussanta.com/ and/or https://plus.google.com/+Gplussanta/posts  :D
You can find books by me (Stuart Whitmore) on my author web site.