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9/20/2009

I've changed my template yet again...

and the bugs still have to be ironed out, but I like it. Odd that I'm going with a Spring/Summer-ish feel during Fall, but that's me. Always a step ahead (or behind, depending on your perspective.)

So for this week's scintillating blog post, I pose a challenge to my loyal blog readers. Finish this sentence:
If money were no object, and no one would ever find out, I would...

To be fair, I'll finish it first.

If money were no object, and no one would ever find out, I would find out if a place really existed like Pleasure Cove Resort in my CP Helen Hardt's hot novella, Montego Lay.

If you haven't read Montego Lay...well, suffice it to say, Pleasure Cove lives up to its name. ;)

Your turn!

7 comments:

SoulGirl said...

If money were no object, and no one would ever find out, I would find the most ridiculously good looking man, great body and pay him to come service me for an entire weekend.

;)

Love the layout.

Christina Phillips said...

LOL. OMG. I'll have to think about this one. I have a list as long as my arm about what I'd like to do if money was no object, but actually nothing too naughty is on there!!!

Tara said...

If money were no object, and no one would ever find out, I would...rob a bank in the Caymans. (people hiding their money there are shady. LOL)And set up a satellite for internet & cable, buy a house in the Bahamas, with a hot manservant--on the beach of course--and write.

Tara said...

OH and I forgot to say...me likey the new look. ;)

Helen Hardt said...

Oh yes, places like Pleasure Cove exist...but I can't guarantee Ace will be there. He came out of my imagination, LOL.

Hmm...to answer your question, I think I'd get my body into prime shape and do a nude photo shoot with a gorgeous hunk, and then end up on the covers of erotic romance novels.

The Goddess Hathor said...

If money were no object, and no one would ever find out, I would...

...quit my job and take an office downtown so I could write uninteruppted for 8-hours a day. I'd still make regular deposits into the household account to keep Mr. Hath in the dark and would have to keep making up stories about the folks I work with, but I think not only could I do it, but it would be SO worth it.

Lynne Roberts said...

Wow, the list is long. : )

If money were no object and no one would ever know, I'd go to a spa retreat for a month, have every beauty treatment known to man, work out with a personal trainer to get in shape and then find a place like Pleasure Cove.

Great question and I love the lay out!