Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Mine Until Morning! - Jasmine Haynes

I’m so happy to announce the next installment of my Courtesans Tales. And because so many of you have asked for it, I’m giving you Isabel’s story! Mine Until Morning releases today, Dec 7. Here’s a blurb to whet your appetite:

Every Courtesan has a price…and a secret.

In “The Only Way Out,” Mac Dawson is determined to look after his widowed sister-in-law Dani…who just happens to lead a secret life as a courtesan. He can’t stop her, but with a little help from Madam Isabel, he’ll make sure her secret is safe. But can he find a way to make sure he’s the only man to share her bed?

Cleo thought her luck with men had finally changed, but when she discovers that Walker Randall is a paid courtesan, she feels doomed to always meet “The Wrong Kind of Man.” Will Walker change his lifestyle…or simply teach Cleo how right a courtesan can be?

Isabel, Madam of Courtesans, has seen it all…but she never thought she’d see Royce again. He was the love of her life, and now he wants to be with her, hot and happily ever after. Can he handle knowing that Isabel is not only a madam, but a courtesan herself—or are there really “No Second Chances?”

Many of you have wondered how I came up with the idea for the Courtesans Tales. Honestly, I met a courtesan. She was smart, funny, pretty, and a very good conversationalist. The stories are mine, of course, but she inspired me to write them. Writing the series has been a fun adventure. Don’t miss the sexy excerpt of the first story, The Only Way Out, on my website!

So, what movie did Mac and Dani watch? Leave a comment with the answer and your contact e-mail address to enter my drawing for a copy of Hers for the Evening, the second book in my Courtesans Tales. I’ll announce the winner sometime tomorrow, and I’ll also add you to my newsletter for updates if you aren’t already a member. Next month on the Tote Blog, I’ll be offering the first Courtesans Tale, RT Top Pick, YoursfortheNight.

Don’t forget to stop by and check out Dead to the Max in print with a fresh new cover look and a text revamp! Plus I’ve got more chances to win books on the Jasmine Blog and you’ll get to meet Emmitt!


Jennifer Skully/Jasmine Haynes said...

Happy Tuesday!

Fedora said...

Hi, Jasmine! I LOVED the excerpt! I can't wait to get caught up with this series--congrats on this latest!

They watched Young Frankenstein together--haven't seen that yet myself!

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Unknown said...

'Young Frankenstein' - don't know that one myself, must check it out.

Linda Henderson said...

Young Frankenstein. I've actually seen this movie, although it's been years ago. It's a pretty funny show.

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Lil said...

Young Frankenstein. I wasn't certain you wished to have the answer placed in comments but since you didn't mention having it emailed to you...

Congrats on your latest release!

Jennifer Skully/Jasmine Haynes said...

You're all correct, it was Young Frankenstein, a very funny movie. See it if you missed it!

and thanks on the congrats. I'm so glad you all enjoyed the excerpt! Thanks, Fedora! I hope you like the whole series.

Wendy A said...

They watched Young Frankenstein.Congrats on your new book release.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone!!!!

Nas said...

Hi Jasmine, congratulations on the release of the new book. The whole series sounds wonderful. So you met a real life courtesan?

Young Frankenstein is the movie they watched.
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Rosemary Gunn said...

Happy Release Day, Jas!!

Young Frankenstein ... excellent movie! "You haven't even touched your food." [laugh]

Asylumgirl said...

Ooh, Young Frankenstein, love that movie and Gene Wilder has always been one of my favorites. Congrats on the new release!

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Jennifer Skully/Jasmine Haynes said...

Sorry, lil, you did right, though, I wanted the answer in the comments. And thanks on the release!

Thank you, Wendy! And Happy holidays right back at you!

Thanks, Nas! Yes, I met a real life courtesan. A very interesting woman!

Thank you, Rosemary!

Gene Wilder is wonderful, Deidre. I loved him in the original The Producers, too! Thanks on the release!

susan L said...

They watched "Young Frankenstein", one of my favorites I now have copies of all Mel Brooks movies. Merry Christmas

Susan L

SuzyQ1955 at aol dot com

SiNn said...

they watched Young Frankenstein

which is a great movie great post and congrats on all ur releases

Jennifer Skully/Jasmine Haynes said...

Yes, Susan! Mel Brooks has done some great stuff. So hard to pick a favorite!

And thanks, Sinn! I'm glad you liked the post!

Unknown said...

Young Frankenstein, but I've never seen it.

Good luck on your book! I'm sure it'll be a best seller, as absolutely ALL your books are so awesome!!!

Merry Christmas!

Pam P said...

Young Frankenstein, though I haven't seen that one.

Congrats on the release. How interesting meeting a real courtesan (strange to think of that word in this day and age) - hope you get some tips from her, lol.

Jennifer Skully/Jasmine Haynes said...

Thank you so much, Llong! I'm so glad you enjoy the books.

and thanks, Pam. It was **very** interesting talking with the courtesan!

And you both should try Young Frankenstein! It's well worth the couple of hours!

Thanks for stopping by!

Jennifer Skully/Jasmine Haynes said...

Hi, everyone!

sorry I'm a day late, but I was out all yesterday and couldn't get to my computer.

Thanks to everyone for stopping by!

And the winner is Pam! I'll email you for your snailmail, Pam. Or you can email me at skully at skullybuzz dot com. congratulations!

Pam P said...

Thanks, Jasmine,I can pick up some courtesan tips now, lol. Happy Holidays!

Jennifer Skully/Jasmine Haynes said...

You're welcome, Pam! And LOL, I hope you glean some tips, too!