Friday, January 8, 2016

Spotlight & $10 Gift Card Giveaway ~ WHEN A TAKER DREAMS by J.A. Jackson


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Cierra Cantrell has had little experience with men after a painful experience in her life left her too insecure to discover and free the passionate woman within.  After following the advice of her mother, Cierra agrees to accept family friend Isabella Duvall’s offer for help in obtaining a marriage of convenience.  When Isabella’s gorgeous brother—shows up, Cierra can’t stop dreaming about him.  Lust is a powerful emotion!



Twenty minutes later the flashy luxury car pulled into the driveway of an obvious wealthy home. The modern mansion looked peaceful nestled against the hillside.
“You live here?”
“Yes, I do,” Ryder smiled.
“Wow you’re in in the hills? Houses up here don’t come cheap. You must be rich,” Cierra breathed out.
“Kind of, Ryker said. “Would you care to go inside?”
Cierra pushed her glasses back on her nose. She didn’t want to let on how awestruck she was.  “This is an awfully big house. Do you live here alone?  I mean…” she hesitated. “I know I’m not awfully smart when it comes to men. But I hope you don’t mind if I ask if you‘re married or something?  I mean your sister Isabella never mentioned that you had a wife.”
Ryker chuckled taking her arm and leading her inside after punching in a series of codes. The foyer flooded with soft light. He led Cierra down the hallway into the sunken living room complete with vaulted ceiling and a dazzling chandelier. A white leather sectional centered the room in front of the fireplace.
“What would you like to drink?” he asked.


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J.A. Jackson is the pseudonym for an author, who loves to write deliciously sultry adult romantic, suspenseful, entertaining novels with a unique twist. She lives in an enchanted little house she calls home in the Northern California foothills.
She spent over ten years working in the non-profit sector where she wrote grants, press releases and contributed many stories to their newsletter. She was their Newsletter editor for over ten years. She loves growing roses, a good pot of hot tea, chocolate, magical stories, suspense stories, ghost stories, and reading Jane Austen again and again in her past time.


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39 comments:

  1. I am new to your blog, but so glad I found you. Please keep me up date.

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    1. Hi Misty.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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    1. Hi Melissa.

      It does sound like a good read. I definitely want to know more about Ryder. Thanks for stopping by and checking out the book.

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  3. I like a book with a good twist I can't anticipate.

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    1. Hi Stacy.

      It does seem as if Ryder's past is going to come back to interfere in their chance at happiness.

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  4. Sounds like a really good book

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    1. Hi Janine.

      The book does sound good. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. Hi Gabrielle,

    Thanks for stopping by. The book does look good. I just checked and there are 10 5 star reviews on Amazon.

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  6. Sounds like a great book-can't wait to read it!

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    1. I Betty.

      I hope you do. Please come back or email me and let me know what you thought about it.

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  7. I have enjoyed learning about the book. Thanks for sharing it.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and checking it out, Patrick.

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  8. Love the concept! Can't wait to read! :)

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  9. I'm wondering about the title, who is the taker? That term usually has a negative connotation, so I'm interested in finding out who fits that description.

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  10. Thanks for the terrific giveaway! Love the book cover and blurb. :)

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  11. How did you come up with the concept for your book?

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    1. My concepts for many of my books come from my experiences and inspirations while visiting many of the cities and towns of the magnificent State of California. I can honestly say that for several of my books including When A Taker Dreams. Their concept came to me while attending a Holiday Party, Weddings, observing Proms at the Fairmont Hotel, Valencia Hotel, De Anza Hotel, The Marriott, The Biltmore, the old Sir Drake Hotel on Powell Street in San Francisco as well as many other wonderful hotels located throughout California.

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    2. My concepts for many of my books come from my experiences and inspirations while visiting many of the cities and towns of the magnificent State of California. I can honestly say that for several of my books including When A Taker Dreams. Their concept came to me while attending a Holiday Party, Weddings, observing Proms at the Fairmont Hotel, Valencia Hotel, De Anza Hotel, The Marriott, The Biltmore, the old Sir Drake Hotel on Powell Street in San Francisco as well as many other wonderful hotels located throughout California.

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  12. This book sounds great and I would love to read it. ty.

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  13. The book sounds awesome! Just added it to my TBR!

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  14. Do you ever base characters in your books on people you know in real life?

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    1. Well to be honest I did draw upon some dating experiences that I may have observed. Some are of people that I know but others were just observing something that happened at a party or while everyday people watching. I will say that for the people that I know it would be very hard for them to see themselves in my writing because as a writer I do add to already unique quirks, other characteristics where I will add that ZOOM OUT – EXTREME uniqueness or that take the tiniest, unique thing and or put a VAVOOM/Drama Moment on it or make it a “What If” to make it a tad bit over the unrealistic top. If you get my meaning.

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    2. That's really cool - you took inspiration and evolved it. Thanks for replying again :).

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  15. If you could be any character in a book, who would it be?

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    1. In my book here the sister Isabella.

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    2. I'll find out more when I read the book :)

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  16. When was your first big break as an author (and how did it come about)?

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  17. Like so many authors before me I had a whole lot of them turn me down - Query Letters. However, I had several agents who ask for my first book. And I had one agent, who worked consistently with me to tighten my novel. I have to say her words to me that I was a “good writer” who could be an excellent writer, if I would only persevere and push myself and work harder, stuck with me. These words and her one on one help, were what gave me my break as a writer.

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    1. That's a great back story - thank you for the reply. Perseverance is the key to most things I find. I'll take inspiration from your story :).

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  18. Thank You Everyone For Letting Me Answer Your Questions.
    Thank You for Your Support! I appreciate you!

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  19. Likewise! Thank you for answering our questions!

    Another one - what's your favourite film?

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  20. Did you come up with the title for your book first, or at the end, once you'd finished writing it?

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  21. Bit random this time, but are you a dog person, or a cat person? (or neither!)

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