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Kelley St. John | Cajun Cousins not to be Missed

August 21, 2007

Kelley St. JohnI’m so excited to be guest blogging on Fresh Fiction today! Thanks so much for having me! I’m Kelley St. John, and I write sexy, sassy contemporaries for Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner) and Harlequin Blaze. This year, I’ve begun The Sexth Sense, my Harlequin Blaze series about six Cajun cousins who happen to have an interesting family legacy – helping ghosts find their way to the other side. All of the current Vicknair mediums are in their twenties, at the peak of their lives, and to-die-for sexy. Oh, but don’t think that the sizzle stops with the family; those ghosts have plenty of heat going on as well. I’m having a ball writing about the Vicknair family and am thrilled that Harlequin has also purchased the next three books in the series to come out in 2008.

Here is the book trailer/teaser for the series, if you want to check it out:

TO CATCH A CHEAT by Kelley St. JohnOh, and if you like the Louisiana plantation setting, be sure to register for the Louisiana plantation vacation giveaway at my website. I can’t wait to give one reader a trip to the gorgeous Oak Alley Plantation in the heart of Cajun country.

After the ghost stories hit the shelves, my fourth book this year comes out in November from Grand Central (Warner). TO CATCH A CHEAT is about a woman who has a pattern for dating the “terminally unfaithful” and starts a website to oust cheaters. Trouble is, one cheater fights back, creating an opposing website for ousting women who lie. The websites in the book, and are actual up and running. Check them out to find out more about their web battle and to register for a $500 spa getaway.

Let me know what you think about ghosts, cheaters, or hey, anything else you want to chat about. And when the day is done, one commenter will receive autographed copies of REAL WOMEN DON’T WEAR SIZE 2, KISS AND DWELL and GHOSTS AND ROSES.

Happy Reading…and Blogging!

Kelley St. John

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