New Orleans Rush, an all-new standalone Contemporary Romance by Kelly Siskind is NOW LIVE!

Falling for your surly boss is a rotten idea.
Letting him saw you in half is even worse…

Beatrice Baker may be a struggling artist, but she believes all hardships have silver linings…until she follows her boyfriend to New Orleans and finds him with another woman. Instead of turning those lemons into lemonade, she drinks lemon drop martinis and keys the wrong man’s car.

Now she works for Huxley Marlow of the Marvelous Marlow Boys, getting shoved in boxes as an on-stage magician’s assistant. A cool job for some, but Bea’s been coerced into the role to cover her debt. She also maybe fantasizes about her boss’s adept hands and what else they can do.

She absolutely will not fall for him, or kiss him senseless. Until she does. The scarred, enigmatic Huxley has unwittingly become her muse, unlocking her artistic dry spell, but his vague nightly activities are highly suspect. The last time Beatrice trusted a man, her bank account got drained and she almost got arrested. Surely this can’t end that badly…right?

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About Kelly Siskind

A small-town girl at heart, Kelly moved from the city to open a cheese shop with her husband in northern Ontario. When she’s not neck deep in cheese or out hiking, you can find her, notepad in hand, scribbling down one of the many plot bunnies bouncing around in her head. She laughs at her own jokes and has been known to eat her feelings—gummy bears heal all. She’s also an incurable romantic, devouring romance novels into the wee hours of the morning.

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There is two main things that draw me towards a book by an author I have never read before; 1. The Cover. 2. The Blurb. For New Orleans Rush, it most definitely was the blurb. I had to know the ends and outs of Huxley and Beatrice, and to entail what their story was all about. I was not impressed. For starters, I did not enjoy this authors writing style. For me personally, I kept on getting confused on who said what, and who did what. That could be because of the third person, I don't know, or maybe it was because there was so much unnecessary information, and it took away from the overall story. Some of the words that this author used, felt so juvenile. Some of the things the characters did say, were repetitive, and things a immature teenager would say, not something people in their upper 20's and 30's would normally do. Also, I felt like there was not a lot of character growth in one of the main characters and that was rather disappointing. From what I could gather, the plots were just blah. It was too much for what the characters portray themselves as. So to me, it made me feel like these characters were fake. The whole time reading, I felt like I was stuck in a circus, and I hate clowns if that says anything. It was nothing ' MAGICAL' to me.

~ Ashley


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