Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Flirting With Disaster

The second book in my Tanner Creek series is out. Falling in love could be the very definition of a disaster.

BLURB

Brooke Hall has a foul-mouth and a quick temper, and she prefers a man who isn't afraid to get his hands dirty. In other words, everything an uptight book nerd like Dane Nichols isn't. He likes his women soft, mild-mannered, and traditional. That doesn't stop him from wanting her even though their verbal sparring is legendary in Tanner Creek. When an opportunity that will benefit both of their fledgling businesses comes along, they agree to join forces...albeit reluctantly.

It doesn't take long for Dane to see past Brooke's prickly exterior. Her intelligence and fierce loyalty to her friends and family makes him crave more than a hot, short affair despite the occasional sense of deja vu. He's had more than his fair share of tumultuous relationship where both parties were too stubborn to be vulnerable and honest.

Dane's smile is as quick as his wit, and Brooke can't seem to resist him...in or out of bed. When he drops his guard and makes a play for her heart, Brooke has to let go of the fear that all he wants to do is change her into his ideal woman.
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You can check out the book page on my blog to read the first chapter here. You can pick up a copy at these retailers:
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2 comments:

  1. What an AWWW!SOME opportunity
    to serve you on earth!

    Just a savvy lil' witty ditty
    on why we ROTE our 22 blogs:

    Faith, hope, and love -
    the greatest of these is love:
    jump into faith...
    and you'll see with love.
    Doesn’t matter if you don’t believe
    (what I write);
    God believes in you.
    God. Bless. You.

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  2. What an AWWW!SOME opportunity
    to serve you on earth!

    Just a savvy lil' witty ditty
    on why we ROTE our 22 blogs:

    Faith, hope, and love -
    the greatest of these is love:
    jump into faith...
    and you'll see with love.
    Doesn’t matter if you don’t believe
    (what I write);
    God believes in you.
    God. Bless. You.

    ReplyDelete