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Scarlet Wilson, An Inescapable Temptation and Giveaway!

We have UK based author Scarlet Wilson with us! And there's a signed book giveaway as well!

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Last summer my family and I spent time on a Mediterranean cruise ship.  It was a fabulous holiday – visiting a different port every day and spending the evenings on a luxurious boat. 

One thing really impressed me – the state of the art medical facilities available.  These ships really are floating cities on the sea.  It made me wonder about the staff and their relationships.  The crew members seemed to be from all over the world, our waiter was from Indonesia and worked on the ship to send money home to his family.  He loved his job, even though he said his quarters weren’t the best!

Scarlet's hero inspiration-David Gandy
When I came home I was inspired to write a medical cruise ship romance.  I pictured in my head my perfect hero and who came to mind?  David Gandy ( in a state of undress of course!).  I pinned this picture on my wall as I was writing the story and every time I needed a little inspiration all I had to do was look up!

This book is number six for me with Mills and Boon Medicals but I still feel as if I just got The Call yesterday.  I’ve written another three that are due for publication and am just about to start number ten – part of a new continuity series.

If you’d like to win a copy of my cruise ship book just tell me where you’d like to visit on a cruise ship.  Nas will pick a winner and I’m happy to send the book anywhere in the world!

AN INESCAPABLE TEMPTATION

Running from her past…she bumped into her future!

Nurse Francesca Cruz has taken a job on a cruise ship bound for the Mediterranean—the perfect retreat from her break-up—except she finds herself trapped with gorgeous but arrogant doctor Gabriel Russo.

She knows his type well: that devastating smile, those come-to-bed eyes and that easy charm. She won’t be tempted twice.

But with nowhere to escape—except overboard—and her delicious boss lying in the next cabin it’s easier said than done!
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38 comments:

  1. It is a great idea to set a story on a cruise ship. It's the fastest growing means of travel. I imagine there's plenty of storylines happening every day. Having taken a cruise yourself no doubt it has more 'truth' in it. I hope it sells well. Wow, you write fast!

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    1. ...and I would love to take a cruise, too!

      Thanks Denise for coming by!

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    2. Hi Denise, I don't feel as if I write fast at all! I write 1000 words every day at lunch time - I still work fulltime and have two young sons who have activities every night of the week. It's the only way I can fit it in. But it's amazing how quickly it adds up. I just don't allow myself any excuses not to do it! Unfortunately the doctor on my cruise ship did not look like David Gandy!

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  2. A cruise ship is so full of interesting characters and scenarios that I'm sure this book is terrific!

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    1. Oh, Shelley! Now you making me want to go on one right away!

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    2. I've taken my kids on two cruises now and loved them both. My fears about them falling overboard appeared unfounded but my beloved and I did have a interesting conversation when I caught my 7 year old standing on a table on our balcony, trying to reach the ceiling because "he could". Kids!!

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  3. Hi Nas .. love the photo of Scarlet and her family .. I sort of dither about a cruise - would I enjoy it (or not!) ..

    Now Mills and Boon Medicals - I hadn't realised they had other 'ranges' ... what a great position to be for Scarlet to utilise for book sales.

    Interesting post - thanks .. cheers and Happy Easter ... Hilary

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    1. Hi Hilary - mills and boon medicals cover just about everything you can ever think of! My last two books were about the White House Medical Unit and my next two are based on the CDC in Atlanta. Medicals are all around us - whether we know it or not!

      The important thing for me when we picked our cruise was the ports we would be visiting. I love to sightsee - I'm not a lie-by-the-pool kind of gal. Best trip was Chaeteau d'If - where the Count of Monte Cristo was based. Fabulous!

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    2. Hi Hilary!

      Yes, M&B have a separate line for Medicals. It is really good and I'm a big fan.

      Thanks for coming by!

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  4. What a fab holiday, Scarlet - a cruise sounds impossibly glamorous.

    xx

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    1. Suzanne, glamour for me is having someone else make the breakfast, lunch and dinner. Oh, and the laundry service - I got all my holiday clothes washed and ironed for £14. The first time I've ever come back from holiday without mounds of washing!

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    2. Suzanne, Scarlet was lucky for getting all the work done!

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  5. Would love to cruise Easter Island

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    1. Jo, what a great pick! I would love to see the monumental statues on Easter Island!

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    2. Thanks for coming along Jo!

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  6. Great question! My first choice would be an Alaskan cruise - I'd love to spot some whales!

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    1. Whale spotting Jemi, what a fabulous idea! An Alaskan cruise sounds fabulous!

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    2. Let's go together Jemi!

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  7. I may have been too busy looking at David Gandy to write :) Great to meet you.

    Hi, Nas!

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    1. He's a great distraction, isn't he? Anytime I needed encouragement to write I just had to look up and WHOOPPEE! Inspiration!

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    2. Hi Carol!

      He IS a great distraction!

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  8. My husband and I took a Meditteranean cruise on our honeymoon. It was fabulous!

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    1. What a fabulous honeymoon, I hope you enjoyed the sites!

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    2. Wow! Sherry, you have to write that romance!

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  9. My mum and dad love Cruises - I've not been on one *yet*. So glad you had a great time and looking forward to reading your new book. Caroline x p.s that picci of DG is seriously *hot*! LOL

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    1. Thanks Caroline. Loved your story in Writer's Forum, it was fab!

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    2. Thanks for coming by Caroline!

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  10. I loved the cruise backround in the book - it was irresistible. I loved the humour in the story too. The 'Cougar list' made me laugh. Best of luck with the book, Scarlett.

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    1. The cougar list was too much fun, and there were also some cougar scenes that were dropped!

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    2. Lol! Maria! The 'cougar list' was hilarious! And the way our heroine kept the list from the hero.

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  11. I'm very curious to go on a cruise ship. I've never been.

    Scarlet's book sounds like a great read.

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    1. Thanks Medeia, the cruise ship was great fun. I hope you get the chance one day x

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    2. Thanks Medeia! It is a great read!

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    1. It is a great story. Romance and medical drama, Misha!

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  13. I think you should go on more cruises and spend lots of time at international hotels and resorts -- just for research purposes, of course! lol

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    1. What a research Lexa! I would love to do researches for writers!

      Thanks for coming by!

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  14. Congratulations to Caroline! Yay! You won the giveaway of Scarlet Wilson's An Inescapable Temptation!

    Thanks to all our friends for coming by and thank you Scarlet for this giveaway and for being here chatting with all of us!

    Nas

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