Sunday, June 15, 2008

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? is Available Now

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? is now available at Siren. If you haven't picked up a copy, you can get one at: Buy Now

Join me tomorrow. I'll be guest blogging at Lucy Monroe's blog.

In addition, I'll also be at Kate Davies blog on her MTA (Meeting the Author) Mondays. Drop in both places and say hi!!!

Tuesday, Kate will feature Who's in her Book BIN Tuesday (Buy It Now) also on her blog.

Pictured below you'll find me, Allie K. Adams (Bookstrand), Lucy Monroe and her husband, and Kate Davies (Siren) at RWA Nationals a few years ago.

Have a wonderful Father's Day.

"Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?"
Contemporary Romance
Siren Publishing, Available Now

Goldilocks never had it this good. The characters are superbly written. Romance, suspense, and passion fill this book."—Review Your Book

Fun, whimsical, and full of romance. I can’t wait to check out more books by Jami Davenport.--Fallen Angel Reviews (5 Angels )

What happens when a reformed bad boy discovers a racy Goldilocks sleeping in his bed on a dark and stormy night?

Jake Reynolds returns home to discover a racy Goldilocks sleeping in his bed. Instead of doing the first thing on his mind or even the second, he hires her to organize his disorganized construction office. When his wealthy family meets the suggestively clad, polyester siren posing as Jake's assistant, they fear he's slipped back into his former role as the family bad boy.

Harlee Davis didn't know she was sleeping in Jake's bed. She was seeking refuge from two storms—the storm raging outside and the storm created by her screwed-up life. When she learns that Jake plans to demolish the very camp she’s been entrusted to preserve, Harlee mounts a crusade. They wage a war of wills while battling their conflicting interests on a professional level and too much interest on a sexual level. One of them stands to lose everything in a game where there is no winner.

1 comment:

Kate Davies said...


I have that pic, too! And can you believe that when it was taken, only Lucy was published? My, times have changed!

We all still look extra-gorgeous, though. ;)