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ISBN: 9781573448239
eISBN: 9781573448376

Duty and Desire: Military Erotic Romance

by Kristina Wright

The only thing stronger than the call of duty is the call of desire! This anthology of military erotic romance serves up a team of hot-blooded men (and women) from every branch of the military who serve their country and follow their hearts wherever they might be stationed. When the mission is done, the unit is recalled or the ship pulls into port, they set their sights on a new target—the pursuit of passion and love. In and out of uniform, stateside and abroad, these military warriors meet passion and danger head on. All's fair in love and war—in and out of uniform. Edited and with stories by Kristina Wright, wife of a Lieutenant in the US Navy, Duty and Desire includes stories of U.S. soldiers, sailors, aviators, Marines and Special Forces (Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, and many more. Uniforms have never been sexier!

 
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About the author Kristina Wright
 
 

Kristina Wright (kristinawright.com) is a full-time freelance writer and award-winning author. She is the editor of over a dozen erotic romance anthologies, includingFairy Tale Lust and the Best Erotic Romance series. She has written for Harlequin and HarperCollins Mischief and her short fiction has appeared in over one hundred print anthologies, while her nonfiction has appeared in publications as diverse as the Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, USA Today, Narratively, Scary Mommy, Role/Reboot...


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