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Guest Post & Giveaway: “Mergers and Acquisitions” by Sorcha Mowbray

Jul 31
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Please welcome Sorcha Mowbray to CABR 🙂

She’s here to talk about NYC helped inspire her to write MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS.

There’s a giveaway too, so be sure to answer Sorcha’s question


Sexy Vibes & A Giveaway

Thank you so much for having me visit Caribbean Accent Book Reviews today.

Sigh, I do love the Caribbean. There is something very romantic about a tropical destination.

But, there is something sexy about the city.

After spending two years in New York City I can certainly say a big city has a certain edge that is very enticing. There is a pulse that thrums just under the hustle and bustle of city life that you don’t find in even mid-sized cities. I can’t explain it except to say that the people are generally so open to new experiences that the city itself takes on a very sexy vibe.

There is also a certain level of anonymity to living in a small geographic area with millions of other people. Nothing like posting comments on the web, but there is a freeing sense of being whoever you want.Every time you go out you can recreate yourself or your experience. Chances are you’ll never see someone you already know unless you plan to. Not to say it wouldn’t happen…that might be awkward.

Oh! Plot bunny ahoy! *author chases after new shiny plot idea*

Sorry about that. I’m back. The point is I find it sexy to be a part of something so huge, so experimental.

It affords you the opportunity to push your boundaries—or not—as you see fit. I love that, which is why I was dying to write something set in NYC. It was a great deal of fun to feed off that vibe and see where my characters ended up.

So, do you like stories set in big cities? Maybe you prefer small towns? Tell me what setting you like and why.



Each commentator will be entered to win a copy of Love Revealed, Book 1 The Market Series in their preferred eBook format.



Shannon Pearce is an acquisitions specialist who helps businesses buy other businesses.

Her latest projecthas left her fantasizing about her provocative client. After closing the deal successfully, she is faced with another proposition of a very personal nature.

Dalton Granger can’t get his very sexy acquisition specialist out of his head. For weeks he has been tormented by the idea of not only having her in his bed but also at his mercy.

What Dom doesn’t fantasize about a sensual, submissive woman? But, can she let go long enough to relax and give him the control he craves? If she does, will she dance along the edge of passion with him and push her own boundaries or cling to the power she’s worked so long to gain?



Alone with the person who occupied too much of her thoughts Shannon prepared herself for the final onslaught of Dalton Granger’s potent sexuality. The man exuded confidence and lust, filling the air around him with an aphrodisiac of the finest quality.

“Congratulations, Mr. Granger. You made an excellent buy.” She focused on collecting the documents to be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to record the purchase of Virtual Designs, a publicly traded company. Stock prices would go through the roof once the market opened on Monday morning.

“I did indeed. I know a good thing when I see it.”The deep resonance of his voice worked its way past her protective layers of clothing to twist and pull at her, as though his fingers danced across her skin. How the hell did he do that?

Clutching her paperwork to her chest as a shield, she looked at him. Really looked at him. His dark brown hair and black walnut eyes made for an intimidating pairing, heightened by his physical mass. At six-foot-one or maybe two, Dalton existed as a superior specimen of the male form. Under the finely tailored suits he favored, he hid a body in excellent shape. The one time she’d gotten a hint of his masculine perfection had come the day before when her stiletto snagged in a grate on the street as they walked to lunch. She tottered, sure to collide with the unforgiving pavement. Instead the iron bands of his arms snaked out to catch her, pulling her hard against his muscled chest. She’d gasped in shock, from both the near miss and the current of desire winging through her from the close contact.

Before, she’d relied on her imagination in her fantasies of the compelling man. Now, she had a wealth of sensory data to put to erotic use. Last night her dreams had included powerful biceps, a well-muscled chest, and the man’s scent. Whatever cologne he wore should be traded as liquid gold on the market. The fresh, clean smell devastated a girl’s senses and played hell on her concentration.

Hence the long, drawn out silence while he ate her up with his eyes. Without a doubt, he made her feel like a good thing. “It would seem that way. Well, I’m sure you are eager to go celebrate your purchase.”

She edged around the formidable threat to her good intentions. Two steps from escape, he reached out and grabbed her upper arm. Her body ignited. Her breasts poked against the delicate blouse as though they could escape their confinement. Her toes curled in her high heels. All that, and he hadn’t even kissed her.



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SorchaMowbrayImageFinalNewABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Sorcha Mowbray is a mild mannered office worker by day…okay, so she is actually a mouthy, opinionated, take charge kind of gal who bosses everyone around; but she definitely works in an office.

At night she writes romance so hot she sets the sheets on fire! Just ask her slightly singed husband.

She is a longtime lover of historical romance, having grown up reading Johanna Lindsey and Judith

McNaught. Then she discovered Thea Devine and Susan Johnson. Holy cow! Heroes and heroines could do THAT? From there, things devolved into trying her hand at writing a little smexy. Needless to say, she liked it and she hopes you do too!



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  • Lori Meehan says:

    I love small town romance because usually the entire town is involved in the story. They know everyone, what everyone is doing and they think they know what’s good for everyone and are not afraid to tell them.

  • Evelyn says:

    Small town romance is of my favorite type of romance. I love that everybody know each other.


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