Cover Reveal + Blurb: The Smallest Part by Amy Harmon

I’m so excited to have the chance to help reveal the cover and blurb of Amy Harmon’s upcoming release THE SMALLEST PART. I am so ready for this book, y’all! The blurb itself may have already caused me to choke up… enjoy!

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Title: The Smallest Part
Author: Amy Harmon
Release Date: February 13, 2018
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THE SMALLEST PART releases February 13th – just in time for Valentine’s Day! You can pre-order your copy for $3.99 today (links below)! On release day, it will go up to its normal price of $5.95.

SYNOPSIS:

“In the end, only three things matter. How much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.” – Unknown

It was a big lie. The biggest lie she’d ever told. It reverberated through her head as she said it, ringing eerily, and the girl behind her eyes—the girl who knew the truth—screamed, and her scream echoed along with the lie.

“Are you in love with Noah, Mercedes?” Cora asked. “I mean . . . I know you love him. You’ve been friends forever. We all have. But are you in love with him?”

If it had been anyone else—anyone—Mercedes would have stuck out her chest, folded her skinny arms, and let her feelings be known. She would have claimed him. But it was Cora. Brave, beautiful, broken Cora, and Cora loved Noah too.

So Mercedes lied.

And with that lie, she lost him. With that lie, she sealed her fate.

She was the best friend, the bridesmaid, the godmother, the glue. She was there for the good times and the bad, the ups and downs, the biggest moments and the smallest parts. And she was there when it all came crashing down.

This is the tale of the girl who didn’t get the guy.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Amy Harmon

Amy Harmon is a Wall Street JournalUSA Today, and New York Times Bestselling author. Amy knew at an early age that writing was something she wanted to do, and she divided her time between writing songs and stories as she grew. Having grown up in the middle of wheat fields without a television, with only her books and her siblings to entertain her, she developed a strong sense of what made a good story. Her books are now being published in eighteen different languages, truly a dream come true for a little country girl from Levan, Utah.

Amy Harmon has written eleven novels — the USA Today Bestsellers, The Bird and The Sword, Making Faces and Running Barefoot, as well as The Queen and The Cure, From Sand and Ash, The Law of Moses, The Song of David, Infinity + One, Slow Dance in Purgatory, Prom Night in Purgatory, and the New York Times Bestseller, A Different Blue. Her next novel, The Smallest Part, will be released February 13, 2018.

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New Release: Wingmen Babypalooza by Daisy Prescott

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Wingmen Babypalooza by Daisy Prescott
Series: Wingmen #5.5
Publication Date: December 7, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Source: ARC

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Synopsis:

Once upon a time there was a wingman named Tom who had the reputation of being catnip for women.

Now the Tom Cat’s been domesticated and about to become a dad for the first time. If he can survive Hailey’s pregnancy, Baby 101 classes, and the holidays with his family.

Let’s hope the stork has his own wingmen. Because Tom’s not the only one of the guys to catch baby fever. In fact, the whole island seems to have it.

This is one Christmas on Whidbey no one will ever forget.

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My Thoughts

Tom is one of my favorites from Daisy’s books, and I was so excited when I heard she was continuing Tom and Hailey’s story with this Christmas novella. I’ll have my full review of the book up soon, but I wanted to make sure y’all knew about this addition to the series.

And P.S. So far, I’m LOVING this novella!


Meet the Author: 

USA Today Bestselling Author Daisy Prescott writes romantic comedies about real love.

Love with Altitude, Daisy’s new series of standalone Rom Coms, is set in the mountains of Colorado. The Wingmen books star regular guys who often have beards, drive trucks, and love deeply once they fall. Modern Love Stories feature characters in their thirties and forties finding and rediscovering love in unexpected and humorous ways.

Born and raised in San Diego, Daisy currently lives in a real life Stars Hollow in the Boston suburbs with her husband, their rescue dog, Mulder, and an imaginary house goat. When not writing about herself in the third person, Daisy can be found traveling, gardening, baking, or lost in a good book.

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Links by Lisa Becker – Review and Excerpt

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Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing
Publication Date: August 1, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Format: eBook
Source: ARC

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Synopsis:

In high school, Charlotte Windham was a typical student going through an awkward phase — glasses and all. She harbored a crush on Garrett Stephens, the teen heartthrob everyone can’t help but fall for during that unfortunate ugly duckling phase of one’s teen years. Flash forward fifteen years later, and Charlotte and Garrett have a second chance encounter at a Los Angeles restaurant. However, this time around, Charlotte has leveled the playing field. She’s a bestselling novelist and no longer “Glasses,” the humiliating nickname Garrett called her in high school. In short, she’s a catch now and, thanks to corrective eye surgery, it’s not just her eyes that see better…so does her heart! Garrett hasn’t fared poorly either, transforming from teen heartbreaker to adult lothario. A now successful professional golfer, he’s recently suffered a major setback in the form of a possible career-ending injury. With the upper hand, can Charlotte forgive Garrett for his past ways, and for his more recent Don Juan lifestyle? Will she even want to? And, can Garrett change his ways for a second chance with Charlotte, who may just be the perfect fit for him?


My Review

The romance genre tends to be known for their love of tropes. While I tend to shy away from blatantly tropey romances, there are some I’m willing to read; unrequited love being one of them. (Friends-to-lovers is also a favorite. And I’ve recently joined the bandwagon of marriages of convenience, too.) But back to unrequited love…

That is one of the things that got me interested in Links when I was approached about reviewing it. While there were some things I did enjoy, I found it to be repetitive at times and not a book I read with any urgency.

This is a very typical story of a dorky, (seemingly) unattractive high school girl who has a crush on the gorgeous popular high school athlete. You get a glimpse of their interaction in high school in the prologue, and then the timeline jumps ahead to their post-college life.

Charlotte is now an accomplished author having her debut novel be a runaway best seller. Garrett is a successful professional golfer, currently recovering from a potentially career-ending injury. They have an unexpected run-in one day, which sets off Garrett pursuing Charlotte. (He admits in his chapters that he basically just wants to sleep with her… honestly not the greatest way to get me rooting for the hero).

I do like how they started out as friends. They hang out a lot and build a firm foundation of friendship before ever moving into relationship territory. Charlotte is trying to protect herself from getting hurt because she still has this idea of what Garrett is like from his 14-year-old self. Now, usually I’d say that’s unfair of her, but I didn’t feel that way in this book. However, the reader has an advantage; we get the POV of Garrett. And he makes it fairly clear that he’s only after getting Charlotte in his bed, at least to begin with.

Now for the not so fun part of the review, there were some things with which I had issue. I mentioned Garrett pursuing Charlotte only because he wanted to sleep with her. I think it’s self-explanatory as to why that would make me not root for the hero.

There’s also a lot of talk about Charlotte’s weight. It was said so many times how she was curvy, or not thin, or how she indulged in sweets and it showed. I love seeing all types and shapes of people represented in the books I read, but I felt it was unnecessary to mention it so many times. Garrett even makes a joke about it at one point. I get that it was meant to be a lighthearted joke and that he was supposed to be complimenting her, but it still didn’t sit right with me.

Charlotte giggles… a lot. And it gets old and honestly kind of annoying. There are other ways to express oneself than giggling, and it made Charlotte seem immature.

Look, in the end, this book just wasn’t for me, but that doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy it. That’s the great thing about books; I firmly believe there’s one out there for every reader. If you’re a voracious reader of romance, who gobbles up everything with a love story in it, give this one a try. It’s a quick read, which makes it perfect for helping you reach that Goodreads reading goal too.

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.


Excerpt

I stand but hesitate when I see Tamika’s disapproving look. Fi notices as well. “It’s okay, T. I got this,” she says, motioning for me to follow her back. When we get to her small office, she closes the door and gestures for me to sit on a red vinyl chair, circa 1972. She stands in front of me, leaning against the desk, and crosses her arms in front of her chest. “Spill!”

“Where should I start?”

“At the beginning.” She walks around to her chair behind the desk and pulls out a yellow legal pad.

For the next half hour, I go over my encounter with Garrett, from the moment we bumped into each other and he didn’t recognize me, to the embarrassment of being called ‘Glasses.’

Fi takes notes furiously on her pad and grins, nods, and cringes at all the appropriate times. When I finish, she puts her pen down and asks, “Do you want the ‘best friend experience’ or the ‘brilliant legal mind experience’?”

I can’t help but laugh. “Are they mutually exclusive?”

“They are,” she says nodding.

“Okay. I want the best friend experience.”

She rushes around from behind the desk, wraps her arms around me soothingly. “I’m so sorry, hon. That sounds just awful. Let’s go get margaritas tomorrow and drown our sorrows in tequila and lime wedges.”

“Thanks, Fi. You’re the best.”

“Anytime,” she says, rubbing my back. She pulls away and walks around to the back of her desk. She sits down and puts the legal pad to the side. I can’t help but notice the writing scrawled across it.

“Just for kicks, what would you have said if I had asked for the ‘brilliant legal mind experience’?”

“You sure you want to know?” Her lips pull into a grim line. Honestly, I’m not sure I do want to know, but curiosity gets the better of me.

“Lay it on me,” I say.

“You need to get laid. Not the kind of bland, missionary style sex you had with Alex. You need hot heat, sweating up the sheets, crazy animal sex.”

I bust out laughing. “That’s your brilliant legal advice. Crazy animal sex?”

“Yes. That’s my brilliant legal advice,” she says with complete seriousness. “Listen, hon, it’s been a year since that insecure jerk Keane dumped you. I have no doubt it’s been even longer since you’ve, well, you know.” She wags her eyebrows up and down. “Before that, you only seriously dated Travis the cheater and Alex who, let’s face it, despite being completely gonzo for you, was a cold fish and a bore. It’s time to stop comparing every man to this fantasy of Garrett Stephens and just do it with him to get it out of your system. He asked you out for Saturday night. Go! Enjoy!”

“I don’t compare every man to Garrett,” I snap at her.

“Don’t you?” she asks, looking down at me sternly.

“I’m offended you even suggested that.” She looks at me, her sharp eyes boring into me, like she can read my every thought and knows I’m full of it. I imagine this is how she bears down on witnesses on the stand. I don’t like being on the receiving end of that look.

“Even if that’s true,” I start and she nods her head, “and I’m not conceding it is.” I point my finger at her. “Even if he did mean to ask me out, there’s no way it’s a good idea. He’s a total player. It would only be one night of fun and I don’t think I could get over that kind of hurt.”

“Then you need to get over it now. Sorry for the tough love, hon, but you need to move past the fantasy of this man and find someone passionate and amazing who is deserving to love you for all of the great things you have to offer including your messed-up childhood and your incredible success today.”


About the Author:

Lisa Becker headshot.jpgLisa Becker is a romance writer whose previous novels include Click: An Online Love StoryDouble Click and Right Click. The books, about a young woman’s search for love online in Los Angeles, have been called, “a fast read that will keep you entertained,” “a fun, quick read for fans of Sex and the City,” and “hard to put down.” The first in the series was optioned for a major motion picture.

Lisa’s writings about online dating have been featured in Cupid’s Pulse, GalTime.com, Single Edition, The Perfect Soulmate, Chick Lit Central and numerous other book blogs and websites.

As Lisa’s grandmother used to say, “For every chair, there’s a rush.” Lisa is now happily married to a man she met online and lives in Manhattan Beach with him and their two daughters. So, if it happened for her, there’s hope for anyone!

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New Release: On The Way To You by Kandi Steiner

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One The Way To You by Kandi Steiner
Publication Date: November 16, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Source: ARC

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Synopsis:
What makes you happy?

That was the question Emery Reed asked me the day we met, and I couldn’t give him a single answer. I could have said my dog, or my books, or yoga — but I just stared.

And then, I got in his car.

It was crazy to take a road trip with a stranger, but after years of standing still, he was my one-way ticket to a new life, and I wasn’t going to miss it.

We shared the same space, the same car, the same hotel room — and still, we were strangers.

One day we’d be laughing, the next, we wouldn’t speak. Emery was surrounded by impenetrable walls, but I wanted in.

Discovering his journal changed everything.

I read his thoughts, words not meant for anyone’s eyes, and the more I learned about him, the harder I fell. It turned out nothing made Emery Reed happy, and I wanted to change that.

I earned his trust by violating his privacy, and as wrong as it was, it worked — until one entry revealed a darkness I never knew existed, a timer I never knew was ticking.

Suddenly, what made me happy was saving Emery from himself. I just didn’t know if I could.


MY REVIEW

Confession: I haven’t finished this book; but not because I don’t want to. It’s all due to lack of time! I’m currently 69% into it, and so far I’m really loving it! It deals with a much deeper topic than I originally thought it would. I want to do it justice by writing my review after I complete it, so I’m waiting. I’ll update y’all when I complete it, and I’ll update this post as well.

This probably is a no-no in the blogging world, but oh well. Sometimes life gets in the way (and by life I mean my 3 jobs…).


About the Author:

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Kandi Steiner is a Creative Writing and Advertising/Public Relations graduate from the University of Central Florida living in Tampa. Kandi works full time as a social media specialist but also works part-time as a Zumba fitness instructor and blackjack dealer.

Kandi started writing back in the 4th grade after reading the first Harry Potter installment. In 6th grade, she wrote and edited her own newspaper and distributed to her classmates. Eventually, the principal caught on and the newspaper was quickly halted, though Kandi tried fighting for her “freedom of press.” She took particular interest in writing romance after college, as she has always been a die hard hopeless romantic (like most girls brought up on Disney movies).

When Kandi isn’t working or writing, you can find her reading books of all kinds, talking with her extremely vocal cat, and spending time with her friends and family. She enjoys beach days, movie marathons, live music, craft beer and sweet wine – not necessarily in that order.

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Blog Tour: The Fortunate Ones by R.S. Grey – Review & Excerpt

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The Fortunate Ones by R.S. Grey
Publication Date: November 1, 2017
Publisher: R.S. Grey
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy
Format: eBook
Source: ARC
3 Stars

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Synopsis: 
At Twin Oaks Country Club, there are the fortunate ones, and then there are the rest of us: the waiters, the caddies, the valets, and in my case, the cabana girls. Most days, I’m poolside in a pleated skirt, dishing out margaritas to tycoons and titans. It’s not exactly my dream job, but it does come with one perk…

James Ashwood.

He’s my silver lining in a custom black suit.

Besides being a legacy member at the club, he’s a tech mogul and Austin’s most eligible bachelor. Oh, and those dimples? Yeah, they make my stomach dip too.

On good days, I catch his sleek Porsche winding down the tree-lined drive. On better days, I steal a glimpse of his handsome profile as we pass in the hall. And on the absolute best day, I find him alone at the bar, looking for company.

“Come have a seat.”

Those four little words set me down a path I never could have imagined. Private planes, penthouse suites, and temptations around every corner make it impossible to keep my distance. His world feels decadent and wild—but overindulgence comes with a cost. Every kiss comes with strings. Every erotic encounter is a promise I’m not ready to keep.

When I pump the brakes, he hits the gas. James doesn’t want to go slow—he wants a commitment.

And the thing about the fortunate ones?

They’re used to getting what they want.


MY REVIEW

So, I have some mixed complicated feelings about this book. I did give it 3 stars, so my overall opinion of the book, in the end, was positive, but I do have my reasons for not rating it a 4 or 5 (which I’ll get to).

Positive things first – R.S. Grey is a great writer. Her romantic comedies are truly funny, and this book was no different. Grey did a fantastic job intermixing funny quips by Brooke even in the most serious or sad situations. I found myself consistently smiling and then highlighting these little brights spots.

He’s wearing a Nike hat and matching shirt, both black – the color of his soul.

It was great to see a supportive relationship between sisters. Sometimes romance heroines have fraught relationships with their siblings and parents, and while Brooke had some complicated feelings pertaining to her mother, father, and stepmother, her relationship with her sister was completely supportive and healthy. That was really nice, and I think an important aspect to the book.

I was able to connect with Brooke in some ways, particularly that it takes place in Texas (where I was born and raised), as well as the fact that Brooke is an au pair. Her experience as an au pair made me reminiscent of my time as an au pair in Switzerland. It made me remember how it took some time to get adjusted to my new environment, no matter how well I got along with the kids and parents.

One thing that irritated me, which this is nitpicking, but Brooke mentions she had that au pair job for a year and a half but never mentions getting her visa extended or anything. As far as I know, au pair positions are strictly for a year. If you want to be there longer, you have to be approved for an extended visa and it is really difficult to get. I know because I tried to do it. I was only able to get a 3-month extension. I even had a job offer from a museum and the country wouldn’t give me a visa. Perhaps the rules are different where Brooke was an au pair (being purposefully obtuse here to avoid spoilers).

Also, Brooke would have been required to take foreign language courses. That is a stipulation of being an au pair, no matter the country. Perhaps it’s different because she is fluent in that language, but I don’t think so. There are advanced conversational classes. I’m pretty sure she would have been required to take some sort of language course. I know there is this “fictional book world” and some rules get ignored and I get that. I guess, just knowing what being an au pair entails and the rules surrounding it, it bothered me. That said, if I hadn’t of had the experience of being an au pair myself, this would not have bothered me. So, don’t let this deter you from reading it. It’s just me being nitpicky, and I acknowledge that.

I didn’t care for the fairly decent sized age gap between James and Brooke. This is a personal preference, and I do know others that this doesn’t faze them. (I originally went into more detail but deleted it as I think it is superfluous to my point.) While I can understand why Grey made the age gap what it was, it caused conflict between James and Brooke and therefore moved the story along, it still doesn’t mean that I like the age gap.

Brooke and James both seem to be described as physically perfect human beings (aka super duper attractive). They are both noticed by everyone and the desire of everyone’s hearts. Brooke is one of those heroines who, for lack of a better word, resents her looks because of the unwanted attention she receives. For me, that sort of talk gets old, fast.

I know I haven’t given it the most glowing review, but it was still an enjoyable read. It isn’t my favorite R.S. Grey novel (THE FOXE & THE HOUND holds that spot) but it is still worth a read if you like truly funny romantic comedies. It’d be a great weekend read, especially now that the weather seems to be finally turning cooler (at least here in Southern California).

I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book courtesy of the author in exchange for an honest review.

Read my review of THE FOXE & THE HOUND by R.S. Grey here!


EXCERPT

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“I missed you today,” he says, his heated gaze lingering on my body.

I step back, and he follows.

He looks like he’s cornering his prey.

“Apparently not enough to make it to dinner,” I point out icily.

“I called the restaurant and told them I’d be late. Didn’t they tell you?”

I cross my arms and glance away.

“Brooke.” He steps closer and gently lifts my chin, forcing me to look back at him. “Fight with me tomorrow.”

I narrow my eyes, angry with him for shelving this discussion so casually. To him, it doesn’t matter that I sat in that restaurant alone, looking like a fool for nearly two hours. He’s brushing off my anger, stepping closer and forcing his way past my defenses.

“I think I’d like to talk about it now.”

I catch the beginning of a smirk just before he leans in to kiss my cheek.

“Are you sure there isn’t anything you’d rather be doing right now?”

He uncrosses my arms and brings them up over his shoulders then steps closer, towering over me. My arms tighten around his neck, but still, I turn away, keeping my mouth from him. His breath hits my neck and he pulls me taut against his hard body, growing more impatient with every moment I try to resist.

“Brooke,” he whispers huskily.

My eyes flutter closed as he bends and presses a kiss to my cheek, my chin, then lower, tipping my head back so he can reach the smooth recess at the nape of my neck. I shiver and he groans, obviously aware of what his touch is doing to me.


About the Author:

authorR.S. Grey is the USA Today bestselling author of thirteen novels, including THE FOXE & THE HOUND. She lives in Texas with her husband and two dogs, and can be found reading, binge-watching reality TV, or practicing yoga! Visit her at rsgrey.com

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Cover Reveal: The Fortunate Ones by R.S. Grey

I’m so excited to help reveal the cover of R.S. Grey’s upcoming novel THE FORTUNATE ONES releasing November 1st. Continue reading for the cover, synopsis, and information on when and how to pre-order the book!

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Title: The Fortunate Ones
Author: R.S. Grey
Release Date: November 1, 2017
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THE FORTUNATE ONES releases November 1st. You can pre-order your copy for only .99cents starting October 29th! Keep an eye on R.S. Grey’s Facebook page for the link.

SYNOPSIS:

At Twin Oaks Country Club, there are the fortunate ones, and then there are the rest of us: the waiters, the caddies, the valets, and in my case, the cabana girls. Most days, I’m poolside in a pleated skirt, dishing out margaritas to tycoons and titans. It’s not exactly my dream job, but it does come with one perk…

James Ashwood.

He’s my silver lining in a custom black suit.

Besides being a legacy member at the club, he’s a tech mogul and Austin’s most eligible bachelor. Oh, and those dimples? Yeah, they make my stomach dip too.

On good days, I catch his sleek Porsche winding down the tree-lined drive. On better days, I steal a glimpse of his handsome profile as we pass in the hall. And on the absolute best day, I find him alone at the bar, looking for company.

“Come have a seat.”

Those four little words set me down a path I never could have imagined. Private planes, penthouse suites, and temptations around every corner make it impossible to keep my distance. His world feels decadent and wild—but overindulgence comes with a cost. Every kiss comes with strings. Every erotic encounter is a promise I’m not ready to keep.

When I pump the brakes, he hits the gas. James doesn’t want to go slow—he wants a commitment.

And the thing about the fortunate ones?

They’re used to getting what they want.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

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R.S. Grey is the USA Today bestselling author of thirteen novels, including THE FOXE & THE HOUND. She lives in Texas with her husband and two dogs, and can be found reading, binge-watching reality TV, or practicing yoga! Visit her at rsgrey.com

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Blog Tour: Wild For You by Daisy Prescott – Review

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Wild for You by Daisy Prescott
Series: Love with Altitude #3 (Can be read as a standalone)
Publication Date: September 14, 2017
Publisher: Daisy Prescott
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy
Format: eBook
Source: ARC
4 Stars
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Synopsis:
Cowboy fantasies. Oh boy, do I have them. I blame the shiny belt buckles and those chaps. Mother of pearl buttons, those chaps.

After getting dumped by my Not Future Husband, I’ve decided to spend the summer in Aspen exploring new adventures. First on the list is rugged, sexy rodeo champion Justin Garrison, who seems Continue reading

ICYMI: Keep Her Safe by K.A. Tucker Cover Reveal & Excerpt

Earlier this year, I read my first K.A. Tucker novel Until it FadesI absolutely loved it, and immediately added all of Tucker’s backlist to my to-be-read list (my full review here!). If you aren’t familiar with her work, she writes a wide range of genres; from romance to fantasy to mystery, young adult to adult, Tucker is a versatile and talented writer.

Her next book, Keep Her Safe, is slated to release January 23, 2018 and I cannot wait! It is a mix between a suspense novel and a romance, and it sounds so freaking good. Below is a synopsis, along with the beautiful cover! Keep scrolling for a link to USA Today’s Happy Ever After blog which has an exclusive excerpt of the book. Continue reading

Fitness Junkie by Lucy Sykes & Jo Piazza – Pop-Up Blog Tour with BookSparks

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Fitness Junkie by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza
Publisher: Doubleday
Publication Date: July 11, 2017
Genres: Women’s Fiction, Contemporary
Pages: 304
Format: Hardcover
Source: BookSparks
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Synopsis:

When Janey Sweet, CEO of a couture wedding dress company, is photographed in the front row of a fashion show eating a bruffin–the delicious lovechild of a brioche and a muffin–her best friend and business partner, Beau, gives her an ultimatum: Lose thirty pounds or Continue reading