Today is Opening Day for Mindy Klasky’s PERFECT PITCH, a hot contemporary romance, the first volume in her Diamond Brides Series. Who could resist a story like this:
Reigning beauty queen Samantha Winger is launching her pet project, a music program for kids. All she has to do is follow the pageant’s rules—no smoking, drinking, or “cavorting” in public. That’s fine, until D.J. Thomas—God’s gift to baseball—throws her a wild pitch. He slams her in an interview, and the video goes viral. Sam’s no shrinking violet. She parlays D.J.’s apology into a national T.V. appearance—and a very unexpected, very public kiss. Soon, paparazzi catch the couple in a steamy make-out session, and Sam’s music program is on the block. The blazing hot relationship is threatened even more when D.J.’s son begs to trade in Little League for music class. Can Sam and D.J. sizzle past the sour notes and find their perfect pitch?
Read an excerpt from Perfect Pitch HERE!
This short novel is a perfect way to celebrate spring! Buy your electronic or print copy HERE today!
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Thank you to Mindy for letting me help her celebrate today! Good luck and Go Nats!
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Hello friends! So it’s technically spring (we’re just going to ignore the snow storm that rolled through here yesterday and left everything all nice and wintery looking), and that means all things new, warm and sexy. Right? To celebrate all these romantic spring notions, I’ve got a special tease for you from my critique partner’s brand new release, Desperate Match, that came out yesterday! It’s the 5th book in Lynne’s Coded for Love series and if you like the idea of a secluded campus filled with enhanced alpha male soldiers and a breeding program, then all I have to say is “You’re welcome”… Here is a short, hot snippet from Lynne Silver’s Desperate Match starring Rowan, the only Program soldier to ever officially request a breed match and Jill, a woman on the run…
Finally he stood. “Look, Jill, this has been nice getting to know you, but I think we’re wasting our time. It’s clear I make you uncomfortable, so I’ll let you leave without forcing the issue.” He turned to go, telling himself not to let the disappointment crush him. Jill was only the first attempt. There’d be others. “Bye.”
“Wait,” she said, and it was a cry so desperate it had him spinning back around. “Don’t go. I’ll do better.”
He spun slowly back to face her. “It’s not a test. Well, it is, but it’s not one we control. Either we feel something or we don’t.”
“And you don’t,” she said in a quiet tone he had to strain to hear.
“I didn’t say that. You feel something, but it’s obvious it’s the opposite of what you should be feeling, which is turned on.”
“That’s not true. I think you’re a very handsome man.” She started to unbutton the cardigan again, and he found himself helpless to stop her.
She stripped off the cardigan, which was a shade between brown and vomit, revealing a thin pale pink T-shirt underneath. Thin enough he could see she wore no bra.
“What are you doing, Jill?” He finally found his voice.
“I did a little reading about this place,” she said. “Sex is the true test, right? We’ll know if we’re a match if we have sex.”
So what do we think? Does this potential match have a fighting chance? If you’d like to spend more time with Rowan and his cohort, you can do that here!
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Hello friends! Today erotic romance writer, Doris O’Connor, is back for a visit! She has not only brought her newest with her, Through the Dom’s Lens, but also happily agreed to answer a few questions for us. Thank you,Doris, and enjoy, Everyone!
Doris: It shows the relationship between Sally and her sister, and sets up the story. And it’s simply put what jumped into my head one morning when I woke up with the idea. Still makes me smile. :-)
Carlene: What is one awesome thing about where you’re at in life right now?
Doris: Living my dream of writing, and my awesome super supportive hubby/Sir.
Carlene: My favorite part of a book is what the characters say to each other. What is your favorite exchange of dialogue in your book and why do you love it?
Doris: This one: Continue Reading