Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Book Tour/Giveaway - Island Fire by Bobbi Smith

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Bobbi Smith will award a $10 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn commenter. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.
An untouched young girl finds a gorgeous man shipwrecked and washed up onshore on a tropical island in the Pacific and they find pure ecstasy and the promise of eternal love.

Espri Duchant saves the shipwrecked shipping magnate, and when his gaze meets hers, he celebrates his good luck. Adrift at sea, he survived when all the others perished. Innocent Espri Duchant has always sworn to guard her virtue. But when she discovers the handsome stranger lying on her beach, she soon vows she will kiss his chiseled lips, feel his tender touch. Espri is eager to learn the mysteries of sensual ecstasy—and when she finally succumbs to the passion of his powerful embrace, it is as if she has led him to it. Espri takes him to a sun-drenched island cove, the perfect hideaway with the lapping water like a cool sheet against the heat of their searing island love.


After being kidnapped, shanghaied, shipwrecked, and nearly drowned, Mitchell Williams sees no reason to wait for paradise—he’s already there! He will one day have to return to the helm of his profitable shipping company, but the next sailing ship will not pass by the remote Pacific island for many months. In the meantime, nothing can stop him from exulting in the sensual pleasure of this woman, her flawless flesh and natural beauty. She teases him that he will never turn to another and that no woman will ever satisfy him the way she does. Soon all he craves is her. He is enchanted by Espri’s island fire.

Read an Excerpt

San Francisco

Mitch felt little remorse for ending his relationship with Lucinda as he left her home. He had told her when they’d first started seeing each other that he wanted no commitment. Long ago he’d decided he would not marry, and that wasn’t going to change. He made his way to where his driver was waiting for him.

“Let’s go home, Nelson,” he ordered as he opened the carriage door.

The driver nodded in agreement as Mitch climbed inside.

Bill had been hiding in the coach, and he was more than ready to attack when his intended victim entered the conveyance. Springing forward, he took Mitch completely by surprise as he swung his blackjack with unerring accuracy. As Mitch collapsed heavily across the seat, unconscious, Joe, anxious to help, jumped down from this position atop the vehicle and looked inside.

“How’d you do?”

“No problem. He’s out.”

“You didn’t hit him too hard, did you?”

“He’s still breathing.”

“Good. I didn’t want you to hit him like you did the driver. He ain’t worth nothing to Jack dead.”

“Don’t worry so much. This worked out better. Since he and the driver are about the same size, all we gotta do is switch their clothes. You got a rope?”

“Yeah, let’s tie Williams up just in case he comes to. We don’t want him giving us any trouble.”

“He ain’t going to give us any trouble. Why don’t you get us out of here. We can take care of the rest of this down on the waterfront.”

Joe climbed onto the driver’s seat and drove the carriage away at a deceptively casual pace.

About the Author:After working as a department manager for Famous-Barr, and briefly as a clerk at a bookstore, Bobbi gave up on career security and began writing. She sold her first book to Zebra in 1982.

Since then, Bobbi has written over 40 books and 6 novellas. To date, there are more than five million copies of her novels in print. She has been awarded the prestigious Romantic Times Storyteller Award and two Career Achievement Awards. Her books have appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List, the USA Today Best Seller List and the Wal-Mart Best Seller List.

The rights to Ms. Smith’s books have been sold to China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Russia and Sweden. Bobbi has also written two faith-based contemporary novels – Haven and Miracles – using the pseudonym Julie Marshall.

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  1. I liked both the excerpt, and the gorgeous book cover.

  2. Would you ever like to see your book turned into a book or tv show?

    1. Hi Bernie, I think that's every writer's dream. :) Some years ago I actually did get a call from a Hollywood producer, but nothing ever came of it. Darn. :) Thanks for asking.

  3. I liked the excerpt, sounds good.

  4. You are a new to me author look forward to reading one of your print books one day! peggy clayton