Wednesday, June 21, 2017

How about a romance? How about three? Affairs of the Heart by Nicola Yeager.


Three romances with a side of comedy!

Featuring: 

Summer Loving

Saskia Lucas is on yet another luxury summer holiday in an exotic location. This time it’s in the Algarve, in the south of Portugal. 

She’s with Franklin, the man that she likes to refer to as her ‘provider’. Or as some might say, her Sugar Daddy.

A wealthy businessman, and close on forty years older than her, Franklin and Saskia have little in common. Apart from a taste for the finer things in life.

Two years into the relationship, Saskia has expensive clothes, the latest handbags, lots of shoes, perfect blonde hair... and new boobs. 

Everything she ever wanted.

Except for love. 

Spa Day

Christmas is a time for pampering yourself.

At least, that is what Holly Nightingale thinks.

A hard-working nurse, she has given herself an early Christmas gift - three days at Willows, a posh health farm in Surrey. 

She's looking forward to day after day of skin treatments, dips in the hot tub, and relaxing sessions with the handsome masseurs. 

But not everything is perfect.

Her fiancĂ© Clive is working in Hong Kong. 

But why does he spend so much time in the Far East? What is he up to?

As Holly sits by the spa with the pampered, unfaithful wives of the Home Counties, she starts to wonder what kind of married life she is about to embark on. 

And maybe Clive will end up spending Christmas without Holly? 

The Spa Day is a sparkling seasonal romantic comedy - a warm, moving tale, that manages to be funny, while also reminding the reader that Christmas is a time to reflect on life and where it is going. 

The Spa Day was previously published as Christmas Without Holly.

It is perfect for fans of Jane Green, Sophie Kinsella...and spa treatments. 

Picture Imperfect

Chloe Dixon is a struggling artist in her early thirties. 

She’s lived with her boyfriend Mark for almost two years and things seem to be going smoothly. 

Then one day Mark unexpectedly announces that he’s going on holiday to Greece for a week with an old friend – and a couple of girls. 

And suddenly the Picture is far from Perfect. 

Mark insists the holiday will be quite innocent. 

And Chloe trusts him.

But can any woman really trust her boyfriend cavorting around a Greek island with another woman? 

And is she being unreasonable to think that this might not be a very nice thing to do to your girlfriend? 

As Chloe completes her latest canvas, she starts to wonder if this is the moment to take Mark out of the picture completely? 

'Picture Imperfect' is a sparkling romantic comedy about trust, holidays and relationships.

For more about the author and her books, click here: Nicola Yeager Amazon Author Page

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

What's new in Paradise? Book 11: Lottery in Paradise!


Meet the crime-solving duo of the Florida Keys: Madison who has all the charm of the girl next door, not to mention a deadly aim and Fab, her best friend, a femme fatale private investigator with a taste for danger and stilettos.

When their neighbor is found dead, the headlines read, "It doesn't pay to be a lottery winner." It gets you nothing but an endless line of crazies at your door, greedy relatives and acquaintances. Sleuths Madison and Fab don't have time to be concerned about the latest murder; they have problems of their own trying to figure out why their house has suddenly become the focus of several attempted break-ins. The duo are off on more adventures -- what could go wrong chauffeuring a limousine full of college girls? Or chasing after a custom Ferrari? Along the way, there's a break-up, a wedding, and the usual run-ins with the law.

Excerpt:

Fab hit the steering wheel with a closed fist. "I'm going to run that jerk off the road."

"No. You. Are.Not. And you're not going to shoot out his tires either." Though there was a zero chance of that happening. As talented as the hot, sexy woman was, she couldn't steer and shoot at the same time. "We'll act like normal people and call the police." Normal, I laughed to myself. I hadn't heard myself described that way in a long time. Mostly, I heard "weird" bandied about. An over-exaggeration - I'm familiar with weird, and that's not me.
          
"You better come up with something better than that." Fab pulled up alongside the truck on the driver's side.

I powered the window down and hung my head out, my hand in mid-air, ready to flag the man down, even though I knew that chances were slim that he'd pull over. Pulling my head back in the window, I said, "Change of plans." I pushed my red hair back into place, smoothing it down, certain it was a wind-whipped mess. "The fancy tow truck is one of Brick's."

Brick and I had a tenuous relationship; it was hard to trust him when I knew he never put Fab's safety first, or mine either. He opposed our relationship, knowing that several times I had convinced my daring friend to calm down and rethink her plan. As backup to Super PI Fab, there were few jobs that didn't include flying bullets and running for our lives. I was happy for the respite. So were our boyfriends,who'd had a face-to-face with Brick, laying down the rules: no more withholding details, and if it came out after the fact that he knew there was a high chance of danger, it would be the last mistake he would make. My boyfriend followed that up with a right cross to Brick's eye.

Fab made an outraged sound. "I don't believe you."

 Here is the Amazon link where you can check out the previous 10 books: Lottery in Paradise + 10 Paradise books.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Introducing Tales from Behind the Counter - Free on Amazon Kindle!

Product Details

After getting a liberal arts degree, I worked as a sales clerk in a high end department store. I know there are countless people who see things from the customer's point of view, no matter how unreasonable. They expect sales clerks to be perpetually smiling doormats who will even risk their jobs to please a customer. These people expect sales people to smile when juvenile managers throw them under the bus just to play the hero or take another step up the corporate ladder. 

This book is from the point of view of a minimum wage sales clerk who survived two Black Fridays and frequently watches three departments and is scolded for not being in three places at once among other things. 

For those of you who respect the retail sales clerks who do their jobs, but still get in trouble for politely following the rules, take a look at this book!

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

On Food Network Star Comeback Kitchen and Pop Foods TV - Danushka gets the laughs!



Remember the tall, blonde, sassy  Danushka Lysek from Food Network Star Season 9? If you've been watching Food Network Star: Comeback Kitchen, you've probably been laughing at her many one-liners. Here are some of her funny moments:

In the Food Network link, you have to select Casting: Danushka Lysek. I tried to get the actual video link for you, but the website slapped my hand. You can't copy and paste them.

Food Network Star Comeback Kitchen - Main show link.

And here is Danushka, just as entertaining, in Pop Foods TV Season 1 hosted by creator, Chef Russell Jackson.

Culinary Rorschach

Dinner Dates

Servitude

Pop Foods TV has a second season. See and hear more about it here:

Pop Foods TV - Season 2

No matter what happens on the Comeback Kitchen, I really think Danushka has a gift for comedy. Did you see her question and answer session while she was demo-ing her food on the latest episode? She was funny as Hell! If anybody could fuse stand-up comedy and elegant cooking then make a successful career out if it, Danuskha can!

I'll be looking for you on TV, Danuskha!