This book is bargain priced from 07/17/2014 until 01/01/2015
The harder she resists him, the faster her clothes will vanish.
Outspoken Sarah Santorelli hides her sensitive side behind a gruff personality. Fear of abandonment causes her to manipulate romantic relationships to avoid involving her heart. But when her prying aunt casts a spell on her, Sarah ends up on a voyage of discovery on the open seas.
The problem? Every time Sarah lets her guard down, instead of casting off her emotional barriers —the spell makes an item of clothing disappear.
Anthony Mancini has clawed his way to the top. Along the way he’s become a workaholic, putting the demands of his company above those he loves. That’s how he lost Sarah, and he wants a second chance to prove he’s changed.
Thanks to Aunt Lilly’s spell, and a week-long European cruise, stripping Sarah of her defenses just got easier.
Targeted Age Group: 18 and older
Book Price: $2.99
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Allow yourself to write garbage and keep writing. In the middle of all the rubbish you’ll find jewels to keep.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Before Harry Potter there was Bewitched and I Dream of Genie (I’m dating myself here) that captivated audiences and made you want to have powers of your own. Which person wouldn’t love to do the things these characters could do and get away with it?
So I combined an absent-minded, busybody aunt, stirred in a Hero and Heroine to the mix and brought it to a boil. Once mixture is steamy and hot I added my final ingredient – a generous helping of a magic and watched as everyone’s lives are turned up-side-down.
About the Author:
“Teresa has a tendency to daydream in class. She should pay more attention.”
That’s what one of my elementary teachers wrote on my report card. I’m an adult now and I haven’t changed a bit.
In 2000, I started writing my first book, Hocus Pocus, and within seven months it was completed. My second book, Now You See It . . . , a year later. Naïve daydreamer that I am, I thought this is it, I’m going to get published. Optimistic, I entered my first book in a contest and placed last in the paranormal category.
So what did I do? I joined RWA, my local chapter, took writing courses, on-line workshops, talked to other writers and joined a critique group. By 2004, I was finally placing second and third in contests.
Now, everyone can read my books and share in my daydreams and understand why I usually walk around with a grin on my face.