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Blurb Blitz and Giveaway: Long Gone Girl by Amy Rose Bennett

Monday, December 08, 2014

I'm hosting this promo spotlight, today, on Amy Rose Bennett's newest vintage historical romance, Long Gone Girl, as a part of the ongoing blurb blitz tour. Find a complete promo and an excerpt for your enjoyment. Please don't forget to comment!

Amy Rose Bennett will be awarding a $20 Amazon or BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23249978-long-gone-girlLong Gone Girl
Amy Rose Bennett

The girl Ginny Williams used to be is long gone…

After returning home from the Korean War a widow, former MASH surgical nurse, Ginny Williams, heads to the Jersey Shore for a weekend of much needed R&R. But her plans to do nothing more than relax on the beach go seriously awry when the boy who broke her heart on Prom night nine years ago—the now hotter-than-hot ‘fly-boy’ Jett Kelly—shows up on her patch of sand. To make matters worse, Captain Kelly seems to be on a mission to win her trust, and maybe even her heart again. But the last thing Ginny wants is a man—especially one like Jett—in her life. She’s a career nurse now, and that’s that. If only Jett wasn’t so damned charming and attractive…

US air force pilot, Captain Jefferson ‘Jett’ Kelly Junior is blown away to have stumbled across the beautiful yet shy and bookish girl he used to have a huge crush on in high school—especially now that Ginny is all grown up and sexy as hell. Problem is, she’s also not backward in coming forward when letting him know she hasn’t forgiven him for the Prom-kiss-gone-wrong incident. Even though Jett knows he’ll have his work cut out for him to get a second chance with her, he’s definitely going to give it his best shot…

Despite Ginny’s determination to keep her head—she’s certainly not the naïve girl she used to be—when Jett starts to unashamedly woo her, she soon realizes that maybe her heart didn’t get the memo…

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An Excerpt from Long Gone Girl:

It took every ounce of self-control Ginny possessed to stop herself from gaping—or worse, drooling—when Jett emerged from the surf and strode back up the beach toward her.

No man had a right to look that good. It was downright sinful. Ginny’s pulse began to leap erratically all over again. Jett Kelly, wet and half-naked, was a sight she just couldn’t ignore. Her gaze inexorably fell to his bathing trunks this time. The dark blue fabric clung indecently to every line of his amazing, magnificently proportioned body. Clearly the cold water hadn’t diminished the size of his impressive ‘assets’ to any great degree. Lord, how would it feel to have sex with the man?

Mind blowing. Ginny blushed furiously at her mind’s unbidden image of Jett claiming her mouth as he wildly pounded into her. It probably didn’t help that she’d seen ‘From Here to Eternity’ only the week before. A mental picture of Deborah Kerr rolling about in the surf with Burt Lancaster suddenly crowded her thoughts. Her flush spread further, all the way down her neck to the top of her breasts, and her nipples hardened when she imagined herself and Jett doing the same thing, right now.

But how could she even think about such things, given part of her heart was still mourning Charlie? It was wrong and indecent and she should know better. She curled her fingers around the corners of her book’s cover, suppressing the urge to cross herself as if she was warding off the devil himself as Jett approached.
About the Author:

Amy Rose Bennett has always wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. An avid reader with a particular love for historical romance, it seemed only natural to write stories in her favorite genre. She has a passion for creating emotion-packed—and sometimes a little racy—stories set in the Georgian and Regency periods. Of course, her strong-willed heroines and rakish heroes always find their happily ever after.

Amy is happily married to her own Alpha male hero, has two beautiful daughters, a rather loopy Rhodesian Ridgeback and a Devonshire Rex cat with attitude. She is a Speech Pathologist, but is currently devoting her time to her one other true calling—writing romance.

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(Note: I received this blurb blitz+giveaway info from Goddess Fish Promotions. ~Punya)


Amy Rose Bennett said...

Hi, Punya! Thanks for featuring LONG GONE GIRL on your lovely blog! It's very appreciated :) .

Karen H said...

Enjoyed the excerpt. I would love to meet Jett....he sounds hot!

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Rita said...

Love the sound of the book.

Danielle Merkle said...

Great excerpt, thanks for the giveaway!

Punya said...

Hi Amy, glad to have you back! I have to say the excerpts were very intriguing. :D

@Goddess Fish, you're welcome. x

Hello Karen, Rita and Danielle, thanks for stopping by and commenting!

stacey dempsey said...

Thanks I enjoyed the excerpt and it does sound racy lol

Amy Rose Bennett said...

Hi, Karen H.Thanks for dropping by Punya's blog. And I think I'd like to meet Jett too! ;)

Amy Rose Bennett said...

Thanks, Rita! :)

Amy Rose Bennett said...

Hi Danielle! Thanks for reading the excerpt and leaving a lovely comment! :) .

Amy Rose Bennett said...

Hi Stacey! I'm glad you enjoyed the excerpt! And yes, it - and the novella - are a little racy ;) .

Amy Rose Bennett said...

I'm really pleased you liked the excerpts, Punya. :)

Mary Preston said...

Thank you for the great excerpt.

Amy Rose Bennett said...

Thanks, Mary. :)

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