Monday, March 30, 2015

LOVE REFOCUSED by Nancy Corrigan

Book Name: Love Refocused

Series: Sander's Valley #2

Author's Name: Nancy Corrigan

Genre: M/F- Contemporary

Main Characters: Wyn and Iona

Release Date: February 17, 2015

Book Provided by: ARC by author

Reviewed by: Wendy

My Rating: 4 Stars

Blurb: Wyn Sander is surprised when his brother Kyle asks him to be best man at his wedding. Wyn’s even more shocked to learn the woman who later walks into his garage is Ronnie’s half-sister, Iona. He’s instantly attracted to her. She’s sophisticated, beautiful, and confident. At least she is until Wyn stands up. She flinches and a look of terror passes over her face. It bothers him to see. Luckily, desire replaces it, but it doesn’t stop Wyn’s curiosity. For the first time in his life, he wants to find out what made Iona fearful and fix it.
Iona can’t believe her luck. The man she lusts after is her new sister’s soon to be brother-in-law. The kiss they share shatters her, but her attempt to stop any involvement with him ends up with her agreeing to three dates. She decides Wyn is unlike any man she’s ever known, and it’s unfortunate she can’t enjoy him. She isn’t in the market for a boyfriend. All she wants is sex. The only problem is—she doesn’t think Wyn sees things her way.

Review: The second book in Nancy Corrigan's Sander's Valley series is about Wyn, Kyle's brother (book 1) and Iona, Ronnie's half sister (book 1). Iona is in town for a wedding and she comes across Wyn when her used car breaks down. Wyn can't believe his luck when this beautiful woman walks into his shop. Being the playboy that he is, he sets his sights head on for Iona. Both thinking they are going to have nothing but a month long fling before the coming wedding, things heat up between the two of them quickly. When Iona's ex-finance comes back into the picture she thinks she can handle the danger on her own. What both considered a fling might turn out to be just what both their hearts needed most. 

Friday, March 27, 2015

Love Repeated by Nancy Corrigan @Nancy_Corrigan

Book Name: Love Repeated

Series: Sander's Valley #1

Author's Name: Nancy Corrigan

Genre: M/F- Contemporary Romance

Main Characters: Kyle and Ronnie

Release Date: November 25, 2014

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Reviewed by: Wendy

My Rating: 4 stars

Blurb: Young lovers, Kyle and Ronnie, had the world ahead of them at seventeen. Stubbornness, misunderstanding and a mother’s influence forced them to forge their own paths. A decade later, neither can find love.
Ronnie always thought it was easier to move on than deal with the pain and hurt of past mistakes. She made plenty of them, but so did Kyle and her parents. Kyle knows the moment he touches Ronnie that he still loves her. He won’t repeat the past and let her leave him a second time.

It takes a tragedy and a secret to reunite them, but their passion returns in a rush along with regret and guilt. To have love, they’ll have to overcome their issues—before her mother’s sin takes Ronnie away, once and for all.

Review: Can you find your true love at seventeen years old? Kyle certainly thought Ronnie was his one and only until she left him to go off to college. Coming from two different worlds never stopped Kyle and Ronnie from loving each other but it did cause them to split up. Ten years later Ronnie is back in Sander's Valley and Kyle will not let her leave him for a second time. Ronnie never wanted to leave Sander's Valley but she also wanted to make more out of her life than being a small town wife. 

Love Repeated is a great start to what looks like is going to be a great series about small town love and sexy couples. 

Thursday, March 26, 2015

A TIME APART by Rebecca N. Caudill Tour & Giveaway

A Time Apart
Macauley Series
Book One
Rebecca N. Caudill

Genre: Paranormal Romance , Vampire
Date of Publication: February 8, 2015
ISBN: 978-1508482666
Number of pages: 211 (estimated)
Word Count: 71,020
Cover Artist: Rebecca N. Caudill

Book Description:
A love story that traverses the confines of time, life, and death, uniting two passionate souls from different worlds and ages …
Olivia Donnelly has spent her whole life obsessing about how she will die. When tragedy strikes, reality comes crashing down and she’s forced to confront her fears head on. Hoping that a move across the globe will help her to cope with a devastating loss, she arrives in Ireland a broken down shell of a woman looking for a second chance at life.
Almost immediately Olivia is drawn to places she’s never been, and to a man that she’s never met. When she crosses paths with the mysterious and frustratingly private William Macauley, her life is thrown into turmoil unlike any she has ever known. The two couldn’t be more different – she’s human, he’s a vampire – but Olivia can’t get him out of her mind. Having acknowledged her overwhelming desire for William, now she must come to terms with how her feelings for him will greatly alter her future.
Olivia’s understanding of life – and death – take on new meaning as she examines the truth of the person she once was, the woman she was born to be, and how William is the key to her everlasting happiness.

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Sample from Chapter 1
“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome aboard Flight 716 with service from San Francisco to Dublin. We ask that you please fasten your seat belts and secure all baggage beneath the seat in front of you or in the overhead compartments. At this time, please turn all personal electronic devices to airplane mode so that they cannot transmit a signal. As you know, smoking is prohibited for the duration of our journey to Dublin, and that includes in the lavatories. Thank you for choosing Aer Lingus. Enjoy your flight.”
It was usually at this point in any flight where Olivia’s real panic kicked in. Shortly – terrifyingly – the plane would be airborne with nothing but land and sea below. While she knew statistically that airplanes were safer than cars, she’d never known anyone – let alone two anyones – who had been killed, their bodies never recovered, from a freak accident on the freeway. Not to say that it didn’t happen everyday; she just didn’t know anyone that it had happened to.
To distract her mind, she listened to the crew outline the plane’s safety procedures and then the Captain’s welcome, including the weather forecast for Dublin – rainy and brisk, how shocking. Sipping the champagne the flight attendant had offered her when she boarded, Olivia felt the combination of the Valium and the alcohol take over her body, but not quite enough that she gave up the death grip she had on the arm rests. As she felt the tell tale tingle of the Valium working its magic, she thought – not for the first time – that maybe someday a plane crash wouldn’t be the worst thing to happen to her. Maybe someday she’d just never wake up from the self-induced drug and alcohol fueled nothingness she needed just to fly. 
Who am I kidding?
Sadly, more and more frequently it wasn’t just plane rides that had her mixing booze and pills. Most days she wrapped herself in a hazy blur of alcohol like a security blanket, protecting her in a cocoon of mental fuzziness.
Olivia felt her pulse beginning to race and her breathing accelerate, and she made a conscious effort not to panic, not to look over at Judgy lest the woman start advocating for professional psychiatric help. It wouldn’t have been the first time some well-meaning motherly type had tried to get Olivia into therapy. She stole a quick glance in Judgy’s direction only to find that she was already engrossed in her novel, Olivia’s neurosis and emotional paralysis the least of her concerns.
Not too long after she had fought back the near panic attack, the whirring of the engines lulled Olivia into a stupor that soon resulted in a fitful sleep. For the next ten hours she didn’t exactly fall into a deep slumber, but she wasn’t fully awake either. Her mind seemed to float between a dreaming and wakeful state, and she felt strangely separated from her body. She’d see snippets of things in her head but wasn’t sure if the images were of events or instances that she was remembering, things she was imagining, or scenarios she was concocting to be used in her novel. 
And then Olivia saw, quite clearly, the face of a man she had never met and yet she felt like she had known him all of her life – blue eyes, sharp and unnaturally piercing as if he could see deep into her soul. She saw a field of green that stretched far and wide, rolling hills dotted with sheep and lined with stacked stone walls. She saw herself as a child chasing a puppy larger than she was down by a river while laughing that high-pitched squeal that only a child can make as the dog raced back toward her covered in mud and dripping with water. And then that image changed as quickly as it came and she saw her mother as a young woman, happy and carefree, in love with a man who was not Gerald Donnelly.
And as she always did when in one of her fitful states of sleep, Olivia saw all the ways she could die – car accident; mugging gone horribly wrong after having put up a brave fight; her house on fire, the flames licking at her feet as she tried to run; her body weak and broken as it was ravished by cancer; or her heart slowly stopping as she lay in her bed, blind from old age and hunched with the rigors of time.
And in these dreams she was ready for it – any of it – almost welcoming the vast blackness that would follow whatever her death would be.
And then she saw that face again – the man she didn’t know but felt so deeply that she should. He whispered her name, longingly, “Olivia.”

About the Author:
Rebecca Caudill read her first novel when she was just four years old and has been hooked on books ever since. When she wasn't writing her own stories, she was sneaking copies of her mom's paperbacks to read late into the night.
Fast forward several years later and Rebecca graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Journalism and a minor in English Lit, which gave her new insight into the written word. Following college, Rebecca embarked on a career in tech PR in the famed Silicon Valley, which eventually led to her leading Global R&D communications for a Fortune 500 company that everyone knows by name. Finally, after more than a decade of writing words ascribed to other people, in December 2014 she quit her job to pursue writing full time.
Today Rebecca lives with her husband and beautiful-but-neurotic cat in Oakland, California. When not creating fictional worlds inhabited by strong women, rakes, rogues, and dashing heroes, she is planning her next vacation, trying out new recipes, or drinking Islay scotch.
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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Dark Becoming by J.D. Brown

Book Name: Dark Becoming

Series: An Ema Marx Novel #3

Author's Name: J.D. Brown

Genre: F/M- Paranormal

Main Characters: Ema and Jesu

Release Date: February 24, 2015

Book Provided by: ARC by author

Reviewed by: LT

My Rating: 4 Stars

Blurb: Ema Marx is in a race against time. Or rather, a race against Apollyon. A powerful weapon—the legendary philosopher’s stone—could tip the scale in favor of whoever gets their fangs on it first. For Ema, obtaining the stone is an uphill battle through love, alliance, heartbreak, and loyalty. Winning should mean the beginning of beautiful things, but the closer Ema gets to her destiny, the more uncertain her future becomes. Could it be this war was never meant for her? And why the heck doesn’t morning sickness adhere to rules of its own name?

Review: Ema is torn, in love with one brother, Jesu, pregnant by the other brother and going to war against their father. Being a new vamprye hasn't made her life easier. Forced to maybe face the fact that she is not the girl the man she loves has been looking for (for hundreds of years), scares her more than realizing she is pregnant from being raped while being held prisoner. Now Ema must do any and everything to keep her child and the other people she loves safe. She enlists the help of a Giant King to help her kill her enemies before they get to her. All she has to do in return is sign her life away as an Elite solider in the Giant Kings Army.
Jesu loves Ema, something he didn't think was possible after his mother and sire commanded him to find and protect the girl from his visions. He first believed Ema was that girl, but too many differences between the two has made him doubt the visions are about Ema. But he still loves her and will do anything to protect her, but will that all end when the Real girl shows up?

EARLY TO RISE by V.L. Locey Blog Tour and Giveaway

Author Name: V. L. Locey
Book Name: Early to Rise

Release Date: April 1, 2015

Pages or Words: 112 pages
Categories: Erotica, Gay Fiction, Humor, Romance

Publisher: Torquere Press
Cover Artist: Brandon Clay

Blurb: There are few things worse than being left at the altar by the man you thought loved you. Just ask Simon Wilder. He knows all about it. He also knows a thing or two about getting fired. It`s been a rotten week for Simon and making major life decisions during such turmoil may not be the wisest thing Simon has ever done. Or is it?
Packing up his clothes, his collection of Tony Orlando CD`s, and his cat, Sambuca, Simon leaves the hustle and bustle of Philadelphia behind and heads out to live on his uncle Tiberius` farm in the mountains of Pennsylvania. Starting over on the farm where he vacationed once as a child is a going to be just what the doctor ordered, as long as that doctor is the good-looking large animal veterinarian, Gentry Martin. Is a sexy country vet the cure for a love-sick city boy?

"Welcome to Elderberry Grove. You passing through?" He offered his hand and I shook it. Then I reluctantly released his hand and busied myself with putting my watch back on.
"No, actually I'm going to be moving into--"
A sharp blast on a horn cut me off. Handsome-As-Hell and I both whipped around to find a huge white pig tooting the horn of the old blue Chevy pickup parked beside my Captiva. My mouth literally dropped open.
"Shit. I forgot how she gets when her coffee is late. Nice meeting you!" the man who saved my life grinned. Good thing I had my vehicle behind me or I would have melted like an ice cream cone in August at his flashing white teeth.
Dumbstruck, I watched the man grab a takeout container holding two large cups of coffee off my hood then run to the porker resting her cloven hooves on the steering wheel.
With a grin and a wave, he and his swine friend rattled off down the two-lane in the direction of Elderberry Grove's booming downtown section. I closed my mouth.
"I get the feeling we're not in Port Richmond anymore," I muttered, eyes glued to the departing blue tailgate. Sambuca hissed at me in reply.

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About the author:
V.L. Locey loves worn jeans, belly laughs, reading and writing lusty tales, Greek mythology, the New York Rangers, comic books, and coffee. (Not necessarily in that order.) She shares her life with her husband, her daughter, one dog, two cats, a flock of assorted goofy domestic fowl, and three steers.
When not writing spicy romances, she enjoys spending her day with her menagerie in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania with a cup of fresh java in hand. She can also be found online on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, tsĂș, and GoodReads.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Jacqueline Rhoades' WOLVER'S RESCUE Guest Post/Spotlight & Giveaway!

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Jacqueline Rhoades

6 Ways to Make Your Characters Believable

All my ideas for stories begin with people, not characters. People. They are as real to me as my next door neighbor and nothing makes me prouder than to have a reader say “I felt like I knew these people.” You know them, too. You don’t have to copy an entire persona, but you can borrow bits and pieces from the world around you and create a fictional someone who feels real. Here are a few things I’ve learned about writing realistic characters.
1.     Listen. Listen to the people around you. How do you know it’s Jane on the phone and not Sally? Does your Great Aunt Edna sound the same as the fifteen year old who lives next door? Of course not. It’s not only sound that distinguishes our voices from each other. It’s the patterns of speech, the choice of words and how we use them. The teenager who lives in the Bronx won’t sound a bit like his counterpart in San Diego, nor does someone born and raised in Minnesota sound like someone from Alabama. 
Eavesdrop on conversations. Listen to parents talk to their children and children talking to each other. Women don’t talk like men and men don’t talk like boys and while we may write in complete sentences, we rarely speak in them. If it’s between the quotes, it doesn’t have to be grammatically correct and if it is, your characters will sound, well, like characters rather than people. That’s not to say you can’t have a character who speaks that way, but that should be a distinguishing feature of that character alone. 
We also don’t stare at each other as we speak. We drink coffee, wipe the counter, flip through a magazine, play with the straw wrapper. Get the picture? Don’t let your characters converse in a vacuum. 
2.     Watch. Real people chew on their nails, tap their toes, twirl their hair when they’re nervous, crack their knuckles or snort when they laugh. What about the woman who lifts her chin and dramatically blows a stream of smoke out into the room? The guy who sucks in his gut every time a pretty girl walks by? These mannerisms are part of who we are. You’re characters should have them, too. 
If you’re unfamiliar with the term ‘body language’, do a little research. The way we hold our bodies, cross our legs, sit in chairs or move our eyes tells a lot about how we feel. 
3.     Express emotion without words. My kids will tell you that as long as I’m yelling, you’re safe. It’s when I stop yelling and get stonily quiet that you’re in big trouble. Don’t tell, show. You’re heroine might tell the hero she can’t have children, but when her body goes still and her eyes mist at the sight of kids on the playground, you’ve told the reader how much that hurts. When that tough guy helps an old lady with her groceries, we know he’s not so tough. It’s the little things people do that tell us who they are. 
4.     Save some of it for later. Did you ever sit next to a stranger at a party who promptly tells you their life story with emphasis on the bad parts? Do you groan inwardly and look for an excuse to move away? You’re characters begin as strangers to your readers. She may be recently divorced, but don’t reveal her every hurt and fear immediately. Let the reader get to know her first. That badass biker? Give the reader time before you reveal he’s the father of two pretty cool teenagers. Reveal the mysteries of your characters the same way you should reveal yourself – a little at a time. 
5.      Reveal Imperfections. Nobody’s perfect and let’s be honest; the closer someone comes to perfection, the less we like them. Maybe your heroine can’t cook. Maybe she looks perfect, but on the way to the dinner party of the century, she realizes she’s wearing two different shoes. Give the reader to say, ‘Oh yeah, I get it. Been there done that.’ Maybe your hero has a teenaged daughter he has no clue how to deal with. Or maybe that seemingly perfect hero has no idea how to change the tire on his expensive car. Too perfect can be boring and flaws can be endearing. 
6.     Don’t overdo it. Once these speech patterns or mannerisms or character flaws are revealed, don’t hammer them to death. She doesn’t have to chew her thumb every time she speaks. He doesn’t have to stop at every corner to help the blind man cross the street. She doesn’t have to say “Really?” every time someone does something she thinks is foolish, unless of course, you want her to be annoying. In real life, we notice little character quirks at first and then they fade into part of the background. Writing should be the same.

Wolver's Rescue
By Jacqueline Rhoades
The Sometimes it’s not the wolves that pose the danger...
There’s a downside to living in a secret society. Someone has to ensure it remains that way. ‘Bull’ Bulworth is that someone. His current assignment: track a young man who has an unrecognized wolf inside him and eliminate the problem before the truth about Wolvers is exposed to the human world. It’s a simple and straightforward assignment until he meets a woman who makes him think crazy might be contagious.
In her own words, Tommie Bane is nuttier than a pecan tree. There’s a voice in her head telling her she is something other than human, and a creature she swears is running around inside her body. Just when she’s at the lowest point in her weird and nutty life, she meets a man who tells her it’s all real. Should she listen to the voice of reason or to the voice in her head that keeps shouting “Mate”?
What do you have to lose when you’ve already lost your mind? For Tommie, it could be her life.

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His kiss surprised her with its gentleness. He touched his lips to hers and withdrew, touched and withdrew, attending to the corners of her mouth with tantalizing delicacy before sucking tenderly at her bottom lip. Her initial tenseness left her and she followed his lead, teasing and enticing his mouth with hers.
He pulled her closer. Their hands still entwined, crushed against his chest. Her body swayed with his to the music of the forest surrounding them. She floated in his arms, secure in their strength. Her feet followed the movement of his as if they’d partnered in this woodland ballroom many times before. She laughed softly and he chuckled in response when he gently pushed her away and twirled her under their joined hands.

This time when he drew her into his embrace, his kiss had more urgency to it. She could feel his heart pounding against the hand held to his chest and her heart matched its beat. They drew apart and as they came back together, his hands slid over her back to her bottom and he lifted her. She knew what he wanted of her and she wrapped her legs around his waist, centering their apex over the bulge in his jeans. This placed her head above his and when he groaned with the pressure her locked ankles applied, Tommie kissed him.
There was no gentleness to it. Her hands gripped his shoulders and her mouth descended on his. There was a moment’s hesitation on his part and then he responded with all the aggression she’d first expected. One hand was left supporting her rear while the other gripped the hair at the back of her head and forced her mouth onto his. The fire of his hunger fed hers and the flames of desire engulfed them both. He snarled against her lips. She took his lower lip between her teeth and pulled. Tongues touched, licked and fought for control. Teeth clashed. Mouths devoured.
Tommie couldn’t get enough of him; the feel of him, the scent of him, the taste of him. He was hers. She kissed his eyes and felt the flutter of his lashes against her tongue. Her eyes, her lashes. She nuzzled him nose to nose, tasted his cheeks, felt the roughness of his day old beard against her chin, ran a line of sweet kisses across his brow. Her hands gripped the sides of his head, forcing his mouth back to hers. Her body trembled with excitement. Her breath came in hot, heavy pants.
Mine. Mine. Mine.

 Author's Bio: 
A New Englander by birth and an Ohioan by choice, Jacqueline, known as Jackie by her friends, makes her home in a small, rural town with one lovable husband, one spoiled dog and one disinterested cat. (The adjectives are often interchangeable). An avid reader from a very early age, Jackie has an eclectic taste for books and therefore has trouble naming a favorite genre or author, though she does admit that for pure personal fantasy and 'take-me-away' books, you just can't beat a good romance.
Jackie believes in the beauty of all women and thinks most women don't see themselves as they should (herself included). She tries to make the women in her books reflect the best of 'average' in a variety of shapes, sizes, personalities and backgrounds, and each is beautiful in her own way. Some of her heroes are movie star handsome, while others are not. All her characters are beautiful in the eyes of their lovers and that, to Jackie, is the most beautiful of all.

Monday, March 23, 2015

L.P. Dover's KYLE'S RETURN Cover Reveal !!

Kyle’s Return by L.P. Dover
(Gloves Off #5)

Publication date: June 1st 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Suspense

Synopsis: I promised myself I’d stay away from dangerous men, but I couldn’t live up to that when Kyle Andrews came back to town. He’s a manipulator, a guy who’ll do whatever it takes to get what he wants, sabotaging anyone who gets in the way. After a fatal fight left him wounded, his UFC career comes to a close. He has nothing, but he’s determined to get it all back.

My name is Megan. I’ve known violence, pain, and what it feels like to be scared to live another day. All of that changed the moment I refused to be a victim. Now that my psychotic ex, Alex, can’t find me, I’ve been given a second chance. I owe my life to my friends. The same goes for Kyle. Without him, I wouldn’t be able to feel.

Everyone hates him. But for the life of me I don’t. There’s something about him I can’t ignore. Being with Kyle makes me want it all. However, in loving a hated man, I didn’t know it’d bring the life I fled from back to haunt me. Everywhere I go danger lurks and bad things happen. Kyle believes it’s because of him, but I’m starting to think otherwise. I think Alex has found me, and if so, this time he’s not going to let me go.

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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, L.P. Dover, is a southern belle residing in North Carolina along with her husband and two beautiful girls. Before she even began her literary journey she worked in Periodontics enjoying the wonderment of dental surgeries.
Not only does she love to write, but she loves to play tennis, go on mountain hikes, white water rafting, and you can't forget the passion for singing. Her two number one fans expect a concert each and every night before bedtime and those songs usually consist of Christmas carols.
Aside from being a wife and mother, L.P. Dover has written over nine novels including her Forever Fae series, the Second Chances series, and her standalone novel, Love, Lies, and Deception. Her favorite genre to read is romantic suspense and she also loves writing it. However, if she had to choose a setting to live in it would have to be with her faeries in the Land of the Fae.

L.P. Dover is represented by Marisa Corvisiero of Corvisiero Literary Agency.
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Friday, March 20, 2015

SAVING SULTAN by Jennah Scott

Book Name: Saving Sultan

Series: Beyond Fairytales

Author's Name: Jennah Scott

Genre: M/M- Contemporary

Main Characters: Dillon and Liam

Release Date: December 5, 2014

Book Provided by: ARC by author

Reviewed by: Wendy

My Rating: 4 stars

Blurb: Dillon Sultan never imagined he might some day lose Sultan Ranch. He’s got one month to find the money needed to keep bank from taking his family’s land. One month to find a miracle.
Liam Callahan hasn’t talked to his best friend since the night they kissed six years ago. Now he’s got a chance to make things right and catch the man of his dreams. But first, he has to help Dillon figure out a way to keep Sultan Ranch.
But when Dillon’s family is betrayed, and he learns that Liam hasn’t been totally honest with him, will he lose everything that matters most?

Review: This quick read is fast paced and gets right into the story (but is missing a little back story). Dillon left his small hometown to get away from his best friend who he was in love with. Coming home to save his families ranch he turns to the one person he thought he would never ask for help from, Liam. Working at the local bank, Liam now is in the position to help Dillon, but will he? 

MC Chronicles the Diary of Bink Cummings Vol 3 and BIG by Bink Cummings' Cover Reveal

Title: MC Chronicles: The Diary of Bink Cummings Vol 3
Title: BIG (MC Chronicles #4)
Series: MC Chronicles
Author: Bink Cummings
Genre: MC Romance
Vol 3 Release Date: May 2014
BIG Release Date: Fall/Winter 2015

Must read: The Diary of Bink Cummings Vol 1 & 2 previously.

Tests, life is full of them. The world is constantly putting you through them to see how much you can take before you break. Before you are no longer who you are. Before your world dissolves around you. How long you can stay strong and overcome the obstacles.

It's no secret that Big and I butt heads. It's no secret that I not only dislike my mother, I hate her because she hates me. But can these people break me? Can they push me to the edge of insanity, ready to jump? 

Having stayed and moved in with Big, I was living the life I never even knew I wanted. Every day was filled with promise, warmth and unconditional love. Until the day, it wasn't. Until the day it all changed and I quickly learned what I'm made of, thanks to the truths behind many years of painful secrets. 

It only took a single day for my world to never be the same. One day to change me forever. One day for revelations. One day I'll never forget......

Steamy Adult romance
Warning: Contains Mature scenarios, and mass quantities of profanity. For Ages 18+

-This is not a Stand alone.

Author Bink Cummings was born and raised part of an MC family. Upon the incessant coercion from her sacred sisters, she has begun her newest journey in life--writing. When she's not shacked up in her home, writing at all hours of the night, Bink enjoys riding motorcycles, taking care of her extensive roughneck family, and cooking huge meals. Especially her infamous chocolate chip cookies.

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