Yet another Friday Personal Ad Challenge!

Hang on to your panties, because it’s Friday, which means ANOTHER personal ad challenge.

Author + Title + Heroine’s name = AWESOME SMART BITCH TITLE GOODNESS

Faux Ho Seeks Groping, Manhandling

Quiet teacher with felonious OMGHOT showgirl twin seeks big, burly law-enforcment type to manhandle and grope her. Long roadtrips a plus; long roadtrips with bitter arguments, big secrets, big misunderstandings and even bigger cocks a bonus.


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  1. AngieW says:

    It’s a new year, don’t you think the slate should be wiped clean and we should be allowed to win titles again? Because I SO KNOW THIS ONE!

  2. jmc says:

    I’ve read this book, I know I have, but I can’t remember the title or author, dammit!  I’ll have to google it.  Not cheating—can’t participate b/c I’ve already got a title…but I still like to see if I can guess the answer.

  3. Esther says:

    Elizabeth Bevarly, Baby I’m Yours, Catherine MacPherson

    Great blog, by the way! I just found you off a link from MaryJanice Davidson’s blog, and am glad to see that someone is standing up for intelligent women who just happen to enjoy sometimes cheesy romance novels. I thought I was the only one!

  4. Mandy M. Roth says:

    Baby, I’m Yours by Susan Anderson and the heroines name is Catherine MacPherson

  5. Candy says:

    Ahem. One of the elements is wrong.

    So this is still up for grabs, my lovelies.

    Hurry hurry!

  6. Candy says:


    (OK, strictly speaking Andersen’s last name is spelled with an E, but I am not one to nitpick that since I’ve spelled that name wrong lots of times in the past, too.)

    Smart Bitch title will be awarded once I get home, Mandy!

  7. AngieW says:

    Whoo-hoooo, Mandy!

    For some reason, this book has always stuck in my mind. I do like some of her books, maybe that’s why. I think this one might be on my bookshelves somewhere.

    I still think a new year should mean starting over 😉

  8. I’m with you, Angie, even though I knew this story and couldn’t remember the winning details to save my life.

    *Sigh*  I will content myself with having a title that fits me so well.


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