Cover Reveal – “Decker’s Wood” – Kirsty Dallas

TITLE: Decker’s Wood 
AUTHOR: Kirsty Dallas 



** Reader Warning** – This novel is NOT
a dark romance. There are absolutely no whips or floggers, no matter how much
Andi wants to smack Decker over the head at times. There are no BDSM slavery
themes, unless you can count that Decker is a slave to Andi’s hot cowboy boots
and sexy Texan drawl. 
Decker’s Wood does however feature
glitter rain, manscaping, vajazzle, tequila shots, roof-top dancing and one
hell of a dick trick!
Was he a nude model? Stripper maybe?
Escort? Blah, I had no idea what Decker did for a living. But I’d figure it
out. I was if anything tenacious when confronted with a mystery. ~Andi
She’s forbidden fruit, a friend without
benefits. Is that why my malfunctioning member wants her so bad? Is that why I
want her so bad? I’d figure out the enigma that is Andi Jennings and I’d have a
damn good time while doing it. ~ Decker



Kirsty Dallas grew up on the beaches of
North Queensland, Australia before migrating south to the iconic Gold Coast in
1995. She traded the surf and swimmers for pajama’s and a computer when she
embarked on writing professionally in 2012. 
Kirsty has two rules when writing. Rule
one, “forget about ratings and awards, write simply for the love of
writing”. And rule two, “be brave, don’t be afraid to traverse the
path less traveled and don’t conform.” With these rules in mind, Kirsty’s
books will draw you into the pages with stories full of emotion and
If you are interested in being a part of
KD’s INK STREET TEAM, you can sign up at her website —
Luke Williams on Facey

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