#Blitz!! Camping in High Heels by Author Miki Bennett

With a passion for wholesome adventure, Miki Bennett is the
author of two contemporary women’s fiction series – A Florida Keys Romance and
Camping In High Heels. A deep love of the beach and life-long experience in the
RV and camping world led her to write romance novels that bring humor and
paradise to readers’ finger tips.
Beyond her beautiful writing skills, she is an artist and
craftswoman, and has earned numerous awards for such. Her stories touch the
hearts of not only beach lovers and RVers, but those in the arts community and
the crafts community.
Her talents and experiences truly run wide and deep. From being
the self-called, resident family tech geek to her painting, crocheting and
photogrpahy abilities to living with a chronic illness to having grown up and
worked in a family business to becoming an author, Miki Bennett never has a
dull moment.
She lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband, Jeff
and their little dog Emma. They are a blended family with three grown children
thus consider themselves empty nesters.
Miki also lives with a rare, incurable, invisible illness called
Mastocytosis in which patients can have life threatening allergic type
reactions to the simplest of things. She is also a cancer survivor after
undergoing treatment for Uterine Cancer in 2002. She is now on a mission to
help others who deal with “invisible diseases”: the patient looks fine to the
outside world but can be dealing with debilitating symptoms – something that
can be very stress producing for the patient both mentally and physically. Miki
believes it is her creativity through writing and art that helps her deal with
a chronic illness in a positive, uplifting way.
Please visit www.mikibennett.com for more information!


Connect with the Author here: 
How does
a first-class, five-star, travel blogger widen her horizons? With a few words
from one of her loyal readers.
Kate has
always loved writing about the best in food, nightlife, and accommodations
around the world. In fact, she’s never had to “rough it” in her vast array of
travels. But that changes when she’s publicly challenged into hitting the road
just like an average person.
terrified of everything she doesn’t know about camping, things become brighter
when she bumps into fellow camper, Brandon. Seeming to run into one another at
each campground, it gets harder for Kate to ignore the sparks between them.
As Kate
travels west in her motor home, she experiences a brand new kind of adventure:
tackling bathhouses, tarantulas, and even bats! But as she learns to appreciate
the great outdoors, Kate starts to wonder if this might also be an adventure of
the heart.



     “Hello,” Kate heard
right at her ear, startling her so badly that she practically flung her drink
at the lady in front of her, its contents spilling everywhere including
splashing the front of Kate’s legs. Thank goodness the liquid stayed confined
to only her.
     “I’m sorry! I didn’t
mean to scare you. Are you always this jumpy?” Brandon said as he tried to help
Kate clean up the mess he had helped create by not giving her any warning of
his approach behind her. He took a napkin and wiped some of the liquid off her
leg, noticing her creamy skin and toned legs.
     “No, you just startled
me. Anyway, its getting dark and for goodness sakes, this is a Vampire tour!”
Kate said, trying to pull herself together quickly but she had noticed too how
Brandon had helped her and the touch of his hand on her leg did not go


     “Maybe you shouldn’t go
on.  You know they have tales of real
vampires here,” he said in a husky voice trying to sound scary but it had the
opposite effect on Kate. It made him sound sexy and very appealing. 
To view our blog schedule and follow along with this tour visit our Official Event page 



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