Kristal McKerrington is our October Author of the Month! We are so very excited and pleased to share this month with her! Not only is she our featured author this month, but she also has a book releasing on the 12th! Check out our party that’s going on today-Friday from 9 AM until 12 PM EST!
Kristal McKerrington is a multi-published author with several different publishers in the industry. She writes sports romance, fantasy, and contemporary romance.
In Scotland, however, she is well-known for her stylish pink hair, her amazing personality and her love for dance and the wrestling industry.
You can find Kristal everywhere online from Twitter to Amazon to Facebook. She has also won a Screen Writer’s Award for her Christian Romance “Finding God in Hope”.
Kristal’s first book with Firefly & Wisp is “Pinned” a sports romance with an erotic flare!
Her book, “Pinned” will be available at Midnight on October 12th!
Make sure you reserve your copy, if you already haven’t:)
When Scottish Athlete, Alexander “Freakshow” McDade travels to the States for the first time in his career, he meets Carrie, a shy, do-gooder with a perfect figure and an annoying way of always being right.
And Alex doesn’t like to be wrong.
Oh, and did I forget to mention that she was now assigned to him from the World-Wide Wrestling Federation as his new agent?
They butt heads more than once over his career, and they verbal box better than anyone in the business.
And Alex won’t stop with the flirting.
He won’t stop talking about sex, orgasms, or the thrills that he wants to give her late at night. And he won’t stop speaking in that oh-so-sexy Scottish brogue.
She just has to remind herself that she isn’t interested in the brand of loving that he has to offer.
Carrie Segal hates wrestlers.
In her experience, they’re arrogant, chauvinistic and childlike. And this one, seems to get under her skin more than any before.
But he was so sexy, and he had abs that she wanted to lick for days. How can anyone that cocky be that damned perfect?
Carrie’s never been much of a fighter, but with Alex, she enjoys the verbal sparring, but how does he compare in the bedroom?
How can wrestling in the sheets be a bad thing?