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Please help me welcome Robin Bielman, author of the novel, Worth the Risk, to The Bawdy Book Blog today!
About Robin Bielman Robin Bielman lives in Southern California, a bike ride away from the ocean if she’s feeling really adventurous. She loves books and baking and running on the treadmill while watching her favorite TV shows. When she’s not reading or writing her next story, she’s spending time with her high school sweetheart husband and two sons, most likely watching, playing, or discussing baseball. She drives too fast, drinks too much caffeine, and if every day were Cupcake Day, she’d be a happy camper! She [also] loves to connect with readers.
Hi Jennifer! Thanks so much for having me here on The Bawdy Book Blog. I’m delighted to visit with you and your readers and be a guest blogger today.
In my debut novella, Worth the Risk, my hero Dean is a hotshot historic preservationist who works in the field of heritage protection. Not your average occupation, right? Dean is passionate about the environment and preserving history, and also loves adventure. River raft and hike a volcano in the same day? Hell, yeah. Bring along Samantha, the girl he’s never gotten over, the girl he’ll protect at all costs, the girl who makes him feel things, and it’s a perfect day.
Dean’s an outdoor junkie, a do-good humanitarian. A guy I hope readers will fall in love with. In fact, I think there are lots of good reasons to love historic preservationists.
Nine Reasons to Love Historic Preservationists
1. They push the boundaries. These guys don’t play if safe… anywhere. 2. They like to get dirty. (And I don’t just mean outdoors.) 3. Green is their favorite M&M candies color. 4. They look like a combination of Indiana Jones and Ryan Gosling. Or this guy:
5. They go where the action is. 6. Following along on their adventures could lead you to places you’ve only dreamed about. 7. They work well with their hands.
8. They have an appreciation for how things are built. 9. They like to do it in exotic locales.
So there you have it, my reasons to adore historic preservationists. I had so much fun writing Dean and Samantha’s story and exploring this fun occupation. By the way, Samantha also works in heritage protection, so just imagine how combustible these two are together. 😉
Question: If you’d like a chance to win an eBook copy of Worth the Risk, please leave me a comment letting me know this: If I handed you a plane ticket to go anywhere in the world, where would you go and with whom?
Thanks again, Jennifer!
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Their love was ancient history…until their paths crossed again.
Samantha Bennett put Dean Malloy out of her mind five years ago, when he broke her heart after a summer fling. But now he’s back in her life, and ready to steal a heritage protection contract that could make or break her career–if he doesn’t steal her heart first. Samantha’s vowed to hate him, but it’s more than anger heating the competition between them. With sparks flying across the conference table and sizzling in every touch, Dean proposes a weekend liaison. Anything to have Sam again; anything to get her out of his system. But the unresolved feelings between them complicate both their personal and professional lives, and one wild weekend could turn into a disaster that would destroy the one job that means more to Samantha than anything. For a shot at love…is it worth the risk?
Want More? Read the first two chapters for FREE at Entangled Publishing!
Thank you, Robin, for popping in on the Worth the Risk tour and guest posting, it was great having you!