Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Release Blitz for Sawyer Bennett's Foster (Pittsburgh Titans, Book #13)


When Foster McInnis’ ex-wife flakes and he finds himself with full custody of his daughter, the nanny he hires brings a new complication—an attraction he can’t ignore, no matter how hard he tries.

I love being on the ice and am grateful for my hockey career, but the off season is my favorite time of the year because it brings me my one true love—my daughter, Bowie Jane. Between my job and my ex-wife living across the country, the time I get to spend face-to-face with my kiddo is limited, though we make up for it with summers full of fun adventures. We’re thick as thieves and take full advantage of our time together, but the distance away from her is killing me.

My fortunes change when my ex walks away and I find myself with full custody. But with the hockey season looming, I know I’m going to need help taking care of Bowie Jane. Enter Mary Elizabeth Archer—otherwise known as Mazzy. Highly recommended to me through the Titans’ network, Mazzy crashes into our life like a hurricane. She’s unlike anyone I’ve ever met and to say I’m intrigued is an understatement. But no matter how attractive she is, no matter how I crave to know everything about her, I can’t go there. It’s inappropriate. Just wrong, wrong, wrong, even though she might be the most right thing I’ve ever known.

Being the indescribable force she is, there is soon no corner of our lives that Mazzy hasn’t impacted in a positive way. And my desire for more with her becomes far stronger than my misguided idea that I could ever resist this woman.  Our attraction burns hot and keeping our eyes, hands and mouths off one another gets harder by the minute. It doesn’t take long for me to know that I’m all in with Mazzy. She’s my end game and, lucky for me, winning is my specialty.

Grab your copy of Foster directly from Sawyer by shopping the Sawyer Bennett Bookstore!

 E-Book and Audio (audio narrated by Tor Thom and Maxine Mitchell): https://bit.ly/STORE_Foster
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You can also get Foster at the following retailers:

 Amazon: https://bit.ly/49T7DAa
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Not sure if you're ready to commit to Foster? Sawyer's got you covered!

 READ the first three chapters: https://bit.ly/Foster_Chapters

 HEAR the first chapter: https://bit.ly/Foster_Audio

About the Author:

New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author Sawyer Bennett uses real life experience to create relatable stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From contemporary romance, fantasy romance, and both women’s and general fiction, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

A former trial lawyer from North Carolina, when she is not bringing fiction to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to her very adorable daughter, as well as full-time servant to her wonderfully naughty dogs.

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Trinette Dungee's 3 Star Review

The Titan’s are back for another season and continuing to building their roster; with a whole new set of players, next in line fall to get bitten by that love bug is Foster McInnis. The most important person in Foster McInnis’ life is his daughter, Bowie Jane. When he was traded to the Pittsburgh Titans, he went from spending time with her on a regular basis to living on the other side of the country and seeing her in smaller increments and summer holiday. That changes when his ex-wife starts to put her own needs above their daughter’s. Foster now has his daughter fulltime and needs a full-time nanny ASAP. 

Mazzy Archer proves to be just what Foster needs, in more ways than one. She and Bowie Jane have an immediate connection, which is the most important thing; but there’s also a connection between Foster and Mazzy. 

This was a quick read with next to no angst. This was strictly Foster and Mazzy giving into their needs while maintaining the well-being of Bowie Jane. I liked both characters. Despite the fact that he was extremely young when Bowie Jane was born, Foster fell into fatherhood easily and proves to be the balanced parent. Mazzy is secure in who she is, and isn’t afraid to make the necessary moves for her and Foster to be together, while making sure Bowie Jane’s needs are met. What I also liked about this story, is Bowie Jane’s involvement. Bowie Jane was basically written as a third main character. There were times she seemed a bit mature to be ten, but it happens. I loved how Foster and Mazzy communicated with Bowie Jane. There was open dialogue with her.  

Again, this was a very short read. It might not be my favorite Titan’s book, but I liked Foster and Mazzy a lot. This should be added to your summer reading list. It’s definitely a poolside ride. It’s a good pallet cleanser in the event you’ve been reading a lot of high angst and high sex books and need a break. Or if you’ve the passenger on a short road trip. 

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