Remember the Coffee Shop Girls? (now Coffee & Curves)

If you’ve been following me for at least a couple of years, you might remember that at the end of 2019 I released a sexy little Office Christmas story, Mistletoe, which led into a series called the Coffee Shop Girls. And then the pandemic hit and I neglected to finish the series. Yeah, I know. Such a cliche. ๐Ÿ˜‰

But, I’ve picked the series back up for 2022 and have decided to do a little rebrand first of all. From now on the series will be called Coffee & Curves, which I think is much snappier and catchier than before.

And to really kick things off, I’m releasing a bundle of the first 3 books (actually books 0-2 in the series), called Coffee & Curves: Books 0-2 (very original, I know). So, if you haven’t read these yet, now is the perfect opportunity to dive in at a discount! You’ll get Mistletoe, Fireworks and Illicit at an introductory price of only $3.99 if you buy it during March of 2022. (The price will go up to $4.99 after that, which still saves a bit of money compared to buying the three books individually!)

Happy reading!

Coffee & Curves: Books 0-2

Coffee & Curves: Books 0-2

Series: Coffee & Curves Collections, Book 0
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Tag: Out Now
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About the Book

It’s all fun and games…
Until you fall head over heels for that hot older guy you’re not even supposed to look at.

And then you fall into bed together. Even though that’s wholly inappropriate. And then… Well, you’ll just have to read on to find out!

Catch up on the first three titles in L. Moone’s Coffee & Curves series: Mistletoe, Fireworks and Illicit, and let each story melt your heart as well as your kindle. If you love to read sexy & steamy instalove romances featuring curvy heroines and hot older men who can’t keep their eyes (as well as their hands) off their younger lovers, this bundle is going to tick all your boxes.

#0 Christmas with my Boss
Ian is my boss, at least until the end of the night. He’s off-limits, so naturally I’ve been crushing on him basically forever. But he’d never be interested in little old me, right? Then again, what if he is? Tonight might be my last chance to find out…

#1 Fireworks for the Billionaire
Lawrence isn’t a boy, he’s aย man. From the moment I nearly accidentally stole his drink at the local coffee shop, I had an instinct that he’d be trouble. So obviously, I say yes when he asks me out. I had no idea justย how muchย trouble he would end up being…

#2 Falling for myi Friend’s Dad
Who makes out with her friend’s dad? I do, apparently. But now that we both realized who we are to each other, surely we can just pretend it never happened and move on. Right?ย Right?ย Wrong. FML.

About the Author
L. Moone

L. Moone is a Contemporary Romance and Women's Fiction writer based in rainy England. Addicted to caffeine, chocolate and impure thoughts, she likes to write short stories and novellas dealing with those aspects of the human condition that we all think about, yet dare not discuss openly. She also writes Paranormal Romance as Lorelei Moone.

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Of Gratis: Midwinter Tales and a Virgin

If you’re following me on Facebook, you will have had an impossible time to get away from this news: there’s an erotic short story collection coming out soon (on the 12th). It’s called Gratis: Midwinter Tales, and it will featureย  – among works by eight other extremely talented writers – a brand new story of mine.

About Gratis
In what is hopefully the first of many instalments, a selection of amazing writers have bundled together some of their short stories to create an anthology which will be made available free of charge just in time for the Holidays.

Snow Falls Softly by Chloe Thurlow, In the Mood by E.A. Chapterhouse, Wicked Games by Elizabeth Woodham, Virgin by L. Moone, White (Lights Out) by Jason Jaxx, A Pair Well Met, Blinked, and The New Year Dancers by Kay Jaybee, The Future First Lady of France by KM Dylan, Irrecusable by Livilla Sanders, Glove, and A Penheligon Christmas by M.J. Carey.

Virgin (The Rebound List #1)

The idea for this story has been months in the making, a girl in her 20s who is single for the first time in her adult life, exploring a few of the fantasies she has had to shelve while playing the squeaky-clean committed girl friend. See the blurb below:

After nearly four years with Jeff, everything fell apart. I found myself single, scared, but somehow liberated as well. Rather than stumble into another ill advised relationship, my best friend Sally helped me find focus. I would spend the next few months โ€œfinding myselfโ€ sexually. Thatโ€™s how The Rebound List was born.
And -this- is how my journey begins: with a virgin. Number one on my naughty bucket list…

What (or whom) would you do to celebrate your freedom after your first serious relationship breaks down?

As this is only part one of what I’m expecting to become a four part story, the follow-up is already in progress. To stay up-to-date with its release as well as any others I have planned, why not sign up to my mailing list.

At First Sight – Something a Bit Different

Inspiration hit me recently to write something a short story about a couple, Alice and Scott, who are in love but have never actually met. It’s a bit different in the sense that it’s non erotic, and also I’ve allowed myself to experiment with various points-of-view and tenses.

The subject of distance/online relationship fascinates me because indeed there can be quite a disconnect between how someone presents themselves vs. reality (yes, I LOVE watching Catfish on MTV for the same reason). But the driver behind the story is something which perhaps most of you don’t know about me (yet):

I have been that girl, standing in an airport arrivals area, waiting for someone to come out whom I felt I knew completely, yet had never met in person before. I was sixteen at the time and he was twenty-one. We’d “known” each other for a year and a few months. It was the scariest day of my life.

Our first meeting turned into a second six months later and that summer, after graduating from High School, I decided to move halfway across the world to be with him permanently. The relationship fell apart after a few years, but that’s OK. I was so young, it would’ve been weirder if it had worked out.

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