Day 4 #Giveaway!!!#Excerpt from The Girl of His Dreams by Janet Nissenson @JNissenson @FosterAuthor #FAA2018 #FosterAnAuthorBlogger #FosterAnAuthor2018

Day 4 #Giveaway!!!#Excerpt from The Girl of His Dreams by Janet Nissenson @JNissenson @FosterAuthor #FAA2018  #FosterAnAuthorBlogger #FosterAnAuthor2018 The Girl Of His Dreams by Janet Nissenson
Also by this author: The Girl Of His Dreams , The Player Gets Coached , The Player Gets Coached
Series: Bachelor #1
Published by Bookbaby on May 21, 2018
Genres: Romance, Contemporary
Pages: 395
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He was convinced he’d be a bachelor for life. And then he met the girl of his dreams.

Jordan Reeves has fully embraced the carefree, uncomplicated bachelor life, figuring that the poor example he’d been provided by his parents of so-called marital bliss was reason enough to remain single. He’s more than content to date one woman after another and never even consider settling down, especially since the only female who’s ever seriously caught his attention belongs to another man.

But during a vacation in Hawaii, Jordan unexpectedly meets a woman who could very easily change his mind about the joys of bachelorhood. Aubrey Larson is young, gorgeous, fun-loving, and has a wicked sense of humor to match his own. She’s also a dead ringer for the woman Jordan’s had an admitted crush on for the past few years, enough to be mistaken for her twin.

Aubrey recognizes the handsome Doctor Reeves as a player of epic proportions the first time they meet, but even her usual disdain for that type of male can’t diminish the overwhelming attraction she feels for him. But as their relationship deepens, Aubrey has no idea that becoming involved with Jordan will lead to a startling discovery about her own past, and cause her to question his true feelings for her.

Two exciting things today! So I have an excerpt from The Girl of his Dreams to wet your appetite, and if that isn’t enough, I have the chance for you to win the book! How nice am I (Well thank Janet!)

And then, when he was standing right in front of her, staring into a pair of oddly familiar sapphire blue eyes, he unexpectedly found himself tongue-tied – he, Jordan Reeves, who’d acquired a reputation as the smoothest of smooth talkers, who was nearly as renowned for his suave pick-up lines as he was for his prowess between the sheets, and who was never at a loss for words no matter the occasion.

The woman was regarding him almost suspiciously, frowning as he continued to stare at her soundlessly, and probably wondering if he was some sort of psycho-stalker.  But before she could walk away, Jordan suddenly found his tongue.

“Look, this is going to sound like the cheesiest and most obvious pick-up line ever but – ah, hell.  It is the cheesiest and most obvious pick-up line ever but – do you remember me?”

She continued to look wary, but shook her head in response to his question.  “No, I most certainly don’t remember you. Should I?”

Jordan gave her the sort of smile that several of his past lovers had sworn could melt their panties off.  “Ah, that’s right. You wouldn’t remember me because we’ve only met in my dreams. Until now, that is, Dream Girl.”

She rolled her eyes, but then snickered almost reluctantly.  “Oh, brother. Well, you’re right about one thing. That is definitely the cheesiest pick-up line I’ve ever heard.”

He grinned at her.  “Yes, but is it working?”

“No,” she replied in a very matter-of-fact voice.  “But cheer up. From the looks of things there’s at least a dozen women on this beach who’d fall for a line like that in a heartbeat.  Good luck.”


Eeeek!!! I want to enter the giveaway!! 

But before we do the giveaway, how about some more of my grilling…I mean my questions to Janet!

Did it make it easier or harder to write the series being your favourite?

Much easier because I didn’t have to dream up any conflicts or angst between the main characters.

What is your writing Kryptonite?

Getting easily distracted since I write on my computer and it’s all too tempting to check a particular website, send an email, etc. when I should be writing!

What’s your schedule like a writer? Do you work 9 to 5, or fit it in where you can around other things like a job or running a household?

Writing itself I only manage about three to four hours a day, but when you count in editing, marketing, etc. then it’s more like six to seven hours.  And since I don’t have another job I can do all of my book related work at any hour of the day.


Guess what….

GIVEAWAY TIME

a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Terms and Conditions – I’m delighted to offer an ebook of The Girl of His Dreams. Worldwide entries welcome.  Please enter using the Rafflecopter box below.  The winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter from all valid entries and will be notified by Twitter and/or email. If no response is received within 7 days then I reserve the right to select an alternative winner. Open to all entrants aged 18 or over.  Any personal data given as part of the competition entry is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties, with the exception of the winners’ information. This will be passed to the giveaway organiser and used only for the fulfilment of the prize, after which time I will delete the data.  I am not responsible for despatch or delivery of the prize.

Until tomorrow for the last day of Foster an Author – sad times!

About Janet Nissenson

Janet is a lifelong resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, and currently resides on the northern California coast with her husband Steve and Golden Retriever Max. She worked for more than two decades in the financial services industry before turning her focus to producing running events. She is a former long-distance runner, current avid yoga practitioner, is addicted to Pinterest, likes to travel and read. She has been writing for more than three decades, and is the author of the Inevitable series – six interconnected but standalone books, and the Splendor trilogy. Her writing genre is steamy contemporary romance, specializing in what she likes to call “romance for romantics”.


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