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Beautiful Betrayal: A forbidden love affair.

Sexy-minded bookworms with a taste for twisted, dark deceit climb aboard this train wreck romance!

Alex Elliott and Susan Arden rock your world full-tilt!
Romance readers, if you have a sinful side that needs to be freed,
come on. Beautiful Betrayal is an enemies-to-lovers romance but it's so much more. This series promises to be nothing like you're ever going to read. It crosses a line and draws from experience.
One writer spent time in D.C.
The other has first-hand knowledge of the underground world... don't ask. It was a long time ago.

Originally posted online in 2014.
Within a couple of months it gained 180,000 reads
and over 1,650+ reviews.

Published briefly as Dirty Little Secrets in 2015
the series was reworked to include the family and the hero's history.
It's back as the bestselling Beautiful Betrayal series.

Beautiful Betrayal series is guaranteed to blow your mind!

Let's clarify by what we mean dirty: the man's done things. Bad boy: he's inked, pierced, and uses semi-automatic weapons with finesse.

When we say suspense, we're talking victims, executions, elections,
murder, money, fast cars, private jets, elite lifestyles,
Irish Mob
Calabria mafia
power, pain.
Don't be fooled by others supposed dirty political romances.
Senator Atticus Damian Stone is the original bad boy in D.C.

In truth, he's smoke & mirrors. A sham. Atticus is broken. He's done enough to require a bodyguard. Stone doesn't pretend to be a saint. That would be his uncle. 

Stone's a congressman with a taste for dirty, dark... hair-pulling action. He's met his match in a woman who has secrets to hide. Phoenix X O'Malley hails from a family running a savage game to win at any cost. Beware of pastels and pearls and a summer on the Cape. It's a prison sentence to 'X' and one she's about to escape.

Powerful people will topple. Dynasties will battle like Titans. When the dust clears, the truth will hobble a nation.

Make no mistake, there's only one SENATOR series. It's Dirty Little Secrets all grown up into a true romance suspense series.

If you're a member of Kindle Unlimited, read it for #FREE.

Amazon Link ~ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JSCYJG6#nav-subnav

This might be for you! The Paris Review is hiring: Senior Editor and Intern

About The Paris Review


Senior Editor

The Paris Review is seeking a senior editor for Web and print. Duties will include:
• helping to assign, edit, and write posts for The Paris Review Daily
• helping to copyedit, fact-check, and produce the print edition of The Paris Review
• overseeing special projects
Applicants must be strong writers with:
• at least three years’ editorial experience
• deep knowledge of modern and contemporary fiction and journalism
• working knowledge of InDesign and WordPress
• excellent copyediting skills
• broad cultural interests
• a voice and sensibility that complement the magazine
Although the bulk of the job will be writing and editing online, ours is a small office that requires teamwork and encourages personal initiative. Experience in IT and graphic design is a plus.
Please send a résumé and cover letter to jobs@theparisreview.org. No phone inquiries please.

Editorial Internship

The Paris Review offers editorial internships on a rolling basis. The internship requires a full-time commitment, five days a week. On your application please clearly indicate your desired starting date. Your application must be postmarked at least two months before that date. The one exception: applicants for a summer internship must have their applications postmarked by February 1.
Each internship lasts between three and four months, affording interns the opportunity to participate in a full production schedule. Interns participate in every step of the production process, from the solicitation of material to editorial meetings, fact-checking, proofreading, and distributing copies. More regular duties include reading fiction and nonfiction manuscripts, tracking submissions, maintaining office databases, and helping to keep our busy office organized.
Paris Review internships are a great introduction to the literary world. Past graduates have gone on to find work at a wide range of literary agencies, publishing houses, magazines, and newspapers, among them HarperCollins, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Simon and Schuster, The Gernert Agency, The Wylie Agency, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and The Wall Street Journal. Others have gone on to enjoy successful freelance careers as editors and writers.
Prospective interns must have completed their junior year in college. College applicants are encouraged to negotiate with their college registrar’s office to receive academic credit for their internships. We do not sponsor visas. At this time, the Paris Review internship is unpaid.

To Apply

Send a cover letter stating your desired starting date and explaining your interest in The Paris Review, along with your résumé and two or three nonfiction writing samples (preferably essays relating to a work of literature or reader’s reports) totaling no more than fifteen pages, to:
Attn: Stephen
The Paris Review544 West 27th Street
New York, NY 10001

Acquisitions Editor Job Opening at Amazon Publishing Romance

Date Posted:1/9/2016
Job Snapshot 


Job Description
Amazon Publishing is seeking an innovative, passionate, market-savvy Editor to acquire exceptional romance books. You will be responsible for discovering and acquiring exceptional content, managing author relationships, and collaborating with marketing, publicity, production, and author relations teams to deliver quality books and world-class author experiences. This is a multi-faceted job in a start-up environment that requires flexibility, agility, and a sense of humor.
Position details:

Identify, evaluate, and develop submissions, projects, and proposals, including:

• Monitoring trend and sales data

• Working closely with authors to develop their work and careers

• Working closely with internal teams (e.g., production, marketing) to shepherd work from manuscript through publication and beyond

• Developing and maintaining strong relationships with literary agents

Basic Qualifications

• BA/BS Required
* 6 or more years of editorial and publishing experience
* Deep knowledge and enthusiasm for the genre (Romance)
* Demonstrated experience and successful track record working with authors and agents
* Superb written and verbal communication skills
* Strong analytical skills and the ability to use data to measure results
* A passion for readers and a great appetite for reading
* Ability to juggle multiple priorities and get things done in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

Preferred Qualifications

• Experience with digital content and formats
* Additional experience publishing in the genre
* 3+ years of People Management Experience.

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