Monday, March 28, 2016

COVER REVEAL: Down on Me (Club 24, #7) by Kimberly Knight

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Down on Me (Club 24, #7) by Kimberly Knight

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Genre: Romantic Suspense

Release Date: April 18, 2016
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It started with a look …

That led to a hot and steamy dance ...

Brandon and Spencer have overcome many obstacles in their relationship including a crazy ex-girlfriend and a college classmate with a scary vendetta. Now a new adventure has begun.

Parenthood.

When Brandon goes back to work, Spencer is left feeling overwhelmed and scared that she won’t be a good mother to Kyle. Brandon knows deep in his heart that she will make a perfect mother because she has been a perfect wife, but he doesn’t know how to save Spencer from her desolations.

How will Spencer overcome her personal despairs to fight for her family? And what will happen when Brandon fears that his past isn’t quite done seeking revenge?

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Spencer Marshall was done moping. After catching her boyfriend cheating with his secretary, she decides to have a girl's weekend in Vegas with her best friend, Ryan. Lady Luck must be looking out for Spencer, because the hottie that has caught her eye at her new gym is on the same flight to Vegas.
Spencer is old-fashioned in the sense that she feels the guy should make the first move, but this hottie hasn’t approached her…until they have one hot dance in Vegas that leaves her questioning his motives.
Will her hottie finally speak to her, or will he continue playing a game of flirtation that may lead to nowhere? And will situations from their past keep them from taking the next step?
Despite what people say, not everything stays in Vegas, especially when you work out every day at the same time and at the same gym.
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Kimberly Knight is a USA Today Bestselling Author that lives in the mountains near a lake with her loving husband and spoiled cat, Precious. In her spare time, she enjoys watching her favorite reality TV shows, watching the San Francisco Giants win World Series and the San Jose Sharks kick butt. She’s also a two time desmoid tumor/cancer fighter that’s made her stronger and an inspiration to her fans. Now that she lives near a lake, she plans on working on her tan and doing more outdoor stuff like watching hot guys waterski. However, the bulk of her time is dedicated to writing and reading romance and erotic fiction.
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Monday, March 21, 2016

Mouth rocks the heart: 25 authors come together to benefit women's heart disease


Title: Mouth Rocks the Heart

Release Date: March 21, 2016

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Mouth Rocks the Heart: 25 authors bring you 24 brand new, steamy stories to help raise money for women’s heart disease!



Christy Dilg - Madam Cougar

Mary Catherine Gebhard - Tied (Owned 2.5)

Dawne Walters & Bo Driscoll - Center Ice

Emily A. Lawrence - Derailed

M.C. Cerny - Twenty

Katherine Rhodes - Now. Forever.

t. h. Snyder - Classified

L.B. Dunbar - The Red Dress Affair

Madison Street - Heated Rhythm

Carter Ashby - To Be Touched

Layla Stevens - What the Heart Wants

Danielle Torella - Tenant Number Seven

Lorraine Loveit - The Dom Bodyguard

Kristen Hope Mazzola - Colt&Serena

Danielle Jamie - Just South of Heaven

Isobelle Cate - Foil

MJ Carnal - Moretti

Tiffany Aleman - Fixing Us

Erica M. Christensen - Dangerous Desire

M.A. Stone - Whiskey Drunk Love

Morgan Jane Mitchell - The Red Door

K.s. Smith & Megan C. Smith - Love Me For Me

Misha Elliott - A Day for Love










Mouth Karaoke Bar and Grill was founded by Christy Dilg in 2013 in the Forbidden Series. Christy decided to have an auction event supporting breast cancer awareness and donating the funds raised to the cause after the fans expressed their interest. The Mouth Rocks for the Cause Facebook event went so well that Christy decided to continue the event every year and to add Mouth in all of her upcoming books and donate portions of her book sales to the charity in that story.  Writing has always been about making a difference to Christy and Mouth is sure to add to that.


This year Mouth Rocks for the Cause will hold its third annual Facebook auction supporting breast cancer in October. The event will last a week but Mouth will be doing other things during the month to raise for the cause such as this wonderful collection “Mouth, A steamy anthology” which will feature almost twenty amazing authors together in a box set of novellas. The proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.





Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Never Too Late By Sloan Johnson Blog Tour

Title: Never Too Late

Series: Home in the Heartland #1

Author: Sloan Johnson

Genre: Adult, M/M Romance

Published: March 7, 2016
Dax: My life ended six years ago. No, really. I was dead on the side of the road following a gruesome motorcycle accident. From what I've been told, it's only because of one stubborn man that I have another chance to make something of my life. I no longer hate him for screwing up what I thought I wanted. I want to thank him. NEED to tell him what his actions mean to me.



Now, I’m headed back to the town I’ve never set foot in even though it’s a huge part of my life. I’m not thrilled about that, but the job offers haven’t exactly been flowing in. They’ll probably think I’m crazy, because there’s no way I won’t be able to look at every guy I walk past, wondering if he’s the one who saved me.



Michael: My entire life, I wanted to save lives. I’d earned a full-ride scholarship and had been accepted to med schools across the country. I was so close to making those dreams a reality until the night held a dying man in my arms. I’ve never been able to get the images of his lifeless body caked in mud out of my head. Even when the paramedics tried to take over trying to save him, I couldn’t let go. I never let go. Eventually, my guilt over not doing more cost me everything but my son. And now, I worry I’ll lose him if I don’t get it together.



I’ve often thought that if I could find him, maybe I could get some closure and finally get my life back on track. Now he’s here and I’m more of a mess than ever. Once the truth comes out, will he keep trying to save me or will he realize that it’s too late?




 4 Stars 

This was a good read. I enjoyed the story and the major characters. The story of a single father finding love again in an unexpected person. A young man finding his way, so to speak, in his career and life. Dax and Michael were both fantastic characters and the over all story was great. There were a few times they both seemed a little...whinny but as you read and got more into the story you could see why they both were that way and it just added to the feelings and emotions of the story. For the most part I loved it BUT there was a little thing with one set of grandparents that just seemed forced, maybe is the word I'm looking for. They were mentioned a few times and it was all fine but then later the grandfather came more into the story and I felt like his part was just tossed in because the author thought it was needed for some drama. I could have read the story without them in it anymore than just the few times they were brought up and not needed more on them. Over all it was a good read and I enjoyed it very much.






How do you choose whether to set a story in a real or fictional town?



This is a question I never really thought about until it was brought to my attention. I know that probably sounds weird, but like everything else, when I start writing, the characters begin to tell me where they’re from.



Now that I have thought about it, I think it comes down to size of the city. If it’s a metropolitan area such as Milwaukee or New York, I’ll often use that to my advantage and weave in details of the actual cities to give the story context.



That’s much harder to do when it’s a small town. Why? Because most of my small town stories are a mashup of several towns. In the case of Never Too Late, there are pieces of at least six different towns spread across three states. It’s the best (and sometimes worst) of all of those locations.



Another deciding factor is that I’ve found people are very protective of small towns. If someone happened to pick up a book set in their hometown, they could easily be upset with how I characterized the setting and residents.



I’m not sure I’ll ever change how I do this, but I will definitely think about it more in the future. Do you prefer books set in real or fictional places?



Sloan Johnson is a big city girl trapped in a country girl’s life. While she longs for the hustle and bustle of New York City or Las Vegas, she hasn’t yet figured out how to sit on the deck with her morning coffee, watching the deer and wild turkeys in the fields while surrounded by concrete and glass.



When she was three, her parents received their first call from the principal asking them to pick her up from school. Apparently, if you aren’t enrolled, you can’t attend classes, even in Kindergarten. The next week, she was in preschool and started plotting her first story soon after.



Later in life, her parents needed to do something to help their socially awkward, uncoordinated child come out of her shell and figured there was no better place than a bar on Wednesday nights. It’s a good thing they did because this is where she found her love of reading and writing. Who needs socialization when you can sit alone in your bedroom with a good book?



Now, Sloan is a tattooed mom with a mohawk and two kids. She’s been kicked out of the PTA in two school districts and is no longer asked to help with fundraisers because she’s been known to lose herself with a good book and forget she has somewhere to be.

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Monday, March 14, 2016

#Poser (Hashtag Series book #5) by Cambria Hebert







Posers gonna pose

I am a man who had nothing, but found everything.

I’ll never go back to nothing ever again.

I vowed to protect her, and that’s exactly what I’m gonna do. 

The pictures I stumbled upon haunt me still, the secret I shoulder is heavy.

They say secrets put distance between two people, but the truth is far more destructive than keeping it will ever be. 

I won’t ever tell. She can’t ever know.

When I look in the mirror my reflection is of who I’m afraid I’ll become and not the man I am. 

It makes me feel like a poser, no better than all the others pretending to be exactly who they aren’t.

How does a man keep it together when everything is unraveling right here in his hands?

I didn’t start any of this.

I never asked for it.

But it came knocking at my door. 

When secrets and threats knock, I don’t hide.

I open the door. 

Because the best way to take down a poser is to be one.


 5 stars 

I LOVE this series and this book did not disappoint. It continued my love of the characters and the series. It had me oooh and awwwing and jumping up. So many things were going on and I never knew what was coming next. It was FANTASTIC! The feelings from Ivy were so real I could completely relate to how she was feeling at times. It is hard to say what I would have done in Branden's place at the end with Zach because I would like to think I am a better person and would have helped but honestly knowing what Zach did (and knowing how a rape survivor feels) I am not sure I would have done anything different. It was not what I expected that was for sure. If you love this series then you want to read this one and if you haven't read any of these books then you want to get them all so you can read them right after each other. 



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