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NEW YEAR AT THE BOSS'S BIDDING - New Romance Release from RACHAEL THOMAS

Today, MBB welcomes author Rachael Thomas, who writes thrilling romances for Harlequin. She has a timely release for January, NEW YEAR AT THE BOSS'S BIDDING. She very kindly agreed to visit my blog and answer my usual questions in her own unique and inimitable way.












Connect with Rachael Thomas on the web:

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Can you share a short bio?
I’ve always loved reading romance and writing is something I’ve done since I was a child. I live and work on a farm in Wales, a far cry from the glamour of my stories, but that makes slipping into the world of my characters all the more appealing. When I’m not writing or working on the farm, I love nothing more than to visit grand historic house or ancient castles.                                                                   
What inspires your writing?
I’m inspired by human emotions and like nothing better than exploring the rollercoaster
ride of falling in love.

What made you press on with this writing project when things were difficult?  Because they must have been, sometimes.
I love writing and can’t imagine doing anything else. As to what keeps me going when things have been difficult, I’m not sure. It could be determination, perseverance or just stubbornness, but I refused to give up on myself or my dream.

Please sum up your plot in a tweet-sized sentence.
Snowbound on New Year’s Eve together, Tilly and Xavier are unable to ignore the attraction between them, despite their past experiences.

Future plans?
I have just submitted my latest book to my editor and I now have two linked stories to work on and my next book will be out in May 2016.

New Year at the Boss’s Bidding
Moretti's by midnight 

Jilted bride Tilly Rogers hopes her luck is changing when she's offered a prestigious catering contract for billionaire businessman Xavier Moretti's New Year's Eve party. But then she ends up snowbound alone with her boss…and at his bidding! 

It's the end of the year and the end of Tilly's contract, which leaves Xavier free to seduce her at his will. Hardly shy of a challenge, this notorious playboy makes it his resolution to have virgin Tilly crumbling by his experienced touch. 

Before the snow settles, Xavier is determined to have Tilly under a brand-new set of tantalizing terms!

Read an Excerpt


Enter this Goodreads Giveaway to win signed copies of New Year at the Boss’s Bidding.

Comments

  1. Hi Maria and Rachael!
    Cool interview! Loved the answers Rachael! Congrats on the new release!

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    1. Hi Kelly. Great to see you here! Thanks for the congrats.

      Thanks for having me here Maria!

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