Friday, July 13, 2012

TGI Friday

Hey everyone! For TGI Friday I thought we'd take a look at the M/F Bigger Brief anthology:

Reluctant Romance - Guys and Girls

A Multi-author M/F anthology from the writers of Wednesday Briefs, who bring you prompt induced Flash fiction every Wednesday. Bigger Briefs is an anthology we began to showcase our slightly bigger briefs. Er, flash fiction. We invite you to take the journey with us!

Sometimes true love is reluctant to blossom and needs a little bit of coaxing in order to come out. But a strong will and a heart filled with determination will triumph every time! The authors of the Bigger Briefs present to you these m/f tales of lovers who just need a gentle prod to push them into the relationship they’ve been yearning for.

~Just Desserts - Meg Weasley
For Sam, the idea of sex with another man’s wife is deplorable—and the little gold band on her finger marks Moira as off-limits… but Moira knows the way into a man’s pants is through his stomach and her decadent desserts just may prove to be irresistible...

~Little Bethany - Elyzabeth Va Ley
Malcolm is stuck in an elevator with the last woman he wishes to be near to: Bethany . His best friend’s little sister is also like family to him, or at least, that’s what he keeps telling himself. However, little Bethany is not so little anymore and she has other plans…

~Just one Dance - Sara York
All Layton wants is one dance but Wendy has something in her life that's holding her back. Can Layton convince her to give in to him?

~Come on, You Reds - Victoria Blisse
Blake supports Chelsea, Karen supports Manchester United. They may be footballing enemies, but the sexual chemistry between them is electric. Who's going to come out on top?

~Just One Date - AJ Jarrett
Can two lovers from different backgrounds find happiness? Lori is working to put herself through college and her quiet life is turned upside down when she meets a man way out of her league. Can Julian show her the love and passion she craves and will it be enough to conquer her fears of not being good enough for the man she loves?

~Of Soup and Love - Julie Lynn Hayes
Annie Suarez is a busy romance novelist who needs help keeping her house in order while she writes. Her best friend Toni sends her Vincent Jakoubek, who is a veritable Greek god! The trouble is, she's ten years older than he is, and she shouldn't feel attracted to him, but she does, and when he tells her he loves her, she just knows that trouble lies ahead! How can she let him down gently, when her heart is saying don't let go?