Congratulations Contest Winner

My Sizzling Summer Contest Part II closed out on Saturday, and wow, what a fun time we had recalling all those great summertime favorite things to do, past and present.

My randomly picked winner is Beverly G. Beverly, hon, shoot me an email at with your snail mail addy, and I’ll get your signed copy of Bound to Please out ASAP.

New contest starts as of now through July 31st. To enter, simply post a reply to the following new contest question:

What is your most embarrassing (or triumphant) summertime moment?

Maybe you untied your bikini top to get than line-less tan and some bad boys dropped ice cubes on your back–with an embarrassing result. Maybe you were said bad boy (or girl) in that scenario. Here at we don’t judge, but we do have us some fun and with summer slipping by way too fast, I want to hold on to the sizzle for as long as I can.

So c’mon over and yes, talk to me. 😉


PS Twelve Nights, the sequel to Bound to Please, is due out this December. Check back here for sneak peaks, cover art and miscellaneous goodness…

5 thoughts on “Congratulations Contest Winner

  1. Ok, I’m going to try again. I’m Bound to Win eventually! Let’s see – embarrassing moments. In summer. Nothing springs to mind. (Or summers to mind, I guess.) Except, maybe, in retrospect, those 80s silver parachute pants and the Rick Springfield haircut! But it seemed like a good idea at the time.

    Triumphant? I sold my first book in the summer. My first kiss was in the summer. (Also second kiss, third, fourth … ok, I admit I soon lost count.) Does that qualify? What am I saying — this is a romance author’s blog, of course it does!

  2. Oh, Dan, Rick Springfield, you are so taking me back. I can almost taste the Bonnie Belle strawberry-flavored “lip smacker,” the clove cigarettes, and yes the delicious repetitious strains of “Jesse’s Girl” played again and again (and again) because when you’re a One Hit Wonder, you’ve only got so much vocal range and so many guitar chords with which to work.

  3. Well, one of my most triumphant summertime moments must have been when I traded bunch of plastic beads (can you believe it?) for a huge amount of yarn. Now I’m trying to find someone who would need some knitted clothes and other stuff for Barbie dolls (I got tired of knitting mittens and socks).

  4. When I originally commented I clicked the -Notify me when new feedback are added- checkbox and now each time a remark is added I get 4 emails with the identical comment. Is there any means you possibly can remove me from that service? Thanks!

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