Showing posts from April 3, 2016

Reveiw & Excerpt Tour: The Game Series By J. Sterling


Get ready for the best sports romance you haven't read and the hottest baseball player you haven't met... yet!  
This series has it all-  real life drama, angst, the value of forgiveness, the importance of family, friendship and one epic love story to span the ages. Come read the series with over half a million copies sold worldwide and see why people can't stop talking about Jack F'n Carter. 

TAGLINE: What happens when the hottest baseball player in college falls in love? Sometimes life gets ugly before it gets beautiful.

CASSIE'S POINT OF VIEW- Meet Jack F'n Carter “Kitten.” The deep, sultry voice stopped me in my tracks as my smile faded. I turned toward the source of the voice with revulsion. “You know, I don’t even like cats.” I lifted one brow and fixed Jack with a fierce stare. “Actually, I didn’t know. But I’m glad I do.” He smiled a…

Release Day Blitz w/Giveaway: Counting Stars by Jordan Deen

Book Title: Counting Stars  Author: Jordan Deen  Genre: YA Release Date: April 3, 2016 Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions

Love is a luxury for the weak.

At least that's what Madison Nottingfield’s father always said.

Coming from a long line of old southern money, Madison has come to accept the uncomfortable job of helping her father in his pursuit of wealth and social status. But by the time she turns seventeen, she’s grown weary of being her father’s favorite way to gain power and prestige.

After being nominated to one of the few debutante positions in her affluent country club, Madison thinks her life’s about to hit easy street. If she can learn to stand on her own two feet, she wouldn't need to succumb to her father's whims. For once, she can do what she’s always dreamed of doing; she can’t wait to move forward with her secret plans of ditching her ballet slippers to sing at the year-end talent show—the most important event of the entire year.

All of Madison’s hard work …

New Release Blitz w/Giveaway: After the Scrum by Dahlia Donovan

Two men, so different, on track for a romantic collision. Can they survive the impact? Title: After the Scrum Author: Dahlia Donovan Genre:Sweet M/M Contemporary Romance, Sport/Rugby Release Date:April 1, 2016
Publisher:Hot Tree Publishing Designer:Claire Smith Caddock ‘The Brute’ Stanford lost his brother and rugby career within the same year. The once man-about-town is now a has-been and guardian to his young nephew. Not sure where life will go after the scrum, he decides to purchase a pub in the Cornwall village of Looe. He never expects to fall in lust—and then love.
Francis Keen hides his crippling anxiety behind his eccentric habits, lush interior design, and beloved dog, Sherlock. Alone by choice after an attack in college left him emotionally scarred, he lives by the sea with his gran, resigned to working small jobs for local businesses. Revamping the pub for the new owner is right up his alley—especially when he realizes who the owner is.
Two men, so different, on track for a romant…

Blog Tour w/Giveaway: Bertie by Shanna Hatfield

Bertie by Shanna Hatfield Series: Pendelton Petticoats, #6 Genre: Sweet Historical Western Romance Release Date: April 7, 2016

A celebration of a new sweet historical romance by Shanna Hatfield 
USA Today Bestselling Author Shanna Hatfield writes character-driven romances with realistic heroes and heroines. Her historical westerns have been described as “reminiscent of the era captured by Bonanza and The Virginian” while her contemporary works have been called “laugh-out-loud funny, and a little heart-pumping sexy without being explicit in any way.”
Welcome, Shanna!

Thank you for hosting me today. It's such a pleasure to be here with you and your readers!

What is your favorite quote, by whom, and why?
“It’s not the things we do in life that we regret on our death bed, it is the thing we do not,” by Randy Pausch. I highly recommend reading Randy’s book, The Last Lecture. If you are looking for inspiration, you’ll find it there. I love this particular quote because it is so true. It isn’t t…