Friday, April 24, 2015

In His Corner



 Please Welcome Vina Arno, another great Lyrical Author

(Be sure and checkout the giveaway)

Title: In His Corner
Author: Vina Arno
Genre: Contemporary romance
Publisher: Lyrical Press, an imprint of Kensington Publishing Corp.
Date of Publication: April 14, 2015

In His Corner: Description
WORK OUT
No sex for almost a year could kill a guy, but when you’re the boxer known as the Juggernaut, it’s the price you pay for turning pro. Tommy’s fully dedicated to his craft, until he meets the incredibly gorgeous Dr. Siena Carr. Now he’s looking forward to taking on this prim and proper lady in a wet and wild workout…
KNOCK OUT
Siena has seen many patients come through the ER, but none as sexy as Tommy Raines. With a nasty cut over his eye, she knows he needs stitches, but after he takes off his shirt, she needs some air. With rock-hard abs and taut biceps, it’s clear this man takes care of his body. And all Siena can think about is letting him take care of hers…
In His Corner: Book Excerpt
Dr. Siena Carr dropped the clipboard on the counter and washed her hands. When she turned around, she gasped. “What are you doing?”
The Juggernaut was undressing. Before she could say another word, he was naked. A glorious sight that sent her heart racing and her face burning. Did he know that he looked like a sculpture by Michelangelo? Except for the tattoo on his right shoulder, this man was David incarnate.
She looked away abruptly, grabbing the clipboard. She didn’t even know his name! She looked at his paperwork. Tommy Raines. “Mr. Raines, please put on your clothes.”
She continued scanning his form. Occupation: boxer. Age: twenty-two. Weight: 160 pounds. Height: six feet. Blood type: O positive. No pre-existing health conditions. His temperature and blood pressure were normal. Reason for ER visit: a cut sustained from sparring.
She faced him. Thank God, he was clothed again.
“Sorry about that,” he said. “I thought you’re supposed to check me out.”
Did he just say check him out? “Mr. Raines, this is an ER, not a bar. I don’t check out patients. Do you mean to say check up?”
He smiled. “Yeah, check up.”
“I’m going to take care of your cut, but I’m not doing a checkup. If you need one, you should go to your primary care doctor.”
“I don’t like doctors. I avoid hospitals and clinics as much as possible, but my cut kept bleeding even after I showered. So here I am.”
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In His Corner by Vina Arno, published by Lyrical Press/Kensington Publishing, is available at:
About Vina Arno
Vina Arno is a pen name used by Cindy Fazzi, a Philippine-born American writer who has worked as a journalist in the Philippines, Taiwan, and the United States. Her short stories have been published in the Snake Nation Review, Copperfield Review, and SN Review.
Read this Forbes article about Vina Arno:
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Giveaway for U.S. and Canada only, from April 14-28, 2015
One grand prize:
·         $50 Amazon gift card
·         Electronic copy of In His Corner
·         Siena keepsake box with the image of Siena, Italy, in honor of the book’s heroine, Siena Carr, who was named after the Italian city
·         Italian cookies and chocolates




16 comments:

  1. well, who wouldn't like to be there?

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  2. Damn, might as well be a monk going that long lol

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  3. He may not be the smartest guy but...who cares and with him being all "pent up" sort of speak I am certain there are ways to alleviate stress:)

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  4. Hi Sandra. Many thanks for featuring my book!

    Cindy Fazzi aka Vina Arno

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  5. Cindy's book sounds like it is going to be exciting! Thanks for sharing and wishing her the best of luck. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Hi Jess, How are you? Sounds like a fun read, doesn't it?

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    1. Hi Vanessa,
      It does, doesn't it?
      Hope everything is great in your corner of the world.

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  7. Hi Sandra.....

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  8. Hi Linda! How are you? Must be a mind-meld thing. I was just thinking that it had been awhile since we'd chatted in blog land.

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