Friday, February 5, 2016

Kimberly Lang Books -

Happy  Friday !  Mardi Gras Book Last #5
   Kimberly  Lang -

A scandalous night—and no one will ever know!
Mardi Gras might be the best party in the world, but Jamie Vincent is spending it third-wheeling with her new roommate. So when gorgeous stranger Colin Raine offers to show her around, how can she say no?
Soon Jamie's seduced by the hedonistic carnival—and her delicious tour guide! Technically she's sworn off men, but for one night only, they can go crazy and no one will ever know….
Until everyone in New Orleans finds out! Now that Jamie's secret is out, it looks like what happened at Mardi Gras might not stay at Mardi Gras, after all….

The Downfall of a Good Girl (LaBlanc Sisters Book 1)

"Why would you decide to seduce me? And why now after all these years?"

Southern debutante Vivienne LaBlanc can't believe bad-boy rock star Connor Mansfield is back in town for the New Orleans annual Saints and Sinners pageant. He has a reputation as wicked as his devilish smile, and Vivi has no intention of becoming one of his latest groupies!

He once crushed her high school heart, so playing the saint to Connor's sinner should be easy. But how can Vivi get those lessthan angelic thoughts out of her head—especially when Connor's so good at tempting her to be bad?

Next month, watch out for the second book in Kimberly Lang's duet: The Taming of a Wild Child

Kimberly Lang isn't one of those people who always knew she wanted to be a writer. She actually wanted to be a ballerina, but puberty failed to deliver the required swan-like elegance. That dream scuttled, she went on to get her Master's Degree in English - and she has the bartending skills to prove it. At her husband's insistence, she quit teaching in 2007 to write full-time, and in May 2008, sold her first book to Harlequin's London office. That book, The Secret Mistress Arrangement, debuted at number nine on the Borders Series Bestseller list and won the 2009 National Readers' Choice Award for Best First Book.

Since then, Kimberly's books have appeared on the USA Today, Amazon, Borders, and Bookscan bestseller lists, and have been translated into more than a dozen languages. (And, yes, that's really cool.)

She's married to her college sweetheart, whom she affectionately (but appropriately) calls her Darling Geek, and is Mom to the most brilliant and beautiful child on the planet (aptly nicknamed Amazing Child). She started taking yoga-based fitness because she eats way too many jelly beans while writing, and became an instructor once she figured out that spending time with her butt over her head helped spark her creativity. More than one sticky plot point has been solved in the Down Dog position. She has no hobbies because she doesn't have time, but if she did, they'd include knitting, skiing and ballroom dancing, because they sound like they might be fun.

Visit Kimberly at for the latest news--and don't forget to say hi while you're there!

Kimberly on  New Orleans-

Out of my 19 books, four are set in Louisiana. Three of those are set in New Orleans, and two take place during Mardi Gras. I love setting books in New Orleans (and not just because it gives me a reason to go and do "research!"), because New Orleans is more than just a setting.  New Orleans is a character. The music, the food, the history, the humidity, the mix of cultures... It affects everything in the story, and the plot just wouldn't work anywhere else.  And once I added in the when of Mardi Gras, I found out that anything could happen -- which is both a freedom and a challenge for an author because the story needs to be at least as exciting as the setting. I loved writing these books, and I'm sure there are more NOLA (and even Mardi Gras) books in my future!

One True mate Julie Trettle