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Wednesday, 6 November 2013

ML Stratton ~ After the storm ~ Blog tour






Alexia “Lexi” Hanson moved across the country to rebuild her life after the attack that almost destroyed her. She enjoys the simple things in her beach cottage. Life is finally complete.

Noah Matthews is Rock & Roll’s hottest star and on top of the world. After years without a break he finds the solitude he craves at his beach house. Enjoying his early morning coffee, Noah is surprised to see his neighbour sneak into his garden and crawl around.

They never saw that fateful morning coming. Someone was watching them. Someone who thought Lexi belonged to him and would stop at nothing to have her.

Lives are changed forever when they meet amongst the blooms in his garden. Even when things seem darkest, there is always light After the Storm.


Music from the book
Troublesome Trio songs:
Fever by Peggy Lee
Don't Cha by The Pussycat Dolls *
Dirrty by Christina Aguilera
I Touch Myself by the Divinyls * 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Noah songs:
She Will Be Loved by Maroon 5
Sunday Morning by Maroon 5
Love Somebody by Maroon 5
The Chemicals Between Us by Bush
Everything Changes by Staind
Breakdown by Steether
   Lexi songs:
Slow Ride by Bonnie Raitt *
Landslide by Fleedwood Mac *
At Last by Etta James *
Finally Woken by Jem
Save Me by K.D. Lang

Lexi and Noah songs:
Lonely In Your Nightmare by Duran Duran
A Long Walk by Jill Scott
Pale Shelter by Tears for Fears
Cross My Heart by George Strait *

Creeper songs:
Secret by Maroon 5
#1 Crush by Garbage
Never Tear Us Apart by Inxs
Everybody Hurts by R.E.M.
Drifter by Siouxsie and the Banshees
Mad World by Michael Andrews

* Mentioned in book


Five Fun Facts:
1. I have eight tattoos, and have plans for a sleeve.
2. I love horror movies and haunted houses.
3. I got my first grey hair when I was 13, and had so many streaks I had to start dying my hair when I was 21.
4. I love Reeces, Kit Kats and Snickers.
5. I love puns. I can drive people crazy with them.  



 Things you don’t know about M. Stratton:
 1. She loves the movie Twister… she can say all the lines along with the actors. She will also use those lines in real life as often as possible.
2. Halloween is her favorite holiday. She starts planning months in advance. She has more Halloween decorations than Christmas.
3. She once made up a monologue about her love of chocolate chip cookie dough for her high school drama class.
4. There are times she thinks she is so funny she has tears running down her face while laughing at herself.
5. She is a smart ass and very sarcastic.
6. Cary Grant is her favorite actor.
7. Reading has always been an escape for her. She can devour a book in hours. When she moved in with her husband she literally donated over 1,000 books and saved over 1,000 for herself. She can reread books over and over again if she loves them. There are some that she has reread about once a year for the past 20 years.
8. She eloped after knowing her husband for only two months in 2006. They are still married, almost seven years later.







M. Stratton is a wife and mother who grew up in a small town north of Chicago before moving to Arizona. She is currently working in accounting for a plumbing company.

M. Stratton has spent years telling herself stories to fall asleep at night before deciding it was time to get them down on paper for the world to see. She currently has eight different stories fighting to be told. Like everyone else she was afraid to put the stories down and send to publishing companies. With today’s Indie market she decided now is the time.





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