April 28, 2014

The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa Review

The Forever Song
Blood of Eden #3
by Julie Kagawa
Published on April 15th 2014
Harlequin Teen, 416 pages


Allison Sekemoto once struggled with the question: human or monster? 

With the death of her love, Zeke, she has her answer. 


Allie will embrace her cold vampire side to hunt down and end Sarren, the psychopathic vampire who murdered Zeke. But the trail is bloody and long, and Sarren has left many surprises for Allie and her companions—her creator, Kanin, and her blood brother, Jackal. The trail is leading straight to the one place they must protect at any cost—the last vampire-free zone on Earth, Eden. And Sarren has one final, brutal shock in store for Allie. 

In a ruined world where no life is sacred and former allies can turn on you in one heartbeat, Allie will face her darkest days. And if she succeeds, triumph is short-lived in the face of surviving forever alone.

- Goodreads.com description

The long anticipated end of this amazing trilogy! I was so so excited! And let me tell you, The Forever Song didn't disappoint one tiny bit. It was fast paced, adventurous, heart breaking, crazy scary and a huge suspense! 

Allie is incredible in this book. She is fierce, strong and her mind is set on getting to Sarren no matter what. Her wish for revenge has no limits. She is going to get to him no matter what.

In this book we get to know Kanin and Jackal better. Jackal was a very important part of this book and he made the story way more intrigue and hilarious, that I found myself laughing so hard even though they were in the middle of a crisis. Jackal is freaking awesome. 

The writing was beautiful, like I would expect from Julie Kagawa. The story ran smooth, although I sometimes felt like the journey was soooo long and filled with sooo many traps. Still, it was exciting and terrifying. 

Over all, it was an awesome ending to this astonishing trilogy. Really, I couldn't imagine a better ending. I wish I could say more, but to avoid major spoilers, I have to keep it simple like this. The Forever Song is a must read for fans of dystopia!

April 27, 2014

Taking Chances by Ariadne Wayne Release Blitz

Taking Chances - Release Blitz
By Ariadne Wayne
Contemporary Romance
Date Published: April 27, 2014

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Lauren and Mark Burrows lost their parents in a car accident one night. Despite their father being the drunk driver, both struggle with the urge to turn to drink; Lauren most of all. When all they have is each other, Lauren feels lost when Mark falls in love with Cassie Warren and moves out.

Ethan Stone has been alone since his divorce. His ex-wife took him for everything, and he has felt empty for a long time. He's not looking for love, but Lauren brings him back to life. The question is whether she can fight her demons for the man she loves, and if Ethan can handle the wild ride that is life with Lauren.


With Ethan’s arm around her shoulders, Lauren nestled up close, nuzzling his cheek.

“I did want to watch this, Lauren. You’ll distract me.”

“That’s the idea.”

He grinned. “I am trying not to make our relationship just about sex.”

“I know. I’m happy right here, but I’m still trying to distract you.”

Ethan laughed. “You’re so naughty.”

“Always.” She rolled her eyes. “As if I would be anything else.”

He kissed her lips softly. “Is that better?”

“Getting there.”

“If I keep kissing you, I’m not going to want to stop.” He said, in an attempt to look serious.

“That’s what I’m counting on.”

Ethan kissed her on the nose. “That’s all you’re getting until the movie is finished.”

“Spoil sport.”

She rested her head on his shoulder. Moving his hand down from her shoulder to rub her arm, he shared a smile before snuggling up again.

“I know I tease, but I do like this,” she said.

“So do I. You know, it’s been so long since I was this close to anyone. Just to have you here and in my arms is the best feeling.”

“I’m glad, Ethan. I’ve been looking forward to being here with you, even if it is only for a few days.”

“We’ll have to make the most of it. Spend every second we can together.”

He leaned back to look at her. What this beautiful woman saw in him, he didn’t know. Her long blonde hair hung in curls around her shoulders, and she had those gorgeous brown eyes that just sucked you in. The type you just want to look into forever.

She smiled, and his stomach plunged through the floor. There was so much to her that no-one else could ever know about. How anyone had never worked that out was a mystery, but Ethan saw it.

The depth of Lauren’s feeling in return was obvious. Looking at her, really looking at her, her emotions were written all over her face.

“How can no-one have claimed you before,” he said, softly.

She blushed, colour flooding her cheeks. The look on her face made his heart race at the thought she was his.

“Ethan,” she whispered.

Ariadne Wayne

Ariadne Wayne loves books and lives in Auckland, New Zealand with her husband and two children. Having always had a prolific imagination she now writes the words down instead of storing them in her head where she can't share them.

When she's not writing she works in Telecommunications, frequently banging her head on the desk with the random things that can happen to the ordinary phone line.

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April 25, 2014

To Catch a Spinster by Megan Bryce PROMO Blitz

To Catch a Spinster - PROMO Blitz 
By Megan Bryce
Historical Romance
Date Published: June 2012

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Come back to a time when manners are everything and rules are made to never be broken. Come back to a time when men are in charge and women do what they are told...
Yeah, that never happened.
Welcome to Megan Bryce's Regencyland, where ladies with backbone get what they want. Where a woman can thumb her nose at rules and care little for convention, and yet somehow, unexpectedly and most reluctantly, find love.
To Catch A Spinster
Olivia Blakesley, self-proclaimed spinster extraordinaire, is quite happy with her life. She has her studies and her duties, what need does she have of a husband? With five sisters married she knows the reality does not live up to the promise, and does not need to personally experiment with the state to know she would be ill-suited to it. However, she finds herself envious of at least one aspect of marriage. But to experience the physical side of marriage, one doesn't need a husband, all one needs is the right man...
Nathaniel Jenkins knows his duty. Marry a young girl from a respectable family and father an heir, no matter how cold the endless parade of suitable girls leaves him. But a shocking proposal from a scholarly spinster leaves him wondering if unsuitable is just what he's looking for. Can he convince his spinster that marriage is the greatest experiment of all?


Miss Olivia Blakesley watched as her youngest sister was married and thought, “That does it, old girl. You are officially on the shelf.”
Truthfully, she wasn’t quite yet. But at the ripe old age of seven and twenty, with two older sisters and three younger sisters all married, she was close enough. What man would want the sister who had been left behind? More importantly, why would she want the man who would want her?
She wouldn’t. So it was a good thing she had her studies and responsibilities. She was fairly certain she would have gone stark raving mad these last eight years waiting for a suitor who would never come if she hadn’t started studying the stars or helping her father with the accounts. Not exactly respectable activities for a gentle young woman, but she enjoyed them.

Her mother blamed those activities for her current matrimonial-less state. What woman would rather sneak outside to paint stars than flirt with a beau? What woman who was at least pretending she wanted to get married would wear those high-necked, front-buttoned, somber-colored old maid rags?
Olivia handed her mother, who sat sniffling in the pew beside her, a clean handkerchief.
“Thank you, Olivia. I can always count on your handkerchief to be dry at weddings, can’t I? I don’t understand how you can be so emotionless.”
“I’m not emotionless, and you should be grateful as you now have two handkerchiefs to drench.”
Olivia’s father winked at her as he patted his wife’s hand. “It’s not as if this wedding was a surprise, my dear.”
No, Eugenia had been promising that she would be snatched up the quickest since Prudence had taken nearly two years in the marriage mart. Eugenia had lasted a mere two months. The Blakesley sisters were nothing if not goal-oriented.
Olivia had her own goals and, unfortunately for her mother, they did not include catching a husband. Even so, she did not want to die inexperienced in love, estranged from her sisters because they knew something she didn’t.
She did not want to die a virgin spinster aunt, caring for her aging parents.
It would be much better if she could die an experienced spinster aunt, caring for her aging parents.
She glanced at the cross hanging above the vicar’s head. Dear Lord, what was she considering? Was she really thinking of. . .
No. It was a sin. And she was in a church, for heaven’s sake.
But as her father was wont to say: In the course of life, some commandments must be broken. For emergencies. For science.
Thou shalt not kill. Definitely one to be broken in an emergency.
Thou shalt not worship any graven images. A few might say that Olivia worshiped her Dutch-made telescope. For science, of course.
Honor thy father and mother. She had never been any good at that one.
Thou shalt not commit adultery. . .
Well, she just wouldn’t choose a married man. This was, after all, a scientific emergency.
She was not going to die an old maid.
Olivia looked back at the altar. Her beautiful sister in her lace-trimmed ivory satin wedding gown beamed at her new husband, who looked down at her with obvious love and a little bit of panic. Olivia would never have that. She would never fall in love. Never have someone to depend on– only herself.
She nodded. So be it. If she could not have everything, she would have something. If she could not have love, she would have lust. She would find someone to teach her desire.

About the Author:

Megan Bryce sits in front of a computer all day making up stories for a living. Which means she is not nearly as interesting (as well as tall, svelte, and/or dressed) as her characters. She gets bored quickly and just can't be bothered with anyone in her head who doesn't make her laugh-- which translates into fun books, outrageous situations, and witty characters who will leave you laughing and gasping for more.


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April 23, 2014

Top Ten Characters That Inspired Me To Be a Better Person

It's Top 10 Tuesday (hosted at The Broke and the Bookish) and the topic is:  
Top 10 Characters That Inspired Me To Be a Better Person

1. Rose Hathaway in Vampire Academy
Oh, Rose. She came into my life in the moment where I most needed her. She reminded me of how I really was and that I have to be strong. Always. Even when things are awful and hard, to never stop fighting. 

2. Tris in Divergent
Oh Tris. She inspired me to be brave and selfless and strong. And to always face the truth, because it matters and it can change a lot.

3. Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games
Life is cruel. But that's not reason enough to stop fighting for it.

4. Callie in Nine Rules to Break While Romancing a Rake
To be reckless sometimes. To force myself out of the comfort zone. That it might lead to something better. Way better.

5. Hazel in The Fault in our Stars
To live. To appreciate life as fully as possible. 

6. Taylor in Jellicoe Road
More. There is more out there if you to search for it. And it's worth it.

7. Eva in Bared To You
Don't let go just because things are hard or because you are scared.

8. Lexi in Avoiding Commitment
It is good for you to let go of relationships that are bad for you. Respect yourself.

9. Addie in Pivot Point
There are not good or bad decisions. There are only the decisions that you can live with.

10. Ruby in The Darkest Minds
Don't ever be afraid of who you really are. Embrace it.
Which characters inspired YOU to be a better person? :)

April 08, 2014

Top Ten Most Unique Books I've Read

It's Top 10 Tuesday (hosted at The Broke and the Bookish) and the topic is:  
Top Ten Most Unique Books I've Read
1. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
This book, this book.. even after all this time, when I think of it, there is only a word that pops into my mind, and that is: beautiful. Simply, beautiful.

2. The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
This book is just fantastic! And inspiring. And beautiful. And heartbreaking. Incredible.

3. How To Save A Life by Sara Zarr
No words.

4. This Is Not A Test by Courtney Summers
I still feel the shiver all over my arms when I think of this book.

5. Crewel by Gennifer Albin
The world that this author created is.. wow, just wow.

6. The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken
Holy shit, this author's mind is incredible. The plot, the world building, the characters... this book is made of awesome. Really.

7. The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski
Never have I ever felt so connected to a character before.

8. Golden by Jessi Kirby
This book was so inspiring and real and heartbreaking and hopeful and so much more. It will strike you on a very deep-personal level. 

9. The boyfriend list by E. Lockhart 
Shrink appointments? Mommy issues? Mean girls? Boys? The extraordinary Ruby Oliver? This book has it all!

10. The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
I am still so lost here. But so eager to know what's going on!! 
What is the most unique book YOU've ever read? :)

April 06, 2014

How do you feel? Well, let me tell you how I feel.

No matter where I turn, I always end up in an inner conflict with the social representations of society in interpersonal relations.

So many things have already been said, and so many are said every day, but it feels like it's never quite enough said.
This time around I was reading a blog, and there was this girl explaining how she sees interpersonal relationships today and how she feels about it. I think the post is written very good. She explains how man are against committing because of various reasons, but the main one is "I am still trying to find myself". Or when they decide they don't want to keep seeing a person, they just ignore her. No closure. Nothing. Which of course leaves a woman wondering a) what happened with the guy, as in, did he died? and b) what is wrong with me? Did I do something wrong? Of course she is frustrated and thoughtfully pissed off. Is being lead on and then "boooom" dumped with no reason or explanation whatsoever. Show me a person that would not be pissed off about it! She is trying to explain in her post how communication matters. A lot. And that we need closure. 

I mean, no one is going to kill themselves because someone did not reciprocate our feelings. It hurts, don't get me wrong, but we heal and we move on. While no closure leave us with feelings of confusion and so many questions and most of the time we turn the answers to ourselves, as in, something is wrong with me, I must have done something wrong. 

Which is wrong. So very wrong. 

It's also hard to tell a person, that sadly we don't feel the same attraction or share the same feelings as they do. It's really hard, actually. But should't we respect the person and tell them what we feel, rather then just leave them be in this state of wondering what is wrong with them? People have enough of insecurities all by themselves and I think we should try our best not to add them up to them. 

But what bothered me the most about that post, were the comments. All the male population that commented on the post, were plain rude and hateful. As in "You are attacking men, most probably you have a problem" or "It's you that are doing things wrong and not the men population". And I was like O_o. I was so angry. 

So what, if someone express their opinion about the view of the world (that is different from others) we have to attack them for doing so? Funny, cause most of the women agreed with the post. 

But it left me wondering.. Why do men always attack women, when they say what they think? Same goes for the other way around. Don't they see?

It's neither's fault. It's society's fault. 

Lets leave feminism aside for a moment, thought it does play a big role here. We'll come to it later. Society wanted to create individuals full of insecurities, with no sense or a very poor sense of rightness and wrongness, and with values that are much different from the ones people had 50 years ago. Why? Because these people will be perfect consumers. They will buy anything that keep them fit, young, beautiful, special. To fill that void they constantly feel in their chests. Because, this is what the capitalism wanted. 

That's why if you look back, 20-10 years ago, you must remember the revolution of parenting. Permissive upbringing style. It exploded like a bomb and expanded rapidly in the Western societies. Parents did't punish their child any more when he/she did something wrong. The word "no" became nonexistent. Because really, if you say no once, doesn't really work with kids. You have to say it more times than once. So, no word "no", no punishment for bad behaviour or actions, no nothing. Therefore, a child can do anything with no consequences whatsoever. Now, take the fact that these kids are now grown ups, and tell me what you see?

A disaster, a collapse of values and most of interpersonal relationship that are going nowhere, because they require work and effort. And God forbid I actually have to work on something. I mean, it's easier to just leave it behind, say nothing and just disappear without saying anything? No. I am telling you now, this is wrong.

But what actually bothered me the most about those comments was.. you're a feminist. Why? Because I speak up mind mind? Oh my god, this word, seems these days has become the biggest insult ever. I don't even think people know the meaning of this word. And they throw it at your face like nothing. For anything that you say that involves speaking up for yourself. Well, let me tell you, this isn't feminism. 

I was talking with a very good friend the other day and he said "Women wear make-up to impress men". And I was like "Huh?" For the record, I don't wear make-up every day. Not because I don't like it, but because, quite honestly I can't be bothered to wake up half an hour before to do it. I do, however, wear it when I got out. But I don't wear it to impress someone, I wear it because it makes me feel prettier. And there is a difference there. Women may not feel pretty without it, or they just like to wear it, or just whatever. If it makes someone feel better about themselves, why not? And feminism has nothing to do with it.

What I actually felt in that moment when he said it was.. I may not have all the answers. And I definitely don't. I definitely don't know how all the women of the world think. But I do know something. I am not happy with the society today. I do struggle everyday. I go to work, I go to University, I pay my bills, my University fees, the drinks that I drink, the food that I eat. I have my insecurities, my problems and my consequences to face. And I bear it. All by myself. Everyday. Do you think it's easy? It's not. Yeah, I am independent, but at what cost? After 12-hours shift, everything hurts. I am 25 and I look at my legs with all the blue veins popping out from standing for so long? For the sake of being independent? And when I speak my mind about all the things that are wrong in this society, you say I am a feminist? Really?! 

Because what feminists wanted to achieve, was independence, freedom. I get it. But in the society that we live today is so so fucking hard to survive on our own. Men or women.  And bearing it all by ourselves is even harder. So, don't call me a feminist, because I am trying to survive, or to get a slightly better future for myself. Just don't. Because I am not doing it because I want to, I am doing it because I have to. 

I was raised in a collective society. And I still believe in it. Individualism and such... it's  feels wrong. We were born as social human beings. We rely on each other to survive. It might not mean literally as it did 2000 years ago. But, a group is stronger. Together we are stronger. A deep connection with people around us make us feel stronger, valuable and accepted.  We don't have to face the world all by ourselves. But, together we can face anything.

Until next time,

April 05, 2014

Orange Blossom by Sarah Daltry Release Blitz

Orange Blossom - Release Blitz
By Sarah Daltry
New Adult Contemporary
Date Published: April 4, 2014

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“I’ve never understood a year. A year was always a measurement of something bad for me. A year in my father’s prison sentence, a year since my mom’s death, a year left of school before I could get far, far away from here. Now, as I look down the end of my college career, with only a little more than a semester to go, a year seems like something magical. It has been a year since Lily chose me, since she sat with me on the old swing set and made a decision that I was worthy of her. And every minute of the entire year has been better than the last.”

You already know their stories: Lily, the perfect princess, always living someone else’s life. And Jack, the broken boy, who had stopped believing in hope. Somehow, though, they found each other and what was one night blossomed into a love story.

Now, a year later, Jack and Lily are dreaming of the future. Despite all of his promises to himself that he would never be indebted to anyone, Jack makes a new promise – this time to Lily – that he will be there for her forever. But when life unravels for them, he starts to pull away, and Lily worries he’s out of reach for good.

When Jack does the unthinkable, Lily is left destroyed. Is it possible to have a happily ever after? Does love ever really save anyone?


He’s smiling. Not that smirk he gets when he’s bitter but also pleased about something. It’s not the smile that says that he knows happiness is temporary. When he lines up his Skee-ball shot, there is a smile on his face that is pure. Genuine. It’s like taking a step back and seeing Jack in a photograph. One from years before his life went crazy. He is just a dorky kid playing Skee-ball and he’s so happy when he nails the shot. He does an awkward little dance and it’s the kind of thing about Jack that makes me love him. He’s gorgeous and sexy and aggressive yet sweet. He’s kind and considerate of me, both sexually and in general. But I don’t love Jack for that. I love him because there is light in the world in the space he takes up. I know he doesn’t see it, but he’s inside himself. From the outside, all I see is the absolute electricity and fire that fills the air around him.
“That’s how it’s done,” he tells me when he finishes his game, wrapping up his ridiculous stack of tickets. I’m so going to lose, but I don’t care. He’s happy. I just almost wish I were better at this, so we could stay here longer, so that Jack could be this part of himself for as long as he needs.
“I think you’re perfect,” I say.
“Because I’m good at Skee-ball? Shit, that’s all it takes?”
I shake my head. “No, but you tell me all the time. I don’t think I ever say it to you. I don’t like the idea of perfection. It’s too much of a standard to live up to, but I don’t think you even understand. It’s cheesy and probably cliché, but I just can’t imagine how I could breathe without you. How did I exist before this?”
He looks down, uncomfortable because it is one thing to tell Jack he’s hot or sexy; he can handle that and he gets arrogant and ridiculous when I tell him that. However, this part of him, this vulnerability, he buries it so deep that drawing attention to it makes him want to disappear. But I don’t want that. I want him to embrace it, because it’s beautiful.
“Don’t look down,” I say and I lift his face to look at me. His eyes explode with light, the way fireworks do on New Year’s when the sky is like ink and then it’s suddenly on fire. I lean in and kiss him, feeling his hands tighten on my arms and his lips opening against mine. He’s scared. I can feel it in the way he kisses me today; he feels himself falling and he is trying to hold on and I need to figure out how to be steady enough to hold him. “Trust me,” I plead. “Let me take some of what you’re feeling. I can handle it, Jack.”
He nods. “Another day. Today, I just want to stay here, to be here with you, where it’s safe and comfortable and my entire world is this. Where strawberries and popcorn and Skee-ball and shitty plastic toys are the entirety of what exists.” He pauses. “I promise, Lily. I will. Soon. But let me hide from it. Just for a little longer?”
“Okay, but don’t hide from me, okay?” I ask.

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About the Author

Sarah Daltry writes about the regular people who populate our lives. She’s written works in various genres – romance, erotica, fantasy, horror. Genre isn’t as important as telling a story about people and how their lives unfold. Sarah tends to focus on YA/NA characters but she’s been known to shake it up. Most of her stories are about relationships – romantic, familial, friendly – because love and empathy are the foundation of life. It doesn’t matter if the story is set in contemporary NY, historical Britain, or a fantasy world in the future – human beings are most interesting in the ways they interact with others. This is the principle behind all of Sarah’s stories.

Sarah has spent most of her life in school, from her BA and MA in English and writing to teaching both at the high school and college level. She also loves studying art history and really anything because learning is fun.

When Sarah isn’t writing, she tends to waste a lot of time checking Facebook for pictures of cats, shooting virtual zombies, and simply staring out the window.

The other titles in the Flowering series are Forget Me Not, Lily of the Valley, Blue Rose, and Star of Bethlehem. The final book, Ambrosia, will be out in June.

Sarah has also written Bitter Fruits, an urban fantasy romance, and Backward Compatible, a gamer geek romantic comedy.

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April 04, 2014

Its In His Kiss Anthology Book Blitz

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It’s In His Kiss (Six Authors, Six Vacation Romances) - Release Blitz
Contemporary Romance
Date Published: April 2, 2014

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Going on vacation never felt so good! Six steamy stories, six sexy men to take you away from it all and sweep you off your feet. Each sweet and spicy novella is approximately 10,000 words (35 pages) and is available exclusively in this collection. Your vacation getaways include:

Ashley Blake: In “Kisses on Fire” (Amazing Love #2.5), the last thing broken-hearted Abby Hunter is looking for is a vacation romance with sexy, mysterious Zane Andrews—until she finds the courage to stop running and start healing.

Ava Claire: In “Waiting for You,” Melissa Foster’s dream getaway to Santa Cruz becomes a solo trip after her boyfriend dumps her. Who would have guessed that wealthy entrepreneur Logan Mason would be part of her vacation package?

Rosalind James: In “Just for You” (Escape to New Zealand #0.5), rugby star Hemi Ranapia meets a beautiful—and very unimpressed­—blast from his past, and finds his fishing holiday taking a most unexpected turn.

Sabrina Lacey: In “The Fall” (Throbbing Hearts #0.5), Brendan Clark receives the gift of a weekend in Mendocino to lick some romantic wounds, and discovers an older woman with a broken heart of her own.

Kimball Lee: In “Curing Charlotte” (The Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles), publishing magnate Alexander Bly hopes that an exotic vacation will help Charlotte Christiansen regain her lost memories of their love. But the real cure may be in his kiss . . .

Ellie Meade: In “The Best Man,” Maid of Honor Kayley Frost finds herself in sunny Aruba, attending a wedding she should have never agreed to. After meeting the sinfully sexy Best Man, she discovers her long-lost confidence returning—and her world being set on fire.


Ashley Blake likes to combine a good romance with steamy love scenes. Her goal is to write stories that stimulate your heart and your senses!

Ava Claire is a sucker for Alpha males and happily ever afters. When not putting pen to paper or glued to her e-reader, Ava likes road tripping, karaoke, vintage fashion, and fantasizing about her favorite book boyfriends.

Rosalind James, the author of the Amazon-bestselling “Escape to New Zealand” series and “Kincaids” series, attributes her success to the suspicion that “lots of women would like to escape to New Zealand! I know I did!”

Sabrina Lacey's writing style blend of funny and sizzling has made her first series, “I Love My . . . Romance” an Amazon best-seller, hitting number one in both erotica and women's fiction. She writes from the heart, about the heart, and for the heart.

Kimball Lee is the author of the Amazon best-selling series “The Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles,” as well as the “Temptation Road” series and “LUC: In The Age Of Copies.” She writes romantic, funny, interesting, happy, sad, thrilling, often titillating, and always thought-provoking books that pack a lot of good reading into just the right number of pages, while leaving out the “boring parts”!

Ellie Meade is a wife and a mother of three rambunctious children. Her active imagination and passion for love stories inspire her to write sexy, edgy, and enthralling romance novels.

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