Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Release Blitz: Tell Me Pretty Lies by Charleigh Rose

TELL ME PRETTY LIES by Charleigh Rose

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Three things my mother acquired when she became engaged:

1. A brand new Tiffany’s ring.
2. A lavish home on Heartbreak Hill.
3. Three privileged stepsons.

The last thing I expected was to fall for one of them, least of all Thayer Ames.
Beautiful, brooding, and untouchable.
I knew it was a bad idea. He warned me himself.
But he was a thunderstorm, and I never could resist the rain.
It was perfect…
Until it wasn’t.
One night was all it took for our world to crumble around us, leaving only secrets and lies between us.
Now, I have to face him again, and the boy I used to know has become the man who loves to hate me.

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Charleigh Rose lives in Narnia with her husband and two young children. She’s hopelessly devoted to unconventional love and pizza. When she isn’t reading or mom-ing, she’s writing moody, broody, swoony romance.

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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Release Blitz: Fast Burn by Abigail Davies


FAST BURN(Burned Duet #1) by Abigail Davies

Release Date: April 1, 2020

Cover Design: Pink Elephant Designs

Photographer: JW Photography

Models: Natalie Herbst & Dan Krogman

Genre: Contemporary Romance





Guys like him didn’t want girls like me.

Or did they?

My life was a battle, one which I was losing.

Each moment I struggled to keep everything on lockdown.

And yet all it took was the man with the enticing eyes to draw me out.

He thought he knew my secrets, but he had no idea the pain I felt.

The torture I suffered.

The agony I held deep down inside where no one else could see.

Dancing had been my only savior.

But now he was too.

The marine who knew the deepest part of my soul.

The tattoo artist who turned my black and grey world into full color.

The man fourteen years older than me.

He’d vowed to protect me. To shield me from the evil I encountered.

But there was a dark cloud hanging over us.

One which promised to rain terror.

The battle had turned into a war, and there could only be one winner.



DEEP BURN (Burned Duet #2)

Release Date: April 20, 2020







Fractured into a thousand tiny pieces.

I’d promised to make it all better.

To heal the blows she’d been dealt.

But she wasn’t the only one living in a nightmare.

I’d tried to forget about my past as a marine, but it echoed in the edges of my mind, chipping away at my sanity.

The violent memories haunted me.

But now so did she.

I’d let my anger take over.

I thought I’d gone too far and destroyed everything.

But she was still there.

Waiting for me.

Waiting for us.

Our pain threatened to eradicate everything around us.

A roaring flame no one could extinguish.

But it was nothing compared to the fire in our souls.

The deepest love always burned the hottest.

And ours was set to ignite an inferno.


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Abigail Davies grew up with a passion for words, storytelling, maths, and anything pink. Dreaming up characters–quite literally–and talking to them out loud is a daily occurrence for her. She finds it fascinating how a whole world can be built with words alone, and how everyone reads and interprets a story differently. Now following her dreams of writing, Abigail has found the passion that she always knew was there. When she’s not writing: she’s a mother to two daughters who she encourages to use their imagination as she believes that it’s a magical thing, or getting lost in a good book. If she’s doing neither of those things, you can be sure she’s surfing the web buying new makeup, clothes, or binge watching another show as she becomes one with her sofa.



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Sunday, April 5, 2020

Review: Sweet Destiny by KC Lynn


Three cups of a long-standing rivalry between two families and a wedding that will force them all under one roof.

Two tablespoons of a bride and a groom whose love is put to the test when they find themselves caught in the middle of it.

A slice of a secret that will change the course of their lives forever. 

A pinch of fate.

A dash of friendship.

A sprinkle of seduction.

Mix together in a large bowl to create a hockey game that turns into a brawl, a rehearsal dinner that ends in disaster, and an unexpected guest no one saw coming.

Bake at 350° for a rich serving of life and a love that transcends lifetimes. A love so powerful it may just be the ingredient needed to end a longtime feud between two families.

A timeless recipe that is sure to fill your heart with a generous helping of Sweet Destiny.

NOTE: Sweet Haven must be read prior to this Novella. If you wish to start at the very beginning you can start with A Recipe for Love, which has Sweet Temptation and Sweet Love but it isn't a must.

4 Stars
Review by Lisa Kane

Jase Crawford is about to marry Samantha Evans. Sam's brother is Sawyer Evans, and he and Jase are fierce rivals. But Jase left the life and career he had to start over and live where Sam had moved. Sam wanted to be near her family and Jase respected that decision. This is a good man.

"I promise to love you until your last breath, Samantha Evans, then I promise to find you again and love you even harder."

There is a touch of the paranormal in this story. Sam has long had dreams of another couple, Rose and Joshua. Lost in another time, their love is doomed. Both Sam and Jase feel the same pull, as if their souls recognized each other from lives previously lived. But will their love also be doomed?

There's lots of family drama and commotion. The Evans' and the Crawford's have long been enemies, the heads of their families being stubborn old coots. Is this wedding going to be a fiasco?

Expect lots of pies and humor and love as well. Familiar characters all come together to celebrate the nuptials of Sam and Jase. The previous characters all mesh together so well and their stories blend together seamlessly.

This is a sweet novella, kind of like one of Grace's delicious pies!

Our souls destined to be one forever. 


Three cups of a long-standing rivalry between two families and a wedding that will force them all under one roof.

Two tablespoons of a bride and a groom whose love is put to the test when they find themselves caught in the middle of it.

A slice of a secret that will change the course of their lives forever.

A pinch of fate.

A dash of friendship.

A sprinkle of seduction.

Mix together in a large bowl to create a hockey game that turns into a brawl, a rehearsal dinner that ends in disaster, and an unexpected guest no one saw coming.

Bake at 350° for a rich serving of life and a love that transcends lifetimes. A love so powerful it may just be the ingredient needed to end a longtime feud between two families.

A timeless recipe that is sure to fill your heart with a generous helping of Sweet Destiny.

NOTE: Sweet Haven must be read prior to this Novella. If you wish to start at the very beginning you can start with A Recipe for Love, which has Sweet Temptation and Sweet Love but it isn't a must.

Friday, April 3, 2020

The Best Man by Winter Renshaw

I didn’t know her name, but I heard her laugh, tasted her lips, felt her warm skin as I held her in my arms. Together we watched our young children playing in the sand, the warm ocean lapping the shore behind them as the setting sun painted the sky. She was my soulmate and this was our life, our beautiful forever … 

Then I woke up—alone in a hospital room, connected to wires and machines. 

There was no wife. No kids. Not a single soul waiting for me. That life I dreamt of … never existed.

I’d been in a devastating wreck, a nurse told me when she rushed in. Comatose for weeks. I’d have a long road to recovery, but I was going to make it. 

From that moment on, the dream haunted me. I saw that woman’s face every time I closed my eyes, searched for her in every crowd, ached to be with a stranger I felt I’d known my entire life … and I swore that if I ever found her, I’d do anything to make her mine. 


Then I found her.

And it was both the best and worst day of my life because the woman of my dreams … was about to marry my best friend.

AUTHOR’S NOTE: No cheating, no love triangles. That’s all I’m going to say … ;-)


Beep … beep … beep … beep …

​I wake to a steady sound, slamming into an unfamiliar shell of a body, which as it turns out is mine. A dreamlike haze envelopes me, and when my surroundings come into focus, I’m met with white walls, white blankets, white machines connected to white wires leading to a strip of white tape on my wrist holding an IV in place.

​I’m in a hospital.

​I try to remember how I got here, but it’s like trying to recall someone else’s dream—an impossible task. And it only makes the throbbing inside my head intensify.

​“My wife …” My words are more air than sound, and it’s painful to speak with a bone-dry mouth and burning throat.

​ “Mr. James?” A woman with hair the color of driven snow leans over me. So much fucking white. “Don’t move. Please.”

​She’s a calm kind of rushed, hurried but not frenetic as she makes her way around the room, pressing buttons, paging for assistance and adjusting machine settings.

​The room fades in and out, murky gray to pitch black, and then crystal clear before disappearing completely. The next time I open my eyes, I’m fenced by three more women and one white-coat-wearing man, all of them gazing down on me with squinted, skeptical expressions, as if they’re witnessing a verifiable miracle in the making.

​I’m certain this is nothing more than a bad dream—until my head pulsates with an iron-clad throb once again, accented by a searing poker-hot pain too real to be a delusion.

​“Mr. James, I’m Dr. Shapiro. Four weeks ago, you were involved in a car accident.” The doctor at the foot of the bed studies me. “You’re at Hoboken University Medical Center, and you’re in excellent hands.”

​They all study me.

​I try to sit up, only for a nurse to place her hand on my shoulder. “Take it easy, Mr. James.”

​Another nurse hands me water. I take a sip. The clear, cold liquid that glides down my throat both soothes and stings. I swallow the razor-blade sensation and try to sit up again, but my arms shake in protest, muscles threatening to give out.

​“Where’s my wife?” Each word is excruciating, physically and otherwise.

​She should be here.

​Why isn’t she here?

​“Your wife?” The nurse with the water cup repeats my question as she exchanges glances with the dark-haired nurse on the opposite side of my bed. “Mr. James … you don’t have a wife.”

​I try to respond, which only causes me to cough. I’m handed the water once more, and when I get the coughing under control, I ask for my wife once more.

​“Has anyone called her?” I hand the cup back. If I’ve been out of it for weeks, I imagine she’s beside herself. And our kids. I can’t begin to imagine what they’ve been going through. “Does she know I’m awake? Have my children seen me like this?”

​“Sir …” The nurse with the dark hair frowns.

​“My wife,” I say, harder this time.

​“Mr. James.” Dr. Shapiro comes closer, and a nurse steps out of the way. “You suffered extensive injuries in your accident …”

​The man rambles on, but I only catch fragments of what he’s saying. Shattered pelvis. Spleen removal. Internal bleeding. Brain swelling. Medically-induced coma.

​“It’s not uncommon to be confused or disoriented upon awaking,” he says.

​But she was just here …

​She was just with me …

​Only we weren’t in this room, we were at the beach—the little strip of sand beyond our summer home. She was in my arms as we lay warm under a hot sun, watching our children run from the rolling waves that rolled over the coastline, leaving tiny footprints up and down the shore.

​A boy and a girl.

​My wife smelled of sunscreen, and she wore an oversized straw hat with a black ribbon and thick-framed cat-eye sunglasses with red rims that matched her red sarong. I can picture it clearer than anything in this damn room.

​I can hear her laugh, bubbly and contagious.

​If I close my eyes, I can see her heart-shaped smile—the one that takes up half her face and can turn the worst of days completely upside down.

​“We’re going to let you rest, Mr. James, and then we’ll order a few tests.” The doctor digs in a deep pocket of his jacket, and then he sneaks a glance at his phone. “I’ll be here for the next eight hours, if you have any additional questions. The nurses will ensure you’re comfortable in the meantime. We’ll discuss your treatment plan as soon as you’re feeling up to it.”

​He tells the nurse with the dark hair to order a CT scan, mumbles something else I can’t discern, and then he’s gone. A moment later, the room clears save for myself and the third nurse—the one who’s done nothing but stare at me with despondent eyes this entire time.

​“There must be a mistake. Someone needs to call my wife immediately.” I try to sit up, but an electric intensity unlike anything I’ve ever experienced shoots up my arm and settles along my back and shoulders.

​The thought of her not knowing where I am sends a squeeze to my chest. What if she thinks I left her? What if she thinks I disappeared? What if she has no idea what happened? And what was I doing in Hoboken when our life is in Manhattan?

​“What’s her name?” Her question comes soft and low, almost like she’s trying to ensure no one hears her. “Your wife?”

​I open my mouth to speak … only nothing comes out.

​I can picture her as vivid as still blue waters on a windless day—but it’s the strangest thing because her name escapes me.

Nothing but blank after infuriating blank.

​“I … I can’t remember.” I lean back, staring into the reflective void of a black TV screen on the opposite wall.

​The nurse’s gaze grows sadder, if that’s possible. “It’s okay. You’ve been through quite an ordeal.”

​She doesn’t believe me.

​“Would you like me to call your sister?” she asks.

​My sister … Claire.

​If I can remember my sister’s name, why can’t I remember my own wife’s?

​“Yes,” I say. “Call Claire. Immediately.”

​She’ll be able to sort this out, I’m sure of it.

​“Would you like me to adjust your bed?” The nurse straightens the covers over my legs. “I’m Miranda, by the way. I’ve been assigned to you since you arrived. I can tell you just about anything you need to know.”

​“Just … call my sister.”

​“Of course, Mr. James. Can I grab you anything while I make that call?”

​I lift my hand—the one without the IV—to my forehead. “Head’s pounding like a goddamned jackhammer. Got anything for that?”

​“Absolutely. Be right back …”

​Miranda hurries out the door, and I’m alone.

​If I close my eyes, the room spins, but I can picture my wife with impeccable lucidity—the square line of her jaw, her heart-shaped lips that flip up in the corners, the candy-apple green of her eyes.

My heart aches, though it isn’t a physical pain, it’s deeper.

​More profound.

​Like the drowning of a human soul.

​I remind myself that the doctor’s said it’s normal to be disoriented, and I promise myself everything will come back to me once I get my bearings.

​The clock on the wall reads eight minutes past seven. The sky beyond the windows is half-lit. I haven’t the slightest clue if it’s AM or PM. I couldn’t tell you what day it is or what month it is for that matter.

​“Mr. James, your sister is on her way,” the nurse says when she returns.

​She hands me a white paper cup with two white pills.

​So much fucking white.

​If I never see white again after this, I’ll die a happy man.

Wall Street Journal and #1 Amazon bestselling author Winter Renshaw is a bona fide daydream believer. She lives somewhere in the middle of the USA and can rarely be seen without her trusty Mead notebook and ultra portable laptop. When she’s not writing, she’s living the American dream with her husband, three kids, and the laziest puggle this side of the Mississippi. 

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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Release Blitz: A Royal Mistake by Piper Rayne

He's not your average Joe from the corner bar. 

He's the heir to the crown. 

I should know, I've followed him for years. 

Not in a stalkerish way. 

Magazines and online gossip blogs are fair game when you're royalty.

But I do know every detail about him, down to the brand of boxer briefs he wears. 

All my studying of the man who plays a starring role in my dreams pays off when I win a dinner with him. 

As if that wasn't enough, he barters a deal with me that has him moving into my spare guest room.  

I forgot that fairytales don't exist though because just as I'm about to get everything I want, including the prince, I find out there's someone in Prince Adrian Marx's life I don't know -- his fiancee

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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Release Blitz: Code Name: Hacker by Sawyer Bennett

Code Name: Hacker (Jameson Force Security, Book #4)
Sawyer Bennett
Release Date: March 31, 2020

I’m not the same Bebe Grimshaw I was years ago. The woman I was spent years behind the bars of the highest security women’s prison in the nation, my punishment for hacking nuclear codes as part of a crime syndicate I’d gotten in way too deep with. The woman I am today doesn’t regret what I did, or the fact that I got caught, but I am remorseful for the years I lost with my son, Aaron. Released from my sentence early thanks to Kynan McGrath, I joined his team at Jameson Force Security and now put my skills to use helping people.

I’m just trying to get back a piece of what I lost, focusing solely on raising Aaron and my work at Jameson. As long as I have my son and my career, I’m content. But life has a funny way of letting you know exactly what you need, and when a devastatingly handsome stranger named Griffin befriends Aaron at the park, I have to consider I might be missing something. A part of me that was locked away long ago reawakens, and I find myself looking at Griff in a way I’ve not looked at a man in more than a decade.

Just when I think things are starting to look up, my world is turned upside down. Turns out that meeting wasn’t an accident, and things aren’t going my way at all.

Griffin Moore is the man sent here to kill me.

4 stars
Review by Trinette Dungee

Bebe made some bad decisions when she was down on her luck. She had a young son and a sick mom to take care of. The decision she made to make some extra cash cost her everything and to save her country she made the ultimate sacrifice. When Kynan McGrath enters her life, he presents her with the opportunity of a lifetime that sounds too good to be true. Now, Bebe is a free woman helping those in need, living with her son and her mother. She’s content with her life until a stranger enters and starts her thinking she might be missing out on one thing in her life. When Griffin enters her life Bebe tries to resist him, but she’s immediately smitten. Unfortunately, Bebe learns that sometimes “too good to be true” is very accurate. 

Griffin has been hired to eliminate Bebe Grimshaw, the man who hired him wants her gone like yesterday. Griffin devises a plan to get close to Bebe but soon finds that eliminating her isn’t something he wants to do. He’s attraction to Bebe and her family is giving him a glimpse of a life he didn’t think have. When he makes the bold decision to reveal his true self to Bebe he has to accept that he may have just signed his death warrant.

Finally, we are getting to Bebe’s story, I’ve been intrigued by her from the start. Aside from being the only female on on the team, she’s a single mom. I love the single parent trope so couldn’t wait to dig in. 

The first introduction is Griff and let me tell you, I WAS NOT a fan. I didn’t like him or the way he was using, Aaron, Bebe’s son to get to her. But, at the same time, there was something so charming about him from the minute he approached Bebe…sigh.

Jameson group is hard at work with one project after another and the latest project that has fallen in their lap is protecting one of the own; savine Bebe’s life. After comes clean about why he is there the team comes together to take down the man who Bebe could send to prison for the rest of his life. 

All of the old characters are back including Dozer. Bebe can’t deny her attraction to Griff and her main confidant is Dozer. Dozer is pretty much a straight shooter. He encourages Bebe to take the chance on a relationship and challenges her to face what really frightens her.

But I’m scared. I mean, what if this doesn’t go anywhere? How do I even begin to explain my past to him? How do I build something with someone when I don’t even know if my past is going to catch up with me in a really horrible way?”

The relationship thing was new to both Bebe and Griff, but Griff didn’t hold back as much as Bebe. Then again, she had her son and mother to consider which made her more hesitant. Griff however seemed to jump in with both feet. What I liked about him was his straightforwardness. He was honest with everyone one involved, including Bebe’s mom and son. He was all in from the beginning and once he was on board with the relationship his loyalty to Bebe never faulted.

You want to know that this is, Bebe? He asks, but I hold still because of the low rhetoric rumble of his voice. “It’s fucking destiny. Our paths crossed, two people who were probably a billion-to-one odds of ever meeting, yet we were supposed to come into each other’s lives at the moment we did. I was supposed to be the one who was sent to find, you and it was supposed to be you that was meant to save, and together? Well, together the world is our fucking oyster is what I’m thinking We’re going to work together-take down the monster who destroyed your life and hurt so many other innocent people. We’re going to do it together. And while we’re at it, were, going to continue to get to know you. I don’t need this case to be over to take it to the next level with you, but if you want to take it slow, just know I’m not fucking going anywhere. So, we can move at a pace that’s good with you. Whatever we decide-we do it together, knowing were together for reason that defies all logic and reason, and I’m not letting this opportunity pass.” I just stare at him, think my ovaries combusted.

Girl, MINE TOO!!! OMG, I practically melted after that speech. I might have started off not liking Griff and gradually warming up to him, but after that, I was team Griff all the way. 

For everything that Bebe’s been through I was happy she was so eager (or as eager as she could be) to embark on this relationship with Griff. Until this book, it was very hard for me to put together a mental imagine of Bebe, finally I have my mental picture.

I’m not an angst girl so I love that angst is kept to a minimum in Sawyer’s books. One of my favorite things about her writing and this book is no different...the situation itself almost because a character…if that makes any sense. 

As always, the peripheral characters add to the storyline. There are old characters that show up and we see how they have progressed, there are characters who have a slight attraction to each other that could lead to something more, there are characters who live lifestyles that let you know when their time comes they are going to fall hard, there’re crossover moments from other series and most importantly, there’s info on the missing Malik that we can’t wait to get!!!!

Oh yeah and there’s always some steamy sex scene that makes you need to fan yourself.

Griff’s hand comes to my jaw and he leans over me, driving in deep. He pulls me up a bit, forces my face around to look at him for what I think might be a kiss. Instead, he just stares, our noses almost touching while he holds himself still inside me. “We need to figure this out,” he murmurs in a liquid tone. “Figured what out?” “How we keep this going after it’s all said and done,” he replies simply before leaning in and giving me a soft kiss.

I’m curious about the book cover. Considering Griff isn’t a part of Jameson and Bebe is and it’s basically her story…why his pic and not Bebe’s or at least one with both of them. That then got me thinking, has there ever been a book cover with a female?  Things that make you go Hmmmmmm.

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Since the release of her debut contemporary romance novel, Off Sides, in January 2013, Sawyer Bennett has released multiple books, many of which have appeared on the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.

A reformed trial lawyer from North Carolina, Sawyer uses real life experience to create relatable, sexy stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From new adult to erotic contemporary romance, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

Sawyer likes her Bloody Marys strong, her martinis dirty, and her heroes a combination of the two. When not bringing fictional romance to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to a very active daughter, as well as full-time servant to her adorably naughty dogs. She believes in the good of others, and that a bad day can be cured with a great work-out, cake, or even better, both.

Sawyer also writes general and women’s fiction under the pen name S. Bennett and sweet romance under the name Juliette Poe.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Release Blitz and Review - From the First Verse by M. Robinson

Release Date: March 24

Dear diary,

Once upon a time…

There was a girl with long golden hair who had the truest, bluest eyes that turned white when she cried.

She lived in a kingdom far, far away in a tower made of stone, but her mind was made of glass that she kept sharp as knives.

Where her memories hid behind her darkest doubts.

Her deepest thoughts.
Her diary became the only thing she could rely on.

No one saw through her looking glass.
No one cared.
No one tried.

Until the villain presented himself as the hero in her life.
He took and took and took some more.

With no regret.
With no shame.
With no apology.

The page never turned.
Their story didn’t end.
Tomorrow never came.
His life of debauchery was their journey to nowhere.

She’d give anything to go back in time.
To walk where she had walked.
To see what she had seen.
One step.
One breath.
One day at a time.
Though in the end, “I love you” were just words.

That destroyed us inside.

4 Stars
Review by Lisa Kane

Cash McGraw is the son of Dylan McGraw, one of the good ol' boys. But unlike his detective father, his passion is for music. He and his father are like oil and water. Neither can understand the other, and Dylan has no tolerance for his son. (I have to admit, up until this book, I loved Dylan, but now, not so much.

Cash's best friend is Harley Jameson. She is like a sister to him and she always has his back. But while they are inseparable, Harley has a love/hate relationship with Jackson Pierce, Cash's arch enemy. So much teenage drama.

Journey Pierce is Jackson's baby sister. She's twelve years younger than Cash, but is enamoured by him. Even as a baby, she adored him. He doted on her and thought her love of music was endearing. But Cash has demons and things boil over with his father.

But he promised Journey he would always be in her life.

"You're going to miss my birthday."
"I'll call you from wherever I am."
"It's not the same."
"I'll send you a gift."
"If I don't get to see you, then I don't care."

But Cash didn't keep his promise. His rise to fame was slow and painful and lonely. But once he joined up with Life of Debauchery, he shot to rock star status and he lived up to the band's name.

The last eleven years of my life moved at a fast pace. I preferred it that way. It was easier to keep my demons at bay. 

Journey is all grown up and at eighteen she's studying in Spain. Fate puts her in Cash's orbit and he can't believe the child he was so fond of is now a gorgeous woman.

Little Miss Thang was here.
Acting like she was grown.
Except now, she fuckin' was. 

There's a reason for Cash's self destructive ways. A moment of selfishness has made for a lifetime of destruction. He may want this grown up version of Journey, but he knows he isn't good enough for her. Will these two be able to find the melody of their lives?

"You were always cute as shit. But Christ, Junie. You're the inspiration behind every love song."

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'Til the Last Lyric 
Release Date: April 21

The completion of Cash & Journey's Story.

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Wall Street Journal & USA Bestselling Author
M. Robinson
loves to read. She favors anything that has angst, romance,
triangles, cheating, love, and of course sex! She has been reading since the
Babysitters Club and R.L. Stein. 

She was born in New Jersey but was raised in Tampa Fl. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D in psychology, with two years left. 

She is married to an amazing man who she loves to pieces. They have two German Shepherd mixes and a Tabby cat.

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