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Giveaway Interview RESTLESS SPIRIT by SOMMER MARSDEN @sommer_marsden @SourcebooksCasa





Book Description

 December 3, 2013



I believe you can look at someone—maybe one someone in your whole life—and feel this instant connection. A zap like lightning."

When Tuesday Cane inherits a cozy lake house, she's not expecting to find love as part of her legacy. But how can she choose between Adrian, the loyal and über-sexy handyman she's known for years; the charming and wealthy Reed Green, a former TV star; and the mysterious Shepard Moore, an ex cage fighter?

The only way to know for sure is to try them all...

Surrounded by so many interesting men and erotic temptations, Tuesday as no intention of committing. But deep down she longs for that special, soul-deep connection. Only, which man can entice this restless spirit into finally settling




About the author!

OMG - SHE HAS A DACHSHUND! 

Sommer Marsden is wine-swigging, wiener-dog-owning author responsible for Boys Next Door, Restless Spirit, Learning to Drown, Base Nature and multiple other erotic novels. She currently writes erotica and erotic romance for HarperCollins Mischief, Ellora's Cave, eXcessica, Resplendence Publishing, Pretty Things Press and Xcite Books.

Sommer's short work can be found in over a hundred and thirty erotic anthologies including The Big Book of Bondage, Gotta Have It, Alison's Wonderland, Best Women's Erotica 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012, Lust at First Bite, Liaisons, Hurts So Good and Slave to Love ('11). She has written for Forum UK, Love Stories, Desire, Hustler Fantasies, and Penthouse Variations. 

Keep up with current news on her blog Unapologetic Fiction by visiting http://sommermarsden.blogspot.com


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PLEASE WELCOME SOMMER TO BOOKHOUNDS




1.       What is the first book you remember reading by yourself as a child?
Bruce the Moose’s Loose Tooth. I have tried for years to find a copy but have failed!

2.       What are you reading right now?
Takedown Twenty by Janet Evanovich. I’m a huge fan.

3.       How does your garden grow?
However it damn well pleases. We have multiple gardens and are still trying to fine tune how they want to be set up. Yes, how they want to be set up. Clearly, they are in charge. I have high hopes that we might actually get it right this coming spring.

4.       What is the last thing you Googled?
Heavy Horses.

5.       What makes you cringe?

The words flesh, belch, moist and several others. Also, anything to do with teeth. I am tooth phobic.


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10 comments:

  1. I like normal for the most part but like weird when it's funny

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  2. I like both but I usually do more normal than weird. :)

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  3. I like weird in all books to me its more fun to read

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  4. I prefer normal. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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  5. I enjoy both in my reads. But, normal is a little easier to deal with most days. Happy Holidays and thanks for this chance.
    Carol L
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  6. I think everybody has a little weird in them. That is what makes us different from the next person. If we were all the same the world would be a very boring place.

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  7. Normal is appealing to me more, because as a medical professional it's a word that covers a lot of territory when the patient or family asks about a symptom.

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