But this weekend was about more than just eating for me. Release day for REUNITED is quickly approaching and I spent the past few days finalizing blog posts for the blog tour. Speaking of, the tour kicks off today over at Cassandra Dean's blog. Stop by and comment for a chance to win a free copy of REUNITED.
That brings me to my next order of business. I'm excited to announce that the winner of Friday's Blog Hop is....Phuong P. aka bookfan0747! Yay! Phuong, your copy of REUNITED will be e-mailed to you soon. Thanks to everyone who commented and a huge double thanks to Jessica Subject for organizing the event.
As I mentioned, the official release of REUNITED is just days away. I'll be jumping all over the place in the next few days to promote it. So make sure to keep checking back for details. I'll also have a special post right here on Friday.
If you haven't already, scroll down and take a look at the book trailer for REUNITED. Want even more of a sneak peek?
Here's the official excerpt:
Standing in front of the door to the suite, she let the magnitude of the moment sink in. All logic and practicality fled. She’d left both back at home with her pocket protector and sensible shoes. The situation called for her to be impulsive, daring and confident.
If you are, then he will finally be yours….
She smoothed her dress, adjusted her bra, and blew into her hand for a breath check. Satisfied, she slid her key card into the slot and pushed the door open.
A blaring TV welcomed her. Not that she expected a violin serenade, but she hadn’t planned on competing with a basketball game for her date’s attention. She frowned.
“Pass the ball, you idiot!” Will shouted.
Tingling from head to toe at the sound of his voice, she released a slow breath.
It’s now or never, Magdelena.
“Hello?” she called.
The TV turned off instantly. A second later, he walked into her view.
Her throat tightened.
The years had been good to him. No, they’d been great to him. Although she’d seen pictures on the alumni website, they didn’t do him justice. Every visible inch of his body appeared chiseled from stone. A dark gray shirt and black slacks perfectly accentuated every muscle. He wore his dark hair shorter than she’d seen in the photos, but his blue eyes were more piercing than ever. He looked her over, settling on her cleavage and her nipples that had come to attention the minute she saw him. Then he raised his eyes to meet hers.
“Hello, Elena.” His deep voice lit her soul on fire.
He doesn’t recognize me. This plan might work after all.