Top Five Reasons to Read Monica Beggs By Sheri Fredricks #Giveaway

Posted September 12, 2015 by Sophia Rose in Guest Post / 14 Comments

#1:       Scenes that’ll warm you up

I know its summer, but we still have chilly nights. There’s nothing toastier than reading a steamy book that keeps your finger poised to the page — virtual or paper! You’ll love the interaction between the Adult Film starlet Monica Beggs and sexy ex-Special Ops-turned-surfer Finn Daniels.

delighted--romantic couple

#2:       Wrinkle reduction

It’s a known fact that smiling exercises more facial muscles than frowning. People may wonder what you’re reading that’s making you smile so much, but it’ll be our little secret. *giggle*



#3:       Increased lubrication

A tantalizing spark of literary heat can produce more than mouth-watering moisture. Your libido will thank you, and your significant other will too!


#4:       Educational exploration

Tired of the same ‘ol characters found in romance? The top three are billionaire, cowboy, and doctor. In my novel Monica Beggs, I break from the stereotypical mold and offer you a porn star and a surfer! Yay – something different and new!


#5:       It’s a Wet-n-Wild, Shoot-Em-Up romantic adventure

Boats and booze, knives and guns, kidnappers and cartel, mean dogs and beachside condos. And that’s only the first few chapters! I haven’t gotten into offshore racing boats, close-quarter shoot-outs, hidden snipers, or hot steamy sex. *grin* I’ll save that for next time.

delighted--grabbing ass

Top Five Reasons to Read Monica Beggs By Sheri Fredricks #Giveaway
Monica Beggs: Lights! Camera! Lube?

Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Small Publisher
Released on September 4, 2015
Pages: 242

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“Moni.” An unnamed emotion flitted across his suddenly pensive features before he gently cradled the back of her head and swooped down to command a kiss.

His hands were large, his fingers strong.

Without thought, she opened her mouth, seeking his tongue. His pants button warmed beneath her fingers, which prodded her to unfasten. Unzip.

Tanned skin, from endless California summers, painted his rippling muscles that lay exposed to her traveling hands. She splayed her fingers wide to touch as much of the toasty warmth as she could.

This man was no feigned actor paid to portray someone he could only wish to be. He wasn’t lit up with a light reflector and three-point illumination kit. There wasn’t a shotgun mic hanging at the end of a boom pole or a film crew whispering into headsets.

Finn was real. And for a short while, he was hers.

Skimming her hands over his tightly-rounded ass, she hooked her thumbs into the waistband of his jeans and slid them off his lean hips.

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About Sheri Fredricks

Always on the hunt for the uncommon things in life, award-winning author Sheri Fredricks thrives on creating adventures in both series of her mythological kingdom and soon-to-be-released western time-travels.

A former engineering secretary, she lives on California’s beautiful central coast. “I wanted to move away from a profession of inflexible right angles and create an unboxed world with no boundaries.” A voracious reader since her early years, Sheri found her brain crowded with stories of her own. “Ultimately,” she says, “my husband encouraged me to write them all down.”

Winner of the Paranormal Romance Guild Reviewer’s Choice Award, and a Finalist multiple times for InD’Tale eMagazine’s Reward Of Novel Excellence award (RONE), she has numerous five-star reviews everywhere eBooks are sold.

Sheri loves to spend time at home and connecting with readers. A computer hutch keeps her focused on creating stories, but the panoramic view of life on a ranch will call her outside to play in the sun.

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I was born and raised near Sacramento, CA. I have read since I was four years old and developed tastes that run the gamut of literature. I went away to college and have a degree in education, a certificate in family history research, and a certificate in social work. I worked for a non-profit agency with low income families for 20 years which included being responsible for the children’s library and promoting/teaching adult literacy. I have lived in Southeast Michigan for the last 18 years and I am currently a book addicted homemaker with a cat and husband who keep me grounded. Recently, I made it a challenge to review each book that I have read as a favor to author friends who said reviews are important. I have done reviews for Good Reads, Amazon, eBay, and Smashwords, but mostly at Goodreads and Amazon.

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  • DebraG

    Those are some mighty fine reasons. Great post.

    • Sheri Fredricks

      Thank you! I don’t know which was more fun; writing the post or finding the pics.

  • *whistles appreciatively* Yep, those are solid with me.

    • Sheri Fredricks

      You obviously have great taste. Thank you for stopping by!

  • *whistles appreciatively* Yep, those are solid with me.

  • Lol, nice

    • Sheri Fredricks

      Thank you!

  • Lol, nice

  • Whew! Those are some hotties. I love that they aren’t the typical hero/heroine 😀

    Thanks so much for hosting Sheri, ladies! Happy weekend!

  • lol, what a fun top 5 reasons list. I like it they aren’t the typical characters, although I can remember a few books I read with surfers as well. I have a pretty good poker face when reading thanks to reading on public transport when I went to uni.

    • Sheri Fredricks

      Thank goodness for ye ol’ poker face! I, unfortunately, wasn’t born with that skill. Thank you for dropping by!

  • lol, what a fun top 5 reasons list. I like it they aren’t the typical characters, although I can remember a few books I read with surfers as well. I have a pretty good poker face when reading thanks to reading on public transport when I went to uni.