Thursday, September 17, 2015

Throwback Thursday - Lessons In Love

Move over, Mary Poppins! A free–spirited teacher is about to give a buttoned-up royal something he never expected-a lesson in love.
Hungry for adventure and eager to break free of her snobby home town, Brynn Dexter takes a teaching job in a foreign country, sight unseen. But when she arrives, she discovers the Laurivenia Academy doesn't exist. And neither does the teaching job.
Alex du Charbonneaux, crown prince of Laurivenia, is tired of intense media scrutiny, and wary of social-climbing women who stoop to feigning interest in his vulnerable five-year-old daughter in order to get close to him. So if he fudged the details of the "teaching job" to protect his child-and his privacy-who can blame him?
His careful plans begin to unravel the moment Brynn appears on his doorstep. She is beautiful and free spirited, nothing like the dowdy, obedient nanny he ordered.
While being a nanny to a princess is a far cry from the teaching position Brynn expected, she quickly realizes the child is in dire need of a little fun in her life-as is her stuffed-shirt father. As she sets out to teach both of them how to live a little, sparks fly and unexpected passion burns between her and Alex.
But Alex's deep-rooted suspicions linger, and Brynn struggles with the feeling that she is not good enough for him. So when the paparazzi discover their affair, all bets are off.
Can the prince and the nanny find common ground-and learn to trust in love?

Monday, September 14, 2015

Man Crush Monday - Billy Flynn

This hottie took on the role of Chad DiMera on Days of our Lives a year ago, and has made the part his own. His pining for Abigail - and current status as front runner candidate for the mysterious Necktie Killer - makes his scenes must-watch soap. Nicely done, Billy!

Monday, August 17, 2015

Man Crush Monday - Greg Vaughan

Because I'm a sucker for a good angsty love story...Greg plays ex-priest Eric on Days of our Lives, currently pining for lost love Nicole after they confessed their feelings for each other while trapped in a crawl space slowly overheating to death. (It's a soap, just roll with it.)

Friday, July 31, 2015

Eric Sheffer Stevens - Q & A

Around December of last year, I was invited to post the following Q & A with Eric Sheffer Stevens on the blog. The questions and answers were compiled by some fans in the Netherlands, who shared them with me. Unfortunately, due to life circumstances, I totally dropped the ball on getting them transcribed and posted - until now. A couple of the questions are out of date (sorry, Eye Candy) but hopefully you'll still enjoy the info.

Q: Which is harder to do, Shakespeare or Caryl Churchill and why?
A: Churchill is more difficult. There was a time I would say Shakespeare, but I am so familiar with his language and I've studied it for so long that this is no longer the case. I chose to do the Churchill play because it was so intimidating and challenging and I didn't know what the heck to do with it. I trusted I would figure it out over the four weeks of rehearsal.

Q: You've just portrayed Edmund. Do you have a favourite scene or favourite lines of his character in King Lear?
A: Favorite lines or close to it. The speech that begins, "This is the excellent foppery of the world." Act I Scene 2 Lines 118-132(ish).

Q: You played three clones in A Number. To which of the three do you relate the most as an actor and/or as a person?
A: Back to Churchill, the third character was my favorite to play - such a fun character to get into and close the play with.

Q: Did you dive yourself in the episode of Dive in Criminal Intent?
A: I did not dive in Criminal Intent. I don't think...

Q: I've read a lot about New Yorkers being different from other Americans. Do you agree and if so, how would you describe the difference?
A: Yes. Definitely. New Yorkers are different than Americans. New Yorkers live on an island off the coast of the U.S. - there are similarities but it is its own country.

Q: What do you prefer: stage, commercials, movies or TV?
A: I prefer stage, but enjoy all forms to varying degrees.

Q: Do you teach drama or literature?
A: I don't teach anything.

Q: We were really surprised to find a CD from Les Miserables and heard your voice. Did you do more projects like this?
A: The Les Mis project was a friend's that I did a long time ago - I've done nothing like it since.

Q: Can you give us more info about your role in the MTV series Eye Candy, you are playing Hamish?
A: The only thing I can say about Eye Candy is that it premieres at the beginning of the year.

So there you have it! Only half a year late. My apologies to Eric and the fans who so graciously allowed me to publish this. I hope it was worth the wait!

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Book BIN Thursday - Getting Over It

Sapphire Falls Book 6

Hailey Conner has been driving Ty Bennett crazy for years. And vice versa. It’s kind of their thing. But Ty is ready to make their thing into something more. And he’s moved in next door to make it happen.

But is he really ready?

Ty loves the confident, sassy, sexy mayor’s Ice Queen act...because he loves making her melt. But he soon finds there’s more underneath all that frostiness. And things are about to come to a full boil...

It's a new Sapphire Falls! Gotta go Buy It Now! 

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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Book BIN Tuesday - Limited Time Offer

Sex may sell, but their deal doesn't include love...

Account Director Sloane Granderson has been given her orders by the CEO--tone down the antics of the “Brew Crew”, the guys at Huxworth Packard Advertising who work on their biggest account. Sure, they're all puffed up, strutting egos, but they're also the best and brightest creatives in Chicago. Including the newest recruit, disturbingly attractive Levi Wolcott.

Award-winning copywriter Levi is pumped to have been headhunted to Huxworth Packard to work on the beer account. But he's not off to a good start when he and Sloane first meet in an embarrassing encounter in a hotel hall, and the Brew Crew's merciless new-guy hazing doesn't improve his shaky first impression. Even worse, Levi can't ignore the intense attraction he has to Sloane.

Despite their mutual “hell no” when it comes to love, a moment of weakness makes Sloan and Levi believe business and pleasure can be kept separate, and maybe a little harmless sex isn't that dangerous.

Or maybe it's as harmless as a bomb with a lit fuse...

Warning: This book contains a hero with an award-winning, panty-melting vocabulary intent on the hard sell, and a take-charge businesswoman who doesn't mind giving up control in the bedroom...and thinks panties are overrated, anyway.

Sounds fabulous, no? So why not run out and Buy It Now?

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Book BIN Wednesday - Finding Mr. Right Now

Meg Benjamin has a new book out, y'all! Reality can be hotter than fiction. 

The Salt Box Trilogy, Book 1

Monica McKellar, associate producer of Finding Mr. Right, is desperate. One of the show’s bachelors has bailed one week before shooting starts. She not only needs a replacement ASAP, he has to get the temperamental bachelorette’s stamp of approval.

Fortunately there’s a hot guy right under her nose who’s a perfect fit. Unfortunately, he pushes all her hot buttons. Until the show’s over, her hands—and every other part of her body—are tied.

When Paul Dewitt signed on to write for the reality show, “Bachelor #10” wasn’t supposed to be in his job description. He fully expects to be cut early on, which will free him to focus on the real object of his attraction. Monica.

Instead, he’s a finalist, and they’re all packed in an SUV climbing the Continental Divide, headed for Salt Box, Colorado. Where stampeding horses, vindictive tabloid editors, and one capricious bachelorette’s waffling over suitors may conspire to end Paul and Monica’s romance before it even starts.

Product Warnings
Contains hot sex on the sly, cold nights, creaking wicker couches, and a gypsy wagon that gives a whole new appreciation for the pioneers.