Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Kissing her Crush – playlist

Giveaway of chocolate!

Hi there! Thanks for having me on to talk about my new book KISSING HER CRUSH. As some of you may know, writing and music go hand in hand for me, and I always have a pretty extensive playlist (or “soundtrack”) for the books I’m writing.

With KISSING HER CRUSH, it was extra fun, because this book is set in Hershey, PA, which of course is where allllll the chocolate comes from. J Plus, my heroine, Natalie, actually works for Hershey as a food chemist. Best job ever, right? (And psst: I got to take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Research & Development labs and yes, it’s as amazzzzzing as you’d imagine!) Luke, the hero of the story, is a superhealthy microbiologist who is assigned to oversee Nat’s chocolate research project. And let’s just say when these two aren’t butting heads about nutrition, they’re making out. A lot. Because making out combined with chocolate is just about the yummiest thing!

I thought it would be fun to share some songs from my playlist. Now, you might see a common theme here, because yeah, I needed lots of sugar and candy and chocolate inspiration. And just between you and me…I ate a LOT of Hershey’s Miniatures while I worked on this book. So if I seem a little hyper, that’s why!

I Want Candy – The Strangeloves
Sweet Talkin’ Guy – Chiffons
Sugar, Sugar – The Archies
I’m Not Angry Anymore – Paramore
Chocolate – The 1975
Fire – Bruce Springsteen
Kiss on My List – Hall & Oates
Pour Some Sugar on Me – Def Leppard
Pure Imagination – Cast of Glee
Sugar – Maroon 5

To check out the full KISSING HER CRUSH playlist, go here!


He’s sweet trouble...

Natalie Holden wants three things: To be the best chocolate chemist in Hershey, Pennsylvania, to prove her chocolate recipe can help teenage depression, and to get over gorgeous Luke Elliott, the guy she’s had a crush on since birth. Unfortunately, he’s the microbiologist set to debunk her chocolate study. And, of course, he looks more delicious than ever!
Luke Elliott is still bitter over his divorce. Work is his passion now, and landing a huge promotion is just what he needs. What he doesn’t need is a crackpot trying to prove that chocolate cures depression. The last thing he expects is for the crackpot to be Natalie Holden—his “what if” girl from high school—or that she’d still tempt the hell out of him.

They may not see eye-to-eye on her project, but they can’t deny the explosive chemistry that keeps pulling them together. Even when it risks their jobs and the very different futures they both want… 

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