If you’re in Dallas/North Texas/driving distance, come see me at Adventures in Fiction this Saturday, February 15. Here’s a link to the site: Adventures in Fiction.
Where: InterContinental Hotel, Addison, TX
When: Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.
Why: BOOKS! AUTHORS including Rachel Caine, Jill Shalvis,, Lorraine Heath, so…so many! And me. Click the link to see the list. Seriously. Do it. I can wait right here.
I’ll have Stuck on You, Can’t Help Falling in Love, and Santa, Bring My Baby back as well as my newest book, A Minute on the Lips. PLUS THERE’S MORE! IT SLICES, IT DICES, IT JULIENNES…wait, that’s a different commercial. MORE FREEBIES!! What? YES! BOOKS*. And candy*. I know what works.
*while supplies last and all.
Come see me.
Last year, Kiss Me released on February 5, leading me down the merry rocking and rolling Elvisy path to Stuck on You, Can’t Help Falling in Love, and Santa, Bring My Baby Back. What a great year it’s been! To celebrate, I’ve got this neat giveaway. The contest runs until February 17 (and is just the first one…I have more…mwa-ha-ha!) The Rafflecopter link is HERE: a Rafflecopter giveaway
CLICK TO ENTER!
WHAT YOU COULD WIN:
Signed copy of Santa, Bring My Baby Back, Elvis bag, Manicure set, 3 bottles of nail polish, Nail decals, Two sets of Incoco nail strips (Pink Polka Dots Sweetie Pie and First Crush)
(Available now. Amazon Link:::Barnes and Noble Link:::Indiebound Link)
All the way around the pool area with its cheery inflatable snowmen and flashing candy canes and down the long hallway decorated with album covers and three different themed Christmas trees, Grace rehearsed her lines in her head. She was going to need a job, a place to stay, and some time to pay her hotel bills. Checking all three off the list might take some finesse.
Grace paused in the doorway of Viva Las Vegas to give her eyes a chance to adjust to the change from the bright lobby to the darker restaurant. Her first impressions were of lush plants—a theme at the hotel—and some rocking Elvis tune competing with the clinks of silverware on plates and low conversations. A very cute, very young hostess dressed as a showgirl in Santa’s workshop pointed her toward the bar. When Grace dumped all her baggage in a seat and draped the dress over the top, she noticed Charlie, but he didn’t look up from his plate.
Thanks to his concentration, Grace had a chance to observe him before she announced her presence. His crisp white dress shirt and black tie were covered by a large cloth napkin, which might also be a tablecloth in real life. She appreciated his broad shoulders and the flex of muscles in his back as he twisted on the seat. The edges of his sleeves were white flashes as he made steady progress of clearing his plate with quick bites, not like he was in a hurry, but took pride in efficient operation. And his long legs were propped up on the brass footrest that ran along the bottom of the bar. His slicked back black hair was probably the stillest part of his body. Charlie seemed capable. Strong. Solid. For some reason, she had the urge to wrap her hand around his arm and maybe rest her head on his shoulder.
Not exactly what she expected from a man with rock-star good looks and enough gunk in his hair to preserve his style in a tornado.
She patted her own, slightly crunchy updo and decided to give him props for that. It showed commitment.
When he’d opened her dressing room door, the first thing she saw were his dark brown eyes. For a minute, she’d been frozen by the connection. Then she’d noticed his Elvis-like hair and had to wonder what his story was.