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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Blog Tour: What I Really Learned in College by Addison Winters

What I Really Learned in College

With Honors #1

By- Addison Winters

Release Date- July 14th, 2014

Publisher- Booktrope Entice

Alex Rose is a 32-year-old divorced mother of two, looking for a better life for her and her sons. In search of answers, she returns to college to finally get that degree she’s always dreamed of. What she finds is something she wasn’t even looking for.

Mason Brooks is every girl’s dream: 21 years old, tall, with dirty blond hair that curls when it’s wet, sea-blue eyes, and dimples. Hot, sexy…and deliciously na├»ve and innocent.

Enter a tantalizing world where an average soccer mom utilizes her newfound knowledge of psychology to make life just a little more interesting. Follow along as Alex educates Mason on the art of seducing and pleasing a woman. Take notes as she introduces him to a whole new level of intensity and sexual pleasure. Study the sensual art of tantric sex as Alex creates her own style of silk and lace female dominance.

This little tryst will never survive past college–but Alex is determined to enjoy it the fullest while it lasts.


And now please enjoy this excerpt from What I Really Learned in College

I wish I could say that it was easy or that college was everything I had dreamed about and that first semester went off without a hiccup. I could say that, but I’d be lying. It was hard. So freaking damn hard. There were times when all I wanted to do was quit and return to my mind-numbing day job. Some night I would stare at my assignments and cry because I was never going to understand the material no matter how many times I read it.

There were times that I truly hated the younger students in my classes who picked up the material easily, who never opened a book and aced every exam without ever studying. It didn’t seem fair. I busted my ass late at night after I’d cooked and cleaned up dinner and helped my boys with their homework. There were more sleepless nights than I cared to count.

But I hung in there, if only for the fact that I wanted better for my children. I wanted them to be able to say that their mother was a college graduate and had a meaningful job that earned more than peanuts. I would look at them after they’d fallen asleep and think to myself that they deserved better than this…better than what I was providing for them.

About the Author-

Addison Winters graduated from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis with a BS in psychology. She loves music, can be found “dancing” around her house when no one’s home, and is notorious for blowing the speakers out on her car. She’s been known to surprise her children with Jell-O balloon fights and to pull “devious” pranks on her friends. Addison enjoys playing basketball and softball and is proud to be the team captain for the Happy Hooters in the Striking Out Cancer, annual Ladies Softball Tournament. She is also an avid reader and enjoys spending time in her gardens and with her family. She and her husband, Monte, have three children, three puppies, and an oversized cat. They reside in Indiana.


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