Friday, October 11, 2013

TVBT: CRAVING HER ROUGH DIAMOND DOC by Amalie Berlin @tastybooktours #giveaway

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Her hunky outdoor doc...

Her first sighting of Dr. Wyatt Beauchamp is of him with his shirt off—all deliciously bronzed corded muscle and mouthwatering abs—and nurse Imogen Donally hopes the next six months working in his remote mountain practice will be…more interesting than she'd originally thought!

Only, her Dr. Tall, Dark and Handsome quickly proves to be more Tall, Dark and Seriously Brooding…. Tough cookie Imogen has no desire ever to settle down, but even she is reluctantly intrigued by a man just as haunted by the past as she is. Could a red-hot fling with the sexy, stubborn doc be Imogen's undoing?
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Meet Amalie
There's never been a day without stories playing in my head. But now when someone interrupts my daydreams to ask what I'm doing I get to say: Working!

I live with my family and a passel of critters in rural southern Ohio, in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian mountains,  on a cleared spot of land plopped in the middle of national forest.  Everywhere I look it's either hills with trees or fields with cows. If you had a view like that, you'd spend lots of time watching the people inside your head too.

I'm lying--I do that--the area is beautiful, the air is clean and fresh if you count out those gassy cows, and the people are nice. Plus, the
Great Serpent Mound is within easy driving distance if I ever feel the need to visit mysterious places--and really, who doesn't feel that need sometimes?

When not cow watching, mysterious place visiting, or writing, I love to read, watch movies, make stuff with my hands, and geek-out over documentaries. Any documentary. Even the ones with subjects I have absolutely no desire to learn about prior to discovering there is a documentary about it... I think it must be some kind of Geeky Syndrome which I shall one day try to have diagnosed and named after me.

I also like to learn various antiquated(yet awesome) skills. In case of Zombiepocalypse, I'll still have bread, cheese, jam, lacy under-things(I love tatting!), granulated sugar, fluffy marshmallows and I'll always have something new to read. Carbs 1 -- Zombies 0!
 
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3 comments:

Karen J said...

Hello Amalie, Im from WV so I totally understand the whole "country" living. Have you always been a country girl? Your book sounds awesome and I cant wait to read it!! :)

Amalie said...

Hi neighbor(Karen) :) I've always been a country girl, even when I lived in Nashville as an adult(or in my long but infrequent European trips), not sure it's something you can ever really grow out of! And I have to admit, as much as I love to travel, when I've been gone too long I get homesick for tall, tree-covered hills and beans and cornbread :)

(Glad the book appeals to locals. I really haven't been sure if it would be too ... familiar, or something! Good luck with the drawing!)

Amalie said...

Thank you for hosting me today, Lisa!