Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Peggy Jaeger with Dirty Damsels


DIRTY DAMSELS ( DotComGirls Series Book 1)

This isn’t your childhood version of Cinderella, folks, but a 2019 retelling of the fairy tale with a few modern twists.

Ella Jones is the CEO of an exclusive cleaning company titled DIRTY DAMSELS. With a $150,00 business loan and a sound business plan, Ella’s company has grown in leaps and bounds since she first started it in college. You know you’ve made it in the business world when someone wants to acquire what you’ve built, and now Ella’s fighting a corporate takeover. As she fights for her company, she also fighting not to lose her heart to the one person who could take everything she’s worked for away.



Blurb:
When I first saw Cynderella all covered in soot in that sexy maid uniform, I knew I wanted to be her Prince.

She’s a small and savvy businesswoman who’s built her cleaning company from the ground up. But now that Dirty Damsels is booming, I’ve been hired to arrange a hostile takeover.

But the temptation of having her was too much to ignore… We ended up spending one night together—a night neither of will forget. Now, I want more. I need more. I want to spend every night, skin-on-skin, with my beautiful Ella.

Problem is, when she finds out who I really am, she’ll never forgive me.

Excerpt:
“Where do you live?” I asked, the rhythmic motions of his fingers finally serving to quell my shaking.
“I’m headquartered in D.C. right now, but I’ve been looking to relocate. I need a change.”
“Any reason?”
He shrugged and drank some of his coffee. “Getting bored with my current location. I figure a change of scene might help.”
“Any place in particular?”
While I finally took a sip of my coffee – and let me tell you how excellent it was, because it was amazing – he said, “New York’s pretty high up on the list right at this moment.”
“Why?”
He didn’t answer, just kept peering intently at me. In the few seconds that passed, my mind went through a series of questions and answers, all of which had to do with this charming man sitting opposite me.
“You feel it too, don’t you?” he asked softly, the pressure on my hand tightening a little. “I’m not wrong, am I?”
            I shook my head and sighed. “No.” I admitted



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Bio

Peggy Jaeger is a contemporary romance writer who writes Romantic Comedies about strong women, the families who support them, and the men who can’t live without them. If she can make you cry on one page and bring you out of tears rolling with laughter the next, she’s done her job as a writer!

Family and food play huge roles in Peggy’s stories because she believes there is nothing that holds a family structure together like sharing a meal…or two…or ten. Dotted with humor and characters that are as real as they are loving, she brings all topics of daily life into her stories: life, death, sibling rivalry, illness and the desire for everyone to find their own happily ever after. Growing up the only child of divorced parents she longed for sisters, brothers and a family that vowed to stick together no matter what came their way. Through her books, she’s created the families she wanted as that lonely child.

When she’s not writing Peggy is usually painting, crafting, scrapbooking or decoupaging old steamer trunks she finds at rummage stores and garage sales.

A lifelong and avid romance reader and writer, Peggy is a member of RWA and her local New Hampshire RWA Chapter.

As a lifelong diarist, she caught the blogging bug early on, and you can visit her at peggyjaeger.com where she blogs daily about life, writing, and stuff that makes her go "What??!"

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10 comments:

  1. Sandra, thanks so much for hosting me today and for the shoutout for Dirty Damsels. I love visiting fellow WRP sistah blogs!

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    1. You're very welcome any time. Wishing you much luck with Dirty Damsels.

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  2. I enjoyed the entire post--the blurb, excerpt and bio! You lead a busy life! Best of luck with Dirty Damsels. It certainly sounds like a good read.

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    1. Linda - thank you sosos much for your kind words!

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  3. Looking forward to reading this one!

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    1. Bless you, girl If you do I hope you like it!

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  4. Love modern twists on old fairy tales :) And with your touch of humor, this one can't missE

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