Monday, February 15, 2016

Tweet Me . . . Again

We're offering a little change of pace for Desiree Holt's visit today . . . here's a bit of information about herself and this wonderfully entertaining story, Tweet Me

First, a blurb:
Don’t call. Don’t text. Tweet me…
Married to her work, event planner Avery Kurtz runs her life and her business on a private message feed. She has no time to waste on emails or a love life, and Valentine’s Day means just more parties to plan. But when Tanner Voss, best man in Avery’s best friend’s wedding, is assigned to help finalize plans, her world is turned heart-side up. The hotshot attorney might be a player. He’d hit on her before and she avoided that mistake but he’s also surprisingly cooperative, focused on making the perfect choices for their friends, and even on board with her messaging preference. Between the erotic dreams about the sexy litigator and her body urging her to forget caution, Avery is wondering if she was wrong about Tanner and wants him to do more than “tweet me.”

Next, an excerpt:

“Thanks for agreeing to dinner.” He indicated the booth. “Have a seat. Please.”
“No problem.” She slid in across the butter soft leather, settled her purse beside her and blew out a gentle sigh. “I’d say it wasn’t necessary to pick such a high end place but right now I need their relaxing atmosphere.”
“Tough day?” he asked, trying to keep his gaze from the way the soft material of her blouse draped against her breasts. Involuntarily his hands closed as if cupping those mouthwatering mounds and he had to give himself a mental kick. This dinner wasn’t to seduce her, at least not yet, despite the fact he was seized with a need to peel her clothes of and run his tongue over every inch if her body,
She gave him a wry look. “You’re kidding, right?” The waiter materialized asking for her drink order. “Margarita, please. Rocks, no salt.”
“That ought to smooth out the wrinkles.” He smiled at her. “So are you referring to the Will and Janice bombshell or did other things turn your day upside down?”
Her laugh had a touch of hysteria in it. “Oh, every day is nuts for me, but yes, Will and Janice managed to top everything else. Can you believe it? They want to get married in three weeks? And they want me—well, with your help—to take care of everything? Like I can just make it magically happen with all the pieces in place.”
“From what I hear about your business, if anyone can do it, you can.”
“Well, thank you. I guess we’re going to find out.” The waiter placed her drink in front of her and she took a healthy swallow before setting the glass back down on the table. “Okay, that helps.”
“I know the feeling. Hey, before we get into the wedding, it’s my turn this year to take care of the firm’s Christmas party. I wondered if I could have my admin call you and set up a meeting.”
Avery burst out laughing. “Tanner, Christmas isn’t for eleven months yet.”
He grinned. “I know. Just getting a jump on things. So can I?”
“If you want. Have her tweet me and we’ll set something up.”
He looked at her curiously. “Not a phone call? Don’t you talk on the phone?”
“When I absolutely have to. My tweets come in on a steady stream. I can just answer them without going back and forth, in and out like I have to with emails or texts. And phone calls use usually unsatisfactory.”
“Well, here’s to successful tweeting.” He lifted his glass to her and took a sip.

If you like the sounds of what you've read, you can buy Tweet Me at: www.thewildrosepress.com
A title search will bring up the cover and ways to purchase it.

Author bio
Known as the oldest living author of erotic romance, Desiree Holt has produced more than two hundred titles in nearly every subgenre of romance fiction. Her stories are enriched by her personal experiences, her characters by the people she meets. After fifteen ears in the great state of Texas she relocated back to Florida to be closer to members of her family and a large collection of friends. Her favorite pastimes are watching football, reading, and researching her stories.

Learn more about Desiree and her novels here:
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23 comments:

  1. This was a fun read. I love Desiree's books!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Anita. This was a real fun read.
      Veronica

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  2. Great premise. Modern. Sounds like a book I need to read

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    1. Hi, Kath!!
      thanks for stopping by. This truly is something you need to read. Great humor, sparkling wit. Terrific characters.
      Veronica

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  3. I love the idea of a busy business woman--someone who's generally cool under pressure--being thrown when someone special comes into her life and makes her reevaluate her opinion of him. I love to see what characters do when they are knocked off balance. It tells you a lot about people when you catch them in a situation outside of their norm. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. HI, MJ
      you just described this book in a nutshell. it's terrific
      thanks!
      Veronica

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  4. The story sounds intriguing and fun. I love the conversational flow.

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    1. Hi, Neva
      a new country heard from, heh heh.
      thanks for stopping by. This is a great story.
      Veronica

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  5. Desiree - this was such a fun and timely read! Your heroine is a gal made for the current time. Please keep writing these strong and successful women - they are inspirations. Be well.

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    1. Hi, Peg
      Strong and successful--that's what we got here. Hope you enjoy it.
      Veronica

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  6. Great energy between the characters. Sounds like a fun, hot read!

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    1. Hi, Kara
      yes, this is an energetic story and lots of fun.
      thanks for stopping by.
      Veronica

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  7. Great excerpt, and Avery likes her margaritas just like I do!

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    1. You can add this to your impressive list of romances. Events planners have so many opportunities for...well, for events!May your success continue!

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    2. Hebby and Susan
      thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment. This was a fun book to read as well as feature on Wild Women
      Veronica

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  8. Oldest living? You must have attached a "glamour" shot for your photo then :). I just moved to FL too--western coast. Love it and your stories. M. S.

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    1. Hi, M.S.
      thanks for stopping by. We hope you'll enjoy this story. It's a pip.
      Veronica

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    1. Hi, Diane
      thanks for stopping by. We are sure you'll enjoy this story.
      Veronica

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  10. Your except was titillating, right up my alley. Good luck with Tweet Me.

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    1. Hi, Tena
      thanks for stopping by. This truly is a fun story. Must have been fun to write, too!
      Best
      Veronica

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  11. What a fun excerpt. Desiree, you have a way of arousing all the senses in so few words. Just one little scene and sensuous vibes are flyin'through the reader. Have to say that--I think it was maybe 2 years ago?--I saw you on Sunday Morning talk show and what a delightful interview it was. I remember chuckling out loud when you said none of your family would read your books. This sounds like a great read. Wishing you much success, as with all your books, with TWEET ME.

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  12. Sounds like a fun read! Best of luck!

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