I am excited to announce a blog tour for Breaking the Story. We met Scottie Darden in Merry Mary and her adventures continue in Breaking the Story as a story meant to turn her flailing career around unearths a scandal that could turn the 2016 presidential election upside down. Scottie soon finds herself in a deadly situation. While, Merry Mary introduced us to Scottie, Breaking the Story works as a standalone. Come join the tour! We are offering review stops, guest posts, interviews, excerpts and spotlights. There will also be a tour wide giveaway. ARC’s are available for both Merry Mary and Breaking the Story.
I have read and enjoyed Jenni Moen’s contemporary romances and was eager to try her latest a paranormal romance. Dearborn is a standalone paranormal romance set in the world of Woodland Creek, Indiana. Woodland Creek is a town where the ley-lines attract all types of shifters and supernatural folks. Dearborn drew me in with its magical elements, secrets, romance and unique characters.
Today I am sharing Unraveled by Jennifer Dawson book 2.5 in the Undone series. This novella is best read after Crave and Sinful as it features characters from the book and sets the stage for Debauched, book three in the Undone series. The novella takes place on Valentine’s Day and offers heat, tender moments and the begins of a new relationship..enjoy and be sure to enter to win all three signed books in the series.
Sweep In Peace by Ilona Andrews is the second book in the Innkeeper Chronicles. While the eBook released earlier I held out for the audio. Renée Raudman narrates and I just love the added element she brings to their stories. Sweep in Peace was intense and at times dark, but Andrews sprinkled it with a touch of humor. The listen was addictive and one that kept me up into the wee hours.
When it comes to straight up contemporary romances I find myself drawn to books to contemporary romance series. I thought I would share what is it that draws me to these books. I adore them all from small quaint New England settings to Big Sky Country. Some are sweet and some have heat, but they all have a few thing in common. Grab a cup of cocoa or peppermint mocha coffee and enjoy!
Jen McLaughlin sets Dare to Run, the first book in her new Sons of Steel Row series against the backdrop of Boston, Massachusetts. I was curious after reading the synopsis and the cover sealed the deal. Dare to Run was intense, dark, funny, and full of feels as we enter the world of the Boston criminal gangs and meet our dark hero Lucas Donahue.
He Will Be My Ruin by K. A. Tucker is a standalone suspense that will grab the reader from page one and hold them until the last page is turned. He Will Be My Ruin was brilliantly told through the voice of the protagonist, with a few chapters dedicated to her best friend through journals. Tucker created a riveting suspense that kept me guessing.
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I was totally in the mood for a good thriller and selected, The Nightwalker by Sebastian Fitzek, narrated by Robert Glenister. Both men were new to me, but the synopsis drew me in and I was delighted with this creeptastically twisted tale.
White Trash Zombie Gone Wild by Diana Rowland is the fifth book in the White Trash Zombie series. Hilarious, Intense, and filled with both crazy and heartfelt moments we once again witness Angel Crawford lose her shit and save the day. I absolutely love listening to this series. Allison McLemore narrates and just brings Angel and the other characters to life.