Welcome to the third installment of #SinfulEatsandDrinks! Each Wednesday you will enjoy some delicious treats and drinks enjoyed from the books One Hour Girl by yours truly and Kissed by a Warrior, the fabulous new book from USA Today Bestselling Author Michelle Monkou! That’s right, my loves, we’re here for you and we want you to see a bunch about two new books coming out this month.
He thinks I’m his forever girl, I saw it in his eyes. I wished I could have slapped the look off his face and hit him with the same jarring finality I’d learned I didn’t mean shit.
I’m not a forever sort of girl.
I’m not even his for the night.
He’ll be lucky if I’m his for the next hour if he doesn’t pay me for it.
And then Royce Mattherson stormed my defenses. Took all the poison inside of me and pushed it out through my pores. He tasted the taint on my skin and still decided to love me. He terrifies me. Exhilarates me. Frustrates me.
And he always gets what he wants
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Today we have Homemade BBQ Pork Ribs and Rainbow Chard and Armand de Brignac Midas ($200,000) a bottle on the menu! Let’s see how you enjoy this. I want pictures if anyone is making some of these.
Kissed by a Warrior
Kissed By A Warrior is a romantic adventure set in post-modern Japan, where the criminal elements compete for the allegiance of a particular warrior, Kenzo Tenaka, because of his special gift.
Ken vows to protect his family and his true love, Nyah Reyes. But he must learn to navigate within the strict order of the clans or face the consequences of their displeasure.
As danger looms, Ken is forced to choose between duty or love. However, Nyah refuses to lose her warrior to ancient customs and clansmen’s whims. Will they become a united front and face war or go their separate ways to maintain peace?
Introduction to Guinness (an Irish iconic drink).
- an Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness (1725–1803) at St. James’s Gate, Dublin.
- Guinness stout is made from water, barley, roast malt extract, hops, and brewer’s yeast.
- A portion of the barley is roasted to give Guinness its dark colour and characteristic taste.
- The draught beer‘s thick, creamy head comes from mixing the beer with nitrogen when poured.
- Although Guinness may appear to be black, it is officially a very dark shade of ruby.
- Guinness is frequently used as an ingredient in recipes like french toast and beef stew.
- The Guinness harp motif is modelled on the Trinity College Harp.
- The harp faces right instead of left to differentiate it from the Irish coat of arms.
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