Saturday, June 29, 2013

His Fantasy Maid by Susan Blexrud




On the eve of Jake Sinclair’s bachelor party, his best man surprises him with a fantasy maid named Amy. Clad in a bikini, she cleans his house and jump starts his heart. She's beautiful, smart, and compassionate. Why is a woman like this working as a fantasy maid? A few days later, with thoughts still distracted by the enigmatic Amy, Jake crashes his car and wakes in the hospital emergency room where his fantasy maid is now wearing scrubs and wielding a stethoscope. Is she an hallucination, or is his fantasy maid a doctor?

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Author Bio:


Susan Blexrud grew up in Orlando, Florida, and now lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her husband of 27 years, John, who proposed to her on New Year’s Eve 1985 on the Venice-Simplon Orient Express, halfway between Paris and Vienna.  Their son Chris lives and works in Manhattan, and daughter Allison is a college junior. Susan has a Chihuahua named Baby and a cockatiel named Romeo. She is an avid reader, and she leads two monthly book clubs in Asheville.  She is a walker and Yoga enthusiast. She enjoys quilting and bird watching (loves hummingbirds), and most of all, writing her next story.  

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11 comments:

  1. Sounds like a unique premise, I am interested to see what is real and what is not

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  2. Thank you for introducing me to a new author.

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  3. Interesting premise, right off I want to know why his soon-to-be brother-in-law would hire someone like that before the guy marries his sister? And the fallout for him when it all fall apart because of what he's done. Off-track I know, but that's where I went first.

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  4. Susan Blexrud's writing is excellent. If you haven't yet read her first Crimson Romance novel, GETTYSBURG VAMPIRE, run and order it! You're in for a treat. And I can't wait to read HIS FANTADY MAID.

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  5. I like the premise of this story. Thanks for introducing it to us!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Mary Jo. I came up with the idea for the story because I found a fantasy maid flyer taped to my front door!

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  6. What an interesting book! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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    1. Thanks for commenting, and good luck with the contest, Book Lady!

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  7. Susan...We share a FL/NC connection. I lived many years in Tampa & St. Pete--went to grad school and got married there 25 years ago. Now I live in NC...about as far away from you in the state as possible--LOL. I'm in Wilmington. I don't get to the mountains too often. Do you get to the coast much?

    I like the premise of your book. I think there is definitely that little French maid fantasy out there.

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    1. Catherine, I must say that Wilmington is on my bucket list. Funny how wide this state is. You're about as far away from me(in the opposite direction) as Nebraska! LOL! Thanks for commenting.

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    2. OMG...Nebraska!? People DON'T realize how far it is from SE to NW. When I moved to NC, which is a great state for a librarian, I thought that I'd be close to all this awesome professional development. It turns out that EVERYTHING is far from Wilmington! LOL. Luckily, we have the beach and the river and a great downtown and shopping and restaurants and a thriving film community (think current TV like Sleepy Hollow, Revolution, and Under the Dome). I'm not too sad about not going anywhere!

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