Blog Tour + Giveaway + Interview: A Little Too Hot by Lisa Desrochers




A Little Too Hot (A Little Too Far, #3)
Title: A Little Too Hot (A Little Too Far #3)
Author: Lisa Desrochers
Publisher: William Morrow Impulse
Release Date: January 21, 2014
Age Group: Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance




"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.
  


"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. Sam and Harrison are more than A Little Too Hot, they are scorching!"
   -- JAY CROWNOVER, New York Times bestselling author of RULE

"Lisa Desrochers' best yet! A LITTLE TOO HOT is hotter than hot with all the emotional punch to back it up!"
   -- SOPHIE JORDAN, New York Times bestselling author

Lisa Desrochers is the USA Today bestselling author of A LITTLE TOO FAR , courtesy of HarperCollins, and companions, A LITTLE TOO MUCH (Nov 12, 2013), and A LITTLE TOO HOT (Jan 21, 2014). Also in stores is her YA PERSONAL DEMONS trilogy (Macmillan).
She lives in central California with her husband and two very busy daughters. There is never a time that she can be found without a book in her hand, and she adores stories that take her to new places, and then take her by surprise.

          
What has been the toughest criticism given to you as an author?

 I’m not quite sure how to answer that. It really depends on who it’s coming from. Some criticism we need to let roll off, like a particularly snarky review that doesn't have anything constructive to say. I think, overall, what’s hardest for me to hear is when someone doesn't connect with my characters. As the author, I’m in that world, living my character’s experiences along with them, and my goal is to bring my readers into that world just as deep. If I fail to do that, it hurts my heart a little.

I know you've travel quite a lot. Where is one place in the world that you would really love to visit that you haven't already?

I’ve been to a few places, but there are so many more I’ve never seen. If I had to pick one, I guess it would be the mountains of Nepal. I’d love to see Everest up close and personal.

Was there a scene that didn't make it into A Little Too Hot that you wish had?

There have been a few deleted scenes that have posted as part of the ALTH blog tour that hand to do with Jonathan and his band, but honestly, there wasn't a ton of revision to that book, and what there was really related to fleshing things out more, so not much got cut.

Without giving too much away can you describe your favorite scene in the book?

Definitely the whole scene in Benny’s VIP room between Sam and Harrison in the minutes right before everything changes. I was fanning myself a little. There’s also wedding scene that was pretty special =)

If you could go back and talk to yourself when you were beginning writer, what advice would you offer?

DON’T DO IT! Lol! No, really it would be to keep your chin up. The thing with publishing is it’s all so subjective. I started writing on an absolute whim five and a half years ago, in the summer of 2008. Since then, I've been lucking enough to have a few of my projects picked up my big six publishers. But there are other projects we've submitted that never sold. One of those is the best thing I will ever write. Rejection of something you've poured your heart and soul into is really hard to take, but it’s part of the job. You just have to pick yourself up and write the next thing.

Can you tell us what project you are working on next?

There are a few things I’m working on now. My roots are in YA and I have one young adult speculative on submission, and another (that “best thing” I just mentioned) that I’m revising. I’m also working on a new New Adult romantic suspense series that I think is going to be pretty cool.



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