It's Hometown Hero Week at DeeandDee Dish they're doing a contest on Why your Hometown should or should not be in a book?
I think my hometown should not be in a book,I live in Hawaii,but in the hills,nowhere near the beautiful beaches that romances are set in.
DeeandDee will be givving away three book,two of the books are:
BEWARE OF DOUG by Elaine Fox
Lily Tyler's very interested in her sexy new neighbor, private jet pilot Brady Cole. Brady could really go for smart, gorgeous Lily. The fire that's generated whenever they're together isn't just chemical . . . it's nuclear! But then there's Doug . . .
The real ruler of the roost—Lily's noisy, nasty, match-mauling pooch—Doug likes to greet anyone he dislikes with yaps, nips, and very unpleasant surprises. And Doug does not like Brady. (Doug, in fact, doesn't like anybody—except Lily, of course. And, oddly enough, the squeaky clean, partner-track attorney whom Lily's domineering dad would love for his dutiful daughter to marry.)
Brady's no canine fan to begin with—and Doug's the devil-dog incarnate! But Lily could never get serious with anyone who doesn't click with her precious puppy—so Brady's going to need a lot more than great looks, smooth charm, and hot passion to get himself out of the doghouse and into Lily's life!
THE HAUNTING by Hope Tarr
Red-hot and Union Blue
Investigating a noise in the attic of her historic home, Maggie Holliday encounters a handsome man in Civil War uniform. He calls her “Isabel,” seduces her in ways the shy academic had never dreamed of…then literally vanishes.
With every fleeting visit, Maggie’s mysterious lover—Ethan—takes her closer to the edge of ecstasy and madness. Is he really a ghost? Far from chilling her, his touch is incendiary—it all feels so real and so very, very good. And so familiar.
Ethan insists Maggie is the reincarnation of his long-lost love. And after a few incredible nights in his arms, Maggie is inclined to believe him. But does she dare surrender to a passion that transcends time, tragedy…and even death?