Showing posts from June, 2021

Release Tour for Flag on the Play by Kay Gordon.

Carson Ward goes from star Quarterback to single dad the second his ex drops a newborn off on his doorstep, he needs help, and luckily for him, his best friend’s sister, Abby Lauder is ready to rise to the challenge. But can the two go from secret crushes to dirty diapers and late-night feedings without ruining the walls that have been built or will they realize that love is worth the risk? Readers will swoon for this Best Friend's Sibling romance featuring a sexy doorstep dad. Fall in love with your next book boyfriend with Flag on the Play by Kay Gordon, the next book in the Single Dad’s Romance series. Read Now!  Carson Ward’s life might seem glamorous but he’s a simple guy. He loves football, his family, and spending time with his friends. His biggest flaw might just be the fact that he has a secret crush on his best friend’s little sister and has for years. Abby Lauder is a free spirit and loves seeing life through the lens of her camera. As the photograp

When Villains Rise by Giana Darling Book Blitz

When Villains Rise Giana Darling (Anti-Heroes in Love, #2) Publication date: June 30th 2021 Genres: Adult, Dark Romance, Romance From Wall Street Journal bestselling author Giana Darling comes the conclusion to the Anti-Heroes in Love duet, a gripping mafia romance about the capo who will risk everything to keep the woman he loves safe… I am the hero no one wanted… I was a murderer. One of the cruelest and wealthiest men in New York City. Dante Salvatore, capo of capos. Yet I had one weakness. Elena Lombardi. Cold as ice, sharp as the edge of broken glass, and more beautiful than any woman should have the right to be, she stormed my defenses and razed my life as I knew it to the ground. For her, I would once again play the hero and prove myself worthy of her unconquerable heart. For her, I would change everything. I could have left her to the enemies hounding me, but instead, I made the unforgivable decision to take her with me to the old country. Now, there is no ot

Book Blitz - Hate Notes - Gracie Graham

Hate Notes Gracie Graham Publication date: June 30th 2021 Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult Topher Elliot is high school royalty. The king of Lakeview prep. You know the type. Disgustingly rich. Blond-haired. Eyes the color of a clear, blue sky. And muscles for days. He also happens to be enemy #1, the bane of my existence. Only, now my scholarship is in jeopardy and, like the peasant I am, I must tutor the king himself if I want to graduate. Still, if I have to be around him, I might as well make it worth my while. So I send him a scathing text, telling him exactly what I think about him. But he mistakes me for someone else. That’s when I hatch a plan: get dirt on the king, and watch his reign crumble. It’s about time someone made the king come tumbling down. Goodreads / Amazon — EXCERPT: Now that we were alone, I couldn’t help but wonder if he got my text and what he thought about it. Did it bother him? Did it affect him at all? Or did it bounce right

Back Home to You by Maggie Wild blitz with Xpresso Book Tours

Back Home to You Maggie Wild (Hope Valley, #2) Publication date: June 30th 2021 Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance She’s desperate to get her life straight. He’s struggling to stay true to his dreams. Together, can they whip up the recipe for happily ever after? Harriet “Harry” Belmont feels like a total failure. Returning from San Francisco to England to care for her grandmother after being fired and discovering her boyfriend is married, she’s determined to turn a mess into something vaguely positive. But when her woeful cooking skills send her gran’s dinner up in smoke, the big-city refugee is stunned when the man who jumps to her rescue is a handsome old flame. Jamie Forrest’s love of culinary creations has come back to bite him. Though the small-town chef loves the meal-kit business he built to help others, it’s become so successful he no longer has time to spend in the kitchen. But his stress multiplies exponentially when the woman he saves from a food-prep disaster t

VBT# Finding Family in a Far-Away Land - Amanda Wall

Review: Finding Family in a Far-Away Land - Amanda Wall - March 2021 With adoption being a popular way for families to have children especially those who can't have children on their own or those who wish to open their doors and hearts to children who need a happy family, it makes sense that we need children's books about the topic of adoption. In Amanda's new book, we meet two sisters Priya and Ari who are from India. When they were born, they lived in a poor Indian village. One day their family got sick and died, the girls were hungry and ill themselves and ended up in an Indian orphanage. At the orphanage they were cared for and then one day an American couple came along and adopted the two girls, they fell in love with them straight away and took them to their new home in a far-away land. What I loved about this story was that they took both sisters and the sisters weren't split up as often that can happen with siblings and it is so sad and heartbreaking as it could

VBT# Emma's Quest - T.R Willard

Review: Emma's Quest - T.R Willard - June 2021 As a former children's librarian, I have read a lot of picture books, and some of them you grab as they sound fun and exciting and cute tales but as you read them, you get a fright as it turns out to be a bit of a depressing read and the worst thing is when you are reading it in front of children as you are like um, ok. Do I keep reading or just quickly change to something more upbeat and happier? That is how I felt with Emma's Quest as the book starts with a happy little Emma and then it moved to a sombre part as Emma is an only child and gets a bit lonely. She decides to go for a walk and meets a bunch of different creatures, each she asks if they want to be their friends but then again it turns to very left-field as each animal is worried if they go with Emma, they will be killed and turned into items like snakeskin bags, beef and bear rugs. I have to admit, that this isn't a book I would read to children as I can see