Sunday, February 1, 2015

Red Hot Cajun Nights Blog Hop!

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Red Hot Cajun Nights Blog Hop

February 1 - 7

This Mardi Gras Season, Let the Sinful Good Times Roll!

Let your imagination take you all the way to New Orleans for Carnival season as eight sexy romance authors bring you eight fabulous $.99 books to warm your winter. ~ Our website: http://redhotauthors.com/red-hot-cajun-nights/ ~ Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RedHotAuthors



Gabrielle Scott is fed up with helping her playboy boss seduce and woo his countless bimbettes courtesy of her culinary masterpieces. Yeah, the pay is good, and you can’t beat the luxurious digs she’s treated to as his resident personal chef. But she can’t afford the frustration of living under the same roof with the one man who drives her crazy in every possible way. The damnable truth? She’s in love with the irredeemable bastard, and the only way she’ll get over him is to get naked under him. The plan? Attend Jax’s annual Mardi Gras ball incognito and entice him into a hot night of sin—right before handing in her resignation. 

Jaxon Noble always gets what he wants. Especially when it comes to the opposite sex. So when Gabbi shows up at his party in an eye-popping costume and outrageously flirts with him it’s a foregone conclusion that she’ll finally be his. About damn time the stubborn woman came to her senses. He’s more than happy to go along with her game, and the combustible heat they generate together proves it was well worth the wait to have her. But when morning comes and Gabrielle calmly announces she’s quitting, Jax is faced with the sobering fact that perhaps money can’t buy everything. Or more to the point—the only person who’s ever meant anything to him.
 
For someone who’s used to winning at all costs, losing Gabbi isn’t an option. And Jax will pull out every sweet and sexy trick to convince her to take a chance on a forever with him. Even if it means handcuffing her to his bed. 

Warning: This book contains a sassy chef, one determined bad boy billionaire, Fur-lined handcuffs and inappropriate consumption of beignets, several sinful drizzles of honey, and enough sizzling chemistry to set off the smoke alarms.


Want to win even more prizes? We’re having a huge Mardi Gras Facebook Party on Tuesday, February 17. Click on the link then Join the party to hang out with us on Mardi Gras Day. You know we’re going to have some sinfully awesome giveaways! https://www.facebook.com/events/1401340946828665/ Come and read about our brand new Mardi Gras books as well as every book from each of our Red Hot holiday collections at our website: http://redhotauthors.com/red-hot-cajun-nights/

I'm giving away a digital copy of Hurricanes and Handcuffs AND a $5 Amazon giftcard to 2 lucky winners! To enter just leave a comment about what type of food you'd choose for a Mardi Gras party. Contest is open to all but closes at MIDNIGHT, FEBRUARY 7.
 

Use this Rafflecopter to enter the Grand Prize drawing for:

1) A Kindle

2) A box of paperback books

3) Swag from each author

a Rafflecopter giveaway Now be sure to hop to each of these other Red Hot Authors’ blogs to leave a comment for your chance to win that author’s prizes: Desiree Holt at www.desiremeonly.com Magen McMinimy at http://www.magenmcminimy.com/ Randi Alexander at http://randialexander.com/blog-3/ Christin Lovell at www.christinlovell.com Rene Folsom at www.renefolsom.com Sable Hunter at http://sablehunter.com/ Shyla Colt at www.shylacoltsstraightshot.wordpress.com

Thanks for visiting! And good luck!

16 comments:

Susan W. said...

Having never been to Mardi Gras I have no idea what they normally serve at parties besides King Cake. That would have to be on the menu and since I love gumbo I would serve a big pot of that. Thanks for the giveaway!
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elaing8 said...

I agree with Susan I have no idea what you'd normally serve.
I'd make Spicy chicken wings and some dirty rice. For dessert some beignets.
I am so looking forward to reading Hurricanes and Handcuffs. I love all your books Jodi :)
elaing8(at)netscape(dot)net

Michelle DeLeon said...

Hmmm, I guess gumbo, red beans & rice, and I've always wanted to try pralines. Sounds like a really good read. dark_princess_rosie@yahoo.com

Lee Todd said...

never been to a Mardi Gras, so not really sure what is suitable
some sort of party food I guess!

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Irene Rosa said...

I haven't really been to a Mardi Gras party or have thrown one. I would had to ask around what to have. I guess though maybe shrimp gumbo would do too.

E.L. F. said...

Hmm...gumbo, for sure...except we tend to make a less spicy version, lol. And, probably whatever I was giving up for Lent, if it was something edible like chocolate...pig out before I give it up, lol. I enjoyed your blurb, good luck on the release and thanks for the giveaway!

Teja Kocbek said...

I don't know what you eat on Mardi Gras but I'll say chocolate.

Ashley said...

Not sure what you eat for Mardi gras, but I have family in Louisianna so I would ask them haha but probably jumbalaya and gumbo.

Jean MP said...

Not sure, but probably gumbo and King Cake

felicia sidoma said...

As I am Latino. We just cook alot of Mexican food. I have this recipe of my one kind of rice and beans. Spice but not to much that the kids can eat it to. Of course you can add heat if you want

Tanya Guthrie said...

I have never been to one, but I looked online and came up with these: Mini Muffulettas, Southern Shrimp Cocktails, Mini Crab Cakes, Hot Crawfish Dip. Thanks for the chance!

Tanyamarieward(at)Hotmail(dot)com

bn100 said...

maybe gumbo

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Marcy Sue said...

Creole Sauce brings back childhood Super Bowl memories when it was played in New Orleans. Although my man and I keep Kosher, I would love to tweak my mother's shrimp Creole recipe and make it with chicken thighs and breasts. Put it together with beans and rice and one of our shared favorites; roasted okra.

Marcy Sue said...

Creole Sauce brings back childhood Super Bowl memories when it was played in New Orleans. Although my man and I keep Kosher, I would love to tweak my mother's shrimp Creole recipe and make it with chicken thighs and breasts. Put it together with beans and rice and one of our shared favorites; roasted okra.

Belinda G said...

You asked: What type of food would you choose for a Mardi Gras party?

Well, that's a no brainer, seafood! Gumbo, shrimp and more shrimp, crab, beignets, grits, make your own Poor Boy sandwiches, frozen margaritas and more. I like the idea of a awesome buffet!

Thanks for the opportunity!

Belinda G
belgre at centurylink dot net

Jodi Redford said...

Thanks everyone for stopping by and participating in the blog hop!

The winners of the digital copies of Hurricanes and Handcuffs and the $5 Amazon gift card are Jean MP and Tanya G! Congrats!!!