Thursday, December 1, 2011

Now on Tour Hot Summer by Judy Powell


Dec 1 Tour Kickoff

Dec 2 Excerpt
Riverina Romantics

Dec 4 Promo

Dec 6 Guest Blog
Getting Naughty Between the Stacks


Dec 6 Promo

Dec 7 Guest Blog and review
SexxyBlogger

Dec 8 Guest Blog

Dec 10 Guest Blog and review
Lissette E. Manning

Dec 11 Guest Blog
Lisa’s World of Books

Dec 12 Guest Blog
My Bookish Fairy Tale

Dec 13 Promo with Excerpt
Reader Girls

Dec 14 Interview
Kay Dee Royal Site.

Dec 15 Guest Blog
Bookin' It Reviews ~

Dec 16 Interview
Among the Muses

Dec 17 Guest Blog
- Coffee Beans & Love Scenes

Dec 18 Promo and Guest Blog
The Ramblings of Amy –

Dec 19 Interview
Meredith Allard

Dec 29 Interview


Hot Summer
By Judy Powell

Genre: sizzling romance


A hot-tempered spitfire and a strong-willed, arrogant man – put them together and sparks fly!

After her first embarrassing encounter Summer Jones vows to stay away from suave, sexy and oh, so arrogant Lance Munroe. But then she ends up working for the man. Her quick temper and sharp tongue keep landing her in hot water with him but no matter how hard she tries she can’t deny her growing attraction for him. Then they go on a business trip to Jamaica – and that’s when things get really hot.

Lance is intrigued by the feisty woman who practically tells him off the first time they meet. When they begin working together he realizes how much he enjoys the challenge of taming the little tigress. But, before he knows it, he’s the one caught in the snare of passion. The tables are turned – the tigress has tamed the lion.

For a sizzling romance, follow Summer and Lance from Chicago to Jamaica and be swept away in the thrill of their hot summer.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Judy Powell is a writer and marketing consultant living in Ontario, Canada. Her first romance novel, Hot Summer, placed second in the Toronto Romance Writers Contemporary Romance Competition. She has two additional romance novels in stores: Hot Chocolat, which is the sequel to Hot Summer and Some Like It Hot, her sensual romance. An excerpt from Judy's first novel, Hot Summer, is featured in Canadian Voices – An Anthology of Prose and Poetry by Emerging Canadian Writers.

Judy loves to learn, and has Master’s degrees in Spanish, Marketing, Literature, and Creative Writing and a BA in International Business/Foreign Languages. She loves to travel, and has lived and worked in various countries including France, Puerto Rico, the USA, Canada and Jamaica. She has also travelled extensively throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. International cultures are always featured in her work.

Judy shares information on her books and learning resources at www.judypowell.com

Some Like It Hot

Midnight velvet and morning light –
can the two ever meet?

On a business trip to Jamaica Debbie lets her
guard down, breaks all her rules…and falls upside
down in love with smooth Jamaican doctor,
Kingston Tennant. But no matter how attracted
she is to this man she can’t let her love for him
grow. She has too much to hide…

King can’t understand why he is so affected by
Debbie. From the first time they meet she ignites
the fire he has tried so hard to suppress. He
takes her to heights she’s never reached before,
and now he’s losing his heart to her. Then just
when he thinks she feels the same way, she
betrays his trust. Can he ever forgive her?

Get ready for a thrilling ride on this hot and
sexy roller-coaster romance!


Hot Chocolat

Hot and sweet - a delicious combination!

Lisa Evans has always been an independent
woman, running her own show as Director of Sales
at the Jamaica office of a multinational
corporation. Then in steps Rod Malone, a
stunningly handsome high-powered executive
from the New York head office, and her world is
turned upside down - in more ways than one.

Rod has travelled to many countries for corporate
assignments but he has never met anyone like
this Jamaican firebrand. The New York tough guy
comes to Jamaica to show who's boss but little
does he know what lies in store.

A battle of wills with a delicious outcome!


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