Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Books Boyfriends Cafe - Summer Lovin' with @MelCurtisAuthor #Contemporary #Romance


I write both sweet and hotter romance. One of my steamier romances – Cora Rules – is featured in the Book Boyfriends Café Summer Lovin’ set. That’s book 3 of my Hollywood Rules series.

A few books back, an editor of mine wondered if one of my heroes was too alpha for sweet readers.  I’ve since gone back and looked at my heroes. I admit, sometimes my sweet romance heroes are less alpha than my hotter romance hunks.

But I wondered. And so I've devised a non-scientific Man Bracket, just like you'd see for March Madness.  I used movie and TV heroes to fill the bracket choices.  Now it's up to you to decide.  There are two brackets - one for fantasy heroes and one for actors in a role.  There are alpha and beta heroes here as well. Choose a winner for each bracket and post your ultimate hero below. Was your man alpha or beta? One lucky commenter will receive a free ebook of their choice from my back list.


Buy links: (note – goes live at B&N on 5/8)

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Bio/Info
Melinda Curtis is an award winning, USA Today bestselling author.  She writes the fun and sexy Hollywood Rules series featured in Book Boyfriends Café Summer Lovin’. Jayne Ann Krentz says of Blue Rules (Book 2): “Sharp, sassy, modern version of a screwball comedy from Hollywood's Golden Age except a lot hotter.”  Melinda also writes sweet romantic comedy (Bridesmaid series) and light-hearted sweet romances for Harlequin Heartwarming (Harmony Valley series). Brenda Novak says: “Season of Change has found a place on my keeper shelf”







3 comments:

Carly Carson said...

Thanks for sharing our new release today. We're all excited about it!

Ari Thatcher said...

I have to agree, my hot heroes are a lot more alpha than my sweets. I need to strengthen the sweet ones a bit, perhaps.

Melinda Curtis said...

I'm afraid Jon Snow wins my bracket every time

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