Campus Heat series by @mddalrymple has just enough sweet and just enough steam #romance #steamy

This college romance series has just enough sweet and just enough steam to keep you reading. Happily Ever After guaranteed!

Title: Charming

Series Title: Campus Heat

Author: M. D. Dalrymple

Genre: Campus Romance, New Adult Romance

Book Blurb:

Steamy college romance -- Can Coach Garcia be the man to fix my broken heart? ♥I’ve finally done it.♥

I gathered up my courage and kicked my gaslighting boyfriend to the curb.

Why now, when I’m supposed to find time for me do I bump into the hottest, most eligible bachelor on campus?

Why can’t I control myself around Coach Cole Garcia? Is he something more than just a way to get over my ex?

I never imagined my life would change as I walked across campus.

Until I run into the wild-haired writing professor.

She’s straight out of a relationship. I should leave her alone or risk being nothing more than a rebound.

If that’s the case, why can’t I leave her alone?

I won’t rest until I have her.


A tallish blond with a decent physique, at least what she could discern from the button down he wore — took the stage and belted out a decent rendition of Don’t Stop Believing. Mariah had loved it and ended up cheering louder than anyone else in the bar.

The three shots of Fireball hadn’t hurt either.

She got his number, made out with him in the parking lot, and called him later in the week.

Most of their dates had been to bars. That should have been her first clue.

But he was so sexy — with light eyes that squinted in a come-hither way that reached into her chest and squeezed her heart.

When was the last time she’d felt that with him? Mariah couldn’t recall.

And he had a great job, so he wasn’t leeching off her.

Slowly he’d started making requests of her, about her apartment or how she lived. And as much as she hated herself for it, she’d begun to walk on eggshells around him.

And they didn’t do anything together. They didn’t watch movies and eat popcorn on the couch. They didn’t go to any campus events, even though the music festivals were fun. They didn’t have long conversations late into the night. They’d eaten out together all of two times. No dates to the park, nothing. Was she overly romantic, or misguided to think that relationships should be more?

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Author Biography:

M.D. Dalrymple is an author, mom of five, and wife to her own Happily Ever After.

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Title: Tempting

Author: M. D. Dalrymple

Genre: Campus Romance, New Adult Romance

Book Blurb:

♥ We are nothing alike.♥

Tannis is everything I could only dream of. A tall, blond, handsome athlete.

What could he see in a studious tutor like me?

Yet, when he asks me out, I do something I don’t normally do.

I take a risk and say yes, knowing I can deny him nothing.

She’s so different from the women I typically date.

The women I’m encouraged to date.

But her dark hair and eyes are a mystery I want to explore.

And if my teammates don’t like her because she’s not a jock? Well, that’s just too bad.

Because I’ll burn the world to the ground to keep her.


“Tannis! I’m sorry. Am I late?”

Sabrina juggled her backpack and her purse, trying to check the time. Clocking in late would be the cherry on top of this miserable day.

“No, no. Class got out early, so you’re all good. Don’t apologize.”

He gave her one of his winning smiles, a smile straight from a toothpaste commercial. That, with his cinnamon-blond hair, sky-blue eyes, and his athletic physique, it was no wonder he was one of the most sought-after guys on campus. Either as a friend or to date.

And it fed the rumors that he was a thirst trap and a player.

The thirst trap she could understand. Too often she found herself daydreaming about him after their tutoring sessions, wondering if that amber sprinkle of freckles appeared elsewhere on his body.

But as a player? Sabrina didn’t have time for that. Plus, she wasn’t the popular, go-to-all-the-games-and-parties type, so she wasn’t his type.

Popular baseball players didn’t go for the smart girls.

She still admired his handsome body and the relaxed way he held himself. Christ, he didn’t have a care in the world.

Must be nice.

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