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Today's snippet comes from - Book 1 in the Celtic Cupid Trilogy!
Ping! The doors slid open to a tastefully furnished apartment. They drew apart, laughing shakily.
“How about a glass of wine to start with? I have red or white.” He walked, a little unsteadily she noticed, towards the kitchen and she followed.
Blame The Wine
Cara is stuck in a job going nowhere and a hankering for the sexy gorgeous boss who doesn’t even know she exists. Fate, in the guise of a temp position arrives… Where will it lead?
James is a geek. No other word could possibly describe him. He may be sexy and super brainy, but he’s totally clueless with women and especially the sexy plus size Cara. When his PA takes emergency leave before her wedding, the luscious Cara is the best applicant for the position and it’s an opportunity he can’t pass up.
Now it’s time for these two clueless, wannabe lovers get a little divine intervention.
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2019 has been a super busy year.
Apart from 6 re-releases, I've released 2 new-old books in paperback, add to that 2 all new releases and one coming next month and woah! I've been a busy busy girl.
Then last night I finally sent Miss Isabelle's Craving to my publisher (boy I hope she likes it) So with some luck 2020 is starting to fill.
All this adds up to a busy busy year. I also have another 3 fully completed manuscripts on my computer and 1 almost finished. (Some of these pieces are long term projects and others have been the work of not so long ago.)
Now, as we wind into NanoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) I'm turning my mind to what I want to write next. I honestly don't have a clue. I have several things to finish... I guess I could work on them, I have a final book in a trilogy to write (that might be fun... bring me more zombie fun!) or I could just hustle something new. But hey, that's how I roll coming into Nano.
So I thought it might be fun to see this years release list in full colour.
6 re-releases (paperback and ebook):
2 New in Paperback but already released as EBooks
3 All New Releases for 2019 (The last one releases in October 2019)
Today I thought I'd do something a little different. For those who haven't seen the new cover of Blame the Wine, I've embedded it down below as a Jigsaw puzzle. I hope you enjoy it!
There are no buy links yet - it releases in May but this is your first opportunity to see it live!
“I can do that, Mr Veha.” She nodded, looking down to escape his eyes, and saw that her skirt had ridden up slightly, showing the bottom of one garter clip, black like her outfit and stockings. She hoped he hadn’t seen it and got the wrong idea. Getting a promotion based on sex was not her idea of positive promotion.
Cara pushed the skirt hem back down. Sexy underwear was the one thing she would not give up just to be near him, even if it didn’t really go with the rest of her work clothing.
Nice of you to join me here. I can't believe I'm already up to releasing my first 2019 cover.
The funny thing is, this is the second incarnation of it. My wonderful Canadian cover artist - Fantasia Frog - created me an awesome cover. Then we discovered that the Darling Harbour, Sydney Opera House and Sydney bridge all have caveats. Now, we could have requested a dispensation but given time factors, we decided to rejig the cover. So here it is.
Remember, this book will go on Pre Order soon, so if you want to know more, sign up to my newsletter as I'll be including links there when it's uploaded and ready to go.
Expect to see it live in May 2019 and followed by A Stranger's Embrace and Revenge on Cupid. The paperback will release in August 2019.
Temptation and excitation... We've all been tempted to Blame The Wine!
“Can you press ten, please?” Her voice filled the air, its breathy quality heating him from within. He wanted to close his eyes as the pleasure curled through his gut.
“Sure.” He reached over to depress the button, watching her graceful movement towards the back of the cubicle, and he nearly fell over, losing his centre of balance with the heavy briefcase in one hand. He was such a klutz.
“Are you okay?” The concern in her voice called to him as he pressed the ‘close’ button. She touched him, offering support, but he shook his head in silence. Instead of being a friendly touch, they warmed him at the point of contact with a little zing of electricity. Oh God! Here he was with the woman he dreamed of and he still couldn’t get it together. His heart thudded. He wanted to close his eyes and cringe in embarrassment.
“Yeah, I just lost my balance a little.”