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Monday, January 12, 2015

Dream Lover

Dream Lover
by Nancy Fraser
 “Dream Lover” as well as the four previous novellas in the Golden Decade of Rock and Roll Series will be on sale for $0.99 during the tour. 



Haley Parker lost her academic scholarship when she quit school to care for her dying mother. Now, eager to return to her studies, she must find the perfect job that will allow her the freedom to attend evening classes.

Her best friend Chloe teaches at one of Boston’s finest private schools, a job Haley had once hoped would be hers. When Chloe snags Haley a referral for a position as nanny to high-powered attorney, Eric Garrison’s, two young children, Haley looks forward to taking on the task.

Eric finds himself drawn to the intelligent and loving young woman who has bewitched his children. It’s not long before he’s re-thinking his plan to avoid romantic entanglements. On a family vacation to Paris, he finds it impossible to resist the lovely, yet innocent Haley.

Haley willingly gives up her innocence for a chance to make love with Eric, even though she realizes it will change their professional relationship forever.


“So, Miss Parker, what do you think of Paris?”

Haley rolled over in the big bed and wrapped her arms around Eric’s waist, drawing him closer. “I think the Eiffel Tower is compensating for something.”
“Perhaps, we could explore the possibility of what that might be. Comme vous le voulez.”
She relaxed back in Eric’s embrace and felt the wet press of his lips to hers, the scratchiness of his tongue... the...
She awoke with a start. Benji, the Garrison’s cat, sat squarely in the middle of her chest, his nose pressed against her cheek. Her heart pounded, the remnants of her dream coming back to her in embarrassing Technicolor. What in heaven’s name would have possessed her to dream about her employer in such an unusual and thoroughly inappropriate way?
Surely, she wasn’t attracted to the workaholic, albeit handsome, attorney. No, it must have been the few words of French he’d uttered at dinner prompting such a ridiculous dream. Haley mentally discarded any thought of herself and Eric Garrison.
She gave the cat a shove. “Get down, you pesky ball of fur.”
Benji jumped lazily to the floor, his loud hiss speaking volumes about his displeasure at being rousted from the bed.

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Like most authors, Nancy Fraser began writing at an early age, usually on the walls and with crayons or, heaven forbid, permanent markers. Her love of writing often made her the English teacher’s pet, which, of course, resulted in a whole lot of teasing. Still, it was worth it.

When not writing (which is almost never), Nancy dotes on her five beautiful grandchildren and looks forward to traveling and reading when time permits. Nancy lives in Atlantic Canada where she enjoys the relaxed pace and colorful people. She invites you to visit her website, her blog, and follow her on Twitter. Or, more importantly, just enjoy what she writes.

Twitter:  @nfraserauthor

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Anonymous said...

I liked the excerpt

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting

Cecilia said...

Love that she's dreaming about her boss. Great snippet.

Rita Wray said...

Great excerpt, thank you.

Nancy Fraser said...

Thank you so much for hosting me today. Sorry I'm so late checking in but I had grandma duties today AND a snow storm and just got back to my office. Thanks also to everyone who left a comment. Good luck in the draw.

bn100 said...

Nice excerpt

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I enjoyed the short bio of the authors. I always enjoy those.
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♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I also enjoyed the excerpt from the book. Sounds like a winner!
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Ally Swanson said...

I liked the excerpt best. This book sounds like an interesting and intriguing read. I will definitely have to add this book to my "to-read" list.