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Friday, 30 October 2015

Lisa Cardiff ~ Confessed ~ Blog Tour

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Revenge will be sought.
Love will be tested.
Lives will be lost.
One minute, I could see my future with Hattie and our baby. The next, moment cured me of the illusion. Vargas blood ran through my veins and regardless of what I wanted, the darkness would always win.
Make no mistake. I will save Hattie.
I will kill every last person affiliated with the Alvarez Cartel. But then, I will set her free…
Because that’s the only way to save her from me.

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After spending years practicing law and a million other things, Lisa decided to pursue her dream of becoming a writer and she must confess that inventing characters is so much more fun than writing contracts and legal briefs. A native of Colorado, she lives with her husband and three children in Denver. When she isn’t managing the chaos of raising three children and owning her own business, she can be found reading or writing a book.
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K.B. Winters ~Timeless Passion Series ~ K.B. Winters

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KB Winters is the author of the brand new Billionaire Romance Series, Plush. She has an addiction to caffeine and hard-bodied alpha males. The men in her books are very sexy, protective and sometimes bossy, her ladies are...well...bossier!
Living in sunny Southern California, this hopeless romantic writes every chance she gets!

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Thursday, 29 October 2015

***Blog Tour*** Dirty Chaos ~ L.A. Corvill

Title: Dirty Chaos
Author: L.A. Corvill
Release Date: Aug 4, 2015
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Chaos is a state of confusion or disorder.
Three babies born on the same night. Thrown together since their first breath.
Being the only girl in the trio takes immense about of strength.
My life has always been a state of confusion and disorder.
Loving one person isn’t easy, it takes commitment, effort, and trust.
Loving two takes patience and prejudice.
Loving three takes my life into complete chaos.

“Once I grew up I learned the dirty differences between
A boy and a girl, as it thrust my life into chaos.”

He pulls onto a dirt road. The lights are on as we head deeper and deeper into complete darkness. It seems that the further we travel the darker it gets. I have to admit, it’s a bit scary. I’m beginning to wonder if it was a wise choice to trust him with my Jeep, let alone my life.

“You aren’t going to kill me, are you?” I ask jokingly, but deep down a part of me is serious.

“If I was going to kill you, I wouldn’t tell you. Just trust me.”

So I do, I do trust him. He pulls into an open field and parks the Jeep. He turns off the engine and switches off the lights. I have to admit it’s fucking scary as shit out here. He steps out of the Jeep and walks around to open my door.

“You want me to step out into complete darkness? What if there are snakes or something?”

“I’ll protect you from them. Now come on, trust me.”

I take his hand and step out. My heart is pounding out of fear. We only take a couple of steps away from the Jeep. It’s cold out here, the only warmth I feel is his hand in mind.

“Look up,” he says.

I look up at the sky and see it, it’s glittering with stars.

“Now just breathe and soak in the peacefulness it brings to your soul,” he whispers.

I turn in his direction, wanting to see him, but darkness is all I see. I look up at the sky and soak in the peacefulness. The stars are mesmerizing. I can literally feel the fear and the ache in my chest being lifted. Another piece of my heart is claimed by the man standing next to me. I don’t know how long we’ve been standing here but I finally look in his direction. I feel his body turn toward me. I feel his warm breath on my cheek. I close my eyes but opened or closed the darkness is the same. I lean toward him, wanting to feel his lips on mine. I feel him pull away, but he doesn’t let go of my hand.

“Kiss me,” I beg. I want it so bad it hurts, but he doesn’t. He brings his hand to my face and runs his thumb across my lips.

“Please, kiss me,” I continue to beg. 

Leli and Aimee are Texas-Natives who reside in the Rio Grande Valley. They work in the medical field and have evolved into New Adult Romance authors. Both share a passion for happily ever after’s. Their love for books helped them decide to pursue their dream of writing. They were scared to start on this dream alone so they team up making L.A. Corvill.
When they are not working or writing, Leli spends her day reading, adding new books to her read list. Aimee spends her time with her kids being a taxi to their various extra-curricular activities and her Ipad is never far from her.

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

***Blog Tour***Jenny Siegel ~ Almost Perfect







Title: Almost Perfect ~ A Good Girl Novel

Author:   Jenny Siegel

Genre:   Contemporary Romance

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For the last three months, Charlie has worked hard to reinvent herself as a good girl. Now living with her boyfriend Dominic, everything is perfect.

Almost.

Charlie thought she had escaped her past, but as more photographs surface, she wonders if it has finally caught up with her? Despite Dominic's assurances that nothing can come between them; the truth isn't easy to accept when it's staring you in the face. Especially when Charlie realizes there might be more to the photos than someone trying to remind her of a life she'd rather forget.

Can she make peace with her past or will it destroy her present?

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***Blitz*** Chasing Forever More ~ J.D. Rivera

Title: Chasing Forevermore (Chasing #2.5)
Author: J.D. Rivera
Release Date: Oct 27, 2015
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Mackenzie... 

After being dealt a hard life, things were finally looking up. I had a wonderful boyfriend and perfect daughter. 

Life was great. 

But at some point, your past always comes back to haunt you, crashing into you when you least expect it. And all you can do is weather the storm, even if it's hell bent on destroying everything. 

Hayes... 

Perfect girlfriend, check. 

Perfect daughter, check. 

All that was missing was Mackenzie sharing my last name. But life is never that easy. And some choices you make can destroy everything. I just pray I didn't fuck up beyond repair. Because I can't live my life without her and I'd do anything to make it right again.

Note: This should be read after reading the novel Chasing the Stars. 
***Novella length*** 

My life was perfect. I had the perfect boyfriend, the perfect daughter—I can honestly say I’d never been this happy in my entire life.

Rolling over, my heart leapt at the sight of my man. Hayes was sleeping peacefully, the sheet flung below his hips, showing off his impressive chest. He had always been hot, but since he came back into my life, he’d gotten hotter, if that were possible. His chest and six pack were very impressive, along with his biceps. But that wasn’t what made my heart leap. It was his new tattoo. A huge star between his pecs with “Harley” written inside. Mac, his nickname for me, was over his heart, but that tattoo had been there for a while.

“Why don’t you stop checking me out and kiss me instead?” Hayes rasped, pulling me on top of him.

I giggled and let my lips seal over his. He immediately deepened the kiss and I sighed. Not only was he great looking, he was also a great kisser, among other things.

“Happy birthday eve,” he whispered against my lips before kissing me again.

“Thanks,” I said, pulling back and looking at the clock on the nightstand. “I better get up and get dressed. Why did I sign up for a morning class?”

“I don’t know, babe. Can I join—”

“Dadddddyyyy!” Harley yelled from her room.

“Never mind.” He sighed and we both got out of bed.

I stood still for a minute, listening to him talk to Harley. Hayes was such a good father. He had been since the moment he laid eyes on her, and it still shocked me. He had always been a player and a big partier, but I guess that just goes to show, if you really love someone, you’ll change.

I headed into the bathroom, brushed my teeth, and took a quick shower before digging out a long sleeve black t-shirt and ripped jeans. I placed my wet hair in a bun and didn’t even bother with makeup. I wasn’t trying to impress anyone.

When I stepped into the kitchen, Hayes was feeding Harley and he had a bowl full of cereal waiting for me. “I didn’t know how long you’d be and didn’t want it to be gross, so I left out the milk.”

“Thanks,” I said, grabbing the milk out of the fridge and adding it to the bowl. After placing it back in its spot, I walked to the table and sat down. I scooped up a big bite and chewed the sugary goodness. “So, what are your plans for the day?”

He shrugged. “Same as always. Although, I was thinking about going over to Carson’s and hanging out before I pick Harley up from the sitter.”

I smiled and shoveled more cereal into my mouth. I’d never actually asked, mainly because I’m scared of his answer, but I’d been worried Hayes only sticks around because it’s the right thing to do. He’d been hanging out with Carson a lot over the last month, and I had overheard Hayes and Carson talking about old parties. Once I heard Carson refer to them as the “good ole days”, I felt that maybe Hayes’ “change” was only because he felt obligated.

I mean, hell, he had replaced me quite easily. When we had reconnected, he had been dating a girl who looked similar to me for several months. Hayes had claimed he dated her because she was as close to me as he could get, but maybe he’d be better off with her. Young and carefree, not strapped down with a child. Stop it. He loves you. He loves Harley. Of course, I knew that, but insecurities died hard.

“Babe, are you okay?” Hayes asked, snapping me out of my thoughts.

I cleared my throat. “Yeah. I’m good,” I said, glancing at him. “I was just thinking about class.”

“You sure that’s all you were thinking about?”

I took one last bite of my cereal and stood before heading to the sink. “I’m sure.” I rinsed the bowl and placed it in the dishwasher. “We still leaving tomorrow morning for your parents’ house?” Tomorrow would be my birthday, the day before Thanksgiving. Hayes had planned a big celebration for me.

“Of course.”

“Since you want to hang out with Carson, I’ll pick Harley up from the sitter after my last class.”

“Babe, I’ll pick her up. I have one class today and I’m only going to stop by his place for an hour or so.”

“Okay,” I replied, then kissed Harley before walking into the living room to grab my bag. “I’ll see you tonight.” I knew it wasn’t fair, he deserved to hang out with his friends, but I couldn’t help the tightness in my chest.

“Are you not going to tell me goodbye?” Hayes asked, spinning me around. “I won’t push you to tell me what’s wrong, but you better at least give me a kiss.”

I smiled weakly, then placed a kiss on his lips. “Sorry,” I whispered. “I’m not sure what’s wrong with me.”

Hayes smashed his lips against mine, giving me a hard, lingering kiss before pulling back. “I love you.”

“I love you, too,” I said before opening the door and leaving.

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Heading to the union after leaving my second class of the day, my cell began ringing.
I smiled at Miranda’s name on the screen. “Hey.”

“Hey, isn’t today when you have that big gap between your second and third class?”

“Yeah,” I replied, weaving in and out of people walking along the sidewalk.

“Brad and I were wondering if you’d like to come have lunch with us. He’s picking me up in front of the union.”

“Yes. I was on my way there anyway. I’ll see you in a minute.”

“Great. I’ll be waiting.”

We disconnected and I couldn’t help the sudden pep in my step. Maybe having lunch with my two best friends was exactly what I needed.

I picked up my pace, walking as fast as I could until I reached the front of the building. Miranda’s long blonde hair waved in the wind, making her easy to spot.

“Hey, you,” I said, coming to stand beside her and placing my arm around her.

“I have missed you,” she replied, wrapping her arms around me. Miranda was my very best friend, aside from her boyfriend and my adoptive brother, Brad. And, of course, Hayes.

“You just saw me like three days ago.”

“I know, but I still missed you.” She looked down the street. “Brad should be here any minute.”

“Okay.” I took a deep breath and tried to relax. I had no idea what had me all messed up inside, but I needed to get it under control. I knew Hayes loved me, and I knew he loved Harley. Maybe it was our impending trip back to Maverick and knowing I’d be there for more than a couple days. Running into my parents was a high possibility…if they still lived there. I was sure Hayes’ parents knew, but I never asked. I didn’t really want to know.

“Here he comes,” Miranda said, stepping closer to the street.

I glanced up and saw Brad’s big black truck pulling up in front of us. I walked closer and opened the back door, pulling myself up and in. “Hi,” I said. “I hope you don’t mind me crashing your lunch date.”

Brad gave Miranda a peck on the lips before turning to face me. “Mackenzie, you know you are always welcome.”

I smiled. “Thanks.” Brad could always make me feel better with just a simple sentence. He was my confidant, and basically, my and Harley’s savior. I had a deep love for him.

“Where do you two pretty ladies want to go?”

“Anywhere,” I replied as Miranda said, “Pasta House. I want lasagna.”

I shrugged. “Fine with me.” Brad nodded and pulled away, but not before catching my eye in the rearview mirror. He knew something was wrong.

“How was class, beautiful?” he asked Miranda, and I checked out. They hadn’t been dating long, but I knew they were it for each other. They were both blissfully happy, and neither of them felt beholden to the other.

I was so gone in my thoughts, I didn’t even realize we had parked until Brad opened my door with a raised brow. “You coming?”

Shaking my head to clear my thoughts, I said, “Sorry. I’m just spacey today.”

“You will tell me what’s wrong. You know that, right?”

I nodded. “I know. But I promise I’m okay.” I looked around, noticing we were alone. “Where is Miranda?”

“She had to pee so she raced inside. Tell me what’s wrong.”

I sighed. “Sometimes I just wonder if Hayes sticks around because he feels like he has to.”

Brad’s eyebrows bunched. “What the hell, Mackenzie? That boy loves you.”

“I know he does. I do. But I feel like I’m making him give everything up. He doesn’t get to have fun anymore.”

“I can promise you he is perfectly happy. You need to stop worrying.”

I looked to the ground. “It’s just—”

“Don’t you dare even go there.” He took my chin in his hand, forcing me to look at him. “You are good enough for him. You and Harley are all he wants.”

I nodded. “I don’t know what’s wrong with me. I just feel like I’m holding him back…with everything.” I shrugged. “Thank you for being here. I don’t know what I’d do without you.” I wrapped my arms around him and closed my eyes as he hugged me back.

“I’m always going to be here, kiddo.” He released me, flashing a smile. “Now let’s go eat. I’m starving.”

J.D. Rivera lives in Oklahoma with her husband and two boys. Her life consists of school projects, homework, cartoon shows, and little league sports. She loves Diet Mountain Dew, the OKC Thunder, costume jewelry, the beach, and reading.