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review 2017-04-24 07:05
Blog Tour w/Review - Falling For The Billionaire Wolf And His Baby
 
 

Falling for the Billionaire Wolf and His Baby

by Sasha Summers
Publication Date: April 24, 2017
Genres: Adult, Entangled: Covet, Paranormal, Romance

 

 
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About the book:

 

When Jessa Talbot’s boss offered her a promotion, she agreed—no questions asked. Her family needed the money, but fighting the attraction she feels for her brooding employer is tough. Worse, she instantly bonds with his infant son she’s caring for. But this is a temporary solution and she can’t get attached to either of them.

 

Finnegan Dean is cursed. He’s a nicely dressed monster, the wolf inside always looking for a way out. But there are two things he and his wolf agree on. They must protect baby Oscar and Jessa—his mate. While the wolf hungers to seal their bond, Finn fights the instinct. After all, if he really cares for her, he’d never doom her to the life he lives.

 

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Falling for the Billionaire Wolf and His BabyFalling for the Billionaire Wolf and His Baby by Sasha Summers My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Finnegan AKA Finn needs help in the worst way. He calls upon his employee who needs the money most. Jessa turns out to be a nice surprise. She is just what he needs. J

 

Jessa is shocked her boss needs her in any way. She has a lot to learn about Finnegan and what he is asking. There are secrets being kept by both of them. Maybe taking a chance can lead to so much more.

 

Really fast paced and enjoyable book. The sweet story and sexy times make this a keeper. Hoping to see these incredible characters in upcoming stories. The Blood Moon Brotherhood is full of hottie testosterone!

 

***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher, in exchange for an honest review only.

 

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About Sasha Summers:

 

Sasha is part gypsy. Her passions have always been storytelling, romance, history, and travel. Her first play was written for her Girl Scout troupe. She's been writing ever since. She loves getting lost in the worlds and characters she creates; even if she frequently forgets to run the dishwasher or wash socks when she's doing so. Luckily, her four brilliant children and hero-inspiring hubby are super understanding and supportive.

 

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1. What was your favorite book/series in your youth?
 
I love the Narnia series. And I read everything I could that included Greek Mythology. 
 
2. Do you ever make playlists for your books?
 
 I make playlists for all of my books. If I'm writing a series, I might just add on new stuff for the next books. Or I'll make a new list entirely for each book.
 
3. Do you write to music?
 
I always write to music.
 
4. What genre would you like to write that you have not had a chance to yet?
 
 Suspense. I've written in fantasy, sci-fi, contemporary, paranormal, and YA. I'd love to try a suspense or mystery.
 
5. Will you share with us something about yourself that no one else knows?
 
I'm addicted to Chris Hemsworth. Wait, everyone knows that... I've never had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
 
6. There is a real demand for shape-shifter books. (and... we thank you) What made you decide to write one?
 
I think werewolves are delightfully sexy and primal. I really enjoyed tapping into that - with Finn and the next books.
 
7. You write about very powerful characters. Do you feel like they demand to have their story written?
 
Yes. Absolutely. I can argue with them all I want - they always win. ;)
 
8. What do you want us to take away from your story?
 
I'm a romantic at heart. Big time. I believe love conquers all. That's what this series is about. Danger, life-and-death, risking it all - but love will triumph.
 
Thank you so much for having me. I'm so so glad you enjoyed Finn. Can't wait to hear what you think about the rest!
 
 - Sasha
 
 
 

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Author Of The Month - Lane Hayes - Grand Finale

Join us again today for our Grand Finale celebrations, with a look at Leaning Into You, PLUS the exclusive cover reveal for the upcoming 2nd book in this series, Leaning Into The Fall, and excerpts from both books! We also have our Author Q&A, and one more chance to win one of Lane's books. 

 

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review 2017-02-15 07:05
Virtual Tour w/Review - Not In My Wildest Dreams
 
 
It really sucks to be in love with someone 
who sees you as nothing more than a friend. 
 
 
 
NOT IN MY WILDEST DREAMS
McKenna Series #2
Jamie Hollins
Releasing Feb 7th, 2017
 


It really sucks to be in love with someone who sees you as nothing more than a friend. Darcy Owens knows this from personal experience. From the moment she met Sean McKenna as a wary ten-year-old, he’s owned her heart. So when he asks for her help with an important construction project, she can’t say no.

Building a boutique hotel on Boston’s waterfront is a career-making opportunity, and Sean needs Darcy’s interior design expertise. She’s incredibly talented, and there is no one he trusts more. He knows he can always count on his childhood friend, but doesn’t know why he’s thinking about her tight skirts and blue eyes instead of tight deadlines and blueprints.

When Sean and Darcy’s excitement about their work turns into an entirely different kind of excitement, it’s a sexy surprise. But they soon realize that building a new relationship is more challenging than building a new hotel, especially when life-long habits and old insecurities create cracks in the foundation.


 
 
 
 

Sean had never noticed the cobweb in the corner of his living room before. The thin and delicate web shifted slightly as the evening breeze wafted in from the open window.

 

Back and forth it moved. Back and forth.

 

 

He looked down at his watch for the thousandth time. Half past eight. They were supposed to meet Ewan and Quinn a half hour ago.

 

 

Darcy! What’s the holdup?” he yelled. “Did you fall asleep up there or something?”

 

 

He heard some rustling and drawers shutting before she yelled back, “I’m almost done!”

 

 

With a sigh, he let his head fall back against the chair. Women were notorious for taking forever to get ready. He’d dated a couple of women who would take forever to put on the finishing touches while he waited in their foyers or living rooms. He just never figured Darcy would be that type of woman.

 

 

Not that he minded. Not much about her bothered him, except when she made him all hot and bothered. But then again, he didn’t mind that either.

 

He’d gotten the impression earlier she was a little nervous about tonight. She’d asked a million questions about where they were going and who would be there. He didn’t know why she was nervous. They were meeting Ewan, Quinn, and some others who they’d been out with a million times since they were old enough to get into bars without fake IDs.

 

 

Whatever Darcy’s hang-up was, it was cutting into their night. They had to stay at the bar for a socially acceptable amount of time before they excused themselves so they could hurry home to the confines of his bedroom, where he planned to do all sorts of naughty things.

 

 

It had been two weeks since London, and he couldn’t get enough of her. She was to Sean what catnip was to cats.

 

 

Darcy was Sean-nip.

 

He twisted his lips at the clever quip and let his mind wander back to last weekend. He’d driven down to Providence the moment he had left the office on Friday. They hadn’t left her apartment until Sunday night to go to dinner. He’d driven back to Boston afterward and floated on some sort of sex high the rest of the week.

 

The moment she’d walked into his townhouse last night, he hadn’t even bothered with the polite “Hey there” or the casual “So, how was your drive?” He’d lifted her up by the waist and kissed her all the way out of the kitchen, up the stairs, down the hall, and into his bedroom. He hadn’t even cared that his roommates were home and saw the whole show.

 

He flexed his fingers against the upholstery on the armchair. Sex had never been this exciting. Sure, he’d looked forward to it before.

 

But being with Darcy was like walking around with a set of blue balls all the time. He ached at the thought of her smooth skin. He constantly thought about getting inside her, and then when he finally got there, he never wanted to leave. She was becoming less inhibited—more confident—and the sex just kept getting better.

 

Over the last two weeks, he’d wondered why that was. Why was she so irresistible to him when other women were so forgettable? Why did he find himself thinking of her all day long when he should have his mind on work?

 

If he and Darcy had started a relationship years ago, would it have been this good? Was Darcy some untapped sex siren who would have rocked some other guy’s world if he hadn’t gotten to her first?

 

Whenever such questions would arise, he’d dismiss them as quickly as he could. His mother always told him he was like an ostrich. Instead of facing issues or tough questions or challenges, he’d stick his head in the sand and wait until they’d passed him by.

 

He didn’t necessarily agree with his mother’s assessment. In fact, when it came to his mother’s advice, he usually let it go in one ear and out the other. She’d have him married with a whole brood of kids by now. That was definitely something he wasn’t ready for. At least at this point in his life. Maybe someday in the future. Way in the future.

 

He wasn’t running away from tough questions, he just didn’t think it was worth his time and effort to worry over something that wasn’t going to affect anything in the present or future.

 

Why ponder such things? They were together now, exploring each other and this thing they had going on. Why sit and think about the past when she was upstairs in his bedroom at this moment getting dressed in what he hoped included some hot lingerie?

 

He felt himself hardening and cursed. Maybe they should just skip the bar altogether. Tell everyone that he’d come down with a case of dengue fever or some shit like that.

 

He heard another drawer slam upstairs.

 

Seriously!” he exclaimed. “You must be sleeping ’cause I have no idea why else it’s taking you so long. I know I wore you out last night and all, but you drank all of your girlie latte plus half of my man coffee this afternoon. You can’t possibly be tired with all that caffeine.”

 

A laugh floated down the stairs. “I’m not sleeping, I’m getting ready! And stop flattering yourself, Sean. If anyone wore anyone out last night, it was me.”

 

Woman, please. I’ve been taking it easy on you since you’re just past virginal.”

 

Another laugh from upstairs. “What’s the next step then?”

 

Sean stood up and went to the bottom of the steps. “See, that just goes to show how not ready you are. You don’t even know what the next step is.”

 

He heard a zipper, then a light switch turned off. “Please, Mr. Sex Guru. Enlighten me.”

 

Sean leaned against the wall. “I can’t. It’s against guru policy to divulge the secrets of the next level of sexual satisfaction if you’re not ready. You gotta pass the test first.”

 

He heard footsteps and looked up to see Darcy finally coming downstairs. She wore a long-sleeved green dress and nude high heels. His eyes moved from the roundness of her breasts hidden underneath the dress down over her shapely hips and her exposed legs. She looked good enough to eat.

 

Darcy stopped on the last step, and her warm, familiar minty scent surrounded him. “What kind of test is it? Multiple choice? Short essay?”

 

He reached for her and pulled her snug against him, loving the way her breath hitched when he squeezed her ass.

 

Sean smiled before answering, “It’s an oral exam.”

 

 
Not in My Wildest Dreams (McKenna, #2)Not in My Wildest Dreams by Jamie Hollins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book #2, in the McKenna series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading the series in order.

Darcy has been in love with Sean for almost twenty years. They are best friends. She is getting to a breaking point where it is time to decide can she live with herself if she walks away?

Sean loves having such an amazing buddy. He has no idea how she feels about him. He just knows he never wants to live without her.

This series just gets better and better. I loved this story and the characters! They were so much fun to read. Lots of humor, and some really sexy moments between them. I cannot wait to see what the author will do next.


***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher, in exchange for an honest review.

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DON'T MISS ANY OF THE 
MCKENNA SERIES
 
 
 
 
 

Kitty's Book Spot!

Interview with Jamie Hollins:

 

I’m really excited to be here on Kitty’s Book Spot! Thanks for having me!

 

1. Do you write to music, or make music playlists for your stories?

 

I can’t write to music. I tried at first, but I found out quickly that I need peace and quiet when I write. Even my dog’s snoring, when he’s curled up next to my desk, is a distraction!

 

I do make playlists though. You can find the playlist for NOT IN MY WILDEST DREAMS on Spotify at - https://open.spotify.com/user/jhollinsauthor/playlist/7cmXShkTUuMze9AfpFdJp6

 

2. What got you started writing romance? (Got you interested in writing)

 

I’m an avid reader and I pretty much read anything I can get my hands on. I read a lot of literary fiction and historical fiction when I was younger, and I realized that my favorite part of every book I read was the romance element. So I started reading a lot of romance and paid attention to the way authors constructed their books, built their characters, and developed their conflicts. About the same time, Quinn and Ewan (from book one in the McKenna Series) started dancing through my mind and I decided I’d give writing a try. I signed up for an online writing class and I kept going from there!

 

3. What is the one genre you hope to one day write, if you haven't already?

 

I’m a huge fan of YA epic fantasy so I’d love to give that a try one day! One thing I can promise is that regardless of which genre I write, my stories will always have a romance element. And I’m pretty positive I could never write a book that didn’t have a happy ending.

 

4. Will you share with us something no one else knows about you?

 

Just like my heroine in NOT IN MY WILDEST DREAMS, I had a secret crush on a guy in high school. Now, you should know that I’m an outgoing person. I can walk into a room full of strangers and strike up a conversation without any issues. Yet whenever I got around this one guy, I would clam up. I couldn’t form an intelligent sentence. WTF! What was wrong with me? Why did I get tongue-tied around this guy?

 

For four years, I seriously crushed on this dude. Four years. It took my mother finally mentioning something to his mother (cringe!!!!) to bring the whole thing to a halt. He wasn’t into me. He thought of me as a friend.

It sucked at the time, but in the long run, it worked out. I’m happily married to my hubster. Thank God for unanswered prayers.

5. Have you ever been part of a fandom? (ie: been a follower/reader of really popular works? EX: Game Of Thrones, Harry Potter, Anne of Green Gables, etc?

 

I’m a loyal Outlander fan, both the books and the TV shows. Right now I’m into everything that Sarah J. Maas writes and I can’t get enough of her Throne of Glass series.

 

 
 
 
Jamie Hollins was born and raised in rural Northeast Ohio.  After graduate school, she embarked on a perilous career in Human Resources where she met plenty of real life characters.  When she’s not writing or chasing after her toddler, she enjoys reading and golfing.  Jamie lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, son, and their dog, Winston.

 
 
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Author Of The Month - RJ Scott - Grand Finale

Join us once again for our celebrations in honor of the fabulous RJ Scott, with a look at the Montana series, with excerpts, our author Q&A, and one more chance to win!

 

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review 2017-01-25 07:05
Blog Tour w/Review - This Piece Of My Soul
  
 
They believe love conquers all. Until it doesn't.
 
 
 
THIS PIECE OF MY SOUL
Clearing the Ice #2
Robyn M. Ryan
Releasing Jan 24th, 2017
 

 

They believe love conquers all.
 
One of pro-hockey’s golden couples, Andrew and Caryn Chadwick live in the limelight reserved for elite professional athletes. On their second anniversary, Andrew receives an unexpected contract offer to join the Tampa Suns. As they look forward to a new adventure, neither foresees an event that challenges their love and threatens their marriage.
 
Until it doesn’t. 
 
A sudden and senseless accident threatens Andrew’s life and inexplicably drives a wedge between the couple. Shattered by the incident, paralyzed by fear that it could happen again, Caryn finds herself at odds with her husband and unable to provide the support he needs—at the time he is most vulnerable.
 
As their perfect world crumbles, each makes choices that take Andrew and Caryn further apart. 
 
Distrust, fears, and secrets construct walls. This Piece of My Soul follows the joint and separate paths the couple navigate as each hopes to rediscover the love that can conquer all.
 
Although This Piece of My Soul is the second book in the Clearing the Ice Series, it can be read as a standalone novel.
 


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Andrew gathered Caryn close to his side when they stepped inside the elevator and pressed the button to his floor. Caryn squeezed his hand during the brief ride. Once inside his room, he sank gratefully onto a chair and absently rubbed the back of his head.

 

Can I get you anything? Are you allowed an evening beer?” Caryn offered.

 

Did Tom bring any wine over?” 

 

I think so.”

 

Good, why don’t you get a bottle and a glass? We can share and stay within doctor’s orders.”

 

He watched as Caryn retrieved a bottle from the small refrigerator and opened the drawer looking for a corkscrew. She looked over her shoulder to flash a smile. “Sorry, no wine glasses.”

 

No problem.” He couldn’t take his eyes off her. Even in shorts and a slightly sweaty Suns T-shirt, she sparked a familiar fire in his body. His hands itched to free the golden hair from its low ponytail and run his fingers though it. Her familiar citrus scent stirred intense memories of showers they’d shared and he longed to skim his lips across her skin. She leaned to brush her lips against his before she perched on the arm of his chair. Her sparkling amber eyes issued an invitation that matched his thoughts as she handed him the bottle and corkscrew.

 

Don’t want to risk it?” he teased.

 

Only have the one bottle. You’re the expert.”

 

He opened the bottle and poured a small amount of wine into the glass she held. Putting his arm around her, his eyes held hers captive. “To our love.”

 

Our love,” Caryn whispered, her voice suddenly choked. She sipped the wine, her eyes never leaving Andrew’s, then handed the glass to him. He set it, the wine bottle and corkscrew on the table, and then he closed his arms around her, drawing her onto his lap as his lips sought hers.

 

Cary, I love you so much.” The rising tide of emotion swept them into a sea where wave after wave of love and desire crashed over them. After an eternity, Andrew pulled back slightly, smiling softly when he saw Caryn’s flushed cheeks. She reached to tenderly stroke the hair on the side of his head.

 

I love you, Drew. More than you’ll ever know.” Her voice was a hoarse whisper. She shook her head as her eyes filled with tears. “I was so afraid I’d lose you.”

 

He caught her hand and pressed her palm against his lips. “Never.” As his fingers played with the edge of her T-shirt, Caryn’s hands gripped his shoulders tightly. He captured her gasp of pleasure with his mouth, and closed his mind to everything except the onrushing waves of desire that continued to crash around them. She murmured a protest when he pulled back slightly, but Andrew didn’t speak. He caught her eyes, almost dark brown with desire and nodded his head toward the bedroom. Caryn smiled in understanding as she stepped from his lap and held out her hand.

 

 
 
 

This Piece of My Soul, Tampa Suns Hockey (Clearing the Ice, #2)This Piece of My Soul, Tampa Suns Hockey by Robyn M. Ryan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the 2nd book in the Clearing The Ice series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. Since it is a series that continues, it is advised to read this series in order.

Andrew and Caryn's story continues in this new installment. Everything hits the fan when Andrew is hurt and it throws their life into chaos. They find out who their real friends and family are that come to help.

Caryn knows she does not want to live without Andrew. He is just such a big part of her life. When tragedy strikes, she learns who to trust and who to ignore.

This book was full of emotions for me. I felt the roller coaster ride that she was on. I sure hope to read the next installment as this series is just amazing.


***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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Kitty's Book Spot! Interview w/Author, Robyn M. Ryan:

 

 

  1. 1. Do you listen to music while you write?

 

I don’t listen while I’m writing, but I do listen to music when I’m developing a storyline in my mind.

 

2. Do you ever make playlists (music) for your books?

 

Yes. While in Paris, we discovered a French-Canadien singer, Garou. His music is not available on iTunes in the US, so I bought every CD from either France or Canada. We also saw him in concert during the Montreal International Jazz Festival. He’s a mega-star everywhere but the US—Some songs are in French and others English. His music comprises the playlist for the Clearing the Ice Series—This Piece of My Heart and This Piece of My Soul. (He’s also quite sexy—just an added bonus!)

 

This playlist includes both French and English songs (most can be found on YouTube): 

 

Seul

Sous le Vent (with Celine Dion)

Belle

Burning

Back For More

Take a Piece of My Soul

Beautiful Regret

Nothing Else Matters

L'adieu

Coming Home

Je voudrais voir New-York

 

For those who are interested most can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IN6VKQ7am4c&list=PLF438B4081933D1EF

 

3. What was your favorite book as a child/adolescent?

 

I devoured the Little House on the Prairie series when I was 8-9. I could not wait to go to the library each week to get the next book in the series.

 

4. What is your favorite sport?

 

Hockey! Atlanta has had two NHL franchises move away, so my favorite team now is the New York Rangers. (Figured they are not going anywhere!) If I win the lottery, I’ll buy a team and ensure it stays in Atlanta!

 

5. What is it you hope your readers will take away from your book?

A few hours of enjoyment and escape from the day-to-day…And of course, eagerly anticipate the next book in the series!

 

6. We love getting to know you! Will you share something with us you have not told anyone yet?

 

Sex scenes are the most difficult to write. Twelve years’ Catholic education may play a role in this. To this day, I don’t wear patent leather shoes. Thus, my books leave” specifics” to the reader’s imagination.

 


 
By the time she was an eight-year-old tomboy growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, Robyn M. Ryan definitely knew what she wanted to do when she grew up—play major league baseball or write. She wrote throughout elementary and high school, first composing novels featuring favorite TV and music personalities, and then venturing into sports writing.
 
Attending UGA’s journalism school launched her career in public relations, which included an internship with the Atlanta Flames NHL hockey team. With the encouragement of a writers group on twitter—WritersThatChat—This Piece of My Heart, a hockey romance, and the first book in Robyn’s series Clearing the Ice was published May 2016. The second book in the series, This Piece of My Soul, introduces the Tampa Suns professional hockey team.
 
Besides writing, Robyn’s passions include following the New York Rangers, NASCAR, and the Atlanta Braves; splitting time between homes in Atlanta and Palm Coast, and visiting Paris as often as possible. Two brilliant Westies rule both homes.
 
As do many writers, Robyn chooses to write using a pseudonym—hers is a combination of her sons’ names, a contribution from her youngest nephew.


 
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