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Guest Blogger: Cathryn Fox (Contest!)
Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

BOYS OF BEACHVILLE AND CONTEST!

I’m very excited to be here today to tell you how my Boys of Beachville series came about.  Good at Being Bad and A Lick of Flame are both now available at Samhain Publishing with Bad Girl Therapy coming in December!

Last Christmas I was walking through our local market and spotted the cutest (youngest!) firefighters selling calendars to raise money for the burn unit here in our hospital.  I stood back (after I got my autographed copy of course) and watched the way they interacted with passing women, and as they engaged the crowd I started to wonder more about these guys.

Who were these local heroes when they weren’t working?  What were they like when not in their uniforms?  And most importantly, what kind of woman would these guys fall for?

With those questions in mind, I sat down and plotted out three stories, for three different local heroes who were all involved in a charity calendar event.

 

In my first story, Good at Being Bad, my hero is a cop and my heroine is a public relations specialist in charge of the marketing campaign.

Public relations specialist Allison Cooper is more than ready to handle a career make-or-break assignment: to develop and market a charity calendar featuring hot men. Her only problem is Mr. July, a sexy cop who happens to be her ex-lover.

Trying to keep his image squeaky clean—a must for her promotion—raises all sorts of challenges, especially when this bad boy is throwing a little kink into her plan.

Image is the last thing on Carter James’s mind. He agreed to be Mr. July on one condition—that during his promo month, Allison never leaves his side. He wants her back, and to make that happen he needs her undivided attention to teach him good from bad. Unless bad is what the lady wants….

 

In A Lick of Flame I had to have my firefighter, of course, and the woman he falls for is an ex cop who is now a private body guard.

No man lights Madison Kelly’s fire quite like Sean Adams, the firefighter she’s been hired to guard during the Boys of Beachville calendar shoot. Though he stars in her hottest, steamiest fantasies, he’s the last person she’s going to tell. An accident left its mark on her, body and soul. But when she catches Sean looking at her like she’s water for a man dying of thirst, she wonders if it’s possible he might see the girl beneath the scars.

Ever since he pulled Madison from the fire that injured her, Sean’s been hot for her. Too bad she clearly has no interest in him-or so he thinks, until he sees a spark in her eyes that says she burns for him as much as he does for her. No more tiptoeing around the matter-a blatant seduction is in order.

Soon they’re igniting the sheets, but come morning Madison’s old fears and insecurities threaten to snuff the flames to ashes. Except Sean’s fuse has been lit, and he has no intention of letting her put it out. Ever.

 

In Bad Girl Therapy my hero is an injured sports star and the girls he falls for is his rehabilitation therapist.

Pro soccer star Cole Landon has women at his fingertips, but there’s always been one who was untouchable. Haley Jones, the high-school crush from the right side of the tracks—and way out of his league.

Sidelined with an injury, he’s cooling his heels in Beachville when he discovers his physical therapist is none other than the perennial good girl herself.

Bored with men who pay more attention to their smartphones than her, Haley longs for a summer fling that won’t risk her reputation. When Cole shows up in town, her hormones tell her he’s the one man who will scratch her itch without tarnishing her good girl image.

No one’s more surprised than Cole when Haley suggests his private beachside cottage is the best place to begin his…therapy. Apparently money really can buy love. She wants to play? Then play he will.

As hot days turn to scintillating nights, Haley begins to realize there’s more to this playboy than meets the eye. Until Cole gets news that could put them once again on opposite ends of the playing field.

 

For more information please visit, www.cathryfox.com and for a chance to win an ecopy of Wet in Whispering Cove, please leave a comment!

11 comments to “Guest Blogger: Cathryn Fox (Contest!)”

  1. Kathy Lewis
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 7:03 am · Link

    I really liked your story about the firefighters selling their calendars to raise money. Did you talk to them when they were autographing your calendar? I like the stories that sprang from meeting them.



  2. pam howell
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 12:07 pm · Link

    that sounds very interesting – would love to read – PICK ME!!



  3. ELF
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 1:57 pm · Link

    All three sound like great reads, what a wonderful utilization of a serendipitous encounter. Nothing is more attractive to me than these heroes who obviously take good care of their bodies yet use those well developed muscles to serve their fellow humans and maintain their humility as well. Thanks for sharing.



  4. ELF
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 1:59 pm · Link

    p.s. I think your link to your website above is broken or misspelled.



  5. suzanne
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 3:15 pm · Link

    Cat,
    I bought both books, because of the excerpts. When I went on your site, I bought Cowboy’s Way, I have been following Whispering Cove. You write so well all across the gamut, I’ll be looking forward for the 3rd book on Beachville and #2 on Cowboy’s Wave.



  6. Cathryn Fox
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 5:28 pm · Link

    Hi Kathy, yes I did talk to them. They were very sweet. I even asked if they’d write, to Cathryn, thanks for last night on the calandar and they did!!



  7. Cathryn Fox
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 5:29 pm · Link

    Pam, thanks for stopping by!



  8. Cathryn Fox
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 5:30 pm · Link

    Suzanne, thank you so much. I’m thrilled that you’re enjoying my series!



  9. Yadira A.
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      · September 23rd, 2012 at 10:54 pm · Link

    I already read and thoroughly enjoyed Good at Being Bad and now I am about to start A Lick of Flame… can’t wait! Lucky you to have met those firefighters:)

    yadkny@hotmail.com



  10. Tanya Kandler
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      · September 24th, 2012 at 6:46 am · Link

    Sounds so good!! Very “steamy” :wink: indeed!



  11. Stacy Wilson
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      · September 24th, 2012 at 10:37 pm · Link

    They all sound great!! I am going to have to find them now. thanks for posting here!

    Stacy Wilson

    dragn_lady at yahoo dot com