Monday, December 4, 2017

Available for Pre-order Embracing The Darkness by Jeremy Mac-Melisssa Rob

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Friday, December 1, 2017

Blog Tour - Darkness Matters - Jay McLean - Rebecca

Blog Tour

Title: Darkness Matters

Author: Jay McLean

Released: June 26, 2017


It’s the same old story, really.
Good versus evil.
Heroes versus villains.
Light versus dark.
For two years, college freshman Noah Morgan lived his life somewhere in the middle, fighting darkness and light, always searching for answers to a single question:
Why, Noah, why?
The same three words keep him up at night, struggling for air while gripping a plastic cylinder containing white pills to match the white label with his name printed in ink as deep and dark as his memories—memories that turned him into a recluse.
A shut-in.
An introvert.
Luckily for him, that’s not how the girl next door sees him.

Enter to win a signed paperback of Darkness Matters, a $20 Amazon Gift Card or a $10 Amazon Gift Card.

Jay McLean is an international best-selling author and full-time reader, writer of New Adult Romance, and most of all, procrastinator. When she's not doing any of those things, she can be found running after her two little boys, playing house and binge watching Netflix.
She writes what she loves to read, which are books that can make her laugh, make her hurt and make her feel.
Jay lives in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, in a forever half-done home where music is loud and laughter is louder.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Review - Traitor - Shannon Myers - Rebecca

One box
Lives were lost and relationships destroyed because of that one box. I don't care what the cost is, I won't stop until I have answers. Even if it means declaring war on the detective who once had my heart.

Every war has its casualties
I was just naive enough to believe that it wouldn't hit so close to home. There's so much blood on my hands, that I'm guilty by association at this point. I don't know how to keep Lauren safe without betraying the club, but I'm willing to die trying.

"Chaos together is a hell of a lot better than a lifetime apart."

In this epic second story in the Renegade series, Shannon Myers pulls out all the stops. After reading Renegade, I could not wait to see where Traitor went, and Lord was it worth the wait! I couldn't put it down - sleepless nights and a lot of uppercut threats throughout! ;) Twists and turns and angst beyond belief. I'm usually really good at predicting where a story will go, but Traitor is one that left me shocked at every turn and dying to turn the page to find out what I was going to be hit with next.

Mike and Lauren's story is one that spans years, and intertwines with so many other lives and events. Not only are we dealing with the romance factor, but we are given such an amazingly perfect combination of suspense, thrills, angst, and general chaos. Just when you think you have it figured out and are coming to a happily ever after, the rug gets pulled out from under you and the Renegade way intervenes.

Shannon Myers' writing flows so smoothly and the details and descriptions make it so easy to visualize everything. She weaves a tale so perfectly!

Will they get their HEA? Will they ever figure out life together or apart? Will you be able to breathe at the end of this story? You'll just have to read it to find out - and I highly recommend you do, as this is one story that will stick with you and leave you with so many emotions and feelings you won't really know how to process it. Book hangover for DAYS! :D

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Blog tour & 5 star review ~ Bad Habit by Charleigh Rose ~ Jill Mac

Title: Bad Habit
Author: Charleigh Rose
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: November 16, 2017

I was infatuated with Asher Kelley the moment he came tumbling through my brother’s window five years ago. 
Even bruised and bloodied, he was the most beautiful boy I'd ever seen. 
We couldn't ever be together.
I was too young, and he was too untouchable. 
He was too troubled, and I was too na├»ve. 
But the heart is rebellious, and mine decided it didn’t care about any of those things. 
As I got older, harmless flirting turned to stolen moments in dark corners. 
Until one day, he was gone without a trace.
Now, two years later, he’s back. 
Callous and cruel. 
He’s my brother’s best friend. My parents’ worst nightmare.
I should hate him. 
But like a Bad Habit, I can’t quit him. 
I was drawn to Briar Vale from the first time she looked up at me with stars in her big, blue eyes. 
She was just a kid, nothing but elbows and knees, but she was the most beautiful creature I'd ever seen. 
We could never be together.
I was too old and she was too off limits. 
She was too good and I was too fucked up.
Eventually, the temptation became too much to resist. 
I risked everything for a kiss and she betrayed me. 
Two years have passed and I’m forced to see her again, but now she's all grown up. 
She’s my best friend’s baby sister. My downfall. 
I hate her for what she did. 
But she's always been my drug of choice.

Jill's Review
I absolutely LOVED Bad Habit. I've been in a bit of a funk when it comes to romance.  I find this happening a lot lately.  Sometimes when I read too much of the same genre, i find myself loosing interest.  But once I started Bad Habit, I knew i wouldn't have that problem. I was sucked in from page one and did not move until I was finished.  

Briar and Asher are EVERYTHING.  Their relationship was addicting. Asher is Briar's brothers best friend.  He's 4 years older than Briar, but that doesn't stop her from wanting him.  To them its wrong.  Its forbidden.  It shouldn't happen. But boy oh boy does it happen, and god IT'S SO GOOD.  I found myself sucked in to their story, not wanting it to end.  Asher is PERFECT.  Even when I wanted to be mad at him I couldn't because I loved him too much. And shit, he was freaking hot.  Like, really effing HOT.

Briar and Asher's story is one of love, hate, regret, and forgiveness.  To me it was real.  I easily connected with Briar.  Her bond with her older brother was something I really loved, especially since I myself have an older brother.  I loved all the secondary characters (and I hope they all get a book).  What I loved most about Briar was that she never came off as one of those pathetic girls. Even though when it came to Asher she was weak, she never once came off as pathetic.  She was a strong girl, even as a teenager.  She took no-ones shit and I loved that about her character.  I could easily be besties with Briar. (except for the fact that I'd totally try to steal Asher from her)

Anyways, Bad Habit was amazing.  The writing was amazing.  Though this was the first Charleigh Rose book I've read, it absolutely won't be my last.  I'm basically obsessed!

 You should definitely go buy Bad Habit. I promise you, you will love it!

Charleigh, you've created a forever fan in me! <3

The quiet snick of the front door closing alerts me to her arrival. About fucking time. I flatten myself against the wall behind her door right before she opens it then gently nudges it shut with the back of her foot. She kicks off her shoes and starts to pull her dress up to take it off. Standing with her back to me in front of the moonlit window, I can make out her brand-new curves. Her tight, round ass. The dimples on the small of her back. Her dress is just past her hips when I speak. 

“Have fun tonight?” 
Briar yelps and drops her dress back in place before spinning around. 
“I was until I had some perv spy on me for the second time in as many days.” 
“Oh, I’m the pervert?” I taunt, moving closer. She wants to back away, but she doesn’t. She stands her ground, and it only spurs me on. “Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe it was you who watched me jack off this morning.” 
I’m almost sad the lights aren’t on to see her inevitable blush. I’m standing over her tiny form, and she has to crane her neck to look up at me. 
“Momentary lapse in sanity.” She shrugs. “It’s nothing I haven’t seen before.” 
Those words kick around in my head for a second before I practically tackle her onto her bed. She lands on her back, mouth parted in shock, with her legs spread and her dress ridden up. My hips fill the spot between her thighs, and I pin her hands to the bed. 
Fuck, this was a bad idea. She smells good—sweet, like her conditioner—and she feels even better. I have to fight the urge to grind into her. 
“Nothing you haven’t seen before, huh?”
“No,” she says between clenched teeth.
“Who was it?” I demand. “Was it the little golden boy from tonight?” 
“None of your business.” 
“Tell me, Briar,” I whisper, getting closer to her ear. “Did he make you come from a kiss like I did? Does he know what you sound like as you do? Because I can still hear you. I can still see you.” 
If her sharp intake of breath didn’t let me know she was affected, the way she rocked into my jean-covered cock does. I stay stock-still, still braced above her with my hands around her wrists. 
“Does he know that I was the first one to make this little body come before you even knew how to do it yourself?” I bring her wrists closer together so I can grip them both with one hand, and I trail my index finger from her sternum all the way down to her underwear. 
A moan slips free, and her hips chase the friction once more. 
“No,” she whispers.


Friday, November 10, 2017

Author Spotlight ~ Jeremy Mac ~ By Melissa Rob

Claxton. City of Cities. A surreally huge, life changing, dream filled nightmare of a megalopolis. And that's in the more sedate areas of the city. On the west side, when day succumbs to night, a much wilder breed awakens...emerges...prowls...stalks. Anything can happen. And often will. And what's more, anything can be had. There's a fine line between predator and prey. Both come in many forms and each are driven by their own fiendish hunger. But for one, it is a hunger unlike any other.

"Frozen Faces @ 4:20" Is a sequel to "Pleasure Spiked with Pain". It is a contemporary novel.
Fists of fury nailed into Nathaniel “Gus” Guston’s face sealed his fate and love for the beautiful Gianna Valencia, and now, one year later, the two hold bright aspirations for their future together. Positive plans are in the works for the two and with Gus’s side gig pulling in some extra bank every week things are looking good and coasting along smoothly . . . Until everything dangerously accelerates with the discovery of a dead body and a half a ton of the world’s most sought after marijuana. Whether it’s a blessing in disguise or a disaster waiting to happen, differentiating between the two becomes debatable, Gus must do his all-time best in dealing with the intense situation he stumbled into as he makes the most difficult decisions of his life that can either make him or break him, while also putting his relationship with Gianna to the ultimate test of love and trust.

There’s a fine line between careless and carefree, and for the most part of Nathaniel “Gus” Guston’s young adult life he has haphazardly teetered on the edge of both sides of that line. Through a steady diet of drug addled debauchery and reckless excursions, accompanied by his small circle of close friends, Gus has always been down for just about anything.

That is, until the night he meets Gianna Valencia, the half Spaniard beauty with a heart of gold, but she’s got some heavy baggage of her own; a boyfriend with an attitude every bit as big as himself, and he will lose Gianna to no one.

Gus soon finds himself caught at a crossroad torn between the free-spirited philanderous life he’s grown accustomed to for so many years and that of a life of uncertainty in vying for the woman of his dreams.

And then the unimaginable happens; someone is killed, and now everything seems at risk.


Cataclysmic events rock the world, bringing with it a wave of panic and destruction civilization has never seen. Cities tear themselves apart, governments crumble, countries wither and die, and to add to the catastrophe a deadly virus simply referred to as The New Disease follows in the wake. Many survivors adopt a resilient ruthlessness to equalize their modern nature with that of the world of today for the sake of survival. But there are still those who dwell within the remnants of yesteryear, desperately holding on to a thread of hope for a better tomorrow.

Claxton, once known as the City of Cities, has divided itself into two opposing sides. The north side, now named The Pinnacle, has rebuilt itself to nearly economic perfection within its concrete and steel environment with fully operational farms and gardens and a perpetual supply of purified water.
The south side, Maddick, named for the man who leads them, is infested with all walks of madness and criminals from what was spat from the bowels of the old world, and they are all overwrought with bloodlust and envy. The Pinnacle is barricaded within high walls, the front gate is the only access, armed guards walk these walls and gate around the clock, but The Pinnacle has been breached before, and with the right instrument, it can be breached again.

And then a stranger to the city shows up in a pristine vehicle loaded with food and weapons. But the mysterious stranger hasn’t come to battle nor to barter with either side. The reason for his sudden presence runs much deeper than anyone can imagine, and he will do whatever it takes to fulfill that reason.

Jeremy Mac is a multi-genre fiction author with three novels, one novella, and several short stories and poems to his list of writing credits. His short stories and poems have been published in Horrified Press's X4 anthology, Devolution Z, Down in the Dirt, Conceit, Ascent Aspirations, The Ultimate Writer, Spontaneous Spirits, The Bracelet Charm, The Enchanted File Cabinet, Transcendent Visions, Struggle, and Dead Snakes. An avid lover of sand and sun, Mac has frolicked throughout the Gulf and Atlantic coasts, but he currently writes from Arkansas. 

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