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I live in Cheshire with my husband, two dogs and a cat and write romantic humour. My first two books, Guess Who I Pulled Last Night? and No Bra Required both stayed at number 1 on the Amazon Humour list for 3 & 4 weeks respectively. My ambitions of becoming a writer started at the age of 10 when I started writing poetry at school, and was given the honour of reading one out to the rest of my year group (an horrific experience that I will never forget). Thankfully I have a wide variety of strange and wonderful people in my life, otherwise I'd be stuck on what to write about! I am currently talking to family and friends, finding out their innermost secrets in readiness for my next book.

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Nikki Ashton Adult Rock Stars books are a very popular genre at the moment, so I wanted to do something along those lines, but make it more or a romance. More…moreAdult Rock Stars books are a very popular genre at the moment, so I wanted to do something along those lines, but make it more or a romance. More chick-lit if you like. Plus I like a bad boy, and a tattooed one at that, so Luke was an ideal character for me to create. I think my next book may go back to 'the man next door' though as my last two have been about a famous footballer and a famous rock star.(less)
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“You want to see me to the door, Katie?”

“What, going so soon. You don’t want the chair and ropes brought in, or the lamp to shine in his face?”

“You know you’re not funny at all,” she huffed. “Now, are you going to see me out?”

“No, not really. You know where it is.”

She stared at me, her eyes wide.

“Oh,” I exclaimed. “You want to ask me about Dex instead of questioning him. You should have said so and then I could have told you it’s none of your business, he’s only here to help with my car.”
Nikki Ashton, Pelvic Flaws

“What can I do for you?”

I had no idea why he’d want to speak to me, but my heart was thudding and the butterflies in my stomach were going crazy.

“Well,” he began. “I was wondering if you’d come to dinner with me.”

“Me,” I gasped.

Dex chuckled. “Yeah you, Katie.”

“Are you sure you mean me?”

He full on laughed. “Yeah, darlin’, I do mean you.”

“I…I don’t…I’d love to.”
Nikki Ashton, Pelvic Flaws
tags: dating

“Is seven-thirty okay?”

Was seven-thirty okay? Fuck yeah!

“Okay, seven-thirty it is then.”

“Oh shit, I said that out loud didn’t I?”

“Yeah, darlin’ you did.” Dex let out his rumbling laugh again. “But something you should know, Katie.”

“Yes.”

“I’m just as eager to see you too.”

It was at that point I did a little jig on the spot.”
Nikki Ashton, Pelvic Flaws
tags: dates

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“You want to see me to the door, Katie?”

“What, going so soon. You don’t want the chair and ropes brought in, or the lamp to shine in his face?”

“You know you’re not funny at all,” she huffed. “Now, are you going to see me out?”

“No, not really. You know where it is.”

She stared at me, her eyes wide.

“Oh,” I exclaimed. “You want to ask me about Dex instead of questioning him. You should have said so and then I could have told you it’s none of your business, he’s only here to help with my car.”
Nikki Ashton, Pelvic Flaws

“Is seven-thirty okay?”

Was seven-thirty okay? Fuck yeah!

“Okay, seven-thirty it is then.”

“Oh shit, I said that out loud didn’t I?”

“Yeah, darlin’ you did.” Dex let out his rumbling laugh again. “But something you should know, Katie.”

“Yes.”

“I’m just as eager to see you too.”

It was at that point I did a little jig on the spot.”
Nikki Ashton, Pelvic Flaws
tags: dates

“Bloody hell,” Charlie gasped. “That’s twenty-five quid each, Isaac.”

“Language.”

“Shit.” Isaac blew out a breath. “A hundred quid, Mum.”

“Isaac, language.”

“Hey no,” Dex said, holding up a hand. “I mean a hundred each. I could use these as stencils. At this size I could pretty much charge double that, if not more, each time they’re used. Probably twice again if they have them in colour.”

The three of us looked at Dex in awe. He wanted to buy my talented boy’s drawings for a hundred pounds each.

“Well?” I prompted.

“Fuck yeah.”

“Language,” I said, barely above a whisper, still in a state of shock.

“It’s a deal.” Dex grinned. “Speaking of which, I said I’d show you my designs, but I gotta be honest, I’m not sure they’re as good as these.”

“Oh fuck,” I muttered.

“Language,” Charlie cried.

As Dex stripped off his shirt, I genuinely thought I heard a choir of angels sing and saw a shaft of light shine through the darkness outside and into my lounge.

There was only one word for what I was looking at – wondrous. He could honestly market himself as a tourist attraction and sell tickets.”
Nikki Ashton, Pelvic Flaws

“What can I do for you?”

I had no idea why he’d want to speak to me, but my heart was thudding and the butterflies in my stomach were going crazy.

“Well,” he began. “I was wondering if you’d come to dinner with me.”

“Me,” I gasped.

Dex chuckled. “Yeah you, Katie.”

“Are you sure you mean me?”

He full on laughed. “Yeah, darlin’, I do mean you.”

“I…I don’t…I’d love to.”
Nikki Ashton, Pelvic Flaws
tags: dating




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