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Hello everyone! PRIDE Spotlights have started on Win’s Books. For the first two weeks of June, we will be showcasing LGBTQIA+ books, writers, authors, and characters. Today we have another book spotlight. A book spotlight is an interview done about an author’s current or soon-to-be-released book. It includes information about the book, its genre, where to buy it, and more. Now without further ado, let’s get to the Book Spotlight!  

Book Title:
Intoxic 

Intoxic book cover

Book Blurb:

Titan has it all. Fame. Money. Family. Drugs. Women. Greed. 

He’s been in a poly relationship with Sasha and Jackie since the three of them were in high school. It’s the only serious relationship he’s ever had…except for the one he currently has with Willow, a married woman who has his child. Titan’s top priority is to bring his two families together. That becomes troublesome when his secrets come to light. 

Sasha is all about her family. Making sure everyone is happy is all she cares about, so much so that she doesn’t see things for what they really are the way Jackie does. With Jackie at risk of going to prison and Titan’s actions crumbling what was once Sasha’s world, will she come out standing or lose herself in the chaos? 

Jackie is strong and independent. She loves hard and will do whatever it takes to protect her family. This includes executing her own brand of justice on those who do her loved ones wrong. What happens when the one doing the wrong is a loved one? Can she let it go or will it push her to go too far? 

Book Genre:

three men standing beside shutter door polyamorous

Poly Romance 

Book Price:

polyamorous couple standing beside shutter door

$15.99 

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Snippet from the book:

I hate that we have to visit our families separately like this. I would love to have Sasha and Zeus with me for family events, especially one like what I’m heading to. Sasha’s been my best friend since elementary school. And yes, we experimented with each other on the sex tip. To be honest, that’s an understatement. We were each other’s first lovers. We started messing around during freshman year in high school. 

People in high school knew, but our families were in the dark about the nature of our relationship until my grandmother was told about us. She tried her best to keep me and Sasha apart. She wasn’t going to raise no lesbian, as she used to say. It’s funny; I never considered myself a lesbian before then or even now. I’m human with desires like everyone else. I had crushes on guys, too, but Sasha and I grew to love each other beyond friends. I wasn’t going to give that up for anyone. Not even for the woman who raised me. 

That’s how I knew Titan was different. 

He wanted both of us. At first, I thought it was for the look and notoriety of being the dude at school to bag the lesbian best friends. You know, show-off-for-the-homies type of deal. Sasha fell for him before I did. It took longer to convince me. But damn, he was fine. Slim, muscular build, and black ink against caramel skin like the singer August Alsina. It was hard to ignore that imprint whenever he wore sweatpants or hoop shorts. 

He would never hang out with just one of us. It was always both of us together. If he had lunch money for one, he had it for both. Sasha nor I was ever left out. As far as he was concerned, we were a package deal. Our little rat pack did everything together. Wherever there was one, there were three. Eventually, he proved to me that he really wanted both of us for us, not to be the most envied guy of the school. He cared for us equally, and that eventually grew into love. 

There’s no rank. We’re all equals, even though Sasha will always be my first love. The three of us are a team. Also, Titan didn’t try to change me or intimidate me into submitting to him. I can be a bit much for men sometimes. I’m sure I’ve intimidated Titan a time or two over the years, and still, he lets me be me. Together the three of us have the best sex. 

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About the Author:

Porsha Deun 
Porsha Deun 

Born and raised in Flint, MI, Porsha Deun (pronounced like Dion) began to take her writing seriously in 2015. She started with Love Lost while unemployed after graduating from Davenport University with a B.B.A. in Accounting. Three years and two accounting jobs later, her debut novel, Love Lost, was published. Since then, she’s continued writing, publishing at least one book per year. Though romance is her first love, she has a passion for other genres, including fantasy and children’s books. 

Thank you all for reading and remember:

Live. Love. Laugh.

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