Guest Post and Review: Sultry in Stilettoes by Nana Malone

Sultry in Stilettos by Nana Malone
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services Inc.
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 128 pages


Shy, Fantasy Event Planner, Ricca Munroe has never been lucky in love, so when the latest in a long line of Mr. Oh So Wrongs publicly dumps her, she focuses on her career. All she has to do to land the job of a lifetime is work side-by-side with the one man who can break her heart.

Beckett Mills has never been in love. Personal entanglements are a recipe for disaster—that is until one kiss from Ricca Munroe changes everything. Beckett needs this job to fulfill a promise he made. All he has to do is resist the seductive charms of his best friend.

Can Ricca come out of her shell to land her dream job and the love of her life? Can Beckett trust himself enough to actually fall in love and still keep the promise he made?

Warning: Sexy, sass talking women will make you laugh, cry and want a pair of killer footwear.

Deb’s Review :

Sultry in Stilettos by Nana Malone is a delightful hit with this reviewer. Ms. Malone has hit all the marks with this sexy, fun story. I adore the hero and heroine as well as the fun loving second level characters.

Bennet is charming, daring and downright sexy. I like his character, because he comes off as a real guys guy. He makes mistakes, and even has the crazy guy lingo down to an art form.

Ricci is fabulous in my eyes. Once she came out of her shell, look out world, in this case look out Bennet. *smiles* Ricci was really easy to identify with on a normal girl level. Once she gets her grove on, she sets her sights on what she wants, but will he come willing?

These two had me wanting to slap them both and tell get on with it already. The tention between them is enough to drive any sane person insane. *lol* Bennet and Ricci have a past of undercurrents, that they need to resolve before ites to late. I for one think this book is a sultry trip to pure, sensual heaven, sure to get your heart rate pumping.

The second level characters are a true blend of fun, heart, and family it’s what makes a wonderful book like Sultry Stilettos a pleasure to discover and one you will want to share. They add to the strength of the hero and heroine as well as gave the plotline, what I like to say “some meat”. I can say I want Jaya and Micha’s stories. I know I am so greedy.

I am excite to discover such a new author to me, added to that I need to go shopping for more Nana Malone books.

<bcreates characters that touch the heart, a plotline that intrigues, and romance the sizzles…she has mastered it all in Sultry in Stilettos.

Rated 5 Stilettoes by Deb!

Today’s Guest here @ HEAR is Nana Malone…

Shoe Therapy
We’ve all been there. The day from hell. Your crazy boss asks you to complete some crazy deadline. Your boyfriends says exactly the wrong thing, no matter how many chances you give him to get it right. Your best friend has met someone new and temporarily forgotten your phone number. Or worst of all, your mother called. The one solution for all these ailments? A little retail therapy. Or so romantic comedies would have you believe.
Picture this, you in need of a pick me up, and trolling the aisles of Nordstrom’s or Vicky’s. Then you see it. The perfect shoe, Bra, Lotion, lip gloss, whatever it is. Immediately the endorphins start to pour in. The elation meter ticks up and all of a sudden your mood changes and you get a little perspective and a new pretty thing to take home with you.
My In Stilettos series starts the same way with, the main character of the story Sexy in Stilettos making the mother of all impulse buys, a pair of $3000 Christian Louboutin heels. To bail out their friend, secondary characters Ricca Munroe and Micha Bennet decide on a footwear timeshare and the In Stilettos Series was born.
Sultry in Stilettos finds Ricca in completion for a job with the man she’s secretly been in love with for years. What better way to give her a little pick me up and boost of confidence than these heels. Now that Jaya found her happily ever after in Sexy in Stilettos, it’s Ricca’s turn.
The craziest impulse buy I made for a mood pick me up has to be This red salsa looking dress I got from top shop in London years ago. It flares when you spin and almost shows the goods…almost 😉 I won’t’ tell you how much I spent on it, but suffice it to say it was in pounds, so… yeah. I still have the dress. It hangs in the closet mostly, since with my life now, there’s not much occasion to go out, but every now and again, I’ll put it on and it makes me smile still. Nothing like some legacy endorphins.
How about you? What’s the craziest impulse buy you made in search of a mood pick me up?

About the Author:
Nana’s love of all things romance and adventure started with a tattered romantic suspense she borrowed from her cousin. It was a sultry summer afternoon in Ghana, and Nana was a precocious thirteen. She’s been in love with kick butt heroines ever since. With her overactive imagination, and channeling her inner Buffy, it was only a matter a time before she started creating her own characters.
Waiting for her chance at a job as a ninja assassin, in the meantime Nana works out her drama, passion and sass with fictional characters every bit as sassy and kick butt as she thinks she is. Though, until that ninja job comes through, you’ll find her acting out scenes for hubby, baby and puppy while catching up on her favorite reality television shows in sunny San Diego.

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