Saturday Series Spotlight & Giveaway: Jennifer Gracen’s The Harrisons

Title: More Than You Know by Jennifer Gracen
The Harrisons Series Book One
Publisher: Zebra Shout
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 352 pages

Summary:

Hotel owner Dane Harrison, middle brother of a wealthy Long Island family, needs a lounge singer for his new luxury property. With her stunning voice and amazing curves, Julia Shay is perfect. She also seems to be the only woman in New York City who isn’t falling at Dane’s feet. And despite her feisty attitude and his rule against workplace affairs, he wants her—in his arms, in his bed, anywhere and everywhere.

Julia loves her new job, and she knows better than to think she can keep it and Dane. Even if he wasn’t her boss, Julia’s painful history has given her ample reason to steer clear of rich, powerful charmers. Still, their chemistry is unlike anything she’s known, and when it becomes too much to resist, they agree to one no-strings night together. But instead of quenching the fire, the intense encounter only proves how much they have to lose—or win…


someone like youTitle: Someone Like Youby Jennifer Gracen
The Harrisons Series Book Two
Publisher: Zebra Shout
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 352 pages

Summary:

Pierce Harrison–yes, that Pierce Harrison, black sheep of the wealthy Harrison clan–has come home to his family’s luxurious Long Island compound. The big question is why the dangerously sexy soccer star agreed to coach a kids’ soccer team. His co-coach Abby McCord should be grateful. Instead she’s fending off some seriously smoldering advances from the scandal-ridden athlete. Good thing bad boys are so not her type . . .

Abby is definitely not lacking in passion, but the sweet-faced beauty needs to learn a thing or two about taking a team to the championship–and a whole lot about how to let a man into her once-broken heart. Pierce definitely knows how to make the moves, but will Abby trust that the bachelor the world has condemned as a scoundrel can settle down with the one woman who has taken hold of his heart?


Giveaway

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Friday Feature & Giveaway: The Better to Kiss You With by Michelle Osgood

Please welcome, Michelle Osgood, author of  The Better to Kiss You With to Book Reviews & More by Kathy.   Thank you for chatting with us today.

Hi, thanks for having me! I’m a writer who lives in Vancouver, BC, with my partner Elizabeth and our two black cats.  I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, and have been fascinated with storytelling for as long as I can remember.  The Better to Kiss You With is a paranormal romance about Deanna, the moderator of an online werewolf role playing game, who falls for the mysterious woman living above her.

What are your five  favorite TV shows (past or present) and what did you love about them?

  1. Grey’s Anatomy has been a long time favourite of mine.  I started watching it the summer I graduated from high school, and it’s felt like family ever since.  Which I think is fitting, because one of the things I love so much about Grey’s is that while it looks like your typical doctor drama (with a healthy dose of romance), it’s at its heart about chosen families.  I think the writers are making that theme especially clear this season, the show’s twelfth.  Getting to watch Meredith create her own family, when the one she came from was so broken, has been wonderful.  Additionally, Grey’s makes such a point of being centered around women, and women’s lives, and stories about women are so important to tell.
  1. I love Broad City. It’s smart and hilarious, and above all makes such a point of prioritizing Abbi and Ilana’s relationship above everything else.  We get so many shows about best guy buds, but it’s rare to find a TV show that lets the focus, and arguably the main romance, be between two women.  Seeing Abbi and Ilana support each other, be continuously delighted by each other, and want nothing but the absolute best for one another, is heartwarming.  If I ever need a quick pick-me-up, this is the show I turn to!
  1. Girls is another great show that prioritizes female characters (sensing a theme?). What Girls does that I haven’t seen another show do as well, is give us female characters who are so real and flawed.  Hannah, Jessa, Marnie, and Shoshanna are selfish, ambitious, and unrepentant.  They’re anti-heroes who we don’t really like… except that we see so much of ourselves in them that it’s hard to hate them!  I feel especially connected to Hannah, as she’s the first character I’ve seen on TV who feels like me.  She’s comfortable in her body, confident in her value as a writer, and a little too self-involved 😉  It’s refreshing to be exposed to women who portray these traits, and who are celebrated for them.
  1. Outlander! I nerd out about Outlander so hard.  I started reading the books as a teenager and I loved them, so I was over the moon when they’d be making a TV show about the series.  And when I found out that it would be with the same creator as Battlestar Galactica, another show I love, I was even more excited!  After having spent years in the pages of Outlander, it’s wonderful to see it on screen.  My favourite thing about the show and books has always been the relationship between Claire and Jamie—from the beginning they are equals, and they spend a lot of time negotiating their relationship to make it work for both of them.  The mutual respect and admiration they feel for each other soon grows into love, and I adore getting to witness it.  Plus, everyone in the TV show is super.
  1. Orphan Black—Tatiana Maslany—need I say more? Watching this woman inhabit six, nine?, roles at a time is spectacular.  This show has amazing things to say about women’s body autonomy, who counts as family, and what it means to create your own destiny.  It blends all sorts of my favourite kind of stories; scifi, mistaken identity, queer families, and fighting back against evil corporations / the patriarchy!

Title: The Better to Kiss You With by Michelle Osgood
Publisher: Interlude Press
Genre: Contemporary, Lesbian, Paranormal, Romance
Length: 182 pages

Summary:

Deanna, the moderator for Wolf’s Run, an online werewolf role-playing game, wanders the local forest with her dog Arthur and daydreams about Jaime, the attractive, enigmatic woman who lives upstairs. When threats from an antagonistic player escalate, Deanna wonders if her job could be riskier than she’d ever imagined—and if her new girlfriend knows more about this community than she had realized.

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Purchase Links: Interlude Press (eBook) * Interlude Press (Paperback) * Amazon * B&N


Excerpt

“I think I know blood when I see it,” Deanna pointed out. “It was definitely blood.”

Beside her on the floor, Nathan leaned his head back against the couch and, behind the black frames of his glasses, rolled his bright blue eyes. “I’m not saying it wasn’t blood. But just, like, blood happens.”

“‘Blood happens.’ You sound like a tampon commercial.”

“Not true.” Nathan snickered over the top of his glass. “They never use the word ‘blood.’”

Deanna choked on a mouthful of wine.

“Anyway,” Nathan continued, “it was probably just a dead animal. Dogs love that stuff.”

“He wasn’t happy, though. He was scared. Something scared him. And Arthur’s brave. He doesn’t scare easily.” Deanna wiped the Pinot Gris from her chin and they both leaned forward to look at Arthur, who was sprawled artlessly on top of his dog bed and snoring loudly. Deanna smothered a giggle with the back of her hand and grabbed the bottle of wine.

“Just don’t confuse fantasy with reality. I think your job is messing you up.”

Deanna snorted. “Wolf’s Run is a just game, Nathan. I haven’t forgotten that.”

“Really? Because you’re talking about mysterious bodies torn up in the woods, and if that doesn’t sound like werewolves…”

Deanna gave Nathan a shove. “Ha, ha, very funny. I’m not like that weirdo who thinks that werewolves actually exist. It’s role-playing. Playing being the key word.”

For the most part, the players of Wolf’s Run were a good crowd—with the exception of one user who seemed to think that he actually was a werewolf. Apparently, he took offense to the game’s depictions of “his species,” considering them inaccurate and insulting. The rants had been going on for months, and the situation would have been laughable, except that in the last few weeks his posts had taken on a more threatening tone. Every time Deanna deleted his posts and blocked his username he simply created another account. The Wolf’s Run team didn’t want to block his IP address because IP addresses could be shared by a large number of people, and doing so might block legitimate players from the game. Besides, it was child’s play to circumvent a block by logging in from a third-party app or web service, or just logging in from a different location. Deanna could only shut him down and hope that this time he finally gave up.

“Well, then just accept that Arthur found a bunny rabbit or something and decided it would be a good idea to roll around in its mangled corpse.”

Deanna shook her head. “You didn’t see him. It was a lot of blood.” It had taken two desperately unpleasant baths and an entire bottle of shampoo to get Arthur clean. Deanna had had to scrub her bathtub three times before she’d felt comfortable using it again.

Nathan grabbed her hand with his long, thin fingers. “Listen, you’re my best friend, and I love you, and I’m sure that it was really terrifying, but I’m also one hundred percent sure that you are blowing this way out of proportion. No more fantasy werewolf role playing nonsense for you.”

“Until my shift starts in…” Deanna tapped the screen of her phone. “Ten hours.”

“Until then,” Nathan agreed and clinked their glasses. “Now, tell me more about your hot neighbor.”

Deanna buried her head in her hands and groaned. “It’s awful. She’s gorgeous. And I can’t think around her. Or speak. I turn into a spluttering sixth grader with her first crush.”

“That’s disgusting and adorable. Tell me more. What’s her name?”


Author Bio

Michelle Osgood lives in Vancouver, BC, with her partner Elizabeth and their two cats. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and has been reading, writing and blogging in online communities for five years. She likes to read romance novels, speculative fiction and feminist pop culture critique.

Author Links: Website * Facebook * Twitter * Goodreads


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Blog Tour Stop: Wicked Need by Sawyer Bennett

Title: Wicked Need by Sawyer Bennett
The Wicked Horse Series Book Three
Publisher: Big Dog Books, LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Length: 364 pages

Summary:

Rand Bishop’s dreams of Olympic gold were shattered years ago but he’s left that all behind, settling into a new career and lifestyle that would make any man jealous. While he may not be competitively racing down the ski slopes anymore, he’s just as happy getting his rocks off as a Fantasy Maker for The Silo.

He’s good at what he does.
Damn good.

But while life couldn’t be better for Rand, it seems to be falling apart for Catherine Lyons Vaughn, the dark haired, brown-eyed beauty that has captivated an entire sex club.

Having spent years degrading herself on her husband’s whim and now left destitute after his death, Catherine has hit rock bottom. With nothing but her body to peddle, Catherine is merely trying to figure out how to survive in a harsh, cruel world. Lucky for her, Rand has taken her under his tattooed wing, and he’s determined to give her a safe life where she can be the woman she was always meant to be.

Now all Catherine has to do is believe she deserves the chance.

Warning: this book has sex in it. Lots of sex. Dirty sex. The Wicked Horse Series is a bit different than what Sawyer Bennett normally writes. While you’ll still enjoy fabulous characters, a suspenseful story, some witty banter and an epic romance, there’s just… a lot of sex. You’ve been warned.

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Purchase Links: Amazon * B&N * Google Play * iTunes


Author Bio

S BennettUSA Today Best-Selling Author, Sawyer Bennett is a snarky southern woman and reformed trial lawyer who decided to finally start putting on paper all of the stories that were floating in her head. Her husband works for a Fortune 100 company which lets him fly all over the world while she stays at home with their daughter and three big, furry dogs who hog the bed. Sawyer would like to report she doesn’t have many weaknesses but can be bribed with a nominal amount of milk chocolate.

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Review: The May Queen Murders by Sarah Jude

Title: The May Queen Murders by Sarah Jude
Publisher: HMH for Young Readers
Genre: Contemporary, Young Adult, Mystery
Length: 304 pages
Book Rating: B+

Complimentary Review Copy Provided by Publisher Through Edelweiss

Summary:

Stay on the roads. Don’t enter the woods. Never go out at night.

Those are the rules in Rowan’s Glen, a remote farming community in the Missouri Ozarks where Ivy Templeton’s family has lived for centuries. It’s an old-fashioned way of life, full of superstition and traditions, and sixteen-year-old Ivy loves it. The other kids at school may think the Glen kids are weird, but Ivy doesn’t care—she has her cousin Heather as her best friend. The two girls share everything with each other—or so Ivy thinks. When Heather goes missing after a May Day celebration, Ivy discovers that both her best friend and her beloved hometown are as full of secrets as the woods that surround them.

Review:

Set in the Missouri Ozarks, The May Queen Murders by Sarah Jude is an atmospheric, spell-binding young adult mystery.

Rowan’s Glen is home to generations of families who are deeply rooted in the insular community.  Ivy Templeton is a strong believer of the folklore, omens and superstitions that have been handed down by her grandma but her cousin and best friend, Heather, is not.  With various animals turning up dead, the town blames Birch Markle, a troubled young man who murdered a young woman twenty-five years ago then disappeared into the surrounding woods.  For the first time since the tragic murder, Rowan’s Glen has decided to celebrate May Day despite the concern from some the villagers.  In the weeks leading up to the celebration, Ivy and Heather are at odds when Ivy fears that her cousin is courting danger by sneaking around with someone from the neighboring town.  Her fears soon are realized when, shortly after being crowned May Queen, Heather disappears and days later, her lifeless body is discovered.  Shattered by her loss, Ivy is determined to uncover the truth about Heather’s murder but will her search for answers endanger not only her life, but her loved ones as well?

Although the community is close-knit, Ivy’s closest friends are Heather and Rook Merriweather.  She is hurt when Heather begins to exclude her and they begin to drift apart.  Ivy grows deeply worried for her cousin’s safety when she realizes that Heather is sneaking around after dark, but her concerns fall on deaf ears.  Hurtful words are exchanged during a heated confrontation, and Ivy is devastated when Heather dies before they reconcile their differences.

Despite the heightened security in the Glen following Heather’s murder, Ivy and Rook begin investigating the puzzling clues that Ivy discovers amongst Heather’s belongings.  One of their discoveries answers a decade’s old mystery but this information raises some very serious questions about some of the events occurring in the present.  Another troubling murder puts the town on edge as the search for killer intensifies.  Rook and Ivy stumble into a rather macabre situation that quickly turns deadly, leaving both of their lives hanging in the balance.

The May Queen Murders is an eerie, suspense laden mystery that is full of unexpected twists and turns. With a plethora of long buried secrets, chilling revelations and spooky folklore, Sarah Jude obscures the perpetrator’s identity until to the novel’s shocking conclusion.  An outstanding young adult novel that is sure to be a hit with readers of all ages.

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Review: The Never-Open Desert Diner by James Anderson

Title: The Never-Open Desert Diner by James Anderson
Publisher: Crown
Genre: Contemporary, Mystery
Length: 304 pages
Book Rating: B+

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Summary:

A singularly compelling debut novel, about a desert where people go to escape their past, and a truck driver who finds himself at risk when he falls in love with a mysterious woman.

Ben Jones lives a quiet, hardscrabble life, working as a trucker on Route 117, a little-travelled road in a remote region of the Utah desert which serves as a haven for fugitives and others looking to hide from the world. For many of the desert’s inhabitants, Ben’s visits are their only contact with the outside world, and the only landmark worth noting is a once-famous roadside diner that hasn’t opened in years.

Ben’s routine is turned upside down when he stumbles across a beautiful woman named Claire playing a cello in an abandoned housing development. He can tell that she’s fleeing something in her past—a dark secret that pushed her to the end of the earth—but despite his better judgment he is inexorably drawn to her.

As Ben and Claire fall in love, specters from her past begin to resurface, with serious and life-threatening consequences not only for them both, but for others who have made this desert their sanctuary. Dangerous men come looking for her, and as they turn Route 117 upside down in their search, the long-buried secrets of those who’ve laid claim to this desert come to light, bringing Ben and the other locals into deadly conflict with Claire’s pursuers. Ultimately, the answers they all seek are connected to the desert’s greatest mystery—what really happened all those years ago at the never-open desert diner?

In this unforgettable story of love and loss, Ben learns the enduring truth that some violent crimes renew themselves across generations. At turns funny, heartbreaking and thrilling, The Never-Open Desert Diner powerfully evokes an unforgettable setting and introduces readers to a cast of characters who will linger long after the last page.

Review:

Set against the backdrop of the Utah desert, The Never-Open Desert Diner by James Anderson is an atmospheric novel that is part mystery and part character study.  With its incredible setting and cast of eclectic but vastly appealing characters, this captivating debut will leave readers hopeful it is just the first of many installments starring truck driver Ben Jones.

Ben is an independent trucker whose route along the desolate 117 is much more than a job.  Caring deeply for the diverse customers he delivers packages to, his compassion for the residents leaves him on the verge of losing his business.  Fiercely protective of their desire for privacy, Ben shields them from the sudden scrutiny of strangers even when offered an opportunity that could potentially pull him from the brink of financial ruin.  Bewitched by the mysterious, ephemeral beauty whom he meets in a rather unorthodox (yet humorous) encounter, Ben is unwittingly drawn into a puzzling mystery that puts him and those he cares for in danger.

An orphan who was abandoned by his mother when he was a baby, Ben is one of those characters that is impossible not to like.  He is a bit of loner yet he cares deeply for the customers on his route.  He respects their vehement need for privacy and he never pushes for more contact than they are willing to give him.  He is pragmatic and accepting of his fate even in the face of losing the truck route that is more calling than job.  Down to earth with a surprising amount of depth under his somewhat taciturn exterior, Ben is a champion of those he cares for and he will do just about anything to protect them from outsiders.

One of the many notable characters on his route, Walt Butterfield is the cranky and enigmatic owner of  The Well-Known Desert Diner.  While many people know of the events of his tragic past, few know the actual details of the tragedy that continues to haunt him decades after it occurred.  Walt’s diner is now closed for business yet he meticulously keeps the interior exactly as it was the day he shut the doors to the public.  Hardened and irrefutably shaped by his misfortune, Walt has a surprising capacity for love when the prospect to right a wrong presents itself.

The unexpected appearance of Claire, a mysterious woman on the run from her past, provides Ben an unanticipated chance at love.  Immediately smitten, he returns as often as possible with hopes of catching a glimpse of the beautiful stranger.  Their encounters slowly evolve from slightly antagonistic to friendship then surprisingly, to romance.  However, Claire’s unresolved past soon collides with her present which leaves Ben uncertain about their future together.

The harsh Utah desert is as much a character in the story as it is the setting.  The descriptions of the bleak landscape are tempered by Mr. Anderson’s uncanny ability to find beauty in an arid region that is truly breathtaking.  This wild and untamed location springs vibrantly to life and the reader experiences the vagaries of weather and the bleak isolation alongside Ben and the assorted cast of characters.

The Never-Open Desert Diner by James Anderson is a fascinating peek into the lives of people who manage to thrive despite the hardship and heartbreak they experience while eking out a hard fought existence in an unforgiving stretch of isolated desert.  Beautifully rendered with an ensemble of quirky but likable characters, this debut is an entertaining and thought-provoking story that I absolutely loved and highly recommend to anyone who enjoys character driven novels with a hint of mystery.

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eBook Contest April 27

Here are the eBooks for this week’s Winning Wednesday contest:

Title: Welcome Home, Cowboy by Annie Rains
Hero’s Welcome Series Book Two
Publisher: Loveswept
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 265 pages

Summary:

With its thriving military base, Seaside, North Carolina, is teeming with heroes of all stripes. But, as the Hero’s Welcome series from Annie Rains continues, it takes a cowboy to rescue the town’s newest resident from heartache.

After a bad breakup leaves Julie Chandler completely devastated, she comes to Seaside seeking a fresh start. A talented, compassionate yoga teacher, she has developed a program to help alleviate the effects of PTSD, but getting a bunch of bullheaded Marines into downward facing dog might be impossible. So Julie’s shocked when one of her first students dives in headfirst—and almost tempts her to take down her walls with his easy smile and electrifying touch.

Ever since Texas cowboy turned Marine pilot Lawson Phillips lost a crew member in a helicopter accident, he hasn’t been able to fly. When a psychologist orders him to attend, of all things, a yoga class, Lawson’s outraged—until he finds out Julie is the instructor. She’s beautiful, graceful, and completely guarded when it comes to his advances, but he’s determined to find out what makes her tick. Because underneath Julie’s hard shell is a woman Lawson knows he could fall for—and he’s not ready for the ride to end.


return of the bad boyTitle: Return of the Bad Boy by Jessica Lemmon
Second Chances Series Book Four
Publisher: Forever
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 416 pages

Summary:

He’s a mess…

Asher Knight has three constants in his life: music, beautiful women, and a bottle of Jack. He lives for the next gig, the next city, and dreams only of a life spent in front of an arena full of screaming fans. But Asher’s nomad ways come to a sudden stop when he learns he’s the father of a three-year-old from a past relationship and suddenly this rock star bad boy is forced to put down roots.

Only she can clean up

Gloria Shields is no one’s fool. Sure, the sexual chemistry between her and Asher has always been intense, but she’d never risk giving her heart to a man who has a perfect record for breaking them. Except the man desperate to make things right with his newfound son is nothing like the rock god she’s guarded her heart against for years. And it isn’t long before she starts to wonder if life with this bad boy might be the best thing that’s ever happened to her.


believing roryTitle: Believing Rory by S.C. Wynne
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, New Adult, M/M, Romance
Length: 200 pages

Summary:

Will Rory bring them together or stand between them?

Eighteen-year-old Lane Graham has always relied on his braver, more confident buddy, Rory. But Rory’s sudden suicide blindsides Lane and sends him into an emotional tailspin. How’s he supposed to start college in a few months feeling this damaged?

Baron MacDonald knew Rory from playing League of Legends together. He was always intrigued by Lane’s online presence, and Rory had promised to set them up. Now that Rory’s gone, Baron has to approach Lane on his own.

On the surface, Baron and Lane couldn’t seem more different. Baron is confident and serious, and Lane is guarded and uncertain. But it’s the pain beneath the flesh that binds these two souls together like barbed wire and cement.


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