La Quinta Library
Kathryn Jordan will talk about HOT WATER.
The Oaks at Ojai
Kathryn Jordan returns to the Oaks for the 5th time to share
the "Ultimate Spa Novel," HOT WATER
WATER goes international!
The world Spanish language rights to HOT WATER were recently
purchased by Editorial ViaMagna, a publisher, in Spain. The
release date is January 19, 2007.
Can this really be dignified author Kathryn Jordan at the
Pulpwood Queens' "Hair Ball"? Learn
the origins of Kathryn's outfit to match the cover of Hot
Water (a turquoise wig?!)
Pulpwood Queen and Beauty and the Book website www.beautyandthebook.com
Official Pulpwood Queen
Blog and more site www.pulpwoodqueen.com
at Two Lips Review
Hot Water is a gloriously poetic
novel that begins in the style of Contemporary Chick Lit but
rapidly branches out into philosophy and metaphysics, and
into allegory and metaphor. Hot Water truly has the capacity
to melt the most jaded, cynical, ice-block heart. Hot Water
is a glorious precious gem of a story, one which transforms
ugly routine reality into a faceted diamond catching the light.
No reader, male nor female, is going to resist this one; it
fully deserves best-seller status. Read
Romance: B(u)y the Book - Old Flames
A disillusioned Midwestern housewife desperately needs
respite from her aggressive husband and stifled existence.
She indulges in a secret weekend at a spa in the California
hills, where she engages the services of a handsome young
male escort. Read
is the ultimate woman’s fantasy. A Minnesota woman escapes
her stifling life for a weekend at a secluded spa resort in
the California desert. She rents a red Lamborghini and hires
a male escort who turns out to be more than she could dream.
When you flirt with fantasy,
you risk falling in love...
"Hot Water speaks to every woman's dream
of reclaiming the sensual joys of life."
Susan Johnson, best selling author of erotic fiction
FLASH: HOT WATER
HITS BEST SELLER LIST
On May 7th, as Kathryn Jordan toured California spa resorts
and book stores, HOT WATER was #2 on a local best seller list
in the San Luis Obispo Tribune! On the same list, THE DA VINCI
CODE was #4! We're on our way...
I am amazed! I have never seen
him before, but Eduardo Verastegui is
William, the hero of the novel.