Strokes of Midnight by Hope Tarr
(The Wrong Bed)

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1) Hit the NYT bestseller list with latest novel

2) Find a great guy and start living a perfect life

3) Try to stay in her own bed!

When author Becky Stone's horoscope predicted that the New Year would bring her great things, she never expected the first thing she'd experience would be great sex! But after the crushing news that the only way to save her career is to coauthor a book with chauvinistic Adam Maxwell, Becky needs something to go right. And what could be more right than spending an incredible New Year's Eve in the arms of a seriously sexy stranger?

Only, the man in her bed isn't going to be a stranger much longer….

 

About Hope Tarr

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A lifelong romance reader, Hope has dreamt of being a writer ever since she first touched the bright orange keys of her Fisher-Price typewriter. That dream has weathered a master's degree in psychology and a Ph.D. in education as well as a seven-year stint as a research consultant in Washington, DC. One day in 1993 after writing one too many technical reports, Hope sat herself down to face the cold, hard truth: she didn't want to analyze people or teach them. What she wanted was to write about them!For the past eight wonderful years, she has been doing just that--writing life-affirming stories of love, redemption, and yes, passion! It's A Wonderfully Sexy Life (Harlequin Extreme Blaze, December 2006), Hope's Harlequin Blaze debut, is set in her native Baltimore, MD, home to steamed hard-shell crabs, neighborhood enclaves like Little Italy and Highland Town, and wonderfully quirky characters who hail strangers as "Hey, hon" and know from birth that real crab cakes mean lump crabmeat sans any fillers.A dedicated preservationist, for more than five years Hope has made her home in the Fredericksburg Historic District, the setting for The Haunting, her second Blaze title, scheduled April 2007. Funny thing, Hope's heroine, Dr. Maggie Holliday, just happens to buy an historic house that looks a heck of a lot like Hope's former turn-of-the-century Victorian. Currently Hope lives in Virginia with too many books and too many cats, not that she'd have it any other way. She loves to hear from readers and runs a monthly contest from her Web site at www.hopetarr.com.
 
Published December 1, 2007 by Harlequin Blaze. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Erotic mystery author Becky learns that her sales are down and her editor isn't interested in her next book -- unless she co-writes it with Adam, the author of a male adventure series.

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