Stephanie Beck’s Last Days of Summer Hop Aug 22-25

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Suggestive drink titles

Summer brings out the naughty in me, always has. I’m in Minnesota, so winter brings out the…sweatpants. Now, I find sweatpants and hot chocolate and long evenings by the fire to have their own charm, but summer sun is just so good! Here are a few summer drinks to try if you haven’t already. They get huge smirk points if you order them at the bar!

Between the Sheets

White rum, cointreau, lemon juice, cognac

Silk Panties

Vodka, peach schnapps, raspberry liquor


Mango rum, tequila, gin, vodka, mango juice

A few drinks to tickle your tastebuds! Have one with friends, or mix yourself up something delightful as you settle in for a summer read.

SB_Home to Hellas_NOLOGO

Home to Hellas

By Stephanie Beck

Jenn’s love of basketball and travel lead her to Greece, but only one man could keep her coming back. After sharing sexy summers with distinguished businessman Dorian Logos, Jenn returns for a seventh with more emotional baggage than she’d like, but her feelings for Dorian push her out of her comfort zone.

Dorian has loved Jenn for years, the young American delivering spice and sweetness during their weeks together. When she arrives in Hellas, limping from an injury, he quickly sees more than her knee is hurting. He wants his love to be enough to heal all ails, but it’s hard to show his love to a woman who can’t tolerate his touch. If he can help Jenn get well, he might be able to make their usual summer last and bring her home to Hellas forever.

Start your Home to Hellas visit now!


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That leaves one question WWYD?

What Would You Drink if you were in Greece with your lover?

Enter your answer in the comments and be sure to follow the Rafflecopter to enter for loads of fabulous prizes, including $10 Amazon/B&N giftcard, 1 of 3 swag bags, and an ebook of Home to Hellas

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About mahalia2010

Mother, Sister, Friend, Author

Posted on August 22, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Some fresh local fruit juice or tea sounds refreshing.

  2. I’m with you, Mary! In season fruit grown nearby is always the best!

  3. fruit juice

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