Friday, May 22, 2015

A Hot Kiss from a Hot #boxedset! (#99cents #romance #kindle)

The Book Boyfriend Cafe's first boxed set is a runaway bestseller, and of course I'd like to think that my contribution makes all the difference.

Today in the BBC's blog hop we highlight something we all dream of: The Hot Kiss.

Here's a hot kiss from Fashion Victim, my novel in the BBC's Summer Lovin' boxed set:

Slipping his hand over my nape and into my hair, he eased my head back, tilting my chin toward his lips. Our eyes met. His gaze was gentle, yet mesmerizing. His other hand trailed along my collarbone, exploring the neckline of the poet’s blouse.
My skin tingling, I sucked in a breath.
He teased one button out of its hole and helped another slip free, then slid one finger between my breasts.
The tingle became a sizzle. I lifted my face toward his and we kissed.           
Heaven, the warmth of his mouth on mine. Then a more intense pleasure as our lips opened, and we began to soul-kiss as naturally as children licking lollipops.
I grabbed his lapels to bring him in closer. Our tongues met in a languorous
dance, and my sex-starved imagination took flight. I pictured myself seated on him in the comfortable old chair, my legs spread wide over the padded arms, while he rocked in and out of me, deeper and deeper, his golden eyes, reaching inside me, deeper and deeper…
My body clenched with need, and my hips involuntarily bucked. A husky moan broke from his throat. Jolted out of my x-rated fantasy, I pulled away.

He looked as startled as I was. He’d shared my intensity, and I knew he’d been as shaken as I by the kiss.

Here's what the book is about:
Hot isn't a hot enough word to describe corporate raider Fletcher Wolf, but since he's suing couturier Cara Fletcher for, oh, a gazillion dollars, she figures she shouldn't hit on him…at least not too hard.
On top of that, she wonders if he's responsible for the harassment and vandalism that's plaguing her, irritants that escalate into crimes when her workshop is trashed to the tune of a hundred thousand dollars. The economic damage enables him to seize her company, bringing him into her life on a daily basis. When her Manhattan loft home is torched and her assistant murdered, Cara realizes that the man she wants is the only man who can keep her safe.

       Here's what others have said about Fashion Victim:

“...delightful romantic suspense...”
~Publisher’s Weekly, 12/6/10

“Enjoyable inside view of the fashion world...”

~Kirkus, 10/8/10

“mixes sex, danger and fashion...will appeal to readers of Janet Evanovich...” 

 ~ Booklist, 12/1/10

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