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Dorothy Thompson (pumpupyourbook) | 513 comments Mod
Pump Up Your Book is proud to be representing Monique Domovitch, author of the romance, SCORPIO'S KISS, as she tours the blogosphere April 18 - July 18.
Scorpio's Kiss is a spell-binding tale of love, ambition and greed that will keep the reader turning the pages until its surprise ending. Set in New York and Paris amid the glamorous and competitive worlds of art and real estate, Scorpio's Kiss takes the reader from the late 1940s to the 1960s through the tumultuous lives of its heroes.

There is Alex Ivanov, the son of a Russian immigrant and part-time prostitute. He yearns to escape his sordid life and achieve fame and fortune. His dreams of becoming a world-class builder are met with countless obstacles, yet he perseveres in the hope of someday receiving the recognition he craves.

Half a world away, Brigitte Dartois is an abused teenager who runs into the arms of a benefactor with an agenda all his own. When she finds out that her boss has an ulterior motive, she flees again, determined to earn her living through her art. This career brings her fame, but also the unwanted attention of her early abuser.

Domovitch’s novel is a compelling tale, filled with finely etched characters and a superb understanding of the power of ambition. Scorpio's Kiss promises to resonate with all who once had a dream.


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C. Lee McKenzie (cleemckenzie) | 1 comments Dorothy wrote: "Pump Up Your Book is proud to be representing Monique Domovitch, author of the romance, SCORPIO'S KISS, as she tours the blogosphere April 18 - July 18.
Scorpio's Kiss is a spell-binding tale of lo..."


Hi, I'm new to the group, so am trying to figure out how it works. If you're looking for blogs to host you in June, I have a couple of ways to feature your book. You might want to see my place first, especially next Monday 28. That's when I'll be featuring two writers in both ways. You can reach my blog through http://cleemckenziebooks.com. Hope to see you there, and am looking forward to your book.


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