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Release day: Rough and Ready

15 April 2019

Today is the official release of Rough and Ready by Cathleen Ross (ebook and print, Entangled Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

Enemy … or obsession?

Before special ops soldier Hugo Boudreaux can move on, he has one last thing to do–fulfill a wartime debt to the friend who saved his life. He must infiltrate a vicious Louisiana MC club to stop their next illegal weapons shipment and send the president to jail. What he didn’t plan on was ending up an unwilling bodyguard to the man’s daughter–innocent and attractive nurse Alice Kaintuck.

Alice wants a normal life with a nice guy. But her rough-edged bodyguard is the sexiest man she’s ever met. Suddenly she can’t stop thinking about just how hot he makes her. Before she knows it, she’s tumbling into his muscular arms … though she’ll be damned if she’ll fall in love with a man as dangerous as her father. Only Hugo doesn’t make love, he consumes her and turns her life upside down with his carnal, erotic sex. Dreams of nice guys vanish when her enemy becomes her obsession …

Cathleen dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

Entangled asked me to write a follow-up book after Snatched. I had just come out of hospital after having a radical hysterectomy and, after several complications and three anaesthetics, my brain was fried. I think it still is. The conversation with my editor went like this:
Editor: “You need to write a sexy follow-up book for Snatched”.
Me, post-hysterectomy: What’s sex?
Editor: “This is a Scorched book, our hottest line. It needs a trope”.
Me: What’s a trope? “Sure,” I say because I’m professional like that.
Editor: “What trope would you like to write?”
Me: “Um, I’m not sure.”
Editor: “What about rough sex?”
Me: Looking down at hysterectomy scar. Erk! “Sure.”
I hope you enjoy Rough and Ready. I can assure you all of it is written from my extensive imagination, which still seems to be working.

You can find out more about this book at Cathleen’s website or buy it from Amazon.

 

One Comment
  1. 15 April 2019 10:49 am

    Thanks so much Debbie and ARRA team for all your support over the years.

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