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Friday, January 4, 2013

Flirting with Disaster Cover Reveal

Ruthie Knox is a romance author who is on a hot streak. Her second book, "About Last Night", was a Reviewers’ Choice Best Book Award nominee, in the “Contemporary Love and Laughter” category, Romantic Times magazine and also a Library Journal Best Ebook Romance of 2012.

Ruthie figured out how to walk and read at the same time in the second grade, and she hasn’t looked up since. She spent her formative years hiding romance novels in her bedroom closet to avoid the merciless teasing of her brothers and imagining scenarios in which someone who looked remarkably like Daniel Day Lewis recognized her well-hidden sex appeal and rescued her from middle-class Midwestern obscurity.

After graduating from Grinnell College with an English and history double major, she earned a Ph.D. in modern British history that she’s put to remarkably little use. These days, she writes contemporary romance in which witty, down-to-earth characters find each other irresistible in their pajamas, though she freely admits this has yet to happen to her. Perhaps she needs more exciting pajamas. She’d love to hear from you, so drop her a line.

Find her online:

Website and Blog
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Ruthie has a new series, her first, starting in January. The Camelot series consists of a hundred-page novella,"How to Misbehave", and two full-length novels, "Along Came Trouble" and "Flirting with Disaster", set in the Midwestern college town of Camelot, Ohio. It revolves around the three Clark siblings — Amber, Caleb, and Katie — and contains a number of hot security guys, extended-family shenanigans, banter, angst, and of course the occasional steamy scene, just to keep things interesting.

The books are available as eBooks and can be found at all major ebook vendors.

Ready for the hotness?


Here you go. Enjoy!




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4 comments:

  1. Well hello lovely, hot cover! Is this new adult..i am so over these if they are...eep!

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