Title: Passion Fish
Author: Alison Oburia & Jessica McQuinn
Genre: Romantic Suspense 18+
Publication Date: February 16, 2010
Published By: Onnific Publishing
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.
With $3 million for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art on the line, curator Eve Carwyn hardly has time to focus on the state of her love life. Struggling to escape the clutches of a creepy ex and looking to add some adventure to her personal life, Eve is off on a much needed escape, and a business trip to Boston. But before she goes, her pack of dedicated girlfriends plan a send-off party that includes mind-bending kisses from not one, but two, sensational — yet anonymous – partners. Will a chance encounter and a searing kiss somehow end in a love match? Will her career take off or lie in ruins when the grant results are in? Join Eve on her whirlwind journey through intrigue and ingenuity, terror and true love. Once the passion fishing starts, her life will never be the same.
Passion Fish is one part romance and one part heart pounding thriller. An innocent game of sexy distraction ignites a spark of love and a dangerous obsession in this exciting debut novel from Alison Oburia and Jessica McQuinn. Oburia and McQuinn offer an intriguing, suspenseful spin on the games people play when it comes to love, and the surprising lengths to which they’ll go to earn it… and to keep it.
Note: In addition to the cover, Passion Fish is currently undergoing to content makeover as well.
As a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful children, Jessica found that she had lost herself a little in being a mom and a wife. Writing is where she found herself again. Her first novel, Passion Fish, written with Alison Oburia was published in 2010. While she loves all the characters her favorite is Gage. There’s nothing better that Jessica loves than a strong, smart, protective man!!
Which bring us to her second novel, Indivisible. Published in 2011, the struggles of a young married couple are complicated when Gideon, a Navy SEAL is sent on assignment for six months. Gideon’s bride, Charlie is left to find her own strengths and learn about the importance of trust and love.
As a self-employed editor, Jessica has been busy the past few years, but is needing to let the crazy SWAT men in
Sometimes a dream is big and time is short. Alison Oburia was working on her PhD when the idea for her first novel, Passion Fish, came to her in a dream. Instead of finishing her dissertation, she turned all of her energy toward writing her first novel with co-author Jessica McQuinn. Her second effort, a short story called “The Bridge,” was published in a collection of short stories available in Omnific’s A Valentine Anthology. Now that the author bug has bitten, Alison spends nearly every night writing. Her next novel, a story of international intrigue, murder, and romance, is nearly complete, and following that is a planned trilogy about four people struck by tragedy all learning to live and love again.
Alison lives in Tampa with her husband and two teen-age sons.