Apr 8, 2016

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Sticky Notes by: Drea St. James Poetry for Beginners, #1 
Publication Date: March 31, 2016 
Genre: Adult, Contemporary Romance

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A serial dater and self-proclaimed ninja, Liv Lester thought accidentally running into her date from hell was as bad as her day could get. As it turns out, there areworse things. Not only is her company getting sued, but the only person able to clear its name has disappeared without a trace.

A brilliant lawyer on the fast track to becoming a senior partner, Dax Morgan follows strict rules that don't include crazy women who pretend to be his girlfriend. His latest case was supposed to be easy. Get in, sue, get out. He certainly didn't plan on meeting Liv, who throws color into his black and white world and makes him question his loyalties. 

After chance encounters, misunderstandings, and a trailer load of sticky notes, the two grudgingly team up and find out they might not be as different as they first thought. 



“He seemed quite rude to me,” Liv responded under hear breath, meeting Dax’s eyes for the first time since she’d arrived. He studied her, and she squirmed uncomfortably under his gaze. How he still affected her like this was a mystery to everyone but her lady parts. Traitors.

“You’re right, and I shouldn’t make excuses for him.” Dax looked tense, his eyes never leaving Liv, who was unable to look away again.

He seemed poised to say something else, when Amelia interrupted. 
“Let’s move this to the living room. I for one feel like a strong drink. Who’s with me?”

Lori got up to help her mom to the living room, looking over her shoulder. “Your turn to do the dishes.”

Dax and Liv didn’t move. Liv felt like she’d swallowed a golf ball that was now stuck in her throat. “Help me with the dishes?” Dax asked, breaking their stare.

Pulling herself together, she nodded and gathered the dirty plates. “You sure know how to make a girl feel special,” she said as she walked into the kitchen. She set the dishes in the sink, turned around, and promptly collided with a hard chest.

“Oh, I know how to make a girl feel special, trust me. I just didn’t want to chance an interruption before I did this,” Dax said before picking her up and depositing her on the kitchen counter. "I'm sorry, but I can't be this close to you for one more minute without touching you." Liv was momentarily stunned, unable to move as he stepped in between her legs, his arms engulfing her completely. She felt safe and more than a little turned on at his fierceness, two things she’d sworn she wouldn’t allow him to make her feel anymore.

“I missed you,” he said before hungrily kissing her half- parted lips.

As soon as she felt his soft lips on hers, she was ripped out of her trance and responded just as fiercely. Her hands went to his hair, tugging on it to pull him closer. Dax responded with a low growl and deepened his kiss. He nibbled on her bottom lip and she sighed, opening her mouth slightly. That was the only invitation he needed before his tongue met hers. Liv’s legs wrapped around him and his hand somehow found its way beneath her shirt. She loved the feel of him and her hands travelled down his smooth chest. It felt right to be with him and her brain didn’t utter a single protest.

“For all that is holy, stop before I go blind,” someone shouted. Liv went stock-still and her hands moved from stroking his chest to pushing him away. Dax reluctantly stepped back, kissing Liv on the nose before pulling her shirt back into place.

Lori stood in the doorway and covered her face with her hands. “Is it safe yet?” she asked.

“It’s safe,” Dax said, helping Liv back onto safe ground.


Mastering uncooperative cooking utensils, fixing wardrobe malfunctions and the ability to speak to dogs are all on Drea’s bucket list. One thing she did tick off her list recently is the conquest of the computer. Well for the most part. There may have been a few incidents proving the contrary to be true. Just don’t mention a supposedly missing ON button to her.

Drea lives with her husband and two extroverted dogs in Perth, Western Australia, the world’s most isolated capital city whose population thinks daylight savings is code for government conspiracy. 

Lucky there is always Drea(m)land, where everything is possible. Even staying out past nine o’clock on a school night.

Drea is currently in treatment for her book addiction.


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