Hey everyone! Welcome to my new Blog! My old one (For The Love Of Film And Novels) is currently active and will be until this June.

This Blog still needs A LOT of work haha :) as you can see, but it should be up and ready with all of my old followers from my other blog and other posts sometime in April so yeah just wanted to all let you know and I apologize if there's any confusion! Oh and if you are new, please do follow, any way you can and hope you visit again :)

Monday, December 16, 2013

Blue Lines (Nashville Assassins #4) By: Toni Aleo *Review & Tour-Wide Giveaway*


Opposites do more than just attract in Toni Aleo’s latest Nashville Assassins novel about a very bad boy and the good girl he can’t resist.

The instant Piper Allen sees Erik Titov, she wants him—wants his rock-hard body, sure, but the strength and mystery that lies behind that superstar hockey jock demeanor, too. So when he sidles up to her at a bar and slinks his arm around her waist, she’s lost. What follows is the wildest night of her life . . . followed by inevitable heartbreak the next morning. And then, a few weeks later, a very big surprise: two blue lines on a pregnancy test.

Only a check to the head could make Erik fall for a nice girl like Piper. But since their crazy-sexy night together, he’s been trying to forget about her alluring body by falling into bed with every woman in Nashville, and it’s not working. So when Piper shows up at his house with a baby-bomb to drop, it doesn’t take much for Erik to suggest the nuclear option: marriage. While it’s supposed to be all for show, the second they say “I do,” the ice between them starts to melt into sizzling steam. 

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: Taking Shots, Trying to Score, and Empty Net.

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Author Info
Toni Aleo is the author of the Nashville Assassins series: Taking Shots, Trying to Score, Empty Net, and Blue Lines. When not rooting for her beloved Nashville Predators, she’s probably going to her husband’s and son’s hockey games and her daughter’s dance competitions, taking pictures, scrapbooking, or reading the latest romance novel. She lives in the Nashville area with her husband, two children, and a bulldog.

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Monday, December 2, 2013

A Mini B-Day Giveaway :)

Hey everyone! I know I haven't blogged that much this semester and I hope that changes once I am on winter break. Today is my Birthday, yes it is, and I just wanted to give you all a Mini Giveaway just for my thanks for even stopping by this blog and my old one. I really do appreciate it so this Giveaway is for you and new people who decide to check out my blog :)

- This Giveaway is INT so you can all Enter.
- I am gifting 1 E-Book to Two Different Winners via Amazon.
- I have three different entries and they are not mandatory but be sure to of course do one if you want to be possibly picked by the rafflecopter. 

- This Giveaway will end this Sunday Dec. 8th so if you want, tell others about it too.

Thank you :)

Saturday, November 30, 2013

The Weight Of Words By: Georgina Guthrie *Review & Tour-Wide Giveaway*

Hey everyone! It's been a while since I have posted, I know. Later this upcoming week I hope to post a posting about that. Enjoy this post and my review. I hope I'm not so rusty in writing one because it's been a while. Anyway I hope you follow this tour, purchase the book and of course read because it was sure a pleasure to read! :)

Title: The Weight of Words (Weight of Words #1)
Author: Georgina Guthrie
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: New Adult
Publication Date: November 26, 2013
Publisher: Omnific Publishing
Cover by: Micha Stone and Amy Brokaw
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.

Aubrey Price is in the final months of her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto. Bright, witty and fiercely independent, Aubrey works part-time for the college Dean and has her sights set on graduating with distinction. When she meets Dean Grant’s son, Daniel, the TA in her senior Shakespearean studies course, a shared love of the Bard’s works and an instant mutual attraction draw Aubrey and Daniel together. Unfortunately, a strict anti-fraternizing policy, made more perilous by a black mark on Daniel’s record, keeps them apart.

Against this academic backdrop, Aubrey and Daniel navigate their way through a steamy courtship, their forbidden romance aided, abetted and sometimes thwarted by a colorful cast of friends, family and classmates.

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Georgina Guthrie has been a self-professed book hugger for as long as she can remember. An avid reader and compulsive diarist, she is thrilled to be taking the leap into the world of publishing. GG resides in Toronto, Canada, but she still considers herself a Brit through and through and can often be found roaming the aisles of her favourite British import shop.
A graduate of the University of Toronto where she studied English literature, GG is happy to fill her hours reading and writing, but she’s just as likely to be found enjoying a good film with her husband, dancing around the kitchen with her daughter, or hanging out with friends and family, almost certainly with a glass of red wine in one hand a bag of cheese and onion crisps in the other.
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 My Review
(Thank you to the Author/Publisher for providing a ARC)

First, I would love to applaud the Author for being an awesome writer. I loved this story even more because of the writing. Everything flowed really well. The settings made me feel like I was there, especially the college campus and the areas around that. I loved that each chapter started with a verse or a quote from one of Shakespeare's plays and the story revolving Shakespeare as there is a class about The Bard was pretty nice. I love reading scenes that include a class including Literature ones because it reminds me of my own classes since I'm a college student :) Shakespeare definitely blended into the story well and I love how well it was included so the Author did a great job in doing that. 

Now, the was purely enjoyable. I have not been reading that many novels due to a heavy load of work in my classes this semester, but this story was surely a nice distraction. In a sense I felt that this reminded me of another wonderful story, Gabriel's Inferno, because of the teacher and student relationship and it being located in Canada but this one definitely has it's own freshness to the plot so that also kept me turning the pages. I liked Aubrey as to me she seems like a realistic character that doesn't have a great family life but she puts all her energy into her school work. Her crush towards TA Daniel seems natural and her feelings did not seem over the top, but to me, it just seems natural as we get descriptions including physical ones of Daniel and who wouldn't have a crush on him? I will write that this story goes beyond crushes as Daniel reveals that he likes Aubrey very much but....they got a dilemma with the TA and student thing so they basically cannot pursue a real relationship until fifty or so days pass so this is one of the struggles that they face, will they make it?

Again this story was really great with so many supporting characters including Aubrey's best friends and Daniel's family. They helped me to really get a bigger idea of what Aubrey and Daniel are like. I so did not want this story to end. I think where it stopped seemed appropriate because there are going to being two more books (very happy about this!!!) so after learning about that, I'm good. Everyone who is interested in this book, do read it! I am now looking forward to book 2 & 3 and after you read this so will you :)

My Review: 4.5/5
I say PG-13 (There is Adult language and Adult Content)

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Monday, October 14, 2013

The Gorgeous Girls By: Marie Wilson *Book Excerpt & Giveaway*

Title:   The Gorgeous Girls
Author:  Marie Wilson
Genre: Erotica
Publication Date:  May 1, 2013 by HarperCollins, a Patrick Crean Editions Imprint
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.

Erotica for the thinking woman, this well-written novel interlaces the lives of three women in search of love, sex and adventure. Rose, Con, and Wanda, all disciples of the legendary Dorothy Parker, meet regularly for drinks to share laughter and tears as they recount their romantic and sexual escapades.  From Toronto to Vancouver to Paris, these three jump in and out of bed with an collection of interesting men, discovering along the way some of life’s hard truths, but never without a dash of humour. Featuring shoes, martinis, clothes, champagne, and of course sex, The Gorgeous Girls is a smart, playful and delicious sexual extravaganza from start to finish.

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I have been called a sparkle diva and a glitter critter and a magpie. The fashion world’s current preoccupation with things sparkly is only just catching up to me. Bejeweled shoes, rhinestone pins, twinkling earrings, I’ve been wearing them for ages, darling. Glass, rhinestone, crystal, diamond, zircon, ruby, emerald; I’ve donned the faux and the real, the precious and the semi.

But three days ago I was given the most beautiful bit of dazzle for my finger that I have ever seen: an engagement ring of diamonds and a single sapphire. Yes! Tyler gave me an engagement ring and officially asked me to marry him!

And so began my search for my inner bride, hopefully to uncover the true meaning of holy matrimony.

About the Author

Marie Wilson was born to a paint merchant and an Olympic runner in Vancouver, BC. After studying painting and theatre at UBC and SFU, she moved to Toronto to put herself on the boards. Following appearances on some of Toronto’s best stages, she turned her attention to writing. Marie has published work in a number of magazines and newspapers, including NOW magazine and The Globe and Mail, had a handful of good reviews, met some great people, found love, and birthed a trio geniuses along the way.

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The Only One Release Day Blast *Giveaway*

Sorry I'm just posting this, but check out this lovely novel. I read the The Only Exception and loved it. I hope to read The Only One, so I can write a review, so that is upcoming! 

THE ONLY ONE Synopsis:
Honor student, manager at the campus coffee shop, owner of an impressive sweater collection – Melanie Wilder has it all together. Then John “John Boy” Walden strolls into her life wearing nothing more than an impish grin and all-too-revealing loin cloth.

Soon, make-out sessions replace homework, lust triumphs over work. And to further crumble her perfect world, an unexpected phone call threatens to take away everything she’s worked for. 

Now, as Melanie struggles to pick up the pieces, she realizes that John may be the only one to put her life back together…unless he shatters it first.

**This is not a sequel to The Only Exception. It's a companion novel with two characters from the first book. You don't need to read The Only Exception to understand this book.**

To celebrate the release of The Only One, Magan is placing it and her previous book, The Only Exception, on a "one week" sale for .99 cents each! I have attached a graphic for you if you'd like to help us spread the word. 

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Magan Vernon's Bio:
Magan Vernon is a Young Adult and New Adult writer who lives with her family in the insurance capital of the world. When not writing she spends her time fighting over fake boyfriends via social media. You can find her online at

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Tattoo Thief By: Heidi Joy Tretheway *Release Day Blast* Excerpt & Giveaway!

Sorry I just posted this. I know it's late, but check this great novel out and the giveaway!

Tattoo Thief  Synopsis:
22-year-old Beryl doesn't know why Gavin Slater trashed his penthouse, abandoned his dog and fled the country. But as his house sitter, she must pick up the pieces for the front man of the white-hot rock bandTattoo Thief

When ultra-responsible Beryl confronts the reckless rock star, she wants to know more than just what to do with his mess. Why is he running? What’s he searching for? And is he responsible for the death of his muse? 

New York newbie Beryl must find her footing in Gavin’s crazy world of the ultra-wealthy to discover her own direction and what can bring him back.

Steamy, sassy and tender, Tattoo Thief is a story of breaking from a comfort zone to find a second chance.

Book Excerpt
Setup: Gavin Slater, front man for the white-hot rock band Tattoo Thief, trashed his penthouse and fled the country. His house sitter, Beryl, is stuck cleaning up the mess and must move into his apartment to take care of his dog. But her curiosity drives her to dig deeper to find out why he fled and what can bring him back. 

I’m getting a little obsessed with Gavin Slater because I’m living his life by proxy: his home, his dog, his stuff. I search YouTube and find a video of his interview on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
“So what inspires you? What drives your music?” Jimmy asks.
Gavin looks down at his shoes for a beat, and I can see his biceps flex under a thin, tight T-shirt.
“What doesn’t inspire me?” Gavin grins, and runs a hand through his hair, spiking it even higher. “Life is music, and music is life. Music is the most important thing. And I can find inspiration in the smallest little things, like the way she sighs when she’s sleeping.”
“She? So is there a woman driving this inspiration?” Fallon sits forward, eager for the answer, and I find myself leaning forward too.
“It’s hardly a secret,” Gavin reaches across the host’s desk and taps a CD case with the picture of a woman, lion-scratched and bloody. I recognize the cover art for Beast.
“So you’re taken? That’s what the ladies here want to know.” The camera cuts to a shot of the audience and I hear shrieks from Gavin’s ardent fans.
“I’m taken by her. And I’m taken with a lot of women. Let’s not make anything too official.” Gavin smirks and I sour. Players—they’re not for me.
“So what’ll it take to settle you down?” Fallon nails it, the question I’m sure a million girls are asking. Including me. But a cloud passes over Gavin’s face and for a fraction of a second he looks lost.
“Chemistry,” Gavin says, and plays another bad-boy card with the sex-charged innuendo. “And physics.”
Fallon stutters; not much surprises him. “Physics?”
“Yeah,” Gavin hunches forward, his elbows on his knees. It’s confession time, and I really listen. “Physics. Newton’s third law says, ‘for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.’ And that’s what I’m looking for. My opposite, and my equal.”
I watch as Gavin’s band plays “Peace of Madness” on Fallon and scan the crowd shots for the woman on the CD cover. I don’t see her, but I do see Gavin working the mic, the cords on his neck straining, his jeans hanging dangerously low off chiseled hips. A close-up shot of his pale blue eyes arrests me.
Finally, I close my laptop and breathe deeply, calming my racing heartbeat. Now that I’ve seen Gavin Slater in action—albeit on my laptop screen—I’m even more charged by him than before.
But something runs deeper than lust, though that’s certainly what’s got my chest heaving right now. What is it? Intrigue? Fascination?
I can’t tell if crushing on Gavin Slater is fangirl crazy-talk or some kind of stalkerish need to know. Either way, it’s bad. I can’t understand why he’s gone from a confident player to a freak show, with a trashed apartment, abandoned dog, and scant communication with the real world.
Where the hell is he? It makes no sense.
I resolve to push my fixation to the furthest corners of my mind and focus on my new clients and my growing business.
Not on fixing Gavin Slater. He’s broken.

My Review Will Be Posted Soon!

Heidi Joy Tretheway Bio:

Heidi Joy lives in Happy Valley off Sunnyside Road. She swears she did not make that up.

Heidi’s obsessed with storytelling. Her career includes marketing, journalism, and a delicious few years as a food columnist. Media passes took her backstage with several rock bands, where she learned that sometimes a wardrobe malfunction is exactly what the rock star intends.

You’ll most often find Heidi Joy with her husband and two small kids cooking, fishing, exploring the Northwest, and building epic forts in their living room.

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Friday, September 20, 2013

Freeing (Fading #1.5) By: E.K. Blair *Book Excerpt & Giveaway*


FREEING: a companion novel to the USA Today bestseller, Fading.

Knowing who you are and accepting who you are come at different prices. 

Jase Kinrick grew up in your typical, all-American household. But after the death of his sister, his parents shut down, forcing him to deal with everything life throws his way alone. Terrified of the person he’s discovering himself to be, Jase has his way with every willing girl to try and rid himself of what he fears he is—gay. 

Escaping California and moving to Seattle to attend the University of Washington, Jase frees himself to the reality that he likes men. Never staying with any guy long enough to get to know them, he doesn’t realize that he’s still hiding from who he is until he meets Mark. Scared of having real feelings for another guy stirs up the questions

and fears he’s fought hard to bury. 

To strip away the barriers to the heart of what is real, and to be okay with what lies underneath, will be Jase’s moment of truth. But he’ll need Mark to lead him there.

Coming of Age
New Adult

Sept 13, 2013


Book Excerpt

(Candace Needs Solace)
My head is completely aloof from my sleeping pill. I know I shouldn’t be driving right now, but I just can’t be alone. Lying in my room in the darkness, all I can see is him. All I can hear is his voice. It’s too much, and I need the comfort of my friend right now. I need to be in his hold. To feel safe in his bed.
When the elevator stops on Jase’s floor, I step out and head to his apartment. Quietly unlocking his door, I walk through the darkness to his room. I stop when I see he’s not alone. Suddenly, I feel like an intrusion—selfish.
Going back into the living room, leaving Mark and Jase be, I sit on the couch. I’m still shaking from the fear that was able to overtake me back at my house. Alone. I feel it now. I’m desperately needy, and I’m all alone. It’s selfish of me to think that I can keep coming over here for Jase. Taking from him to comfort myself.
I tuck my knees under my chin as the tears start to flood and spill over. As quietly as I can manage, I cry. I release the loneliness and sadness that begins to consume me. Resting my forehead on my knees, I weep softly. I couldn’t hold it in even if I tried. I can’t be by myself, but I feel like I can’t be here either.
The cushion dips down and when I look up, Mark is next to me. His expression hurts, I hate it. Pity. He would never admit to it, but I see it so clearly. I don’t want him to feel sorry for me, but I don’t have the strength to pull myself together right now. I need support, so I don’t even speak when I lean into him as he folds me up in his arms.
In a weird way, a way I can’t explain, the pain swells and abates at the same time. My cries grow harder as Mark holds me and whispers in my ear that it’ll be okay. I don’t believe him. It can’t be. I wonder if it will ever be.
He allows me to let go in his arms, all the while, never loosening his tight hold on me.
I need it.
It’s my safety.
Time passes when he eventually speaks. “Wanna talk about it?”
Lifting my head from his chest, I see Jase sitting in the chair next to the couch Mark and I are on. He gives me a slight nod before I turn my attention back to Mark and whisper, “I’m sorry. I . . . I just didn’t want to be alone, but . . . I guess I just didn’t think you’d be here. I’m not used to Jase having a boyfriend.” Not knowing what to say to explain my sudden appearance here in the middle of the night, I close my eyes and simply admit, “I’m just so tired.”
“I know,” is all he says when he tucks me under his chin and holds me again.
Before I know it, I am being lifted into Jase’s arms. He hugs me before taking my hands and leading me to his bed. The three of us crawl in.
I finally feel it.
Settled in between the two of them, wrapped in my friends’ arms, I’m protected. If only for this moment—I can breathe.

*My Review Will Be Posted Soon, Sorry!* 

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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Untamed by Jane Shoup *Author Interview & E-Book Giveaway*

Book Description via Goodreads

A love too strong to be tamed: the true story of Tarzan, and the woman who loved him.

In 1908, on a mission to find a new breed of ape in central Africa, an unfathomable thing is discovered – a wild, white man, living amongst gorillas. Local villagers call him matokeo ya utafutaji kwa, the untamed one. 

Joining the team of hunters and trackers searching for matokeo ya utafutaji kwa is Arianna Day, the 21-year-old niece of the expedition’s leader. She catches the untamed one’s eye and, believing she is meant for him, he takes her captive and claims her for his own, body and soul.

When Arianna is rescued, the untamed one is captured, and they are sent their separate ways: the wild man to learn language and social skills he’d long forgotten, Arianna back home to England to try to fit back into her old life. A promising marriage proposal awaits, but thoughts of the untamed one haunts her.

Amidst the backdrop of London in the summer of 1908, as the Olympic Games are hosted and the Franko-British Exhibition is held, the now-civilized wild man returns home, with his original name restored: Sebastian or ‘Zan' Shaffer. He and Arianna are drawn together again only to be ripped apart by social convention and Marshall Derringer, the man determined to have her as his wife. But Zan is not the only one with an untamed heart…

Author Interview

Tell us a little about you : )

Originally from Indiana, I’ve lived in North Carolina for the last twenty years. I have three young adult daughters and work full-time in real estate. The day I know I can support myself exclusively on my writing will be a happy day. It’s my fondest desire.

What inspired you to write Untamed?

I don’t remember exactly what put the idea in my head, but it was a fun notion to play with. I’m a writer who usually figures out the story as I go, but, in this case, a lot was predetermined. Early on, the scene where the ‘Tarzan’ story is leaked to Edgar Rice Burroughs came to me … and it was funny. By that point, I really wanted to write this book.

How long did it take to write?

The first rough draft of a manuscript takes anywhere from two to four months, if I’m able to work on it a lot. But then it’s worked and reworked, worked and reworked. I try to always shelve a manuscript for awhile so that I can come back to it with fresh eyes. As the writer, not only do I know the story but I actually tend to memorize it. The problem with that is that rather than reading what’s right in front of me, I’m reading what I know or what I think is right in front of me. That’s how mistakes get looked over.

Which part of your novel was your favorite to write? Why?

I love the scenes where main characters Zan and Ari are together. In the book, I never claim they’re soul mates, but … they are. When they’re together, there is a connection, a oneness. When he first takes her, she’s is frightened, of course, but it’s so quickly apparent that he doesn’t want to hurt her. Then … uh … everything else happens that happens and both their lives are changed forever.

Back in London, after his reformation and after she’s tried to return to the life she knew, the very second they’re around each other, it’s that electrifying, breath-stealing connection thing again. She sees him from a distance (dancing with another woman) and is barely able to hold herself together. She flees and then immediately falls apart. She doesn’t want to feel all she does – but nor can she stop it. In the meantime, he senses her. He never sees her, but his senses are keen after decades spent in the jungle. He breaks away and goes after her. I love the scene where they finally see each other again. I really love all their scenes together.   

Will you write another book including these characters or is this a stand-alone?

This is a stand-alone. I do have a historical, action-adventure series with romance, that begins with a novel titled Ammey McKeaf. J

Did you have to research, and if yes, how was that process?

Oh, my! Yes. There is always a lot of research even in deciding where to begin a story. Once I have the time period, I have to learn what was happening in the world. Then there’s fashion, speech and manners to get right, the basics of everyday life. With historical fiction of any sort, it’s vital to get facts right. With Untamed, I really wanted the story to have a logical explanation based on an actual historical event. It took a lot of digging, but I found it. 

What do you want readers to get from your story?

I want them to be completely and utterly removed from their real life and transported into an alternate universe of our making. I say ‘our’ because I’ve done the basic architecture, but it’s the reader who fills in the world with color and life and their own imaginings. No two people will picture Zan or any character exactly the same. 

Other Qs:

Is there a place you especially like to write?

There are a few places I usually gravitate to, but once the computer screen is in front of me and my fingers find the keyboard, where I’m working isn’t important since I’m into the scene. I do need certain conditions, though. I work in silence. I can’t have noise or music around me. I could edit with soft classical music as background music, but really prefer silence. I need to be comfortable and have some back support. That’s it. I’m not hard to please.   

What are you currently working on?

I’m perfecting a historical, action-adventure with romance that reads a lot like a western. It’s set in Virginia in 1881, so it’s not a western, but it has that feel. My agent has read it (and loves it!) but isn’t crazy about the title, so it’s still to be determined. This was a formerly released book that’s been totally reworked. It was almost a novella at first, and is now a full sized novel. (90,000 words.) But the main characters and the main story line are still the same. When it was first released in 2005, (as Wright and Wrong, ecataromance named it one of the best historical romances for the year. It’s one of my two personal favorites and it has my all-time favorite male character. I have high hopes for it!

What are your favorite genres to read?

I enjoy action-thrillers, historical fiction of all sorts, mysteries and more. The only genre I really don’t read is horror. I’m always reading something; it’s one of the few ways to get my own voice out of my head. But I try to mix genres from book to book. Occasionally, I’ll stumble onto an author and want to read another and another of their work, but I usually bounce from genre to genre. 

Favorite films that you can see endlessly?

Sense and Sensibility (with Emma Thompson) and Pride and Prejudice. There’s a drama/romance called Firelight that I love and I enjoyed the remake of 3:10 to Yuma. I was dazzled by Lincoln and greatly entertained by Silver Linings Playbook. I want to own both of those. 

Location of place you have never visited, but really want to go to someday?

I want to tour Europe. Scotland, England, France, Italy and Germany. I’ve never had the opportunity to go and I really want to experience it.

Thanks for answering these Qs! :)


It was my pleasure! Thanks for asking.


Originally from Southern Indiana, (born in Evansville, grew up in Newburgh,) I now reside in Greensboro, North Carolina. My day job is that of a real estate agent, although the goal is become a full time writer … who actually eats regularly and pays the bills. I’m exceedingly proud of my young adult daughters, Mackenzie, Allyson and Hayley. They’re lovely and wacky and smart and basically my favorite people on earth.

If I had to describe myself . . . I’d say upbeat, highly imaginative, passionate, restless, easily bored, humorous, stubborn, spiritual and truly blessed.

I love writing. I love getting caught up in another time and place. Honestly – it’s often a disappointment to have to return to reality. My favorite genre tends to be whatever I’m working on at the moment. I write historical fiction, action/adventure, suspense, fantasy and more, all of it with an element of romance to it.


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- This is an International Giveaway!
- Ends September 22nd!
- There Will Be 1 E-Book Copy Given Away (Epub or Mobi)
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