Tuesday, January 21, 2014

A Little Too Hot Mad Lib & Giveaway

NOW AVAILABLE! 


This book is a stand-alone A LITTLE TOO FAR novel.

"Every page is deliciously breathtaking, wickedly sexy and sensational. A LITTLE TOO HOT is wonderfully unique and a LOT HOT! I am a HUGE Lisa Desrochers fan." --KATY EVANS, New York Times bestselling author of REAL

If you play with fire…

Tossed out of college and cut off by her parents, Samantha West is in pretty dire straits. So when her rocker best friend hooks her up with a job dancing at a gentlemen’s club, who is she to turn it down? Plus, there are rules to dancing at Benny’s: No touching, keep your clothes on at all times, and never get closer than three feet. Unfortunately for Sam, her first private client makes her want to break every single one of them.

Harrison Yates is scorching hot, but he’s got a past that involves being left at the altar not too long ago. Sam is determined to make him forget about his ex, but when she makes her move, it flings her life into a spiral of chaos she never saw coming.

Because Harrison Yates isn’t who he seems to be. And his secret will probably get her killed.


From USA Today bestselling author Lisa Desrochers, comes the third book in her sizzling New Adult series.

“Every page is deliciously breathtaking, wickedly sexy and sensational. A LITTLE TOO HOT is wonderfully unique and a LOT HOT! I am a HUGE Lisa Desrochers fan.”


Katy Evans, New York Times bestselling author of REAL

“Lisa is brilliant at creating sizzling sexual tension and impossible circumstances that make the reader hold their breath all the way to happy ever after."
Jay Crownover, New York Times bestselling author of RULE


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18053117-a-little-too-hot

http://www.amazon.com/Little-Too-Hot-Lisa-Desrochers-ebook/dp/B00DB3DBCC/ref=la_B003BK93SG_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1389939775&sr=1-1http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-little-too-hot-lisa-desrochers/1116759071?ean=9780062299055&itm=1&usri=9780062299055&cm_mmc=AFFILIATES-_-Linkshare-_-GwEz7vxblVU-_-10:1&r=1,%201


LISA DESROCHERS is the USA Today bestselling author of the A Little Too Far series, courtesy of HarperCollins, and the young adult Personal Demons trilogy from Macmillan. She lives in Northern California with her husband, two very busy daughters, and Shini the tarantula. Find her online at www.lisadwrites.com , on Twitter at @LisaDez, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LisaDesrochersAuthor.



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Mad Lib Giveaway

Harper Collins is giving away a $25 gift card to any eRetailer for participating in this Mad Lib!

Participate by completing the Mad Lib in the comments below.  Please include a way for me to contact you.

Pick your words first.


Noun
Occupation
Heroine’s name
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Noun 1
Adjective
Warlock’s name
Warlock’s name
Adjective
Verb
Past tense verb
Plural noun
Noun
Adjective
Heroine’s name
Past tense verb
Emotion
Emotion
Past tense verb
Adjective
Warlock’s name
Past tense verb
Adjective
Past tense verb
Warlock’s name
Adverb
Noun
Noun
Warlock’s name
Noun
Adjective
Town’s name
Past tense verb
Plural noun
Plural noun
Noun 1
Past tense verb
Heroine’s name

Add them to this story

Once upon a (noun), a beautiful (occupation) named (heroine’s name) embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important (noun 1). She believed this (noun 1) was stolen from her by the (adjective) warlock, (warlock’s name). Her mother warned her about (warlock’s name), but she never listened since he was so unbelievably (adjective). How could someone like that ever (verb) from her? As she (past tense verb) into town to fetch some (plural noun), she noticed an old man sitting by the town (noun). He shrouded himself in (adjective) robes, so it was impossible for (heroine’s name) to see his face. She (past tense verb) down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both (emotion) and (emotion) at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she (past tense verb), “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the (adjective) (warlock’s name)!” The old man looked up and (past tense verb) at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the (adjective) book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he (past tense verb) at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat (warlock’s name).” She straightened up (adverb) and thanked the man for his (noun). As soon as the (noun) was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, (warlock’s name) appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a (noun)! “No, you (adjective) warlock! I banish you from this town of (town’s name)!” She (past tense verb) the magical book into the air as (noun) and (noun) shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid (noun 1).” He (past tense verb) it to her feet and ran off—(heroine’s name) was sure she could hear him crying.

Have fun!


10 comments:

  1. Once upon a fox, a beautiful maid named Andromeda embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important book. She believed this book was stolen from her by the beautiful warlock, Devilous. Her mother warned her about Devilous, but she never listened since he was so unbelievably strong. How could someone like that ever goes from her? As she made into town to fetch some shoes, she noticed an old man sitting by the town flower. He shrouded himself in pretty robes, so it was impossible for Andromeda to see his face. She walked down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both happy and giggling at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she did, “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the ready Devilous!” The old man looked up and cooked at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the new book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he shined at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat Devilous.” She straightened up quickly and thanked the man for his mother. As soon as the bracelet was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, Devilous appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to an apple! “No, you ugly warlock! I banish you from this town of Athens!” She came the magical book into the air as things and stars shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid book.” He kissed it to her feet and ran off—Andromeda was sure she could hear him crying. That was weird and fun! elena-k84@hotmail.com

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  2. Once upon a computer, a beautiful dentist named Lydia embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important star. She believed this star was stolen from her by the shiny warlock, Magnus. Her mother warned her about Magnus, but she never listened since he was so unbelievably smooth. How could someone like that ever slide from her? As she flew into town to fetch some pigs, she noticed an old man sitting by the town book. He shrouded himself in short robes, so it was impossible for Lydia to see his face. She grabbed down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both devistated and overjoyed at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she hung, “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the long Magnus!” The old man looked up and snorted at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the best book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he shot at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat Magnus.” She straightened up quickly and thanked the man for his ruler. As soon as the hero was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, Magnus appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a watch! “No, you slow warlock! I banish you from this town of Toronto!” She swam the magical book into the air as knives and books shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid star.” He typed it to her feet and ran off—Lydia was sure she could hear him crying.

    ajtse@hotmail.com

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  3. Once upon a desk, a beautiful hobo named Sasha embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important stapler. She believed this stapler was stolen from her by the moronic warlock, Eric. Her mother warned her about Eric, but she never listened since he was so unbelievably dense. How could someone like that ever run from her? As she flew into town to fetch some cookies, she noticed an old man sitting by the town monitor. He shrouded himself in dusty robes, so it was impossible for Sasha to see his face. She drove down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both angry and dumbfounded at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she ate , “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the wrinkled Eric!” The old man looked up and joked at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the dark book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he barked at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat Eric.” She straightened up slow and thanked the man for his shoe. As soon as the mitten was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, Eric appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a cup! “No, you red warlock! I banish you from this town of Spanksville!” She kicked the magical book into the air as tea and coffee shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. "Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid stapler.” He drove it to her feet and ran off— Sasha was sure she could hear him crying.

    Doesn't make much sense, but I guess that's the fun of it!
    melaniemcclure at knology.net

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  4. Once upon a book, a beautiful doctor named Isolda embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important heart. She believed this heart was stolen from her by the hot warlock, Devon. Her mother warned her about Devon, but she never listened since he was so unbelievably picky. How could someone like that ever laugh from her? As she went into town to fetch some plates, she noticed an old man sitting by the town flower. He shrouded himself in long robes, so it was impossible for Isolda to see his face. She looked down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both funny and sad at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she hit, “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the pretty Devon!” The old man looked up and bit at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the addictive book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he touched at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat Devon.” She straightened up lazily and thanked the man for his car. As soon as the moon was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, Devon appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a table! “No, you annoying warlock! I banish you from this town of Chicago!” She cut the magical book into the air as baby and chocolate shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid book.” He walked it to her feet and ran off—Isolda was sure she could hear him crying.

    verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. Once upon a beach, a beautiful professional soccer player named Elodie embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important sock. She believed this sock was stolen from her by the Exquisite warlock, Maygar. Her mother warned her about Maygar, but she never listened since he was so unbelievably ugly. How could someone like that ever jump from her? As she ran into town to fetch some hats, she noticed an old man sitting by the town mirror. He shrouded himself in superb robes, so it was impossible for Elodie to see his face. She crept down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both devastated and excited at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she laughed, “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the beautiful Maygar!" The old man looked up and smirked at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the adorable book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he scowled at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat Maygar.” She straightened up beautifully and thanked the man for his mirror. As soon as the mirror was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, Maygar appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a dance off. "No, you stunning warlock! I banish you from this town of Sillyville!" She shoved the magical book into the air as crickets and fingers shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid sock.” He pitched it to her feet and ran off—Elodie was sure she could hear him crying.
    Wdswain (at) gmail (dot)com

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  6. Noun ~ car
    Occupation ~ singer
    Heroine’s name ~ Haley Suzette
    Noun 1 ~ box
    Noun 1 ~ box
    Adjective ~ sassy
    Warlock’s name ~ Michael Black
    Warlock’s name ~ Michael Black
    Adjective ~ messy
    Verb ~ slap
    Past tense verb ~ kissed
    Plural noun ~ motorcycles
    Noun ~ tree
    Adjective ~ sexy
    Heroine’s name ~ Haley Suzette
    Past tense verb ~ kicked
    Emotion ~ blissfulness
    Emotion ~ happiness
    Past tense verb ~ pinched
    Adjective ~ smoky
    Warlock’s name ~ Michael Black
    Past tense verb ~ grinned
    Adjective ~ purple
    Past tense verb ~ Swallowed
    Warlock’s name ~ Michael Black
    Adverb ~ quickly
    Noun ~ truck
    Noun ~ truck
    Warlock’s name ~ Michael Black
    Noun ~ computer
    Adjective ~ wet
    Town’s name ~ Huntsville
    Past tense verb ~ poked
    Plural noun ~ books
    Plural noun ~ trailers
    Noun 1 ~ box
    Past tense verb ~ showered
    Heroine’s name ~ Haley Suzette


    Once upon a car, a beautiful singer named Haley Suzette embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important box. She believed this box was stolen from her by the sassy warlock, Michael Black. Her mother warned her about Michael Black, but she never listened since he was so unbelievably messy. How could someone like that ever slap from her? As she kissed into town to fetch some motorcycles, she noticed an old man sitting by the town tree. He shrouded himself in sexy robes, so it was impossible for Haley Suzette to see his face. She kicked down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both blissfulness and happiness at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she pinched, “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the smoky Michael Black!” The old man looked up and grinned at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the purple book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he swallowed at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat Michael Black.” She straightened up quickly and thanked the man for his truck. As soon as the truck was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, Michael Black appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a computer! “No, you wet warlock! I banish you from this town of Huntsville!” She poked the magical book into the air as books and trailers shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid box.” He showered it to her feet and ran off—Haley Suzette was sure she could hear him crying.


    LOL! That was a real riot.

    bookaholicholly at gmail dot com

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  7. Once upon a dog, a beautiful drummer named Susan embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important guinea. She believed this guinea was stolen from her by the blue warlock, George. Her mother warned her about George, but she never listened since he was so unbelievably ugly. How could someone like that ever cook from her? As she ate into town to fetch some mice, she noticed an old man sitting by the town goose. He shrouded himself in yellow robes, so it was impossible for Susan to see his face. She drove down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both furious and happy at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she slept, “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the wet George!” The old man looked up and swam at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the green book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he cried at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat George.” She straightened up quickly and thanked the man for his cat. As soon as the dog was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly, George appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a bed! “No, you slimy warlock! I banish you from this town of Hale!” She destroyed the magical book into the air as people and animals shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid guinea!” He licked it to her feet and ran off—Susan was sure she could hear him crying.

    Strangest fight I ever heard of.

    lisa(at)vetteklisa(dot)com

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    1. YOU are the WINNER! Congrats. I am emailing you now.

      Valerie

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  8. Once upon a year (noun), a beautiful Herbalist (occupation) named Jena (heroine’s name) embarked on a wild adventure to find her lost and important star (noun 1). She believed this star ( noun 1) was stolen from her by the an evil (adjective) warlock, Misly (warlock’s name). Her mother warned her about Misly (warlock’s name), but she never listened since he was so unbelievably handsom (adjective). How could someone like that ever steel (verb) from her? As she entered (past tense verb) into town to fetch some parsley (plural noun), she noticed an old man sitting by the town well (noun). He shrouded himself incolorful (adjective) robes, so it was impossible for Jena (heroine’s name) to see his face. She looked (past tense verb) down at the man’s blanket to see what he was selling. Immediately she was drawn to a sparkling object, which made her feel both happy (emotion) and peaceful (emotion) at the same time. “Excuse me, sir?” she asked (past tense verb), “But is that object for sale? I think I’ll need it for my fight against the evil (adjective) Misly (warlock’s name)!” The old man looked up and watched (past tense verb) at her, making her feel at ease. “This is the magical (adjective) book A LITTLE TOO HOT, and it will surely help you in your fight,” he looked (past tense verb) at her, and added, “It’s yours for free, if you defeat Misly (warlock’s name).” She straightened up grinning (adverb) and thanked the man for his kindness (noun). As soon as the book (noun) was in her hands, she could feel its power radiating through her body. Suddenly,Misly (warlock’s name) appeared out of nowhere and challenged her to a dual (noun)! “No, you evil (adjective) warlock! I banish you from this town of the swans (town’s name)!” She waved (past tense verb) the magical book into the air as light (noun) and air stream (noun) shot out of it, causing the warlock to stumble backwards in shock. “Okay, okay!” he put his hands up in surrender, “I’ll leave. And here’s your stupid star (noun 1).” He through (past tense verb) it to her feet and ran off—Jena (heroine’s name) was sure she could hear him crying.

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