Friday, May 10, 2019

Cover Reveal!: BECOMING THE BOSS by Hayley Faiman!

Today we have the cover reveal for Hayley Faiman’s BECOMING THE BOSS! Check it out and pre-order your copy today!


Author: Hayley Faiman

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Day: May 23rd


Luciana Rossi is untouchable, the Principessa of the Zanetti Famiglia, until one day she becomes extremely vulnerable. Unsure of who to trust, or where to turn, she follows the man that she’s had a connection with since childhood. Gavino Santoro is hungry. He craves power, control, and Luciana. Taking over the Zanetti Famiglia has been his goal since he began climbing the ranks of one of New York's most powerful families. Now that the power he craves is within his grasp, he needs the wife that will complete his image of being the new Zanetti Boss. Even if he has to lie and manipulate the beautiful woman to bend her to his will. Two people doomed by circumstance. An organization in upheaval. Nothing but uncertainty in the future. Morality is nothing but a concept. This is the beginning of the Zanetti Famiglia’s new empire.

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  Peeking my tongue out, I take a daring chance and taste his bottom lip. He tastes like brandy and cigarettes, mixed with a spicy cologne. He’s delicious. “Do you want to own a fallen princess, Gavvy?” I exhale. His fingers slide down my waist, gripping my ass ruthlessly hard, his fingers digging into the flesh. I should cry out, but instead, I moan, enjoying how good the bite of pain feels. His hips flex and I feel the unmistakable hardness of his cock press against my belly. “I already own you, Luciana. I own you and I’ll selfishly use you, then I’ll sell you to the highest bidder,” he announces softly. His warning, it should terrify me. I should push him away, slap his face, and spit in his eye. What I definitely should not do, is press my mouth against his, I shouldn’t slip my tongue between his lips, and lastly, I shouldn’t moan when his already tight grip on my ass become even tighter. Gavino, quickly breaks the kiss, taking a step back, his eyes focused on mine. “Pack your personal shit, Luciana. You have five minutes,” he warns. He doesn’t even look winded from our kiss, he looks completely unaffected, his jaw clenched hard and his eyes showing zero emotion. I nod, taking a step back, attempting to catch my breath. He may be unaffected, but that doesn’t mean that I am. There is no way to deny that even as scared as I am, as terrified of what the future holds, and his warnings—I want him.

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I was born and raised in a small farming town in California. I met my husband when I was 16 and he was 19. We married four years later and have two little boys! We lived in Oregon for a few years while he served in the US Coast Guard. Texas is now where we call home, where our boots rest, and where we’re raising our two little boys and a chocolate lab named Optimus Prime.

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Release Blitz: NO STONE UNTURNED by Ariana Rose!

Today we have the release blitz for NO STONE UNTURNED by Ariana Rose! Check it out and grab your copy today!


Author: Ariana Rose

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About No Stone Unturned:

The enemies of my past are everywhere. My demons are trying to take over me but for the first time in my life, I have something worth fighting for. I let her go once, but I’ll be damned if it ever happens again. I begged her to have faith, now she’s finally ready to take a leap with me. I will be here to catch her with open arms. This is our time. This is our life. This is our love. I will leave NO STONE UNTURNED to keep her safe from harm. She is MINE. Now and forever.  

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Alexandra slides the balcony door open. The cool night air drifts in and blows the curtains in a ripple. She steps out, grabs the rails, and turns her head skyward. Her green dress and the hair down her back float like the curtains. I follow Alexandra’s footprints in my rug out into the night…and her. I slide my hands over her shoulders and slowly down her arms. “Would you tell me what you’re thinking? Are you regretting coming up here?” Her head lowers. “No. Not even a little.” I know she has more to say, so I let the noise of the city fill the silence between us until she continues. “I had a dream once I never told you about. I had a conversation with Lainey. It was in a place just like this.” That admission hits my heart in an unexpected way. “You did?” “Julian, when we were in Savannah, it was not the time to talk about her or ask questions unless you did. I know some of the loss you feel. I watched my dad. I felt things myself. The things that were most important to me then, and still are now, are that you are ready and that you know I would never, and will never, try to take her place. I want you to feel like you can share her with me. Knowing her will only allow me to know you better. “I’ve thought that for a long time. So, much like I talked to my mother at the Falls, I talked to her in my alone time in Savannah. Being here, now, closes that chapter for me. I knew I would know if it wasn’t right the minute I stepped in here. My anxiety is gone.” She turns her head, so her chin touches her right shoulder. “I can breathe.” God she’s stunning. Inside and out. About Turn To Stone: I needed to repair the cracks in the foundation of my soul. Find the strength to overcome. I needed a new city. A new job. Something that would take me away from everything and everyone that chained me down in my past. He needed the same things as I did, but his nightmares were bleeding into everything he touched. He was living his dream by day, and haunted by his past at night. For the first time in my life, I wanted to leap head first into the unknown. And when I did, he caught me. We could be the key to tearing down the walls within ourselves. Together, our broken parts could finally be made whole.

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Ariana, a full time working mother of two children and one fur baby from Minnesota, took charge of her dream and published her first novel in 2018. As a figure skater, lover of sports, television, all things 80s, and music, she is an eclectic soul with a zest for travel and history. She is a firm believer in following your heart and in knowing that without a doubt, passion is never a bad thing.

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Monday, May 6, 2019

Excerpt Reveal: KING OF RUIN by May Sage!

Today we have an excerpt reveal for May Sage’s KING OF RUIN! Check it out and be sure to grab your pre-order your copy today!

Title: King of Ruin

Author: May Sage

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Release Date: June 6th

About King of Ruin

They say the fae used to take the most beautiful maidens and make them their brides. They lied. What they do with them is much worse.   After the seven lords of Sidhe are massacred in one day, the thrones of the fae realm pass down to their heirs. The Iron Circle remains leaderless, as its true lord lives in another world. The nobles of the realm will find the heir, and they will destroy him. Or her.   West, in the Silver Circle, a new lord has taken the throne. A warrior who never hesitates to crush ants for the good of the world. A man whose rule will change the fate of their realms.   Melpomene has never known where she came from, and after centuries, she’s stopped caring. Until the fae take her, dragging her to a land where bloodlines and power is everything. To survive, she needs to embrace the monster buried inside.

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There was a young boy among the prisoners. Younger than Dreron, by far. A teenager. He was trembling like a leaf. Whatever Alrik had planned, the boy would not last a minute. "You may claim whatever weapon you may steal or exhort from any of us. Spill the blood of your peers, fertilize our forest with their remains. The last three standing will have earned their freedom." The bloodbath started. None of the darklings hesitated, begging for swords that the Ironers were more than happy to provide, eager to see them murder each other. Some among the prisoners were prey, and others, hunters. The boy Caim had noticed, because of his youth, fell in the first lot. The smell of blood and the clash of blade against blade awoke something dark inside him, making him want to join in. This was what they were: wildness. But the boy wasn't fair game. Destroying youth was where he drew the line. His eyes followed his progression. He would not enjoy seeing him die, but if he spoke up against it now, he would be undermining the authority of a lord of Iron, one likely to become regent, on their land. The boy stumbled over his feet, missing a blade by an inch. He crawled away, hands around his head, crying, trying to get out of the massacre. He hit a bare leg. Caim lifted his gaze to the would-be murderer of the child. It was a woman, and she had no weapon in hand. Caim watched her bend over, extending her hand to the boy, whose eyes widened. He took it, carefully. She pulled him up to his feet. The woman was emaciated, with dark circles under her eyes. Yet, she was beautiful. Striking. Memorable. Among a crowd of fae ladies in silks, she stood out in her rags. Her golden skin and dark hair. Her eyes. Her voice. It was but a whisper. "I warned you I could not protect you," she told the boy, letting go of his hand. "So stay close." That she'd survived five minutes without any weapon had surprised him. Now, it didn't. Tired and spent as she was, her every move was fluid and precise. A Gaian darkling came from the side with a blade; she tilted her pelvis forward, and the blade hit air. She reached for the attacker's hand and pushed it back into his skull, all the while avoiding another hit on her left shoulder. Water. She moved like water. If she'd had a sword in hand, Caim knew she could have made short work of all the prisoners, and most of the lords, no doubt. But she seemed content to let them murder each other, simply defending herself—and the boy holding on to her like the lifeline she was.  

About May Sage:

May Sage is a USA Today Bestselling romance writer dabbling in different genres, although the readers who follow every series know they’re all related. When she isn’t writing, she spends her time with her German Shepherd, her two Savannahs, and her black rescue cat, in England. She loves reading, ballet, running, and cake. Mostly, cake. Follow her on Facebook or join her newsletter for the latest update.  

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