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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Author Spotlight: 'Tis the Season to Get Lucky By Heidi Rice

Hiya Everyone!!
Today is a day for an Author Spotlight featuring her to be released book: Tis the Season to Get Lucky By Heidi Rice!!
Check it out below!!
P.S. Giveaway at the end! GO, GO, GO!!

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‘Tis the Season to Get Lucky (A Baby It’s Cold Outside Novella) By Heidi Rice

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 58 pages
Release Date: November 2013
ISBN: 978-1-62266-356-9
Imprint: Indulgence
Synopsis:

Unlucky-in-love PR manager Kate Braithwaite doesn’t think her Christmas could get any suckier. Until a trip into work on Christmas Day leaves her snowbound in the Fifth Avenue department store with her boss’s far-too-tempting playboy son Ryder Sinclair. Ryder’s rugged, reckless and none too pleased to be stuck in a place he hates with an uptight workaholic like Kate—but as the night draws on, the lights go out and the temperature rises, until they’re both wondering is this the season to get lucky?


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Author Info:

USA Today bestselling author Heidi Rice lives in London and is married with two teenage sons (which gives her rather too much of an insight into the male psyche). She also works as a film journalist but loves being a romance writer because it involves sitting down at her computer each day and getting swept up in a world of high emotions, sensual excitement, smart feisty women, sexy tortured men and glamorous locations where laundry doesn’t exist … Not bad, eh.
Then she gets to turn off her computer and do chores (usually involving laundry!)
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**Excerpt**
Kate and Ryder are arguing, when the store’s lights go out and her most humiliating secret fear is revealed…
“See you around, Katherine,” he said, deliberately using her first name to annoy her as he stepped around the fallen debris to head toward the stairwell.
But as he passed her, there was a crackle of electricity, before the overhead lights flickered ominously and the whole store plunged into darkness.
“What the…?”
The swear word was cut in half by a strangled cry of distress next to his ear, and the grip of fingers clamping onto his forearm like a vise.
Please help me.? Kate swallowed convulsively, trying to stem the tide of terror as the dark rushed toward her and plowed into her chest, cutting off her air supply. Her fingers dug into the only solid thing she could find, and she held on for dear life.
“Breathe.” A voice low with tension came out of the black.
Her heart charged into her throat, strangling her, the fear so huge and all-encompassing she wasn’t sure she’d heard anything.
“What?” She didn’t recognize the high-pitched squeak as her own voice.
“Breathe, Katherine.” This time the disembodied voice snapped with command, and she sucked in a breath, pushed it out again. “That’s it, keep breathing,” came the next command. She struggled to repeat the process despite the burning pain in her lungs.
Then the still-solid thing shifted, and her fingers fisted in panicked reflex.
“Don’t go. Please don’t go. Don’t leave me here,” she begged, recognizing the thin, small, desperate voice of her childhood self, and shame engulfed her.
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**Giveaway**
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