Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Release Blitz for Enemies Abroad by RS Grey

R.S. Grey’s next standalone rom-com, Enemies Abroad, is out now! Check it out and be sure to get your copy today!

About Enemies Abroad: 

It’s simple: Noah Peterson and I are enemies. Our fellow teachers know it, our friends know it—even the Starbucks drive-through lady knows it since every Monday she scrawls the name A. Hole for me on Noah’s cappuccino when I pick up the weekly group order.

The shrill whine of the school bell announces the start of each day’s no-holds-barred grudge match. Since neither of us is looking to get fired or thrown in prison, we war with our words and our wits. We prefer banter that bites. All day, I’m on edge, looking around every corner, expecting him to do his worst. Just when I think I can’t take the sight of his (regretfully) handsome face for one more minute, the school day is done.

Summer usually offers the sweetest relief—a two-month Noah detox—but not this year.

“We need two volunteers to chaperone a group of eighth graders in Rome” becomes a game of chicken neither one of us is willing to lose. We both want that bonus check.

“Back out,” I tell him.

“Scared?” he taunts. 

No one thinks it’s a good idea for us to go to Rome together, least of all me. Taking this battle abroad will only lead to mayhem and misery.

DING. Ladies and gentlemen of flight UA447 with service to Rome, fasten your seatbelts.

We’re bound to have a bumpy ride.

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About R.S. Grey: 

R.S. Grey is the USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels. She lives in Texas with her husband and daughter, and can be found reading, binge-watching reality TV, or practicing yoga! Visit her at

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Lisa Kane

4.5 Stars!

I adore this author's stories! She's funny, her characters are usually a little quirky with some sass thrown in and are truly likable. The heroines may be a little insecure sometimes, but they are strong and there's not a doormat to be found. The guys are usually a little bossy, confidant but not obnoxious. The pages of her romances fly as I devour their stories.

Enemies Abroad fits right into my description. Audrey Cohen and Noah Peterson are both teachers at the same middle school. Their classrooms are right next to each other and their relationship-well they aren't exactly enemies but they seem to push each other's buttons. The reader only has Audrey's POV (except for a short epilogue from Noah's) so while we know Audrey's thoughts, we can only pick up on Noah's from Audrey. And sometimes those are way off base. 

When an accident leaves an opening for two teachers to chaperone a three week class trip to Italy, along with a $2500 bonus, both Noah and Audrey show interest. Neither one backs down and they are both Italy bound!

Noah is not your average supervillain. "Radiating kindness" and "using clear and concise communication" will not help me here. I need to know how to set trip wires with dental floss, how to whittle my lip liner down to a shank in fifteen seconds flat, how to survive on a diet of spite for twenty-one days straight.

Audrey is a rigid planner. That's actually putting it mildly. She prefers every minute of the day to be precisely arranged and to follow the schedule. Not possible with nine kids with strong wills. Noah is struggling with his jealousy (Audrey for some reason doesn't pick up on this!) over the Italian guide assigned to the study abroad groups. Lorenzo, the guide, seems to have quite the interest in Audrey.

"Should we set up some ground rules?" he finally asks.

My heart skips a beat then races to catch up. 

"Like what?"

"Like no sleeping with the program director?"

Now it's my turn to hold back a snort.

"Finding your tempted?" I hold my hands in defeat. "Hey, go for it."

Noah doesn't like my cutesy act. 

Nothing like a little competition to light a fire under a certain hero's butt. Audrey is pretty dense when it comes to Noah's interest. She's suspicious of any gesture he makes. I have to say, she got on my nerves. As much as it seemed they shared mutual disdain for each other, really it's Audrey who keeps that going. Noah feeds off of her reactions. The lady doth protest too much. 

"You think I'm going to up and leave you at the airport when we fly back to the States? Check you off my list? Nice knowin' ya?"

It would be impossible for these two not to explore their feelings in the Eternal City. The descriptions of the excursions, the glorious food and desserts and the vibrancy of Rome...just add to this story. 

Enemies Abroad is well worth the trip, think of it as a vacation for your romantic soul without all the pesky packing. 

"It was only a matter of time."

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