Cover Reveals/Blitzes

Release Blitz & Review – Sundays are for Hangovers by K Webster and J.D. Hollyfield


We are so excited to be bringing you the release of SUNDAYS ARE FOR HANGOVERS by K Webster and J.D. Hollyfield. You don’t want to miss this brand new enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy–be sure to grab your copy today!

 

About SUNDAYS ARE FOR HANGOVERS

For nearly a year, they’ve been at war.
Cops. Forks. Eggs.
Two feuding neighbors who couldn’t be more opposite, forced to live next door to one another.
Neither is backing down.

She drives him crazy with her loud nineties rap music.
He gets under her skin the way he obsesses over his stupid lawn.

She fantasizes about having sex with the sexy nerd—but with duct tape over his dumb mouth.
He has dirty dreams of the bombshell beauty where he bangs the crazy right out of her—nightmares of course.
Anger isn’t the only thing heating up between these two.

They think this is a battle only one of them can win…
The growing attraction between them, though, seems to be far more stubborn than the two of them combined.

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Read an excerpt from SUNDAYS ARE FOR HANGOVERS

I stewed all day at work over the kiss that almost led to so much more. She’s making me lose my mind. I even made an error on a calculation and damn near accused the head of the mortgage department of fraud. What an ass I felt like when I reran the numbers only to conclude I was, in fact, wrong.

I’m never wrong.

I yank off my T-shirt and wipe the sweat from my face as I run. My phone is playing some old-school Metallica. The loud, raging guitars not only make me want to pull out my own guitar and start plucking away on some songs, but it also helps pump me up into realizing this morning was a mistake.

Lilith is hot, no doubt.

But I can’t stand her.

How does one want to fuck someone they hate?

I’m just rounding the corner to my street when I nearly trip over my own feet and fall. Lilith, in a black bikini top and a pair of cut-off daisy duke shorts, is washing her cherry-red Mustang in her driveway. The sun is going down, but the sunlight seems to seek her out. Golden strands in her hair catch the light and glimmer. I trot to a stop just to stare.

Fuck, there goes my resolve.

Wet. Bangin’ body. Tits and curves and that ass.

I’m hopeless.

I catch the old man, Mr. Daniels, across the street swinging in his porch swing, a goofy grin on his gray-whiskered face. It makes me want to build a fence in front of her house so he can’t look at her. Being President of the HOA, I could probably even get away with it…

“Yo, Wonka,” she calls out as I near. “You’re looking hot.”

I puff out my bare chest and smirk because at least someone notices all the hard work—

All thoughts are dashed when cold water blasts me in the face.

“Better cool you off!” she yells as she sprays me down.

She shoots my glasses right off my face and I end up dropping my shirt. I don’t stop to pick my shit up but instead chase down the blur who is now running from me while trying to soak me at the same time. I hook an arm around her wet waist but end up stumbling over my own feet since I can’t see where the fuck I’m going. We land in her grass with a collective “oomph.” She’s face down and my dick is conveniently pressed against her ass.

“You live to antagonize me,” I grumble as I bury my nose in her hair and inhale her.

She wiggles and the only thing she’s successful at doing is making me impossibly harder. “You started it.”

“And I’ll finish it.”

I tug at the string on her neck and then the one at her mid back. With a quick pull, I relieve her of her bikini top.

“Oh no, you just didn’t!” she squeals, a loud, adorable laugh escaping from her.

It’s then as I rise to my feet with her top in my hand that I realize my crazy neighbor is getting under my skin. She’s burying herself deep inside of me so I can’t think or focus on anything else. And I’m not sure I want to anyway.

She stands with her palms covering her perfect tits. Her smile is wicked as she arches a brow at me and backs up toward her house. “It’s on, Wonka. It’s fucking on.”

I smirk at her cute, dirty mouth. “Technically it’s off, demon girl.” I sling her top over my shoulder and walk over to collect my glasses and shirt. “Just face it, you’re not winning anything.” I slide on my glasses so I can fully appreciate the swells of her tits barely contained by her tiny hands.

Her back hits the front door and she shrugs. “We’ll see.”

And then she flips me off before slipping inside her house.

But not before me and Mr. Daniels get a nice, quick peek of a perfect tit I’m convinced I won’t see the last of.

Game on, Lilith, game on.

 

About K Webster

K Webster is the USA Today bestselling author of over fifty romance books in many different genres including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, dark romance, romantic suspense, taboo romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her hilarious and handsome husband and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.

Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.

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About J.D. Hollyfield

J.D. Hollyfield is a creative designer by day and superhero by night. When she’s not cooking, event planning, or spending time with her family, she’s relaxing with her nose stuck in a book. With her love for romance, and her head full of book boyfriends, she was inspired to test her creative abilities and bring her own stories to life. Living in the Midwest, she’s currently at work on blowing the minds of readers, with the additions of her new books and series, along with her charm, humor and HEA’s.

J.D. Hollyfield dabbles in all genres, from romantic comedy, contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, fantasy and erotica! Want to know more! Follow her on all platforms!

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Review

4 1/2 out of 5 stars

OMG, this book was so funny! Laugh out loud, snort on the train funny.

Will Grant is a bit of a nerd and a perfectionist. He likes things a certain way, very orderly and routine. He wears bow ties and glasses and audits banks for a living. Oh, and he hates his neighbor, Lilith Hamilton.

Lilith is the opposite of Will. She is really into 90’s rap music, she’s loud and she loves to wash her prized car in daisy dukes and her bikini top, distracting her nerdy neighbor and delighting her elderly neighbor. Oh, and she hates Will.

Will and Lilith have been feuding for a year. Will calls the fire department on Lil on a regular basis. He gives her shit all the time about her yard and how overgrown her plants are. Lil, on the other hand, loves to torture her neighbor.  Their pranks were extremely funny. I’m a bit of a prankster myself, so I could appreciate their pranks – they were highly original and very funny.

Anyway, so Will ends up in Lil’s house after another pranking and ends up kissing the crap out of her, which leads to other things…. Lil and Will are both extremely attracted to one another, despite how much they hate each other:)

Lil is a DJ on a local radio station along with her best friend Daryl, or Big D as he’s known on the radio. Lil has been given a year to “find herself” by her wealthy father, and she really enjoys what she does. It gets even better when she and Will start hooking up and “Wonka” (her nickname for him) starts calling into her show with his crazy neighbor stories, which their listeners just love!!!

Lil and Will both have secrets they are keeping from one another. Will’s is big, and Lil’s is annoying. I hated the storyline with her father. I didn’t find it at all believable or likable. It had a nice wrap up, but it was honestly the worst part of the book.

Will, in all his nerdy glory, was quite the alpha, which I loved. The banter between them was hilarious, and I loved Will’s grandma. Oh, and Will’s cat, Bjork – she’s quite funny too. This book also had a really good epilogue.

This book is really good and I would highly recommend it, especially if you love a) romantic comedy and b) enemies to lovers.

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Fave Five Friday

Fave Five Friday – 5 movies that make me proud to be an American

Welcome to Fave Five Friday! This meme is similar to others – create your post and attach a link in the comments. I look forward to hearing from you!

This weeks topic is:

Five Movies that make me proud to be an American

Memorial Day is Monday, and it’s the unofficial start to summer here in the US. On Memorial Day, we remember those who sacrificed their lives in war for our freedom. I didn’t want to focus on war, because it’s sad, so I thought for this week, I’d do movies that make me proud to be an American. Here we go…..

Apollo 13. So funny story – Apollo 13 blasted off on April 11, 1970, which also happens to be the day my parents got married. This movie celebrates the American work ethic – American engineers helping to get American astronauts back from space after an accident.  I get goosebumps at the end of this movie every time I watch this movie – which is often.

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Independence Day. Yes, this movie is a bit ridiculous, but the scene when the President talks about Independence Day will give you chills.

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Miracle.  This one is pretty self explanatory. The US was an underdog to Russia in the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, NY, and came from nowhere to beat them. The story in itself is amazing, as is the movie.

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The Sandlot. What is more American than young kids playing baseball? Nothing. I’m a girl and spent my summers as a child playing baseball. Plus this movie is set in the 1960’s, a much simpler time in America.

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Patriots Day. A movie that displays a town coming together after a terrible tragedy and hunting down the perpetrator in true American fashion. A tough movie to watch, but a must see.

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What movies make you proud to be American (or your nationality)? Please leave your post in the comment below.

Happy Memorial Day weekend!

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Cover Reveals/Blitzes

Teaser Share ~ Loyal Subjects by Eva Charles

True love requires going all-in.
Mark is ready, but is Emmie?

Loyal Subjects by Eva Charles will be here June 14th!!!

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Allegiance, faithfulness, honor…
Loyalty goes by many names.
Emmie Landon is off-limits. She has a young son, works with my brother Jake, and lugs around enough baggage to fill an entire football stadium. But I can’t resist her long, shapely legs and thick, soft curls, begging to be wrapped around my hands.
Mark Harrington is too-everything. Too good looking, too funny, too charming, too brutally honest, too impulsive. He’s accustomed to getting his way, and never afraid to throw down the gauntlet. So what if I can’t stop thinking about his devilish blue eyes and his lip-smacking happy trail?
He needs someone to love.
She needs someone to love her.
Two seemingly incompatible lives…
Two hearts capable of total devotion.
**Despite being volume five in The New American Royals Series, Loyal Subjects may be read and enjoyed as a standalone contemporary romance.**

About Eva

After being a confirmed city-girl for more than thirty-five years, Eva moved to beautiful Western Massachusetts in 2014. There, she found herself living in the woods with no job, no friends (unless you count the turkey, deer, and coyote roaming the backyard), and no children underfoot, wondering what on earth she’d been thinking. But as it turned out, it was the perfect setting to take all those yarns spinning in her head and weave them into romantic tales.
When she’s not writing, trying to squeeze information out of her tight-lipped sons, or playing with the two cutest dogs you’ve ever seen, Eva’s creating chapters in her own love story.

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ARCs · Cover Reveals/Blitzes

Release Blitz & Review ~ Every Promise You Made

Title: Every Promise You Made
Series: Redeeming Love Series
Author: J.E. Parker
Genre: New Adult Romance

Release Date: May 24, 2018

Red Hatter Book Blog – “Their story is one of the most powerful and emotional stories I have ever read.”

Sheridan – “I think their story will stay with me forever!”

Jenn the Readaholic – “This book was absolutely fantastic.”

Christine Jalili – “This book completely gutted me but also left me feeling like they had so much love.”

Two shattered lives. One final vow. 

Hope

Growing up, I had everything.
A loving big brother, a great family and a happy life.
But then it all changed. Now, my entire world is shattered.
The only thing that still makes sense is how I feel about Evan.
I love him more than anything, but it’s not enough anymore.
I’m tired of chasing after him. Tired of being held at arm’s length.
I can’t live like this any longer.
Walking away will destroy me.
Yet what other choice do I have?

Evan

Growing up, my best friend’s sister was always around.
I took care of her, I protected her. She was my friend too.
Then one night she became more. So much more.
But then all hell broke loose.
I screwed up. I became the reason for her pain.
My mistake ruined everything.
Afraid of destroying what we have left, I keep her at arm’s length.
Fed up with my distance, she’s ready to end it all.
That can’t happen.
It’s time to face facts… Hope is mine.





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J.E. Parker is an American romance author who was born and raised in the great state of North Carolina. A southern belle at heart, she’s addicted to sweet tea, Cheerwine, and peach cobbler.
Not only is J.E. married to the man of her dreams (albeit a total pain in the rear), she’s also the mother of a herd of sweet (sometimes), and angelic (only when they’re sleeping) children. Despite their occasional demonic behavior and bottomless stomachs, J.E. loves her little tribe more than words could ever express.
On the weekends, you can find her sitting on the couch, cheering on (or cursing) her favorite football team, stuffing her face with junk food, and guzzling a bottle of cheap red wine.
When she’s not busy making sure her husband doesn’t burn the house down or acting as a referee for her fighting children, J.E. enjoys reading, writing (obviously), and listening to a wide variety of music.

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Review

4 1/2 out of 5 stars

Wow, this book is deep! So many emotions and feels.

Every Promise You Made is the story of Evan Morgan and Hope Petersen, who have known each other forever. Evan and Ryker, Hope’s brother, have been best friends since kindergarten. They were inseparable. Ryker and Hope are extremely close, and Hope is always around. She’s always felt very close to Evan, and has been in love with him since she was 4.

Evan has been in love with Hope forever as well, but feels like he can’t act on it. The night before he leaves for the Marines, he finally kisses Hope and tells her that she’s his forever. Evan and Ryker had for Iraq where tragedy strikes, and it breaks both Hope and Evan.

Fast forward three years. Hope is now a social worker helping victims of domestic violence in Georgia. Evan lives there too, with Hope. He’s a security guard at the shelter she works at. Hope tries and tries to get close to Evan, but he constantly pushes her away. Until she tells him she’s done trying, and he decides it’s time to man up.

So, I didn’t read the first two books in this series (and I’m honestly kind of glad, because it sounds like they were rough [about abuse]). Not having read them, I wasn’t familiar with all of the characters, though the author did a very good job of filling us in. My biggest complaint, for lack of a better word, is there are SO many characters that it was often hard to keep up.

With that being said, the characters in this book were really great. Grandmama is particular was a hoot. Shelby was great, and the guys were too. I liked the characters, even when I had a hard time remembering who they were!

Back to the main characters – Evan and Hope. Evan was a very broken man. He felt a lot of guilt over what happened in Iraq, and struggled to overcome it. His growth over the story felt real and organic. He sought counseling. He tried to be a better man for Hope. He was a total alpha too, which I loved.

Hope was one strong woman. She spent her time helping women who had been abused, and really didn’t realize the impact she’d had on their lives. She became part of a big, extended family who loved her like she was born into it. And she never gave up on Evan, loving the big guy to the moon and back.

The last 10% of this book – wow. I teared up so many times during the ending. It was so beautifully written and hit you right in the feels. I loved how it ended, and will absolutely read the next book – who I think will be about Evan’s twin brother, Brantley.

While there were tears in this book, there were also quite a few laughs. It’s rare for an author to hit all the emotions, but Ms. Parker did just that. This is a really, really good book and I would recommend it.

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WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – 5/23/18

WWW is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

The Three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


What I’m Currently Reading

Sundays are For Hangover by K Webster. This book is absolutely hilarious so far.

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What I Recently Finished

Every Promise You Made by JE Parker. Very good. Review to come tomorrow.

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Savor You by Kristen Proby. Not my favorite in the series but a good ending to it.

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Hot Asset by Lauren Layne. Very much enjoyed this book.

hot assetIn This Life by Cora Brent. Good story as well.

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What I Plan to Read Next

ARC’s, ARC’s, nothing but ARC’s.

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What is on your list this week?

Happy reading.

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Top 10 Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday – Unique Character Names

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that originated on The Broke and The Bookish. As of January 2018, it moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is book’s with your favorite color on the cover.

Top Ten Unique Character names

Wow, this was a hard topic! I had to think about this one for several hours. Here we go…

Olive Taylor

from To Love Jason Thorn by Ella Maise

Alcide Herveaux

from the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris

Katniss Everdeen

from the Hunger Game series by Suzanne Collins

Myron Bolitar

from the Myron Bolitar series by Harlen Coben

Cotton Malone

from the Cotton Malone series by Steve Berry

November Mayson

from Until November by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Fern and Ambrose

from Making Faces by Amy Harmon

Elvis Cole

from the Elvis Cole series by Robert Crais

Kline Brooks

from Tapping the Billionaire by Max Monroe

Carlotta Wren

from the Body Movers series by Stephanie Bond

Happy Tuesday!

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Cover Reveals/Blitzes

Cover Reveal ~ Knocked Down by Nikki Ash

Title: Knocked Down
Author: Nikki Ash
Genre: Single Dad Standalone Romance
Release Date: June 5, 2018
Cover Designer: Kari March
Griffin
After years of struggling as a single father to make ends meet, I’m finally content.
Until my son and I are barreled over by a puppy and its gorgeous owner.
The dog knocks my son down-literally-while the woman knocks me down-figuratively.
With her adorable accent and her taco-loving t-shirt, she has me reevaluating my life and wondering how content I really am.
Ava
No-strings.
Simple fun.
That’s all I was looking for.
But the day I met Griffin and his son, everything changed.
My walls are starting to crumble, piece by piece, as he and his son chip away at the concrete protecting my heart.
Now I’m questioning everything I thought I wanted, and wondering if maybe, he’s worth the risk.

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