For Love or Money : Sweet Remix
Now a semi-sweet romance, sensual but not explicit! (If you want it spicy, check out the 1997 Loveswept edition!) "Whoever said a kiss is just a kiss never locked lips with Brent Maddox." Small-town practical to the soles of her size fives, high school English teacher Jen Casey has one weakness-she's never been able to resist a dare. Ergo, when her BFF Candy Johnson throws down the triple-dog dare gauntlet, Jen has no choice but to accept the challenge. She e-mails former-classmate-turned-millionaire Brent Maddox, offering advice for the lovelorn. But, really. Is it her fault Celebrity Magazine published the e-mail instead of forwarding it? See, that's the problem with dares in Jen's experience-they almost always have dire consequences. Like Brent Maddox showing up on her doorstep-tall and golden and sexy as sin-determined to get payback. Like finding herself a reluctant guest at his sprawling Malibu hacienda, sentenced to a week of the same high life she blames for his romantic snafus. Of course sparks start to fly. She's only human, and Brent is an unexpectedly endearing hunk and a half. Unfortunately, Jen isn't built for quick and steamy affairs. She's been dreaming of that love of a lifetime man, and now she's falling fast. She can run before it's too late, or stay and take the biggest gamble of her life. Brent promises nights filled with passion, but will he ever offer his heart?
- Paperback | 168 pages
- 129 x 198 x 9mm | 168g
- 20 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Kathy DiSanto
Kathy's publishing career dates back to 1997, when she published a two-book romance series with Bantam's Loveswept line. The first book in the series, For Love or Money, won a 1997 Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award. In 2012, Kathy self-published two thrillers. Amanda's Eyes, the first book in a series featuring crime reporter A.J. Gregson, is a paranormal thriller that has garnered a 4.4-star average on Amazon and was a semi-finalist in Kindle Book Review's 2014 Best Kindle Book Awards. Her second thriller, Why Live?, is dystopian science fiction. Current projects include the sequel to Amanda's Eyes, sweet remixes of her two romance novels, and posts to her blogs Write Minded (on the writing life) and Momma D's Diary (a humorous look at aging and retirement). As a communications specialist with a major university, Kathy wrote more than one hundred features for print and the web. Now retired and writing full-time, she enjoys meditation; reading; live performances by her sons (both professional musicians); brisk walks with her rescue dogs, Molly and Lucy; and playing handy gal around her 92-year-old, foursquare home in Martinsburg, WV.