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Chasing Fire #2

Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers

Releasing July 21st, 2015

Berkley/Intermix

The second in the “seriously sexy and sinfully steamy”* Chasing Fire series, about a pain too deep to forgive and a passion too hot to forget…

Alessandra Sinclair knows that Hudson Chase is the last man she should want. The boy from the wrong side of the tracks has grown into a man who would do anything to get ahead, even if it means breaking Allie’s heart. But whenever she’s near him, the attraction between them is undeniable. And now that they’re working together, keeping her distance from Hudson is almost as impossible as keeping her feelings in check…

Hudson already lost Allie once and he refuses to lose her again. He’s determined to use their new business partnership to rekindle the spark he knows is still there. Only the closer he gets to winning her over, the clearer it becomes there are still secrets that could tear them apart for good…

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As Allie watched the Chicago River flow into Lake Michigan, she thought about the last time she’d seen Hudson Chase. It was the morning she’d uncovered the truth about his plan to take control of Ingram Media. She stared unseeingly at the gray horizon and her thoughts began to drift back to that day. Hudson standing in his foyer, a towel slung low around his hips as water dripped onto the hardwood floor. He’d begged her to let him explain, but what explanation could have possibly justified his lies and betrayal? She’d refused to hear him out, and while in her heart she knew it had been the right decision, the look on his face as the elevator doors slid closed that morning had haunted her ever since.

Behind her the conference room door opened with a soft click and the low murmur of voices told her the other board members had begun to filter into the room. But instead of greeting them and engaging in the sort of sympathetic small talk that had consumed the past few days, she remained by the windows, enjoying the last moments of calm before the eventual storm.

There was a sudden flurry of activity outside the meeting room, and instinctively she knew he had arrived. A wave of anxiety rolled through the pit of her stomach, but she took a deep, calming breath. These board meetings, while infrequent, would be inevitable. The sooner she got used to seeing him in this setting, the better.

She turned around, and a moment later Hudson Chase strolled into the boardroom. The hum of quiet conversation ground to a halt and all heads turned as one to assess the corporate raider who’d quietly amassed the second largest percentage of Ingram shares right out from under their noses.

The sight of him nearly took her breath away. Wearing a charcoal suit, white shirt, and silver-gray tie, he looked every bit the powerful, in-control CEO. But Allie knew the passion that burned behind those eyes, and when she looked at his dark, unruly hair, she knew he’d run his fingers through it just before stepping into the room. He moved with measured grace, his muscles flexing beneath his perfectly tailored suit. Allie knew every inch of that body intimately, how it felt beneath her touch, how it moved over her . . . inside her. She knew the man, not the corporate myth. He was the one who she’d fallen for. He was the one who’d broken her heart.

 

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Though thousands of miles apart, Ann Marie Walker and Amy K. Rogers are in constant contact, plotting story lines and chatting about their love of alpha males, lemon drop martinis and British supermodel, David Gandy. You can find them on twitter as @AnnMarie_Walker and @Amy_KRogers.

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Playing with Trouble by Chanel Cleeton – 48 MORE HOURS!

 Playing with Trouble by Chanel Cleeton

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Series: Capital Confessions #2

Expected publication: July 21, 2015 by Penguin/InterMix

The author of Flirting with Scandal presents her second book in a sexy contemporary romance series about three sisters in a powerful political family, the scandals that threaten to destroy them, and the passion that drives them…

The daughter of one of the Senate’s most powerful figures, Blair Reynolds was ready to become the ultimate political wife—until she caught her fiancé cheating on her wedding day. Law school is a fresh start, her shot at putting the pieces of her life back together. That’s the plan, at least. Until trouble comes in the form of her Torts professor, the man whose arrogance infuriates her in class but haunts her private fantasies.

Graydon Canter had a fortune and a place on all the hottest “Thirty under Thirty” lists, until a series of personal missteps nearly destroyed his career. A year teaching at a D.C. law school is just the break he needs to get his life back in order, as long as nothing—and no one—trips him up.

When Blair and Gray are forced to work together, their explosive attraction becomes impossible to resist. But Gray’s demons have drawn him dangerously close to the edge, and Blair has spent her life playing by the rules. Will she break them for a shot at love?

Check out Book 1 in the Capital Confessions series, Flirting with Scandal

 

About the Author

Originally a Florida girl, CHANEL CLEETON moved to London where she received a bachelor’s degree from Richmond, The American International University in London and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Chanel fell in love with London and planned to stay there forever, until fate intervened on a Caribbean cruise and a fighter pilot with smooth dance moves swept her off her feet. Now, a happily ever after later, Chanel is living her next adventure.

Law school made Chanel realize she’d rather spend her days writing sexy stories than in a courtroom, and she hasn’t looked back since. An avid reader and hopeless romantic, she’s happiest curled up with a book. She has a weakness for handbags, her three pups, and her husband. 



Chanel writes contemporary romances. She is published by Harlequin HQN, Penguin/InterMix, and Penguin/Berkley and is the author of the International School, Capital Confessions, and Wild Aces series.

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Ice Planet Barbarians: A Sci-Fi Alien Serial Romance by Ruby Dixon

“We all know interspecies romance is weird.” ― Tim Burton

Take one part X-Files, an equal serving of Jericho Barrons’ monstrous alter ego in the Fever series by Karen Marie Moning, or as Auralee has coined him the “ferocious beast” as in Maggie and the…, with a soupçon of The Host, combined with a heroine straight out of one of her novels. I meant Auralee Wallace, not Stephenie Meyer, which is a good thing believe me. Is there anyone alive who wouldn’t love to punch Bella Swan in the face, just once? Then consider the Herculean task of surviving on a planet almost but not quite like Hoth, the snow planet in The Empire Strikes Back and you will have an idea of what reading the unexpectedly delightful Ice Planet Barbarians is like.

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In case I haven’t mentioned it lately, despite it’s faults, I love, love, love Goodreads. When doing my daily troll I noticed that Cara Bristol, author of the vastly entertaining Breeder series that I read last year, had posted a recommendation for an e-serial called Ice Planet Barbarians. Wait, what! I swear the title alone gave me pause however when I clicked on the description I was sold and one-clicked it immediately then proceeded to read it all in a single evening and stayed up WAY past my bedtime. Something that I will tell you, for those who don’t know me, I do not do lightly.

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From GoodreadsYou’d think being abducted by aliens would be the worst thing that could happen to me. And you’d be wrong. Because now, the aliens are having ship trouble, and they’ve left their cargo of human women – including me – on an ice planet.

And the only native inhabitant I’ve met? He’s big, horned, blue, and really, really has a thing for me…

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Georgie Carruthers didn’t believe in aliens, truly, why would she? One moment it was just another Tuesday in Florida and the next she had been transported into terrifying nightmare that proved to be all too real. She awakens in the hold of a ship, caged with a dozen or so other kidnapped women. All 22 years of age, in good health and relatively alone in the world. Thanks to Kira, the one captive who had been outfitted with a universal translator, they know that they are cargo being transported across the universe for what can only be nefarious purposes.

Being a “take charge” kind of girl Georgie is not content to “let the chips fall where they may” but it seems that the fates have other plans when the starship malfunctions necessitating that they dump their cargo planning to return for it later. To say the planet is inhospitable would be a massive understatement. They coin the planet “Not-Hoth” due to its frigid temperatures and barren tundra. The women have no supplies beyond the clothes on their backs and face the very real possibility of dying, if they do not find shelter and food beyond the hold and what few provisions their alien captors had provided them with.

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After she kills one of the tyrannical guards in their escape attempt and also being the one of the least injured in the crash, Georgie is the natural choice to go out and search for help and/or supplies. Unfortunately she is trapped while fleeing a monstrous carnivorous aquatic-type animal. Personally I would faint too if I was hanging upside down and saw something that resembled the abominable snowman, and not the one from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, approaching to see what they had snared!

One of the things I’ve always liked about science fiction is the way it makes you think about things, and look at things from angles you’d never have thought about before.” ― Jo Walton, Among Others      

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It is at this point that $hit gets weird or weirder if you will, Georgie finds herself rescued by the fireman calendar equivalent of Sully from Monsters Inc. I apologize if I have ruined the Disney-Pixar classic for you but really… Seven feet tall? Blue? Furry? Tail? Horns? I’m just sayin’.


This whole damn planet is against me.

I’m feeling pretty miserable when Vektal sets me down in the snow and glares fiercely at me. “Saan tes.” He points at the ground. “Tes!”

“Stay here. Got it,” I mumble, feeling guilty. I cross my arms over my chest and wait.

He gives me an exasperated look and then heads a few feet away. I notice we’re right back at that stupid cliff with the buried cave. We’re right back where we started a short time ago, except in the meantime I’ve had half my hair pulled out by rabid yeti, acquired a few more bruises, and now he’s pissed at me.

I hate this place. I hate that it’s cold and it’s snowing all the damn time and everything wants to eat my freaking face. I hate that I’m wearing a smelly gross jumpsuit and that I ate raw meat and that there are a dozen girls up the hill who would probably kill to be in my place at the moment, and I can’t even feel grateful.  – Ruby Dixon, Ice Planet Barbarians


7_martaFor once it wasn’t Captain Kirk getting to bang the green chick or blue as it were. And who would have thought oral sex was the key to world peace or at least pretty darned close? When Vektal finds the strange female in his snare he is shocked to realize that the creature is actually his mate. What follows is a hilarious and X-rated courtship that has to be read to be believed. Now before you judge, read it first. I never would have considered relations with a blue horned alien prior to this at all titillating, well in truth I didn’t consider them at all. But then again my husband seems to often share a personality with Shrek so maybe I am just more open minded…

Ultimately, Ice Planet Barbarians: A SciFi Alien Serial Romance was all that I hoped Squirm by Cari Silverwood would be and sadly was not. Underneath the WTF synopsis was a story that was in equal parts sexy, humorous and sweetly romantic. I can only hope that she writes faster as I need the rest of the crash victims stories, well yesterday. Though I may never view Monsters Inc. in the same way again I enjoyed every word of this wonderfully ridiculous tale and have added Ruby Dixon to the list of my must read authors.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ruby Dixon is the seekrit penname of a NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author. Ruby, in conjunction with Ella Goode and Kati Wilde, is a contributor to the Motorcycle Club series. These are novellas for when you want all of the heat and emotion but don’t have all of the time. With word counts between 20,000 to 30,000, these sexy stories will deliver a hot romance between your favorite leather clad heroes and their amazing women.

Ruby also writes alien romance serials! Check out BARBARIAN ALIEN!

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Playing with Trouble by Chanel Cleeton – THREE MORE DAYS!

 Playing with Trouble by Chanel Cleeton

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Series: Capital Confessions #2

Expected publication: July 21, 2015 by Penguin/InterMix

The author of Flirting with Scandal presents her second book in a sexy contemporary romance series about three sisters in a powerful political family, the scandals that threaten to destroy them, and the passion that drives them…

The daughter of one of the Senate’s most powerful figures, Blair Reynolds was ready to become the ultimate political wife—until she caught her fiancé cheating on her wedding day. Law school is a fresh start, her shot at putting the pieces of her life back together. That’s the plan, at least. Until trouble comes in the form of her Torts professor, the man whose arrogance infuriates her in class but haunts her private fantasies.

Graydon Canter had a fortune and a place on all the hottest “Thirty under Thirty” lists, until a series of personal missteps nearly destroyed his career. A year teaching at a D.C. law school is just the break he needs to get his life back in order, as long as nothing—and no one—trips him up.

When Blair and Gray are forced to work together, their explosive attraction becomes impossible to resist. But Gray’s demons have drawn him dangerously close to the edge, and Blair has spent her life playing by the rules. Will she break them for a shot at love?

Check out Book 1 in the Capital Confessions series, Flirting with Scandal

About the Author

Originally a Florida girl, CHANEL CLEETON moved to London where she received a bachelor’s degree from Richmond, The American International University in London and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Chanel fell in love with London and planned to stay there forever, until fate intervened on a Caribbean cruise and a fighter pilot with smooth dance moves swept her off her feet. Now, a happily ever after later, Chanel is living her next adventure.

Law school made Chanel realize she’d rather spend her days writing sexy stories than in a courtroom, and she hasn’t looked back since. An avid reader and hopeless romantic, she’s happiest curled up with a book. She has a weakness for handbags, her three pups, and her husband.

Chanel writes contemporary romances. She is published by Harlequin HQN, Penguin/InterMix, and Penguin/Berkley and is the author of the International School, Capital Confessions, and Wild Aces series.

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The Lemorian Crest (Cobbogoth #2) by Hannah L. Clark COVER REVEAL

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The Lemorian Crest (Cobbogoth #2)

Release Date: July 2015
Summary from Goodreads:
After being raised from infancy in Boston, Mass., Noria (a.k.a Norah Lukens) has no idea what to expect upon entering New Cobbogoth, where she never would have guessed that paths of light can make you vanish; doors can lead to realms both near and far; myths and legends are actual history; a mere kiss can seal two souls as one; and, of course, a stone is never “just a stone.” Her Uncle Jack’s stories never could have prepared her for the magical and dangerous place her native realm is turning out to be.
When the Gihara’s promises begin to crumble, her best friend and soul-mate Jamus (a.k.a. James Riley) is in more danger than ever. Then when his father Lylend abandons her to search for an ancient relic called The Lemorian Crest and she is taken captive by the very people she’s risked everything to save, Noria begins to lose faith in the Cobbogothian gods and the mission they sent her home to accomplish.
Only when a series of new friendships and loyalties are forged in the most
peculiar of places, does Noria dare hope again. Hope for Jamus’ safety, for
their future together, and for the survival of the entire Cobbogothian race.


 

Book 1: Uncovering Cobbogoth was published in 2014 by Cedar Fort Publishing.
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About the Author

hannah clarkHannah L. Clark lives with her husband and two children in the Rocky Mountains. She has always known she would be a storyteller. In 2006 she graduated from Utah Valley University with a bachelor’s degree in English and immediately began writing her first novel.

Uncovering Cobbogoth was Clark’s first book in the seven book Cobbogoth series based on her mythological brain-child, The Legend of the Cobbogothians. It was released in May 2014 through Cedar Fort Publishing. Book 2 in the series, The Lemorian Crest will be released in Summer 2015.

Clark loves running, mythology, singing while playing the guitar,
herbal tea, escaping into imaginary worlds, and being with her peeps. Like her heroine Norah, she also kind of believes that trees might have souls, but must clarify that she has never actually hugged a tree. The closest she has ever come to that kind of bizarre behavior was the time she hugged the pillars outside Harry Potter Land. Which, all things considered, is not bizarre at all if you take into account how exquisitely happy she was to finally be there. 😉

 
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If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It! My Plea to The Austen Project

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The Austen Project is celebrating 200 years of Jane Austen’s works, which I think is a wonderful thing because some of my all-time favourite novels are written by her. I think that my love of Jane Austen’s writing is part of the problem that I keep running into as I read these “re-imagined” classics. For Sense & Sensibility by Joanna Trollope and now for Alexander McCall Smith’s interpretation of Emma, I am left feeling disappointed for I truly believe that both novels had the potential to be more engaging than they were.

After reading Trollope’s version of Sense & Sensibility, I came to the realization that it is the adherence or lack thereof to the basic premise of the story which I have the most difficulty with. Regardless of which version be it the many film adaptations or Trollope’s modernization. You can read my review for Sense & Sensibility here http://wp.me/p3xI0z-173.



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From GoodreadsThe summer after she graduates from university, Emma Woodhouse returns home to the village of Highbury, where she will live with her health-conscious father until she is ready to launch her interior-design business and strike out on her own. In the meantime, she will do what she does best: offer guidance to those less wise than she is in the ways of the world. Happily, this summer brings many new faces to Highbury and into the sphere of Emma’s not always perfectly felicitous council: Harriet Smith, a naïve teacher’s assistant at the ESL school run by the hippie-ish Mrs. Goddard; Frank Churchill, the attractive stepson of Emma’s former governess; and, of course, the perfect Jane Fairfax.


When I picked up Emma by Alexander McCall Smith, I thought for sure that I would get the satisfaction of reading a new and modern twist on a story that I already adored. An added bonus was that I had already read several books in Smith’s series “The No.1 Ladies Detective Agency” and thoroughly enjoyed them, so I felt like it was almost a guarantee that I would enjoy his take on Emma. After much pondering, I think that are certain elements of the story that Smith did a very good job at such as adding comedic moments and characterizations that were quite entertaining. In the end, however, I really believe that he missed his mark with his portrayal of the two most important characters in the book, Emma Woodhouse and George Knightly.

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Jeremy Northam and Gwyneth Paltrow as George Knightly and Emma Woodhouse in Emma (1996)

The story begins with a brief explanation of how Mr. Woodhouse had grown into the most lovable “worry-wart” you might ever encounter. His bemoanings and theories of how the proverbial “sky is falling!” were some of the best and funniest parts of this novel. Smith also created more of a background for some of the smaller characters in the story which were highly entertaining, such as Mrs. Goddard, “the hippie”, who was known for adding her “special” ingredient into her cakes, and Mr. Elton, the vicar, who was desperately looking for a wife with a large family fortune to bail him out of some bad property investments.  Smith’s embellishment of these characters was definitely an excellent addition to the story. Unlike Sense & Sensibility, Persuasion and even Pride and Prejudice, Emma is a lighthearted story that is definitely meant to make you smile or even laugh out loud in places. I would say that Smith kept with that theme throughout the book.

Ever alive to the social comedy of village life, beloved author Alexander McCall Smith’s Emma is the busybody we all know and love, and a true modern delight.”

Source: http://theaustenproject.com/books/#sthash.kgwCPjPy.dpuf

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Alicia Silverstone as Cher Horowitz in Clueless (1995)

My problem with this description about the book is the part that states “Emma is the busybody we all know and love”.  I have to say that I did NOT love Emma. I had the exact opposite reaction to her character, which was a first given that I’ve seen several variations of the story in film and read the original novel. It was his description of Emma from almost the very beginning that gave me great pause. His interpretation of Emma was that of a completely self-absorbed, spoiled, mean, little rich girl who was so completely ignorant of how her words and actions impacted others that she was completely unlikable.

This characterization of Emma left me quite confused because my recollection of the story did not leave me hating Emma, and if I had only ever read Smith’s version of the story, then that is exactly what I would feel about her. Smith’s attempts to describe Emma’s motivations were also erratic with at one point he seems to try to imply she is bi-curious and that is why she becomes so fixated on Harriet Smith’s friendship, to making her almost into a “madam” as she encourages Harriet to become a kept woman as a way to help fund her “gap year” travel plans. It is an interesting interpretation but not in keeping with the core of the story, which no matter how an artist reimagines, it should remain constant. Emma in this version, hardly shows much affection or true caring for anyone else other than herself.

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As for Mr. Knightly, here again, I was left wanting. I kept waiting for the magic to spark between Emma and Knightly as I knew that it should, but it never actually happened. As I struggled through the novel, I kept thinking, “Why would this guy ever want to be with her?” When it came down to the significant moments in the story where Mr. Knightly tries to help Emma see the error of her ways, I never got even a hint of the passion that I knew should have been there between them. I kept waiting for the chemistry to erupt, but it never really happened. Even when Knightly and Emma were arguing which is where you would expect the fireworks between two people who are in love and don’t know it yet to show, the emotion just seemed to fizzle.

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Jonny Lee Miller as George Knightley in Emma (2009)

I was so perplexed by the novel, that I felt the need to go back and watch the BBC mini-series that aired on Masterpiece Theatre back in 2010, starring Romola Garai and Jonny Lee Miller. I also went back to the original novel by Austen to do some comparisons between scenes and dialogue. In both cases, Emma’s character was written with far more depth so that we see that there is more to her than her being a spoiled, indulged little girl, but she also demonstrates great affection throughout the story for those closest to her, such as her father, Ms. Taylor and Mr. Knightly. It is these signs of empathy and humanity that I felt was really lacking throughout most of Smith’s book. Most importantly, you can feel the passion between Emma and Knightly and it is clear that there is more than just friendship developing between them from the beginning, even if neither character realizes it.

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Romola Garai and Jonny Lee Miller as Emma Woodhouse and George Knightley in Emma (2009)

So this all brings me back to the old adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it“, something that I sincerely believe those involved in The Austen Project need to consider. Modernizing Austen’s stories is a tall order, no doubt about it. My next book from The Austen Project to-be-read list is Northanger Abbey by Val McDermid. Here’s hoping that Northanger Abbey will live up to its inspiration!

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AMSAlexander McCall Smith is the author of the international phenomenon The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series, the Isabel Dalhousie Series, the Portuguese Irregular Verbs series, and the 44 Scotland Street series. He is professor emeritus of medical law at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and has served on many national and international bodies concerned with bioethics. He was born in what is now known as Zimbabwe and he was a law professor at the University of Botswana. He lives in Scotland.

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Playing with Trouble by Chanel Cleeton – Just 4 More Sleeps!

Playing with Trouble by Chanel Cleeton

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Series: Capital Confessions #2

Expected publication: July 21, 2015 by Penguin/InterMix

The author of Flirting with Scandal presents her second book in a sexy contemporary romance series about three sisters in a powerful political family, the scandals that threaten to destroy them, and the passion that drives them…

The daughter of one of the Senate’s most powerful figures, Blair Reynolds was ready to become the ultimate political wife—until she caught her fiancé cheating on her wedding day. Law school is a fresh start, her shot at putting the pieces of her life back together. That’s the plan, at least. Until trouble comes in the form of her Torts professor, the man whose arrogance infuriates her in class but haunts her private fantasies.

Graydon Canter had a fortune and a place on all the hottest “Thirty under Thirty” lists, until a series of personal missteps nearly destroyed his career. A year teaching at a D.C. law school is just the break he needs to get his life back in order, as long as nothing—and no one—trips him up.

When Blair and Gray are forced to work together, their explosive attraction becomes impossible to resist. But Gray’s demons have drawn him dangerously close to the edge, and Blair has spent her life playing by the rules. Will she break them for a shot at love?

Check out Book 1 in the Capital Confessions series, Flirting with Scandal

 

About the Author

Originally a Florida girl, CHANEL CLEETON moved to London where she received a bachelor’s degree from Richmond, The American International University in London and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Chanel fell in love with London and planned to stay there forever, until fate intervened on a Caribbean cruise and a fighter pilot with smooth dance moves swept her off her feet. Now, a happily ever after later, Chanel is living her next adventure.

Law school made Chanel realize she’d rather spend her days writing sexy stories than in a courtroom, and she hasn’t looked back since. An avid reader and hopeless romantic, she’s happiest curled up with a book. She has a weakness for handbags, her three pups, and her husband. 



Chanel writes contemporary romances. She is published by Harlequin HQN, Penguin/InterMix, and Penguin/Berkley and is the author of the International School, Capital Confessions, and Wild Aces series.

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