Welcome to my post for the Book Blitz of Picture Perfect by Camille Dixon.
This NA romance is due to be published on March 26th.
On the outside, Devin Thompson looks like he has it all – charm, good looks, and a scholarship every art major at Sanhope would kill for. But on the inside, he’s dying. His family is falling apart, his grades are dropping, and his girlfriend just dumped him for his hockey team rival, who also happens to be his younger brother. Not to mention he hasn’t been able to snap a decent picture for his senior portfolio in weeks. But when a sultry redhead with fire burning in her eyes struts across his path, he thinks he may have finally found his muse…
Angela “Angel” Davis learned early on that life never offers any hand-outs. And she’s getting burned out. Between juggling her nights as an exotic dancer at a men’s private club and struggling to keep up with her elementary education courses during the day, she barely has time to think of the future. Not that she wants to. The future implies planning, and Angel is no stranger to broken dreams. Then she meets Devin, a man who’s so wrong for her, yet she can’t seem to stay away from.
When Devin offers to take her on as his private model, Angel finds the cash hard to refuse. Each has something the other desperately needs, and neither one is willing to walk away. As their professional relationship spirals out of control into something more, they learn sometimes the wrong person can be the only right person, and that life – and people – are rarely picture perfect.
I enclose for you an excerpt from the book:
The Fox Hunt had several private viewing rooms for one-on-one’s and VIP parties, all
coordinated with a different color scheme. Blue was close by, so it didn’t take long for me to get
there. After readjusting my bustier, I applied a sultry smile and slinked past the curtain.
Soft golden lights dotted the room, the walls of which were hidden by dark blue silk
curtains. Non-scented candles burned on the two onyx tables in the room, highlighting the
sensual, relaxed atmosphere. Beneath the curtains, the walls were padded, making them all
but completely soundproof from the noise out on the main floor. Plush satin pillows dripping
in tassels lay strewn about the floor, gathering next to the centerpiece of the room – a massive
throne carved with the same embellishments as the tables.
Spying the figure lounged in the chair, my ruby lips pursed then twisted into a sly smile.
“Huh. What do you know. You did have the cash after all,” I said as I sauntered forward.
The stranger from earlier never flinched. One dark brow rose in a comical arc. “Do you
always start these things by insulting your clients?”
“Depends. Do insults and word play turn you on, or are you a more of a physical kind
of guy?” I grabbed a sash from atop the pillows, grasping both ends before hooking it around
the stranger’s neck and climbing onto his lap. Most men shivered or showed some semblance
of intimidation when I came close, but not this guy. He held himself like a man who was
comfortable around women. Something dark and hot stirred deep inside me, shooting adrenaline
into my veins.
And now for the giveaway!
One winner will receive an ebook of Picture Perfect by Camille Dixon. Open internationally.
Thanks to Xpresso Book Tours for organising.