Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Featuring Author Barbara Barrett

Today, I'm featuring author Barbara Barrett. Help me welcome Barbara to QueenWriter News...

Barbara spent her professional career as a human resources analyst for Iowa state government, and that training has stayed with her in her writing of contemporary romance fiction. Now retired, Barbara spends her winters basking in the Florida sunshine and returns to her home state of Iowa in the summer to “stay cool.” Married to the man she met her senior year at the University of Iowa, they have two grown children and seven grandchildren. "Seduction on Wheels" is her sixth romance novel published by The Wild Rose Press and her second in the Matchmaking Motor Coach series. Her previous works include: "And He Cooks Too," "Driven to Matrimony," "Saved by the Salsa," "The Sleepover Clause," and "Tough Enough to Tango."


About "Seduction on Wheels"

When her ex-husband calls her frigid, Jenna DiFranco takes some incredible risks to prove her sexuality, including picking up men in bars. Realizing her behavior is unsafe and irrational and finding herself facing several days on the road alone with Gray McKenna, she makes him promise not to respond to her overtures.
Years ago, Gray swore off serious relationships with women, but that hasn’t stopped him from casual hook-ups. From the moment he meets her, he recognizes Jenna as trouble, the kind of woman who wants permanence in a relationship. The kind of woman to avoid.

But the promise and Gray’s resolve don’t stand a chance when close confinement, personal revelations, and Jenna’s need to prove she still has it ignite their mutual attraction.

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Barbara said...

Thanks for featuring my book today, Starr. This book features my hometown of Burlington, Iowa in the first part of the book before the H/H take off on a road trip between there and Los Angeles. My husband and I took a similar road trip last summer as far as Flagstaff, Arizona. I reflected my fear of driving through the mountains in my hero, whose hands grow tight on the steering wheel as soon as they start to descend.

Barbara Barrett

Angelina Jameson said...

Best wishes with your latest release, Barbara. It sounds like a winner.

Starr Smith said...

You're welcome, Barbara. Best of luck to you!


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