Monday, June 23, 2014
Riverdale Avenue Books Re-releases “The Hot Streak” in Print from Romance Author, Cecilia Tan
“The Hot Streak is an interesting take on loving someone who is in the limelight. I enjoyed the book and found it to be an entertaining read.”—Coffee Time Romance
Riverdale, NY – June 20, 2014 – The innovative hybrid publisher Riverdale Avenue Books just re-released and published The Hot Streak from award-winning erotic romance author and baseball expert Cecilia Tan. This is the first time The Hot Streak is available in both print and ebook formats.
“If you loved ‘Bull Durham’ and ‘Fever Pitch’, then The Hot Streak is definitely for you,” said Riverdale Avenue Books’ Publisher Lori Perkins. “The last scene made me cry with joy and a little bit of envy. I could not put it down.”
In The Hot Streak, girl next-door Casey hits it big when she meets major league baseball player Tyler Hammond at a photo shoot and they start up a steamy romance. Traveling with Tyler, she’s living it up and enjoying all the hot sex she can get between games. But when Tyler’s on a winning streak, he thinks it is thanks to Casey—and she has to decide for herself: is this the real deal, or just a summer fling?
"Writing this book was a real indulgence for me," says the author, Cecila Tan. "I fell in love with baseball when I was ten years old. Baseball players were my Prince Charmings, stadiums were my Cinderella's castle, and The Hot Streak is my chance to tell a 'fairy tale' romance my way."
About Cecilia Tan
Cecilia Tan is the award-winning author of numerous works of romance and erotica, not to mention her baseball nonfiction. Her novel Slow Surrender won the RT Reviewers Choice Award for Erotic Romance. Her other romances include Mind Games, the Struck by Lightning series, and the Magic University series. Tan's erotic short stories have been collected in the books Black Feathers, White Flames, Edge Plays, and Telepaths Don't Need Safewords and she has also edited close to a hundred erotica anthologies for various publishers including Circlet Press, the publishing house she founded in 1992. She lives in the Boston area with her partner corwin and three cats.