Juliette’s other interests include planning family gatherings, scrapbooking, cooking, shopping and dining out, to name a few.
Her works, including Pink Lemonade Diary, Finding Christmas Love, The Christmas Quilt, Country Cabin Christmas, Two Beaux for Christmas, Christmas Shoppe Magic, Christmas Shoppe Magic Revisited, Christmas Shoppe Magic Continues, The Christmas Spirit of Starlight Cove, and A Taste of Love, involve multi-dimensional characters and generational plots which bridge the gap between the past and present. She is a founding member of From Women’s Pens and is currently working on several projects for Annie Acorn Publishing.
Ms. Hill also collaborates with Annie Acorn on the Captain’s Point Stories series, which they write as Charlotte Kent.
- Website: http://www.onevintageheart.com
- Twitter: @JulietteHill1 and @CharlotteKent20.
All about Juliette and A Taste of Love
Today, I am showcasing a romance book from both Juliette and Susan. Both stories revolve around a gorgeous man who knows how to cook!
Every woman's dream, right?
While they might sound similar, each story is extraordinary in its own way.
Hear from the authors themselves as they tell you what makes their story so unique. But first, lets get to know the Juliette and Susan.
A Taste of Love –
Kelly Palmer is living her dream, as sous chef and sommelier at a restaurant in California’s Napa Valley, until an email from a former classmate changes her plans and re-ignites feelings that still linger in her heart.
Tony Rockland has a culinary dream of his own back in Manhattan, but it’s about to vanish after an unexpected bump in the road, unless he can enlist her help fast!
Can these two chefs team up to create their own recipe for love, or will a secret tucked away for too long destroy their last chance at happiness?
You won’t want to miss this latest treat from the beloved author of Finding Christmas Love and Christmas Shoppe Magic!
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-taste-of-love-juliette-hill/1121219722?ean=2940150098909
All about Susan and My Sexy Chef
An award-winning, internationally read, From Womens’ Pens author and humorist, Susan is best known for her series of works titled Cindy’s Crusades that includes two novels, Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems and The Sugar Ticket, a Christmas short story Two Miracles for Christmas, the short chronicle Twilight and Chickadees, and a collection of short stories titled Heart Marks the Spot.
She has also published what she refers to as her sometimes controversial rants in the Asbury Park Press. Her nonfiction articles have appeared in Parenting Teen Magazine, Aim Intercultural Magazine, and Good Dog Magazine.
Susan has won several awards via the Writer's Digest 78th Annual Writer's Contest and the Philadelphia Writer's Conference.
Her short stories A Super Sandy Christmas and Two Miracles for Christmas can be found in Annie Acorn’s 2014 Christmas Treasury. A Valentine’s Day to Remember is included in Annie Acorn’s 2015 Valentine’s Day Treasury. The Christmas Cardinal will appear in Annie Acorn’s 2015 Christmas Treasury.
Susan blogs at susanjeanricci.com.
You can friend her at: facebook.com/DinosaursCherryStems,
and you can follow her at @Susanjeanricci.
My Sexy Chef –
“Once in a lifetime, if you’re lucky, a Coup de Foudre strikes. This happened to me the first time I set eyes on Mark Bouchard.”
So begins this fast-paced, romcom, in which Malibu O’Hare, who has always prided herself on her cool demeanor regarding the opposite sex, comes face-to-face with Creole Chef Mark Bouchard and his past.
More than the steaks at Scandal restaurant begin to sizzle as Susan Jean Ricci, the beloved From Women’s Pens author of the Cindy’s Crusades series, weaves yet another hilarious, but tangled web.
Hang onto your hats, as Malibu calls on her vivacious aunt Cindy for help, and things really get steamy in this first blush novella in Ms. Ricci’s new My Sexy Chef series.
You won’t want to miss this one!
And now, a few questions for my guests...
Susan Jean Ricci: Although I’ve penned a few novels and short stories in the Contemporary Romance/Humor genre, I decided to take a chance by doing something different. That meant stepping out of the familiar and jumping feet first into another genre. I wanted to target a younger readership, as most of my previous works feature middle-aged characters. I also felt the need to infuse humor into the new story, but I wanted this tale to be steamiest I’d ever created. So I chose Blush – using a lot of innuendo, I phrased my scenes carefully, and without the explicit language readers might find in an erotic novel. I hope I succeeded.