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Erika is a romance/erotica author and yoga instructor with an overactive, fevered imagination. She loves celebrating the experiences of skin-to-skin caresses and creating characters that crave sensual exploration.

Although she primarily writes from imagination and experience, she also has a large group of scandalous friends that serve to provide her with an endless source of firsthand erotic stories!

When not writing, she is probably reading, doing yoga, shopping and secretly hoping for a Thriller flash mob, or trying to talk herself into finally getting a tattoo.

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Prisoner: A Bad Boy Paranormal Romance
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 14,410. Language: American English. Published: August 30, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Paranormal, Fiction » Romance » Erotic
(5.00 from 1 review)
Layla is conducting a paranormal investigation of an abandoned prison when she develops an intense attraction to Max, her tour guide. The two explore the condemned facility—and each other—in a sensual investigation into the nature of attraction.

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  • Money and Happiness (The Scientific Way): Scientifically Proven Ways To Be Happy And Highly Effective Life Hacks For Financial Independence on Sep. 16, 2015

    If you're interested in the topic at all, this is definitely a title to sit down with. Even from the very first chapter, Dr. George lays out a very powerful fact: Chances are you don’t need to learn more about being happy; you need to apply what you already know. That being said, though, Dr. George does lay out some helpful guidelines for doing this, such as practices for developing gratitude and recalibrating one’s brain away from a natural negativity bias. I’m also grateful for the practical tips on drafting a process plan that he outlines. The chapter Fail, Fail Again, Fail Again Better by itself makes the book worth it. So many books on happiness focus on motivating you towards success, but rarely do they coach you through failure. He outlines very wise considerations about the best way to fail In short, if previous books and/or TED talks on success and happiness haven’t yielded the results you’re looking for, this book will help you remove the barriers that may be responsible. Highly recommended!