We’re happy to celebrate the release of Compulsive Desires, an adult contemporary romance novel by author Ava Catori!
About Compulsive Desires
Sophie Samuels was in love. Well, okay, maybe it was lust, but who wouldn’t be? Bear Trevor, the Bear Trevor, famous adventurer and male model had just fallen in her lap.
It started with a conversation, and then a wicked one night stand, but now Bear was asking for more. The only problem was that Sophie was confused by what she was feeling.
Were her growing feelings real, or was she simply infatuated with the handsome star? Sifting through the details of their fling, Sophie is forced to admit her new obsession may be just that – an obsession. Can Bear convince Sophie that they could be much more together, or will Sophie realize it’s not love after all?
Ava Catori spends her days tied to her keyboard, being happiest there. With a passion for storytelling, she gets lost in the details of building characters and analyzing their thoughts. With a conversational tone, she entertains with fast, fun reads. There’s nothing she likes more than putting a couple together, only to tear them apart so they can find their way back to one another.
Ava resides in New Jersey, but sneaks away to Florida as often as she’s able. She’s happily married to a patient man, who has the ability to sustain long hours of rambling thoughts spilling from her non-stop. With the company of three dogs and a cat, she sets her writing schedule around their inability to coordinate their potty breaks.
To see what’s next, be sure to visit AvaCatori.com
Read an Excerpt!
“It’s all work when it comes down to it,” he said. His phone buzzed again. “Oh, one sec,” and then he proceeded to have a texting conversation with Bijou right through dinner. When the photographer showed up, I leaned out of the way for the pictures.
What started off as cool and interesting was slowly becoming annoying. He was here to have dinner with me, but his focus was on his phone and the actress from Port Richmond. I said something before thinking, “Hey, I get that you’re excited about this, but you’re out to dinner with me. Do you think I could get a minute of your time?”
“I’m sorry,” he said his phone buzzing again. “One more minute,” he said glancing down.
I wasn’t sure what to do, but I was certain he’d gone past the acceptable time limit of me being patient. I felt alone eating dinner, even though he was right there beside me. I finally spit out the words I was thinking. “It’s just kind of rude.” Crap, did I just say that out loud! My eyes went wide, realizing the words actually came out.
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