Thursday, March 5, 2015

One Night in New Orleans

I have long had a fascination with the city of New Orleans and as a result I set a great deal of my stories there. I can’t really put my finger on the reason why this city speaks to my creative soul. Perhaps it’s the history, or maybe the personal struggles of it’s people over the centuries. Maybe it’s the food. Or maybe it’s a great combination of all of the above. I do know that when I’m in a writing slump, visiting the Crescent City always inspires. Whether it’s a ghost story or erotic love story, or even a suspense, New Orleans is as much a character in the book as the hero and heroine.


Dr. Kaitlyn Burrows and her best friend, Anya, have come to New Orleans to have a little vacation and to attend an annual fundraising masquerade party. Kaitlyn is there to have fun and donate some much needed funds. What she isn’t expecting is to meet Thierry Beaulieu. He’s about to take one night in New Orleans and make it a night to remember.

Thierry Beaulieu is a pilot and has come home to his native New Orleans for some much needed down time, and to support his best friend with the bachelor charity auction. When he meets a mystery woman at the ball and finds he wants to get to know the woman better, he fixes it so she wins the auction. He has one night to prove to Kaitlyn that there is such a thing as love at first sight, and there is nothing wrong with lust being the motivator. He’s going to make sure his Kaitlyn has a night she won’t forget.