Tour Stop & Giveaway: Change of Address by Jordan S. Brock

Title: Change of Address by Jordan S. Brock
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, M/M, Romance
Length: 312 pages/Word Count: 81,800

Summary:

Air Force sergeant Michael Baldwin wanted nothing more than to escape his family’s political ambitions, but his dream of freedom was shattered by an enemy bullet to the head. Two years later, he and his service dog, Kaylee, resist his father’s demand to join him on the campaign trail—where a photogenic “wounded warrior” is always an asset—and instead return to the family’s summer home on Hartsbridge Island.

There Michael and his beautiful German shepherd capture the attention of Josh Goldberg, co-owner of the local bagel shop. Josh has a knack for business and a killer repertoire of his bubbe’s recipes. But lack of education undermines his confidence, and Josh’s father doesn’t share his ambition for the restaurant’s future.

Chicken soup and bacon might be the way to Michael’s heart, but he and Josh need time to learn about everything that comes after—lessons that Governor Baldwin and his relentless ambition will do anything to thwart. Letting someone in is a tall order for two men who can’t trust themselves, but if they have any hope of a future together, that’s exactly what they’ll need to do.

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Purchase Link: Riptide Publishing


Author Bio

Coffee-fueled author Jordan Brock writes engaging contemporary romance with a deliciously pan-romantic sensibility and an emphasis on consent, respect, and, of course, love. Her characters are constantly surprised by the way love’s slow burn sneaks up on them.

Jordan’s children are all four-legged and furry. They love to be oh-so-helpful with her writing. She can usually be found hiding from the sun with her service dog and her puppy-in-training. (She tried the training thing with cats first, since cats are so much smarter, but it was a no-go.)

Before she was published, Jordan worked as a tech writer in the semiconductor industry. She’s also created labs and learning materials for auto, diesel , and motorcycle mechanics. The technology was the easy part; the hard part was trying not to slip in pop-culture snark.

Jordan lives in the desert outside Phoenix, Arizona, despite the fact she turns into gray goo and blue hair dye when exposed to heat. For fun, she hunts scorpions in the backyard, with a blowtorch, and a crowbar. She’s chronically unavailable for at least a month after new game releases from Blizzard. She’s an unapologetic fangirl and has been known to write an occasional fanfic to prove Bucky Barnes is not a villain. Oh, and she crochets the cutest amigurumi ever.

If you’d like to learn more about Jordan, check out her blog and website at jordansbrock.com.

Author Links: Website * Twitter * Goodreads


Giveaway

To celebrate the release of Change of Address, one lucky winner will receive a stuffed United States Air Force bear and $15 in Riptide credit!

baldwin-bear

Leave a comment with your contact info to enter the contest. Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on October 29, 2016. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Thanks for following the tour, and don’t forget to leave your contact info!

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30 Comments

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30 Responses to Tour Stop & Giveaway: Change of Address by Jordan S. Brock

  1. Lisa

    It sounds great, I look forward to reading it!
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  2. susana

    Congratulations on the release, Jordan. It sounds really good!
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  3. Congratulations on the release of the book, Jordan – I think it’s a good start to the series!
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  4. Jen

    Thanks for the post! Change of Address sounds good and I have added it to my TBR list.

    jen(dot)f(at)mac(dot)com

  5. H.B.

    Thank you for the post! Best of luck with the release!
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  6. Sounds like a great book.
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  7. Trix

    Good luck with the release!

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  8. Joanne B

    Congrats on the new release. It sounds like a wonderful start to a new series.

  9. Sandra R.

    This sounds quite interesting. Much success!
    taina1959 @ yahoo.com

  10. Suzanne Edwards

    Cats are so much smarter! Loooove it 🙂 Presently, I am a crazy cat lady, but, I grew up with at least 3 dogs in the house at a time! I had to look up what amigurumi was and you must be very patient to crochet so delicate and small! Your book sounds like it comes from the heart and I can’t wait to read it. Thanks for the chance to win a credit to buy it; the cute bear is such a bonus! snsvwtime at aol dot com

    • I love cats! I’ve currently got three, ranging from my tiny six-pounder to my ancient eighteen-year-old grumpycat. They often help with my crocheting.

      By certain definitions of “help,” anyway.

      • Suzanne Edwards

        Yes, kitties can be a great “help” with all sorts of projects and hobbies! We had a grumpycat for 13 years when he passed away at 15 a couple of years ago. Then soon after, we saved a feisty rescue. In July we also adopted 4 littermates, who are now almost 7 months old. Then at work, we feed 4 ferals (one is the mama of the littermates) that are regulars and 2 others that are scavengers. The 4 regulars have all been T-N-R’ed 🙂 We also have seen 2 skunks off and on at work that are the ultimate left over scavengers at night! Luckily we have never smelled them, just viewed them through the door! Whew! Bunches of Kitty Cats! Lol! Thanks for sharing more!

  11. Ami

    I have it; can’t wait to read it

    amie_07(at)yahoo(dot)com

  12. Timitra

    What a great giveaway!

  13. bn100

    sounds interesting

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  14. Ree Dee

    I can’t wait to read the book and thank you for sharing!
    ree.dee.2014 (at) gmail (dot) com