Jan 18
TRSOR Release Blitz + Review: The F-Word by Sandra Marton

TRSOR Release Blitz + Review: The F-Word by Sandra Marton

HOT & Romantic: The F-Word by Sandra Marton Is NOW AVAILABLE!!! Amazon US: http://amzn.to/2jRE0cS Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/2jcEkSA iBooks: http://apple.co/2ixNjwM Nook: http://bit.ly/2isC74R Kobo: http://bit.ly/2jftY4V Blurb So let’s get this straight. This is a story about romance. Well, it’s not a story. I mean, it’s not something somebody made up. It’s about me. And yeah, in case you’re wondering, I’m a guy. Surprised? Sure you are. You figure those words just don’t go together. Romance, with a capital R. Guy, with a capital G. You’re probably sitting there and smirking. What could a dude possibly know about romance? You figure we’re big on sex. But romance? You’re right. Romance is not a male thing. And that’s exactly my problem. The bottom line is that whatever you think you know about men and romance is pretty much correct. You figure we’re big on the F-word as long as it stands for Fuck and not Forever. EXCERPT Matthew O’Malley is one hell of a catch. He’s rich, handsome, charming, smart—and every woman who’s slept with him says he’s fantastic in bed. This is all true, but he’s also a guy who got where he is today by working hard and by hiring the best… Read more »

Divider

Jan 18
Waiting On Wednesday 7-18-2017

Waiting On Wednesday 7-18-2017

Waiting on Wednesday is a meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, which spotlights upcoming releases we are eagerly anticipating. Blackbird by Molly McAdams Expected Publication: February 28,2017 Pre-Order Exclusively On iTunes From New York Times bestselling author Molly McAdams comes a powerhouse romantic suspense that will have you questioning your morals and second guessing your view on love. I live in a world few know exist. I’ve trained for this. I know what to say, what to do, and how to act. I’ve perfected the lethal calm required for this life. Now it’s time to buy my first girl. But all it takes is one look at the brave girl who starts singing mid-auction for that calm to slip. Briar Chapman is going to be the death of me, and I don’t care. I’ll take every day with her until that death comes, and I’ll welcome it when it does.​ On the outside, Lucas Holt is what nightmares are made of. A man cloaked in darkness, with sin-filled eyes and an enticing grin. A devil so devastatingly beautiful and cruel that his very presence instills fear. But beneath his terrifying, ever-calm exterior is an affectionate man haunted by a past… Read more »

Divider

Jan 16
InkSlinger PR Release Blitz: EgoManiac by Vi Keeland

InkSlinger PR Release Blitz: EgoManiac by Vi Keeland

    The night I met Drew Jagger, he’d just broken into my new Park Avenue office. I dialed 9-1-1 before proceeding to attack him with my fancy new Krav Maga skills. He quickly restrained me, then chuckled, finding my attempted assault amusing. Of course, my intruder had to be arrogant. Only, turned out, he wasn’t an intruder at all. Drew was the rightful occupant of my new office. He’d been on vacation while his posh space was renovated. Which was how a scammer got away with leasing me office space that wasn’t really available for rent. I was swindled out of ten grand. The next day, after hours at the police station, Drew took pity on me and made me an offer I couldn’t refuse. In exchange for answering his phones while his secretary was out, he’d let me stay until I found a new place. I probably should have acted grateful and kept my mouth shut when I overheard the advice he was spewing to his clients. But I couldn’t help giving him a piece of my mind. I never expected my body to react every time we argued. Especially when that was all we seemed to be… Read more »

Divider

Jan 12
Review: Breathe by Abbi Glines

Review: Breathe by Abbi Glines

How on earth have I not read this series before? I popped my Sea Breeze cherry in the most awesome of ways! I’m a long time fan of her Rosemary Beach series and once again, Abbi Glines did not disappoint me. From start to finish, every page turn of this book hit me in the best of ways, and I fell in love with Jax and Sadie instantly. Of course, there were characters, *ahem* Sadie’s mother, that I just wanted to slap silly more than once. But, I can honestly say that they were meant for their roles and were portrayed perfectly, despite my having not always liking them. We can’t like every character in every book, even if we want to! In the end, however, Ms. Glines adds just the right amount of laughter and lots of steamy, unforgettable moments between Jax and Sadie. This book is most definitely a 4.5 star read and will be a forever part of my Abbi Glines collection! I am highly looking forward to reading the next Sea Breeze novel and seeing what kind of roller coaster ride Abbi Glines throws me onto. Well done, Ms. Glines! Reading this book contributed to these challenges:2017 GoodReads Reading… Read more »

Divider

Jan 11
Goddess Fish Promotions VBB: The Applicant by Aidee Ladnier

Goddess Fish Promotions VBB: The Applicant by Aidee Ladnier

Excerpt “I’ve gotta go make a call.” Oliver didn’t wait for Forbes to reply but left the room and headed for the kitchen. He strode in but his steps faltered as he took in the décor, a mirror of the room in his time. The bright yellow paint on the walls had greeted him for breakfast every day for a decade now. Solid chairs ringed the blunt thick tabletop. Tip one back on two legs and it wouldn’t break if you fell over on the floor. The big windows that let in the morning sun gave an unrestricted view of a brilliant sunrise. Entering the familiar room was like settling into a warm bath. This place reminded him of home. Of Tuesday Chinese takeout days. Of laughter. Of one random food fight where spaghetti sauce landed on the ceiling. Of being kissed right there at that counter until he thought he’d burst his pants at the seams. It was home. Their home. A pang in his chest made it ache. He didn’t belong here. He needed Forbes, needed the calm self-assurance of his arms around him, not this hesitant kid. Oliver reached for the belt buckle and the travel adjuster…. Read more »

Divider

Divider

Dec 26
Goddess Fish Promotions VBB: At the Heart of the Stone by Roxanne D. Howard

Goddess Fish Promotions VBB: At the Heart of the Stone by Roxanne D. Howard

Excerpt She bit her lower lip, trying to get on solid ground, but from the hunger on his face, she shouldn’t have done that. The imprint of last night’s dream was still fresh in her mind, and she went for a bitchier approach, hoping to deter him. “Oh, please, Niall. My dad was more of a do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do type of parent. So right now, I need these more than I need to be lectured, thank you very much.” He shrugged a shoulder, and a wayward dark curl fell over his left eyebrow. “Fair enough. Could I make an observation, though?” Lark put the cigarette between two fingers and played with the lighter in her other hand, prepared to take it outside. “Could I stop you?” The corners of Niall’s mouth twitched. He glanced down, and she moved in for the kill. “What? Oh, I’m sorry, are you intimidated by strong women?” His gaze shot back up and fixed on hers. “Oh, no. On the contrary; I find it alluring. I find you, in particular, extremely alluring, though it’s unethical.” Panic shot through her. What in tarnation was she doing? She should tell him she was with Charles, discourage him. But the… Read more »

Divider

Dec 13
Bewitching Book Tours Spotlight: Surrender by Erzabet Bishop

Bewitching Book Tours Spotlight: Surrender by Erzabet Bishop

Excerpt Master Caine observed with interest the new waitress that worked with Roxy at the bar. She was shy and not at all used to life in the club. Her black corset and short micro skirt were tasteful. He would give Roxy that. The girl’s expressions as she took in some of the costumes of the patrons were comical. A couple had come through, the leather clad Domme leading a man dressed in nothing more than a dog collar and a strategically placed genital cage, and he thought she was going to choke on her own tongue. From time to time on his rounds as dungeon monitor, Caine caught her observing the patrons in the spanking room, a curious look on her face as if she were trying to comprehend why a person would do such a thing. “She’s delightful,” Gage stated, noting the direction his attention traveled. “The people love her and she’s gotten more tips than all the other servers combined.” The hum of the club had picked up over the last couple of nights and he’d been relieved at the influx of people. Caine shrugged. “Another pretty face.” She seemed like any typical Texas girl. Blond hair,… Read more »

Divider

Dec 09
Bewitching Book Tours Spotlight: The Auction by J.R. Gray

Bewitching Book Tours Spotlight: The Auction by J.R. Gray

Excerpt “We are going to be late, and I won’t get a good one.” Cheri linked her arm through Scotty’s, forcing her to pick up her pace. “I was ready at nine. You just had to try on four pairs of my shoes,” Scotty replied. “You have better taste in shoes than anyone else on the planet.” “Because it used to be the only thing I wore.” Scotty gave her a look, ignoring the pain in her heels. Shoes were pain. A pain she used to like. Now it was a stark reminder. But everything was a reminder. “Well, now you’re a big shot lawyer, and clothes are required.” “But I like kicking ass, so it’s an equal trade-off.” Cheri rolled her eyes and turned into the alley. This was a frequent trek for them while Scotty had been in law school, not so much in the last few years. “Are you going to be okay if we see her?” Cheri asked. Scotty didn’t meet her eyes. “I’ll be fine.” A sinewy naked man greeted them at the door and collected their coats. They were long past showing their keys, getting a rundown of the rules, or being briefed on… Read more »

Divider

Dec 07
Bewitching Book Tours Spotlight: Death and Donuts by Stan Schatt

Bewitching Book Tours Spotlight: Death and Donuts by Stan Schatt

Excerpt Frankie nodded and stepped inside the curtain. Daniel Martin wasn’t a large man, but now he seemed even smaller in the over- sized hospital bed. He stared at Frankie with glassy eyes. “I guess now I’m one of the usual suspects to be rounded up,” he said with a voice just above a whisper. “We can pin attempted murder on you for Belmont and probably link you to Hobbs and Gordon, but we can make things a lot more manageable for you if you just tell me who is behind Ruby Red.” Martin’s face broke into a rueful smile. “You just don’t get it. You’re dealing with forces much bigger than you or me. You’re just a pawn, and so am I.” Frankie drew her face closer. “You might not have much time. I can have a priest or minister here if you want to make your peace. Don’t die with this on your conscience.” Martin’s smile turned into a sneer. “The old circling the drain argument. Does that ever work? You’re not even good material for a Grade B cop movie from the ’40s. You keep digging into this, and you’ll be busted down to walking South Central… Read more »

Divider