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Thursday, June 12, 2014

The Genesis of a Book - All the Difference by Jordan Ashley

All the Difference
Jordan Ashley

What inspired All The Difference? Well, truly it was the wonderful man known as David Nieves.  I got to speak to him at length during Romanticon 2012, and his smile, the mischievous glint in his eyes, and dear Goddess above that BODY! My fantasies ran wild and what resulted was my debut book! He is delicious in every way possible and is in the movie “La Bare” coming out at the end of June.  The original six brothers in the Club Aries series are based off of real men who dance, or DID dance at a male strip club, and cover modeled for a publisher.


Jamie Monroe had enough of her monotonous life. One quiet weekend away to a local hotel in Nashville, Tennessee was just the ticket she needed. That option flew out the window the moment she met eyes with Diego Ramirez. Sexual tension flowed even across the room, and only intensified as he turned his full attention onto her for the evening.

Diego lived a fast-paced life of fitness competitions, photoshoots, and dancing onstage at Club Aries. One night with Jamie was enough for him to finally hit the pause button and lose himself in one woman. He didn’t count on her writhing her way under the walls he’d so carefully built around his heart.

Both of their personal insecurities keeps them from contacting the other for six full weeks after that whirlwind weekend. Their love for each other burned brightly over that weekend, but can it be a bright enough beacon to make All The Difference?


Jane Leopold Quinn said...

Jordan, this sounds like a fun read. Congratulations for penning something so good for your debut book. I did like that movie, "Magic Mike." ;-) Thanks for being here and good luck with your first book and others to come.

Unknown said...

Thank you so much! I enjoyed writing them, I think you'd like the book series definitely then! ;)

E. Ayers said...

With a name like Diego, I already know he's going to be tall, dark, and handsome!

Looks like you've got a fun read.