Constant Craving: Book One

Constant Craving Book 1

by Tamara Lush

Indie Published

Contemporary Romance

December 22, 2018

Available in: Audio, e-Book, Trade Size (reprint)

Constant Craving: Book One
by Tamara Lush

To save her business, she’ll trade every last inch of her body.

Justine’s passion is journalism, and her family’s newspaper may be the only way to save it. And with the company on the edge of collapse, she begs a private equity group for help. But she didn’t realize her rich Cuban ex Rafael was the one in charge, and she never expected his 30-day indecent proposal…

Forced to do anything her handsome former lover wants, Justine’s taken by surprise when their passion reignites in a fiery blaze. Unsure if Rafael wants romance or revenge, she can’t stop herself from wanting to give their relationship a sizzling second edition.

Will Justine’s deal backfire or lead to a lifetime of lust?

Constant Craving: Book One is the first installment in the Craving contemporary romance trilogy. If you like smoking-hot chemistry, smart-sexy characters, and second-chance love, then you’ll adore Tamara Lush’s steamy novel. There is a cliffhanger.

A 2018 RWA Rita® Finalist!

Originally published November 2017 in eBook.



Tamara Lush's Bio

Tamara Lush writes sexy books for sharp women. Her recent book, Constant Craving, was a 2018 RWA RITATM Finalist in erotic romance. In 2017, she was one of 24 writers awarded the Amtrak Writer’s Residency, and she rode around the United States on a train while finishing Constant Craving. Buzzfeed said the book is “the perfect read for when even chocolate can’t satisfy your cravings.” Scandalicious called the book “smart smut,” with “diversity, a hero you love to hate and a kinky heroine.” She’s married to an Italian and lives near a beach in Florida. Tamara’s a fan of vintage pulp fiction book covers, Sinatra-era jazz, 1980s fashion, tropical chill, kombucha, gin, tonic, seashells, iPhones, Art Deco, telenovelas, coloring books, street art, coconut anything, strong coffee and newspapers. photo credit: Jenna Letham Photography