ARIEL’S SONG by Evie Knight
Kacey, thank you so much for hosting me today and letting me share with your readers my new release titled, Ariel’s Song.
To celebrate the launch of my new release, I have a tour wide giveaway and I’m also gifting an ecopy of Ariel’s Song to one lucky commenter at each blog stop.
So, how did Ariel’s Song come about?
One day my husband was editing a video clip and he played an instrumental song by Lindsey Stirling. It instantly caught my attention and I started listening to her on Pandora. Then I got busy looking up other artists like her when I came across David Garrett, and the idea for Ariel’s Song was born.
About Ariel’s Song:
Colin Hoskins, famous classical violinist, is tainted by his past. Angry at life, unable to move beyond the betrayal of his dead fiancé, he’s sworn off performing or falling in love ever again. All Colin wants is to be left alone, except no one listens. Especially the pretty little assistant he can’t fire and his body burns to claim.
Stranded in a foreign country, bankrupted heiress Ariel Parks needs a job to fund her way home. Assistant of sorts to the musician she’s fantasized about for years sounds like a dream job. She never imagined the gorgeous genius would be a reclusive beast. But the real problem is the way every nerve in her body tingles at the mention of his name.
He stood up and circled his desk, stopping behind her chair. “Well?” Colin twisted his finger in the long curl brushing one side of her face, pulling it.
Ariel closed her eyes, trying not to pay attention to the goose bumps spreading down her arms.
“A cat got your tongue?” His damnable sexy British accent made her knees weak.
Her wandering thoughts, combined with his actions, got her all hot and bothered. Ariel straightened her back on the chair, shaking her head to get out of the trance he’d put her under. She opened her eyes and stared at his sturdy desk, feeling the alarm raising within her. What if the rumors are true? No. No. No. Now wasn’t the time to let those thoughts in her head. Without this job she’d have less than nothing in a few days’ time.
She willed her fears away. “I’ll be the best personal assistant you’ve ever had.” Ariel shifted in her chair, getting closer to the edge of the seat, away from his gentle fingers playing with her hair. She took a deep breath to control her nerves, hoping Colin wouldn’t call her bluff. She didn’t have any experience or a clue on what a personal assistant did.
To continue reading what happens next, visit my next blog stop tomorrow at: The Romance Chica, Janet Wrenn, Eileen Griffin
Where you can buy it
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Evie Knight writes wickedly sexy contemporary romances with irresistible bad boys, sassy heroines, a bit of conflict, humor and a dash of spice. When she’s not hard at work writing, she spends her time blogging, reading, listening to music, or looking for a muse.
She lives in sunny Southern California.
Evie loves hearing from her readers. Feel free to drop her a line at email@example.com or you can stalk her on Twitter @inlovewromance
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So, what’s up for grabs?
Tour wide giveaway is a Kindle or $70 Amazon gift card – OPEN INTERNATIONALLY
One ecopy of Ariel’s Song (one lucky commenter at each blog stop) — OPEN INTERNATIONALLY
What do you have to do to enter?
Answer this: What song moves you?
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3 thoughts on “Guest Author with #Giveaway: Evie Knight”
I find a lot of songs move me lately. Lourde’s Royals – not for the lyrics but it’s more her style, Imagine Dragons’ Radioactive, it’s so mournful, and of course any Adele song just hits you right there.
I love Lorde’s songs as well. I’m not crazy about the lyrics, though I have to admit they’re funny/interesting in their own way. But, I love, love, love her style. Imagine Dragons are great too. Radioactive gets played a lot 😉
Thanks for stopping by.
I’m looking forward to reading Ariel’s Song.
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