Friday, October 28, 2016

Wreck (The Crash Series #3) by Stacey Brandon & Karen Bell

Wreck by Stacey Brandon and Karen Bell
Release: October 15th, 2016
Romance Subgenre: Contemporary Romance
Series: The Crash Series #3

Kyle can have almost any woman he wants… except the one he wants most. If he falls for his boss’s daughter, it could be the biggest mistake of his life. He’s made more than his fair share. It would ruin his relationship with the man he considers almost a father, and besides, she deserves someone better than him anyway.

Kinleigh knows the minute she sees the bartender in her dad’s bar that they are meant to be together. She’s heard all about his good business head, how trustworthy he is, and how much potential he has… but learning he is also the hottest man she’s ever laid eyes on had cinched the deal. She might look sweet and innocent, but looks can be deceiving. She’ll do whatever it takes to show him they belong together.

Can they learn that trusting each other is the only way to find happiness?

Or will they let prejudices destroy their lives?

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Crash (The Crash Series #1) / Fall (The Crash Series #2) / Wreck (The Crash Series #3)

Author Guest Post
I'm excited to have authors Stacey Brandon & Karen Bell on the blog today to discuss their new book, Wreck. Thanks for sharing, Stacey and Karen!

It was suggested to us that a good topic for our guest post would be “the challenges of the last novel” since Wreck is the final book in our “Crash” series. Until this suggestion, I think we were living in denial about what this really meant.

In the beginning we talked a lot about how exciting it would be to complete the stories we had in our heads for these characters. We knew we wanted to share our obsession with this crazy group of friends and the normal (and sometimes not so normal) ways they found love. We were also convinced that writing the last book would bring a sense of relief and accomplishment.

It did. Absolutely. We might have even jumped up and down and executed a few complicated dance moves, although very poorly. Typing the last word isn’t really the end in the book world though. It was time to do our own first edits, send it to beta readers, make more edits, send it to our awesome editor, make more edits, design cover art and online teasers, and figure out our promotional plan. And now, with the book truly complete and out in the world, we have a moment to sit down and realize that for fiercely independent Charli, good-hearted Logan, bold outspoken Liv, unwaveringly loyal Zac, bad boy with a heart of gold Kyle, and our sweet but determined Kinleigh… their stories are told and we won’t be hanging out with them anymore. We won’t be spending time in The Crash bar listening to Liv turn everything into an innuendo, or Charli’s temper getting the best of her, or Kyle trying so hard to convince everyone he’s immune to the charms of the good girl. What the hell will we do with ourselves now??

Of course we have ideas for new books and even new series. We get excited when we talk about the possibilities and new directions we can go. But we will be forever thankful for the experiences gained in writing the Crash books and forever love our Crash gang.

Hmmmmm…. We might have to find a way, at some future point in time, to take a glimpse back into their world at least once more….

About Stacey Brandon & Karen Bell

Once upon a time, these two hookers became best friends…

Stacey Brandon and Karen Bell both live in the same small Texas town on the Gulf Coast, are happily married and the proud Moms of awesome kids. Stacey owns and runs a photography studio and Karen designs and sews her own children’s clothing line. They met over fifteen years ago when they decided to turn one large professional space into a single home for both businesses.

Well, that’s all the boring facts expected to be included in an “about the author” page, right? The reality is so much more fun. Stacey and Karen and their families spend holidays together, travel together… and generally turn every situation into something crazy and chaotic. They are both fluent in English, Sarcasm and Profanity and have decided the irrefutable proof of their best friend status is how often people assume they are “together” when in public. The poor husbands are good sports about it… and might even encourage this misconception at times for sheer entertainment value.

When Karen battled cancer… and kicked its ass… in 2014, they learned to value every day and quit worrying about what others think. Do what you love! Karen is happy to take advantage of the situation though. She loves to remind everyone she “had the CANCER, dammit!” and now she can always and forever claim the last brownie ;)

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Sapphire Falls: Going Haywire (Kindle Worlds Novella) by Rachelle Ayala

Sapphire Falls: Going Haywire by Rachelle Ayala

Release: October 23rd, 2016
Romance Subgenre: Contemporary Romance
Kindle Worlds Novella

Giving up sugar right before Halloween. Brilliant.

Going on vacation with an ex. Not so bright.

Honey and her ex-husband, Max, travel to Sapphire Falls to give their two young children the perfect Halloween treat. Max wants Honey back, and he’s counting on the magic of Sapphire Falls to seduce her into a second chance.

Honey is leery of Max and his tricks, but when he woos her with a Halloween romance complete with bonfires, hayrides, parties, and paintball, Honey warms to the idea of a new beginning.

Unfortunately, there's something off about Max that Honey can't put her finger on. When their vacation goes haywire, Honey must decide whether the treat of true love is worth all the terrible tricks life can play.

Full of twists and turns, Going Haywire is a sexy and romantic romp by Rachelle Ayala, writing in Erin Nicholas’ Sapphire Falls Kindle World.

Theme Song
Going on a vacation with your ex...yeah, not a great idea. Especially when you’ve just given up sugar, you have two small children and you are secretly still in love with the man you used to be married to.

Let’s just give mad props to Rachelle Ayala for writing this book. It’s got some super tough themes all mixed in with a small-town setting and a holiday. Sure, it’s only Halloween but in Sapphire Falls it’s not ONLY Halloween. It’s entire celebration with zombies and haunted houses and paintball and a petting zoo and monster food trucks. Seriously, is anything really an ONLY in Sapphire Falls?

I thought long and hard about the perfect soundtrack for Max and Honey’s story and I kept coming back to one song. “Come Back Song” by Darius Rucker not only has a meandering, comfortable vibe like the book but it is also done by an artist I can imagine Honey turning up the radio dial for.

If you have time to check out the Sapphire Falls novellas I would highly recommend it. I’ve read a few of them and I’m sure I won’t stop one-clicking them anytime soon!

“Come Back Song" by Darius Rucker

'Cause I didn't know I needed you so
And letting you go was wrong
And baby I know you got your radio on
So this is my my bad, come back song

What did you think of Going Haywire?
Are there any songs that remind you of Max, Honey and their HEA?

About Rachelle Ayala

Rachelle Ayala is a bestselling Asian American author of dramatic romantic suspense and humorous, sexy contemporary romances. Her heroines are feisty and her heroes hot. She writes emotionally challenging stories but believes in the power of love and hope.

Rachelle is the founder of an online writing group, Romance in a Month, an active member of the California Writer’s Club, Fremont Chapter, and a volunteer for the World Literary Cafe. She is a very happy woman and lives in California with her husband. She has won awards in multicultural and historical romance.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Author Guest Post: Wicked Rivals (League of Rogues #4) by Lauren Smith

Wicked Rivals by Lauren Smith
Release: October 17th, 2016
Romance Subgenre: Historical
Series: The League of Rogues #4


Merciless and powerful, Ashton Lennox is a wealthy man because he puts business before everything else, especially love. As a member of the infamous League of Rogues, he’s no stranger to scandal. His bedroom conquests are as legendary as his fortune. As he searches for a way to bring down an old enemy bent on destroying the lives of his friends, the last thing he needs is a Scottish widow getting in his way.


The daughter of a Scottish lord with a dark and treacherous past, Rosalind Melbourne has spent years distancing from her past. After escaping her tyrannical father and marrying an aging English lord, she has become a powerful widow with a business empire at her command. Her business dealings are everything to her, leaving her no time for love. Especially not with her business rival Ashton, a man with a scandalous reputation as striking as his blue eyes.


Ashton is fascinated by the strong-willed, intelligent and sensual lady who, up until now, had outsmarted him at every turn. Rosalind wishes she could deny she is falling for the brooding, handsome baron. How can she possibly trust him when doing so could cost her what she values most—her freedom? When Ashton discovers Rosalind might hold the key to saving the League of Rogues, he knows he will do anything to woo his wicked lass. As their pasts return to haunt them and dark forces rise to keep them from exposing a deadly spymaster, their game of love turns to a game of survival…

Warning: This book includes a brooding baron who’s wild in bed, a crafty Scottish lass who never knows when to quit, a wicked game of strip chess, and a merry band of rogues whose first instinct is to run they hear wedding bells ring.

Author Guest Post
I'm excited to have author Lauren Smith on the blog today to discuss her new book, Wicked Rivals. Thanks for sharing, Lauren!

Music is true inspiration. For every song you can dream up a thousand stories. Music enchants us, spellbinds us, weaves emotions and tones into a beautiful symphony that leaves us bewitched. Because this connection for me and music is so incredibly powerful, I make sure to create a playlist for every story I write. Some characters have their own theme music, some scenes have a particular song, or the hero and heroine together have a song or songs that help me channel the emotions and the plot points of the story. In other words, music is magic for a writer like me.

When I set out to write my Regency romance Wicked Rivals, I knew I’d need a special blend of songs because the hero and heroine are competitive, standoffish and both have tragic pasts. I needed songs that were full of emotional complexities to show Ashton and Rosalind circling each other at first and then finally surrendering to the undeniable attraction and eventually love.

So dear readers, settle back in your favorite armchair, with a cup of hot chocolate, your e-reader and your mp3 player and settle in for a great playlist!

About Lauren Smith

Amazon Best-Selling Author Lauren Smith is an attorney by day, author by night, who pens adventurous and edgy romance stories by the light of her smart phone flashlight app. She’s a native Oklahoman who lives with her three pets: a feisty chinchilla, sophisticated cat and dapper little schnauzer. She’s won multiple awards in several romance subgenres including being an Breakthrough Novel Award Quarter-Finalist and a Semi-Finalist for the Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Award.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

By Firelight by Janice Maynard

By Firelight by Janice Maynard

Release: October 11th, 2016
Romance Subgenre: Contemporary Romance, Anthology

Maybe it’s the mistletoe—or maybe there’s something magical in the air this Christmas. USA Today bestselling author Janice Maynard delivers the perfect gift with these two romantic, heartwarming stories...

Hot Arctic Nights
In North Pole, Alaska, Christmas spirit is everywhere—except in Hallie Prentiss’s heart. At least her two-week stint managing the Dancing Elves B&B will pay the bills. Then she gets a look at long-term guest Daniel Reynolds. Whether dressed as Santa or (even better) wearing next to nothing, the man is gorgeous, charming, and sexy as hell. Workaholic Hallie is tempted to take a walk on the naughty side for once. But when she does, will she ever want to leave?

By Firelight
There’s nothing like nearly freezing to death on the Appalachian Trail to make a woman want to live a little. And when Madison Tierney stumbles upon Grant Monroe’s mountain cabin during a blizzard, she’s gripped by something more than gratitude. Soon, the glow of firelight sparks hot, sweet kisses…and the start of a Christmas adventure she’ll never forget.

Previously published as By Firelight in A Very Merry Christmas and Hot Arctic Nights in Wicked Wonderland.

Theme Songs
Patience has not been a virtue of mine as I’ve waited for Janice Maynard’s next Kilted Heroes book (out in November). However, in searching for an ARC of Not Quite a Scot online I came across By Firelight. Oh, it was so on. I requested By Firelight and crossed my fingers that the Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) would come my way. When it did (after a tense few days) I held off on reading it until late September so I could cozy up with a blanket and some hot cocoa and read these two holiday novellas. Of course, I adored them. Maynard, I may just be your biggest fan.

By Firelight
The first novella in this book, By Firelight, is the story of Grant and Maddy. Set in a secluded cabin in the woods, Grant finds Maddy on his doorstep half dead in the middle of a snowstorm. He rescues her and they spend the next three days ramping up the sexual tension and getting to know each other. This novella seemed a bit naughtier than other Maynard things I’ve read and I have to say, I liked it :)

I decided to chose one song for each story in this book. It took me quite a long time to pick the right song for Maddy and Grant. Although I’m not sure the vibe of this song is exactly right for our hero and heroine, the lyrics are just right.

“First Time" by Macy Gray
It's the first time, for me
It's the first time, I feel true love
and what it really means, yeh
Its the first time its the first time for me

Hot Arctic Nights
Maynard’s second novella of this book, Hot Arctic Nights, is pretty much the perfect Christmas story. Hallie’s life is in shambles so she takes on a job watching over the Dancing Elves B&B for a few weeks while the owners visit their daughter (Hallie’s friend). As soon as Hallie arrives at the B&B in North Pole, Alaska she finds one super sexy, long-term guest, Daniel. Sigh. The scene is officially set for these two to have a sweet, romantic Christmas together. Of course, nothing ever goes as planned but somehow, someway these two make time for each other in the chaos of the holidays.

You don’t often find a novella that does the “my life is a disaster so I’m going to run away and begin again somewhere else” scenario well. Hot Arctic Nights nails it though. I felt Hallie’s desperation and her willingness to try something new just to get out of her routine. Hallie wasn’t looking for a lifeline, but Daniel certainly provided one.

“Rescue my Heart" by Liz Longley
I can't breathe any faster
All the air I wanna capture
It's heavy and it hurts my head
If you found me, would you save me?
If you touched me, would it break me?
Will I come back from this?
Come down
Rescue my heart
I'll drown
Without you

About Janice Maynard
USA Today bestselling author Janice Maynard knew she loved books and writing by the time she was eight years old. But it took multiple rejections and many years of trying before she sold her first three novels. After teaching kindergarten and second grade for a number of years, Janice turned in her lesson plan book and began writing full-time. Since then she has sold over thirty-five books and novellas. Her publishers include Kensington, Penguin/NAL, Berkley, and Harlequin.

Her Men of Wolff Mountain books are fan favorites, and Janice is now deeply involved with her new cast of heroes in the long running Kavanaghs of Silver Glen series.

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Race the Darkness (Fatal Dreams #1) by Abbie Roads

Race the Darkness by Abbie Roads

Release: October 4th, 2016
Romance Subgenre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal
Series: Fatal Dreams #1

Cursed with a terrible gift...

Criminal investigator Xander Stone doesn't have to question you-he can hear your thoughts. Scarred by lightning, burdened with a power that gives him no peace, Xander struggles to maintain his sanity against the voice that haunts him day and night-the voice of a woman begging him to save her.

A gift that threatens to engulf them.

Isleen Walker has long since given up hope of escape from the nightmare of captivity and torture that is draining her life, her mind, and her soul. Except...there is the man in her feverish dreams, the strangely beautiful man who beckons her to freedom and wholeness. And when he comes, if he comes, it will take all their combined fury and faith to overcome a madman bent on fulfilling a deadly prophecy.

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Character Study

Woah, this book is for real. It’s dark and mysterious and so far out of my element that it reading it was like being transported to a different world. I’m glad I read Race the Darkness though. Xander and Isleen’s story is going to haunt me for days, possibly weeks. And you know what? It’s a great read for October, for right before Halloween.

I made a playlist for Race the Darkness that tried to match the vibe of the book. I wanted it to feel dark, heavy and almost gothic. Luckily, there is lots of good material out there like that. I even found four songs in which the lyrics match Xander and Isleen’s story as well. Enjoy!

“Hands" by Emily Jane White

A deathly guise took you by night
And those hands turned the tide
You were harmed by unsaintly arm
We will take you in our arms
This ain't no dream

“To Whom It May Concern" by The Civil Wars
Why are you so far from me?
In my arms is where you ought to be
How long will you make me wait?
I don't know how much more I can take
I missed you but I haven't met you
Oh but I want to

“Don't Forget About Me” by Cloves
Where ever you've gone?
How, how, how?
I just need to know
That you won't forget about me

“It Will Come Back” by Hozier
It can't be unlearned
I've known the warmth of your doorways
Through the cold, I'll find my way back to you
Oh please, give me mercy no more!
It's a kindness you can't afford!
I want you baby tonight, as sure as you're born

What did you think of Race the Darkness?
Are there any songs that remind you of Xander, Isleen and their HEA?

About Abbie Roads
Seven Things about Abbie Roads:
  1. She loves Snicker Parfaits. Gotta start with what’s most important, right?
  2. She writes dark emotional books featuring damaged characters, but always gives her hero and heroine a happy ending… after torturing them for three hundred pages.
  3. By day she’s a mental health counselor known for her blunt, honest style of therapy. At night she burns up the keyboard. Well… Burn might be too strong a word. She at least sits with her hands poised over the keyboard, waiting for inspiration to strike. And when it does—the keyboard might get a little warm.
  4. She can’t stand it when people drive slowly in the passing lane. Just saying. That’s major annoying. Right?
  5. She loves taking pictures of things she thinks are pretty.
  6. She’s represented by Michelle Grajkowski of 3 Seas Literary.
  7. Her first book will be out October 2016 through Sourcebooks.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Author Guest Post: Tyranny (Goddess of Delphi #1) by Gemma Brocato

Tyranny by Gemma Brocato
Release: October 4th, 2016
Romance Subgenre: Fantasy, Paranormal
Series: Goddess of Delphi #1

One man, one muse, one romance to save the world

Immortal librarian Clio has existed for thousands of years. Her purpose—to influence and inspire mortals. Now as one has inspired her, a battle is mounting between the Muses and a god who care little for the plight of man. A hostile takeover is imminent at Olympus Enterprises. History professor Jax Callahan is battling his own uncertainties. His previous employer’s refusal to heed his warnings results in a tragic loss of life. Blaming himself, he no longer believes he can make a difference.

Tyranny will stop at nothing to appease her father and succeed in taking over Olympus and the world. To save mankind, Clio must reveal herself as a Muse to Jax, the man she’s fallen in love with. Facing the end of humanity as they know it, she must convince him to trust in the magic of what if. Because failure spells doom for everyone.

Buy on Amazon - Tyranny: Goddesses of Delphi

Author Guest Post
I'm excited to have author Gemma Brocato on the blog today to discuss her new book, Tyranny. Thanks for sharing, Gemma!

Note: "7 Nation Army" by White Stripes is not avaliable via Spotify. So I've substituted a different version of the same song.

Thanks so much for inviting me to talk about my playlist for Tyranny today.

To say I have eclectic taste in music would be a vast understatement. I hop around my Pandora stations like water on a hot skillet. So much of it depends on the point I am at in the story. For example, while I’m writing the introductory scenes, I can’t listen to anything with words. Nothing that will split my focus (because face it - if the Eagles start playing “Hotel California,” I am singing along.) Many times, I’ve found myself transcribing the lyrics into my manuscript. Delete, delete, delete!

Or, if I am writing a love scene, I go straight to a station I programmed for Piano Sonatas. Dreamy, soft, emotional music is the only kind that will do for those writing sessions.

With Tyranny, I made a little change, though. This was the first book I’ve written that has what I’d call action scenes. Battles between the Muses and their challengers. I needed a different sort of music for those scenes. A friend had mentioned she’d programmed a Game of Thrones station, so I gave it a try. Oh my, what a difference it made. Soundtracks from epic battle scenes, like from GoT, Last Of The Mohicans, Braveheart, Inception. All music that inspired me to add tension and danger to the scene.

I get a little stuck in the middle sometimes, so then I do turn to Maroon 5. Because the music is so good, or because…Adam Levine? Hmm, I’ll never tell.

I do have a couple of specific songs that inspired me as I concepted the series. I went for a walk one afternoon and had my station set to the Imagine Dragons. A nice, peppy selection as I trod along, oblivious to everything except the beat of my feet on the pavement. But suddenly, I heard the words of a Fall Out Boy song and my heart started drumming along. The thoughts flew. So here is that list, in order because I stopped under a shade tree and texted them to myself.

“Centuries” by Fall Out Boy
“7 Nation Army” by The White Stripes
“Sail” by AWOL Nation
“Let Her Go” by Passenger
“Come With Me Now” by The Kongos

Each song spoke to me of goddesses who are centuries old, facing danger, finding love and restoring light to the world.

Thanks again for inviting me over today. I hope my song choices will help inspire your readers.

About Gemma Brocato

Gemma's favorite desk accessories for many years were a circular wooden token, better known as a 'round tuit,' and a slip of paper from a fortune cookie proclaiming her a lover of words; some day she'd write a book. All it took was a transfer to the United Kingdom, the lovely English springtime, and a huge dose of homesickness to write her first novel. Once it was completed and sent off with a kiss, even the rejections addressed to 'Dear Author' were gratifying.

After returning to America, she spent a number of years as a copywriter, dedicating her skills to making insurance and the agents who sell them sound sexy. Eventually, her full-time job as a writer interfered with her desire to be a writer full-time and she left the world of financial products behind to pursue a career as a romance author.

Gemma focuses mainly on contemporary and paranormal romance, with an occasional detour into science fiction romance. Her titles are available in digital and print-on-demand at all major retailers.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Author Guest Post: Getting Dirty with the CEO (Suits Undone #3) by Mia Sosa

Getting Dirty with the CEO by Mia Sosa
Release: October 4th, 2016
Romance Subgenre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Suits Undone #3

Sometimes you have to get a little dirty to get what you want . . .

Publicist Mimi Pennington is at the top of her game. She’s savvy, hard-working, and eager to move up the corporate ladder. So when her boss tells her that in order to make partner she has to land a prestigious account, Mimi meets the challenge head on. Never mind that the prospective client is Daniel Vargas, the polished and pompous player who rejected her months ago.

Mimi hasn’t given Daniel the time of day since their one fateful encounter, and while business has brought them back together, pleasure is what he has in mind. She says she’s not interested in giving him a second chance, but Daniel is prepared to call her bluff. All he needs is one week. One week to test her rules and prove that he’s exactly the kind of man she needs . . .

“This debut romance sparkles.” -- Library Journal (starred review) on Unbuttoning the CEO

“A fun, contemporary romance that reminds us that any attempt to predict or manage love is destined only to enhance its chaos.” -- The Washington Post on One Night with the CEO

Author Guest Post
I'm excited to have author Mia Sosa on the blog today to discuss her new book, Getting Dirty with the CEO. Thanks for sharing, Mia!

Woo Me, Baby!
By Mia Sosa

How perfect is this? A site about that special place where music and romance fiction meet? Yes, please!

For many of us, music is an essential part of our romantic repertoire, so when book characters play or listen to music, more often than not we can totally relate. I certainly can. You see, I met my husband when we both auditioned for a college a cappella singing group, and we’ve been together ever since. Let’s say it together now: Awww. (If you’re puking, I’m glad this isn’t a truly interactive experience.)

Anyway, with clipboard in hand, my future husband pretended to be a member of the group and managed to get my name and college year before I realized he was auditioning too! Spoiler alert: His recollection of our first meeting differs from mine. Over the years, he’s introduced me to many jazz greats and exposed me to the lesser-known songs of very popular artists. And yes, it’s true: He wooed me with music.

So it should be no surprise that in my latest release, Getting Dirty with the CEO, music plays a supporting role in the hero and heroine’s journey to their HEA. In order to secure a promotion, my heroine, Mimi Pennington, is forced to work with Daniel Vargas, an arrogant but oh-so-tempting man who rejected her months ago. So what will she do? Make him suffer, of course! But over the course of the story, she’ll also learn that Daniel’s not exactly who she thought he was. Sounds fun, right? (Please say yes. Please say yes.)

Now, let’s talk about the music. I’ll say this at the outset: The list is eclectic, and it’s only a small sample of the tunes my characters would listen to.

Okay, the opening scene is set at a wedding reception in Puerto Rico, which means one thing: Marc Antony WILL be played. This is non-negotiable, and a vow Puerto Rican parents make on behalf of their children even before their born. Which song? Most likely Vivir Mi Vida (translation: Live My Life).

In the next scene, Mimi’s shenanigans strike again and Daniel finds himself in a place he does not want to be. I won’t spoil it, but I will tell you that male strippers feature prominently. You’re welcome. For that scene, I couldn’t get Ginuwine’s Pony out of my mind. If you’re not familiar with the song, rent Magic Mike XXL this weekend. Actually, even if you’re familiar with the song, rent Magic Mike XXL this weekend anyway. Ahem.

Later in the book, Mimi tells Daniel her favorite song—Gravity by Sara Bareilles—and for reasons you’ll have to wait to read about, the song doesn’t work for Daniel’s purposes. So Mimi chooses another: Kiss by Prince. The way Daniel uses it to woo Mimi is swoonworthy. Trust me. (Note: Songs composed by Prince are on virtual copyright lockdown, so I couldn’t add it to the playlist, though I suspect anyone reading this knows the song well.)

And what about Daniel’s favorite song? It’s Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen. I used to think someone who liked this song had to be in their 40s or 50s, but not so; it’s one of the most popular classic rock songs of all time. And it’s complex—just like Daniel.

Finally, Mimi and Daniel’s happy-ever-after song is Jessie J’s Who You Are. Why? Well, you’ll have to read the book to find out. :)

So that’s my curated playlist for Getting Dirty with the CEO. I hope you enjoy it!

About Mia Sosa

Mia Sosa is an award-winning writer and 2015 Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® Finalist. She writes contemporary romances that are funny, flirty, and a little dirty. Ahem.

Although she once dreamed of being a professional singer, the pesky need to generate steady income led Mia to take the law school admissions test instead. She practiced First Amendment and media law in the nation’s capital for ten years before returning to her creative roots. Now she spends most of her days writing love stories about smart women and the complicated men who love them. Okay, let's be real here: she wears PJs all day and watches more reality television than a network television censor—all in the name of research, of course.