Release Day Party A Hot Mess

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We’re celebrating the release of “A Hot Mess”, a contemporary romance novel released by Liquid Silver Books.

About A Hot Mess

A-Hot-Mess-mockup3Title: A Hot Mess

Author: Christy Gissendaner

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Caitlyn Myers elopes to Vegas on a spur of the moment decision, but once there she is abandoned by her heartless fiancé. With no money, and her luggage lost at the airport, she calls the one person she knows will help her.

Dylan Russell has known Caitlyn since she was a scruffy tomboy. He’s watched her mature into a ravishing woman and has kept his desire for her a secret … until now. Valentine’s Day in Vegas provides the dazzling backdrop for seduction as Dylan shows Caitlyn that not all loves are messy.

Author Bio

ChristyChristy Gissendaner is a romantic comedy author and believes that laughter and love should go hand in hand. She lives in Alabama with her husband and three sons and is always hard at work on her next novel. In her spare time, Christy loves blackjack, karaoke, and anything resembling a vacation! Find out more about her at http://christygissendaner.webs.com.

Purchase your copy.

Website:  http://christygissendaner.webs.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/christygis

Facebook: www.facebook.com/christygis

Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/christygissendaner

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One Response to Release Day Party A Hot Mess

  1. Robin Danner says:

    Thanks for hosting me today!

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