Friday, February 16, 2018

Grace Between Mercy by S. Ferguson


Grace Between Mercy, an all-new dark and gritty romance from S. Ferguson is LIVE!


Once upon a time, killer recognized killer.
Kella is a hunter. It was the only way to survive on the streets—and it feels good. She’s never met a threat she couldn’t handle. Never stalked prey she couldn’t destroy.
And then she met the big, bad Ron Wolfe.
He rules all the darkest corners of this city. And he doesn’t have any soft spots left for little girls. Any pain in his past became armor long ago.
In a town where everyone is hiding something, the only magic is survival.
Fairytales are for children, and happy endings are lies. Some have to learn to make do with glimmers of hope, shining between grace and mercy.


There’s a knock on the door and I grudgingly slide the shoe back on before slowly rising to my feet.

Ron opens the door before I reach it, walking in and quickly closing it behind him. Despite the fact I’ve been on good behavior since my fight with Jake, he still clearly doesn’t trust me. I awkwardly make my way to him until we’re only a few inches apart. Ron inhales sharply when he gets his first full view of my dress as I stand. He lowers his head and I’m disappointed for a moment, thinking he isn’t as impressed as I wanted him to be. I feel like a stupid little girl playing dress up until I realize he’s still looking. He just wanted to take me in one end to the other. He looks at my feet, giving another sharp exhale before his eyes rise to meet mine. There’s a heat in them that wasn’t there before. I know he can see the same in mine despite my efforts to hide it. He looks powerful tonight. He’s wearing a dark three-piece suit, his cufflinks are covered in diamonds, glinting in the crappy overhead lighting. Everything about him screams dominance.

This is a man in charge. This is the Ron of legends. This man will make your life, or break it.

I can’t help but be drawn to him, moving even closer. You could barely fit a sheet of paper between us now. My heels have made our height almost even, it’s fascinating seeing his face this close when we’re not trying to kill each other for once. He inhales deeply, looking me up and down one more time. I don’t know how much he can see, our close proximity doesn’t give his head much room to lower.

“Ron …”I start to speak, unsure of what I want to say. My eyes plead with him for …something …anything.

“You’re too young for this,”he mumbles, never taking his eyes from mine. “Too young for me.”It’s almost as if he’s talking to himself and not me. I decide to speak anyway.

“I’m not too young to kill a man,”I retort, the side of my mouth rising in a smirk. Despite feeling so out of my depth I can’t control my mouth. I see Ron’s nostrils flare and his pupils dilate in response to my words.

“Now’s really not the fuckin’ time to remind me of that,” he grumbles. Despite his noise of protest, his eyes move to my lips. My breath hitches and suddenly I know I want this. Whatever this is.

“Kiss me,”I order him. My smirk turns into a full-blown smile when I see his eyebrows rise in shock at my words. Ron isn’t a man used to being bossed around.

“Let’s get something straight.” He moves, closing the miniscule distance between us, wrapping an arm around my back. He jerks me up against him, his gaze so intense it takes everything I have to maintain eye contact. I can feel the hard, long length of him against my lower stomach and it makes me shudder.

“When we’re like this,” he kisses me once, lightly across the lips, “when we are anywhere.”He kisses me again, this time longer, just teasing my bottom lip with his tongue. “I give the orders. Now kiss me.”


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Cover Reveal: Cake by Carmen Jenner


Cake, an all-new romantic and hilarious standalone from USA Today bestselling author Carmen Jenner is coming March 1st!

Title: Cake
Genre: Rom-com
Cover Design: Ben Ellis, Be Designs
Illustration: Yehuda Devir
Release Date: March 1, 2018

Poppy Porter's ex is getting married ... to her ex-best friend. To land her dream job of partner in the most prestigious firm on the Upper East Side, Poppy must now pull double shifts as their wedding planner and maid of honor. And the icing on a truly craptastic cake? Leo Nass. Handsome, infuriating, womanizer, and … the best man. Despite their longstanding loathing, Poppy doesn't see Leo coming. Literally.
One ruined cake.
One archnemesis.
One hour to save the wedding.
Can they put their hatred aside long enough to save Poppy’s job and Bridezilla's head from exploding?
Piece of cake, right?
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Carmen Jenner is a thirty-something, USA Today and international bestselling author.

Her dark romance, KICK (Savage Saints MC #1), won Best Dark Romance Read in the Reader’s Choice Awards at RWDU, 2015.

A tattoo enthusiast, hardcore makeup addict and zombie fangirl, Carmen lives on the sunny North Coast of New South Wales, Australia, where she spends her time indoors wrangling her two wildling children, a dog named Pikelet, and her very own man-child.

A romantic at heart, Carmen strives to give her characters the HEA they deserve, but not before ruining their lives completely first … because what’s a happily ever after without a little torture?
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The Wrong Kind of Love by Lexi Ryan

The Wrong Kind of Love by Lexi Ryan
Publication Date: February 12th, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance
From New York Times bestseller Lexi Ryan comes a sexy new standalone romance novel about a runaway bride, a single dad who’s sworn off love, and the kind of family secrets that can threaten to break even the deepest bonds.
You never forget your wedding day. Or the moment your twin sister pukes on your bouquet and confesses she’s pregnant . . . with your fiancé’s baby.
I wanted to get away, to hide until my heart mended. I found myself in a strange town with a mysterious stranger whose talented mouth and hands almost made me forget it was supposed to be my wedding night.

Afraid to go home to face my broken life, I pretend to be my twin so I can take her job in Jackson Harbor caring for a six-year-old girl. Imagine my surprise when I find out my new boss is my mysterious stranger—Dr. Ethan Jackson.

I never meant for Ethan to discover my secrets. I never meant for them to matter. But the longer I work with him and his sweet daughter, the harder I fall, and the clearer it becomes that I’m not the only one carrying a secret that could tear us apart.

Get ready to fall for the boys of Jackson Harbor in Lexi Ryan’s sexy new contemporary romance series. These books can all be read as standalones, but you’ll enjoy reading them as a series! 


4 Stars
Review by Jen Skewes

I love Lexi Ryan's writing but I will admit that it has been a little while since I have read a book by her,  but when I read the blurb for this book I knew I had the get my hands on it.  Nic finds out on her wedding day that her twin is pregnant with her finance's baby. So she does what any girl would do, she runs away to a small town, pretends to be her sister and starts her new job as a nanny, the one her sister was supposed to have.  Add in a sexy single dad to all of that drama and I am in!!

Nicole just had her heart completely obliterated when she finds out the her sister is pregnant with her finance's baby.  I think it was more than just finding out he cheated, she's hurt because she is losing her sister, her twin, her best friend and only family.  She knows she can't stay there any more.  She needs to get out of town and start all over.  She takes her sisters purse by mistake and decides the best way to start over is by pretending to be her twin.  She never intended to take the job that her sister was leaving town for.  But she couldn't say no. But when she comes face to face with her new boss, she's thinking that maybe this was a mistake. 

Ethan is a single dad who is broken in his own way.  He's been living his life for the past three years for his daughter but has never really moved on from that heart breaking moment in his life.  When he meets the new nanny, things change.  At first having a nanny that he is so attracted to is not something that he wants but he can't let her go without a back up.  Ethan wants Nic, in ways he does not want to admit. He had never wanted a relationship, being afraid to get too close to someone again. But Nic changes everything he thought he wanted. She bring light back into his darkness.  She makes him feel alive, like he can breathe again. But not only is Nic still meaning her own broken heart she has secrets if her own.  And once those secrets are out things between them may never be the same. 

I loved this book.  For one Lilly completely stole the show.  She had her daddy and Nic wrapped around her little finger. She is a six year old girl who seems wise beyond her years, she's adorable and will just melt your heart.  

Ethan is that hero that you can't help but fall in love with.  Yes he's sexy and all that but it's the little be for his daughter and how much his family means to him that really got me. He is amazing, kind, loving and had his flaws which is what I loved.  He wasn't perfect but that's what made him lovable.  

Nic I admired so much.  She was just hurt by not only the man she was to spend her life e with but her sister. Yes she ran away but I don't think she felt sorry for herself in any way. She's had a rough life but has always managed to look on the right side, try to do good for her and her sister.  Her instant connection  and relationship with Lilly was adorable.  And her and Ethan were just so good together. 

What I loved about this book was the emotions it brought out.  It starts out with the worst possible betrayal and from that moment I was hooked, never wanting to put this book down. The storyline was unique in its own way. There were more emotional moments in this book than I expected but it was a really nice surprise.  The moments when Ethan opened up about his past just about killed me.  I felt for this man and I think in that moment you see how much him and Nic were alike in a way. How much they needed each other and how much they both needed to know that they were enough. Lexi Ryan hit this one out of the park. It's a fantastic start to a series that I know is going to be great. I cannot wait for the next one. 

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“Did somebody hurt you?” My gut knots with the question. You can’t save her, Ethan.
“You could say that.”
I step forward. Maybe that’s why she’s here on this impulsive visit to Jackson Harbor. Maybe she’s running from someone, escaping a home that’s not safe. “Do you have somewhere safe to go?”
“It’s not that kind of hurt,” she whispers. She swallows, and her gaze dips to my mouth. “Why are you so sad?”
Because you remind me of Elena. Because I couldn’t walk away from her either. “I’m just worried about you.” I don’t know if I step closer or if gravity pulls me that way, but in a breath, she’s at my fingertips and my thighs brush her knees.
“Will you do me a favor?” she asks, her attention still on my lips.
“Will you kiss me?”
“Nic . . .” I wait for the excuses to find their way onto my tongue, but they don’t, and I realize I don’t want an excuse to walk away from her. My whole body is warm and my fingers itch to touch her. The only thing I want is my mouth on hers. I want to taste her joy and sadness. I want to know how it feels to have that body pressed against mine.
I’m silent a beat too long, and she winces. “Sorry.”
“Don’t be. It’s not that I don’t want to, but you’re vulnerable.”
“Are you always so noble?”
“If you think my thoughts are noble right now, you’re even more naïve than I feared.” I lean my forehead against hers. Christ. Who am I kidding? She’s asking me to do something I’ve been thinking about since I first laid eyes on her. I couldn’t deny her if I wanted to, and I don’t want to. Not even a little.
I cup her face in my hand and run my thumb along her jaw.
She slides a hand behind my neck. “I like the way you look at me. You make me feel sexy. Wanted.”
“Who made you feel like you weren’t?”
“A mistake.”
“Then he didn’t deserve you.” I lower my mouth to hers, telling myself the kiss will be brief, that I won’t get carried away. But then her other hand joins the first behind my neck, and her breasts press against my chest. Her thighs part, and I step between them in my instinctive need to be closer. A soft moan slips from her lips as our mouths connect.
This girl kisses like she does everything else—with unabashed emotion. She doesn’t hide a thing she’s feeling, and I’m hard even before her mouth opens under mine and our tongues sweep across each other.
I thread one hand into her hair and slide the other up her bare leg, my fingers curling into the flesh of her hip while my thumb strokes her inner thigh. Her skirt is bunched around her waist, and it would be so easy to follow this soft skin up and find her panties. She’s making the sexiest sounds, and I’m dying to touch her, to find out if she’s as turned on as she sounds, but I keep my hand where it is and give her the kiss she asked for. I offer the evidence that she’s sexy and desirable, no matter what some asshole made her think.
The Wrong Kind of Love © 2018 by Lexi Ryan


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Lexi Ryan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of emotional romance that sizzles. A former academic and English professor, Lexi considers herself the luckiest girl around to make a living through storytelling. She loves spending time with her crazy kids, weightlifting, ice cream, swoony heroes, and vodka martinis.
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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Blog Tour: In Harmony by Emma Scott

Title: In Harmony

Author: Emma Scott
Release Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Tagline: “The root of all madness is an unbearable truth...”

In Harmony Blurb

The root of all madness is an unbearable truth…

At seventeen, Willow Holloway’s life was torn apart. The happy, driven girl is gone, and she is left wracked by post-traumatic stress her body remembers even if she does not. When her father suddenly uproots the family from their posh penthouse in New York City to the tiny town of Harmony, Indiana, Willow becomes more untethered and lost under the weight of her secret. On a whim, she auditions for a part in the community theater’s production of Hamlet and unexpectedly wins the role of Ophelia—the girl who is undone by madness, and her love of Hamlet… 

Isaac Pierce is from the ‘wrong side of the tracks.’ The town bad boy. Girls pine for his attention and guys are in awe of him. That he’s an acting prodigy only adds to his charisma. Isaac utterly disappears into his characters; the stage is the only place he feels safe from his own traumatic home life. He wants nothing more than to escape to Broadway or Hollywood, and leave Harmony behind for good. 

No one can play Hamlet but Isaac, and when the director pairs him with Willow in acting class, they clash again and again—neither willing to open their hearts to anyone. But clashing leads to breaking, breaking leads to the spilling of terrible secrets, and soon Isaac and Willow find Shakespeare’s words mirroring their lives. When they are cruelly torn apart, neither know how this play will end—with madness and heartache? Or healing, love, and the discovery of who they are truly meant to be. 

In Harmony is a standalone NEW ADULT love story, and is intended for readers 18 and up. PLEASE NOTE, this book contains sensitive material such as physical abuse, and the aftermath of sexual assault (off the page). Reader discretion is advised.

5 Stars
Review by Jen Skewes

I loved this book.  I am not sure I can even put into words how much or the emotions that went through me while reading it.  In true Emma Scott fashion this book will tug on your heartstrings, pull out every emotion, and make you fall in love with Willow and Isaac. I could not put this one down. In Harmony is a story about two people who are so broken and because of this have constructed a brick wall round them, making it hard for anyone to break down.  He wants to get out of the small town that he grew grew up in and she wants to stay, to start over and find her true self again. Together they slowly knock down each other's walls.  It will break you at times but these two very beautifully broken people will completely capture your heart.  Watching their story unfold as they slowly break down each other’s walls, as they both begin to find themselves, as they fall in love and find solace in each other is so breathtakingly beautiful and heartbreaking all in one. 

Willow was your normal teenage girl, popular, friendly, and happy until one day it was all taken away.  Since that day she has just been living, and nothing more.  That day has left her with nothing, it has X’d out everything in her life that once mattered.  She is set to move from New York to the small town of Harmony due to her father’s job.  Once in Harmony she finds a new friend, meets a boy with a James Dean quality to him and most importantly she finds the theater and acting.  Her role in the play Hamlet has become everything to her.  She needs this play, it’s the one thing that she does not want to lose.  It becomes her salvation, her way of coping.  And in some weird life it begins to resemble everything that is her life right now.

Isaac Pearce is in his own way broken, losing his mother at a young age, and a drunk for a father he has had to fend for himself.  He has a bad reputation at school, and since losing his mother has not really spoken to anyone.  He finds his words in his acting.  When he is on stage you can see and feel every emotion he has pouring out of him.  This is his ticket out of the hell that is his life.  But when he meets Willow, something inside of him changes.  She is just as broken as he is but for different reasons.  But he can see it in her eyes, in her emotions on stage.  He is drawn to her and for some reason finds comfort in her.  He trusts her with his darkest secrets and he knows that she is hiding her own as well.  Neither one of them wanted anything more than a friendship, but they cannot help the magnetic pull that they have towards each other, both physically and emotionally.  Are they both too broken to move on?  Can they both find what they need in Harmony and be happy?

Willow and Isaac both held my heart captive from the moment I met them.  Isaac is this amazing and beautiful boy who has nothing to offer but will do his best to give Willow everything she needs, and he is just the person that she needs to be able to wash all those X’s away and find the light again.  Willow is this beautiful young woman who has been carrying around so much pain.  She has kept it all in, until she meets Isaac.  The moment when they both open up, especially Willow will just break you. 

I cannot express how much I loved this book.  Emma Scott has this amazing way with words.  With each books she writes she continues to blow me away.  With every word written she manages to draw you in, make you feel with the characters, never wanting to let go.  And In Harmony was no different.  I swear with every book she writes it becomes my new favorite of hers.  Her writing is flawless.  Her words will capture you and stay with you. 

In Harmony Excerpt 

“I’m so…not into being with someone right now,” Willow said with a nervous lilt to her words. “Not for a while, anyway.”
I heard a whisper on the breeze, or ever again. A heaviness in her eyes hinted she had lost something and had almost given up trying to find it.
She hasn’t given up, I thought, a fierce admiration welling in me. That’s why she’s doing the play. To find it again.
In that moment, I vowed to try to cut out all the egotistical bullshit and jealousy over Justin. The dance was out of range now anyway. I couldn’t ask her to go even if I wanted to. Which I didn’t. My job was to help her find what she was looking for in Hamlet, however I could. Even as it dented my eagerness to get the hell out of Harmony.
Willow shielded her eyes from the sun and squinted at me. “So what about you?”
“What about me?”
“Do you like anyone?” she asked, her voice a half tone higher than usual. She laughed. “That’s such a high school thing to ask.”
“No,” I said. “If all goes to plan, I’m leaving Harmony, remember? Stupid to start something now.”
“Sure. Makes sense.”
A silence fell.
“Yeah, so I probably won’t go to the dance,” Willow said. “I’m not good in that kind of situation anymore.”
“What kind of situation?”
She shook her head. “Never mind. I should get back.”
Willow started to scoot down off the block. I held my hand out to her to help. She hesitated for a fraction of a second and then took it. I held my other hand out and she took that too. I steadied her as she hopped down and then we were standing face to face. Close enough I could see her pale blue eyes had lighter shards of blue in them, like a topaz. Close enough to smell the sweetness of her breath—coffee tinged with sugar. Close enough to dance if we wanted.
“Thanks,” Willow said, gazing up at me.
“Sure,” I said.
I still held her hands. She didn’t let go.
“So,” she breathed, still not moving.
I glanced down at our hands. I hadn’t touched something this soft and good in ages. The sleeve of her coat bunched up and I spied a black mark on the inside of her forearm, close to her wrist. Willow drew in a breath as I turned her hand over. An X, about the size of a quarter, was stark on her pale skin.
She tugged her hands away. “I really need to get back.”
Every instinct cried out to take her hand again, to ask her what the X meant. To lick my thumb and erase it off her skin. I didn’t know what it meant but the sight of it made my stomach feel heavy.
“I doodle when I’m bored. I told you that.” Her voice was sharp but her smile wobbled. “Let’s go.”
We walked the short distance back to town wordlessly. Back in front of the theater, Willow shouldered her bag and glanced around. “Thanks for today. I think Martin would be happy with our progress.”
“I do too.”
God, would he, I thought.
“So, I guess I’ll see you Monday?” she said.
“You have a ride home?”
“Oh, uh…” She still wouldn’t meet my eyes. “I was thinking of walking.”
“To Emerson Hills?” I said. “That’s a mile and a half and it’s getting dark soon.”
She raised her brows. “I’m not allowed to walk in the dark?”
“You’re allowed,” I said, “but I don’t want you to.”

Author Bio
Emma Scott writes romances with flawed characters, characters with artistic hearts: builders, poets, and writers of various makes and models. And love always wins. Always. 

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Blog Tour: Rough Ride by Kristen Ashley

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristen Ashley comes a new story in her Chaos series…


Rosalie Holloway put it all on the line for the Chaos Motorcycle Club.

Informing to Chaos on their rival club—her man’s club, Bounty—Rosalie knows the stakes. And she pays them when her man, who she was hoping to scare straight, finds out she’s betrayed him and he delivers her to his brothers to mete out their form of justice.

But really, Rosie has long been denying that, as she drifted away from her Bounty, she’s been falling in love with Everett “Snapper” Kavanagh, a Chaos brother. Snap is the biker-boy-next door with the snowy blue eyes, quiet confidence and sweet disposition who was supposed to keep her safe…and fell down on that job.

For Snapper, it’s always been Rosalie, from the first time he saw her at the Chaos Compound. He’s just been waiting for a clear shot. But he didn’t want to get it after his Rosie was left bleeding, beat down and broken by Bounty on a cement warehouse floor.

With Rosalie a casualty of an ongoing war, Snapper has to guide her to trust him, take a shot with him, build a them…

And fold his woman firmly in the family that is Chaos.

**Every 1001 Dark Nights novella is a standalone story. For new readers, it’s an introduction to an author’s world. And for fans, it’s a bonus book in the author’s series. We hope you'll enjoy each one as much as we do.**

4.5 stars
Review by Jen Skewes

“It’s not about goin’ it alone. It’s about finding the right people to share it with who will make it better when it’s good and be there to hold you steady when it’s not.”

When I first met Rosalie Holloway’s character in Own the Wind I wasn’t a fan. But that’s because I wanted Shy to finally admit his feelings for Tabby and his being with Rosalie was a roadblock to making that happen.

Rosie had been Shy’s once. He’d scraped her off, took up with Tab before he really even ended it with Rosalie. Cut her deep. Sent her straight to Bounty. To Throttle. 

Shy broke it off with Rosalie; she started seeing a biker Throttle. Problem was, Bounty was into some bad stuff. Rosalie wanted her man out and she worked with Chaos to try to do that. Only it backfired. Throttle and Bounty found out Rosalie was spying on them. Eight of their members, including her own boyfriend Throttle, beat her so badly her face was almost unrecognizable. She was able to call Everett “Snapper” Kavanaugh, from Chaos for help.
Snapper has wanted Rosalie since she was with Shy. Protecting her has been his mission since she started helping Chaos with Bounty. His rage at finding her bloodied and battered is not going to be contained. Revenge is something Chaos is good at and the beating of a woman-that’s never going to get a pass from them.

“I fell for you when you were Shy’s and if you think that now, when you need me most, now, when I finally, fuckin’ finally got a clear shot, I’m givin’ up, think again, Rosie. 

Rough Ride is Snapper and Rosie’s story. The good, the bad and the ugly. No one could get beat like that and not be scarred both inside and out. Trusting a man-not going to be easy after all of this. Trusting your own feelings for a man, when you trusted two before that man and got burnt both times-going to be almost impossible. Snapper isn’t going to have it easy, finally getting the girl. But for a Chaos man-that’s not exactly news. 

“For years, you’ve had a rough ride, what’s happened recently just the most recent. You’ve been jacked around since your daddy died and I don’t think either man meant to do you wrong but in the end they did. And I’m the man who’s gonna do your right, Rosalie. With me, that rough ride is gonna end, baby.” 

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About Kristen Ashley:

Kristen Ashley was born in Gary, Indiana, USA and nearly killed her mother and herself making it into the world, seeing as she had the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck (already attempting to accessorize and she hadn't taken her first breath!). Her mother said they took Kristen away, put her Mom back in her room, her mother looked out the window, and Gary was on fire (Dr. King had been assassinated four days before). Kristen's Mom remembered thinking it was the end of the world. Quite the dramatic beginning.

Nothing's changed.

Kristen grew up in Brownsburg, Indiana and has lived in Denver, Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus, she's blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her family was (is) loopy (to say the least) but loopy is good when you want to write. They all lived together on a very small farm in a small farm town in the heartland. She grew up with Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched).

Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up.

And as she keeps growing, it keeps getting better.

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