Friday Feature: Manhattan Millionaire by Jennifer Ann

Title: Manhattan Millionaire by Jennifer Ann
Kendall Family Series Book Three
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 221 pages


Sinfully attractive playboy Nolan Zimmerman was born into a wealthy family, but maintains grueling hours to keep the reputation of his grandmother’s beloved bar as one of the hottest spots in New York. Sexy and independent Sofia Kendall has made her way to the top as a high powered attorney, and she doesn’t have time for men in general. When Sofia is offered a transfer to Manhattan, she’s eager to reconnect with her family but unprepared for a scandalous love affair.

Upon first meeting several years ago, the circumstances didn’t allow Sofia and Nolan to explore the initial spark of chemistry. And as fate would have it, their chances of starting something doesn’t look too favorable the second time around either. Once they decide they can’t be anything more than friends, is there no going back, or will their unrelenting desire for each other be too strong to resist?

Warning: This book is filled with serious angst and star-crossed lovers. If you’re looking for a sexy tale with steamy love scenes, sit back and enjoy the story.

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Though we’ve met before, and even spent a few days comforting each other while Sharlo was in a coma, Nolan Zimmerman still has the power to makes me nervous as hell. Not many people have that affect on me outside of appellate court judges. I’m naturally drawn to his broad features and dark complexion just as much as his well-toned body and undeniable charm.

He’s not as cocky as I remember him being the first time we met, when he accidentally pushed me headfirst into a bush, but there’s still an arrogance that comes with his type: filthy rich and panty-soaking attractive. The way he stalked over to us was like watching a jungle cat in action. I shiver with the fantasy of witnessing all those muscles coiled and flexed to strike.

There’s a complex story waiting to be told behind those russet-colored eyes, studying me like I’m something of interest, and I suddenly have a peeked interest to hear it. Between the allure of his expression, his neatly trimmed beard, the Rolex on his wrist, and his thick torso strained beneath a designer button-down, I’m forced to remind myself why I chose to dive head-first into my career and forego a romance of any kind beyond the occasional tryst.

The kind of men I’m drawn to have always been trouble. The kind of trouble that can ruin my very existence. And Nolan doesn’t seem to be an exception.

Thankfully the brunette vixen wrapped around his side claims his body in a way that makes it crystal clear he’s unavailable, though I don’t miss how Nolan’s broad shoulders stiffen with her touch, as if he’s repelled.

“I do hope you’re not asking who I am,” Sharlo tells the woman, turning to secretly roll her eyes my way. “As unforgettable as it may be, we have met before. Several times when you were drunk off your tits.”

The woman’s narrowed gaze stays on Sharlo long enough to create a wall of tension between them. Bitch much? Sharlo doesn’t seem the slightest bit intimated or ready to give in anytime soon, reminding me why I’m glad she’s going to be a part of our family. I don’t have time for women who can’t stand up for themselves.

Nolan gestures my way. “This is Sofia Kendall. She’s Evelyn Walker and James Kendall’s sister.”

The woman gives me a once-over, sneering. “You’re related to Charlie Walker?”

“That’s generally how it works when your sibling marries someone,” I answer with as much snark as possible. “Even with rockstars.”

With a small grin that pops dimples into his cheeks, Nolan’s eyes flip from me back to the woman. “What are you doing here, Avery? In your last text you said you were calling it a night since you have to leave early in the morning.”

“The apartment is too quiet without you there,” Avery answers, pursing her lips and lifting one shoulder. “Besides, it’s an eight hour flight to Milan. I can sleep on the way.”

She’s a spindly thing with graceful features, almond-shaped eyes, and lustrous dark hair that flows down to her elbows in perfectly executed beach waves. I recognize her navy dress from Dior’s latest line and she wears the same red-souled Louboutins I bought from a second-hand store last spring. Without having to ask, I’m certain she’s flying to Milan because she’s a model. Based on her wardrobe and striking looks, I’d guess she’s a highly successful one at that.

My stomach roils with the alternative, that Nolan showers her with expensive gifts. Before I started to gain traction as a respected lawyer, I found creative ways to provide myself with a designer wardrobe so I’d be taken seriously in the professional world. I can’t fathom expecting expensive things to be gifted to me by a man. Even though Nolan’s sinfully good looks and family fortune would allow him to have his pick of any woman, I never imagined he’d put up with the entitled type.

“I won’t make it out of here before you have to leave,” Nolan tells her, pushing his fingers inside the pockets of his designer jeans as his tongue appears to wet his lips. Every movement he makes is controlled and deliberate, knocking his sex appeal up another notch. “It’d be best if you’d go back to your place.”

Avery sticks her lip out in a pout that makes me inwardly groan. “You’re not taking me to the airport? I’m going to be gone for three whole weeks!”

I subtly look away, rolling my eyes. Is this woman for real?

Frustration oozes from Nolan’s hard expression when I dare to glance back his way.

“Excuse us…I’ll be right back,” he says. Next thing I know, he’s leading Avery away by her hand, and unsightly pangs of jealousy are stabbing at my insides.

Author Bio

Jennifer Ann is the pen name used by Jen Naumann when writing steamy romance novels with complex love stories. Like her characters, she’s in love with the city of New York, rock concerts, and Marines. Sometimes you can catch her driving a tractor alongside her husband in southern Minnesota while trying to keep up with the madness of their four active children.

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Tour Stop, Excerpt & Giveaway: Hooked on Love by Jennie Marts

Title: Hooked on Love by Jennie Marts
Cotton Creek Series Book Two
Publisher: Entangled
Imprint: Lovestruck
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 234 pages


Chicago City Girl Tackles Colorado Mountains with Sexy, Reclusive Guide.

Avery Oliver can see the byline now. What better way to jumpstart her journalism career than to head out into the woods with a sexy guide? It’s all very Bear Grylls, but she’ll take it, even if it means ditching her beloved designer suits and handbags.

All Sullivan Reed needs in life is a fly rod and the roar of a river. Playing guide to a hot little reporter can’t end well…until they strike a deal that’s mutually beneficial. She’ll pretend to be his girlfriend to deflect an overly flirtatious neighbor, and he’ll help her with the article. It’s a win-win.

Until it isn’t. By the time a storm strands them in his cabin, Sully’s done pretending. He wants Avery—badly—but she’s a big-city girl looking for adventure, not his simple life. So why does releasing her feel like he’s lost the perfect catch?

Each book in the Cotton Creek Romance series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.

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The distraction of her gorgeous legs almost did him in. Literally.

Sullivan Reed hit the brakes just in time to avoid a collision in front of the general store.

The curvy blonde in the red jacket didn’t even notice, her focus intent, trying to wrench her purse from the passenger seat of her car—a little foreign number with rental tags.

She was wearing some kind of short pants, not quite shorts but not really a skirt. Must be the new fashion—not that he paid attention to fashion. According to his ex, he never noticed anything.

But he noticed this woman—noticed her long legs, her too-high heels, and what the hell was up with that purse? It was practically the size of Wyoming. What could she possibly be carrying in there? He could pack for a three day trip in a grocery sack.

Not that he cared. He didn’t have time to be thinking about how high her heels were or the enormity of her handbag when he had other things to worry about. Bigger fish to fry. So to speak.

He needed to get in, grab his supplies, and get back to the shop. He’d stayed up late last night tying some new flies and wanted to get the new stock put up this afternoon so he could be out on the creek by dusk.

Early summer in the Colorado mountains was like paradise to a fly-fisherman. Plus he needed the time spent fishing tonight to mentally prepare himself for the visitor who was supposed to arrive tomorrow.

Besides, with that long blond hair and tall curvy figure, the woman in the red jacket was totally out of his league.

Not that he had a league, or even wanted to be in a league. He wasn’t even particularly interested in the game right now. He just wanted to be left alone.

Present company excluded. He reached across the seat and patted the neck of his golden retriever, Sadie.

Sadie was the only female in his life now, the only female he trusted, and that was fine with him. She hadn’t left him, didn’t yell at him to make more money, never nagged him to pick up his wet towels off the bathroom floor, and she hardly ever snored. All attributes that he valued.

The dog whined, sitting upright in the seat of his old truck, her gaze intent on the blond woman.

She stood on the sidewalk, oblivious to him and the fact he’d almost run her down, her large round sunglasses perched low on her nose as she looked over them to read the parking meter.

Sully watched her dig into her cavernous bag for change. He was no lip reader, but he was fairly certain she dropped a pretty clear F-bomb before pulling her hands out and throwing them up in disgust, apparently giving up on the effort.

He stepped out of his truck, his gaze captivated by the way her hips swayed and the swish of the breezy fabric of her shorts against her legs as she hurried into Miller’s Mercantile. He slammed the door and stepped up to the curb, stuffing his hands in the pockets of his shorts and jingling his loose change.

After dropping a quarter into his own meter, he paused in front of hers.

It would serve her right to get a ticket. “Just because this town is small doesn’t mean you can just ignore the law,” he grumbled, half to himself, half to the dog who watched him intently, and then he dropped a quarter into her meter.

Pausing, he thought about the size of her purse—she was probably pretty high maintenance and would be in there for a while.

He dropped in a second quarter.

Author Bio

j-martsJennie Marts loves to make readers laugh as she weaves stories filled with love, friendship and intrigue. She is a USA TODAY Best-selling author and writes for Entangled Publishing. Reviewers call her books “laugh out loud” funny and full of great characters that are “endearing and relatable.”

She is living her own happily ever after in the mountains of Colorado with her husband, two sons, two dogs and a parakeet that loves to tweet to the oldies. She’s addicted to Diet Coke, adores Cheetos, and believes you can’t have too many books, shoes, or friends.

Her books include the contemporary western romance Hearts of Montana series, the romantic comedy/ cozy mysteries of The Page Turners series, and her latest series about hot hockey players, the Bannister Brothers Books.

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Review: The Best Possible Answer by E. Katherine Kottaras

Title: The Best Possible Answer by E. Katherine Kottaras
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Genre: Contemporary, Young Adult
Length: 272 pages
Book Rating: B+

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AP Exams – check
SAT test – check
College Application – check
Date the wrong guy and ruin everything you’ve spent your whole life working for– check

Super-achiever Viviana Rabinovich-Lowe has never had room to be anything less than perfect. But her quest for perfection is derailed when her boyfriend leaks secret pictures of her to the entire school—pictures no one was ever meant to see. Making matters worse, her parents might be getting divorced and now her perfect family is falling apart. For the first time, Vivi feels like a complete and utter failure.

Then she gets a job working at the community pool, where she meets a new circle of friends who know nothing about her past. That includes Evan, a gorgeous and intriguing guy who makes her want to do something she never thought she’d do again—trust. For the first time in her life, Vivi realizes she can finally be whoever she wants. But who is that? While she tries to figure it out, she learns something they never covered in her AP courses: that it’s okay to be less than perfect, because it’s our imperfections that make us who we are.

E. Katherine Kottaras once again captures what it means to be a teenager in The Best Possible Answer.


In The Best Possible Answer by E. Katherine Kottaras, a teenager’s lapse in judgment results in a heartrending betrayal that soon pushes her to the breaking point.

Viviana “Vivi” Rabanovich-Lowe is an overachiever whose parents’ unrealistic expectations are quickly escalating into an impossible burden for her to bear.  The oldest daughter, she is under intense pressure to get accepted by her father’s alma mater, but a scandal with a vindictive ex-boyfriend ruins her reputation and sets the stage for her downward spiral.  With an enormous amount of pressure on her to do well in her AP classes, excel on her college entrance exams and  turn in college applications, Vivi briefly lands in the hospital which results in her doctor ordering her to relax and stop pushing herself.  When her best friend Sammie Salazar gets her a summer job working with her at their apartment building’s swimming pool, their friendship is tested when Sammie’s crush Evan Witlock expresses interest in Vivi.  Finally learning to let loose, Vivi’s world is upended by summer’s end after she discovers a shocking family secret and she learns about a few other unexpected changes.

Vivi always followed her family’s strict rules until she fell for her ex-boyfriend.  In the aftermath of their breakup, her father moved out and her mother put her on an even tighter leash.  Under extreme stress due to her classmates’ bullying and resentful of her parents’ inability to forgive her, Vivi begins experiencing panic attacks. Still trying to live up their unrealistic expectations, she continues pushing herself to excel in her classes and ace her exams but her exhaustion leads to a bike accident that ends in a brief hospital stay.  Still feeling like she is too blame for all that is wrong with her family, Vivi has a difficult time speaking up about her frustrations and the pressure she is under to excel.  Even when she does work up the courage to voice her opinions about what is important to her, her parents overrule her objections which just adds to her ever growing feelings of hopelessness. At first dreading working at the pool, Vivi is delighted by her newfound friendships with her co-workers but she is determined to ignore her growing feelings for Evan for Sammie’s sake.

Vivi’s friendship with Sammie easily withstands all of their various ups and downs but it is not always picture perfect.  They are one another’s sounding boards and they unconditionally support each other no matter what.  Their bond is tight enough to withstand the conflict surrounding Sammie’s crush on Evan and his subsequent interest in Vivi.  Tempers flare and feelings are hurt, but when Vivi needs Sammie’s help navigating the new “normal” for her family, Sammie is there for her, no questions asked.  Sammie has Vivi’s best interests at heart and she selflessly encourages her bestie to act on her feelings for Evan.  Sammie also gives Vivi advice that she might not want to hear, but in the end, it is what she needs to hear in order to make positive changes in her life.

The Best Possible Answer is an engaging young adult novel that will resonate with readers who have dealt with betrayal and high expectations from family members.  The friendship between Vivi and Sammie is incredibly heartwarming and it is quite refreshing seeing such a positive portrayal of teenage friendship.  The story arc about Vivi’s family secrets is a little overly dramatic but this discovery is the impetus for much needed changes in their lives.  Although there is a slight romantic element to the storyline, it is very understated and it plays a very minor role in the novel. This latest release by E. Katherine Kottaras is an entertaining and insightful novel of healing that I highly recommend to readers of all ages.

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Review: Maverick by Lisa Bingham

Title: Maverick by Lisa Bingham
Taggart Brothers Series Book Three
Publisher: Berkley
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 320 pages
Book Rating: B

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The Taggart brothers’ wild romance ride continues with the new novel from the bestselling author of Renegade.

Rough riding Bodey Taggart may be rock hard and tough as nails, but even he has a soft side when the right woman comes along…

Bodey has always followed his own rules: live hard, play hard, and win big. But when his wild ways give him two concussions within a month of each other, his brothers lay down some new rules: no bronco busting, sky diving, or ATVs for the rest of summer. It seems the only pastimes not restricted are shooting competitions…and women.

Beth Tivoli is new to Bodey’s circle of friends, and unlike any woman Bodey has ever met—she isn’t about to follow him into bed. She’s not looking to hook up with anyone, especially when she’s trying to escape her past. Bodey quickly realizes that courting Beth is no game, and despite her resolve, they both begin to discover that maybe romance can be different this time around…


The third installment in Lisa Bingham’s captivating Taggart Brothers series, Maverick is a charming romance between a rough and tumble cowboy and a feisty yet cautious young woman.  While this latest release can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend the entire series.

Bodey Taggart is an extremely competitive cowboy who is always up for any challenge or adventure that comes his way.  He is easygoing,  laidback and very popular with the ladies, but lately, his life feels a little empty.  Sidelined due to a couple of very serious injuries, Bodey is taking the Hell on Wheels competition very seriously when he meets Beth Tivoli.  The lovely and spirited young woman is NOTHING like the women he usually dates, so he is very surprised by his attraction to her.  When his patented moves fail to win her over, Bodey is taken a little off guard, but he refuses to give up on getting her to go out with him.  Realizing very quickly that his feelings for Beth are different than anything he has experienced in the past, Bodey is quite introspective as he reflects on the path his life has taken since the tragic accident that killed his parents and younger sister years earlier.  Finally understanding the reasons for his reckless choices and empty romances, Bodey is determined to do whatever it takes to keep Beth in his life.

With plenty of complications already in her life, Beth’s unexpected attraction to Bodey is more than just an unwanted distraction.  Letting him get close to her is a risk she cannot afford to take but he somehow manages to slip past her formidable defenses despite her efforts to hold him at arm’s length.  Beth has an enormous responsibility resting on her shoulders and a mistake on her part could have dire consequences for the people who are depending on her.  Used to handling her problems on her own, she finds it very difficult to trust anyone and despite Bodey’s best efforts to get to know her, she cannot take him into her confidence.  Despite her reservations, Beth cannot resist giving in to her desire for the charismatic, fun-loving cowboy.  However when her past catches up with her, she has no choice but to reveal her secrets to Bodey but once the danger has passed, dare Beth hope he will still want a relationship with her?

Like the previous novels in the Taggart Brothers series, there is a bit of an insta-love quality to the romance between Bodey and Beth.  Their time together is brief but meaningful and the added element of suspense helps to accelerate their feelings for one another.  The Taggart siblings and their significant others are mostly absent in this outing due to the Wyoming setting (instead of Utah).  With little in the way of external distractions with characters from previous novels, the storyline mainly focuses on the developing relationship between Bodey and Beth which lends credence to their romance.  A strategic guest appearance by older brother Elam does provide Bodey with a useful sounding board as he tries to sort through his confusing feelings for Beth.  Elam’s help is also invaluable when the situation with Beth turns violent and Bodey is even more grateful when his other brother, Jace, makes an unexpected detour to Wyoming just as the crisis with Beth turns dire.  When the dust finally settles from a violent confrontation, will Beth and Bodey find a way to live happily ever after?

With an appealing cast of endearing characters, an engaging storyline and a heartwarming, sizzling hot romance, Maverick is a marvelous addition to Lisa Bingham’s Taggart Brothers series.  The change in setting not only keeps this newest release fresh but the time away from his family provides Bodey with the opportunity to sort through his conflicted feelings.  Beth is a vibrant yet sympathetic character whose reluctance to confide in strangers is understandable. The romance between Beth and Bodey is an absolute delight to watch unfold and although they fall in love extremely fast, their connection and emotions ring true.  With just a hint of suspense, this delightful novel is a riveting love story that is sure to be a hit with old and new fans of this wonderful series.

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eBook Contest Oct. 26

Title: Mistletoe Cottage by Debbie Mason
Harmony Harbor Series Book One
Publisher: Forever
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 352 pages


‘Tis the season for love . . .

Sophie DiRossi loved growing up in Harmony Harbor. But after fleeing in disgrace many years ago, it is the last place she wants to be. Left homeless by a fire, she’s forced to go back to the small coastal town that harbors a million secrets, including her own. Sophie sees this secret reflected every day in her daughter’s blue eyes-and she must keep it hidden from the only man she has ever loved.

Sophie’s return is a shock for everyone . . . especially Liam Gallagher. The firefighter had some serious feelings for Sophie-and seeing her again sparks a desire so fierce it takes his breath away. Now Liam will do whatever it takes to show Sophie that they deserve a second chance at love, even if everything they’ve concealed threatens to keep them apart. In this special town at this special time of the year, Sophie and Liam can only hope for a little holiday magic . .

mothers-confessionTitle: A Mother’s Confession by Kelly Rimmer
A heartbreaking story with a breathtaking twist
Publisher: Bookoutre
Genre: Contemporary, Women’s Fiction, Romance
Length: 317 pages


Your husband took his own life. Tell the truth and destroy what’s left of your family. Or keep a secret that will tear you apart. What would you do?

Olivia and David were the perfect couple with their whole lives in front of them. When beautiful baby daughter Zoe came along, their world seemed complete.

But now David is dead and Olivia’s world is in pieces. While she is consumed with grief, her mother-in-law Ivy is also mourning the loss of her son. Both women are hiding secrets about the man they loved. Secrets that have put the family in danger.

Something was very wrong in Olivia and David’s marriage. Can Olivia and Ivy break their silence and speak the truth? A mother should protect her child, whatever the cost…shouldn’t she?

From the bestselling author of The Secret Daughter and Me Without You comes another emotionally gripping and gut-wrenching read about love, loss and the strength of a mother’s love.

Title: Hotline by Quinn Anderson
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, New Adult, Erotic, Romance
Length: 347 pages/Word Count: 94,700


Zack never intended to become a phone sex operator, but with half a college degree and a smart mouth, his options were limited. It helps that he has a knack for thinking on his feet and a willingness to roll with whatever his clients throw at him. Sure, he gets his fair share of creeps and unconventional requests, but it pays the bills, and he’s in no danger of breaking his one rule: never fall for a client.

Until a man named “John” starts calling, and Zack finds himself interested in more than a paycheck. It’s not just that John has money, or that his rumbling baritone drives Zack wild. He’s everything Zack isn’t: educated, poised, and in total control of his life.

A twist of fate brings them face-to-face, and now that they’ve seen each other—and spent an unforgettable night together—they can’t go back to the way things were. A sex worker and a trust fund brat . . . It’s like Romeo and Juliet, but with less stabbing and slightly fewer dick jokes. Hopefully they can pull off a more successful ending.

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Tour Stop & Giveaway: Interborough by Santino Hassell

Title: Interborough by Santino Hassell
Five Boroughs Series Book Four
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, M/M, Romance
Length: 249 pages/Word Count: 65,800


The Raymond Rodriguez from a few years ago wouldn’t recognize the guy he is today. He’s left his slacker ways far behind him and is now juggling two jobs and school. But the balancing act doesn’t allow much time for the man he loves.

David is doing his best to be supportive, but problems at work and his own insecurity leave him frustrated—in more ways than the obvious—whenever he goes to bed before Raymond gets home. The heat and affection between them is still there, but they barely have the time or energy to enjoy it. And it doesn’t help that Raymond is still hiding David from his colleagues.

The stress mounts so high that a vacation in paradise is filled with turmoil instead of harmony, and culminates on their return to the five boroughs with broken promises and heartache. They have to figure out how to stop allowing their differences to overshadow their love. It’s the only way they’ll make it to forever.

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Santino was raised by a conservative family, but he was anything but traditional. He grew up to be a smart-mouthed grunge kid, then a transient twentysomething, and eventually transformed into a guy who spends his days and nights writing romance with an edge.

Santino is a dedicated gamer, a former fanfic writer, an ASoIaF mega nerd, a Grindr enthusiast, but most of all he is a writer of LGBT fiction that is heavily influenced by the gritty, urban landscape of New York City, his belief that human relationships are complex and flawed, and his own life experiences.

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