Sorry, where are my manners. I've not made you feel welcome yet, have I? Settle in, my darlings. I've made the place as festive as I could and have been mixing Mac's favorite drink--martinis--in various flavors. She's more traditional while I like a pomegranate martini. I've got chocolates galore, too. So grab a glass and a little ol' saucer to fill with some delights.
V, you’re an angel, a queen, a goddess! Hell, you rock! I can’t thank you enough for swinging open the door on your beautiful blog to help me celebrate the release of my Honky Tonk Hearts romance, A Song for Sophie.
It seems I’ve been waiting forever to let Beau and Sophie loose on the world of romance. I’m stoked their story is finally here and available. I’ve been so looking forward to introducing them to old friends and new. I should be happy dancing, right? I should be walking on the clouds, don’t you think? I should be toasting my characters with a crisply chilled martini… and I would be, if the fates didn’t decide that on the day I celebrate the long awaited release of Sophie and Beau’s story, I should also experience a long evaded procedure even hypochondriacs avoid.
Yep, that’s right. As you all party hardy with the fabulous V, toasting laid off, neurotic history teacher, Sophie and her plan to snag herself a man from among country music’s bad boy’s, all male crew, I’m out cold with my naked butt in the air. At this very moment, a manic photographer with MD after his name is snapping pics of my colon. Ewww! His mother must be so proud.
Oh, dear, you're the second guest for one of my release day parties who had to go for a colonoscopy on the same day as my party. I...ah...I'm beginning to feel like a bit of a butt-jinx. Meanwhile, I'm sending Calvin out on an ice cream run. You might not feel up to consuming anything heavy, but a few bites of ice cream surely wouldn't hurt.
Ladies, even though Mac won't be here for a while, we'll toast her with a martini or three, and being the friends that we are, we'll have a nibble of chocolate in her honor.
Jobless, practically homeless, and tired of being manless, Sophie Taylor jumps at the chance to be Beaumont Walker’s personal assistant. Six weeks on the road with country music’s bad boy—and, more importantly, his all-male crew—is the perfect opportunity to change her life.
Ohhhh, I love the blurb, don't you? It's very intriguing. Calvin's back from his ice cream run. He says he's got plenty of frozen chocolate for Mac when she's able to check in. Bless his heart, he got her some flowers, too.
Anyone care for another martini before we take a look at her excerpt? Oh, and if you care for ice cream yourself, Cal brought home plenty. He says the fruit makes it a healthy treat. Don't you love a man who knows how to justify?
Well now, I'd say Beau's got his hands full with Sophie. Whoot! I do love sexual fireworks, don't you? Mac's book is part of the popular Honky Tonk Hearts series.
My friends call me Mac. I hope you will too.