*Avon is hosting a Tour Wide Giveaway for a Digital Set of THE SEEN TRILOGY by Cynthia Sax (INT).
Title: Breaking All The Rules
Author: Cynthia Sax
Genre: erotic, romance
Release Date: April 1, 2014
Buy Links: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes
Nathan Lawford, Blaine Technologies’ chief financial officer, is known as the Iceman. He conducts his personal and business affairs without emotion, never allowing himself to become involved with anyone. When Nate sees something or someone he wants, he negotiates, paying a simple, set monetary price.
Now he wants Camille, the company’s green-haired intern.
Camille Joplin Trent never expected to be paid to pleasure the man of her dreams. She can’t quite figure out why this is a bad thing. Nate is intelligent, handsome, sophisticated—everything she’s ever wanted in a lover and never thought she could have. Their contract is for a month, thirty lust-filled days of making every sexual fantasy they’ve ever had come true. At the end of this month, the rules state that their relationship will end.
Of course, Camille has never been good at following rules.
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Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This meme was inspired in part by ~ In My Mailbox~. It’s a chance to share News; a post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
Last Week on the blog
I had a blog scare earlier this week because WordPress suddenly suspended my blog with no advance notice at all. One minute I was composing a post and the next I have this two or three-sentence paragraph on my dashboard telling me Girl meets Books was no longer available.
Of course my first reaction was to panic. I had a post scheduled for a tour on that day, which I already published, but since the site was suspended, readers won’t be able to access it. My next reaction was frustration. I had no idea why they suspended my blog in the first place. When I checked their Terms of Service, I believed I did not violate any of it at all. I gave it 24 hours after I submitted my error report and when that flew by I was really freaking out already and was contemplating on whether I should choose another platform, how I was going to export all my content, and how much I loved my current blog and the time and effort I had already poured out to making it look and feel like it did at present.
Thankfully, I received a reply from WordPress maybe about 34 or 36 hours after I sent the error report and they explained how it was an error made by their anti-spam program. When I saw my blog and was able to post again, to say that I was relieved would have been an understatement. Girl meets Books is back and I’m so happy! ^__^
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