Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Blog tour: The Rise of Fortune and Fury by Sawyer Bennett

From New York Times Bestselling Author Sawyer Bennett comes the Chronicles of the Stone Veil, a five book urban fantasy/paranormal romance series. A departure from contemporary romance, the Chronicles of the Stone Veil is a return to fantasy/paranormal romance, where Sawyer started her fiction publishing journey. Readers can expect to find all the elements they love from Sawyer’s books—strong heroines, alpha heroes, and an epic romance—with a fantastical element to add to their reading experience. You can get the fifth, and final, book in the series, The Rise of Fortune and Fury, now!

Details for the Chronicles of the Stone Veil series are below:


You can start the series today with The Revelation of Light and Dark.

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5 Stars!
Review by Trinette Dungee

Things I don’t do when it comes to books/reading: 

Cliffhangers: I hate them (I barely tolerate them in TV shows), and I try to stay as far away from them as possible when until every book in the series has been released. 

Paranormal/Fantasy/Sci-fi: I love watching this genre but reading it…not so much.

Crying: I might get a little choked up, my heart might get a little tight, I might even tear up, but actually bawl crying…nope. I can count on one hand and have fingers left over the amount of times it’s happened. 

Emotionally Eat: I’m not an emotional eater at all so seeking comfort food after finishing a book…simply unheard of. 

Things I’ve done with this series: 

Cliffhanger: Loved every minute of it and couldn’t wait for the next book. 

Paranormal/Fantasy/Sci-fi: I was sucked in immediately and loved every minute of it. I’m hoping there will be spin-off storylines, I can’t wait to read more.

Crying: Literally bawled my eyes out at one point. Honestly, I was probably the silliest moment in the book to do it, but the tears just poured. 

Emotionally Eat: When I finished this book, the only thing that could soothe me was my guilty pleasure, Tostitos and queso and a cold soda.

Emotionally invested from beginning to end!!!

“Life is fragile…. No stronger than glass. And it seems from the moment I met you in this lifetime, that was something you inherently accepted. You lost your parents, and you understood how fleeting it all is. The strength you’ve shown these last few months, especially after learning about this sacrifice you’ll have to bear, is greater than some of history’s bravest warriors. Time and time again, you’ve acknowledged that fate will ot take a backseat, and you’ve faced it head-on with not only brute confidence, but also with a graciousness that comes from the beauty of your heart. It’s because your heart is so fucking big and loves to goddamned generously that you’ve been marching forward to greet your destiny without ever taking a moment to be scared. And you I’m here for it. I’m here to shoulder the burden with you. I’ll take on all of your worries, pain, and fear if you’ll let me. I will continually remind you that you brought a demi-god to his knees time and time again, and you are more magnificent that all the gods put together. It’s with that knowledge I know I’ll have to let you go until I find that shining start again. Until then, I hope it’s enough that I will be by your side every step of the way and if the fates are kin to us, hopefully I’ll be holding you as you leave this world to wait for you in the next”

Totally gutted me!!!

I finished this book on Monday, here it is Sunday…. I’m still not right!! 

The last book left us with the Scooby Gang going their separate ways to protect the blood stone they obtained, learning what really happened to Arwen, realizing that Pike was douche, and learning of Finley’s true link to Carrick. 

This book was EVERYTHING! The final showdown, the prophecy come to light, the battle between Finley and Kymaris. Friends became enemies, enemies became friends, alliances were formed, lives were lost, and the Gods weren’t as “hands-off” as initially thought. We are introduced to a few new characters and learned more about some older characters. This book was a nail biter, the momentum matched, if not exceeded the previous books and the characters have grown with each book and by this one, they are phenomenal. 

While the battle itself is amazing, it’s the before and the after the battle that packs the most punch. This is literally a countdown to the beginning of the end. It’s the realization on Finley’s part that even though she will eventually return, it’s likely that she won’t survive the battle. As a reader, I couldn’t help but to wonder if the actual “ultimate sacrificing” on Finley’s part isn’t her giving up her life. Could it be that she may have to sacrifice Carrick or someone else she loves? We learned from Lucien, that a demi-god can be taken away. Then there is also Carrick’s initial wish to ascend. Maybe it will be him who doesn’t survive. I also think back to her fight training when Deandra used an imagined Rainey to force Finley to fully use her powers; she might have to sacrifice Rainey or Myles. So many possibilities. 

We get to truly meet Finley’s sister Zora and learn more about her life and her part in the prophecy. Based on Zora’s initial reaction to Finley, I wasn’t sure if she would be friend or foe. I definitely didn’t expect to like her as much as I did. Zora also had to face betrayals, and with guidance from Finley, begins to understand what emotions are and most importantly, she learned what it was to love. 

This book literally had my adrenalin pumping. By the time the battle started, I was physically ready to jump in! Think, “Avengers Assemble!”. Okay, not quite like that but you get the gist. Just picture them all coming together on the battlefield. 

The end of the battle wasn’t as epic as I thought it would be, but after reading beyond it I totally understood why. Finley and Carrick’s heartbreak and loss weren’t over. 

While this was a relatively quick read, it was packed with information, discoveries, realizations that’s it’s almost next to impossible to talk about this book with out giving away major spoilers, so if you don’t want any, stop here. 

*****Spoiler Alert*****

Luckily, it’s not long before Finley is reunited with Carrick, but it comes at a cost of them losing the blood stone. In the first book we knew Carrick wasn’t Fae or Daemon, but also that he wasn’t human and for that reason I didn’t really see him as an actual man or guy. He just came across as such an Alpha. Always suited up, stiff, and unemotional. In the second book I started seeing him as more of a man. By this book, he was all man to me. Like a guy’s guy who took care of his woman and the people he cared about. The first time it happened was in Secrets and Fate when Deandra was introduced. What made him a real person to me was also in that book and was the most normal thing which was when Rainey was fixing dinner but getting distracted by Carrick talking about his latest adventure, and who was clearly hungry. 

LOL. He even has a sense of humor. In this book it was during the planning of the trade of Finley for the blood stone.

“If Finley goes down, we burn that motherf#$king pier to ashes-Kymaris along with it.”

Sigh…that was soooo sexy. 

Maddox and Titus are of course front and center in this battle. I loved these guys so much. We learned more about Titus and his world and are introduced to a few new friends from there as well. My heart broke for Titus and I still need more Maddox! I need a story for this demi-god. He kind of meets his match in Zora to a certain extent, and we get just a glimpse of another side of him. 

Boral and Zaid, when it comes to horrendous acts committed, these two probably take the cake but it’s turns out that the story of this strained relationship between this father and son fall second only to Finley and Carrick’s story. I liked Zaid from the beginning. There was just something about his disdain for Finley that made me think he would probably turn out to be one of her biggest supporters. The part of this book that made me ugly cry was Carrick describing Zaid’s reaction to something about Finley. It was a true testament to the goodness in Zaid, and how his feelings toward Finley. I’ll admit Boral was a wild card for me. While he makes it clear his motives are selfish, he gets the gang the info they need; you just have to wonder if this information will cost him or them. 

Myles and Rainey continue to be the supportive friends to Finley. To me they are the foundation of the Scooby Gang with their dedication to Finley and learning all they could about the world they’d been thrust into. As Veda suggested in another book, Finley definitely needed them. They kept her grounded to a certain extent.  Initially I was very suspect of Myles. I was afraid he was going to be “turned” or something, but he proved to be an integral part of assisting the team during the final battle. 

We learned that Pike has teamed with his aunt, Kymaris, and has been so for quite some time. Also, he just happens to be in love with her. Ew. In learning this it becomes clear to the demi-gods that they will need all the help they can get. Carrick informs Deandra, Queen Nimeyah, and her husband of Pikes involvement, and Kymaris’ plans for Faere. This doesn’t quite go the way Carrick thought, however the knowledge of this partnership pits brother against sister. 

Finley finally makes it to the underground where she is united with her sister Zora and she manages to convince Zora to return to Earth with her. Finley learns more of her sister’s life, and her hatred for Kymaris grows. The two sisters explore their powers and determined how they will be used to take down Kymaris. 

Most questions were answered in this book. There are still a few unanswered ones, but I’m hoping a spin-off series or at least novellas will happen to answer those.

I don’t typically re-read books, but this is a series I intend to re-read for the full impact and to see the little Easter-Eggs given throughout the series. 



The Rise of Fortune and Fury

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Book Blurb:

It’s time to meet my destiny. Kymaris has everything she needs to bring down the veil between Earth and the Underworld. If she’s successful in completing the ritual, Earth will be darkened by evil. Demons will swarm our lands and the human race will be decimated. It’s up to me to stop her. My fate is to thwart the prophecy, but I’m not sure what to do. While I may have some gifts, I am still merely a human facing the queen of the Dark Fae who holds unimaginable power. But I have something she doesn’t. Something she could never comprehend. I have love. Deep, abiding love which gives me the strength and courage to face down evil. Family, friends, and unexpected allies, who will stand shoulder to shoulder with me against this enemy. Should I fail, they are prepared to go down with me, but only after we have given our all. My sacrifice may destroy everything I am. Fate may require my demise. But if that happens, I will leave this realm without regret, knowing that I have loved and been loved in return. The Rise of Fortune and Fury is book five of the Chronicles of the Stone Veil series and is best enjoyed if read in series order.  

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The Revelation of Light and Dark

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A Discovery of Secrets and Fate

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The Evolution of Fae and Gods

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A Battle of Blood and Stone

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The Rise of Fortune and Fury

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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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Cover Reveal: Fortunate Son by Jay Crownover

We are so excited to share the cover of FORTUNATE SON by Jay Crownover with you today! FORTUNATE SON is part of Forever Marked: The Second Generation of the Marked Men and it will be releasing June 22nd. You can preorder it now. It will go live on Amazon on release day.

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FORTUNATE SON by Jay Crownover

Forever Marked: The Second Generation of the Marked Men | Coming June 22, 2021


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Ry Archer and Bowe Keller are as different as night and day. But that doesn't stop the childhood frenemies from reconnecting whenever one of them needs some help tackling any of life's major puzzles, like figuring out why getting what you always thought you wanted isn't living up to all the hype. They might constantly rub each other the wrong way (except for the times when they rub each other the really-really right way), but there is no denying they've always made one hell of a great team. They manage to balance each other out… when they aren't driving each other crazy. For Ry, he thought he had the perfect girl, the one who was going to run headfirst into a methodically planned future. He was going to marry young and have the same kind of legendary, life-long romance his parents did… or so he believed. His girl was going to stand by his side as he chased his dream of being a professional football player all the way to the NFL. He was wrong. Now, Ry's gotta figure out the difference between a bruised heart and a broken one, and the only person who can teach him the difference is Bowe. Bowe always felt like she had to run before she learned to walk to keep up with her father's musical legacy. He's her hero, and she wants nothing more than to make him proud. Bowe's about to figure out that maybe she wasn't meant to be in a rock and roll band and that it is possible she let her father's success cloud her idea of what making music should be. Bowe needs to find her own path to fame, and there's a good chance she wouldn't be brave enough or bold enough to start over if Ry Archer hadn't charmed his way back into her life when she least expected it. Some days they're enemies. Other days they're lovers. For a while, they were strangers. But now, it feels more like they might have always been soulmates. Eventually, Ry and Bowe realize that letting go of an old dream and creating a new one is much easier to do with the right person by your side.

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  Jay Crownover is the international and multiple New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men Series, The Saints of Denver Series, The Point Series, Breaking Point Series, and the Getaway Series. Her books can be found translated in many different languages all around the world. She is a tattooed, crazy haired Colorado native who lives at the base of the Rockies with her awesome dogs. This is where she can frequently be found enjoying a cold beer and Taco Tuesdays. Jay is a self-declared music snob and outspoken book lover who is always looking for her next adventure, between the pages and on the road. Connect with her: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Goodreads | Reader Group IS-Blogger-1-1024x158

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Release Blitz: Her Name Was Annie by Beth Rinyu

Title: Her Name Was Annie
Author: Beth Rinyu
Genre: Women's Fiction/
Second Chance Romance
Release Date: April 28, 2021


When Stephanie McGuire witnesses a mysterious stranger plunge into the unforgiving ocean on a stormy afternoon, never to emerge again, her life will change forever. That stranger in the water may have been more acquainted with her than she could’ve ever imagined. As she tries to put together the pieces of the mystery that surrounds him, she also begins to put back together the pieces of her broken heart. While learning of a past she never knew existed, she manages to face the one she was fully aware of and had been avoiding for far too long.

One man she never knew will lead her down an unknown road to her past and onto a path of new beginnings.

5 Stars

Review by Jen Skewes

This book is the exact reason why I am a huge fan of Beth Rinyu’s writing. It is a unique storyline and completely out of the box. Flawless writing that sucked me in from the very first word. I devoured this book in a 24-hour period - which is quick considering life as a Mom and wife was going on at the same time.  That is how amazing this book is


Steph is in her late forties and divorced. Her and her husband Jack have been divorced for the past 8 years. Jack was her high school sweetheart, best friend and love of her life for so long. But things got rocky between them and here she is, eight years later and still single. But little did she know that the one Fall day while  sitting on the beach that her life would change directions. She saw a man walk into the water that day, yelling at him to come back, but he just kept going. He was a complete stranger but he changed the course of her life. That day changed her relationship with Jack and made her learn things about herself that she never expected to learn. It brought out secrets that no one saw coming. This is the story of how not only Steph’s life was affected but so many of those around her as well. 


I don’t want to give anything away in this book. All I can see is READ IT!! It will suck you in, never wanting it to end. I fell in love with Jack from the moment I met me, even though I wasn’t sure that I would. Steph was a bit bitter and wasn’t always the warmest person, but I loved watching that part of her melt away. I loved watching her and Jack become close again. He was there for her even if she didn’t know that she needed him. He was there because he cared. To watch them rekindle their love was beautiful. But there is so much more to this story than a second chance Romance between two people who have loved each other for more than half their lives. 


This a beautiful story of forgiveness, friendships, second chances and love. It’s about finding yourself again and learning to open yourself up to not just love but new relationships. From Jack and Steph’s relationship with their daughter, to welcoming people I to your life that you never knew you needed, to forgiveness, and admitting that your love never died.  


Everything about this book will grip at your heart, have your emotions all tied up and rooting for Jack and  Steph!! I was so sad to see it end and wanted so much more of these characters. And not because this book lacked anything because it didn’t. But just because I loved these characters and didn’t want to let them go! Well done Ms. Rinyu.  



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“Jack,” I whispered once he reached the front door. He paused with his hand on the doorknob as I took a few steps toward him until we were only inches apart. “Please don’t shut me out. I really enjoyed getting to know you again over this past month. Now that the circumstances have changed, I feel like maybe we’re headed back to being strangers again. I forgot how much I enjoyed your company, and I was hoping maybe we could have that again—a friendship, like when we first met.”
He removed his hand from the doorknob and placed it on my cheek. “That was a long time ago. Before life changed us into who we are now. I wish I could go back and be that goofy boy you first met. The one who made you happy. The one who made you laugh all the time, but I can’t. I’ll always be here for you, no matter what you need.” He closed his eyes and inhaled sharply. “But I don’t think I could honestly ever be just your friend again because I know I’ll always want so much more from us, something that we once had and still could’ve had.” He dropped his gaze to the ground and shook his head. “If things didn’t happen the way they did.”
I was speechless, not knowing how to reply or if I even should. The whole situation was so complicated and all the memories that had been conjured up from years ago were just adding to the mix. I always knew, even through the worst of times, that I still loved Jack. It wasn’t until recently that I was finally able to admit that I had never stopped being in love with him. That was my ten seconds—Do I tell him the truth and go down that rabbit hole with him once again, or do I let him walk away, parting civilly as two people who were mere acquaintances, sharing a mutual love in our daughter?


Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed Creative Writing. There was always something about being able to travel to a different place or become a different person with just the stroke of a pen - or in today's world a touch of the keyboard. I love creating deep characters who you will love or love to hate. Writing is a form of therapy for me, and I’m happiest when a new story starts to take on a life of its own.

My life is not nearly as interesting as my books or the characters in them. I love spending time with my dogs: Bogie, a sweet old Border Collie and Georgie, a scrappy Chihuahua/German Shepherd (yes, you read that right). My happy place is a seat by the ocean with my feet in the sand or on the busy streets of New York City. You will more than likely find one of these places as the setting for most of my books.


Sunday, April 25, 2021

Release Blitz: King Me by Terri E. Laine

Title: King Me
Series: King Me Duet #1
Author: Terri E. Laine
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 25, 2021


I’ve got one mission.
To have the man that fathered me, King Me as his.
I deserve the billions as much as my legitimate brothers do.
But I’m thrown off that pursuit by a pint-sized woman who saves lives as a career.
By contrast, my job during many combat missions has been to take them.
We are too different.
Yet, she’s a beautiful distraction I can't seem to give up.
I’ve made the mistake of falling in love before.
I won’t do it again.
When I’m forced to choose between becoming a King and saving her life—
The choice is simple

4.5 Stars
Review by Jen Skewes

I wals so excited to read King Me.  Another book about one of the sexy King Men?  I am in.  And Ms. Laine did not disappoint.  I was hooked from the very first page.  It was a fast paced, sexy read with chemistry between the two main characters that it was dripping of the pages.  And I loved how the other characters from this series were so flawlessly woven into to Liam and Natalie's.  

Liam is going to New York to confront the man whose DNA he shares. He has never met his father and from what he knows of him he is a real douche.  But Liam knows that he is dying and wants to go meet the man and get what his mother deserves from him. Somehow he ends up driving his brother and his sister-in-law to the hospital because she is in labor and then meets the same woman he met on his way to NY at a rest stop.  Seems like these two were meant to meet.  

Natalie has just arrived in New York to help out at one of the hospitals there.  She is a traveling nurse and her job has taken her to New York.  It's her first day in the big city and things have already gone from good to bad.  But then she meets Liam and he takes her day a little better by offering for her to stay with him.  She just met him but it's either that on live on the streets until she finds a place to stay.  

Let me just say that the chemistry between Natalie and Liam was off the charts.  From the mount they met there was this undeniable connection, an not just physically.  These two just met and yet there is no awkwardness between them.  

Liam is out to prove that he is his father's son, while Natalie is working and doing what she needs to do to help her mother.  They both have a past where their fathers are concerned.  They both feel the connection.  The sexual tension is so thick you can cut it with a knife.  But Liam has reservations about being more than just friends while Natalie is trying understand what is actually going on in Liam's head.  Doesn't he feel what she does?  She thinks he does but his actions and words tell a different story.  

I loved this book and am patiently waiting for the second book.  I honestly did not realize that this was a duet, until I got to about 90% and realized that this story was not close to ending.  hoops.  lol.  But that is just fine by me because it means more of Liam and Natalie.  I loved how Kaeln and Connor all fit into this story so seamlessly as well as their wives.  There is more to the story then just Liam and Natalie. There is suspense and drama.  Wanting to know more about Natalie's family situation while waiting on pins and needles to find out the truth about Liams paternity.  Liam, while I absolutely loved him, drove me nuts.  He frustrated me to no end.  I understood his reservations but boy his actions killed me.  I am rooting for these two .  And that cliffhanger!!!!  Thank God I don't have to wait too long.  



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“Are we really going to do this?” I asked.
He folded his arms and leaned on the wall to mirror me. “Do what?”
“Go on a double date?”
“Why not?”
I opened and closed my mouth like a fish because I couldn’t think of what to say for a second. “I don’t know. Like wouldn’t it be weird?”
“We’re friends, right?”
I nodded.
“Then I’ll be your wingman and you can be mine.”
I eyed him like he was crazy. “I bet you don’t even know that nurse’s name.”
“As my wingman, you can find out.”
I gaped, which I was doing a lot of. “And what else would you like me to find out? Like, if she wants to marry you and have your babies?”
He pointed at me. “Exactly. That would mean I should stay far away from that craziness.”
I giggled as I spoke. “I can’t believe you’re serious.”
“I told you I was no prince.”
“That’s what this is really about, isn’t it? You want me to think you’re an asshole?”
“No. I could do the same for you. While we’re out, I’ll let you know if he wants to marry you and have you be the mother of his babies.”
I let my hands fall to my sides, exasperated. “And that’s a bad thing?”
“Not for you. That’s a good thing. Like if you told me that nurse just wanted to bang me, that would be a green light for me. Whereas, if I told you the love doctor just wanted to bang you, that would be a red flag.”
I pressed fingers to my temple. “I hate to admit there is some logic in what you said.”
He flashed me a smile with that dimple on full force. “It will be fun.”
“I think you’re crazy.”
“And you love it,” he said.
I hesitated to speak because I didn’t want to think about the word ‘love’ as I fell harder for this man.


Releasing May 2



Terri E. Laine, USA Today bestselling author, left a lucrative career as a CPA to pursue her love for writing. Outside of her roles as a wife and mother of three, she’s always been a dreamer and as such became an avid reader at a young age.

Many years later, she got a crazy idea to write a novel and set out to try to publish it. With over a dozen titles published under various pen names, the rest is history. Her journey has been a blessing, and a dream realized. She looks forward to many more memories to come.

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Friday, April 23, 2021

Series Cover Reveal by Penelope Douglas

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Titles: Corrupt, Hideaway, Kill Switch, Conclave, Nightfall and Fire Night

Author: Penelope Douglas

Series: Devil’s Night 1-6

Genre: Romantic Suspense 

Cover Info: Opium House Creatives


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Devil’s Night comes once a year.  Four friends—together since childhood, bound by vengeance, and united in loyalty. Years ago, one action-packed night, their world came crashing down and three of them went to prison. But when they get out, they’ll discover the lies and betrayal that put them there and also battle between their hatred and desire for the objects of their vengeance. 

Michael hates his little brother’s girlfriend, but he’s going to enjoy making her pay. 

Kai remembers the mesmerizing lips he once kissed in a grave, and he’s ready for the games she still plays.

Damon had never found anything like her, and he knows how good it will feel to end her. 

And Will… She betrayed them all, he knows, and he likes to hunt, so she better run faster. 

Catacombs, cemeteries, cathedrals, and secret entrances… Dive into Devil’s Night, every book a puzzle piece, bringing this series to one powerful conclusion in four novels and two novellas.  All available thru Kindle Unlimited!






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Penelope Douglas is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Her books have been translated into fifteen languages and include The Fall Away Series, The Devil's Night Series, and the stand-alones, Misconduct, Punk 57, Birthday Girl, and Credence. Please look for Tryst Six Venom and Motel, as well as the Hellbent series, coming next!


She lives in Las Vegas with her husband and their daughter.




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