New Release → In Harmony by Emma Scott → Giveaway

New Release → In Harmony by Emma Scott → Giveaway

  Blurb The root of all madness is an unbearable truth… At seventeen, Willow Holloway’s life was torn apart. The happy, driven girl is gone, and she is left wracked by post-traumatic stress her body remembers even if she does not. When her father suddenly uproots the family from their posh penthouse in New York City to the tiny town of Harmony, Indiana, Willow becomes more untethered and lost under the weight of her secret. On a whim, she auditions for a part in the community theater’s production of Hamlet and unexpectedly wins the role of Ophelia—the girl who is undone by madness, and her love of Hamlet… Isaac Pierce is from the ‘wrong side of the tracks.’ The town bad boy. Girls pine for his attention and guys are in awe of him. That he’s an acting prodigy only adds to his charisma. Isaac utterly disappears into his characters; […]

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Rough Ride by Kristen Ashley → Review, Excerpt and Trailer!

Rough Ride by Kristen Ashley  → Review, Excerpt and Trailer!

  As K.A. series’ go, Chaos is my favorite. (If I’ve said that before about other KA series, I mean it this time!) ‘Rough Ride’ is the novella of Rosalie and Snapper and their story paralleled the events in the Chaos series. I’m afraid to say too much about the plot for fear of spoiling this and previous books. These characters were clearly in love and were filled with passion. Their ride was rough, how they came to be a couple wasn’t easy. But once they were freed from the anguish, and the past, their union was beautiful! I love Ashley’s bikers. They are bad ass. They are loyal. They are protective. They are sexy. Their women are bad ass. They are independent. They are loving. They are sexy. And when you put those qualities together you get a sizzling romance! If you haven’t read the books in this series, […]

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Unforgettable Love Story, The Smallest Part by Amy Harmon was Stunning!

Unforgettable Love Story, The Smallest Part by Amy Harmon was Stunning!

Compelling, passionate and heart-wrenching, Amy Harmon crafted a provocative, thought-provoking tale about first loves, second chances, and pure, unconditional love. ❝Loving Mercedes wasn’t like falling off a cliff. It wasn’t even the heart-clenching of a missed step. It wasn’t a jerk or a jostle. It wasn’t tripping or tumbling at all. It was the slow climb of a lifetime of moments, the line upon line, day after day kind of love. And it was deeper and more durable for it.❞ Did you read ‘The Law of Moses’? Do you remember the Dr. that worked with Moses in the hospital? This is his story, Dr. Noah (and it has a similar feel to that of ‘The Law of Moses’). Amy Harmon takes us on his journey. Along the way, we meet Mercedes and Cora. They would become his closest friends. We experience their tragedies, happiness, failures, and successes. I laughed and cried so […]

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Happy Release Day, Brooklynaire by Sarina Bowen → Review

Happy Release Day, Brooklynaire by Sarina Bowen → Review

❝He tastes like chocolate and confidence.❞ First things, first! THAT COVER, #cougaralert *fans self* Holy Abs! Second, the name, ‘Brooklynaire’, I love it. It is so creative and perfectly describes this book. I am going to be honest here, and say that in the first book of the Brooklyn Bruisers series, Nate Kattenberger was not a character I liked. I had zero interest in getting to know him. His standoffish demeanor did nothing for me and I honestly wanted Castro for Rebecca Rowley. I even told Sarina Bowen that in my review of ‘Hard Hitter’. “Call me crazy, but I would love for Castro and Becca to get together.” I loved Castro and thought he was the perfect choice! She didn’t listen to me. Instead, she gave us ‘Pipe Dreams’, the third book in the Brooklyn Bruiser series. But with that book, I got to know Nate and Rebecca better […]

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Devastate by Pam Godwin is LIVE

Devastate by Pam Godwin is LIVE

It’s LIVE! Devastate, Book #4 in the Deliver Series Amazon | iTunes | Goodreads “What is the price you’re willing to pay?” “Money isn’t an issue.” “I’m not talking about money.” Tate is on the hunt to find his best friend’s sister. Eleven years ago, Lucia Dias was abducted. Presumed dead. He never met her, so why does he care? Some might call his efforts noble, but his motivation is more perverse, bordering on obsession. When he follows a chilling lead to Venezuela’s Kidnap Alley, what he finds is neither a corpse nor a captive. Amid poisonous lies and crippling depravity, the price of love is devastation. And he pays. With his body, his blood, and her life. Deliver, Book #1 His name was Joshua Carter. Now it’s whatever she wants it to be. She is a Deliverer. She lures young men and delivers them to be sold. She delivers […]

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She Regrets Nothing by Andrea Dunlop → Review

She Regrets Nothing by Andrea Dunlop → Review

❝I didn’t realize that matchmakers still existed,❞ ❝Welcome to New York,❞ ❝How do you think all of those gross old men find their hot young wives?❞ When I read the blurb for ‘She Regrets Nothing‘, I was intrigued, and since Andrea Dunlop is a new-to-me-author, I was excited to start reading about a story that was said to be, “Sly and sexy, She Regrets Nothing is a sharply observed and utterly seductive tale about family, fortune, and fate—and the dark side of wealth.” Did it deliver?  Yes and no I do like this author’s voice, it’s smart and quick. This story was filled with sex, deceit, betrayal, and scandal. It was addictive and reminded me of a soap opera or a movie. And that was where this book didn’t succeed for me. It reads like a screenplay; where changes of character and time jumps are okay because there’s fade to black or scene […]

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Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis — Review

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis — Review

  ❝If we can identify the core of our struggles, while simultaneously understanding that we are truly in control of making changes, then we can utterly change our trajectory.❞ I’ve laughed, cried and contemplated. There are self-help books, and then there’s ‘Girl, Wash Your Face’! Through lies she’s told herself, Rachel Hollis takes her readers on a journey through her triumphs and losses, heartbreaking moments and celebrations. ❝Recognizing the lies we’ve come to accept about ourselves is the key to growing into a better version of ourselves.❞ Rachel Hollis is a gifted communicator. Speaking to you like one girlfriend to another, Hollis encourages you to be your best self, to take charge of your life and to find your happy! Her straight shooting message that — ❝if you’re unhappy, that’s on you.❞ gives women permission to take control of their lives. Why do we feel we need permission, even if […]

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#CoverReveal — Getting Schooled by Emma Chase!

#CoverReveal — Getting Schooled by Emma Chase!

I am so thrilled to reveal the cover for GETTING SCHOOLED by Emma Chase, a brand new standalone releasing on audible February 27th and everywhere else June 26th!      Head of the class… Garrett Daniels has this whole life thing figured out. The cocky, charismatic former high school star quarterback is an idolized football coach and “cool” teacher in the hometown where he’s not just a golden boy — he’s platinum. He has good friends, a great house on the lake, and the best damn sidekick a man could ask for: Snoopy, the albino beagle. Then…Callie Carpenter comes home. And knocks him right on his tight end zone. Back to school… Callie has a pretty sweet life herself…on the other side of the country. But circumstances — that she’d prefer to never speak of again — have brought her back home, helping out her parents and substitute teaching at […]

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Cracks Duet by L.H. Cosway

Cracks Duet by L.H. Cosway

❝Dylan?❞ I whispered. ❝Yes?❞ he replied, turning to face me. ❝Tell me about your dreams.❞ Heartwrenching and addicting, the first book in the Cracks Duet, ‘A Crack in Everything’, packed an emotional punch! A group of quirky teens living in a poor neighborhood in inner-city Dublin called St. Mary’s Villas, develops a close friendship as they navigate their way through the rough streets of their neighborhood, come to terms with the realization of the importance of family, and face an unthinkable tragedy. Evelyn Flynn had lived with her aunt Yvonne since she was thirteen years old when her mom left to pursue her own dreams. Having received permission from the local council to start an allotment, Ev added beauty to her world by gardening on the rooftop of her building. It was Ev’s grandmother who first introduced her to gardening. Suffering from M.S., her gran lived in a retirement home […]

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