She’s a challenge he can’t resist.
Babysitting a Billionaire #2
On Sale: April 28, 2014
Featuring: Danielle Sinclair; Zachary Hunter
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Romance Erotica Sensual
Hollywood heartthrob Zachary Hunter loves women—as long as
they don’t want more than a little fun in the bedroom. When
his most recent movie stirs up the wrong kind of attention,
the kind that includes an attempt on his life, he hires a
friend’s company to locate the threat. The pint-sized
redhead assigned to protect him isn’t what he expects—or
wants. Worse, he can’t take his eyes off of her.
ten years in the army, Danielle Sinclair knows how to handle
men. With a new security gig to pass the time until she’s
cleared to return to the military, she’s figures her sexy
new client will be easy to manage. And then he opens his
gorgeous mouth, and she can’t decide whether to kiss him or
kill him. His sex appeal may tempt her into his bed, but his
sexist attitude is unbearable, and she’s going to make him
eat every single word…
Babysitting a Billionaire
16 comments posted.
Re: Out of Control
If the setting works for the story than it works for me. I'm open to explore with the characters since I haven't traveled that much myself.
(Marcy Shuler 12:52pm April 30, 2014)
thanks for the contest. your books look interesting. Happy summer and good luck with your writing
(Gloria Vigil 4:55am April 30, 2014)
I don't have a specific setting I enjoy, but I love when the
setting becomes almost a character.
(Karin Anderson 8:47am April 30, 2014)
Setting is important but to me it is mostly the characters
interaction that I look for. I love the books that the
characters fight over the stupidest things but that the
arguments are heated and create the friction that brings them
together. That is where the setting being brought in helps.
(Tina Ullrich 10:16am April 30, 2014)
I have to admit that I tend to read books that have a "homey" small-town setting. I do on occasion like to read about exotic locations, but I have to admit that I have a hard time connecting with a character if the setting is hard to picture/imagine that character fitting into.
(Sandy Kenny 11:06am April 30, 2014)
(LeeAnne Hardin 11:18am April 30, 2014)
I'd love to read your books.
(Mary Hay 5:54pm April 30, 2014)
Wow, Congrats on your new books: LOSING CONTROL and OUT OF
CONTROL. I can get used to any setting and your books sound
like fantastic reading. I would love to win and read your new
books in 2014. Thank You very much. Cecilia CECE
(Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 6:24pm April 30, 2014)
Would love to read your books!
(Courteney Moore 6:47pm April 30, 2014)
If I'm enthralled by the story, the setting is just icing, otherwise the setting helps to keep me interested.
(Sharon Mitchell 7:42pm April 30, 2014)
sizzle ... yeah!
need for my collection [ =
(Elaine Fisher 10:58pm April 30, 2014)
im like you to the same type of setting again and again the
book looks really good
(Denise Smith 1:24am May 1, 2014)
I don't pick books based on setting, but occasionally the setting makes me more interested in a book.
(Pam Howell 7:26am May 1, 2014)
I don't really mind what the setting is so long as it makes
sense for the story and characters.
(Jen Barnard 10:59pm May 1, 2014)
The setting is very important to me. Even though I enjoy a variety of settings, I am drawn to a city setting, especially San Francisco or New Orleans.
(Bonnie Hometchko 10:13pm May 7, 2014)
settigs are not a major issue for me its the story and charaters that count
(Mick Gillies 3:16am May 27, 2014)
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