Today I welcome Stacy Juba with her summertime #Romantic Idea!

Go to a theme park and try these romantic ideas:

1.     Snuggle
up on slow rides such as the train.

2.     Kiss
at the top of the Ferris Wheel at night.

3.     Share
a box of popcorn during a show.

4.     Get
to a show early and relax in the back of the air-conditioned theater.

5.     Kiss
for the ride pictures.

6.     Enjoy
a picnic lunch.

7.     Go
to the park’s nicest restaurant for dinner.

8.     Have
your significant other play games to win you a prize.

9.     Hold
hands while strolling through the park.

10.  Snuggle
up during the fireworks.

Fooling Around With Cinderella

What happens when the glass slippers pinch
Cinderella’s toes
When Jaine Andersen proposes a new marketing role to the local amusement park,
general manager Dylan Callahan charms her into filling Cinderella’s glass
slippers for the summer. Her reign transforms Jaine’s ordinary life into chaos
that would bewilder a fairy godmother. Secretly dating her bad boy boss, running
wedding errands for her ungrateful sisters, and defending herself from the
park’s resident villain means Jaine needs lots more than a comfy pair of shoes
to restore order in her kingdom.
First in the Storybook Valley series, a blend
of sweet romance, chick lit, and fairy tale fun. 


Dylan scrutinized Jaine,
arms folded across his royal blue shirt with the Storybook Valley logo stamped
over the left in white block letters. “Do you wear contacts?”
“I have plenty of media
contacts. Wait. Did you say wear contacts? You mean instead of these?” Jaine
fingered the earpiece of her gold-rimmed glasses.
“Right. Contact lenses.”
She gave a nervous
chuckle. “I scheduled a consultation in college, but was too squeamish to
insert the lens. I was more comfortable in glasses.”
Was she really justifying
her vision enhancement choices to her prospective new boss? Maybe he intended
to discuss medical benefits. Or did he think she looked nerdy? What was the
saying? Guys don’t make passes at girls who wear glasses? Not that she wanted him to make a pass even if he was hot.
“How blind are you
without glasses?” Dylan persisted.
“You wouldn’t want to
drive with me.”
“How about if you’re
walking around a building? Are you in danger of hurting yourself?”
This interview had taken
the Mad Hatter Freeway from Fairy Tale Land into Wonderland where nothing made
a damn bit of sense. Did this guy have a glasses fetish, like those weirdoes
with shoe fetishes?
“I should be okay. I take
them off for special occasions.” In fact, Jaine’s older sister Bree, who was
getting married in August, remarked just last week, “You are losing the glasses for my wedding pictures, right?”
What the hell. She’d be a
good sport and hope Dylan would be so grateful to pick the brain of a real,
flesh and blood, bespectacled person that he would appoint her marketing
director. Jaine removed her glasses and the fine details of her surroundings
fuzzed. She nodded toward the framed print hanging on a side wall, the picture
a wash of symbols and colors. “I can tell that’s a park map, but the words and
images smear together.”
And that was myopia in a
nutshell. Jaine adjusted her glasses back into place so she could see his
reaction. Dylan examined her with such intensity that a blush stained her
cheeks. She patted her French braid, in case stray strands were straggling out.
“Here’s the situation,”
Dylan said. “I took over the general manager position a few months ago. I’m
evaluating possible changes and researching how other theme parks run. My
grandfather and father have worked with a marketing firm for years to create
our brochures, billboards, print, and radio ads.”
Jaine’s shoulders caved,
imperceptible to him, but it felt as if her whole body was sinking.
No fairy tale job ending
for her.

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Author Bio:

Juba got engaged at Epcot Theme Park and spent part of her honeymoon at
Disneyland Paris, where she ate a burger, went on fast rides, and threw up on
the train ride to the hotel. In addition to working on her Storybook Valley
chick lit/sweet romance series, Stacy has written books about ice hockey, teen
psychics, U.S. flag etiquette for kids, and determined women sleuths. She has
had a novel ranked as #5 in the Nook Store and #30 on the Amazon Kindle Paid
When she’s not visiting theme parks with her family, (avoiding rides that
spin and exotic hamburgers), or writing about them, Stacy helps authors to
strengthen their manuscripts through her Crossroads Editing Service.
She is
currently writing the next book in the Storybook Valley Series, Prancing Around
With Sleeping Beauty.

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