Asking for Trouble [NOOK Book]

Overview

It was a dark and sexy night...and she was in Trouble. Really!

Budding journalist Lottie Santori is dying to escape her overprotective family and experience a little sexual adventure.

And her upcoming, out-of-town (thank God!) job, researching scary old Seaton House, offers some very definite possibilities....

Lottie has always had a thing for the tall, dark and mysterious type, and her reluctant host, sexy ...

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Asking for Trouble

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Overview

It was a dark and sexy night...and she was in Trouble. Really!

Budding journalist Lottie Santori is dying to escape her overprotective family and experience a little sexual adventure.

And her upcoming, out-of-town (thank God!) job, researching scary old Seaton House, offers some very definite possibilities....

Lottie has always had a thing for the tall, dark and mysterious type, and her reluctant host, sexy Simon Lebeaux, looks as if he can give her the thrill of a lifetime. But when she finds herself at the center of several surprising "accidents," Lottie can only wonder if she'll last that long....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552546376
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/1/2008
  • Series: Harlequin Blaze Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 296,614
  • File size: 196 KB

Meet the Author

Leslie is a stay-at-home mother of three, who started writing as a creative outlet after one too many games of Chutes & Ladders. After meeting a group of other women with a similar interest in writing, she became part of a critique group and started spinning the story of a sexy radio D.J. That book, the first she ever wrote, was purchased off the slush pile by an editor at Harlequin Temptation.

Night Whispers (Harlequin Temptation #747) earned Leslie the NONA (Notable New Author of 1999) Award from OV-RWA, several Reviewer's Choice Awards, the award for "Best Romantic Suspense of 1999" from Romance Communications, second place in the Short Contemporary category for VCRW's Laurel Wreath Award for Excellence in Published Romance Fiction, and the

National Reader's Choice Award for "Best Short Contemporary Romance of 1999."

Leslie is one of the founding members of SpacecoasT Authors of Romance (STAR) in Brevard County, Florida, and served as its first full-term president. She has presented workshops and programs at several writers' conferences and chapter meetings throughout Florida and Georgia, has appeared on television and radio talk show programs, and has judged writing contests from around the country.

Leslie's recent success has not distracted her from her main priorities: her husband of 15 years and her three young daughters.

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  • Posted June 21, 2010

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    I just love the Santori family and their Sexy, Steamy lives!

    A lot of romance novels give either a good story or wild, steamy writing but the Harlequin Blaze series almost always provides BOTH! And Leslie Kelly is my favorite author in this genre. I'll read anything she writes! And the Santori family are my all-time favorite characters. I just wish there were more!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    In Chicago, her five overly protective older brothers and her Italian parents are driving Lottie Santori crazy as they leave her with no breathing room. Being the only female and the youngest, she enjoys any opportunity to escape from their constant vigil. Thus she looks forward to her out of town work in Trouble, Pennsylvania to conduct on site research into a serial killer who owned Seaton House though she doubts she will find any sexual relief in the small town. At Seaton House, Lottie meets new owner Simon Lebeaux, who inherited the old hotel from his late uncle. She immediately revises her thoughts that Trouble means abstinence. However, several accidents occur including some near fatal ones as if someone wants to prevent Lottie from completing her assignment. Simon thinks the hotel is haunted, but Lottie believes a mortal person wants her stopped. The sequel to the amusing contemporary HERE COMES TROUBLE is a delightful investigative romance in which the lead couple explores the haunting of the hotel and their hearts. The story line contains plenty of action, but it is the lead couple who keeps it focused and entertaining as she knows what she wants (sex not a lasting love) and he knows she is trouble (he has enough tsuris without her). The trouble with this novel is that Leslie Kelly will keep her audience up late reading it in one sitting.----------- Harriet Klausner

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