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Fresh Pick | NIGHT MANEUVERS by Jillian Burns
Fresh Pick / November 3, 2011

Uniformly Hot September 2011 On Sale: August 23, 2011 Featuring: Mitchell McCabe; Alexandria Hughes 224 pages ISBN: 0373796382 EAN: 9780373796380 Paperback $5.25  Add to Wish List Romance Erotica Sensual Buy at Another HOT man in uniform for Readers & ‘ritas! Night Maneuvers by Jillian Burns His mission. Seduction Subject: Mitchell McCabe, U.S. Air Force Captain (Call Sign: Casanova) Current Status: Celibate—because he lost a bet. Mission: Survive thirty days without sex. Obstacle: Captain Alexandria Hughes, who’s suddenly gone from hotshot pilot to just plain hot! Alex has had it bad for gorgeous Mitch ever since their academy days, but he’s only ever seen her as a wingman, never a woman. It’s time she made him take another long, hard look. After years as friends and comrades, Mitch is seeing Alex as the opposite of “one of the guys.” Has that smoking-hot body always been hiding under her flight suit? Is she just messing with him? Can he wait a month to discover what he’s been missing out on…or are some sizzling night maneuvers a sure bet? Excerpt If she ever got married in a place like this, her mother would weep and wail for a month of Sundays. Captain…

Eileen Dreyer | I’m Writing a Series. Help Me
Author Guest / November 3, 2011

It seemed like such a good idea at the time. I started with this concept of a historical romantic adventure trilogy, which would have taxed me enough. I mean, I’ve never written a series before. I’ve always thought I wasn’t organized enough. And mostly, I wasn’t. But I had tested my wings on my faery trilogy as Kathleen Korbel for Nocturne. I ended up having a great  time flinging characters around and intermixing story lines. I even realized that my muse was still working, because I would write something in the first book without knowing what it meant, and voila! In the third book it played out(I can’t tell you how comforting that was.) So, I thought. Easy peasy. I can do another trilogy. But then, as I was writing BARELY A LADY, all of these extra people started showing up. And most of them were manly spies. Okay, I thought. That’s fun. But focus on the trilogy. You have enough people you’re playing traffic cop for to get distracted. Nah. Right in the middle of NEVER A GENTLEMAN, the other men started to really separate themselves into different personalities; they each had a different task. They had backgrounds I…