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Cover Reveal - Heating Up Hawaii by Carmen Falcone



Carmen Falcone stopped by to share the cover for Heating Up Hawaii, releasing on May 3rd. Get ready ladies, summer's coming early this year!


There's just one person standing between Penny Ashbrook’s dream of opening her own PR business or being stuck at her job–the formidable Luc Leoni–her first lover, and the man who lets nothing and no-one get in his way. Seeing him after so long brings all the hidden emotions after a life altering break-up to surface. Pain, denial and…lust.

Luc has made many sacrifices for his career, including Penny Ashbrook, the woman who set his aspirations back a year, but now she has returned and is more alluring than ever. After all these years, he thought a self-made billionaire as himself could master everything, but to resist the strong pull toward the one woman he can't have is an impossible task.

When this unlikely pair is reunited they will have to face the many challenges set intheir way, especially an attraction that has only heightened with time and a deadline quickly approaching. Can their new bond surpass old—and new—fears?



Carmen Falcone learned at an early age that fantasizing about fictional characters and places beat doing Math homework any day. She traveled the world, achieved a B.A. in Tourism in her hometown in Brazil and was soon invited to work in the USA, where she met her Swiss husband. She’d always dreamed of becoming a published writer, and after her daughter was born, she revisited that dream of writing – this time, unwilling to give it up. She lives in Austin and enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her family and three high energy pugs.

CARMEN ON THE WEB






Comments

  1. I really really love this cover it makes it look like interesting characters with fascinating stories are in store ! Must have it!

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    1. Yes, Des, I know what you mean. It looks very exciting, doesn't it?

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  2. Hi, Maria and Carmen! Carmen, I love your cover, and what's inside sounds like a fun read! Congrats on your new release! BTW, I loved fantasizing about fictional characters much better than math homework, too:).

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    1. And me too, Maria. Good to see you over here.

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  3. A clever title, Carmen. And I love stories with a deadline - it promises page-turning suspense.

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    1. Good to see you here, Cherie. You write pretty good suspense yourself, you know!

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  4. Love the cover & the blurb is awesome - sounds like a great book! :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Jemi - lovely to 'see' you here to support Carmen....

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  5. The cover is gorgeous. I love his two toned eyes.

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    1. Hi Nana, good to see you here. Good for you, you picked that up about the two toned eyes.. I didn't.

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  6. Now how could anyone resist self-made billionaire!! not even millionaire but billionaire!!! gorgeous hunky man Luc!! Lucky lucky Penny!!!

    Take care
    x

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    1. Hi Kitty. Yes, isn't it all right for some?

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  7. Gorgeous cover!

    All the best!

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  8. LOVE the cover! Heat is the right word, it sums it up perfectly!

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