Thanks to everyone for stopping by the blog this week. My featured guests next week include best-selling historical romance author Deanne Gist and the acclaimed Regency-set historical romance author Katharine Ashe. Don’t miss them!
Do you like contemporary romance that’s sexy, funny, and still has a lot of warmth? Then you’ll love my featured author today. She’s Jenna Bayley-Burke, and she writes for Mills & Boon and Samhain Publishing.
Sounds like my kind of book! Cooking Up A Storm followed, along with several single title romances from Samhain. All of Jenna’s books got great reviews, emphasizing her smart, sexy writing, appealing characters, and humorous elements. Here’s what what RT Book Reviews had to say about Jenna’s bestselling romance, Compromising Positions:
“This thoroughly enjoyable romantic comedy has likable characters and a smart, spitfire heroine…Bayley-Burke delivers a really fun read.”
Luckily for her readers, Jenna has two new books out right now. The first is an e-book called For Kicks.
Here’s the book blurb:
Breeze Cohen senses something is missing from her life, but her career doesn’t leave time for anything but retail business strategy—particularly the upcoming product launch for her cornerstone client, Nitrous.
No way is she going to let live-for-the-moment Logan Chandler tarnish her professional reputation. Even if the ex-athlete poster boy for Nitrous makes her heart pound like she’s run a marathon.
After surviving a near-fatal accident, Logan doesn’t want to waste a minute of life. It’s meant to be lived, ravished, enjoyed—and there’s no one he’d like to ravish more than Breeze. There’s a deep pool of mutual desire beneath her icy façade. He can feel it every time they touch.
When a training snafu at Nitrous launches Breeze into damage control, Logan is ready and waiting to lace up and take her for a run on the wilder side—if he can catch her.
Warning: Side effects may include a desire to melt chocolate with body heat, spontaneous phone sex, and an intense drive to find loopholes in your workplace fraternization policy.
Romance Divas calls this book: “a little spicy, a little sweet, and very fulfilling.”
Jenna’s other book is Private Scandal, which is out in print.
This book got 4-1/2 stars from RT Book Reviews, who called it “as juicy as a soap opera and more fun than a day at the beach!”
Here’s the blurb for Private Scandal:
Three months ago, Megan Carlton had the world on a string. That was before the man she loved took over her family’s hotel business and wiped out a family fortune it had taken generations to build. And before she caught him kissing another woman.
Her only solace: the secrecy of their affair saved the family from public scandal, and kept her embarrassment private. Meanwhile, with a mountain of self-confidence to rebuild, she trades her Manolos and late-night parties for coffee-stained sneakers and early morning barista shifts.
Brandon Knight had everything he ever wanted—then the woman of his dreams disappeared without one word of explanation. When he finds Megan serving coffee, he wonders if the socialite is suffering from amnesia. A hot venti to the chest proves she recognizes him. But she’s got the situation—and him—all wrong. All he has to do now is prove it.
For my readers today, Jenna is giving away a copy of Private Scandal (I really want to read this one!). To be eligible to win, just leave a comment. Since Jenna’s heroine in this book is a barista, let’s talk coffee. What’s your favorite coffee drink? Do you like a mocha latte, a soy latte, or just a plain old cup of coffee? Or maybe you prefer tea? Whatever, let us know what’s your choice of hot beverage. One person who comments will win a copy of Jenna’s book.