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Monday, November 19, 2018

Love at the Electric by Jenn Hughes - Book Tour - Guest Post - Book Review - Giveaway - Enter Daily!

Hello lovelies!  It gives me great pleasure today to host Jenn Hughes and her new book, “Love at the Electric”!  For other stops on her Goddess Fish Promotions Book Tour, please click on the banner above or any of the images in this post.

Be sure to make it to the end of this post to enter to win a $50 Amazon or Barnes and Noble Gift Card!!!  Also, come back daily to interact with Jenn and to increase your chances of winning!

Thanks for stopping by!  Wishing you lots of luck in this fabulous giveaway!

Love at the Electric
by Jenn Hughes


GENRE: Contemporary Romance



Walking wildfire Sam Owens gets Lillian hot in all the right ways, but there's more to the software CEO than just a pretty face. And a great body. And… Oh, right. He’s the enemy, according to the contract she signed with his rival. So when they secretly meet up for movies at The Electric, Lillian can't get too involved with Sam. She could lose her job. Her reputation. And her heart.

Sam is in love with his company, his image, his video games, and his ability to avoid commitment--at least until he levels up with attorney Lillian Walker. With her love of campy horror flicks and a body that makes him want to howl like a cartoon wolf, Sam’s found his leading lady. Too bad getting close to Lillian means tangling with her boss, a supervillain in the making.

In the nights leading up to Christmas, movies at The Electric mean more than just mutant toads and cannibal fruitcakes. Between shenanigans with old flames and an arch nemesis out to destroy any future they might have, Sam and Lillian learn the hard way that falling in love isn’t as easy as it looks on screen. When the past gets in the way of a perfect “the end,” there’s really only one solution--if werewolf Santas can bring them together, zombie ex-girlfriends can keep them together.

After all, anything’s possible at The Electric.



Beneath a tailored tuxedo jacket, Ravi wore a printed-on tuxedo T-shirt and an LED bow tie slowly cycling through a rainbow of colors. The left pocket of the coat bulged out, and Sam didn’t even have to ask why. Ravi slid his hand down into the pocket, deftly pulled out a chocolate chip cookie, and then took a bite out of it.

“Nothing illegal about it,” he mumbled, cookie crumbs tumbling out of his mouth.

“Isn’t the T-shirt a little redundant?”

Ravi held up a finger and swallowed his mouthful. “It’s ironic. And you know I hate dress shirts with cuff links. Makes my wrists feel—”

“Like they’re suffocating. Right. I know.” Sam turned back to the window and took another sip of his drink.

“Where’s Lillian?”

Sam tugged on his bow tie. “Not coming, I guess. It’s after nine, and not even the limo driver will text me back, so she must have changed her mind.”

A normal friend might have slapped him on the back and said, “Sorry, bro,” or something similarly empathetic. But if normal was a single color, Ravi was an LED rainbow. Sam looked over at him. They stared at one another for a few seconds. Ravi took another bite of his cookie, and twisted his mouth into an uncomfortable frown.

“You should leave,” he finally said.

“What? Why?”

“Because this is a party and you’re bumming everyone out.”

“Wow, thanks for the sympathy.”

“Sympathy. Such a human emotion…” Ravi deadpanned. He finally flashed Sam a grin. “Okay. Fine. I’ll simplify this for you—why are you moping around here when you could be moping around Lillian? Get outta here. Go get the girl.”



Who Inspired Your Love for Books?

I’ve read in various places over the years—Twitter, blogs, comments, etc.—about different people raiding familial stashes of books and falling in love with romance novels, and I’m no exception. My grandmother read two genres—romance and mystery. She was a Mary Higgins Clark addict, which was a great thing because we all knew what to buy her for birthdays or holidays, and she had a relatively large collection of romance novels.

I was not a mystery fan as a teen (that has since changed), but I can remember sneaking into her sewing room and stealing a romance novel from the built-in bookcase. Harlequin, Avon, and a variety of other stalwart publishers were present and accounted for, and so I developed an appreciation for the elaborate, romantic stories of the genre. I can still remember the cover of one book in particular. It was a Harlequin western romance about a dark-haired cowboy who falls for a woman that’s staying on his ranch…

That narrows it down, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, that’s all I can remember.

My grandmother inspired far more than a love of only romance novels. My earliest memories involve her reading stories to me, or staying at her house on Friday nights and watching TGIF before heading to bed to read. She always encouraged me to read, bought me books whenever she could, and for that, I’m eternally grateful.

I like to think she would be two-parts proud and one-part mortified that I’ve written a romance novel. Proud because I’m a published author, and mortified at the curse words I used in the dialogue of the story. Forget the sex scenes—cursing made her blush. She never uttered a curse word in her life, and here I’ve gone and typed them into perpetuity.

But I’d be perfectly happy with the two-parts proud.



Last month I had the pleasure of reviewing Jenn’s book.  I really enjoyed reading this book and gave it a strong four-star rating!  It was such an exciting, fun, entertaining, romantic read!  Check out my book review and last month’s book tour post at the links below.

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Jenn Hughes writes romance with a heavy dose of humor. A lifelong love of all things sci-fi, combined with her day job in marketing, IT, and graphic design, infuses her writing with tech-centric and geeky references.

When not reading and writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and gardening at her home in North Carolina. You might also find her gaming, repairing computers and electronics, experimenting with mixed media art, or finishing furniture.

You can find her online at the links below.







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Amazon Kindle:

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Jenn will be awarding a $50 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.

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This contest is sponsored by a third party. Fabulous and Brunette is a registered host of Goddess Fish Promotions.  Prizes are given away by the sponsors and not Fabulous and Brunette. The featured author and Goddess Fish Promotions are solely responsible for the giveaway prize.


  1. Jenn ~ Welcome back! It is great to have you here again! Congrats and good luck on the book tour! :)

    1. Ally, thanks so much for hosting me on your fantastic blog again!

  2. I am enjoying these tours and finding all the terrific books my family is enjoying reading. Thanks for bringing them to us and keep up the good work.

  3. Enjoyed reading the excerpt and the guest post today.

  4. Sounds like a interesting book. Thanks for the chance to win

  5. Good luck with the release!