Welcome to July Fever, where the scorching authors inside, are rivalling the rising temperatures outside 🙂
1 blog + 31 authors = 31 Days of Hotness
Today I’d like to welcome Jennah Scott
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~ If you leave a comment, you’ll also go into the draw for the weekly prize
A Funky Sense of Style
The first thing I thought about when it came to July Fever was shorts and fun outfits. The heroine in my upcoming co-authored release, Scrap Metal, has a funky sense of style. By day she wears paint-laden coveralls since she spends most of her time in her studio working on her sculptures. But by night…the tables turn and Angelica becomes the woman that knocks her man off his feet.
When Angelica’s ready for a night out on the town with Ryker, this is what she’d pull from her closet.
Don’t expect Angelica to wear billowy shirts to her debut gallery show. Nope, she’s more likely to pull out her version of the little black dress. And don’t forget the shoes…
Accessories are just as important as the outfit, so count on Angelica wearing her favorite necklace when she heads out with friends for a night of fun.
Blurb: Not one to settle down, Angelica Rousseau never thought she’d consider planting roots in the small town of Kimmswick, Missouri. When her art speaks to her—and gives her a reason to get up close and personal with body shop owner, Ryker Talcott—sticking around starts to have appeal.
Ryker has to deal with a lot of personalities and has found that custom orders for women almost never end well. Especially when the women are as picky and confident as Angelica. This time it’s different. He’s never met a woman like her. She rivals his confidence and has the attitude to back it up.
When the past threatens their future, Angelica and Ryker have to decide what’s more important—their own promises to themselves, or the love they both feel for each other.
Jennah Scott resides in Missouri. Until she started writing, she didn’t know what she wanted to be. So she ended up with degrees in education, business, and the medical field. When not writing you can find her with her family or lost in a book.
Alexi Raymond lives in Indiana with her husband and kittens. She can be found tumbling at gymnastics class, beating up the boys in a wrestling ring, and filming sports for her local TV station when she’s not on the couch talking to the people in her head!
Remember to leave a comment to enter for Jennah’s giveaway, and to enter the weekly prize draw. And come back tomorrow, to see what Zoe York thinks about July Fever 🙂
21 thoughts on “July Fever Day 2 – Jennah Scott – A Funky Sense of Style”
Those SHOES!! I wish I had the grace and ankles to wear them, because I could have a relationship with those shoes. I would love to be made over by Angelica, because I love the sexy vintage (covered up) look.
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I’m with you on wishing for the grace and ankles to wear those shoes!!
God, yes, I’d be terrified I’d break my ankles in those shoes…but yeah, I’d risk it!
I’m not sure what I love more – the dress, the stockings, or the shoes. But all together – gorgeous combinations ^_^ Hiding those stockings under that demure but sexy dress is brilliantly hot.
I think the best part of writing Angelica was looking for her clothes!!
Jennah has picked an awesome outfit. Looks good, aye 🙂
I love the cover and the books sounds terrific! Good job ladies 🙂
Thanks, Eva! The cover is pretty awesome. 🙂
Hi Eva, thanks for calling by 🙂
I just love those shoes!! I wish I could still wear them. The book sounds great! 🙂
Hi Kirsten. They’re kinda eye catching, aye. Thanks for commenting – and please call by tomorrow too 🙂
The shoes are definitely a hit!!
Sounds like a great story… Love strong artistic women…Plus i do have to say i love Rockabilly/Pinup outfits… I think they are classy and sexy and those shoes are to die for(well if i could walk in them) and love the nails… I think that any guy would be happy to be with a lady rocking those outfits 🙂
Thanks for stopping by. Angelica is certainly a strong artistic woman!
I know! I could gaze at those shoes all day! Thanks for commenting 🙂
I adore those red shoes! It would kill my back, and I am sure I wouldn’t be stand straight the next day but who cares! LOL. This book sounds great, I’ll be sure to add it to my TBR list 🙂
Thanks for stopping by! I have to agree, who cares about the next day if you get to wear those shoes. 🙂
It looks like an awesome book – thanks for calling by 🙂
I’m pleased to announce the winner of Day 2 – Michelle Mazouros.
Jennah will be in touch to arrange your prize – congrats 🙂
Dig Angelica’s Rockabilly style!