Dirty by R. L. Kenderson

Contemporary Romance
Date Published: July 1, 2017
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He’s a player. She’s too smart to let him in her pants. Until a night of drunken sex has her kicking herself and vowing she’ll never let it happen again. Or will she?
After returning home due to her father’s illness, Elise Phillips reunites with her college friends, including Luke Long. Luke was a player back then, and Elise had always prided herself on not being another notch on his bedpost.
Luke is still gorgeous though, and he knows it. And he checks all her boxes—intelligent and sexy with muscles and a hard body.
Following a night of beer and shots, her resistance runs out, and he finally does check her box. And Elise knows that it can never happen again.
Luke had always thought of Elise as the pretty girl that was friends with his roommate’s girlfriend, but now she’s all grown up. When their night of passion rocks Luke’s world he realizes he must have her again.
The two enter a friends-with-benefits relationship with the agreement that they’re just going to have fun. The only thing is, with mutual friends involved, they have to hide their indiscretion.
But what harm can come from a dirty little secret?
Dirty is the first contemporary romance from paranormal romance author R.L. Kenderson. If you like laughing out loud, sexy book boyfriends, playful couples, and dirty, dirty sex, then you’ll love this fun contemporary romance.
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About the Author

R.L. Kenderson is two best friends writing under one name. Renae has always loved reading and in third grade wrote her first poem where she learned she might have a knack for this writing thing. Lara remembers sneaking her grandmother’s Harlequin novels when she was probably too young to be reading them, and since then she knew she wanted to write her own.
When they met in college, they bonded over their love of reading and the TV show Charmed. What really spiced up their friendship was when Lara introduced Renae to romance novels. When they discovered their first vampire romance, they knew there would always be a special place in their hearts for paranormal romance. After being unable to find certain storylines and characteristics they wanted to read about in the hundreds of books they consumed, they decided to write their own.
They both live in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area where they’re a sonographer/stay-at-home mom/wife and pharmacist/mother by day and a sexy author by night. You can find them at http://www.rlkenderson.com, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, and Goodreads. Or you can email them at rlkenderson@rlkenderson.com. They always love hearing from their readers.
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Author Interview…

1. When did you first start your writing career?

A. We started writing our first novel in 2012. We didn’t publish anything until 2014, though.

2. What draws you to the type of romance you enjoy writing?

A. We love steamy romance and more on the light side. We aren’t huge on the angst in some books. Books definitely need some conflict or a book will be boring, but we don’t like a ton. We’d rather read funny. And we love steamy love scenes. Not big on the closed door sex scenes.

3. What is your ideal writing time, place, and/or ritual?

A. In the morning is the best time to write. More refreshed and neither of us are night people, so earlier in the day is ideal.

4. Which authors would you say inspire you the most to write?

A. That is such a tough question because we have a lot of favorite authors and many auto-buys ones, too. But since we are indie authors, we’d probably have to say Kristen Ashley and Alessandra Torre. They showed us that indie authors can be successful.

5. Any advice for the budding authors out there?

A. Just do it. And remember that you don’t write the finished novel right away. You start writing your story and you may change or add things along the way. That’s how your story develops. Just write. Even if it’s a paragraph a day. That’s a paragraph more than you had the day before.