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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Excerpt Reveal for Playing Doctor by J.D. Hawkins

J.D. Hawkins 
 Release Date: April 29th  
Genre/Tropes:Contemporary, Workplace Romance    
He shifts a bit more on the couch until he fishes out an ice cube from between his thighs, then holds it up like evidence. He looks at me blankly, I look back at him, but when our eyes meet this time there’s another undefinable but powerful charge between us. A force that pushes and pulls. I draw my gaze as slow as a touch from his face to his arm, to the twisting muscles of his forearm, and then the wet ice cube held in his square fingers. I can’t fight it anymore. This is more than horniness. More than simple attraction. It feels wrong to be this close but still not touching him. The real sin is pretending I can resist. The knot inside of me is as tight as it’ll go. Something has to give.
Why, yes, I am a doctor. Want me to kiss it better? It’s always been an unacknowledged perk of the MD behind my name that it’s also a kitty magnet. I’ve got my pick of the litter. I only have one rule, and that’s to keep dating and work in different sandboxes. I learned that lesson the hard way once, and I wouldn’t have made it through med school if I needed to be told twice. But everything about Mia makes me dumb. Everything about the hot, bookish gynecologist makes me think NSFW thoughts that just won’t quit. I try throwing myself into my work. Playing as much pickup soccer as I can handle. But it isn’t long before I’m breaking all my rules to get just one more taste of Mia. We’re headed for a reckoning. I’m about to earn a new degree: in love.    
About the Author:  
JD Hawkins writes erotic romance with modern-classic alpha males and strong, independent women. He currently lives with his wife in Austin, TX. He loves to travel and has lived in many places, including LA, New York City, India and Thailand. When he isn't writing, JD enjoys surfing, training in Mixed Martial Arts, reading and taking naps. He once dreamed of becoming a ballerina. He's always loved making up stories, especially ones inspired by real life.
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