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text 2018-09-07 14:01
Cover Reveal #3 - Fireworks




by Sarina Bowen


Skye Copeland is on paid leave from her broadcasting job after accidentally drawing a wiener on the traffic map.


Let that sink in. Like it’s her fault the traffic pattern created a perfect schlong? 


Skye isn’t laughing. She needs this job. And that’s the only reason she’s willing to chase down a story in her least favorite place—that hell on earth known as Vermont.


A quick trip. In and out. Much like - never mind. She can sneak into the town that once tried to break her, get the story and slide back into the good graces of her producer. Easy peasy.


But things go sideways the moment she steps over the county line. Her stepsister is running from a violent drug dealer. And the cop on the case is none other than Benito Rossi, the man who broke Skye’s teenage heart.


His dark brown eyes still tear her apart. And even as she steels herself to finally tell him off after twelve years, the old fireworks are still there.


Things are about to go boom.



FIREWORKS is up for pre-order at:


⭐ Amazon: http://geni.us/AmazonFireworks 

⭐ iBooks: http://geni.us/AppleFireworks 

⭐ Kobo: http://geni.us/KoboFireworks 

⭐ B&N: http://geni.us/BNFireworks 




Can we also mention that: 




Don’t forget the first book in the series is free! While you're waiting, pick up Bittersweet at:


Amazon: http://geni.us/BsAmazon 

iBooks: http://geni.us/BsIbooks 

B&N: http://geni.us/bsbreach 

Kobo: http://geni.us/bskreach 

Google: http://geni.us/bsgreach 



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review 2013-02-25 22:33
Life on Air: Memoirs of a Broadcaster
Life on Air: Memoirs of a Broadcaster - David Attenborough I enjoyed this book and it was very well written, making it hard to put down. Quite simply, lots of interesting things have happened to him. It was interesting to read about making friends with baby orangutans, meeting tribal people and handling horrible insects. The book had a good structure, with chapters about his journeys/adventures alternated with chapters about broadcasting (David was once controller of BBC2).It was also interesting to track the changing views towards animals and conservation/zoos. When he was making his first shows in the 1950s, it was common that the aim was simply to capture as many animals as possible and bring them back to the studio without worrying too much about their well-being or the environment they were taking them from. But as the book progressed, David became more and more interested in conservation and captivity.As I was expecting, it wasn't really a personal biography. Don't expect details about his love life or blazing arguments. Normally that irritates me a little bit in a biography, but he had so many interesting things to write about that I didn't really notice until I had finished the book.
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