I’m thrilled to host my friend and fellow MVRWA chapter member, Rue Allyn, with her latest release and a cover that makes you pant. Please take a moment to savor it:
Hazard Duty ~ Sexy Sailors # 2
Shay thank you so very much for having me back so soon. I’m thrilled to be here to celebrate the release of Hazard Duty ~ Sexy Sailors # 2 on July 01, 2013. For your followers who can’t wait they may find out more about pricing and purchasing at http://eredsage.com/store/Hazard_Duty.html.
I enjoyed writing the first book of the Sexy Sailors series, Off Limits, so much that when I began book two, Hazard Duty, I was afraid I might be disappointed. How could I possibly create a hero sexier than Senior Chief Hank O’Mara or a heroine more attractive and self-sufficient than Lt. Bethany Morton?
The truth was I couldn’t. I wasn’t even certain I wanted to like Chief Joe Hazard and high school principal Roslyn Duncan. It took an entire scene in the point of view of the novella’s villainess—the dastardly Odette Miller—to convince me that I had to get to know Joe and Ros better.
Was I glad I did. Joe and Ros turned out to be just as intriguing, compelling, sexy and complex as Hank and Bethany. In fact, when I discovered what conflict was really keeping Joe and Ros apart [You didn’t think Odette was their only problem did you?], my heart melted and I began to cheer for them. They almost didn’t make it as a couple. Ros got very stubborn and let Joe walk out of her life (not that Joe wasn’t equally stubborn). Thank heaven they realized their mistake quickly and re-united to solve their mutual problem and build a lasting love.
Read about Ros and Joe’s first date at http://rueallyn.com/2b21HDexcerpt.html, or just read the blurb given below.
Hazard Duty blurb
Joe Hazard filled all of Ros Duncan’s teenaged fantasies, but now she’s an adult with a mission, and no handsome sailor will get in her way. The first in her family to earn a college education, she escaped Birds Gap, the deadly dull, stifling town of her childhood and the scene of her most embarrassing memories. However as principal of Bird’s Gap High School she wants to see every child in town go to college not be forced to chose between working in the mines or risking life and limb in the military.
Please leave a comment and let me know if the story intrigues you. Everyone who comments will have their e-mail address entered into a drawing for a free download of Hazard Duty. You may also enter by leaving a review of one of my other books at Amazon. Just check my author page for book details http://www.amazon.com/Rue-Allyn/e/B00AUBF3NI/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1. I’ll be collecting entries throughout the entire Hazard Duty blog tour (June 24 – July 1—find the schedule of appearances at http://rueallyn.com/4News.html). The winner will be announced July 4th on my blog http://rueallynauthorblog.com/.