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Excerpt: Coach’s Challenge by Avon Gale

Coach’s Challenge by Avon Gale

Series: Scoring Chances Book #5

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Release Date (Print & Ebook): June 26, 2017

Length: Ebook: ~70K (181 pages)

Subgenre: Sports romance, LGBTQ+ romance

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Book Blurb:  It’s been decades since blackmail forced Troy Callahan to retire from playing professional hockey, and he’s built a successful career behind the bench. When he’s offered the opportunity to coach the Asheville Ravens—the most hated team in the ECHL—he’s convinced that his no-nonsense attitude is just what the team needs to put their focus back on hockey. But Troy is disheartened when he finds that the Ravens have signed Shane North, a player known for his aggression—especially when Shane’s rough good looks give Troy inappropriate thoughts about a player, even if Shane’s set to retire at the end of the season.

Shane’s career in the majors never quite took off. Wanting to quit on his own terms, Shane agrees to a one-year contract with the Ravens and finds himself playing for a coach who thinks he’s an aging goon and with a team that doesn’t trust him, the coach, or each other. Despite his determination to not get involved, Shane unwillingly becomes part of the team… and is just as unwillingly drawn to the gruff, out-and-proud coach. As the Ravens struggle to build a new identity, Shane and Troy succumb to the passion that might cost them everything. Continue reading Excerpt: Coach’s Challenge by Avon Gale

Retro Review Tour & Giveaway: Enlightenment Series by Joanna Chambers

 

Covers by Natasha Snow


Provoked (Enlightenment #1) 

 
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David Lauriston is struggling to build his reputation in Edinburgh’s privileged legal world. His humble origins are enough of a hurdle, never mind his recent decision to defend a group of weavers accused of treason, prompting speculation that he may harbour radical sympathies. The last thing he should be doing is agreeing to help the brother of one of the convicted weavers find the government agent who caused his brother’s downfall.



David’s personal life is no more successful. Tormented by his forbidden desires for other men, and the painful memories of the childhood friend he once loved, David tries his hardest to live a celibate existence, castigating himself whenever his resolve slips. 


But then—into David’s repressed and orderly world—bursts Lord Murdo Balfour.


Cynical, hedonistic and utterly unapologetic, Murdo could not be less like David. Whilst David refuses to entertain the prospect of entering into a loveless marriage for propriety’s sake, Murdo is determined to wed one day—and has no intention of giving up the company of other men when he does so. But as appalled as David is by Murdo’s unrepentant self-interest, he cannot resist the man’s sway.


Murdo tempts and provokes David in equal measure, distracting him from his promise to find the agent provocateur responsible for the weavers’ fate, and forcing him to acknowledge his physical desires.


But is Murdo more than a mere distraction? 


Is it possible he could be the very man David is looking for?
 


Beguiled (Enlightenment #2)



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Two years after his last encounter with cynical nobleman Lord Murdo Balfour, David Lauriston accidentally meets him again in the heart of Edinburgh.


King George IV is about to make his first visit to Edinburgh and Murdo has been sent North by his politician father to represent his aristocratic family at the celebrations.


David and Murdo’s last parting was painful—and on Murdo’s part, bitter—but Murdo’s feelings seem to have mellowed in the intervening years. So much so, that he suggests to David that they enjoy each other’s company during Murdo’s stay in the capital.
Despite his initial reservations, David cannot put Murdo’s proposal from his mind, and soon find himself at Murdo’s door—and in his arms.


But other figures from David’s past are converging on the city, and as the pomp and ceremony of the King’s visit unfolds around them, David is drawn into a chain of events that will threaten everything: his career, his wellbeing, and the fragile bond that, despite David’s best intentions, is growing between him and Murdo.

 


Enlightened (Enlightenment #3) 



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David Lauriston has been recuperating at Lord Murdo Balfour’s Laverock estate for the last five months. At Laverock, he has regained his health and confidence and has found—with Murdo—more happiness and contentment than he has never known before.


David is all too aware that some day soon he will have to leave Laverock—and Murdo—and return to his legal practice in Edinburgh, just as Murdo will have to return to his life in London. But when David’s mentor, Patrick Chalmers, asks David to return to Edinburgh to visit him on his deathbed, it seems that day has come sooner than either David or Murdo would have wished.


Chalmers begs David to undertake one last piece of business for him: to secure the future of Chalmers’s daughter Elizabeth. But to carry out his old mentor’s wishes, David must travel to London, with Murdo.


No sooner have the two men arrived in the capital than they encounter Murdo’s ruthlessly manipulative father, who reveals a shocking secret that rocks David to his foundations. What’s more, when David discovers Elizabeth is facing far greater danger than even her father feared, he is determined to help her, no matter the cost to his own safety.


As the stakes rise, it is Murdo who must choose what he is prepared to sacrifice to keep David at his side, and ask whether there is any possibility of lasting happiness for men like them.

June 13 – Bike Book Reviews, MM Good Book Reviews
June 15 – Keysmash, The Librarian’s Corner
June 17 – Dog-Eared Daydreams, Padme’s Library
June 19 – Jessie G Books
June 21 – It’s About The Book, Sarandipity, Bayou Book Junkie, My Time Out Book Blog, Gay Book Reviews, Ellie Reads All The Books, My Fiction Nook, Urban Smoothie Read, Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words, From Top To Bottom Reviews, Boy Meets Boy Reviews

Review:  As someone who counts historical fiction as their favorite subgenre, this series is definitely an all-time favorite of mine. Joanna Chambers combines settings and actual events in Scotland and England with provocative, authentic characters, resulting in a stunning portrayal of humanity and love. David and Murdo’s journey revolves around plenty of intrigue, power struggles and introspection. It ventures deep into the heart and soul of each man and the countries they call home. The titles of the books are so clever, the solitary yet powerful words hint of the relationship progression: Provoked, Beguiled, Enlightened. I’ve reread this series a few *cough* times and am ecstatic to discover audio versions are in the works. Last but not least… the new covers by the talented Natasha Snow!? Exquisite, and in my opinion, are perfect depictions of David and Murdo.

Provoked (Enlightenment #1)

Historical MM? Yes please! This is a subgenre in which new books always ping my radar and have me clicking “buy” immediately. Provoked went beyond my wildest dreams with its depth. This book’s richness of plot, protagonists and purview are stunning. In a nutshell, this is gorgeous writing with characters that feel as though they could walk right off the page.

David has risen from humble beginnings where it was made clear to him that desire for other men was sinful. Well, it’s also against the law. His conflict between “doing the right thing” in both his private life and his professional life as a solicitor always weigh on him. David has worked hard to achieve what status he has, and he is thankful for it. It’s oh so plausible then, when he crosses paths with Murdo – who is as powerful in physical presence as he is in social standing – that any attraction David feels for the overwhelming man is tamped down, and even met with self-loathing.

Murdo is to-the-manor-born. He expects people to jump for him, yet he doesn’t come across as haughty or unkind. A bit pushy sure, but he’s accustomed to getting what he wants and also being above common law. When he sets his sights on David, the mutual attraction is evident. The vast difference with which each man deals with said attraction is acutely plausible, given their personalities and backgrounds. Murdo appeared to have a grand life, but things aren’t always what they appear from the outside – in either man’s situation.

The disparity in the men’s social standing, as well as David’s personal struggles and causes, dovetailed perfectly with what was going on in the political climate of the times. I liked both men at once; getting to know them and seeing them learn from each other while dealing with burgeoning political intrigue made for a highly satisfying read. Provoked? Why yes, yes I was. Next book now, please!

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Beguiled (Enlightenment #2)

Such a fantastic historical romance series. After adoring the fabulous Provoked, I’d been very much looking forward to this next installment in the story of David and Murdo, and the author delivered in a deliciously satisfying way. I love how both Murdo and David are very strong in character; the evolution of their interpersonal dynamic is a delight to witness. Murdo has more “life experience” and is higher class than David, but never acts superior, snide or dismissive. He does treat David with the care and respect he deserves, while gently, yet insistently, guiding him to accept his feelings regarding his sexuality, and their relationship. I have so much adoration and respect for this depiction. Such a breath of fresh air these characterizations are. (I read a lot of historicals, and so many feature one haughty main character and one that is presented as painfully naive.) The sex and intimate scenes between David and Murdo are the perfect blend of passion and tenderness – hot, romantic and also very much important in depicting character development. The plot is interwoven with wonderful secondary characters and threads which are very exciting, and is set among authentic historic events and vivid descriptions of Edinburgh. I could not put this book down – I just had to know what was going to happen next. Highly anticipating the final book in the series.

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Enlightened (Enlightenment #3)

This is such a superb historic romance series, featuring two rewardingly strong main characters in David and Murdo. I absolutely ate this latest installment up. As I mentioned in my review of Beguiled, I love the depiction of the interpersonal dynamic between the aristocratic Murdo, and David, who while a solicitor, is still viewed by society as being dirt on Murdo’s boot. Murdo never allows the class disparity to be an issue between them. Unfortunately, this proves more difficult for David to cast aside…

The sheer believability of the actions of David and Murdo, and their romance, is largely what sets this book, this series, apart. Well, that and amazing dialogue, stunning settings, and some great “I’m holding my breath over what’s going to happen next” moments. The author’s writing is breathtakingly sublime. I think I may have highlighted half the book!

Enlightened begins six months after the distressing and daring events at the end of Beguiled. David has been residing at Laverock House, Murdo’s country estate while recuperating from a severely broken leg. It’s fairly evident by his caring behavior that Murdo desires for, and believes David will decide to stay on indefinitely. David, while not invulnerable to the growing closeness between himself and Murdo, still cannot see that as a viable option. Partly due to their different stations in life, and partly due to deep personal hurt from his past.

“The protective barriers he’d spent a lifetime building up felt like they were crumbling away in the face of emotions he was helpless to deny. There would be no protection left to him when this ended. And the end was coming.”

I kept muttering aloud, Oh David, don’t give up please! Murdo adores you, he’d do anything for you. Trust that the two of you can find a way! The conflict of David’s emotional turmoil, coupled with what Murdo was feeling and whether or not they could give voice to their true feelings, was realistically dealt with and did not come across as contrived at all. It took them a while to find their way, considering the time in which they lived, their pride, and their stubbornness. All of these elements combined with complicated extenuating circumstances, and the fact both were not men given to spouting hearts and flowers made for an engrossing read. One of the sparkling aspects of this book is while conflicted and often angry with each other, David and Murdo were still able to communicate, to talk and not flail around or storm off over cross words or failure to be completely truthful. They stuck it out, they worked it through. All brought forth in glorious, on-page dialogue.

Time and again, David would hear the echo of his dear friend and mentor’s words:

“Be happy. Don’t let love go. Don’t deny it.”

Elizabeth’s situation puts a strong and sobering light on women’s complete lack of rights and equality in 19th century England and Scotland, dovetailing with the scandalous and criminal issue of homosexuality. Her story continued to be closely interwoven with David and Murdo’s, and indeed is key in the brilliant resolution to the men finding lasting happiness together. Being such a huge fan of historical fiction, I always look forward to how authors will resolve issues satisfactorily, leaving the main characters free to pursue a life together.

With Enlightened, Joanna Chambers deftly delivers stunningly clever plotting into a very satisfying resolution of all major issues including: Murdo finally detaching himself from his cruel and overbearing father, Murdo’s future as a political player vs. a recluse bachelor, Elizabeth’s fate as a battered wife on the run, and David’s courage in the face of decisions regarding his personal and professional future. It was such a rise to witness the very social mores and customs of Murdo’s social circle become the key to unlocking freedom for David and himself. Brilliant.

Murdo to David: “I thought you were naïve, till you made me see that the life I’d always wanted – the two lives I’d wanted – didn’t amount to anything at all. I wasn’t going to have it all. I was going to have nothing.”

The Enlightenment Series as a whole depicts David’s process of maturing, his coming to realize what he truly desires, and indeed can actually achieve in his life. His enlightenment. Murdo in turn grows to realize what is of utmost importance in his life. He realizes his true enlightenment as well. Enlightened together ♥.

I can’t recommend this series highly enough.

Author Bio



Joanna Chambers always wanted to write. She spent over 20 years staring at blank sheets of paper and despairing of ever writing a single word. In between staring at blank sheets of paper, she studied law, met her husband and had two children. Whilst nursing her first child, she rediscovered her love of romance and found her muse. Joanna lives in Scotland with her family and finds time to write by eschewing sleep and popular culture.

 

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Guest Post & Giveaway: Aqua Follies by Liv Rancourt

Aqua Follies

By Liv Rancourt

Release Date: June 15, 2017

Contact: Liv Rancourt (livrancourt@yahoo.com)

ISBN: 0-9985822-2-0

 

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Thanks so much for having me back on It’s About the Book! I’m excited to be talking about my newest release, Aqua Follies.

One thing that sets Aqua Follies apart is the time period in which the story takes place. I picked 1955, not only because the real Aqua Follies were a regular summer event in 1950s Seattle, but also because the ‘50s were such a tough time to be a gay man. Continue reading Guest Post & Giveaway: Aqua Follies by Liv Rancourt

Guest Post & Giveaway: The Takedown by Katey Hawthorne

Author: Katey Hawthorne

Title: The Takedown

Series: Superpowered Love #8

Publisher: Loose Id

Publication Date: June 6, 2017

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Blurb:  Jody Aguirre’s family was kidnapped and tortured by witch hunters, and after a few days of captivity, he’s all that’s left. Using his frosty awakened superpowers, Jody manages to escape—and is rescued from the side of the road by Bren Faulkner’s stretch Town Car. Bren, a hot-thermal awakened with government connections, promises to help find the witch hunters who destroyed Jody’s life.

While navigating his trauma and pain, Jody comes to rely on Bren for more than just food, his house, and his superpowered connections. Brendan is all that reminds Jody what’s left to live for, and a strong advocate for justice vs. vengeance, like the proverbial knight in shining armor he is. As their affection for one another deepens and their attraction becomes impossible to deny, Bren wonders if acting on their feelings would be taking advantage. Jody, meanwhile, struggles to claw his way back to something like normality, knowing that Bren’s part of the solution, not the problem.

But none of it matters if they don’t take down those witch hunters. Continue reading Guest Post & Giveaway: The Takedown by Katey Hawthorne

Guest Post & Giveaway: Dim Sum Asylum by Rhys Ford “Wok This Way”

Thank you for joining me on the Dim Sum Asylum tour! And a huge thank you to the blogs who are letting me rent their space for the day!

Now a little bit about Dim Sum Asylum the novel. It was originally a short story in Charmed and Dangerous, a fantastic anthology created by JCP. When I was invited to contribute, I couldn’t type yes fast enough and so, the original short Dim Sum Asylum was created. Other authors have taken their contributions and expanded on them, delivering full length pieces but I hadn’t planned on doing that… mostly because of time.
Then Lynn West, the Editor in Chief of Dreamspinner Press, said to me; I want that story. One does not simply turn down Lynn and to be honest, I really enjoyed writing Roku. There was a lot about the world and his life I couldn’t fit into the short story and expanding Dim Sum Asylum would give me that chance.
So I folded it into the queue and after a few months of unstitching the short story and weaving in the pieces I’d always longed to put in, Dim Sum Asylum the novel was born. This is my first urban fantasy romance and I had a blast writing it. A lot of romantic tension, a bit of suspense and murder plus a whole lot of magical creatures and fantastical people. Oh…and there’s Bob the Cat.
It is available on June 9, 2017 at Dreamspinner, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online book stores. I hope you enjoy reading the story as much as I loved writing it.

Did I mention this blog stop’s giveaway? Because there is one. Comment and enter to win a $20 gift certificate to the online store of your choice!

This tour is a serialized story featuring Roku MacCormick, the lead in Dim Sum Asylum and will be told over the blog tour stops. AND there is a separate giveaway on each stop so be sure to follow the short story, enter to win and grab a copy of Dim Sum for your ereader or bookshelf!

Wok This Way (A Dim Sum Asylum Short)
Part 5

I was running on fumes.
There was a hint of a nap at the station, a restless hour where I’d fallen asleep on one of the bullpen’s uncomfortable, ancient couches only to be woken up by the day shift rattling about the main room with hot coffee, loud chatter and then regrets for waking me when I sat up, probably looking like one of the risen dead. A lukewarm shower in the Inspectors’ lounge followed by a few shots of sweet espresso and I was on my way, grateful for the spare clothes I kept in my locker.
And still no fucking sign of Arnett.
I left a note for Gaines with his assistant, a hastily scribbled fuck this partner you gave me, Uncle kind of note and headed out. I got a call from Yamada telling me he was hitting the latest crime scene one last time to see if there was anything else he could find out and thanking me for taking the judge on by myself so he could get some sleep.
It was a win-win for me. Yamada, for all his easy-going nature, pretty much is the world’s largest dick if he hasn’t gotten enough sleep or food. I already lacked charm. I didn’t need a bad-cop worse-cop shtick going on when questioning a hedge witch with a casting addiction.
After telling Yamada to meet up with me when he was done, I did a quick stop at Nobu’s for a bento then headed down to the Embarcadero and threw myself into the craziness that was the Yoshinaki Market.
Sitting at the edge of the piers and half a block from the ferry landing, the Market is an odd mixture of swap meet, farmers’ market and prepared food stalls where someone could pretty much get anything they needed if they were willing to pay enough for it. Housed in a series of connected old warehouses, the Market was a throwback from the days of people shopped for their dinner every evening before heading up the hills to their homes, it became a haven for hedge witches about the time I was born after restrictions were lifted on homeopathic spellcraft.
Making Yoshinaki Market the perfect place for a rogue hedge witch like Murgatroid.
“Okay, Stall 431.” I consulted the directory at one of the Market’s many openings. “Okay, over to the left and down to the back.”
I’d have thought at midday the Market would be less crowded but the rain drove people indoors so I was fighting for walking space with mostly tourists and a few staunch locals intent on finding a bargain or maybe something to get their warts to fall off. I didn’t judge. Mostly. I don’t think anyone could blame me for side-eyeing a pink-winged male fae in a yellow Hawaiian shirt, Kelly green cargo shorts and recycled-from-tires chanclas. It wasn’t the outfit so much as the loud cooing noises he made when following a woman I could only assume was his wife based on her dress matching his loud shirt.
I gave them a wide berth and pushed my way down the main walk, counting out the stall rows as I went by. From what I’d seen on the map the stall was essential the first one on row 43, the last walkway in the Market and up against the wall overlooking the Bay. Stall 431 was a prime location, a corner booth with a window, probably a legacy spot inherited by generations of squid taco makers and the first stall everyone who walked down from the Market’s far left door would encounter but there was a hell of a lot of competition. Even though I’d wolfed down a huge bento an hour earlier, my stomach growled at the aromatic steam trails wafting up from the Market’s food row.
“Focus, MacCormick. Find the witch and figure out what the hell she did to those charms. Then you can grab some chow fun.” The guy handing the wok at the noodle place gave me a wink and it was one I readily returned with a grin. He was hot, handsome in a tumble once in the back of a store room kind of way and it was a pity I was on the clock because I was pretty sure we could find someplace large enough to fit both of us. Shrugging ruefully, I called out to him, hoping he wasn’t offended when I continued on to 431. “I’ll be back for some…noodles later.”
I didn’t get a reply so I wasn’t going to hold my breath about that store room.
I’d come down the second walkway so I could get a good look at the stall before I moved in. I heard Murgatroid before I saw her. There was no mistaking her air-raid siren pitched shrill or the cloud of Easter-Egg streaked frizzy blonde hair framing her skinny face. There was nothing of the judge in her features and little rational thought in her wide, dark brown eyes, her vacant stare nearly hidden behind a pair of enormous, rhinestone frames. Dressed in what could only be called early hippie, she worked the front of the stall, attempting to coax customers in to try their tako tacos and from the streams of people going past her, Murgatroid wasn’t having much luck.
“Wait…” I studied the stall’s sign. “Tako? They’re supposed to be serving rainbow-swirl squid. What’s with the octopus? What happened to the—”
“Cop! Randy! It’s the cops!” She screamed at the man working behind the metal stall’s counter. Swirling back around, her skirts flung out in waves around her pale, stick-thin legs and she screeched louder, her voice rising above the Market’s noisy clamor. “I’m not going back to jail! I’ll kill you and everyone else first!”
Then Anges Murgatroid raised her arms over her head, chanting as her hands twisted into an origami fold of fingers and rings, and let loose a curse wild and strong enough to throw the Market into chaos.

Follow the whole story on the Dim Sum Asylum Tour:

June 1 Rainbow Gold Reviews
June 2 Sinfully Gay Reviews
June 5 MM Goodbook Reviews
June 6 Joyfully Jay
June 7 It’s About the Book
June 8 Love Bytes
June 9 The Novel Approach

Dim Sum Asylum by Rhys Ford
Available on June 9 at Dreamspinner, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online book stores

 

Welcome to Dim Sum Asylum: a San Francisco where it’s a ho-hum kind of case when a cop has to chase down an enchanted two-foot-tall shrine god statue with an impressive Fu Manchu mustache that’s running around Chinatown, trolling sex magic and chaos in its wake.
Senior Inspector Roku MacCormick of the Chinatown Arcane Crimes Division faces a pile of challenges far beyond his human-faerie heritage, snarling dragons guarding C-Town’s multiple gates, and exploding noodle factories. After a case goes sideways, Roku is saddled with Trent Leonard, a new partner he can’t trust, to add to the crime syndicate family he doesn’t want and a spell-casting serial killer he desperately needs to find.
While Roku would rather stay home with Bob the Cat and whiskey himself to sleep, he puts on his badge and gun every day, determined to serve and protect the city he loves. When Chinatown’s dark mystical underworld makes his life hell and the case turns deadly, Trent guards Roku’s back and, if Trent can be believed, his heart… even if from what Roku can see, Trent is as dangerous as the monsters and criminals they’re sworn to bring down.

About Rhys Ford
Rhys Ford is an award-winning author with several long-running LGBT+ mystery, thriller, paranormal, and urban fantasy series, including Murder and Mayhem, a 2016 LAMBDA finalist. She is published by Dreamspinner Press and DSP Publications.
She’s also quite skeptical about bios without a dash of something personal and really, who doesn’t mention their cats, dog and cars in a bio? She shares the house with Yoshi, a grumpy tuxedo cat and Tam, a diabetic black pygmy panther, as well as a ginger cairn terrorist named Gus. Rhys is also enslaved to the upkeep a 1979 Pontiac Firebird and enjoys murdering make-believe people.
Rhys’ Blog: http://www.rhysford.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rhys.ford.author
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Rhys_Ford
Rhys Ford’s books can found at Dreamspinner Press (http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com), DSP Publications (https://www.dsppublications.com/) and all major online book stores.

Blog Tour: Liar, Liar by TA Moore

Title: Liar, Liar

Author: TA Moore

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Cover Artist: Anne Cain

Genre: Romantic Thriller

Release Date: 12 May 2017

Buy Links: Amazon UK, Amazon US, Dreamspinner Press

Blurb: Just another day at the office.

For some people that means spreadsheets, and for others it’s stitching endless hems. For Jacob Archer a day at the office is stealing proprietary information from a bioengineering firm for a paranoid software billionaire. He’s a liar and a thief, parlaying a glib tongue and a facile conscience into a lucrative career. He just has one rule—never get involved with a mark.

Well, had one rule. To be fair, though, Simon Ramsey is dark, dangerous, and has shoulders like a Greek statue. Besides, it’s not as though Jacob’s even really stealing from Simon… just his boss and his brother-in-law. Simon didn’t buy that excuse either after he caught Jacob breaking into the company’s computer network.

That would have been that—one messy breakup, one ticket to Bali booked—but it turns out that the stolen information is worth more than Jacob thought. With his life—and his ribs—threatened, Jacob needs Simon to help him out. Or maybe he just needs Simon.

Continue reading Blog Tour: Liar, Liar by TA Moore

Deadly Silence (Blood Brothers #1)

Author: Rebecca Zanetti

Publisher: Forever

Rating: 4.5 stars

Buy Links: Amazon

Type: Book in Series

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Blurb: The first book in a breathtaking new romantic suspense series that will appeal to fans of New York Times bestsellers Maya Banks, Lisa Gardner, and Lisa Jackson.

**THE PRINT EDITION CONTAINS EXTRA BONUS SCENES NOT AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ELSE!

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Under siege. That’s how Ryker Jones feels. The Lost Bastards Investigative Agency he opened up with his blood brothers has lost a client in a brutal way. The past he can’t outrun is resurfacing, threatening to drag him down in the undertow. And the beautiful woman he’s been trying to keep at arm’s length is in danger…and he’ll destroy anything and anyone to keep her safe.

Paralegal Zara Remington is in over her head. She’s making risky moves at work by day and indulging in an affair with a darkly dangerous PI by night. There’s a lot Ryker isn’t telling her and the more she uncovers, the less she wants to know. But when all hell breaks loose, Ryker may be the only one to save her. If his past doesn’t catch up to them first…

Full of twists and turns you won’t see coming, DEADLY SILENCE is New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Zanetti at her suspenseful best.

A Blood Brothers Novel Continue reading Deadly Silence (Blood Brothers #1)

The Bohemian and the Businessman (Story Sisters #1, Blueberry Lane)

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Blurb:

Priscilla Story, the self-proclaimed “wild child” of the straight-laced Story clan, has always had a knack for getting herself trouble. Except this time, her “growing problem” is going to require a Daddy sooner than later…or she can kiss her inheritance good-bye.

Shane Olson, who previously dated Priscilla’s sister, Margaret, isn’t opposed to a marriage of convenience for the sake of furthering his business interests, but Priscilla – with her wild ways – is just about the last woman he’d choose to marry.

In order to make the marriage look convincing, they end up having to spend more time together than they’d originally planned. When rolling stone, Priscilla, who lives by the seat of her muu-muu, and seriously-ambitious Shane, who’s had his whole life planned since he was eleven, start falling for each other, it’s going to take a whole lot of compromise for this Bohemian and her Businessman to find their happily ever after. Continue reading The Bohemian and the Businessman (Story Sisters #1, Blueberry Lane)