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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Tour: Cub in Blue by Morgan K. Wyatt (Book Blitz/Giveaway)

Hi lovelies! Today we have a one-day book blitz for Morgan K. Wyatt's erotic romance, Cub in Blue. Be sure to check it out and then enter the giveaway below!




Genre: Erotic Romance
Heat level: 4
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Release date: January 21, 2012
What if all your life consisted of was, work and therapy dates where middle-aged men talked about their fears in a family-style restaurant? Would it depress you? Maybe it would even make you long for something new, even, a little wild? It did Deidre. Call it an impulse move born of desperation, but she finally caved into Curt, a policeman who just returned to duty after being wounded in a sting operation, who wasn’t taking no for an answer.
Going out with a cop, fourteen years her junior was an irrational thing to do her friends helpfully pointed out. Meeting Curt for drinks was just the beginning. Deidre was unsure how to handle her recovering hero, and her growing affection for the young alpha male. The real question was would Deidre be able to overcome her doubts and peer pressure to live the life she always fantasized about having? 
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Excerpt: 

Tossing her hair over her shoulder, she noticed a man staring at her intently. She slipped off her glasses, thinking it would make her look more attractive. It might be him. A square set to his shoulders, short military-style haircut, and he appeared to be walking in a direct line to her. Could be. She flashed a smile, a calculated smile meant to dazzle with perfect orthodontic work and promise. He stopped suddenly as if hit in the solar plexus.
“Deidre?”
Turning slightly, she allowed one long leg to stretch out and make contact with the floor before speaking. Falling off the barstool might not make the best first impression. “Curt?” Dare she hope this toned male with the almost crew cut was her man.
“Ah, it is you.” Curt grinned, taking her hand and helping her alight from the barstool. Nodding in the direction of her glass, he asked, “Is that your drink?” At her agreement, he picked up the glass and led her to a table.
Deidre shot a quick glance back at the bartender who shrugged his shoulders. Probably meant no key lime pie for her. Oh well, she didn’t come for the pie.
Putting her drink on the booth table, Curt leaned over and gave her a brief hug and kiss on the hair. Wow. Surprised, Deidre plopped down on the vinyl seat, causing it to make an embarrassing hissing noise. “It’s the seat,” she explained, sorry she said anything once the words came out. Can we say sophisticated older woman image up in flames?
“I know.” Curt acknowledged her remark, sliding in opposite her. A server showed up, handed them menus, and took Curt’s beer order.
The conversational ball was back to her. Argh. Her mind kept yelling “yummy,” but not a great way to start a conversation, or was it? “Curt, I couldn’t help noticing you are even cuter than your photo. Now why is it you like older women?”
His eyes lit up as he picked up Deidre’s hand and bestowed a kiss on it. “That’s one of the reasons I like older women, they cut to the chase, say what they mean.”
“Oh.” Did she do that? If she did, it wasn’t intentional.
The server brought Curt his beer and inquired if they’d like to order anything from the menu. The deal was you really needed to order food if you wanted to prolong your time together. Suddenly, she knew she wanted to extend her time. So far, she’d had more physical contact with Curt in the last four minutes than all her dates with Kevin combined, and she liked it. A lot.
The burgers sizzling behind the swinging doors tantalized her. A burger would be good. Besides, burgers did not embarrass her as sloppy foods like ribs or tricky foods like crab legs that tended to shoot across the table in the cracking. Curt followed her lead. What were they talking about again? Oh yeah, how well Curt filled out his clothes.
Curt took a drink and let his free hand cover hers on the table. “I also like the fact that older women know who they are. They aren’t constantly trying out new images like Lady Gaga.”
Deidre smiled at the idea of trying new images. She did that a long, long time ago. For a while, she thought dating would give her a chance to be someone new, but she found the stress of dating didn't play well with being a completely new person. She could barely remember details about her date. Forget re-inventing herself.


About the Author:

Morgan as a child had to suffer through movies with clueless heroines rescued by smart men. Her mother dutifully read her stories where princesses waited for princes to jumpstart their lives. There were no proactive female role models in the media at that time, with the exception of Wonder Woman. It is for this reason, and that it is fun, Morgan writes about strong women going after what they want, which is often a delectable cub. Those who wonder if the cougar tales have any reality to them should remember that writers often put themselves into every story they pen, even if it is a secondary character.

You can find Morgan online at the following places: WebsiteBlogFacebookTwitter and Examiner.com: M. Carole Wyatt--Indy Dating Examiner


~*GIVEAWAY*~
Morgan is giving away a $10 gift card to one reader for Starbucks or Amazon, winner's choice. To enter, just leave a comment : What's a sure-fire way to get you out of a funk? Chocolate, a shopping trip, dancing, a good book or something else? Then fill out the Rafflecopter below. Additional entries are available but not required. Good luck! 
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43 comments:

Troy Breiland said...

A Capuccino from Starbucks!

erin said...

ooohhh... Thanks for the great excerpt and giveaway!

That's a hard one... sometimes a nice long walk w/ my dogs; a good book; a movie; a caramel macchiato from Starbucks; good friends; my mom :)

Cathy M said...

A sexy romance works like a charm.

morgan said...

Hi Troy,

Thanks for stopping in. You love capuccino, I love your comments. I hope you win.

morgan said...

Hi Cathy M,

CUB IN BLUE is a fun romp. My friend and fellow author, Cheryl Brooks, of CatStar Chronicles remarked it was one of the hottest books she's read.I hope you win a copy. Thanks for stopping by.

Tore said...

A really good book does the trick. Tore923@aol.com

Jen said...

Starbucks so I can have a coffee while I read the book : )

Looking forward to reading this.

Leni said...

Chocolate cake and a good book will get me out of a funk :)

divavixenqueen said...

Starbucks, a good book,and
some really good music. Does
the trick all the time.

Ollie said...

What usually get me in a good mood is listening to some lively dance music and reading very HOT books!

Thanks for the giveaway!

redfirewood888(AT)yahoo(DOT)ca

Ollie aka DarkBloodyVamp

Vanessa N. said...

Usually a good book and some coffee or hot chocolate. Thanks for the giveaway.

mythic021@gmail.com

Linda said...

A good workout at the gym followed by reading a good romance book in bed.

JessS said...

Chocolate. Or chocolate biscuits, expecially tim tams. YUM!

Cheryl S. said...

Spending money at Barnes & Noble. My favorite thing to do!

marybelle said...

Going for a walk works for me. I think things out.

andieleah said...

A trip to the bookstore always makes me feel better!!!

andieleah78@gmail.com

morgan said...

Hi Tore,
Thanks for stopiing by. A good book is always my reward for everything.

morgan said...

Jen,
Thanks for stopping by. I do hope you win the Starbucks card. It just gives me an excuse to go to Starbucks to get the card.:)

morgan said...

Hi Lena,

Chocolate used liberally always works for me. Thanks for stopping and commenting.

morgan said...

Hi Diva Vixen Queen,

What else could you want? I know, a free book. I hope you win.

morgan said...

Hi Ollie,

Thanks for stopping in...and following me on Twitter. You have a twitter name that is easy to remember.:)

morgan said...

Hi Vanessa,
I am a Chai Latte girl myself, but they have that at Starbucks too. Thanks for dropping in.

morgan said...

Hi Linda,

You make me want to work out, and eat chocolate for some reason. Oh yeah, the chocolate thing is in my genes. Thanks for dropping by.

morgan said...

Hi Jess,
Tim Tams is that regional? Sounds fun and yummy. Thanks for dropping by.

morgan said...

Hi Cheryl,
Spending other's people money is even better. I hope you win too. Thanks for stopping by.

morgan said...

Hi Marybelle,

Going for walks with my dog makes us both happy:)

morgan said...

Hi Andie Leah.

I hope to send you to the bookstore...online. Thanks for commenting.

Joanne said...

Some good music, a wonderful drink, and, of course, a good book.
This book sounds amazing. Can't wait to read it.

April Alvey said...

A Good Book And A Mocha Cappuccino From Starbucks. MMMMMmmmmmm Im In Heaven. butterfli262002@yahoo.com

laceyblossom said...

A favorite book and maybe some junk food or chocolate will always make me feel better!

Alicia said...

The best way to get me out of a funk would be to listen to some good fun dance music and read a good book. Though of course some chocolate could always make things better!

morgan said...

Hi Alicia,
It sounds like you covered everything. What could be better? Maybe a puppy find out on my PUPPY LOVE tour coming in June. Thanks for commenting

Astri Nasthasia Videlia said...

a book and a cup of Cappucinno i guess.. ehhhmmm... what a wonderfull day.. xD..

Thank's for this giveaway.. and making it International..^^

LorettaLynn//Temprance said...

Great Excerpt! sounds really good.
hmmm, when im in a funk i like to read a good book or watch a good movie and eat popcorn. In the warmer months i like to go and set under a shade tree with somew ice tea and a really good book:)
thank you for the great giveaway.

LorettaLynn
elliott2668(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anna @ Read Between The Lines said...

I love me a good book and a cup of tea

morgan said...

Hi Astri,

Thanks for commenting. What a beautiful name. I was windering what country you reside since you mentioned you were international.

morgan said...

Hi Loretta Lynn,
You don't live in Kentucky do you? Just wondering then we'd practically be neighbors. Thanks for commenting.

morgan said...

Hi Anna,
I am very impressed with your site and may sign up to be a guest reviewer. Of course, I won't review my own work. LOL

Astri Nasthasia Videlia said...

Hi Morgan,

Thank's to say My name is beautifull.. that's a gift from My parents of course.. (God bless them) hmpffth xD

by thw way, I'm from Jakarta, Indonesia.. ^^

Maureen said...

A good book usually takes my mind off all kinds of annoying things.

morgan said...

Hi Maureen,
A good book can be better than chocolate...and that's saying a lot for me. Thanks for commenting.

Maria pronounced Mariah said...

Hot bath with a good book usually does the trick!A

morgan said...

Hi Maria,
Sorry I missed your inital comment. I was checking back today. Thanks for commenting. Lovely photo by the way.