Magic at Work will soon be available in audio-book format. In fact, it’s headed to retailers as you read this.
HOW EXCITING IS THAT?
I’m so friggin’ happy about this development. Magic at Work is special to me, and Lexi’s spunk and Ric’s sarcasm in the audio version sound just like their voices do in my head. (Yes, I have voices in my head. Hush.)
I don’t know where you stand on audio books, but I love them. With the day job, the hubby and kid, and the writing, I almost never have the time to sit down and read a book unless it’s one I’m editing. Audio books are my addiction. I listen while I drive, when I’m working on spreadsheets, when I’m cooking, and—now summer’s here—on the beach.
And what better beach-time listening material than a contemporary erotic romance complete with enemies-to-lovers trope and a sprinkle of magic?
The amazing Hollie Jackson has brought Lexi and Ric to life, and you can get a non-naughty taste by clicking on the audio-book cover below.
Lexi Adams suffers from extreme job dissatisfaction. The only things she finds challenging are the sexy IT guy and the on-line erotic romance novel she discovers, starring her spitting image. Unfortunately, the man is insufferable, and the novel only accessible at work.
Aware Lexi’s workload doesn’t meet her potential, Ric Ackart, head of the IT department, decides to find out what she does in front of her computer screen all day. His surprise at what he finds is overshadowed by the fact that the novel’s leading man shares his face and the name he used years ago.
Despite their stubbornness, the two can’t deny the explosive chemistry between them. Ric is forced to come to terms with his feelings, but Lexi isn’t willing to give him more than her body.
An unlikely ally and a touch of magic may be just what Lexi needs, to accept the gift fate has thrown her way—true love.
Until Magic at Work is available in audio format, you can always fill the time with my Vampire Cherry audio books.