Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Finding Romance in Exotic Locales

Exotic locations always mix well with romance and that's just what we have in store today in My Writing Corner. So put on your dancing shoes as our guest author, Mariposa Cruz, takes us on a whirlwind trip to South America with her newest romance, Wedding Tango.  

Mariposa tells us she balances writing with working as a corporate paralegal in her hometown of Reno, Nevada. In addition,  she writes freelance articles for local magazines and newspapers, but she still finds time for salsa dancing! 

Let's hear more about Wedding Tango. Here is the blurb:

Moira Williams is dismayed when her daughter, Tami, announces her engagement. Sure, Jon’s a great guy, but why do they have to get married in Buenos Aires?  Though she dreads seeing her ex-husband, it is Alan, the gorgeous father of the groom, who has her pulse racing.

Widower Alan Rochester buries his grief with non-stop home improvement projects, but a sexy redhead has captured his attention.  He’s eager to show Moira the sights of Buenos Aires from his college days, but is he ready to face the world again?

 South of the equator, nothing is as it seems.  Can Moira and Alan navigate through their feelings for each other and save their kids'’ dream wedding from becoming a nightmare?

Want to read more?  Here is the buy link for Wedding Tango:


Wedding Tango is the third in Mariposa's Rhythm and Romance series. If you would like to know more about her and her books, you can visit her at:

Thank you, Mariposa, for introducing us to your newest book.  Any comments or questions for Mariposa?


  1. Rebecca, thanks so much for having me as a guest on your blog!

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