Friday, January 25, 2013

Lucky Ducks! - Birthday Celebration & Giveaway

It's hard to believe that a year ago, LUCKY DUCKS was published. It was a joy to write and share. To celebrate a great year, I'm giving away three eBook copies in whatever format you would like (Kindle, Nook, or pdf). All you have to do is leave a comment to be entered. Also include your email address so I can notify you if your name is drawn at noon on Wednesday, January, 30, 2013.




  BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!!

Snippet from LUCKY DUCKS:

     “Have a seat, Mrs. Stone.” Kasen Isaak’s voice was as chilly as his eyes.
 
     Claire sat in a straight-back chair and folded her hands in her lap. Read the resume, bonehead. "It's Miss Stone." Should she go through the trouble of explaining that she recently divorced and had taken back her maiden name? It took a millisecond to decide to leave well enough alone.
 
     Kasen fumbled with a folder with her name in small, black letters. He removed the resume, glanced at it before tossing it aside, and then leaned on his elbows. "What do you know about investing, Miss Stone? How familiar are you with the markets?"
 
     Claire swallowed hard. "Truthfully?" His pointed look had her crossing her legs. Uncrossing them. Moving from side to side in the chair. And trying not to focus on the fact she had to pee. "I know the market is volatile and investors are being cautious. My knowledge of investing, however, is limited to the experience of my 401K." Translation: I know as much about investing as this chair does.
 
     Kasen leaned back, furrowed his bushy eyebrows, and drilled her with a harsh stare.
 
     Wordless staring? Seriously?
 
     Claire was tempted to hum the music from Jeopardy while she waited.
 
     He finally spoke and sarcasm clipped each word. "That hardly qualifies you to work here."
 
     Sheesh. Wasn't mowing her over on the sidewalk enough? Did he have to do it with the interview too? Thank God she had Jake Stone's DNA swimming through her veins. Claire furrowed her eyebrows to match his. "The position is for clerical work, right?"
 
     For a second he went slack-jawed. It was then that she noticed the small cleft in his chin...and dimples.
 
     Dang it! Now was not the time to notice chin clefts and dimples.
 
 
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR KINDESS AND SUPPORT THIS PAST YEAR!
 


 


 

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    1. Thanks, Jolyse!! You're awesome :-))

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  3. Hi Jan,

    Congrats on the one year anniversary for Lucky Ducks! I've already read Lucky Ducks and loved it! Looking forward to your next book!

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