Release blitz for contemporary romance BLINDSIDED.
About the Book
Author: Matila Martel
Series: LOVE IS BLIND, Book 1
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Event coordinator Gemma Davenport is in the business of love…literally. She loves her job, and she's good at it. Still, Gemma has never had the opportunity to try love out for herself. There's only one man who's tempted her enough to consider it, and he's a jerk. The sexiest jerk she's ever met. So, why does her body come alive when she walks into a blind date to find…him?
Fergus Digby hates incompetence. He is meticulous and runs his company with an iron fist. Fergus is used to getting what he wants. And he wants Gemma Davenport. Since she turned down his advances not once, but twice, he can't stop thinking about her. Fantasizing about having her in his bed.
When Fergus finally gets Gemma alone, the sparks between them grow into fireworks. Can they look past the reasons they shouldn't be together and embrace the once-in-a-lifetime passion they've ignited? Or will their relationship go up in flames before it's really begun?
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Matilda is a Texas girl in love with a Philly boy who spends a lot of time in New York and Paris. Lucky me!
I live in Austin, with my husband, two crazy Chihuahuas and an even crazier cat. And I spend most of my day writing dirty romance books about older men who fall in love with younger women and make fools of themselves trying to win their hearts.
If I had to describe my type of romance, I’d say I write steamy, humorous contemporary romances dipped in sugar.
If you love Dark Romance, you’ve come to the wrong place. I don’t like dark heroes.
I like my hero to be successful, sweet, suave, sophisticated and kind--- and then I want him to lose all his composure and game when he meets the heroine. I want him to turn into a bumbling idiot when he spots the girl of his dreams and revert to a teenage boy in a man’s body trying to win her.
I like my heroines to be witty, intelligent, and unshakeable---who could do just as well without a man—until the hero convinces her otherwise.
I write A LOT OF AGE GAP--because I LOVE AGE GAP ROMANCE. I’ve got no other excuse for it.
No matter what kind of story it is, my ladies are ADORED, and my endings are always Happily EVER AFTER, not HFN.
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