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Cover Reveal: Cherry Popper by Jade Sinner





Cherry Popper 
The Reckless Series Book 1
Jade Sinner 
Release Date: June 16th

My best friend’s little sister. That’s all Emma Briggs is to me.
I keep trying to convince myself that statement is true but it’s a lie.

It’s her face I see every time I close my eyes.
It’s her touch I yearn to feel.
It’s her lips I long to kiss.
It’s her cherry I want to pop.

We were separated by time and distance, but now she’s back in my life. And everything has changed.
Every. Thing. 

She’s no longer that kid tagging along behind me. The special bond I’ve shared with her—for as long as I can remember—has become something so different. Something so forbidden. Something so hot.

Desire is telling me to do it—to pop her cherry. It would be so easy to give in and take her because she'll feel so good. 

My best friend’s little sister is all grown up. And I want her. 
She. Will. Be. Mine.




ABOUT JADE SINNER:
Jade Sinner is two friends, two New York Times bestselling authors, and two chicks with a secret. We like to write sexy, dirty books—the kind of books that would make both of our mothers blush. Since we don't want to see that across the Thanksgiving dinner table, we came together and created Jade.

If you have a secret too—if you like to read books that make you not only blush but flush—if you like quick reads, hot guys, naughty love stories, super-steamy sex scenes, and the promise of always having an HEA (Happily Ever After) then we have the books for you.
We won't tell your secret if you don't tell ours...

Then again, if you like our books and you don't mind telling the world about our dirty little secret, by all means, please, share!
We promise to keep writing until we have enough to keep you and your friends busy with bookgasms late into the night!
You're welcome!

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