Wednesday, March 13, 2013


Welcome K.M. Jackson
K.M. Jackson is a writer of women’s fiction, and a former fashion designer. She lives in the suburbs of New York with her husband, boy/ girl twins and her precocious terrier named Jack who keeps her on her toes.

K.M. will be awarding a $25  Amazon gift card to one tour commenter
and another to a randomly drawn host.
The blurb...
Mika Walters is a normal woman working in the not so normal world of New York Fashion. As long time assistant to uber sexy photographer Alejandro Vargas she’s tired of being the girl in the background. Just once she wants Alejandro to look at her with the same smoldering look he gives to his willowy models and now she has her chance.

After a travel mishap where the rest of the crew and the models can’t make the remote location shoot for another three days Mika is taking her moment to catch Alejandro’s eye and put herself in front of Alejandro’s camera and if all goes to plan, his bed… at least until the real world catches up with them.

Alejandro doesn’t know what’s gotten into Mika maybe it’s the sand, maybe it’s the sun, but he doesn’t really care. All he knows is that he’s finally opened his eyes and is seeing her clearly for the first time as the smart, gorgeous and incredibly irresistible woman she is.

But why can’t she realize that what he’s feeling for her is not one of his usual one, well, three night stands? This is real. Real love, real passion. What’s it going to take for him to prove to Mika that she’s the woman he wants? Now and forever.
Now for a taste...
This shaky ride was killing her. But knowing her, she’d rather rip her nails out one by one than admit her fear. That was another something she was passionate about. Being tough. It’s what made her the best assistant he’d ever had. The one that didn’t run away and he was damned lucky to have her.
Ale picked up his camera again as if in a daze. It was his third eye, and Mika’s cocoa brown skin filled his lens in a blurry haze before her whole image came into clear view. He did a quick scan, clicking the shutter as the ferry picked up a bit of speed and the wind whipped around them.

Her short brown hair blew in the wind around her face, and the sun glistened on her dampened skin. He could see where some of the hairs clung to the curve of her long neck and around her delicate ear. Her thin white cotton top flapped behind her in the breeze, pressing against her chest, revealing the outline of a black bra underneath.
Ale sucked in a breath. Tightening his grip on his camera, his mind suddenly filled with the image of his hands caressing her pert breasts. Whoa, there. He blinked trying to get his thoughts back in a professional perspective. He looked to the horizon again, but unbidden his gaze drifted back to her. She was wearing short khaki shorts that were well-weathered and functional but hugged her curvy body in all the right places and showed off her legs to their fullest advantage. He wanted to reach out and run his hand up that leg from her sneaker to the inside of her thigh. Stop! What was going on here? This was Mika. His Mika. His easy, staid, dependable, and off limits Mika.
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Mary Preston said...

The New York fashion world is not a normal world for most of us. Fascinating to glimpse though.


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting today.

MomJane said...

Sometimes men and women can be so foolish about their feelings. It would seem that you have captured this in your story.

Andra Lyn said...

Thanks for sharing the blurb and excerpt! Don't you wanna just grab two characters and shake them around saying " You are perfect for each other! GET IT RIGHT" lol

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Kwana said...

Thank you so much for having me here today and I'm loving the comments. Yes, shake them is right. I wanted to plenty of times as I was writing the story. LOL.

Rue Allyn said...

Kwana, I love photography. Can't wait to read this story.

Ingeborg said...

Sounds like a good read.


Anas said...

Sometimes I really want to shake some sense in the characters if they are beeing especially dense about their feelings to each other.


Christy McKee said...
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Christy McKee said...


Wonderful to have you as my guest today!

Ami said...

I like an interesting love story!

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Emiliana25 said...

Is there a book or an author that inspire your writing?


Kwana said...

Thanks for the question, Emiliana there are so many great authors that inspire me. Actually too many to count. I've been reading romances since I'm 10 or 11 started with Jackie Collins and Danielle Steele and went from there.

Chelsea B. said...

Whew! The two of them... WHEW! ;-)


Lana A said...

Well, at least it wont get boring with those two, lol.

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