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About Aileen Santos
Aileen Santos is a Relationship Coach & Romance Author who helps people learn Love Facts vs Love Fiction, so they can enjoy more awesome relationships In Real Life.
Aileen is a Registered Guidance Counselor & Certified Professional Coach with a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology.
She's also been writing stories since she was 14, and published her first magazine short story AND won a national love story writing contest in the same year (because of course her stories were about love).
Aileen is also the author of the SPRG Trilogy, a teen paranormal romance series set in Manila, Philippines, under the name A.S.Santos.
SPRG stands for "Student Paranormal Research Group," which is the same fictional school org that protagonist Samantha Davidson joins to make sense of the strange things she hears and sees.
Titles By Aileen Santos
This anthology is filled with emotion and holiday spirit. Themed around holiday celebrations ranging from sweet to sizzling, these 24 scintillating stories will give you plenty of reasons to revel in love.
If you like office romances, best friends to lovers, second-chance romances, unexpected encounters, sci-fi gay romances, star-crossed lovers…There's a story for everyone.
And if you’re in the market for new book boyfriends, this holiday collection will make you swoon for a racy social worker, an irresistible alpha male, a hot office-mate, a smoldering doctor on holiday duty and a sexy single dad!
12 Months of Romance, 24 Reasons to Love celebrates love all year round.
Featuring stories from:
Erleen Alvarez • Kate Anolin • Ysa Arcangel • Ella Banta • Barbie Barbieto • Rachelle Belaro • Cindy dela Cruz • Catherine Dellosa • Elizabeth Galit • Claridge Gamboa • Ren Guevara • Khiara Laurea • Johanna Lee • Eris Peñaluna • Farrah Polestico • Michael Recto • Kat Sales • Miel Salva • Aileen Santos • Maria Criselda R. Santos • Yeyet Soriano • Marian Tee • Celestine Trinidad
No, not that kind.
I don't strip (I've never even been to a strip club), I don't do it for my boyfriend (because I don't have one), and I certainly don't do it for payment (in fact, I'm the one paying the studio for lessons).
But yes, I'm into pole dancing.
At first I got into it after a bad breakup, when my ex told me I was fat.
But I stayed for many reasons: despite the bruises, the exhaustion, and the pain.
Pole dancing is really a lot like my love life, really.
So yeah, this is my story.
These stories remind you of when you were seventeen, and love was the biggest adventure.