COVER REVEAL: Red Rocket by Raine Miller Writing As Brit DeMille

 
RED ROCKET (Vegas Crush #3) by Raine Miller Writing As Brit DeMille 

Release Date: January 30th 
Cover image: Sara Eirew 
Cover Design: Designs by Dana   


      
Blurb: 
“They call me The Mad Russian for a reason.” —Viktor Demoskev, VEGAS CRUSH 
  My reputation as an Enforcer was earned one game at a time. Fighting on the ice for my team is something I take very seriously because I came to the USA to play hockey, not be a celebrity. Unfortunately, this logic has my public image taking a beating—not that I care very much how others think of me. Except for her. Scarlett. A woman as gorgeous, and fiery, and sexy, as that long red hair of hers. Which would look even more stunning spread out on my sheets with my hands tangled in it all night long, while naked, of course. It is unfortunate that she also works for the team. In Public Relations... So yeah, the no-fraternization policy is an issue but hardly my main concern. The biggest hurdle is Scarlett thinking I'm part of a gambling ring for the Russian Mafia. Crazy, right? I can deal with setting her straight about her ridiculous suspicions, but cracking through that hard shell she has built around her broken heart? This is my real challenge. But oh how I love a good fight. Winning is everything to me. Especially when the prize is the Las Vegas beauty I named the Red Rocket…   *RED ROCKET is a sexy STANDALONE sports romance about a Russian hockey enforcer with bad reputation and the feisty redhead from the PR department who just might be the one person who can help him shine up his tarnished image. "Public Relations" is about to take on a whole new meaning!  
         
  About the Author: 

Brit DeMille is Raine’s alter-ego in case you didn’t know. And she is having an absolute blast writing books that are a little bit different from what Raine usually writes. Brit loves stories about sexy billionaires [millionaires make the cut too] who fall in instalove with young women who may or may not be virgins, and then go on to make adorable babies together. In addition to the billionaires, hot hockey players are at the top of her list of favorite heroes, along with royals and ex-military bodyguards. The most important thing to Brit when she writes a story is a happily ever after. But during the actual writing of the story, the most important thing to Brit is a cup of hot tea with a splash of milk, and a stash of cherry Jolly Ranchers. A dog or two will likely be in between Brit and the chair at any given moment, which is very handy, because they are the ones who approve everything she writes.   

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