RELEASE BLITZ: Southern Hotshot by Jessica Peterson
Lusting after the woman trying to steal my job is stupid. Sexting with her? That's a game-changing fumble.
Southern Hotshot by Jessica Peterson is now live!
Emma Crawford became enemy number one the second she stepped foot on Blue Mountain Farm. She might think I'm just a dumb jock, but I know she's a stuck-up wine snob who believes she'd be a better exec than me.
She can take my position over my dead body.
But with her ridiculous curves and fearless smarts, she's becoming one giant distraction just when I need to prove my worth most.
Lucky for me that I have a secret internet sext partner to blow off steam with. My nightly dirty chats with V scratch all the itches Emma gives me.
Emma and V couldn't be more different--except it turns out they're the same person.
Just when I thought this scenario was enough of a disaster, I'm falling for the co-worker I can't touch and can hardly stand.
Even a hotshot player like me can see this is a game we're both gonna lose.
SOUTHERN HOTSHOT is a full length, STANDALONE small town novel. It is the second book in the all new North Carolina Highland series.
SOUTHERN SEDUCER: Beau + Annabel's Story
SOUTHERN HOTSHOT: Samuel + Emma's Story
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Jessica Peterson writes smart, sexy romance set in her favorite cities around the world. She grew up on a steady diet of Mr. Darcy, Jamie Frasier, and Edward Cullen, and it wasn’t long before she started creating irresistible heroes of her own. She loves strong coffee, stronger heroines, and heroes with hot accents.
She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband Ben, her daughter Gracie, and her smelly Goldendoodle Martha Bean.
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Can I say steamy??? Yes this book is definitely that - but boy is it so much more.
Great storytelling with some fantastic characters. Book 2 features Samuel & Emma. They are so very similar and it takes Samuel a little longer than Emma to realize that. When that happens the story really takes off from there in my opinion.
I loved the sense of family and how Emma easily slotted in - like she had been there a lot longer than she actually has. Honestly there must have been a whole lot of research done for this book and it definitely shows.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.