I got an email this week from both Book Depository and Amazon (no surprise since Amazon owns BD) that they are already shipping out the print copies of Hidden Heat. Its official release day is April 2nd, but if you’ve pre-ordered your copy from one of those two sites, you may have it as early as next week!
(It was a nice email to get because to be honest, I’m so bogged down in making sure my newest manuscript is finished, I, um, forgot that Hidden Heat was coming out in print so soon. Something in my brain kept thinking it was out in May. Oops.)
Have you ordered your copy of the book nominated as “Best Romantic Suspense of 2012” by the reviewers at The Romance Studio, given a Top Pick review from Night Owl Reviews or that Romantic Times Magazine declared “…almost too hot to touch”?
Be careful what you don’t wish for. Fate might snatch it away.
When handling Hauberk’s managers, efficiency is Sandy Hallquist’s watchword. In her personal life? Excitement all the way, baby. That’s why she escaped Minnesota—and her marriage-minded mother—for a job with one of the hottest bodyguard companies on the eastern seaboard. What more could she ask for than to be surrounded by all that alpha-male testosterone?
a story that is complete with lots of push and pull, sexual desire, and heat…a wild ride readers will relish ~ Shannon, The Romance Studio
In one moment of weakness, he allowed Sandy a glimpse behind his carefully crafted mask. The more he’s around her, the sharper his yearning for stability. A home. Love. Pity those are the last things she’s looking for. And revealing that she’s the one true thing in his life could be the very words that drive her away.
At the first whisper of the “L” word, Sandy’s first instinct is to hit the brakes. By the time Sandy admits to herself that Troy is more than a passing fancy, though, his next mission could take the decision out of her hands.
Product Warnings: This book contains sexcapades in secret clubs, voyeurism, a touch of bondage and risqué office shenanigans.