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Amie Stuart is the last of a dying breed, a native Texan, and still makes her home there, where cowboys and music (her other two loves) abound. Growing up, she wanted to be a lawyer and a psychologist. No doubt the shrinks would have a field day with her head, but she's seen the error of her ways and considers all those other jobs 'research' for the writing gig.
She's a multiple contest finalist as well as a trained contest judge and is affectionately know as The Terminator by her critique partners. She's written as CELIA STUART for Black Lace Books, & Liquid Silver Books, and as AMIE STUART for Kensington Aphrodisia, she has a short story (PEACHES 'N CREAM) in Zane's CARMEL FLAVA 2, and launched Cobblestone Press's new short erotica line,Wicked.
Three Cavanaugh females (sisters Reece and Robbie Jo and their cousin Carla) inherit the Texas based Cavanaugh Brothers Moving Company. The trio plans to take control of the business.
"Move Me". Reece believes she must be in control at all times; psychologist Jack Saunders wants her to understand it is okay to sometimes allow the man to be on top.
"The Right Moves". Robbie Jo is a man-eater; her sister warns her to stay away from the crew. She did until battered former rodeo rider Cash McBride joins the firm; she wants him to ride her.
"Make a Move". Carla feels a bit of an outsider not because her partners are sisters. She wants to make decisions that do not require her sweating with muscles. However, this causes some friction at Cavanaugh Brothers Moving Company, but also introduces her to attorney Josh Winters
These three interrelated novellas will move the audience as the readers learn the true meaning of relativity. The same event is seen through the relative eyes of each female and their respective love interest. Although not as heated or containing the varying sexual encounters as the typical Aphrodisia, MAKE U SWEAT is a strong contemporary with no closure so a "Make U Sweat More sequel seems apparent.
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