Tag: Chick Lit Plus Blog Tours

Apr 18
ChickLit Plus Book Blitz: Are You There Krishna? By Rachel Khona

ChickLit Plus Book Blitz: Are You There Krishna? By Rachel Khona

About the Book Rachel knew even as a young child that she wasn’t like the rest of her Indian family. While her parents were plotting how she could make it into med school with her mediocre grades in chemistry and biology, she had other things on her mind, including such gems as: · Why can’t she go to the temple on her period? · Why don’t her Indian cousins like her? · Why was it OK to be sexualized at a beauty pageant but not for herself? · How can she straddle two cultures while retaining her sense of self? · Why are women considered sluts and men considered studs? · Why do people keep asking her if she was born in India? · Should she wax down there? · Why does she have crazy eyes? After leaving home, Rachel got high in Amsterdam, met her pop singer idol in a bathroom, argued with a ghost, and got lost in the Pyrenees. But that didn’t stop her from questioning while men still tell her to smile. ‘Are You There Krishna? It’s Me, Reshma. Or Rachel. Or Whatever.’ weaves stories of Rachel’s life with observations on race, class, sex, feminism, and… Read more »

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Feb 24
CLP Blog Tour Excerpt: Tea And Primroses by Tess Thompson

CLP Blog Tour Excerpt: Tea And Primroses by Tess Thompson

Tea And Primroses by Tess Thompson 250 pages Purchase: Amazon B&N ADD TO GOODREADS Nothing is as it seemed in calm, quaint Legley Bay. Famous novelist Constance Mansfield lived a seemingly straightforward – if private – and somewhat predictable life. Friends, beloved daughter Sutton, a beautiful home, and all the success an author could wish for. A perfect life….but was it? When a hit and run accident suddenly takes her mother’s life, Sutton finds hidden secrets with her heartbreak. Emotional walls she assumed Constance had built to protect her privacy may have been to protect something – or someone – else entirely. Family and friends return home for support, including her own lost-love, Declan. He’s the first thing she craves to help her cope with her loss and the questions she’s left with, but he’s also the last person she wants to see. Will he be able to put down roots at last? Can the loss of true love be the making of a life, or is it destined to be the undoing of everything? When money, power and love combine across time, anything is possible.

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Sep 20
CLP Review: Breaking The Rules by Cat Lavoie

CLP Review: Breaking The Rules by Cat Lavoie

Breaking The Rules Cat Lavoie Marching Ink LLC August 7, 2012 370 pages Amazon provided by publisher RBM’s Disclaimer 4/5 Books When twenty-seven year old Roxy Rule’s best friend and roommate accepts a glamorous new job overseas, she expects their relationship to continue as it’s always been—carefree and easy—until they share a heart-stopping kiss moments before his departure. Overcome with mixed emotions, she fights the urge to over analyze the situation and resumes back to her normal life in New York City, working for an intolerable boss at a dead end job, creeping further and further away from her own dreams of becoming a professional chef. While things become more complicated between her and Ollie, Roxy is sure that nothing can come between two lifelong best friends—not even mild jealousy over a thriving career or a silly little kiss that meant nothing. In fact, it was such a meaningless and forgettable kiss that she convinces herself that it’s not even worth mentioning to her fiancé, although it is all she can think about. Roxy’s already topsy-turvy life only gets more complicated when her sisters Steffi and Izzie suddenly become her roommates. Steffi is six months into a pregnancy she refuses… Read more »

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Aug 26
CLP Blog Tour Promo: Fatty Patty by Kathleen Irene Paterka

CLP Blog Tour Promo: Fatty Patty by Kathleen Irene Paterka

Fatty Patty Kathleen Irene Paterka The James Bay Novel Series,#1 May 7, 2012 382 pages Amazon|BN RBM’s Disclaimer Small towns, long memories. Everyone in the exclusive summer resort of James Bay, Michigan remembers FATTY PATTY, the chubby little girl with the round face and wild red curls. All grown up now, Patty Perreault teaches at the same elementary school where the painful playground memories still taunt her. She hasn’t forgotten the cruel nickname—plus she still hasn’t lost those extra pounds. Convinced her weight is the biggest reason why she’s a four time loser in the semi-finals for Teacher of the Year, Patty resolves to make some changes in her body and her life. Sam Curtis, an overweight accountant she meets at the community pool, swims into Patty’s life with romance on his mind. But as their friendship grows, Patty finds it hard to see beyond his extra pounds. She’s torn as Sam refuses to deal with his own overweight issues. Her heart tells her one thing, but her eyes see another. She’s not interested in an overweight boyfriend. When it comes to winning the Grand Prize in life and love, Patty has some hard lessons to learn. Will she be… Read more »

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Jul 28
CLP Blog Tour Review: What A Texas Girl Wants by Kristina Knight

CLP Blog Tour Review: What A Texas Girl Wants by Kristina Knight

What A Texas Girl Wants Kristina Knight Crimson Romance June 4, 2012 215 pages Amazon|BN provided by author RBM’s Disclaimer 4/5 Books Kathleen Witte is a down-to-earth girl. She has to be, with the family ranch on the verge of success. After seven months of keeping it all together by swearing off men, however, Kathleen needs a bit of fun in the sun. Waking up with a husband she can’t remember isn’t how she planned to blow off steam. The last thing Jackson Taylor wants in his life is a down-to-earth girl. He has four weeks of freedom in which to find his birth mother. He’s done well avoiding commitment until now, so when he wakes up on a Mexican beach with Kathleen his first reaction is curiosity. When he spies the matching wedding rings on their left hands curiosity turns to concern. Neither Jackson nor Kathleen want to stay married, but when her family shows up, they have no choice. Once back in Texas, however, can they keep this all-business marriage from turning into an all-consuming love?

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Jun 11
CLP Blog Tour Review: The Devil Has Dimples by Pepper Phillips

CLP Blog Tour Review: The Devil Has Dimples by Pepper Phillips

All The Difference Pepper Phillips Lagniappe ePress February 9,2012 176 pages Amazon|BN provided by author RBM’s Disclaimer 4/5 Books Adopted! In the Deep South, one of the first questions asked when meeting someone new in a small town is, “Who’s your daddy?” The answer defines you as a person. Not knowing is disheartening. Sara McLaughlin never knew she was adopted and is stunned to realize that if she wants to find out the questions burning in her brain as to the ‘why’ she was given up at birth, and who her father might be, she has to live in her birth mother’s apartment for the next six weeks. Grant St. Romain, attorney, is supposed to be helping, but the hunky dimpled devil is making her mind think of other things. Can she find the truth? Or will she break her heart trying to find out the answers in Boggy Bayou, where many secrets are hidden?

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Mar 05
CLP Blog Tour Interview: Mad About The Boy’s Suzan Battah

CLP Blog Tour Interview: Mad About The Boy’s Suzan Battah

I’d like to welcome Susan Battah to Reviews By Molly in this awesome interview for her CLP Blog Tour! Welcome, Suzan, and thanks for taking the time to chat with me!  Tell us about Suzan Battah. Who are you when you’re not writing? I wish I could say something pretty cool, like I fight crime at night when I’m not writing. Unfortunately I don’t. I’m a simple lady, 31 years old, who loves to dance Latino and Ballroom, spend time at the gym, play with my 15 year old Boxer dog, find fun new ways to spend my time and still looking for Mr Right. Do you have a day job as well? Yes I work fulltime as an Executive Assistant with four very diverse male bosses.   How did you choose the genre you write in and where do your ideas come from? Contemporary Romance is such a fun genre to write in but I don’t stick to one genre as such. I write where the story takes me. Mad About the Boy was developed while I was studying at the Australian College of Journalism when I was 18 years old. It’s been written and rewritten at least 3 times until here it is published…. Read more »

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Feb 13
CLP Blog Tour Review: Mad About The Boy by Suzan Battah

CLP Blog Tour Review: Mad About The Boy by Suzan Battah

Mad About The Boy Suzan Battah October 7,2011 302 pages Amazon|Smashwords provided by author RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books Julia Mendoza is driven by the success of her business. Since her husband Carlos passed away at such a young age, her business By Design is her number one priority. In her late twenties she works too hard and doesn’t take time out for fun. Annoyance with a pesky ex-friend has her begging one of the local surfer’s with a cheeky smile in the grocery store to pretend he’s her boyfriend. Suddenly, life takes a sudden detour from her business plan; much to the delight of her boisterous Latin American family. Christophe Augustine is groomed to take over his father’s successful chain of luxurious hotels. With a wealthy French-American background, Chris has been given privileges that not many have. He works hard, plays harder but seeks approval and recognition above all else. Family is a top priority for him as he fights for custody of his young brother. His parent’s divorce has not diminished his faith in romance. When a gorgeous Latino woman changes one boring morning into an interesting game of role play, though reluctant to help at first, he soon… Read more »

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Feb 06
CLP Blog Tour Review: Waitlisted by Laurel Gans

CLP Blog Tour Review: Waitlisted by Laurel Gans

Waitlisted Laurel Gans Etopia Press October 2011 219 pages Amazon|B&N provided by author RBM’s Disclaimer 4/5 Books Kacey Barlow had no idea it would be this hard to get into grad school. Her well-to-do family has been attending UI for generations, and admissions had been recruiting her since high school! She was a shoo-in—that is, until they gave her the boot. She can’t tell her parents, and can’t stand the thought of her friends going off to grad school without her. Her grades are slipping. Her professors can’t remember her name, and her tutor, Taylor, won’t stop hitting on her when they’re supposed to be studying. Okay, maybe that last one isn’t so bad. But it’s not going to help get her a seat in another school…and applications are due in two weeks… About The Author: Laurel Gans is a graduate of Bowling Green State University where she studied Spanish. She is currently a dental student at The Ohio State University with her twin sister, Stephanie. She enjoys writing, water sports and spending time with her family and friends. Connect With The Author: Facebook | Twitter My Review: What would you do if you had your life’s plan all figured… Read more »

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Jan 30
CLP Blog Tour Review: Thank You For Flying Air Zoe by Erik Atwell

CLP Blog Tour Review: Thank You For Flying Air Zoe by Erik Atwell

Thank You For Flying Air Zoe Erik Atwell Booktrope Editions June 15,2011 258 pages Amazon|B&N RBM’s Disclaimer provided by author 4/5 Books Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fasten Seat Belt sign has been turned on, but feel free to ignore it, because sometimes life is best lived on its dizzy edges. Your cruising altitude today will be sky high, and you will be flying at staggering speeds as you travel alongside Zoe Tisdale, former Valley Girl and rock star turned bored butter saleswoman. On the heels of a brush with mortality, Zoe concludes that she’s been letting time pass her by. Realizing she needs to awaken her life’s tired refrains, Zoe vows to recapture the one chapter of her life that truly mattered to her – her days as drummer for The Flip-Flops, a spirited, sassy all-girl garage band that almost hit the big time back in 1987. But reuniting the band won’t be easy. The girls who were once the whiz kid guitarist, the prom queen bass player, and the hippie lead singer grew up and became women who are now a reclusive dog trainer, a wealthy socialite, and a sociopathic environmentalist. Will Zoe bring the band back together and… Read more »

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