Melt in Your Mouth – Book 1 in Mocha Magic series

Melt in Your Mouth
270 Pages
ISBN 978-1-5092-1315-3

After her parents are forced to sell their bakery due to the economy, Elizabeth Carpelli wants security, and that means a dependable man with a college education and a stable job. No matter that her degree in marketing is being wasted in a coffee shop. She wants it all. But then, with the help of her boss, and the most deliciously sensual chocolate, she discovers lust beyond her wildest dreams in a no-commitment arrangement with an uber fit carpenter—a blue collar worker.

Having his heart ripped in two by a cheating fiancée, Hank Lehman wanders into Mocha Magic to drown his sorrows in a steamy black brew. When the sweet and sassy barista gives him an offer he can’t refuse, chocolate body paint and a canvas of silky flesh with no strings attached, it may just help him forget his past and turn his future toward a more tasty adventure.

Skye Kohl

About Skye Kohl (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Author)

Skye Kohl

Skye Kohl is the pen name for two writers: Felicia Browell and Laura Stember. We collaborate on each story to develop, write, edit, and ensure accurate tie-ins with the other books. We also share responsibilities for website content and updates, occasionally drink beer together, sample new coffee drinks, and explore Lawrenceville as part of our story development.

Felicia: I have been writing since high school, and have been a technical writer and editor for almost thirty years. I'm married, have two kids, three and a half cats, and when I'm not working, spending time with family, or writing, I love practicing martial arts, fusing glass, making jewelry, gardening, and shooting and hunting. I authored five editions of a successful collectibles encyclopedia, several articles, a local small town's centennial photo book, have had poetry published, and edits theses and dissertations for fun.

Laura: I live on twelve wooded acres where I raise chickens, ducks, a dog, three cats, parakeets, and a chinchilla, along with a daughter. In my spare time, I volunteer as a mentor with several local organizations and serve on the board of an adoption organization. I plan to one day run a peer-to-peer mentoring organization for middle grade students.