Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Book Tour & Giveaway - Inn On the Edge by Gail Bridges

By Gail Bridges

Angela and her brand-new husband Josh have just arrived at their honeymoon destination, a romantic bed-and-breakfast hotel on the breath-taking Washington coast - the Inn on the Edge. But everything isn't as it seems. The lessons that come free with the room aren't for painting the lovely coastal scenery - the lessons are for better sex. Angie and Josh, shocked and titillated, immerse themselves in every sensual offering.It doesn't take long for things to go horribly wrong. The discover that the old man running the place is a sex demon, who has been stealing their sensual energy. Worse, he's dangerously in love with Angie and he has plans for her - plans involving an heirloom wedding ring.

Coming soon

About the author

I have three grown children. I live in Seattle, Washington with my husband and our five cats. In the past I have worked in a variety of different artistic media. I have a BFA in painting from the University of Washington, and for over fifteen years I made award-winning Fine Art Jewelry (silver and handmade ceramics) and sold my work at local and regional Fine Art and Craft shows. My business, Vivid Arts, flourished - but always, I felt driven to write. Two years ago, no longer able to deny the writing muse, I took an open-ended sabbatical from my art shows. Since then, I've written two novels and a number of published and unpublished short stories.
Prize for the contest. Angie's Travel Painting Kit Acrylic paints, brushes, palette, canvas board and instructions; Mr. Abiba's Wooden "Tool" Box, for decorating; Josh's Magic Book, for decorating; Tazo Passion Tea; Dark Chocolate bar with almond bits. Follow the Book Tour Fill out the Form Below to Enter (Open to US residents) a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. Our worst traveling nightmare was when our daughter was a baby and she got an ear infection while on our trip to Florida. We were on the plane and she was screaming and we couldn't do anything about it. As bad as we felt for her, we felt bad too, for those that we were offended on the plane with her screams. It was a very LONG trip.

  2. I flew into Dallas International with 3 small children by myself. My husband was in the Army and we were going to see him. I rented a car at the airport not realizing how large the airport was and that it had several of the same rental company I failed to get directions. When we got off the plane I was completely deaf. I couldn't ask for help because I couldn't hear the directions. I was panicking and took several hours to find it.

  3. Stuck at Chicago airport for 10 hours when I had to be in West Virginia and didn't get their till 4am and had an appointment at 6am in the morning it was awful

  4. Getting stuck on a plane for three hours in Atlanta only to have the flight cancelled. It sucked.