Love On Cue #1
September 19, 2017

The first in a fun, flirty new series from Mia Sosa!

After a very public breakup with a media-hungry politician, fitness trainer Tori Alvarez escapes to Aruba for rest, relaxation, and copious amounts of sex on the beach—the cocktail, that is. She vows to keep her vacation a man-free zone but when a cute guy is seated next to her on the plane, Tori can’t resist a little harmless flirting.

Hollywood heartthrob Carter Stone underwent a dramatic physical transformation for his latest role and it’s clear his stunning seat mate doesn’t recognize the man beneath the shaggy beard and extra lean frame. Now Carter needs help rebuilding his buff physique and Tori is perfect for the job. It doesn’t hurt that she makes his pulse pound in more ways than one.

Sparks are flying, until a pesky paparazzo reveals Carter’s identity. Tori is hurt and pissed. She wants nothing to do with another man in the limelight, but she’s still got to whip him into shape. Can Carter convince Tori he’s worth the threat to her privacy that comes with dating a famous actor, or will Tori chisel him down to nothing before he even gets the chance?

Grab the popcorn…

From Mia's Blog

In the Wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria . . .

Posted Sep 22 2017

What’s happening in Puerto Rico and neighboring islands is heartbreaking. People in Puerto Rico are dealing with the devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, while U.S. mainland Puerto Ricans are frantically searching for information about their loved ones.

I’ve been monitoring available news and wanted to do . . . something. This resource might already exist, but I wanted to help, and if even one person benefits from having this information in one place, it was worth doing.

It would be wonderful if others did the same for other affected islands.

FOR PEOPLE SEARCHING FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THEIR LOVED ONES, TRY:

Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration at 202-800-3133.

The U.S. federal government is encouraging people to call the above number for help in reaching loved ones.

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You may also contact maria1@prfaa.pr.gov. Note: You should send only one email and include as much information as possible about your family member or friend.

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https://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php

A resource provided by the Red Cross. People can mark themselves safe and families can check the database for information about loved ones. You will need a phone number or full address to check for information about a registrant.

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https://www.facebook.com/groups/115776342448985/

A public Facebook group where people can check in or check for information about loved ones and affected neighborhoods.

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http://bit.ly/2wa2ctD

A public Facebook group providing updates in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

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FOR PEOPLE SEEKING INFORMATION ABOUT DONATING TO RELIEF EFFORTS, CONSIDER:

http://hispanicfederation.org/media/press_releases/a_hurricane_relief_fund_for_hurricane_maria_victims_in_puerto_rico/

Unidos is a Hurricane Relief fund organized by the Hispanic Federation and joined by a coalition of coalition of New York City civic leaders including Mayor Bill DeBlasio, U.S. Congress Members Nydia Velázquez and Adriano Espaillat, and New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.

Visit www.hispanicfederation.org/donate and select “Hurricane Relief Effort” from the drop-down menu.

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First lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Rosselló, in collaboration with the private sector, has organized Unidos Por Puerto Rico (United for Puerto Rico) here: http://unidosporpuertorico.com/en/

Donations may be made via PayPal.

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Puerto Rican entertainer Ricky Martin has organized a crowdfunding relief effort through YouCaring: https://www.youcaring.com/peopleofpuertorico-957793

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A crowd-funding page managed by the non-profit ConPRmetidos: https://www.generosity.com/emergencies-fundraising/maria-puerto-rico-real-time-recovery-fund. Non-profit states that 100 percent of the proceeds will be used for disaster relief efforts in Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

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The article below highlights various organizations that are spearheading relief efforts in Puerto Rico, Dominica and the U.S. Virgin Islands:
http://jezebel.com/heres-how-to-help-people-in-puerto-rico-right-now-1818658131

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I’ll update this page with additional resources as I learn about them.

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