Washington, DC -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/12/2014 -- Valentine’s Day is a holiday that leaves many women daydreaming about the passion they have always wanted—or don’t find as often as they desire. Even if a woman is in a long-term, happy relationship—passion can fade and desires go unfulfilled. As a treat for women who are looking for a way to take this Valentine’s Day from hot to hotter—comes the erotic romance novel, Lips, Hips and Fingertips
This is a passionate love story that tells the story of Raye Jordan who has two men providing her with two different types of love and passion in her life. Her challenge remains to be whether sexual chemistry can coincide with the love her heart desires—or if the love her heart desires can give her the erotic romance she needs too.
“Raye’s journey of self-discovery—both in love and in erotic romance, is a compelling and page turning read.” Says Bonnie Rosales, Coordinator for San Francisco based Kindle Fire User Group.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Lips, Hips and Fingertips blends into the storyline a series of steamy love letters exchanged between Raye and her lovers. These letters will certainly help ignite the heat in readers’ bedroom on Valentine’s Day, whether they read them solo, or with their partner.
The Kindle edition of the erotic romance Lips, Hips and Fingertips is priced very affordable at $3.99 and is the perfect way to take your Valentine’s Day from hot to hotter. A print edition of the book is also available and can be purchased at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and other online and brick and mortar book stores.
About Raye Jordan
A native of Gary, IN and graduate of Hampton University Jan Lowery pens her first book entitled, “Lips, Hips and Fingertips.” Jan connects to her readers through erotic sensuality and imagery which is how Lips, Hips, and Fingertips transcends atypical erotica writings. Her journey has taken her from the historic halls of the iconic Johnson Publishing empire, where she was a writer of children’s stories for Ebony Jr! Magazine to the reveled corridors of Gary, Indiana’s City Hall, where she worked for the Honorable Mayor Richard G. Hatcher, the first Black mayor of a major metropolitan city. Jan is positively navigating, what she calls, “her path” as a healer, writer, and a fictional storyteller and Lips, Hips, and Fingertips is a marvelous debut integrating each of those qualities.
As an herbalist and now author, Ms. Lowery recognizes natural remedies, like great literary works, takes patience and time to prepare and produce. Her quest toward published authorship began with the blessing of her father, a prominent minster in Gary, IN and an inspiring Oprah sponsored fan trip to Australia, which prompted the publishing of Lips, Hips, and Fingertips. This life changing experience challenged Jan to pursue and live her dreams. Jan says she would have never published her book without Oprah and her inspiring words to them at their Ultimate Viewer Regatta Luncheon - “… Leave here with intention to do better, to live better, to love better, to be better and not lose the light of what this is all about … There is a regatta out there with your name on it - go out there and get it!”
Jan is single and resides in Atlanta, GA. She is already working on her next book. Please visit her website at www.janalowery.com.
Taroue W. Brooks
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