Wednesday, October 16, 2013

The 1NS celebration continues with Arlene Webb

Arlene Webb is another fantastic and versatile writer. Her characters are so vivid, they practically leap off the page. I'm happy to have her here for the Decadent 1NS event. Check out more about Arlene at her blog:

Last Request

A Decadent 1NS

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Joan not only knows how to keep them, she hoards information. After all, blurting truths could prolong her life and that’s not something she’s willing to allow.
As a renowned journalist, exposing lies is Wesley’s job, but being honest extends to revealing his own agenda as well. He admits on the application he’s been asked to write a story kicking up any dirt he can on Madam Evangeline’s dating service.

Joan has a reputation to uphold. Labeled a promiscuous monster, authorities shouldn’t be surprised her offer to finally tell them where the skeletons are comes at a price. One date, one night, one final fling.
Wesley doesn’t need one date, one night, a simple fling. Women eyeball him all the time. He knows some hookup service can’t find him his heart’s desire, a sweetheart to cherish for a long and committed lifespan, but he won’t make it a slam-dunk for them by saying otherwise.

Warning Notice:
If secrets stay buried and desire is feared instead of embraced, electricity will flow and not in a good way.


About Arlene

Sci-fi, paranormal, suspense, indefinable, Arlene Webb is an author who adds sweet and spicy layers of romance.
She was born in upstate New York, land of cows, snow, drizzle and sometimes a ray of sun. Second oldest with four siblings, she spent childhood reading everything she could get her hands on. Adolescence found her questioning the validity of everything she read, along with acquiring the usual scars of high school.

Early twenties, she headed for the Pacific. A stop off to visit a friend turned into years in Tucson, Arizona. Arlene worked as a waitress, bartender, greenhouse worker, greyhound trainer, while swapping a pysch major for one in plant sciences at the University of Arizona. Fired for skipping employee meetings at restaurants, employee gambling at the dogtrack, refusing to use live rabbits as bait, it fell to planting cacti and bartending to pay her way through college.

Arlene’s late twenties found her running family owned greenhouses and florist shops in New York. When the reality of retail life became too mundane to handle, she began an obsessive love of creating more interesting worlds.


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Arlene said...

Cate, thank you so much for hosting me again. Can't wait for your next 1NS to release.

Cate Masters said...

I always love having you over, Arlene! :) Everyone should read your 1NS - they'd love it as much as I do.

Teri Riggs said...

The title alone has me interested enough to read it!

Cate Masters said...

You won't be disappointed, Teri.

Barbara Elsborg said...

I agree, it's a great story!!

Yolanda Renee said...

Last Request sounds intriguing! Truly!

Good luck Arlene, and Cate - you both seem to have it all wrapped up. Great giveaway too!